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SF: 26 October 2012 (Belgium)
SH: 31 October 2012 (Belgium)
So, I can expect a great Halloween then. :P
^ Yep, it's a cabin in the woods film.
Good film, had a neat twist that I didn't see coming:
Both films , I will no doubt watch many times. But House was the better film overall, though Inn had the better lead performance and the best performance from Paxton i've seen.
**1. The Innkeepers (2011) NE**2. Enter Nowhere (2011)
3. Shark Night (2011)
4. Return To Halloweentown (2006)
5. The Last House On The Left (2009)
6. Aquamarine (2006)
7. Sidney White (2007)
8. Sleepover (2004)
9. Superhero (2008)
Not yet, but I really want to.
Yeah it looks awesome !! :)
23 April 2012, Glasgow - Content is delighted to announce principal photography has begun today on the third installment of the OUTPOST franchise, THE RISE OF THE SPETNAZ. The film shoots on location in Glasgow and Yorkshire.
Kieran Parker (Outpost, Outpost: Black Sun) directs from a script penned by Rae Brunton (Outpost, Outpost: Black Sun). The cast includes Bryan Larkin (Battleground) as the lead Russian Dolokhov, and James “The Colossus” Thompson - Ultimate Combat World Heavy Weight Champion as The Berserker.
In the third installment of the hit Nazi Zombie action horror movie, Outpost: Rise Of The Spetnaz, we discover the horrifying origins of these supernatural soldiers and see them in ferocious gladiatorial battle against the most ruthless and notorious of all military special forces: the Russian Spetsnaz.
Produced by Arabella Page Croft and Kieran Parker for Black Camel Pictures and Executive Produced by Nigel Thomas from Matador Pictures and Jamie Carmichael from Content, the film is backed by Matador Pictures, Creative Scotland, Creative Film Finances and SWSSC.
Producer Arabella Page Croft said: “It’s an exciting time at Black Camel. Kieran is the passionate creative producer behind the OUTPOST world and he has long wanted to tell an origins story. It is a natural progression for him to move behind the camera as director so we are all delighted to support his ambitions”.
Matador’s Nigel Thomas said ‘Matador are delighted to be involved in the third film in the Outpost series and to be working with such a hugely talented team. Making a prequel to the highly successful Outpost and recently completed Outpost: Black Sun provides an exciting opportunity for us to return to this popular zombie Nazi franchise.’
Content’s Jamie Carmichael said: “It’s a fantastic achievement to have created a three film franchise, as that doesn’t happen very often in the UK. It’s a testament to the tenacity of the film makers and the quality and strength of the brand they have created. And it’s great to be a part of it.”
Creative Scotland’s Robbie Allen said: ‘We are very pleased to be supporting this installment of Black Camel’s series of films. Arabella and Kieran’s achievements are a testament to their boundless energy and dedication. With great partners in Matador and Content, this new foray into the evil world of OUTPOST is set to be a significant creative and commercial success.’
I know I should not comment until i've seen the film, but why do I have a sick feeling in my stomache? They just could not leave it as a stand alone film. I can see this suffering from The Wishmaster syndrome. That is one good film followed by 3 increasingly worse films.
A couple of points:
- I don't think Hellraiser 3 deserves to be on this list. And they leave out Inferno? Madness.
- Wishmaster 3 makes it onto the list, but not Wishmaster 4? The 4th flim feels like it's a different character entirely. Could anyone possibly imagine the Djinn from the original Wishmaster falling in love? No, I thought not.
- Friday The 13th pt V: A New Begining does deserve to make this list. Well done Total Film.
- It may not have been as good as the first film, but I rather liked I Still Know What You Did Last Summer.
Also, I quite enjoyed 'Pet Semetary 2.'
Oh, and if you haven't seen it yet, watch the trailer for 'Sinister': looks very, very creepy.
No need for any spoiler nonsense here as I haven't seen many horror movies, at least not anymore. Hellraiser was the best they did for sure, above what came after, same as with the original Halloween in 1978. From what I've seen of them, I would also judge 28 Weeks Later as the poorer relation over the original 28 Days Later, that came before it. I couldn't see the list, but was The Poltergeist series included in that, the first they did in 1982 was really quite good and scary enough, but the two sequels were pretty damn awful, some would classify it as horror etc
28 Weeks Later is a splendid film IMO. Very scary, well acted, great mood. I rank it almost as high as 28 Days Later.
I'm terms of scares, 'The Descent' or 'Insidious' has to be the scariest film I've ever watched.
In the UK ending, as soon as Sarah screams, she wakes up, and sees her daughter in front of her with her birthday cake. You realize that the hole she fell down into was another subsystem, but, dreaming or not, Sarah is happy to finally be with her daughter. As the camera pans out, you see hundreds of other subsystems, and you hear the screams of other mutants, and it ends. The second one begins by taking the ending of the US version and going from there. I hope this helps!
Simply count how many of the 61 films you've seen, to see what category. I scored 30/61 - Hardcore.
Childs Play 2
Childs Play 3
Bride Of Chucky
Seed Of Chucky
<a href="http://bloody-disgusting.com/news/3149679/omfg-childs-play-sequel-begins-casting-its-the-curse-of-chucky/>Curse Of Chucky</a>
I got 33/61 - Hardcore.