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New Trailer For Zombie Indie Flick The Battery

In Movies by Bub Smith0 Comments

Indie zombie flicks are a dime a dozen now-a-days. With zombies all the rage (that’s right it’s 1940s…) it’s expected to flood the market. For the most part these movies are uninspired cash grabs and have nothing to really offer. But for every 50 crappy one it seemed we get a pretty rad one. A zombie flick that turns the …

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V/H/S/2 Teaser and Images

In Movies by Bryan Rask0 Comments

V/H/S/2, originally titled S-VHS, will be released on demand June 6, and given a limited theatrical run July 12 thanks to Magnolia Pictures.  The film has already played in various festivals such as Sundance and SXSW and received great reviews.  V/H/S/2 has segments directed by Simon Barrett, Adam Wingard, Edúardo Sanchez, Gregg Hale, Timo Tjahjanto, Gareth Evans and Jason Eisener. …

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Evil Dead Red Band Trailer

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The Evil Dead remake comes out in less than a month and you can check out the full, glorious red band trailer right here!  Directed by Fede Alvarez, the remake stars Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Lou Taylor Pucci, Elizabeth Blackmore, and Jessica Lucas.  Evil Dead hits theaters April 5. PLOT: Five twenty-something friends become holed up in a remote cabin. …

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Release Date and Teaser for Hatchet III

In Movies by Bryan Rask0 Comments

Dark Sky Films has announced that Hatchet III will be getting a release on June 14th, and have released a new teaser for the film as well.  Adam Green, director of the first two films, took over the writing duties and BJ McDonnell will make his directorial debut.  Hatchet III stars Danielle Harris, Kane Hodder, Zach Galligan, Derek Mears, Caroline …

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Nic Cage talks about Superman Lives!

In Comic Books, Movies by Thom Williams1 Comment

Recently, Nicolas Cage talked with MTV’s Splash Page about his involvement with playing Superman on the big screen in Tim Burton’s Superman Lives. We’ve talked about this on the site on several occasions, even interviewing the director of the upcoming documentary The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened?, Jon Schnepp. But this is the first time in a long time …

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Top 12 Movie Drinking Games!

In Movies by Jake Riley0 Comments

Happy Slack-Punktricks Day! I mean St. Patrick’s Day. In honor of this holiday I’ve decided to provide a list to go along with the drunken shenanigans. I’ve decided to change it up a little and let you decide the order of these films. Not that you need any help getting drunk but, here is some help in case you need …

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Chilling Trailer for Thai Anthology 9-9-81

In Movies by Bryan Rask0 Comments

Thailand, although lesser known than Japan and South Korea, tends to produce some of Asia’s finest horror films.  The new horror anthology 9-9-81 plans to continue that trend.  A new trailer with English subtitles for the film has made its way online and you can check it out below. PLOT: One morning a beautiful lady, Wipawee, wearing her white bridal …

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Insane Trailer for Alex de Iglesia’s ‘Witching and Bitching’

In Movies by Bryan Rask0 Comments

I’m not familiar with much of Alex de Iglesia’s previous work, but after checking out his ‘Witching and Bitching’ trailer, I now want to watch everything he’s worked on.  I have no idea what is going on in the trailer, but I definitely want more.  Mario Casas , Hugo Silva, Carmen Maura Pavez, Carolina Bang, Secun de la Rosa, Pepon Nieto …

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Kiss-Ass 2 Red Band Trailer

In Movies by Thom Williams0 Comments

The first trailer for the upcoming Kick-Ass sequel has arrived, and it is just about everything you’d expect to see from a sequel to 2010’s most action-packed comic book movie. In the new trailer, we get to see a lot of scenes that will look familiar to fans of the comic book, like the cemetary scene and Hit-Girl coming to …

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Movie Review: Hansel & Gretel Get Baked

In Movies by Bryan Rask0 Comments

Fairy tales have become increasingly common fodder for horror films in the recent years.  Red Riding Hood, Snow White and the Huntsman, and the most recent Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters have all tried to cash in on the fairy tale craze.  Hansel and Gretel Get Baked adds to that crowd while also trying to appeal to another crowd: stoners. …

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Movie Review: ABCs of Death

In Movies by Bryan Rask0 Comments

The ABCs of Death features 26 different directors from 15 different countries each directing their own 5 minute short films to be compiled to make one movie.  Each of them were given a letter and $5000 and had to make their film with only one prerequisite: it had to involve some sort of death.  An ambitious concept to say the …

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Movie Review: Resolution

In Movies by Bryan Rask0 Comments

In the world of film it’s becoming increasingly difficult to come up with something new and original.  Many movies simply set out to do what’s done before and tweak it slightly to make it their own.  Yet, Justin Benson’s and Aaron Moorhead’s ‘Resolution’ never strives for anything less than original and brilliant, and succeeds marvelously. Resolution starts off with some …

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Movie Review: Texas Chainsaw 3D

In Movies by Bryan Rask0 Comments

While not quite on the tier of Halloween or Friday the 13th, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre has spawned an abundance of sequels and remakes of its own.  Texas Chainsaw 3D comes as a direct sequel to the original 1974 film and what better way to start of 2013 than a bunch of hot twenty-somethings getting chased around by Leatherface? …

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Movie Review: Doomsday Book

In Movies by Bryan Rask0 Comments

If there’s one basic rule of cinema, it’s that anthology films are more often than not average.  It’s hard enough to make one good film, but making three or more solid short movies that tie together can be quite a challenge.  South Korea looks to tackle this challenge with ‘Doomsday Book’ featuring directors Kim Jee-Woon (I Saw the Devil, Tale …

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Movie Review: The Collection

In Movies by Bryan Rask0 Comments

It’s been too long since a movie like this has been in theaters.  The Collection is by no means a perfect film, but it certainly is entertaining throughout and tries its damnedest to do something new while expanding the collector’s universe.  Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan return as writers with Dunstan also directing. The Collection completely forgets anything about a …

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Movie Review: Rec 3-Genesis

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If you haven’t seen Rec or Rec 2, leave right now and change that immediately.  Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza not only co-directed the original Rec, an instant classic and still the gold standard for found footage films, they also managed to do something even harder: direct an awesome sequel.  The pair split up for the final two films in …

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Movie Review: Hollow

In Movies by Bryan Rask0 Comments

With movies like Long Pigs, The Poughkeepsie Tapes, and The Tunnel coming out in recent years, found footage has officially become the go to filming style for low budget horror films these days.  First time director Michael Axelgaard looks to continue that trend with Hollow.  Hollow follows two couples during their trip to one of their childhood homes in the …

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Movie Review: Excision

In Movies by Bryan Rask0 Comments

It’s been a long time since I’ve enjoyed a movie as much as I did Excision.  It’s also been a long time since I’ve seen a movie this weird.  What makes it even more impressive is that this was director Richard Bates Jr.’s first feature length film.  In Excision, AnnaLynne McCord plays the sociopathic teen Pauline who is just trying …

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Movie Review: Chained

In Movies by Bryan Rask0 Comments

Many times, the most terrifying concepts in horror movies are those that are realistic.  That’s exactly what director Jennifer Lynch sought out to do with her new film Chained. Chained follows a young boy who is held captive by the serial killer who kidnapped both him and his mother, whom he kills.  After killing his mother, the serial killer Bob …

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Movie Review: The Loved Ones

In Movies by Bryan Rask0 Comments

The Loved Ones takes place six months after Brent’s father dies while Brent (Xavier Samuel) was behind the wheel.  Still grieving, Brent’s only thing keeping him grounded is his loving girlfriend Helen.  It’s time for the end of the year dance and Brent is asked to go by the quiet girl, Lola (Robin McLeavy).  Little does he know though that …