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Rest your wallets easy, folks, as other than a couple of monster movies which previously aired on Syfy, this week's genre offerings are really slim pickings. We know you're just chomping at the bit to see yet another horrible retelling of the classic Beauty and the Beast story. This one stars Estella Warren, Rhett Giles, Victor Parascos, Vanessa Gray, Tony Bellette and Peter Cook. I mean, who wouldn't be, right?
Luckily, a couple of manga titles are dropping this week to help bring up the quality of entertainment, despite needing to read. Both are created by noted manga writers Kazue Kato and Arina Tanemura, who started their careers in their late teens.
Beauty and the Beast: A Dark Tale (Review)
Directed by David Lister
Estella Warren plays the beauty opposite a beast in this R-rated retelling of »
Brrrrr. St. Louis is getting hit with an ice storm and a snow storm. This morning I woke up to a Blizzard Warning, which has never happened in St. Louis during my lifespan – if ever. So, what a perfect opportunity to stay in, snuggle and watch some horror flicks! This week bring us Matt Reeves’ Let Me In, the remake of Let the Right One In. Also, Magnet Releasing releases the SXSW darling Monsters. There is some other releases that you will want to check out as well, so click on reader….click on.
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- Andy Triefenbach
Whoa, what a way to start the new year! After several weeks of desolate conditions in terms of horror title releases, the floodgate just burst open.
This is the week you may want to think about using up those giftcards and cash you got from returning your holiday presents. Major releases are vying for your greenbacks alongside re-releases in Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D (in case Santa brought you a 3D TV recently), and other more independent titles. In addition to movies, there's also a Buffy motion comic and the next volume of a vampire's diary in paperback.
The Last Exorcism (Review)
Directed by Daniel Stamm
When he arrives on the rural Louisiana farm of Louis Sweetzer, the Reverend Cotton Marcus expects to perform just another routine “exorcism” on a disturbed religious fanatic. An earnest fundamentalist, Sweetzer has contacted the charismatic preacher as a last resort, »
3 items from 2011
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