Mandeville Films | Summit Entertainment | Lionsgate Theatrical Release: February 1, 2013 Home Release: May 14, 2013 Directed by Jonathan Levine Rated PG-13 People often say the undead are cold-blooded and heartless. They’re wrong. WARM BODIES, a comical twist of a classic love story, is written and directed by Jonathan Levine (50/50) and stars Nicholas Hoult (Jack the Giant Slayer), Teresa Palmer [...]
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Studio: Echo Bridge Entertainment/ Miramax
Blu Ray Release: December 4, 2012
The third entry in the Tales From the Crypt series centers its theme around voodoo and curses while being completely boring.
Studio: CAV/Grindhouse Releasing
DVD Release: October 28, 2008
Lucio Fulci’s surreal nightmare may not be for everyone but if you are looking for something odd (and extremely gory) you have come to the right place.
Studio: Brain Damage Films
DVD Release: May 1, 2012
Pretty cool looking movie poster huh? Well don’t judge a film by its cover.
Studio: Midnight Releasing/Brain Damage Films
DVD Release: February 7, 2012
Eyeball ripped out. Penis split in two. Being force fed diarrhea from a homeless man. Sodomy by a baseball bat. No, these aren’t gruesome scenes from Midnight Releasing’s Dorm of the Dead. However, these are things I would rather have done to me than to ever sit through this piece of shit ever again.
Studio: Midnight Releasing
DVD Release: January 3rd, 2012
With a title like Attack of the Vegan Zombies, you get the impression that you may be in for a wild ride. Not exactly. This quirky film has so much going on you actually forget that zombies at some point are set to attack. Joe and his wife, Dionne owns a vineyard together. Due to their crop successes, they hire a group of college kids to help out.
Studio: Blue Underground
Blu Ray Release: October 25, 2011
Italian director Lucio Fulci didn’t seem to take a break in the early 1980′s. He directed such horror classics as Zombie, City of the Living Dead, The Beyond, The Black Cat, New York Ripper and Manhattan Baby within a four year time period. While most of these have turned into horror classics, his under appreciated haunted house film House by the Cemetery is his scariest film.
Review by Craig Sorensen
When Diana ‘Sugar’ Hill’s husband Langston is killed by gangsters, she seeks the help of Mama Maitresse. Mama Maitresse calls upon one of her most powerful gods, Baron Samedi. Sugar uses the Baron’s army of undead slaves to extract the revenge the police don’t seem capable of.
Studio: Blue Underground
Blu Ray Release: October 24, 2011
As a vacant sail boat drifts onto the NYC seashore, patrol officers climb on board only to be attacked by one of the undead. The police get wind that the boat belongs to a Dr. Bowles whose been missing for some time while conducting research in the Caribbean with Dr. Menard. Dr. Bowles daughter Anne (played by Mia Farrow’s younger sister Tisa) teams up with Peter West, a newspaper reporter out for a scoop and the two travel to the island where Dr. Menard has taken up research. Little do they know, the good doctor is a modern day Dr. Moreau as he tries to find a cure for the recently dead to not rise from the grave in zombified form.
Studio: Sony Pictures
DVD Release: October 2, 2009
Zombieland starts out telling us how to survive a post-apocalyptic infected world of Zombies. If you want to live you have to follow rules. Four unlikely characters come together for a couple of things, searching for something they lost, put a family together in Zombieland, and Kick Mother F’ing Ass of all zombies in existence.