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    Was just going to post this. I wasn't too sure about this one, but the trailer was great. Also, I'm a Lucky McKee fan. Plus, it really offended some people at Sundance, so it's worth watching just based on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Saw Dog Soldiers for the second-ish time last night. As a Werewolf afficianado I have to say it may be the finest shifter film since 'the Howling'. A well put together movie that uses darkness and wonderful editing to make the most of some of the better 'wolf effects ever put to film. Add Kevin McKidd and Sean Pertwee(who Neil Marshall seems to take great delight in torturing/killing) and this is a movie that I have to INSIST you watch fearless readers.
    I first saw this when it was a scifi movie of the week. It was one of the few movies on said station that was actually entertaining because it was well made and not because it was silly, lol! I also liked The Descent (from the same director), but I still haven't watched Doomsday. :/
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    Oh, you'll like it...Sean Pertwee has the 'worst death ever' and it's a 'lets take every '80's vhs ripoff of Mad Max/Escape from NY, throw them in a blender and add some ultraviolence and cheese'. Also, Centurion by Marshall is worth watching too.

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    October 14th at The Block! SOLD!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    as long as i get my danielle harris

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    “Director Adam Wingard’s award-winning indie is perhaps the best portrait of a serial killer since, well, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer.” — FEARnet

    The 21st-century indie film resurgence has been big on both the horror film and the intimate, character-driven “mumblecore” sub-genre; A Horrible Way To Die, the brand-new festival hit directed by Adam Wingard (and co-starring indie stalwart Joe Swanberg), breathes fantastic life into an exciting cross-pollination: mumblegore. The film follows a former alcoholic re-entering the dating world after a trying time with her ex — a fellow who just happens to have been a notorious mass murderer that’s just escaped policy custody. Wingard smartly turns the serial killer genre on its head by paying the same attention to detail in scenes of domesticity as he does to the moments of nervous terror; the film’s dating scenes are treated as they would be if this was Half Nelson, in a naturalistic attempt to explore the characters’ very real emotional world. Be one of the very first to catch this unique horror hybrid! Cast & crew Q&A to follow after the screening!
    7pm show @ cinefamily on Saturday. Hearing good things. And you may as well stick around for the screening of Garbage Pail Kids after @ 10pm.

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    AICN HORROR: Ambush Bug Interviews The Vicious Brothers, writers/directors of GRAVE ENCOUNTERS! Plus a review of the film!
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