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DVD Release Highlights: Big Crocs & Bigger Bugs!





Sorry, didn't have time to get to all of them, but here are the DVD highlights for Tuesday, August 5th, 2008...

Click here to see it bigger!Baby Blues (2007)
Directed by Amardeep Kaleka & Lars E. Jacobson

A pretty disturbing little flick, actually. One of the only movies I can recall that shows a mother not just killing her children, but doing so in a traditional stalk-n-slash style. The story is about a mother who is pushed too far when her truck-driver husband hits the road again and snaps, killing all but one of her children who plays the traditional survivor girl role this time... Check out my Baby Blues review for more! Buy it here!


Click here to see it bigger!Dead Fury (2007)
Directed by Frank Sudol

The second animated horror movie from City of Rott (review) director Frank Sudol. This time, a group of hunters accidentally find the realm of a bunch of demonic freaks. They want to possess anything that’s on their land, so now the hunters have to fend off the demons with any weapons they have available; shotguns, pick-axes, rotary saws, knives … anything that will kill quickly! Buy it here!


Click here to see it bigger!The Hive (2008)
Directed by Peter McManus

What’s the worst kind of death you can think of? Getting eaten alive, right? Well how about getting eaten alive by killer ants! Such is the premise of The Hive, which sees a scientist and his entomologist girlfriend as they’re called in to try and stop the flood of killer ants pouring in from Brazil. Dig on our DVD review of The Hive for more! Buy it here!


Click here to see it bigger!Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers: 20th Anniversary Edition (1988)
Directed by Fred Olen Ray

All right this may not be what you would call a “highlight”, but how many other of Fred Olen Ray’s flicks would get a 20th anniversary edition? The story follows a private eye who happens across a cult of chainsaw-wielding prostitutes while tracking down a runaway. They have an obsession with carving up their Johns to further their cultish practices, you see. So of course it’s the dick’s job to stop him! Check out our Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers DVD review to learn more! Buy it here!


Click here to see it bigger!Rogue (2008)
Directed by Greg McLean

And it’s about goddamn time! The follow up to Greg McLean’s Wolf Creek, this killer crocodile movie has been on a shelf since Primeval bombed at the box office. And damn them for it. Though I’ve not seen it yet, word on the street is it’s actually a damn good film, which we finally get to find out once and for all this Tuesday. Here’s hoping it was worth the wait! Check out our Rogue DVD review to find out! Buy it here!


Click here to see it bigger!Starship Troopers 3: Marauder (2008)
Directed by Edward Neumeier

Casper Van Dien is back to kick more bug ass and take some names. When his team gets stranded on a remote planet during a secret mission, they of course come face to face with the giant bugs again. But this time there’s a traitorous force inside the Troopers ranks, and only Johnny Rico and his team are the only ones who can stop them! Check out our Starship Troopers 3: Marauder DVD review for more! A Blu-Ray box set featuring all three movies is out today, as well, be sure to read our DVD review for that, as well! Buy it here!


- Johnny Butane

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Morgan Elektra's picture

Dean and I checked out Rogue over the weekend too. Given my real life uneasiness regarding all things crocodilian, Dean found himself endlessly amused at my death grip antics. We liked it a lot. I loved the tension that was built, and the payoffs. I still hate CGI though, and that's the only thing that nagged at me. Still, definitely worth the watch, and I think we'll probably buy it.


Submitted by Morgan Elektra on Mon, 08/04/2008 - 3:29pm.
moderator UC & I watched Rogue last
Debi Moore's picture

UC & I watched Rogue last night (his review is forthcoming), and it was a blast. Radha Mitchell elevates every project she's in as far as I'm concerning. It was a little draggy in the middle portion, but especially the beginning third was awesome. The scenery is unlike anything you've seen before. The ending was a little contrived, but all in all, it's a thumb's up from me.

Also, it's not technically horror, but I really recommend Sex & Death 101, which comes out this week as well. It was written/directed by Daniel Waters (writer of Heathers). It's smart and funny and even a little perverse. Check it out!


Submitted by Debi Moore on Mon, 08/04/2008 - 1:24pm.

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