One-Eyed Monster (2008)
Make sure to come back each day this weekend for your daily list of horror on TV.
In addition, "Camera Obscura" has now rolled out a total of seven episodes online so far. Have you been watching?
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Notable Horror on TV - Friday,
9.00pm Unrest (Horror Channel)
Gory Grey’s Anatomy that sees a med student develop a powerful new sense of observation after encountering a mysterious cadaver that might not be dead. A real corpse is said to have been used in the film.
9.00pm Digital Man (Movies4Men)
A crack squad of soldiers is sent to hunt down an out-of-control robot inadvertently set loose on a small community. But not all is what it seems when a saboteur is suspected within the unit.
10.00pm The Land That Time Forgot (Syfy +1)
A Caribbean cruise ship is left shipwrecked by a mysterious storm and the survivors find themselves stranded on an island inhabited by dinosaurs and a host of deadly prehistoric mammals. Action adventure,
8.00pm Eight Legged Freaks (ITV4)
Sci-fi action comedy in a 1950s B-movie vein. A chemical spill creates massive man-eating spiders which launch a vicious attack on the population of a small mining town. While the residents fight for their lives, can the local sheriff and a tourist save the day?
9.00pm Leverage (Bravo)
The slick Us action-drama series featuring hi-tech Robin Hoods exacting revenge on the wealthy and wicked returns for a second series. Nate reunites the team to help a Boston banker take on the local Irish mob.
10.00pm Legacy (Horror Channel +1)
Raucous teen comedy with a killer twist. When a geeky girl is killed at the hottest sorority on campus, the hottest babes on campus (Haylie Duff and Madeline Zima
The Norwegian 1970s-style slasher Manhunt (a.k.a. Rovdyr, pictured below), directed and co-written by Patrik Syversen, follows on May 22. Then on June 5, Credit Crunch Cinema presents Deadgirl in association with heavy rock magazine Kerrang! Scripted by Trent Haaga, Marcel Sarmiento and Gadi Harel’s movie concerns two teenage misfits who discover a naked, chained, (probably) deceased woman in an abandoned hospital.
The screenings will take place at Vue Cinemas in Cambridge, Edinburgh, Manchester, Bristol and London’s West End, with more fright flicks to be announced. All Credit Crunch Cinema
When the director (Jeff Denton) subsequently asks Jeremy if his tallywhacker is now up to the task, the actor replies in the affirmative. Jumping back into the scene (and onto Hart), Jeremy puts his bratwurst to the test. All seems well…until he starts to convulse and Hart starts to scream. Cut is quickly called
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Grindhouse Double Feature: Beast Of The Yellow Night/Keep My Grave Open: Alpha
Keep My Grave Open: A crazy woman who lives in an old mansion thinks she's with her brother/lover, who lures victims to her.
Beast: Satan saves Ashley from death on condition he become his disciple (and, as it turns out, a hairy murderous beast).
The Centerfold Girls (special edition): Dark Sky
The most beautiful girls in the world... Some are for loving... Some are for killing!
A reedy man wearing saddle shoes and an ill-fitting suit drags the nude
Currently strewn across shelves are Donkey Punch and Vinyan, two festival-heavy horror films that couldn't possibly be more different. One's about venal young jerks, and the other is about heartbroken (but stupid) parents. Really bad things happen to all of them.
This Tuesday we're getting the old-school-style monster movie Splinter, which is really quite good. If you like prickly monsters, that is. On the same day ... whoa. It looks like someone actually bothered to exhume flicks like Repossessed, Slaughter High, and My Best Friend Is a Vampire. That
Films with killer dicks can be surprisingly entertaining. Yes, I just said that. It's true! Go watch Killer Condom. It's good! Surprisingly good! Whether or not Killer Condom is a fluke in the killer dick sub-genre remains to be seen; One-Eyed Monster could outdo it!
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