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Chicago – Lionsgate and After Dark Films’ recently released their third collection of “8 Films to Die For” and this year proved to be the most uninspiring octet to date. With fewer risks taken than the last two years and less extreme failures or successes, “After Dark Horrorfest III” is terrifyingly dull.
Overall DVD Rating: 2.0/5.0 What makes this year’s collection rather forgettable is the lack of extremes on either side of the rating spectrum. The first two years produced some truly excellent genre gems including “Borderland,” “The Hamiltons,” and “The Abandoned.” At the same time, movies like “Dead Lake,” “Undead,” and “Nightmare Man” should be buried in a deep hole and never see the light of day again.
I have to admit that I liked the variety in quality of the last two years more than this year, when nearly every film registered as forgettable more than good or bad. There was one notable standout, »
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The From Within crew gave Fango the heads-up that stars Thomas Dekker (Laid To Rest, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) and Elizabeth Rice (Mad Men) are planning on joining them tonight, along with director Phedon Papamichael (Arcadia Lost), and writer Brad Keene (The Grudge 3). Full details after the jump.
The 8 Films To Die For signing begins at 7pm tonight, ar Dark Delicacies, 4213 W. Burbank, Burbank, CA 91505.
Also scheduled to appear:
From Slaughter - Writer/Director Stewart Hopewell (Going To Pieces: The Rise And Fall Of The Slasher Film), Craig Robert Young (Perkins 14, Charmed), Maxim Knight (How My Dad Killed Dracula), and Vance Daniels.
Amazon has listed all the DVD artwork for all "8 Films To Die For" as part of After Dark's Horrorfest 3. All the following titles will be released on March 31st. Below you'll find a break down of each film, along with the cover art which will be linked to the Amazon link if you'd like to pre-order any of these. Enjoy!
A group of recent college grads is taking a final vacation together when an accident leaves them hurt and stranded on a lonely Louisiana road. An ambulance arrives and takes them to mercy hospital, an eerie, half empty place that harbors a chilling secret: a doctor conducting inhuman experiments on its helpless patients. Directed by Adam Gierasch. Written by Adam Gierasch, Jace Anderson & E.L. Katz. Starring Jessica Lowndes, Michael Bowen, Robert Patrick, Jenette Goldstein, Robert Lasardo & Ashley Schneider.
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3 items from 2009
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