Movie Review: MAMA
Director: Andrés Muschietti
What do you get when you take the guy who plays Jaime Lannister, the guy who plays Monk, Jessica Chastain’s ample and bouncy perfect tits and a psycho-bitch ghost? Well you get an engaging ghost story that offers some really interesting visuals…and Jessica Chastain’s awesome tits bouncing around. Also we learn women are just as crazy in death as they were in life. Continue reading Movie Review: MAMA
Slender Man has been making a lot of rounds here lately and has become very popular. Not bad for a internet created entity. Anyway a group of film makers from New York has given Slender Man a go with a short film they have made.
It runs just short of 25 minutes and is a interesting film. So if you have some time to kill give it a shot and have some Slender fun.
VIA: Arrow in the Head
I’m not quite sure how genuine a “camping” horror movie scenario will play out in downtown L.A., but regardless, this still sounds like a hell of a good time. Continue reading Who wants to go to a Horror Slumber Camp!!!! Click here!
While James Wan’s upcoming sequel to INSIDIOUS is still filming we’ve got a small bit of news to share regarding its release. Originally it was planned for an August 30th release but now has been moved ever so slightly to September 20th. It’s not a huge move like we saw CARRIE get when it was pushed a discouraging 7 months away from its original date.
Many of the original cast members have returned, including Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Lin Shaye, Barbara Hershey, and Ty Simpkins. The gorgeous Jocelin Donahue (THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL) has joined the project and is playing a young version of Lorraine Lambert.
Nothing here to worry about, just looks like a case of placing the film in a better competeing slot as it looks like the only other movies it will have to go against that week will be Hugh Jackman’s PRISONERS and Chris Hemsworth’s RUSH.
via Insidious Chapter 2 gets a release date change – Horror Movie News | Arrow in the Head.
Movie Review: The Possession
By: TJ Fowler
Movies based off “real events” or actual things sometimes can be sketchy in terms of how truthful the story you see on screen is, i.e. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. The Possession is a movie which is not based on an actual story as it’s more based on the legend of a dybbuk box, an old Jewish Wine box which has a demon imprisoned within. I’m a paranormal buff so I am familiar with the item the movie is based off of and there is such an item that is floating around out there with stories attached to really make you wonder about such an item. So how does The Possession translate this urban legend to the big screen? Do we get some Old Testament vengeance delivered or do we get a big empty wooden box with the Yiddish word, “Schmendrick” engraved on it? Read on! Continue reading Movie Review: The Possession