According to the DVD’s director commentary, Chucky was originally supposed to say to Chief Warren (John Ritter), “Sorry, Jack, but three’s a crowd,” after killing him. This joke refers to the fact that Ritter also starred as “Jack” in the hit TV sitcom “Three’s Company” (1976). But at the last minute, the director deleted that out of the script because he found it too corny.
*I never thought I would do this but I figure I should stay on the safe side and declare this post as NSFW. I’d rather do that than have anyone lose their job because I didn’t warn them. People who lose their jobs tend to get pissed off and stop following your blog.
Synopsis: A group of friends are going on a camping trip to celebrate graduating college. But once they enter the woods, the proverbial shit starts to hit the fan!
You know that when a movie has a title like Don’t Fuck in the Woods that it’s not going to be an art house Oscar contender that will be talked about among high-brow movie critics and fans for years to come. It will, however, probably be talked about among horror, creature-feature and gore fans for years to come. Why? Because a movie with a title like Don’t Fuck in the Woods deserves to be talked about. It’s telling us what every set-in-the-woods slasher film has been trying to tell us since the dawn of the genre: Don’t Fuck in the Woods.
Starring Ayse Howard, Hannah Herdt, Brian Cornell, Brandy Mason, Brittany Blanton, Nadia White, and Scott Gillespie, Don’t Fuck in the Woods is written and directed by Shawn Burkett and is now available on Blu-ray, DVD and a big box VHS version. Hurry over to their official Facebook page if you want a VHS copy. I hear they’re going fast.
Synopsis: Andre, recovering from a recent accident, agrees to help his friend Robert by taking over a house sitting job at a creepy home nestled in the hills above Los Angeles. As night comes, the house reveals its insidious nature as Andre begins hearing ominous sounds and experiencing strange occurrences throughout the house that lead him to believe he is not alone, and that someone, or something is in the house with him.
I have to admit that It Watches looks pretty good. Directed by Dave Parker (The Hills Run Red), the film stars Ivan Djurovic, Rick Irwin, Sanny van Heteren and James Duval. Look for it on digital on December 6 and on DVD on February 21, 2017. Until then check out the trailer and poster ↓.
Synopsis: The Neighbor takes place in the small town of Cutter, Mississippi, where most people keep to themselves. But when John (Josh Stewart) comes home to find his girlfriend Rosie (Alex Essoe) missing, he suspects his mysterious and off-putting neighbor (Bill Engvall) is somehow involved. John learns that Rosie’s life is not all that is at stake after a visit to his neighbor’s cellar. It becomes clear that the seemingly quiet town is more dangerous than it looks, and John and Rosie must do more than just run away if they want to survive the night.
If you were to tell me that Bill Engvall-yes, that Bill Engvall-was starring in a horror film I’d say you were crazy. If you were to tell me that from the looks of the trailer that Bill Engvall-yes, that Bill Engvall-looked like he was doing a pretty darn good job of it I’d be driving you to the looney bin myself. But, alas he does and he is from what I can tell from the trailer. Also starring Melissa Bolona, Skip Sudduth, Ronnie Gene Blevins and Luke Edwards, The Neighbor re-teams director Marcus Dunstan and actor Josh Stewart from The Collector and The Collection and will be available on Blu-Ray, DVD, Digital HD and On Demand on September 6, 2016. Until then, here’s the trailer ↓ for you to enjoy.
Synopsis: YOU ARE NOT ALONE’ is a motion picture with two very different stories. At the forefront, this picture is about a college graduate, Natalie, reconnecting with friends and family as she visits her hometown over the Fourth of July. Over the first half of the film, She floats through the proceedings of the July 4th celebration her town is known for. The town is inundated with news about a dangerous sociopath who is in the midst of a spree killing and reportedly within the area. The second half of the picture is what happens when Natalie crosses paths with said killer.
Will the found footage genre of filmmaking be replaced by first-person or POV? There have been a couple of films out using that style and now comes You are Not Alone. I know I’m in the minority but for the most part I enjoyed the found-footage genre and am curious about this new style (although anyone who knows anything about porn knows that first-person or ‘POV’ (or ‘point-of-view’) has been a category for quite some time.
Directed by Derek Mungor and written by Mungor and Chris O’Brien, You are Not Alone stars Krista Dzialosynski, David O’Brien, Mary Mikva, Keenan Camp, Nikki Pierce, Eric Wood, Tony Rossi, Katie Johnston-Smith, and Dan Abbate. It’s set for VOD and DVD release on June 23. Check out their official Facebook page and enjoy the poster and trailer ↓.
Synopsis: After a girls’ night out, endearingly awkward Deb wakes up in the apartment of the most attractive guy in Portland, Maine. She’s thrilled, but she can’t remember much of what got her there. Pretty boy Ryan only knows it was a mistake and ushers her out the door… into a full-scale zombie apocalypse. Now, a walk of shame becomes a fight for survival as the mismatched pair discovers that the only thing scarier than trusting someone with your life… is trusting them with your heart.
I figure if I ever have to stand beside someone to fight in the zombie apocalypse I would want it to be a cute, perky redhead. Night of the Living Deb is directed by Kyle Rankin from a screenplay and story by Andy Selsor. It stars Maria Thayer, Michael Cassidy, Ray Wise and Chris Marquette. It’s been making the festival rounds but I don’t see an official theatrical/VOD/DVD/BD release date just yet. Check out the official Facebook page for more details. Oh yeah, and enjoy the trailer and poster below.
Synopsis: In the autumn of 1900, outlaw Claude Barbee puts his “retirement plan” in action, attempting to lead his train-robbing gang across Texas to recover a cash stash hidden after a botched railroad heist. They soon discover they’re being hunted by more than just the law – but rather a merciless, unexpected evil quite possibly greater than themselves.
The write-up on Horror-movies.ca likens Kill or Be Killed to Bone Tomahawk. If you’ve seen the latter film (I have), you know that’s some mighty big shoes to fill. It will be interesting to see how this one turns out.
Kill or Be Killed stars Justin Meeks, Paul McCarthy-Boyington, Bridger Zadina, Deon Lucas, Greg Kelly, Larry Grant Harbin, Arianne Margot, Luce Rains, Timothy McKinney, Karrie Cox, Pepe Serna, Edwin Neal, Bill Johnson, Sonny Carl Davis, and Michael Berryman. Written and directed by Duane Graves and Justin Meeks the film will be available on DVD and VOD on March 1st, 2016.
Enjoy the trailer and poster below: