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Topping the "Kill Count" promotion they ran last year, Crackle is celebrating the Halloween season with "Kill Count 2," featuring over 30 gut-wrenching, gore-filled films that are full of outrageous horror moments. Read on for the details!
A third trailer is here for the home video release of the animated Starship Troopers sequel, Starship Troopers: Invasion, and we have every bug-busting second of it right here for you. Actually, no bugs get busted in it, but just play along, okay? Thanks.
All the info you need pertaining to the home video release of the animated Starship Troopers sequel, Starship Troopers: Invasion, is finally here! Grab your flyswatters and read on for the skinny. Dig it!
Never mind the heavy-handed themes of the third Starship Troopers flick. In the new animated film from Sony, Starship Troopers: Invasion, it looks as if we're back in the business of bug hunting. Dig on the Japanese trailer!
The only good bug ... is a dead bug. Yep. We wholeheartedly agree with those sentiments, and after the Christian flick turn of the last Starship Troopers movie, we're ready for some good old fashioned squishy action.
Joining the already in the works big budget Dracula Year Zero from director Gary Shore and Vlad, written by "Sons of Anarchy"'s Charlie Hunnam, is yet another look at the famed fanged freak; and we've got your first details right here.
Crackle, Sony Pictures Entertainment’s multi-platform video entertainment network, has launched a deadly collection of horror films entitled "Kill Count". "Kill Count" features a select group of 30 of the most stomach-turning, blood-dripping, gut-spilling horror films available anywhere that catalogue the most outrageous death moments — from impalements to truck sandwiches.
The only good bug ... is a dead bug. Who could ever forget those words? If you're a fan of the Starship Troopers franchise, have we got some good news for you! Another flick is on its way from Sony Pictures Entertainment ... well, sort of. Read on for the skinny!