4 items from 2009
Its that time gang where we look back at the best films of 2009 and this go around I want to look at the best horror films of 2009. In an effort to be as transparent as I can I should point out not every film on my list had a theatrical release in 2009. Some had theatrical releases either small or internationally before but never really got wide release until hitting dvd in 2009. So for that reason I have taken some leeway with my list.
There are tons of great horror films out there and I wish I had seen them all but here is 10 that I think stood out from the crowd and are worthy of being added to any fans collection!
Trick R treat: Trick R Treat was released into various niche film festivals and got rave reviews from horror fans and critics and when it hit dvd it lived up to all the hype. »
Emmerdale was the most-watched soap yesterday, overnight figures show. The rural serial's midweek episode, which saw Charity inform Carl that she's going alone in her plot to fleece Cain, drew 6.96m (33%) in the half hour from 7pm. Doctors' latest instalment titled 'End of the Line', in which Ruth found herself questioning her neighbours' suitability for parenthood, pulled in 1.68m (22.4%) in its usual time of 1.45pm on BBC One. Channel 4's screening of Hollyoaks averaged 1.53m (7.5%) (more) »
- By Kris Green
Another week has passed, so you know what that means. Your creepy, chainsaw-wielding rodent friend Psycho Bunny has arrived with a look back at the past seven days in blood-drenched horror goodness. I've taken every story from the past week and broken them down in easy-to-digest tasty little nuggets of terror. Eat 'em up and swallow 'em down, 'cause after this meal, you'll be filled with knowledge and ready to start another wicked week.
Start reading after the jump!
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• Dark Sky Films gave Fango the scoop on the DVDetails for Plague Town, its first in-house production. The grisly killer-kids flick hits disc May 12.
Directed by DVD documentaries veteran David Gregory from a script he wrote with John Cregan, Plague Town is set in an Irish village where a family of stranded vacationers are terrorized by deformed children. The special features include:
Retail price is $24.98. The movie will also hit more big screens (and our March Chicago and April La Fango cons) prior to disc; we’ll have that info shortly. See the official website here and read our set-visit report in Fango #281, on sale this month.
4 items from 2009
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