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American Mary trailer

Posted in Updates with tags , on July 14, 2012 by splatterpictures

Been looking forward to this one based on the buzz I’ve been getting lately and after finally watching the trailer I can say this is definitely one I’ll be checking out.

Official Synopsis Activate!

”American Mary is the story of a medical student named Mary who is growing increasingly broke and disenchanted with medical school and the established doctors she once idolized. The allure of easy money sends a desperate Mary through the messy world of underground surgeries, which leaves more marks on her than the so-called freakish clientele.




Sinister (not Insidious)

Posted in Horror News, Updates with tags , , on June 14, 2012 by splatterpictures

Okay so the trailer doesn’t really seem that different from Insidious and the title is basically the same and it was produced by the same people who made Insidious but honestly I am really digging this trailer. It’s dealing with some familiar themes but they happen to be themes I gravitate towards anyways. The film is to be released October 5th but before then here’s all the details!

The film stars James Ransome, Ethan Hawke, Vincent D’Onofrio, Fred Dalton Thompson, Clare Foley and Juliet Rylance.

Synopsis BAM!

“The Story follows a journalist who moves his family into a house where another family was murdered. After moving in, he uncovers found footage that leads to clues about the murders. Ransone will play a deputy.”



Lovely Molly

Posted in Horror News, Updates with tags , , , on March 31, 2012 by splatterpictures

I’ve been keeping this one on my radar for awhile and have just been waiting for a release date before I bothered posting anything about it. Well the wait is over or rather the wait for the release date is over. Lovely Molly will be released May 18th of this year so you just have to wait until then to see it. It looks part supernatural part psychological horror and I personally anxious to see what the guys who brought us the Blair Witch Project can do considering they haven’t done anything of note since.




Official synopsis time:

Newlyweds Molly (Gretchen Lodge) and Tim (Johnny Lewis) move into her childhood home after the death of her father. Soon after, strange things begin happening. Door alarms are triggered in the middle of the night and footsteps are heard throughout the house.

Tim, a truck driver, believes the sounds must be result of wind, or the neighbourhood children playing pranks, so when he leaves on his next job, he’s not concerned about leaving Molly alone.

With Tim gone, Molly is left alone with reminders of her nightmarish childhood. A malevolent force tirelessly seeks to overwhelm her and she begins a slow descent into depravity, returning to her drug addiction that she’d had under control before marrying.

When Tim returns, he finds Molly in a terrible state and he realizes he has to fight to save them both from the evil that is trying to pull her into darkness.


The Raven (Quoth the Studio “Cha Ching”)

Posted in Horror News, Updates with tags , , on February 25, 2012 by splatterpictures

Sometimes I feel like Edgar Allen Poe would love to know just how many gothy teenagers lust after him more than a hundred years after he died. Anyways, film is taking a stab (unintentional pun) at his works but instead of a direct or loosely adapted take on one of his stories they are doing the “killer inspired by works of fiction angle”.

Here’s the trailer

My initial reaction was somewhat mixed. It looks decent and James McTeigue is directing who handled V for Vendetta but there is something about it that makes me kinda underwhelmed. What are your thoughts? Are you guys excited for this one?