Clown exists because Director Jon Watts made a fake trailer of the same name, and presented it as if it was an upcoming Eli Roth film. When Eli Roth learned of this, he saw the short, loved it, and started working with Watts to bring his vision to life. There have been several killer clown […]
If you live in a cave, or like, Detroit or somewhere, you may not be aware that The Evil Dead was resurrected on the small screen in the form of Ash vs. Evil Dead on Starz. It was a wild ten episodes of gory, hilarious Bruce Campbell and friends that aired on the channel starting on […]
A ship docks fresh from Somalia which contains one infected worker that passes unnoticed into the very heart of India’s overpopulated bustling streets, setting off an unstoppable chain of events. Meanwhile, American turbine engineer Nicholas Burton (Joseph Millson, Casino Royale) is working in the stark yet tranquil Indian countryside when he receives a call from his love Ishani (Meenu), a local girl who lives on the outskirts of the slums of Mumbai and who has hidden their relationship from her tradition-minded father. She reveals she is now pregnant and scared for her life as chaos and terror have taken ahold of the cities as the dead return to life and attack the living. Nicholas has to battle his way across their 300 mile landscape filled with flesh-eating – and infectious – undead. With the help of young street kid Javed (Anand Goyal), he has to rely on his wits and sheer brute force to try and save them all, as the clock ticks off the minutes before the last flight out of a living hell…
A top executive is killed in an apparent suicide leap from the skyscraper headquarters of Gault Capital. But when the dead man’s loyal protégé Jane Porter (Butler) uncovers some startling criminal evidence, the corporation calls in their “crisis manager” Frank (Sweeney) to silence her forever. Eluding her pursuer, Jane soon finds herself trapped in an elevator between floors on a holiday weekend in a very empty building.
An update in regards to the Scream Factory/Anchor Bay Blu-ray release of Halloween: The Complete Collection
BLUE RUIN is a classic American revenge story, following a mysterious outsider whose quiet life is turned upside down when he returns to his childhood home, determined to carry out an act of vengeance. His inexperience as an assassin lands him in a brutal fight to protect his estranged family in this critically-acclaimed new thriller by director Jeremy Saulnier (MURDER PARTY). Starring Macon Blair, Devin Ratray, Amy Hargreaves and Eve Plumb.
You know those movies where people are driving around, lost in the woods or on some back road? You know the ones. No matter what they do, they just can’t seem to find their way to the highway. Generally, they end in the suggestion that they have been dead the entire time, died in a […]
If I were to sit here and list, the amount of plot elements Battle of the Damned has stolen from famous genre films, we would be here all day. Escape From NY, The Terminator, 28 Days Later, Maybe even Chopping Mall? This isn’t necessarily a complaint, more of an observation, maybe even a mild warning. […]
You know what I Spit On Your Grave is, and you should know by now if your sensibilities are too delicate to stomach such a thing. These movies have existed, even in their current form, since the early seventies and even before. A woman is brutalized for two thirds of the movie, and in the […]
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. A group of friends head to a remote island for some drinks, drugs and a four-way with two twin sisters, only to discover(after tearing boards off of the wall for no reason) an ancient, evil game that, when played, turns the players against one another, causing them […]
A couple of filmmakers exist, that simply mentioning their name on any type of public forum causes people to spit venom. Rob Zombie is one of those filmmakers, along with Eli Roth. Some people haven’t matured enough yet to genuinely understand the meaning of opinion. Is it possible that a person could just not like […]
The WWE logo splashing across the screen during a trailer or promo, doesn’t exactly fill this potential viewer with confidence. Sure, they’ve had some watchable(at best) films, especially in the horror genre, such as See No Evil, but they also have duds such as The Marine 3, and 12 Rounds 2. In 2013, I was […]
Can you believe that Rob Zombie said this about ALL of your mothers?
It has been a bell of a half-decade for Blumhouse Productions. The production company made its name with the release of the independent titan, Paranormal Activity. And, say what you want about that film, but it remains one of the most perfectly marketed, and commercially successful genre titles of all time. Since then the company […]
Tis the season to survive Christmas. That pretty much means in any and all ways possible. This is the season that makes your wallet scream, your kids paranoid and forces you into crowded situations with groups of angry parents. Good thing that Anchor Bay gave us the Christmas Survival Double Feature including the first two […]
Hey everyone, Jeff here reporting on the first night of Toronto After Dark 2012! All in all, I’d say it was a great night; though I could’ve done without the rain (more on that in a minute). The Bloor was packed with energetic TAD fans, the beer was flowing, and the movies were both solidly […]
The relationship between master and apprentice is held in the strictest of confidence. When a young novice learns the craft of his elders it isn’t often that we get to watch how the lessons are taught; what the tests entail and what rite of passage transcends the guild relationship. Chained from Director Jennifer Lynch is […]
Are you tired of shark movies yet? How about CGI shark features? Yes, there is an exception to every rule and movies like Sharktopus are allowed to be appreciated for the complete debauched camp that the provide a stoned or otherwise inebriated audience on a Saturday night in lieu of sexual intercourse, but hasn’t it […]
If you’ve paid attention to any of the goings on here at The Liberal Dead, you’ve probably heard at least one of us mention a little film called “Some Guy Who Kills People.” Around the time that review copies of “Tucker And Dale Vs. Evil” were being sent out, I was on facebook praising that […]
I’ve always been bothered by The Wicker Man. I saw it for the first time in my early 20s. I had always heard about it but never taken the plunge til I dated my first mutual film nerd. He loved it. He also loved movies like The Last House On The Left and The Hills […]