May 26, 2012

'The Bunny Game' demands you Obey - New Poster and Blu-ray/DVD release date

Back in April the first teaser poster for Adam Rehmeier's controversial The Bunny Game debuted (you can see that poster here). Now, as you can see, the second teaser poster has surfaced, entitled Obey, and it looks suitably sinister to my eyes. The film which has been banned in the UK will finally see its long overdue US release on July 17th, when it will hit DVD and Blu-ray/DVD combo pack.

May 25, 2012

Filthy Review - Chronicle

Chronicle (2012)

Review by Jude Felton

I am sure am at not alone when I say that film companies really need to tighten the reins when it comes to making their film previews. What we do want is a teaser that lures us in wanting to see more, of what hopefully will be a fun movie. What we don’t want is the movie condensed into 2 minutes. Chronicle does run very close to having the movie spoiled by having a very revealing preview. Still, that being said, it did do the trick and I was looking forward to checking out the movie.

Pascal Laugier's 'The Tall Man' release date confirmed

Director Pascal Laugier's previous movie was the devastating Martyrs, and it really packed a punch. Now he is back with The Tall Man, which stars Jessica Biel, in a tale of a town in which children start vanishing. The film will be hitting theaters on August 31st from Image Entertainment.

'Hatchet 3' cast additions announced

Variety have just announced some new confirmed additions to the cast of the upcoming Hatchet 3  from MPI/Dark Sky Films and Ariescope. The sequel, which is this time directed by BJ McDonnell , will now star Derek Mears, who recently ran rampant in Steven C Miller's The Aggression Scale, as SWAT Team Leader Tyler Hawes. Joining him will be Caroline Williams. They will be joining returning stars Kane Hodder and Danielle Harris. For more details keep reading

May 23, 2012

Filthy Review - Metal Tornado

Metal Tornado (2011)

Review by Jude Felton

When I first heard of this movie I thought it could be one of two things. It could either be a 80s’ hair-metal documentary or it could be a SyFy channel style disaster flick. Well, it is the latter and it stars Lou Diamond Phillips in the lead role. But, for purposes of this review I would like you to throw your devil horns in the air every time I say Metal Tornado. If you’d like to throw in a “Hell yeah!” please don’t let me stop you.

Breaking Glass Pictures bring 'Scalene' to Blu-ray and DVD

Breaking Glass Pictures, who have been releasing some terrific flicks of late, have announced their next release. On July 31st they will be releasing Zack Parker's Scalene to Blu-ray and DVD, and this is one release that I am personally very happy to see happen. I really enjoyed Parker's previous movie, Quench (you can read my review here), and have been eager to see this film since I first heard about it. Read on for more details on the release. 

Filthy Giveaway - 'The Collapsed' DVD - Closed

On June 5th Anchor Bay will be releasing the DVD of Justin McConnell's apocalyptic thriller The Collapsed. I was fortunate to catch the movie last July, and reviewed it here, and since then have been following the film's progress and have been eagerly awaiting a wide release. I personally think it is a cracking flick and am happy to say that I have 2 copies of the DVD to giveaway.

May 22, 2012

Bronson and Norris invade Blu-ray this Summer

Blu-ray is about to get just a little bit more manlier, with the upcoming releases of several Death Wish flicks, starring Charles Bronson, and the Chuck Norris bill of Delta Force, Missing in Action and Missing in Action 2. MGM will be releasing Delta Force, MIA and MIA 2 on June 5th as Walmart exclusives. Then on July 17th they will be unleashing Lone Wolf McQuade and Code of Silence. Death Wish 2,3 & 4 will be hitting Blu on August 14th. Damn, that is a lot of man action!

May 20, 2012

Filthy Review - The Aggression Scale

The Aggression Scale (2012)

Review by Jude Felton

Right from the very start of director Steven C. Miller’s The Aggression Scale you are left under absolutely no illusion as to what kind of movie you are watching. It starts with a visual punch to the face and never really lets up. This flick is an angry, snarling little beast that smells blood and wants you, the viewer, to taste it. Mind you, with the name of the film being what it is, you didn’t really expect a happy-go-lucky kind of flick did you?