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    Chop (DVD) | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    It used to seem like the horror-comedy genre was nearly impossible to perfect. Aside from a few rare standouts like House, Evil Dead 2 and Return of the Living Dead, no one seemed to be able to deftly blend the two genres. Then something happened. I don't know if the stars aligned or if there was a hole in the Vortex Nebula, but somewhere along the line filmmakers started nailing horror-comedies like never before. And now we have a great new one to put alongside popular newer releases like Shaun of the Dead, Zombieland and Tucker & Dale vs. Evil. Gorehounds, I give you Chop.

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    What is Next for the Director of Pontypool? | Shock Till You Drop

    The film that topped my best of 2009 list, Pontypool, made me keep a close on the directing career of Bruce McDonald.
    Sadly, he has not done a horror film since that Canadian gem and has dabbled mostly in the world of television, short films and documentaries.

    There were talks of a Pontypool 2, but it never came together and probably won't ever come to fruition(CRAPSPACKLE). McDonald's absence from the genre might end, however, as he is awaiting a green light on a new thriller.

    According to The Chronicle Herald, he has a $25 million project in the works called Dark Highway.

    Nicolas Cage may star and, says the Herald, it's about "a man who is being chased but can’t distinguish between reality and imagination."

    F'that...Pontypool has been the top of MY list every year since it came out. Until I see something that stays with me as well as that one has...

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    Apparently finding inspiration in the 60s Batman TV show, there seems to be a lot more to FDR: American Badass than title and monster-killer premise pitched against Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter:


    FDR rides a “wheelchair of death” to stop the world from werewolves who carry the polio virus, including werewolf versions of Hitler, Mussolini, and Emperor Hirohito.

    Yeah, a lot more dicking around. But Ray Wise! That pushes this to the front of the queue (of films about former US presidents fighting monsters).

    This trailer is NSFW for language, red paint and comical werewolf costumes.
    Ok, sure it looks cheap. And dumb. But there is a certain charm to it.

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    BD Horror News - [Sundance '12]: 'V/H/S' Filmmaker Simon Barrett On 'You're Next' And Found Footage Movies For People Who <i>Hate</i> Found Footage

    You're Next is one of my top 'looking forward to 2012' flicks and the advanced word on V/H/S is very good as well. Definitely a name to watch.

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    This is very nicely done. Impressive.

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    BD Horror News - [Sundance '12]: 'V/H/S' Filmmaker David Bruckner Talks Emerging Media, 'The Signal, And 'Enter The Void' As An Influence

    Writer/Director David Bruckner made a name for himself with 2007's The Signal. Now, as one of the directors of V/H/S - a film that breathes new life into the stagnant found footage genre - he's able to explore his fascination with the sociological repercussions of technological immersion in deeper, more horrific, areas.

    I spoke with Bruckner recently about his interest in media, V/H/S, his new short, and what's coming up next for him.

    In the film, "When a group of misfits is hired by an unknown third party to burglarize a desolate house and acquire a rare VHS tape, they discover more found footage than they bargained for."

    Hit the jump to check out the interview!

    How did you get involved with the project?

    “I heard through a good friend of mine, Jacob Gentry who worked on The Signal with me, that the producers were looking for filmmakers for a found footage anthology. And that is probably the only kind of anthology right now that I think can work.”

    Without giving too much away, what were the visual influences for you short?

    "I saw Enter The Void last year. I saw it once and I don't think I need to see it again. There's a filing cabinet in the back of my brain that's got ‘Enter The Void' in it if I want to go there. And I thought found footage, especially POV, was a really exciting idea. You could role play with a central character and literally be forced to be them no matter what kind of situation they got into. I knew that I wanted to do something like that and I quickly threw them a treatment of what I was thinking.”
    The Signal was a solid flick...did not know he did that one. Definitely on the 'watch' list

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    Read The Script For The Sequel To The Best Zombie Rape Drama You’ve Never Seen | Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

    Dead Girl fell kinda flat. It could have been classic but they held back...and when you are dealing with a subject that's already over the line you might as well go all in. The potential sequel might've been good though.

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    24Framespersecond.net - Brit horror thriller KILL LIST: Review

    The beauty of Kill List is that it defies convention. Wheatley plays outside the box, outside a lot of boxes in fact, and his refusal to conform makes for a very dark and disturbing night in. With Kill List, he has established himself as a raw and uncompromising filmmaker. The outcome is perhaps predictable once it arrives, but the way that we get there isn’t. Believable characters, excellent performances and occasional graphic violence combine to exhilarating effect in one of the most memorable movies of the year. Its films like this that remind us why we love cinema, films that have the power to stay with you long after the lights go out.

    Kill List could be the best British thriller you see all year, and I’m writing this in January. Outstanding.

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