Tuesday, September 29th, is a big day for director Dave Parker and producer Robert Burnett. Their gritty horror flick The Hills Run Red (review here) will finally be hitting DVD shelves after a three-year long journey to get to this point.
If you missed out on watching "Harper's Island" (review here) during its television run, shame on you. Now that the show is available on DVD, you have no more excuses. Recently we sat down with one of the series' stars, Matt Barr, who played "Sully", to talk about what it was like living and dying on the now infamous slasher vacation spot.
Oh, Sorority Row, how you let us down. Most of us went in hoping/expecting it would live up to its R rating with boobs, blood, and a big finale. Instead, we got (as Nomad wrote in his Sorority Row review) "a butt-numbing experience, watching the ladies be picked off in the lamest ways possible (save one shining moment that is too little, too late)." Now it's Trembles' turn to weigh in.
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Briana Evigan, Shedrick Garrett, Margo Harshman, Rumer Willis, Jamie Chung, Leah Pipes, Audrina Patridge Directed Stewart Hendler
Another new red band trailer for the indie slasher Sway just hit MySpace TV along with some info on when and where you can dig on the flick itself.
Earlier this year I reported on Code Red DVD planning to release the never-before-seen 1995 slasher spoof Night of the Dribbler about a psycho in a basketball mask killing off a high school basketball team. At the time a release date was not set in stone. Now I find out that release date is next week, September 8th to be exact.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Elaine Cassidy, Christopher Gorham, Katie Cassidy, Cameron Richardson, Adam Campbell, Jim Beaver, Ben Cotton, Matt Barr, Adam Campbell, C.J. Thomason, Brandon Jay McLaren, Callum Keith Rennie Created by Ari Schlossberg
Anyone who's well acquainted with me knows that I have no love for possums so it is with great trepidation that I report on a film called Possum Walk. Still, I've suffered for my craft and for your enjoyment before so here goes.
Back in 2006, an aspiring reporter took you Behind the Mask (review here) to introduce you to a psycho slasher named Leslie Vernon whose singular goal was to eclipse the pantheon of the great slashers to come before him.
Wanna see Sorority Row's resident slasher in action? Of course you do!
We're less than a month away from the Stewart Hendler helmed Sorority Row, and as expected, TV spots are starting to pop up.
Who doesn't like listening to super hot college chicks talking about their darkest of secrets? That premise alone in the Nineties fathered at least seven million different 900 numbers and at the same time made quite a profit for Kleenex. Add a little murder into the mix, and there you have the video confessionals from the Theta Pi chicks themselves.