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    Piranha 3DD was just a mess. Maybe the best false advertising of the year so far: Less blood/gore/T&A/plot/everything. The first movie was actually decent and you know, watchable. This one? Ugh.

    Characters have nothing going-on and some are briefly intro'd and then disposed-of. Danielle Panabaker was the best actor in a small list of folks who may not have ever acted before. Location of a water-park could've been decent, but was misused. 3D was shaky/jarring for most underwater scenes but otherwise decent. CGI was spotty at best.

    Final verdict, save your money and rewatch the first one. This was dumped into 100 theatres for a reason.

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    Get Sent to Detention on Blu-ray and DVD this July | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    saw this the same day as Cabin in the Woods, and like that movie, it was extremely inventive and not like anything else I have seen. Elements of Breakfast Club, Donnie Darko and crystal meth abuse combine to make a movie that I need to see another time or two before I can even say whether it all works or not. It is definitely worth seeing though, but you may want to rent it before you buy it.

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    Another Controversial Serbian Film Heading to Blu-ray

    Synapse Films have officially announced that they will release on Blu-ray Serbian director Mladen Djordjevic's controversial film The Life and Death of a Porno Gang (2009), starring Mihajlo Jovanovic, Ana Acimovic and Predrag Damnjanovic. Street date is August 14th.

    During the final days of Slobodan Miloševic's Serbian rule, a young film student named Marko becomes desperate to make a feature film. Finally getting a job as an adult film director, he quickly runs afoul of the mob and needs to get out of town fast! Assembling a traveling group of misfits into a "porno cabaret," Marko and his new friends drive though the quiet countryside in a beat-up van performing live sex acts for peasants and farmers. But life is hard on the road, and they find it hard to earn enough money to survive.

    Special Features:

    "Made in Serbia" (101 min.) – Feature length documentary on the Serbian adult film industry (*Blu-ray exclusive* – appears ONLY on the Blu-ray due to data size constrictions)
    "Making of" Featurette
    Deleted Scenes
    Theatrical Trailer
    Reversible Alternate/Explicit Cover Art
    I can't remember, but I think I've heard good things about this.

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    Pascal Laugier's The Tall Man Heading to Blu-ray

    mage Entertainment have revealed that they are planning to release on Blu-ray French director Pascal Laugier's latest film, The Tall Man (2012), starring Jessica Biel, Jodelle Ferland and Stephen McHattie. The preliminary release date set by the studio is September 25th.
    JD, I'm blanking on what reviews for this were like. Do you recall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    Pascal Laugier's The Tall Man Heading to Blu-ray



    JD, I'm blanking on what reviews for this were like. Do you recall?
    Fair to middlin...I seem to recall a lot of disappointment that it was pretty bland.

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    REVIEW: The Loved Ones | CHUD.com

    I am going to rewatch this. I know I am not wrong...it's not that good of a movie. But maybe when i first watched it my expectations were too high.

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    Phantasm 5 Fully Financed And Filming This Year…..Probably | CHUD.com

    Depending on where you read, this has already been debunked by Coscarelli. I want them to make a new one, but even more importantly I want some sort of consistent set of all the prior ones on BLU.

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    Wild '80s report warns slasher flicks (and VCRs) could scar kids | Blastr

    What was most threatening to youth in the 1980s? Thermonuclear war? The Tylenol scare? Leg warmers? According to this old 20/20 report, it was the orgy of blood spewing from horror films lurking in neighborhood video shops.

    It must have been a slow news week for 20/20 to scrape together this salacious special alert on the corrosive effects of violent horror movies. Hugh Downs and Barbara Walters actually try to sell this shoddy segment with straight faces and wafer-thin logic.

    See dazed children foam at the mouth while giggling along with Ash's Evil Dead antics! Watch a conservative coven of high-collared mothers in pearls rant on the perils and pitfalls of the dreaded splatter movies infecting the shelves of your local video store, dispensed with demented glee by the shifty-eyed owner to innocent sons and daughters! You'll run screaming from your laptop!

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    Los Angeles! See A Nightmare on Elm Street in a Cemetery This Weekend! | Shock Till You Drop

    Every summer, Cinespia blocks off a chunk of time to give Los Angeles residents a chance to see select films in the famous Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The events are all about the experience. Bring friends, food, booze (or your choice of non-alcoholic drink) and have fun.

    This weekend - Saturday, June 9th - Cinespia is holding its first genre film screening of the season: Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street.

    The gates of the cemetery (located at 6000 Santa Monica Boulevard) open at 7pm and a $10 ticket donation is available at the entrance. Get there early as lines do tend to form early and you'll definitely want a nice spot on the cemetery lawn. The film is projected along the side of a mausoleum.

    For more information, visit Cinespia.org.


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