2 items from 2008
2008 is burnt toast.
Allow me to reflect on a handful of new genre films that rocked my sickening socks this year past.
Now, I'm not saying that these are The best...but they're My favorites...I think. I may have forgot one or two or three. Anyway...
Here we go….in no particular order….
Cloverfield: When I was a kid I had these heart seizing night terrors about something big and evil trying to get me. I could never
put my finger upon what that monster was upon waking. I felt its presence, however. It was a feeling, a dread…something. Cloverfield is that terror made flesh. I saw this horrifying first person shocker in the theatre twice and both times it managed to totally demolish me and push my buttons to the very bone and back. Seeing it on the small screen robs it of its majesty but in any size medium, »
Writer/director Sean Cain (pictured on the set of his first feature Naked Beneath The Water) got in touch with some details about his second shocker, Silent Night, Zombie Night. A co-production of his Velvet Hammer Films and ArsonCuff Entertainment, the grisly feature gets rolling next month.
Silent Night stars genre vets Lew (The Devil’S Rejects) Temple, Felissa (Sleepaway Camp) Rose and Vernon (The Road Warrior) Wells. “The plot is a little like a love triangle between three friends,” Cain tells Fango. “Frank Talbot and Nash Jackson have been partners on the Lapd for many years—almost the same amount of time that Frank has been married to his wife, Sarah. However, on the day an undead plague breaks out, Frank takes an injured Nash back to the younger man’s apartment and finds his wife there with a packed bag. Because of the zombies, they are trapped inside »
2 items from 2008
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