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Review: Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D (REVIEW)

In every way that matters to the people responsible, “Resident Evil: Afterlife” is a resounding success. Thanks to the extra ‘3D tax’ on ticket prices, it had the strongest opening weekend and per-screen average in the history of Paul W. S. Anderson’s franchise. Though “Afterlife,” like 2007’s “Extinction” before it, was touted as the last film in the series, planning on a fifth film is underway.

Episode 133 - "Resident Evil: Afterlife"

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Will Jon's head explode? Will the 3D rain live up to the hype? Find out now.

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Video: Behind the Scenes Footage From "Resident Evil: Afterlife"

"The most exciting Resident Evil film"? Pump the brakes Milla, don't go writing checks that your 3D ass can't cash. I just can't take the disappointment. But if she is right, and based on the fact that they got Ali Larter who was in 2009's underrated masterpiece "Obsessed", I think she might be, I very well might soil myself in the theater. I'm pretty sure I'm not even being sarcastic here.

Horror Headlines: Monday June 7th, 2010

Milla Jovovich continues to build her scream queen portfolio as director David R. Ellis announces that she will be starring in his upcoming horror film "Bad Luck".

John Carpenter fans, start getting excited. The director has announced his plans to return to vampire territory with his next project, "Fangland" based on the novel by John Marks.

Doug Jones and Reggie Bannister are now all set to slip into their most natural roles ever as R-Squarded films pick up "Carnies" for distribution . The company plans a limited theatrical release and a full scale DVD release for this little convention breaker that sets the carnies facing an unknown evil!

In Real People News: 

Two New Jersey men were arrested on Saturday as they boarded a plane set to take them Somalia where they planned to train with a jihad group so that they could kill US soldiers.

On this day in history: 

1692 - At 11:43am, a catastrophic earthquake strikes Port Royal, Jamaica, then known as "the richest and wickedest city in the world." Buildings are shaken apart and ships in harbor hurled onto busy streets. In just three minutes, the temblor takes out 70% of the population, killing 1,600 and seriously injuring 3,000 others.

Episode 96 - "The Fourth Kind"

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This week we're talking about the Milla Jovovich starring thriller, "The Fourth Kind".

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"The Fourth Kind" Featurette Explores Alien Encounters

If you've seen the trailer for "The Fourth Kind" you know the whole gimmick, if you can call it that, behind the film is that it's suppose to be based on actual events. So it's no surprised that a five minute featurette has gone online exploring alien encounters. Weather or not you believe the little green men are out there the clip is still pretty interesting. Hell even Jimmy Carter thinks he saw an alien spacecraft, and he almost won a second term. Oh and if you aren’t into all that you at least get an explanation on what "The Fourth Kind" actually means.

Horror Headlines: Monday October 26th, 2009

"Paranormal Activity" continues to flex its muscles as it soundly beats "Saw VI" in it's fifth week. Whether that speaks to the amazingness of "PA" or the mediocrity of "Saw"...well you'll have to listen to this week's podcast to find out!

If Milla Jovovich's new thriller "The Fourth Kind" has caught your eye, the studio has relased a new featurette called "Abduction" that helps ramp up the chills.

There's a new Nic Cage thriller on the market and here's the trailer for "Season of the Witch". I don't know if the plot is scary or not, but Cage's hair is positively frightening.

Kevin Smith gives an update on his pending foray into horror with "Red State. Currently, they're stuck for investors and still need a cast.

In Real People News: 

Iowa City: A man sits innocently ordering breakfast. Another man approaches him, punches him twice and accuses him of being a zombie. The current whereabouts of Woody Harrelson are unknown.

On this day in history: 

1825 – The Erie Canal opens – passage from Albany, New York to Lake Erie.

"The Fourth Kind" trailer

Joey, you can keep your angels and demons, because aliens will always creep me out even more. And, thanks to "The Fourth Kind" trailer, you can now add owls to my list of creep outs.

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