Gosh and begorrah, but isn't it time to be wishin' you a Happy Saint Patrick's Day, boyo. And on this blessed occasion, before I get pissed and start acting the maggot, I need to act the tout and tell you that everyone's favorite Irish imp is coming back for more malevolent mischief.
Directed by: Simeon Halligan
Written by: Simeon Halligan, Mat Archer, Stephen Trimingham
Cast: Holly Weston, Stephen Martin Walters, Sacha Dhawan, Jonathan Readwin
I just finished watching Splintered, a 2010 British horror flick that's recently received a spiffy DVD/Blu-ray combo pack release. Since it took up my whole morning, I want to do it justice. So let me see...what kind of movie is Splintered ?
Directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo
Written by Nicolas Casariego and Jamie Marques
Featuring Clive Owen, Carice Van Houten, Daniel Bruhl, Pilar Lopez de Ayala, Ella Purnell, Izan Corchero, Kerry Fox, Hector Alterio
Word came directly from Dieter Laser’s Facebook page this morning that he has officially dropped out of Human Centipede 3, just seven weeks before start of production. In an exclusive interview with the German film site Screen/Read, the actor, who played the unhinged Dr. Heiter in the 2009 cult hit The Human Centipede (First Sequence), expressed some trepidation about the way his character was portrayed in the script.
Poor Jennifer Lawrence. Currently fighting for her life on movie screens around the world in The Hunger Games, this talented young lady probably could use a break. But based on the trailer for her next film, House at the End of the Street, she won't be getting one any time soon.
Directed by: Rick Rosenthal
Written by; John Carpenter, Debra Hill
Starring: Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasence, Lance Guest, Pamela Susan Shoop, Charles Cyphers
This review was originally slated for last October. However, just days after viewing the Halloween 2 30th Anniversary Edition disc, the Moustapha Akkad credit controversy sort of eclipsed the release. If you’ll recall, when the much-anticipated Blu-ray debuted last fall, fans noticed the opening credits had been altered. Universal had replaced Akkad’s “presents” credit with a Universal/MCA card.