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Saw 3D Interactive Poster

It is being said that the Saw series is coming to an end and it is doing so in 3D. Check out the trailer and interactive poster for this final chapter in the series.

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DVD Review: Horror Double Feature Pulse/Sick Nurses

One out of two good movies isn’t so bad, right? Sick Nurses is not all that great, but Pulse is worth the purchase. Honestly, you should really just try to find Pulse and pick it up on its own. This review will tell you why.

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Whatcha Watchin – March 8, 2010 through March 14, 2010

We are watching movies and television shows on Netflix! Check out everything we watched during the week for March 8, 2010 and what we think of all the offerings made available through our Netflix instant queue.

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BD Review: Triangle

Triangle was a surprise hit in our house. The thriller genre is full of dud films. However, Triangle actually offered quite a bit of suspense and gave me a lot to think about, long after the movie had ended.

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Blu Ray Review: Halloween II

Not only should remakes not be made, but sequels to remakes are the lowest of the low on the totum pole of movies. Halloween II (the remake) is no exception and you can read why in this review.

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BD Review: Jennifer’s Body

It’s horror. It’s comedy. It’s Diablo Cody, Amanda Seyfried, and Megan Fox, looking quite svelte. That’s what you have to look forward to with Jennifer’s Body.

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BD Review: Wrong Turn 3 – Left for Dead

Wrong Turn 3 - Left for Dead Blu-Ray Box ArtMovie Info:
Writer: Connor James Delaney
Director: Declan O’Brien
Cast: Tom Frederic, Janet Montgomery, Tamer Hassan, Gil Kolirin, Tom McKay, Christian Contreras, Jake Curran, Chucky Venice, Louise Cliffe, Emma Clifford, Jack Gordon, Borislav Iliev
Rating: R
Studio: Fox Home Entertainment

Release Info:
DVD Release Date: October 20, 2009
Online Availability: Amazon for $19.99

They just keep getting dumber and dumber. When Wrong Turn was released, I saw it because I think Eliza Dushku is hot. It wasn’t bad as far as horror goes. However, there is a long standing problem with horror movies. The creators think they have a hit on their hands and develop 800 sequels! That would be great if the sequels were any good. I find most sequels are miss with the occasional hit.

For example, Halloween and Halloween 2 are both pretty good, but 2 is a continuation of the story in the original, so it works out. The third film was a bust. Four and five were okay, only because they played off the story in 1 and 2, but the rest of the sequels sucked. I feel the same way with A Nightmare on Elm Street (1 & 3 are good, the rest suck), Friday the 13th (1, 2, and 5 are good, the rest suck), Saw (anything after 3 sucks), The Evil Dead (1 was the best), and pretty much every other horror movie with sequels out there. Wrong Turn is no different.

This series follows the same path the Pulse movies follow. The first one was okay, but making sequels never should have happened. Wrong Turn 2 was bad enough, but taking this pathetic movie series to a third film was just too much. I was done after the first film. Seriously, when your horror movie is going direct to DVD, it is a sign that it is time to quit.

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DVD Review: The Gate (Monstrous Special Edition)

Watching The Gate was like going back in a time machine to when I had no clue who Stephen Dorff was. Years later this movie still manages to entertain me. Fans of the movie won’t want to miss this release because it is by far the best quality when it comes to DVD. Don’t miss out on this one!

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