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You Will Board Flight 7500 Only Once: Release Details

29 January 2016 11:50 AM, PST | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Japanese director Takashi Shimizu (The Grudge) returns to horror with Flight 7500. This film, formerly titled Flight 75, takes place on a haunted airliner. Here, an eclectic cast of characters do their best to survive the flight and touch down on Earth, once again. Completed in 2012, the film stars Ryan Kwanten ("True Blood"), Jerry Ferrara ("Entourage") and Scout Taylor-Compton. The film's release details are available here. For more on the story, Flight 7500 starts with a ten hour trip. Flying out of Los Angeles, this trip is destined for Tokyo. But, there is a short pit stop in hell, at 30,000 feet as a supernatural force attacks the passengers. This title had a theatrical release in 2014? That release was missed by this horror fan. But, Flight 7500 will see a second release on DVD, in April. Lionsgate Home Entertainment will distribute this title. And, a trailer for the film is hosted below. »

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Movie Review: The Forest

8 January 2016 4:15 AM, PST | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

“Hang on… yeah, no, we’re definitely lost.”

When I use the phrase “J-horror,” what comes to mind? More than likely, you think of Sadako from The Ring; a Japanese school girl with long hair disguising her horrible face, lurching towards you from inside a TV screen. There’s a good reason for that; Gore Verbinski’s 2002 adaptation of Ringu ignited a pop culture mania in the United States for J-horror adaptations, leading to The Grudge and Dark Water, both commercially successful in their own rights (though critically panned). These films were both accompanied by and followed by an onslaught of English remakes of J-horror films, as well as sequels to the now iconic The Ring and The Grudge. Few, if any, of these are films that what even a generous horror fan would call “worthwhile.”

As of 2010, the trend of J-horror adaptations has subsided in favor of our own ghost stories, »

- Chris Melkus

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