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What if the creatures in a game like Pokémon Go came to life and tried to kill those who caught them? This creepy concept is explored in Brendan Jackson Rogers' upcoming film Gotta Kill ’Em All, and we have a look at stills from the new horror film and DVD release details for Rogers' recent movie, Bubba the Redneck Werewolf. In today's Horror Highlights, we also have details on Lionsgate Home Entertainment's Frankenstein: The Real Story / The Real Wolfman double feature DVD and a trailer and release info for Havenhurst.
Gotta Kill ’Em All Stills and Bubba The Redneck Werewolf DVD: Press Release: "The wait is over! Bubba The Redneck Werewolf is available today on DVD/Blu-Ray/VOD! Click here for our official announcement of the release.
Bubba has had an amazing festival run! The film was an official selection at the Silver Scream and Comic Fest in Santa Rosa, »
- Derek Anderson
Finally, finally, finally a Laura centric episode! And it was well worth the wait.
It took slogging through a morass of tedium, but on Incorporated Season 1 Episode 6 we finally got to see what happened to Laura eight years ago, and how it started her downward spiral of self destruction.
I've made it very clear that the only character that means a damn to me on this show is Laura. She has a heart, a soul, and actual Feelings, which is very hard to come by in this world.
The fact that she is being used by Ben is heartbreaking, because for some reason she really loves that louse.
Ben is such a stone cold schemer, and to use another human being the way he uses Laura is reprehensible.
I mean, using birth control behind Laura's back, when you know that all she wants in the whole world is a baby? »
- Ron Gilmer
2 items from 2017
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