Now I'm no scientist (insert ICP joke here) but I'm pretty sure the swine flu hasn't turned anyone into a flesh eating zombie. Of course a movie about a bunch of people locked in a holding tank just coughing a lot probably wouldn't make a very good horror movie.
Maybe it's just me, but "Mega Piranha" looks Mega Amazing! Actually, I'm pretty sure it's just me. Regardless, you have Tiffany and Barry Williams, acting together at last! What more could you want? I can tell you. Giant fish eating helicopters.
Not going to lie, when I first saw the trailer for "Birdemic: Shock and Terror" I thought it was a joke. Honestly a month later I'm still not sure it isn't but there's a new trailer and a list of screenings available now so this sucker has gone legit. God help us.
This week we'll be heading out to the theaters to check out "The Black Waters of Echo's Pond". I'm excited about this based solely on the movie's creepy-ass poster and my love for all things pond related. I refuse to even read what the movie is about but if you're interested here's some info.
I'll give it to the creators of "Death and Cremation". They have truly come up with a completely original idea. Get this, Stan is a local fella who offers cremation services out of his basement at rock bottom prices.
50 years ago Alfred Hitchcock brought the world "Psycho" and made history with what has become arguably the most influential horror movie of all time. It spawned sequels, remakes, a TV show, countless imitations and now a documentary.