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DVDs Get the Storm Warning

I've said it before and I'll say it again, Jamie Blanks has spent too much time away from the horror genre (“Storm Warnings Tease” – September 2007). Teen/college slasher films aren't usually my type, but back in 1998 Urban Legend was a fun ride as long as you saw it in a packed theatre.

Dunstan on Feast 3!

Can’t wait for Saw IV this weekend to see how the writers of Feast tackle the incredibly tangled mythology behind Jigsaw? I have to admit, neither can I, but if you want to talk upcoming projects from writers Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton that I’m really anticipating, the Feast sequels are very close to the top of the list.

Broken (DVD)

Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Eric Colvin, Nadja Brand Mason, Abbey Stirling, Olivia Hill, Atesh Salih Directed by Adam Mason and Simon Boyes Distributed by Dimension Extreme

Pulse Sequels Details

Not that I feel it’s anything to be ashamed of, but I’ve never seen the remake of Kyoshi Kurosawa’s brilliant ghost film Pulse, which according to most was one of the worst atrocities of this whole Asian remake trend. So I don’t feel like I missed much.

Rogue Poster!

Oooooh, yes, this I like a lot. It’s simple, it’s effective, and it doesn’t try and tell you the movie is about anything other than a giant crocodile terrorizing people. It’s also got just enough of a Jaws feel to it to give it insta-cred. But man, whoever came up with that tagline should loose their job. Ugh.

McLean Status Report

Where the hell is Rogue, the giant croc movie from Wolf Creek helmer Greg McLean? Sure Primeval came out and stunk up the box office, but why does that mean we have to be deprived of what I’m sure is a much better, albeit simalarly themed, movie now? Oh, right ... The Weinsteins.

Dimension Heeds the Warning

Dimension Films continues their sweeping grab of seemingly all things horror with today’s announcement in Variety that they’ve acquired the North America distro rights to Jamie (Urban Legend) Blanks’ latest horror pic, Storm Warning.

Vartan, Michael (Rogue)

With Greg McLean's crocodile creature feature Rogue (DVD review) finally making its way home, one would imagine there's a lot t

Bartlett, Michael (The Zombie Diaries)

Every now and again we get an awesome reason to take more than the usual amount of pride in what we do. A while ago co-directors Michael Bartlett and Kevin Gates contacted u

Soisson, Joel (Pulse Trilogy)

While the American remake of Pulse left a good deal t

Kasten, Jeremy (Wizard of Gore)

Remakes rarely succeed, but when they do, they