Tag: HORROR MOVIES
The trailer for the upcoming sequel to the popular 2006 South Korean monster movie The Host has been released. The nail-biting newly released footage from The Host 2 looks very promising and fans of the first film will no doubt be excited.
I’ll admit, coming up with new ideas is not always easy. Furthermore, when it’s your job to create ideas and your performance is judged by how well those ideas are received, it’s understandable that you might use something that already has been proven to work. Horror movies are perhaps the best example if this.
Tobe Hooper's The Funhouse failed to make the impact his earlier Texas Chainsaw Massacre did on horror audiences, but still delivered a few solid shocks for viewers in 1981. Much like Chainsaw, it consists of twisted characters and fun-loving youngsters being brutalized by them. However, this time around carnival workers get a bad rap versus backwoods rednecks like in Hooper's 1974 spine-chiller. Seeing The Funhouse now on Blu-ray doesn't quite deliver the same jarring surprises it did thirty years ago. The horror genre has seen it all since then.
It's hard to feel sorry for the directors of The Blair Witch Project. They made a movie that launched a whole new genre of filmmaking with their "found footage" technique. Since then, the Paranormal Activity franchise has squeezed millions out of the filming style while others followed in hot pursuit to cash in on the craze. There's been The Devil Inside, The Last Exorcism, and even Chronicle.
The Last Horror Movie director, Julian Richards, debut feature will finally be released in the US and Canada by MVD Distribution with a street date set for November 20th 2012.