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2010 | 2009

7 items from 2009


Basement Jack and the Past: A Movie Review

20 November 2009 3:36 PM, PST | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Basement Jack is a film from Brink DVD that was made for between one to two million dollars. A film that will see video store shelves this Tuesday, November 17th Basement Jack does not step very far away from the slasher films of the 70s and 80s. Jack stays mostly in the confines of a slasher formula, while offering some intrigue in the characer only known as the Manager.

Simply plotted Basement Jack undergoes some unusually harsh punishment for unknown wrongdoings from his mother (Lynn Lowry). Jack (Eric Peter-Kaiser) experiences torture from an early age and develops a taste for blood in later adolescence. Happy to share his experiences of torment with others Jack slashes, impales, and dismembers those unlucky enough to cross his path. Cue in a small love story, some aggravating cops, a police massacre a la Terminator and we have one recipe for blood, disaster, and gore! »

- Michael Ross Allen

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“Evilution”/”Basement Jack” DVD signing at Dark Delicacies

17 November 2009 6:32 AM, PST | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Cast members of the Black Gate Entertainment films Evilution and Basement Jack will be signing copies of their two new releases at the Dark Delicacies bookstore in Burbank, California (4213 West Burbank Boulevard) tonight, November 17 at 7 p.m.

Brian Patrick O’Toole (Dog Soldiers, Cemetery Gates), writer/producer of both films, will be joined by Eric Peter-Kaiser, his producing partner and star of each splaterfest. Joining the duo will be Evilution actors Billy Morrison (rocker from the Cult) and Sandra Ramirez, Basement Jack director Michael Shelton and the composer for both films, Alan Howarth (Boo, Halloween sequels). Also expected: Basement Jack co-stars Lynn Lowry (The Crazies), Michele Morrow and Noel G (Hood Of Horror, Gangs Of The Dead) and from Evilution, Peter Stickles of Cemetery Gates and The Lair. Count on other surprise guests as well.

“We are excited to spend the release date of Evilution and Basement Jack at Dark Delicacies, »

- no-reply@fangoria.com (Tony Timpone)

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A Full Synopsis for Horror Film Basement Jack and a New Look!

6 November 2009 4:31 PM, PST | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Another Brink production will release on DVD November 17th known as Basement Jack. A film that blends the slasher films of the 80s with a psychopathic twist Basement Jack is a horrifying film in more ways than one. Serious in tone and execution Eric Peter-Kaiser spent a lot of time in isolation to prepare for his role as Jack Riley (Basement Jack). So, if very bloody is how you like your horror then pre-order yourself a copy. For now, take a look at the full, official synopsis for the film below.

An official synopsis for Basement Jack here:

"Karen Cook was your average high school student...until the night evil invaded her life. She would become the lone survivor of a seven-day killing spree perpetrated by a seventeen year old boy that world would come to call "Basement Jack." For the next eleven years, Karen Cook lived in fear that »

- Michael Ross Allen

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Basement Jack on DVD this October 20th

7 July 2009 9:21 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

The second of three films "Basement Jack" wrapped up shooting in 2007 and now has a DVD release date. Available to fans October 20 "Basement Jack" shows that revenge is best served cold when Karen Cook looks for vengeance after her family is lost to a brutal killer. The middle chapter in Black Gate Entertainments Necropolitan horror trilogy fans can also check out "Evilution" this fall, as well, until the final chapter details are announced. Have a look at the primary anti-hero in this movie still close-up and check out the full cast and crew, plus a location for the films official trailer inside.

A synopsis for "Basement Jack" here:

"Eleven years ago Jack Riley Killed fifteen people including his own mother before he was finally brought down by a policeman’s bullet. He was just seventeen at the time. For eleven years Jack Riley, or Basement Jack as christened by the media, »

- Michael Ross Allen

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Basement Jack on DVD this Fall

9 June 2009 5:16 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

A throwback to "80s slasher films" "Basement Jack," will deliver thrills and chills through BrinkDVD this fall. A film with a back story and made for an independent budget of 500K "Basement Jack," is sure to entertain those in search of deranged serial killers. The first one-sheet poster and trailer look devilishly delicious and must be picked up by horror film fans as some of the early reviews have described the film as "'A New Dimension in Horror Filmmaking.'"

A synopsis for "Basement Jack," here...

"Eleven years ago Jack Riley Killed fifteen people including his own mother before he was finally brought down by a policeman’s bullet. He was just seventeen at the time. For eleven years Jack Riley, or Basement Jack as christened by the media, lived quietly in a state asylum until now. Jack Riley has been released but his madness remains. Haunted by his past »

- Michael Ross Allen

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[DVD Review] Bled

24 April 2009 4:56 PM, PDT | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

12.00 Normal 0 false false false En-us X-none X-none MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Vampire culture has gotten the film treatment more than any niche of the occult world. The world seems to be ga-ga for vampirism; the inherent sexuality, the blood, the power - the elements come together each and every time to form the same movie, the only real difference is how the features are implemented. Bled definitely has a new angle on the vampire concept treating it as a mere means to be exploited for immortality instead of focusing on the immortality of vampirism itself. The blood of innocents sustaining the life of an immortal: old and mentioned in Bled. Where Bled hits a new vein is in how the vampirism exists and the elementary analysis of addiction that gets thrown in along with it.

Sai (Sarah Farooqui) aspires to reach a new level with her art - an opportunity that presents itself »

- Lex Walker

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Bled Movie Review

14 April 2009 12:00 AM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

Title: Bled Directed by: Christopher Hutson Starring: Sarah Farooqui, Chris Ivan Cevic, Alex Petrovitch, Michele Morrow and Ivan L. Moody. Scores: Technical: 70, Story: 45, Acting: 40, Overall: 55 Ever since I heard that one of my favorite singers Ivan Moody (Five Finger Death Punch, Motograter) , was going to be in a horror flick, I have been anxiously awaiting (with white knuckles) for the finished product. This was one of those movies that you want to like even before you see it, and trust me; I tried very hard to like it. It just didn’t have any guts. No plot, no thrills, no horror, nothing! It was such a disappointment; I cringe just [...] »

- Brian Corder

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