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    Woman In Black Sequel The Angel Of Death Gets Cast - Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

    Though Eel Marsh House is the only returning star from the first instalment – that we know of so far anyhow – the new male and female leads for Hammer’s Woman in Black sequel The Angel of Death have been found.

    While we have no idea who they’ll be playing – but I’ll put ten dollars on the odds that we’re looking at a soldier and a nurse – the roles have gone to Jeremy Irvine and Phoebe Fox.
    Here’s the film’s blurb, which should clue you into why I’ll take the soldier and nurse bet:

    The Woman In Black: Angel of Death will continue the story four decades later. Seized by the government during World War II, the sudden arrival of a group of evacuated children at Eel Marsh House awakens its darkest inhabitant.

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    Review: 'Kiss Of The Damned' Is An Intoxicatingly Lusty Homage To Old School Horror | The Playlist

    If "Kiss of the Damned" has one thing, it's an identifiable groove, one that is sustained and very, very infectious. It's this reason that some will find the movie a letdown, since these vampires are more concerned with the existential dread and immortality than the visceral thrill of ripping someone's throat out. But for those adventurous enough to go along with it, the movie weaves an intoxicating spell, one that is unlike anything else at the festival, and rarely seen outside of shopworn VHS tapes of old European horror movies. It's not perfect (it's baggy and occasionally the lack of technical proficiency does grate), but is perfectly odd. [B]

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    Big Bad Wolves (2013) Movie Review | Film School Rejects


    Second really strong review of this one that I have read. Consider it marked for WANT TO see status

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    Eli Roth Talks AFTERSHOCK, Shooting a Disaster Film on a Budget, GREEN INFERNO and More | Collider

    I remember the best advice was Guillermo del Toro after Cabin Fever I was like, “Do I jump on and do a studio movie now, just to prove that I can be a studio guy? Do I write another indie? What’s the rules? ” and he just goes, “Whatever give you the biggest boner, man. You’ve got to wake up with a rager. You’ve got to want to **** the **** out of that movie.” And I always found that to be very, very true, very simple, but very true advice.
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    A Trailer Grabs You From Under the Bed - Dread Central

    Like the premise, but I couldn't help laughing during the trailer for some reason.

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    100 Bloody Acres (2013) Review - Dread Central

    Sounds good...

    Although dramatic at heart, 100 Bloody Acres is exceptionally funny. For many horror comedies, finding the balance between the two is difficult, with the serious tone often coming late in the film as the protagonists seek to find a way out of their plight. 100 Bloody Acres opts for pure black comedy through and through, successfully weaving the dramatic horror with the humor in a way that never feels forced or inorganic. In the middle of the film, however, the dark humor that pervades the film takes a backseat to surrealistic and juvenile humor as Wes, one of the three young captives, ingests acid and goes on a bizarre and hilarious trip through a fairy-themed tourist trap. It seems slightly out of place, but it’s too damned funny for you to care.

    100 Bloody Acres is a bait-and-switch, seemingly designed to appeal to those who want gore piled atop more gore in their horror before revealing it to be so much more. It breaks convention through the reversal of archetypal character roles, and is bolstered by incredibly solid performances, dark humor, and the catchiest commercial jingle you’ll ever hear.

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    Cannes Briefs: Epic's 'Thale' Sequel; Darclight's 'Contracted'; Simon Cowell's 'Pudsey'; Ridley Scott's 'Get Santa'; More - Deadline.com

    Got to see Thale. i wish they would just put it on Netflix now instead of waiting till i break down and order it.

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    SIGHTSEERS Review. Ben Wheatley’s SIGHTSEERS Stars Alice Lowe and Steve Oram | Collider

    Below the radar release out this weekend. Kill List, his last flick...is very abstract and divisive. I have heard this is more straightforward...very funny and VERY dark.

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