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If this trailer is any indication of the finished product, the indie zombie/ghost/possession flick Haunting Kira looks like it could be a pretty fun ride. We've been deceived before, to be sure, but I'm curious to see more of this one. Come inside and check this one out.
And the Paranormal Activity (review here) news just keeps on rolling in. A new fanpage for the film has opened, and it has a really interesting image as its landing photo that sports the words "IN THEATERS SEPTEMBER 25th". Getting excited yet? I knew you would be.
Those of you waiting anxiously to find out when and where you'll FINALLY be able to see Oren Peli's Paranormal Activity (review here) needn't wait much longer as we've just found out release plans will be announced
In an act of complete sanity in a truly insane film landscape, Paramount, the studio that landed Oren Peli's Paranormal Activity (review here), has lost interest in its plans to set loose a remake of the little film that could - scare the hell out of you
The excitement is building around Oren Peli's Paranormal Activity, and as a result there seems to be a new news story about it almost every couple of days. The latest one comes from the official Paramount website on a page which is no longer active (weird). On it, it stated the film would be beginning a limited theatrical run on September 25th.
And the news about Oren Peli's Paranormal Activity keeps steadily pouring in. This time it's good news for UK horror fans as the flick officially has a release date across the pond.
Let your fears slip away. Oren Peli's Paranormal Activity (review here) has gone before the MPAA, and a rating has been handed down.
Wow. What a road. Tonight rumblings began regarding the release of Oren Peli's Paranormal Activity (review here). Some sites are touting a release date as early as September 25th, 2009. Could it be?
The DVD and the Blu-ray specs are finally in for Chris Nahon's Blood: The Last Vampire (review here) and we've got the lowdown on what you can expect when the film drops on October 20th.
Filmmaker Ted A. Bohus is best known for his much beloved cult classic The Deadly Spawn, which featured a truly phallic creature with rows and rows of sharp flesh-tearing teeth, but that just might change thanks to his hilarious, yet badass looking new indie feature Hell on Earth.
It's not right to read someone else's diary, especially when said diary belongs to a devil worshipping sadist. You know doing shit like that just has to end badly.
Ah, Megan Fox. Those curves. Those eyes. Those flesh-ripping fangs! Wanna see Miss Thing getting all demonic? Get ready to offer up your neck. You may wanna keep your "digit" to yourself though!