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No really! Despite the original film being a bit of a stinker the Ouija prequel looks like it may actually buck the trend and have a second flick that is actually better than the first rather than the other way round. Why do we think that? Because it has Mike Flanagan directing and writing, and for our money Flanagan is the best of the up-and-coming genre directors in the business currently. With the eerie Absentia (2011), Oculus (2014) and excellent Hush (2016) already under his belt Flanagan could actually breathe new life into a franchise that was otherwise still born upon birth.
This prequel is set almost fifty years prior to the first film and focuses upon a widowed mother and her two daughters. The press blurb states...'They add a new stunt to bolster their seance scam business and unwittingly invite authentic evil into their home. When the youngest daughter, Doris, is overtaken by an unseen and merciless spirit, the family confronts unthinkable fears to save her and send her possessor back to the other side'. Stars Henry Thomas (from E.T. the Extra Terrestrial) and Doug Jones (Pan's Labyrinth).
Check out the trailer here....
Ouija: Origin of Evil will be released theatrically on October 21st, 2016
Can you believe that director Richard Kelly's Donnie Darko is 15 years of age already! Released in 2001 the film failed initially to find an audience in the States but found success in Europe, including the UK where it became a decent box office hit. Donnie Darko is arguably the last true cult movie, one that has provoked many a conversation in fathoming its labyrinth plotting (maybe not for you but I'm a wee bit thick you see) and it's coming out as limited edition dual format Blu-ray and DVD on 12th December 2016!
Donnie is a troubled high school student: in therapy, prone to sleepwalking and in possession of an imaginary friend, a six-foot rabbit named Frank, who tells him the world is going to end in 28 days 06 hours 42 minutes and 12 seconds. During that time he will navigate teenage life, narrowly avoid death in the form of a falling jet engine, follow Frank’s maladjusted instructions and try to maintain the space-time continuum.
Described by its director as “The Catcher in the Rye as told by Philip K. Dick”, Donnie Darko combines an eye-catching, eclectic cast – pre-stardom Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal, heartthrob Patrick Swayze, former child star Drew Barrymore, Oscar nominees Mary McDonnell and Katherine Ross, and television favourite Noah Wyle – and an evocative soundtrack of 80s classics by Echo and the Bunnymen, Tears for Fears and Duran Duran. This brand-new 4K restoration, carried out exclusively for this release by Arrow Films, allows a modern classic to finally receive the home video treatment it deserves.
Check out the trailer here...
Tales of Halloween is the ultimate viewing this Halloween, bringing together eleven of the finest directors working in horror today (including Darren Lynn Bousman and Neil Marshall) along with several icons of the genre (Adrienne Barbeau, John Landis starring) and some future ones-to-watch. With plenty of frights and the blackest of comedy, Tales of Halloween is for anyone who loved Trick ‘r Treat and wants to scare themselves silly come the biggest, baddest night in the horror calendar.
Here at My Bloody Reviews, saw the film upon its theatrical release last year. Our review will be posted shortly to correspond with its retail release so keep your eyes peeled for our expert opinion. Tales of Halloween will be available in the UK on Digital HD from 17 October 2016 and on DVD and Blu-Ray from 24 October 2016 from Arrow Films.
Check out the trailer here...
Once upon a time I was a regular attendee of the BFI London Film Festival, sneaking into beer tents that were meant purely for the 'talent' attending and upsetting film stars by mistaking them for someone else (I thought Julie Christie was Susannah York many years ago). But I'm a good boy so if I were to attend this year I'd be sat quietly, not misbehaving, and watching films like I Am Not a Serial Killer.
And who could refuse attending its screening when I Am Not a Serial Killer has been described in its press blurb as 'A dazzlingly original, darkly funny and disturbing gem with a genre-bending twist, about a small town teenager in the US, obsessed with serial killers, who unwittingly discovers the identity of the killer who has been slaughtering residents for body parts.'
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