the pack

"The Pack" (aka La Meute) is a French horror flick that's making its way to the US this month and it will be available both on DVD and VOD on September 27th. Haven't been able to find much info on this movie other than it's been out for some time now overseas and that the movie delves into multiple different horror sub-genres.

Cannes started off with some controversy this year when horror flick "The Pack" was pulled by French censors from a free outdoor public screening because of its extreme content. It had to be rescheduled to an indoor venue where authorities could prevent underage viewers from seeing the movie. The film itself is a monster movie about a girl who picks up a hitchhiker and gets trapped in a truck-stop restaurant with a pack of hungry man-eating ghouls. Sounds an awful lot like a French version of "Feast", an unholy combination that makes no sense at all, but hey, it could work.

Just in time for the Region 1 DVD of "[REC]" to land this July, the official site for "[REC 2]" is live. Not a whole lot there at the moment, but with a planned October 9th release in Spain, you should see material popping up there periodically over the summer. We'll keep you informed if we hear anything.

Two new images from "The Pack", a pretty fantastic looking film about a pack of "bloodthirsty ghouls" in a snowy no-man's land, whose mother takes care of them, and feeds strangers to them. Good times.

The quality may appear slightly dubious, but boy does the word "Nunsploitation" catch my eye. Hey, I'm only human. The flick's called "Nun of That" (how clever), and there's more info and a trailer at the link.

"Doghouse" has the exact same plot as "Lesbian Vampire Killers", is also a horror film from the UK, and has a new quad poster that almost shows full-on cameltoe. For those keeping track at home, that last part there pretty much makes up for the rest of that story.

Here's a spoiler-filled, detailed plot description of what "Terminator 5" will be all about, from McG himself. Sounds pretty interesting, as long as you don't mind the minor spoilers.