February 17, 2012

Corman's World Blu-ray and DVD Release Info

Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel is a documentary that I have been quite looking forward to, and on March 27th it will be hitting Blu-ray and DVD from Anchor Bay. Let's face it, this one man film industry should make for a really entertaining movie. 

Kid in the Box teaser trailer released

You want creepy? Well the extended teaser trailer for Gabriele Albanesi's upcoming Kid in the Box might just give you your fill. The movie is the sequel to his, in my opinion, underrated The Last House in the Woods from 2006. Despite its generic title, the Italian flick was a twisted, gory little number and I thoroughly enjoyed it. If you want to check it out it was released by Ghost House Underground in the States.

February 16, 2012

Resurrection County DVD/VOD Details

On March 20th MTI Home Video will be releasing their latest horror flick. Entitled Resurrection County, the film will hit DVD, VOD and Digital Download, and follows some campers that fall foul of the locals. Where have I heard that before? Full details below, as well as the trailer

MIAMI, FL -- On March 20, 2012, MTI Home Video, the leading film studio for independent filmmakers, will release the thrilling horror film RESURRECTION COUNTY on DVD, VOD and Digital Download. When traveling through Resurrection County, mind the signs, one false move out there could be your last. 

When four suburbanite campers roll into the remote town of Enoch, they find southern hospitality still exists. But, things are not what they appear, as a weekend camping trip turns deadly... when the locals serve up their own brand of "an eye for an eye" justice. 

RESURRECTION COUNTY Stars Dayton Knoll (Sugar Creek), Adam Huss (Demon Slayer), Kathryn Michelle (Fallacy), Robert Miano (Donnie Brasco), and Rus Blackwell (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button). 

The film was directed by Matt Zettell (The Cellar Door), written by James Cotton (Demon Slayer, Sugar Creek) and Matt Yeager (Fable: Teeth of Beasts), with James Cotton, Greg Hartman and Mike Hill producing. 

DVD features include:  Closed Captioning, 16:9 Widescreen Format, 5.1 Dolby Digital Sound, Trailers and Optional Spanish Subtitles. 

February 15, 2012

Watch Horror Shorts at Popcorn Horror

If you know me, then you know I especially enjoy short films. In particular the I enjoy the horror variety. I've watched and reviewed plenty over the months, and years, and now there is an App for your Android or IOS that you can download for free and watch all the best in new horror shorts. Pretty sweet it is too. A Taste of Love is the latest short to be added

New Canadian Distribution Company Launches With If A Tree Falls

Black Fawn Distribution is a new Canadian distribution company that just started its Video On Demand service. The first film to be screened is the Gabriel Carrer directed horror flick If a Tree Falls. You can view the movie online for 3 days for the paltry sum of $2.99, which is a steal if you ask me, and the money goes straight to the filmmakers.

They are also on the lookout for new films looking for Canadian distribution, so hit up the link below and check out what they are doing!

If a Tree Falls Synopsis

Siblings, Brad and Lisa Carpenter, along with two lifelong family friends, Will and Vanessa, set out road-tripping to an annual family reunion. They make the decision to find a place to stop and camp for the night. What ensues is a violent disturbance by six masked assailants, without motive or reason. The group find themselves living a night of psychological games and physical terror, and as morning dawns; the reality of what will come is more terrifying than anything the group could have ever imagined.

The Snowtown Murders (formerly Snowtown) New Trailer

The incredible Australian movie Snowtown now has a new title and trailer. The film, directed by Justin Kurzel, is now known as The Snowtown Murders and will be released in New York on March 2nd. You can check out my review of the movie here. It really is a quite remarkable, and not to mention disturbing, movie.

Elizabeth Harvey (Louise Harris) is raising her three boys in Adelaide's poor northern suburbs. After her latest boyfriend displays pedophilic tendencies, she takes up with a new man, hoping for security but instead winds up welcoming an even more vicious predator into her home.

John Bunting (Daniel Henshall) is the moral compass among a circle of friends who hold self-appointed neighborhood watch meetings at the kitchen table. Fueled by cigarettes and beer they cast judgments on those living around them. Bunting enlists his crew in acts of sadistic vigilantism on those he considers deviants takes Elizabeth's son Jamie (Lucas Pittaway) under his wing. In a mix of misdirected hero worship and terror, Jamie becomes an accomplice to a spree of torture and murder.

February 14, 2012

Filthy Review - Take Shelter

Take Shelter (2011)

Review by Jude Felton

Sometimes when reviewing a movie it is very easy to categorize what I have just seen. For a start it makes it a lot easier for the reader to get a grasp on what they could potentially be watching. So, with that in mind I will get it out of the way right now, that Take Shelter really does defy being put in any category. It can be viewed as a drama, a horror movie, an art house flick or none of the above. Go in with no preconceptions because it really is that sort of film.

Take Shelter focuses on Curtis, played by Michael Shannon, who is your everyday hard working family man. He dotes on his deaf daughter and loves his wife. Sure, he likes a beer after work with his buddies, but his family is his focus. That focus, however, is broken when he begins to be plagued by horrific dreams that foretell of something terrible.

Curtis isn’t sure if he is having visions or if he is losing his mind, as his mother did when she was his age. Despite the conflicts in his mind he sets about work on his storm shelter, even though he finds himself increasingly at odds with his family and friends.

I have often described films as being slowburning affairs, but Take Shelter truly is one that fits this description perfectly. I found myself constantly questioning what was happening, what really is going on, yet I was in no real hurry to find out as the movie slowly swept me along in its clutches.

Take Shelter manages to pull all sorts of emotions from you as you watch the story unfold; from joy to sadness, dread and horror, in its skillfully played out story it brings all those out and more.
Visually it is a quite straightforward movie, with the occasional scene that will strike you with awe. Don’t be fooled though, this is not an action film nor is it a straightforward end of the world movie. It’s a movie that constantly has you questioning it and second guessing it. This is due to the skillful writing and direction of Jeff Nichols, so keep an eye out for future work from this director.

A film like this would not work if you did not believe the central performance of Curtis. Fortunately Michael Shannon absolutely nails the roles, every emotion is played out on his face, and his delivery is nothing short of exceptional. You will feel for this character one hundred percent, I really cannot speak too highly of Shannon. He is also quite ably supported by Jessica Chastain, as his loving but patience tested wife. The on screen chemistry is perfect and they compliment each other perfectly.

So, is there anything wrong with this movie, I hear you ask? Quite truthfully, no. It had me captivated from start to finish. The minimal CGI was used sparingly, yet effectively, as it is quite apparent that this is no multi-million dollar extravaganza. Take shelter is a character piece, a small slice of life if you will, yet it manages to portray the big picture when it needs to.

Take Shelter is quite simply a terrific movie that had me speechless as it drew to a close. Speechless aside from one word, and that was “wow”. Yes it is that good and I urge you to see it.

Take Shelter is available now on Blu-ray and DVD from Sony Pictures Classics

Salmon Fishing in the Yemen - New Trailer and Stills

The upcoming comedy Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, starring Ewan McGregor, Emily Blunt and Kristin Scott Thomas, from director Lasse Hallstrom has a new trailer for you all to check out. The unlikely story of a Sheikh who wants to introduce fly-fishing to the desert, and the fisheries expert that is brought in to help, looks very funny judging from this trailer. You can make up your own minds though.

Written by Simon Beaufoy, from the novel by Paul Torday, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen is set to open on March 9th from CBS Films.

From the director of Chocolat and the Oscar-winning® screenwriter of Slumdog Millionaire comes the inspirational comedy Salmon Fishing in the Yemen. When Britain's leading fisheries expert (Ewan McGregor) is approached by a consultant (Emily Blunt) to help realize a sheikh's (Amr Waked) vision of bringing the sport of fly-fishing to the desert, he immediately thinks the project is both absurd and unachievable. But when the Prime Minister's overzealous press secretary (Kristin Scott Thomas) latches on to it as a "good will" story, this unlikely team will put it all on the line and embark on an upstream journey of faith and fish to prove the impossible, possible.

Natural Selection - New Trailer and Release Date

The new comedy Natural Selection, from writer/director Robbie Pickering, starring Rachael Harris, who you may well recognize from The Hangover, will be opening on March 16th at the Angelika Film Center in New York. The film is nominated for two 2012 Independent Spirits Awards and also picked up 7 awards at the 2011 South by Southwest Film Festival. I've got the new trailer, if you scroll down, for you to check out.

Linda White (Rachael Harris), a devoted Christian housewife, leads a sheltered existence in suburban Texas. Her world is turned upside-down when she discovers that her dying husband, Abe, has a 23-year old illegitimate son named Raymond (Matt O'Leary) living in Florida. Somewhere on the edge of guilt and loneliness, Linda grants Abe's final wish and sets off on a quixotic journey to find Raymond and bring him back. Along the way, Linda's wonderfully bizarre relationship with Raymond will teach her more about herself than she ever imagined possible and force her to come to terms with her troubled past.

The Wicker Tree Blu-ray and DVD release details

Robin Hardy's The Wicker Tree, which is the follow-up/companion piece to his 1973 flick The Wicker Man, will be hitting Blu-ray and DVD on April 24th, courtesy of Anchor Bay. Now, I really quite enjoyed this movie, and you can check out my review of the theatrical release here, so I would say that it is definitely worth checking out, especially if you go into it with an open mind and not just comparing it to the iconic 70's flick.

Based on Hardy’s acclaimed 2006 novel “Cowboys for Christ,” The Wicker Tree tells the story of Texas-based singer Beth Boothby (newcomer Brittania Nicol) and her friend Steve Thomson (Henry Garrett, “The Bill,” “Skins”), two born-again Christians who come to Scotland to spread the gospel. When their initial efforts are met with disdain and disinterest, they find comfort in an invitation to sing in Tressock, the border fiefdom owned by Sir Lachlan Morrison (Graham McTavish, Rambo, the upcoming The Hobbit films).

However, Beth’s and Steve’s message of personal chastity quickly comes into direct conflict with Tressock’s sexual and religious practices, drawing upon ancient Celtic beliefs and rituals. Temptations begin to challenge Beth and Steve – with the stakes no less than their very lives and souls...

Lee, who played the mysterious Lord Summerisle in the original (in a career that includes Count Dracula and the Frankenstein monster in the classic Hammer films, Count Dooku in Star Wars Episodes II & III, and Saruman in the Lord of the Rings trilogy as well as the upcoming pair of films based on The Hobbit), returns again in a dramatic cameo. Rounding out the cast are Jacqueline Leonard (“Holby City,” “The Bill”) as Lady Delia Morrison, Clive Russell (Sherlock Holmes, The 13th Warrior) as Beame, James Mapes (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Conversations with God) as Reverend Moriarty and Honeysuckle Weeks (“Foyle’s War” and numerous other UK TV projects) as Lolly.

Bonus features on The Wicker Tree  Blu-ray™ and DVD include a behind-the-scenes featurette, deleted scenes and the theatrical trailer.

The Watermen and Jabberwock UK DVD release update

Just a quick update for UK readers, or for those with a multi-region player, about a couple of upcoming releases from Chelsea Films. The Jason Mewes flick The Watermen will now be hitting DVD on April 23rd and Jabberwock: Dragon Siege will surface on May 28th. 

The Watermen Synopsis

A group of hot, rich, young things led by the dynamic Trailor (Mewes – Clerks, Mallrats, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back) set out for a deep-sea fishing trip on a million-dollar yacht, but soon their fun turns into disaster when a fire damages their engine and they find themselves marooned in the middle of the ocean.
Spotting a ship on the horizon they alert them to their distress and are rescued, but the crew aren’t what they first seem and the dream trip turns into a nightmare as they fight for survival against the merciless clutches of The Watermen.

Jabberwock Synopsis

A fearsome Dragon is unleashed from a mythical world to wreak havoc upon a village in Jabberwock: Dragon Siege. A courageous young knight, is summoned back to his home village by his elder brother to be with his sick father. But their reunion is short-lived as a terrified and half-crazed traveller arrives in the village with ramblings of a winged monster. The villagers scoff at his tall tales but soon blood-curdling shrieks are heard and a ruthless dragon swoops down attacking everyone in its sights. The brothers must battle the monstrous beast to save their village and their loved ones.

February 13, 2012

Xavier Gens' The Divide Blu-ray and DVD Details

Xavier Gens, who brought us Frontiers and Hitman, has his latest movie, the apocalyptic horror flick, The Divide released on Unrated Blu-ray and DVD on April 17th. It will be released by Anchor Bay and features an audio commentary from Gens and stars Michael Biehn, Milos Ventimiglia and Michael Eklund. The movie was placed second at the prestigious Toronto After Dark Film Festival, and I for one cannot wait for it.


Starring Lauren German, Michael Biehn, Milo Ventimiglia, Courtney B. Vance, Iván González, Michael Eklund with Ashton Holmes and Rosanna Arquette.
 Taking over on Unrated Blu-ray™ and DVD on April 17.

Beverly Hills, CA – It only took a moment for the world to change. And for those who survived, they’ll wish they hadn’t...  On April 17, Anchor Bay Entertainment dares you to witness the unnerving claustrophobic post-apocalyptic thriller The Divide. Starring Lauren German (Hostel: Part II, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre) Michael Biehn (Tombstone, The Abyss, The Terminator), Milo Ventimiglia (“Heroes,” Rocky Balboa), Courtney B. Vance (The Hunt for Red October, Final Destination 5), Iván González (Rich Kids), Michael Eklund (Watchmen, 88 Minutes), Ashton Holmes (“Revenge,” A History of Violence) and Rosanna Arquette (Pulp Fiction, The Whole Nine Yards), the Anchor Bay Films release generated massive buzz at last year’s SXSW Festival and placed second at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival for Best Feature Film.  Just like the recent theatrical release, The Divide is presented unrated and uncut on Blu-ray™ and DVD. 

A sudden nuclear attack forces nine strangers into a small, decrepit apartment building basement for shelter. Trapped for days underground with no hope of rescue, and unknown horrors awaiting them outside, the group begins to descend into madness, acting out vicious bouts of psychological and physical torture upon one another. As supplies dwindle, tensions flare, and they grow increasingly deranged, each digresses into a volatile and primal state of being.  As everyone in the bunker gradually sheds the humanity they once held, even the thinnest chance of escape holds no promise of salvation on the outside.

Eight Rooks from Twitch named The Divide “far and away one of the highlights of the year,” and David Voigt from The Examiner gave it “4 out of 5 stars! A tense, claustrophic and stunning thriller.” Arrow in the Head’s John Fallon declared the film “a lean, mean and nasty little masterpiece,” while AICN Horror’s Mark L. Miller called it “truly harrowing.”

The Divide Blu-ray™/DVD combo and DVD include an audio commentary with director Xavier Gens, and actors Michael Biehn, Milo Ventimiglia and Michael Eklund, and the theatrical trailer.

New Stills for Statham flick Safe

I just received a couple of new stills for the upcoming Jason Statham flick Safe. You can check them out, along with the trailer, down below. The Boaz Yakin directed movie is set for an April 27th release at theaters.

A second-rate cage fighter on the mixed martial arts circuit, Luke Wright lives a numbing life of routine beatings and chump change...until the day he blows a rigged fight. Wanting to make an example of him, the Russian Mafia murders his family and banishes him from his life forever, leaving Luke to wander the streets of New York destitute, haunted by guilt, and tormented by the knowledge that he will always be watched, and anyone he develops a relationship with will also be killed. 

But when he witnesses a frightened twelve-year-old Chinese girl, Mei, being pursued by the same gangsters who killed his wife, Luke impulsively jumps to action...and straight into the heart of a deadly high-stakes war. Mei, he discovers, is no ordinary girl, but an orphaned math prodigy forced to work for the Triads as a "counter." He discovers she holds in her memory a priceless numerical code that the Triads, the Russian mob and a corrupt faction of the NYPD will kill for. 

Realizing he's the only person Mei can trust, Luke tears a swath through the city's brutal underworld to save an innocent girl's life...and perhaps even redeem his own.

David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 3 Disc Blu-ray Details

I'm a big fan of the Niels Arden Oplev version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, but missed David Fincher's film when it played theaters. The good news is that it is set for a 3 disc Blu-ray/DVD/UltraViolet release on March 20th from Sony Home Entertainment, and it has a bucketload of extras included, which is usually the case for a Fincher movie.

Disgraced journalist Mikael Blomkvist (Daniel Craig) accepts an invitation to surreptitiously investigate a forty year old unsolved murder on behalf of the victim's uncle, Swedish industrialist Henrik Vanger (Christopher Plummer). Meanwhile, tattooed hacker Lisbeth Salander (Rooney Mara), hired to investigate Blomkvist, discovers the truth behind the conspiracy that led to his fall from grace. Thrown together by fate, the unlikely duo uncovers a secret history of murder and sexual abuse festering beneath the veneer of Sweden's industrial past, all the while drawing closer to a quiet evil waiting to engulf them both.

Special Features: 
  • Commentary by Director David Fincher

  • TEMP NAME****The Vanger Acrchives

  • Mikael Blomkvist

  • In The Cottage

  • Anita In The Window

  • Harriet At The Parade

  • Vanger Newsletter

  • Vanger, Martin

  • Wrapped In Plastic

  • Vanger, Martin-Previsualization/Set Design

  • Hedestad

  • Vanger Estate

  • Vanger Attic

  • Harald’s Den

  • Stockholms Tunnelbana

  • ADR

  • Visual Effects Montage

  • Commentary by Tim Miller of Blur Studio (Instruction Page)

  • Main Titles-Angle 1

  • Main Titles-Angle 2

  • Main Titles-Angle 3

  • Main Titles-Composite

  • Commentary by Director David Prior

  • Metal One Sheet

  • Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method Blu-ray and DVD Details

    David Cronenberg's eagerly awaited movie about Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung is all set for a Blu-ray, DVD and Digital release on March 27th from Sony Picture Classics and Sony Home Entertainment. The movie features a wonderful cast of Viggo Mortensen, Keira Knightly, Michael Fassbender and Vincent Cassel and premiered at the 2011 Venice Film Festival. 

    Extras included are a feature commentary from David Cronenberg, The Maiking of A Dangerous Method and AFI's Master Seminar with David Cronenberg.

    Based on the true story of renowned psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, his determined colleague Carl Jung, and a disturbed patient who challenged the minds and work ethics of both men, A Dangerous Method arrives on Blu-ray™, DVD and digital March 27th from Sony Pictures Classics and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. This riveting, dark drama from director David Cronenberg brings together a prominent ensemble cast including Academy Award® nominee Keira Knightley (Lead Actress, Pride & Prejudice), Academy Award® nominee Viggo Mortensen (Lead Actor, Eastern Promises), Golden Globe® nominee Michael Fassbender (Best Actor, Shame) and Vincent Cassel (Black Swan).

    February 12, 2012

    Filthy Review - Nude Nuns with Big Guns

    Nude Nuns with Big Guns (2010)

    Review by Jude Felton

    Director Joseph Guzman seems to have a knack of coming up with snappy names for his movies. Sure, Nude Nuns with Big Guns, which was made in 2010, is only his second feature length movie, but it is following on from Run! Bitch Run! They catch the eye for sure. In fact not only do they have catchy titles in common, they also have similar themes, of revenge amongst others, as well as a little in movie tie-in.

    During my review of 2009’s Run! Bitch Run! I make mention of the opening scenes containing drugs, nudity, blood and nuns. This is mainly down to the fact that the short movie from which Nude Nuns with Big Guns is based is showing on a TV set. So, it obviously made good sense to make that into a full length feature film. Hell, it worked out just dandy for Jason Eisener’s Hobo with a Shotgun, so why not with a bunch of nude nuns?

    The story is a classic tale of drugs, violence, sex and a shitload more violence. In a corrupt church the priest has his nuns, who are nude of course, make and package drugs for the local biker gang, Los Muertos. One of the nuns, Sarah, finds herself enslaved by the gang, and its leader Chavos, and hanging onto life by a very thin thread.

    The long and short of it being that Sarah does manage to escape, and thanks to what she thinks is divine intervention, finds herself transformed into an ass-kicking sister of vengeance. There is of course slightly more to the plot and film, but you wouldn’t want everything spelled out for you, would you?

    If Run! Bitch Run! was, intentionally, a little rough around the edges, then Nude Nuns with Big Guns is a far more polished affair. It does manage to retain that modernized grindhouse feel, however the movie seems to have a far more accomplished feel to it. It does wear its influences for all to see, I couldn’t help but see and hear the movies of Tarantino, Rodriguez and even the maestro Sergio Leone, as this flick played out. This wasn’t necessarily a bad thing, although I would have liked to see Guzman stamp a little more of his own identity on the film.

    As for the content of the film it really is awash with all the good stuff you might expect. You have lashings of violence, nudity and all other manner of sinful content to keep fans of nu-exploitation happy. The cast, clothed or other otherwise, all seemed to relish their roles and as such put in remarkably solid performances, with probably the stand-out being David Castro as Chavo.

    Nude Nuns with Big Guns is a classic case of a movie just being damned good fun. Yes, there are plenty of unsavory moments to behold, but the tone of the movie is far from the more serious and disturbing movies that have cropped up of late. It may also not be the most original piece of cinema to ever grace the screen, yet there is more than enough going on to remain thoroughly enjoyable.

    If the current trend of trying to replicate the bygone era of grindhouse flicks grinds on you, then this probably isn’t the movie for you. If not then you will find an outrageous and entertaining blast of cinema (and nudity!).

    Nude Nuns with Big Guns is released on Blu-ray and DVD on February 14th by Image Entertainment

    Filthy Review - The Human Centipede 2 [Full Sequence]

    The Human Centipede 2 [Full Sequence] (2011)

    Review by Jude Felton

    Movies that court controversy are inevitably always going to find themselves an audience. Whether this controversy is found purely by chance, as was the case of Childs Play 3 in the UK, or intentionally, people will want to check out the movie. More often than not they will find themselves disappointed with what they find, as the imagery that can be conjured up in the mind is usually far worse than anything you will find in a movie. Granted, this isn’t always the case but there is a good chance that this is true.

    Director Tom Six is one such director that in my opinion is one such director that has set out with the intentions of creating such a fowl beast that word of mouth alone will guarantee his work gets seen. In 2009 he delivered the notorious The Human Centipede [First Sequence] which saw folk that wouldn’t normally check out extreme horror clammering to see what all the fuss was about. I was not one of those people.

    Two years on and Six is back with the sequel, subtitled [Full Sequence], and has delivered a movie that reeks of filth. Banned left, right and center or with numerous cuts, this sequel had tongues wagging long before anyone had seen it. Now, IFC and MPI Media Group have thrust the movie, completely uncut and uncensored, onto the American public. So then, what’s all the fuss about?

    In The Human Centipede 2 we get to meet Martin. He’s a short, fat, asthmatic security guard who is obsessed with The Human Centipede, here portrayed as a work of fiction. He sits in his booth watching the movie over and over again, a plan formulating in his twisted mind to one-up the fictional movie and to create his own 12 person human centipede. Working the night shift at a parking garage in the UK provides ample opportunity for him to find his unwilling victims, and find them he does.

    Shot in stark black and white, with only brief glimpses of color, The Human Centipede 2 is a filthy, violent and uncomfortable film to sit through. It doesn’t always make sense, for example smashing someone over the head repeatedly with a crowbar will not just knock someone out and how the hell does this asthmatic dwarf shift so many bodies? Logic is not the movie’s strong point. Striking a reaction from the viewer, however, certainly is. Virtually every scene reeks of a dirty violence, from Martin’s home life with his almost equally unstable mother to his savagely sick violent fantasy which is played out in full graphic detail. There is no let and no escape from the utter filth on display.

    Technically The Human Centipede benefits from being shot in black and white, with each shot being crystal clear and in your face. There is a noticeable absence on dialogue. The bit players have all the spoken word parts, with Martin’s role being played virtually dialogue-free. This could have been a risky move had it not been for actor Lawrence R. Harvey’s incredible performance as Martin. On top of his unique appearance he manages to illicit an incredible array of emotion purely through his facial expressions and body language. He might play an abhorrent character, but he plays it so damned well.

    So, if Tom Six’s intention was to create another controversial movie he has achieved this in spades. What may come as a surprise to some is that he has also created an incredible effective horror film. There are a few truly uncomfortable scenes to endure, ok then so there are more than a few, that will get right under your skin and will provide many a talking point.

    The Human Centipede may not be a perfect film, there are too many jumps in logic for that, but it is very good. You may never revisit the movie after watching it, as it is repugnant, but chances are that you will want to see what Six comes up with in The Human Centipede 3 [Final Sequence]. Yes, there is another movie planned in this truly twisted series of movies.

    The Human Centipede is released on Blu-ray and DVD on February 14th by IFC and MPI Media Group

    Deadheads to finally hit DVD in the States

    The self-professed Zomedy, Deadheads is finally set to see its DVD release here in the U.S. Freestyle releasing will be unleashing the movie, which is directed by The Pierce Brothers (Brett and Drew T.), on March 6th. Included in the extras should be an audio commentary from the Directors, although I will post more news as I get it. No plans, as yet, for a Blu-ray release, which I find a little annoying. Hopefully this will change though.

    Deadheads played the Toronto After Dark Film Festival last year and has just seen a DVD release back in the UK, it came out there in January I believe, so it is long overdue for its domestic release. Personally I cannot wait!

    Two inexplicably coherent zombies awake amidst a zombie attack and decide to take a road trip to find the one's lost love, unaware they are being chased by the agents of a ruthless company with it's own agenda.