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Bounce Below
Trampoline inside a massive cavern
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09/25/2012 - 1:00pm
Let’s do a quick recap here (though, really, how could you forget where we last left Dexter?) Season six sucked, until the final 30 seconds or so, when Deb walks in on Dexter killing the “big bad” in his typical, highly ritualized style. There is absolutely no denying what she saw. Then we have ten months of pure hell while we wait for season seven to start up.
09/25/2012 - 12:00pm
This zombie bird feeder will ensure that only the toughest birds visit your yard.
09/25/2012 - 11:00am
One of the highlights of Fantastic Fest every year are the Fantastic Debates: film nerd debates that inevitably end in a boxing match. Check out FEARnet's highlight reel which features the Soska Twins in an all-out beat-
09/24/2012 - 8:00pm

Whatever happened to the unwritten rule that filmmakers should wait the better part of a generation before remaking/rebooting a film?

09/24/2012 - 7:00pm

Michael Biehn’s sophomore directorial outing, The Victim, is pure grindhouse, through and through: a small budget, dirty cops, loads of violence, and tons of sex.

09/24/2012 - 6:00pm

Paranormal Activity 4. First clip. Spook-tastic. Need I say more?

 

09/24/2012 - 5:00pm
There are several colors in the "horror/comedy" spectrum. Some films, like John Landis' An American Werewolf in London is a horror film with sly wit, whereas on the other side of the scale we have Scary Movie, which is little more than a broad spoof that happens to focus on cliches and stereotypes found in horror flicks. Somewhere right in the middle, of course, is Edgar Wright's Shaun of the Dead, one of the very rare films that finds a way to succeed at horror and comedy at the exact same time.
09/24/2012 - 4:00pm

Earlier this year, Cemetery Dance published the first of two posthumous releases from author Alan Peter Ryan, who died in 2011. That novella, Amazonas, was an atmospheric creeper about obsession and madness.

09/24/2012 - 3:00pm
It's a big day for a young movie geek when s/he realizes that certain (or even most) movies work on "multiple levels." A 12-year-old film fanatic probably doesn't know what "subtext" means, but a smart kid only has to watch Pink Floyd: The Wall or A Clockwork Orange once or twice before realizing that there's a lot more going on than just the surface-level story.
09/24/2012 - 2:00pm

It’s that time of year again… the best part of the year… Halloween season.  As I look forward to the frightful festivities, I’m excitedly planning my October Mandatory Movie Viewing List.&n

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