October. It's just in the air, man! Halloween candy, the smell of candles burning inside of freshly carved jack-o-lanterns, and the rotting entrails of several people who were unlucky enough to start playing one hell of a game. The TV spots have begun for Saw VI, and we have the first one for you right here laced with all new footage.
Yet another new one sheet for Kevin Greutert's first entry into Lionsgate's favorite Halloween franchise, Saw VI, has debuted today, showcasing a few of Jigsaw's favorite tools of the trade.
I lost count of exactly how many Silent Night, Deadly Night films there were. Let's see ... there was the classic original flick that caused quite a stir. So much so that they barely filmed any original footage for its sequel Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 and things just sort of went batshit crazy from there. Bill Moseley was involved, there were brain pans, killer toys, Egyptian cults ... you name it. Lionsgate announced today that they will be bringing three of those crazy-ass sequels home in one shiny three-disc box set.
Even though Saw VI hasn't even graced a single screen yet, Lionsgate is pushing forward with the seventh entry into its long-running franchise entitled Saw VII 3D.
It seems that Trembles decided to do what a substantial number of other horror fans did (judging by box office receipts): basically ignore Rob Zombie's Halloween II and just move on. And so, instead of piling more venom on H2, this week's Motion Picture Purgatory tackles the testosterone-fueled Gamer.
Those of us who went to see Gamer this weekend got a chance to dig on the new teaser trailer for Kevin Greutert's latest entry in the yearly franchise that has everyone singing for "Mandylor!", Saw VI. If you missed it, no worries. You can dig on it right here, right now!
We're not talking constipation here, people. We're talking "bind" as in you're tied up and helpless. And we expect a lot more goodies as we near Saw VI's October release, too. Game on!
Neveldine and Taylor are back this weekend with another high-adrenaline uber-violent bit of smash mouth cinema for you to enjoy and we've got the verdict on whether you should head to theatres or just stay home and play Halo.
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Gerard Butler, Amber Valletta, Michael C. Hall, Kyra Sedgwick, Terry Crews, Ludacris Directed by Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor
There's no doubt Lionsgate's DVD releases of Cujo: 25th Anniversary Edition, The Monster Squad: 20th Anniversary Edition and the original My Bloody Valentine: Special Edition were all top shelf. The only problem was that those of us digging on the high definition goodness of Blu-ray didn't get our 1080p fix. Problem solved!
Cabin Fever 2 has been threatened for so long, you have to wonder whether or not it actually exists. It seems like we’re getting closer to seeing the long-delayed sequel to the 2002 Eli Roth film, but the question today is whether or not it’s actually worth seeing. If director Ti West is to be believed, it doesn’t sound like it.
As a gamer, the new trailer for Lionsgate's Gamer, starring Gerard Butler and Michael C. Hall, makes me wish such technology would be possible. Can you imagine actually controlling another person to do whatever you want? Of course I'd just keep my dude going to In-N-Out Burger for me, but still!
With the titles of the Ghosthouse Underground label filling up the majority of their October horror DVD slate, November brings us Lionsgate's sloppy seconds. I mean, a horror movie getting dumped onto DVD a week or two after Halloween strikes me as an afterthought on the distributor's part. Lionsgate has three such chillers getting the post-Halloween DVD mistreatment.
Lionsgate announced today that the Kathryn Bigelow vampire epic Near Dark will be hitting Blu-ray high-def on November 10th. No word yet on the special features, but color us officially excited!