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    Posted a link to this on sequels thread...but here is an embed. Looks like silly fun. Worth it just for Christopher Lloyd.

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    BD Horror News - Horror Veteran Bill Paxton Fights Feral Creatures In 'The Colony'

    The Terminator, Aliens, Near Dark, Frailty and Twister star Bill Paxton has been cast in The Colony directed by Jeff Renfroe, as reported by Deadline. Renfroe co-wrote The Colony with Patrick Tarr and Pascal Trottier.

    Paxton stars alongside previously announced Laurence Fishburne and Kevin Zegers in the feature "about a small group of survivors living in the aftermath of a future ice age who live underground fighting for their lives in a society that disintegrates into cannibalism and violence."

    Production is now underway in Toronto.
    Paxton rules...see Aliens/Frailty/Near Dark.

    That being said, sounds a bit like Xavier Gens 'The Divide'.

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    BD Horror News - A Maddening Motion Poster For 'Silent House'

    This looks like fun. Strangers meets Paranormal Activity. That Olson kid is supposed to be a good actress. I gotta catch that Martha Marcy May Marlene flick. And now she's up for the female lead in the interesting Old Boy remake...

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    Paramount to Deliver Fun Size in Time for Halloween | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    Paramount has dominated the last three Octobers with its Paranormal Activity films, and now it looks like the studio will also be taking out a Fun Size insurance policy to guarantee your Halloween dollars.

    Look for the flick in theatres on October 26, 2012, to be playing opposite Paranormal Activity 4. Talk about having all your bases covered.

    Fun Size stars Thomas Middleditch ("Funny or Die Presents..."), Riki Lindhome (Last House on the Left), Thomas McDonell (Dark Shadows, Prom), Osric Chau (2012), Jackson Nicoll (The Fighter), Johnny Knoxville (Jackass), Ana Gasteyer, Josh Pence, Holmes Osborne, James Pumphrey, Willam Belli, Peter Navy Tuiasosopo, Victoria Justice, Thomas Mann, and Jane Levy and is described as a cross between Superbad and Adventures in Babysitting on Halloween night.

    The comedic script, by "Colbert Report" scribe Max Werner, centers on a sarcastic teenage girl (Justice) who is forced to take her little brother trick-or-treating on Halloween, then loses him and must find him before their mother finds out.
    Good luck with that...ahhhhh why can't Trick'r'Treat be a yearly experience????

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    Paranormal Activity 4? Ugh! Why do peeps keep watching those movies?

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    Cuz they rule!

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    No. They don't.

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    ATM (2012) | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    On one hand, ATM isn’t a boring film. Clocking in at 81 minutes, it’s well-paced and entertaining – even if it’s provoking unwanted laughter most of the time. Then again, it’s a wasted opportunity that never successfully exploits or explores any number of creepy scenarios that could spring from a late night stop. The most surprising thing here is what IFC saw in this film that made them think it’d be worthy of a release. Save it for a rainy afternoon, if at all.
    Had a bad feeling about this one when I saw the simultaneous VOD release. VOD is starting to become the equivalent of the old 'no screening for critics+really wide release=cash grab before word of mouth starts getting around.'

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

    Movies like Ratline are what makes the independent horror scene so great. Whereas a studio might shy away from an oddball story that blends Nazi occultism and a lesbian love story alongside a crime thriller, writer/director Eric Stanze dives right into all these themes with reckless abandon and delivers a rather solid flick that should manage to keep even the hardened horror fans out there on their toes from start to finish.

    Ratline is definitely something beyond your average low-budget exploitation flick. It's a shocking and engaging movie that has Stanze taking some calculated risks as a director and thereby proving that you don't need millions of dollars to tell unique and ambitious stories these days. Sure, there are some hokey performances (with co-stars Haack and Christ being the exception-; both deliver knockout performances in Ratline) and there are a couple of logic flaws in the story, but overall Ratline is the kind of movie that gets me excited for the world of independent horror all over again. The story sneaks up on you and wallops you out of nowhere with a few gut punches, all the while embracing its exploitation roots without using them as an excuse to make a crappy flick (which is a trap a lot of filmmakers fall into).

    After seeing Ratline, I would absolutely love to see what kind of madness Stanze - as well as his frequent partners in crime Haack and Christ - can come up with next time around.

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