Trailers

Holy mother of god the clip below from the South Korean film "Possessed (The Living Death)" just made me wet my pants. I'm not even ashamed to admit it. Normally I'm against anything foreign with subtitles but this movie looks pretty damn frightening.

After Hee-jin's younger sister So-jin, who is possessed by a spirit,disappears,the neighbors die one by one and a secret underlying their deaths is revealed.

If you don't have a soft spot in your heart for the "Troll 2" documentary "Best Worst Movie" than I'm not sure you even have a heart. It's the feel good hit of the summer as the kids say and it's got a brand spanking new trailer and screening dates for your to get all mushy over.

For those of you not familiar with the doc it's a heartwarming look back at "Troll 2" and how it's grown from being considered one of the worst movies of all time to a underground hit with a cult fallowing. Are you crying yet? You should be.

This week the gang ventures out of the basement and back into the theater to take on "Repo Men" for the Podcast. Two of us couldn't be more excited, the rest have agreed to still join in.

I'm a sucker for horror movies that look like they're just porn films with all the sex cut out. What can I say, I'm only human. "Muckman" seems to be just such a film. Rubber suits, terrible CGI and women wrestling in a pond for no apparent reason. These are only three of the reasons I plan on giving this movie a chance.

The story is simple. A TV crew searches the woods for the fabled Muckman and have some seriously shitty results when they find him. But I got a sneaky suspicion that there's more the Muckman then meets the eye. Could he have a heart? I can't wait to find out!

The crew takes on "Triangle", and it almost destroys us...

A short segment on Entertainment Tonight aired recently showing off the latest comic book adaptation flick "Priest". Based on the TokyoPop comic the film follows a priest who goes against the church in order to track down the vampire horde that kidnapped his brother. Paul Bettany from "Legion" and a bunch of other movies you probably didn't like plays the lead role along with Stephen Moyer from "True Blood" fame.

Between the whole Seaworld fiasco and the new teaser trailer for "Harpoon: Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre", the orca's good name is really being dragged through the mud lately.

The Icelandic film industry’s first ever bona fide foray into in-your-face exploitation horror movie territory, "Harpoon: The Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre" is a blackly comic and supremely gory affair that has led David Hayles of The Times to claim, “it’s tourists versus deranged whalers in this fright flick that’ll make you scream and blubber."

Let this be a lesson to you fellas, if you think you can drive the entire night don't ever let your wife try to convince you otherwise. Because if you let her win that argument you'll end up at some creepy motel with all kinds of messed up crap going on around you. This is what I learned from the trailer for "Wake" which showed this past weekend at South by Southwest.

Rejoice fine people, you can now see Willem Dafoe's bare ass without having to leave the comfort of your own home. In other words "Antichrist" is now streaming on Netflix. And based on John's review this week it's worth a view.