June 28, 2013

Kitamura assures us that 'No One Lives' UK Trailer and Release Details

After the debacle that was the release of Midnight Meat Train (good movie, bad handling), it's good to see Ryuhei (Versus) Kitamura back with a new movie. Opening in UK theaters, from Anchor Bay, on September 6th, No One Lives stars Luke Evans and  it looks bloody mental! WWE Studios best film yet? Could well be. Scroll down to check out a ton of stills and the UK trailer!

June 27, 2013

First official stills from 'Curse of Chucky'

Chucky makes a return this year, when Curse of Chucky hits Blu-ray and DVD in the Fall. Now the first official stills have debuted, and it would be rude of me not to share them! Above is Alice holding Chucky, and below, as well as the synopsis for Curse, is one entitled Chucky in Box. What is certain is that I am sure we can expect plenty of Good Guy Doll mayhem when the film debuts.

Roar Uthuang's 'Escape' coming to DVD

On July 29th Entertainment One will be releasing Escape onto DVD in the UK. The film is directed by Roar Uthuang, who directed the Cold Prey movies, and also stars Cold Prey's Ingrid Bolso Bersal, as well as Kristian Espedel aka Gaahl. I'm a huge fan of the first two Cold Prey (Fritt Vilt) movies, so I will definitely be checking this out. Full synopsis and stills can be found below.

June 25, 2013

Filthy Review - 'Gallhammer: The End'

Gallhammer: The End (2011)

Peaceville Records

Review by Wayne Simmons

Gallhammer’s third LP The End was released in 2011 and features no guitar. After eight years, two LP length releases and a string of demos and EPs, guitarist, Mika Penetrator, dropped out of the Tokyo-based black metal trio leaving bassist/ vocalist Vivian Slaughter and drums/ vocalist, Risa Reaper, to continue on as a two-piece.

Renny Harlin explores 'The Dyatlov Pass Incident'

The new Blair Witch Project? Well, that's how Anchor Bay are selling Renny Harlin's new movie (through a quote from Scream Magazine), The Dyatlov Pass Incident, which hits UK theaters on August 23rd. Based on a true story about nine skiers who went missing in the Ural Mountains in Russia in 1959, Harlin has added his own spin on the tale. I'll be keeping an eye out for this one, as Harlin is capable of a good movie, and in the meantime you can check out a ton of stills below.