With a series of film posters that oozed blood and sex, Nurse 3D quickly affirmed itself to my Must See list of 2014. Sure, that might sound shallow. But why should I pretend differently. Any of the one-sheets that were put out by the studio highlighted actress Paz de la Huerta in a tight nurseís outfit either drenched in blood or riding a giant syringe phallic symbol. Yip, my libido was sold.
Add to the mix that the film was an entry into my favorite genre and
I am guessing that when Eli Roth brought his small debut film Cabin Fever to the Toronto International Film Festival in 2002, he had no idea that the story of an infectious skin disease would generate two sequels over twelve years. But that is exactly the grounds to which we find ourselves with the direct-to-DVD release of Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero due on DVD and On Demand later this spring.
The original film took place in a remote forested area. The sequel took
The quintessential horror movie trivia book is here. James Newmanís 666 Hair-Raising Horror Movie Trivia Questions is a must have for any horror enthusiast, horror know-it-all (or so you think) or just to have on the coffee table at the ready for in-depth conversations when guests align on your sofa.
666 individual trivia questions, with the answer key located at the back of the book, are split into seven separate genre categories:
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I had a glimmer of hope for Vampire Academy. The faintest bit of optimism that the film might actually be something that Enderís Game and Beautiful Creatures was not. I knew nothing of the books. Seven in total I am told from my vampire novel-loving partner. But surely it a major studio release couldnít be as bad as the Twilight films. Surely just out of blind luck, a vampire film targeting the tweens might actually be watchable.
I have seen the best, most quintessential and raw rock ní roll documentary of all time. You, likely, havenít and, most unfortunately, canít.
The film is Cocksucker Blues, a 1972 film by directed Robert Frank that followed the members of The Rolling Stones during their North American Exile on Main St. tour in 1972.
The film has never been released thanks to the bandís court order as they claimed the footage would be both embarrassing and even legally incriminating