In addition to the usual reviews and comments you would find on a horror movie blog, this is also a document of the wonderfully vast horror movie section of the video store I worked at in my youth.

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Don't Kill The Messenger 68

Hello all. Aside from the Fantasia lineup announcement, it seemed like a pretty slow week. I have to admit I'm a little burnt out as well, so I'm just going to put up some trailers.

The first is a teaser for an Australian flick called The Tunnel.

Now, I'm sure that looked extremely 'familiar' to most of you, but what I find interesting about this project was that it was completely fan-funded and will see its release exclusively on torrent sites later this year.

Moving on...

First, the casting. Then, the stills. Now, the trailer...

Okay, okay, you've convinced me to give it a go.

Lastly, this week saw a teaser for the sequel to last year's phenom Paranormal Activity.

Yeah I know, you either loved or hated the first movie. I myself liked it well enough to give this a whirl. If it turns out to be another Book Of Shadows, well I have only myself to blame.

Oh, as a little bonus, I've tacked on Adam Mason's early short Prey. Yep, he's always been a madman.


Heather Santrous said...

The is the first time I have watched a trailer for Let Me In. I must say I am surprised by how good it looks. I was a bit worried over it getting the remake treatment. I know not all remakes are bad though. Hopefully this one will be one of the good ones. Like you, the trailer has convinced me to give it a try. Thanks for posting it!

Anonymous said...

Modestly hopeful about PA2. Like you say, it better not be a Blair Witch 2. My only worry is that the filmmakers basically copy the first movie with little deviation, and so there will be no suspense.

ANNND, if you were that douchbag guy in the first movie, and you kinda sorta got a grasp of what was going on, why would you insist on sticking around, and doing things to piss off a ghost? That's gotta be fixed this time around.

Jay Clarke said...

It just goes to show ya that chivalry is NOT dead.

But I must admit, sooner or later you have to cut your losses and say 'smell ya later'