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A Mysterious Trailer Emerges from the Dark with Tonight She Comes

28 July 2016 11:02 AM, PDT

Tagline: "Yesterday.. she was chosen. At midnight.. she was sacrificed. This morning.. she was buried. But tonight… Tonight She Comes. Everyone else will die." Matt Stuertz's Tonight She Comes either pays homage to '80s slashers or spoofs them. The film is revenge horror, according to the trailer. In the clip, a woman is murdered, she returns and she is looking to kill her killers. The film stars Nathan Eswine, Larissa White, Jenna McDonald and many others. The film's first trailer is here! The short synopsis talks of a missing girl. Friends search for her near an abandoned cabin. But, something or someone is still lurking in the nearby woods, ready to kill. The film's first trailer offers a brief look at the film. '80s synth haunts the track, from composer Wojciech Golczewski. Meanwhile, portions of the clip have been overlayed with black and white images. A nice looking, »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Split Twenty-three Ways in this Trailer from M. Night Shyamalan

27 July 2016 12:20 PM, PDT

M. Night Shyamalan has directed another thriller, titled Split. Last year, he completed the nightmarish The Visit. And, he will also direct an episode for the return of "Tales from the Crypt," in 2017. Actor James McAvoy (X-men: First Class) stars in this feature, which deals with Split Personality Disorder aka Dissociative Identity Disorder. This real life disorder, often caused by trauma, creates differing characters within one person. Some of those personalities can be seen in the first trailer for Split, found here. The film focuses on Kevin (McAvoy) and his abduction of three teenage girls. He keeps them locked away as he introduces them to each of his personalities. And, one is not like the other. The most dominant personality, the Beast, is set to make an appearance as the girls struggle to escape. Shyamalan has stated that he will continue with smaller budgeted films. After critical failures like The Happening »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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You Should Get Your Tickets for Train to Busan: A Film Review

26 July 2016 12:11 PM, PDT

*full disclosure: an online screener of this film was provided by Well Go USA. Director/writer: Sang-ho Yeon. Cast: Yoo Gong, Dong-seok Ma, Woo-sik Choi, Yu-mi Jeong and Sohee. Train to Busan is a film from South Korea and director Sang-ho Yeon. The film offers a fresh look at the zombie apocalypse. This time, events take place on a train, which is heading from Seoul to Busan. Along the way, several passengers will fight for their lives. Meanwhile, bitey zombies find unique ways to harass the living. But, there is more than just a physical fight, going on here. There is a moral fight, as well. The protagonist, a busy father, is pro-social, while a cowardly businessman is everything you do not want in a friend, acquaintance, family member etc. There can be only one winner. And, Train to Busan is an exciting, insightful journey through a zombie pandemic. There »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Twenty-six More Tales of Murder are Coming Your Way with ABCs of Death 2.5!

25 July 2016 1:03 PM, PDT

Tagline: "28 new directors...26 new ways to die." A new ABCs of Death film is coming your way. Packed with twenty-six new shorts, ABCs of Death 2.5 will be released this Summer. And, each new tale will begin with the letter "M." Participating shorts include: "M for Moonstruck," "M is for Mother" and Todd E. Freeman's (Cell Count) "M is for Marriage." Each short is up to 3 minutes long. And, this newest film, in the ABCs of Death franchise, is over eighty-five minutes long. The trailer for this latest feature is hosted below. The trailer has all sorts of gooey goodness. From decapitations to shootings, the clip has all forms of maggoty madness. As well, these latest twenty-six shorts have been picked from 500 entries. So, the absolute blood-splattering best will be in this latest incarnation. More on ABCs of Death 2.5 is available below (also called ABCs of Death 2 1/2: World »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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