3 items from 2012
*there are spoilers here. Director: Jared Cohn. Writers: Geoff Meed and Kenny Zinn. Cast: Katrina Bowden, Randy Wayne, Erin Marie Hogan, Steve Hanks, Brad Slaughter, Seth Cassell, Darin Cooper, Jordan Pratt-Thatcher and Lisa Younger. Hold Your Breath, or for those in the Twitterverse #HoldYourBreath, is remarkable for being one of the first films to premiere in theatres from production company The Asylum. As a horror film, Hold Your Breath is not truly remarkable in itself. However, the film is still a fun watch, despite some moronic characters. Is having sex in a morgue really a good idea? The film's ending stands out for offering some interesting suspense, while the film's supernatural rules ground the film in a dramatic reality. Hold Your Breath is a popcorn movie that will entertain most horror fans. The story begins with seven characters heading out on the proverbial camping trip. Johnny (Randy Wayne), Jerry (Katrina Bowden »
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By Jesse Miller, MoreHorror.com
It’s 1956 and in the local asylum, the most evil and diabolical serial killer is about to be executed after a long and brutal killing spree.
Before he goes out, he takes the opportunity to steal one more kill before bowing out dramatically by reciting a lengthy quote from the bible.
This beauty of an opener is quite startling and promising and better yet, it displays some brutal and effective make up work, which is actually a step up from Asylum’s usual offerings.
Moving to the present, we are introduced to a group of 20-something kids heading out into the woods for a weekend of sex, drugs and rock n roll to escape the pressure’s of every day life.
Along the highway, while passing a nearby graveyard, Jerry (Katrina Bowdon) blurts out for everyone to hold their breath – because if there is an »
Welcome to Shocktober. Get it? If not, you will soon!
October is always a prime month for horror movies (what with, you know, Halloween and all), and there seems to be even more blood-soaked offerings than usual this year, with no less than nine fright fests set to hit theaters over the next 31 days.
Take a look at what tricks and treats are in store for you, including the fourth installment in the "Paranormal Activity" series, a 3-D sequel to "Silent Hill" and a return to form for Tim Burton with the animated "Frankenweenie."
Release Date: Oct. 5
The Horror: Heh heh, well, "The Horror" in that stop-motion animated kind of way. "Frankenweenie" tells the gruesome yet heartwarming tale of Victor Von Frankenstein, a young boy with a passion for homemade »
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3 items from 2012
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