July 2009 Horror DVD and Blu-ray Guide.


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THE UNBORN (as a Text Based Adventure).


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Written and Directed by David S. Goyer, 2009


You have nothing else to do.

] Watch movie

What movie would you like to watch?

] THE UNBORN

Are you sure?

] Yes.

I’ve heard it is pretty awful.

] Watch THE UNBORN

Okay, but remember, you did this to yourself.

You are an attractive 20 something jogging down a wintery road.  You see a green glove.

] Approach glove

A dog has appeared.

] Approach dog

Are you sure?  It is a pitbull that looks like he’s about to attend a birthday party for other dogs with nonsensically upside down heads.

] I said approach the fucking dog.

Surprise, you find a fetus buried under ground!

Last Week in Horror News: January 4th to the 11th


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Theatrical Trailers and Clips

Studio News and Attachments

Remakes

Indie, Foreign and Random News

Non-Theatrical Trailers and Clips

Last Week in Horror News: December 7th to the 14th


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Theatrical Trailers and Clips

Studio News and Attachments

Remakes

Indie, Foreign and Random News

Theatrical Trailers and Clips

Last Week in Horror: November 30th to December 7th


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Theatrical Trailers and Clips

Studio News and Attachments

Remakes

Indie, Foreign and Random News

Non-Theatrical Trailers and Clips

David Goyer is Not Fucking Around.


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Directed by David Goyer, the idea man behind DARK CITY, BATMAN BEGINS and THE DARK KNIGHT, featuring Gary Oldman, an Auschwitz ghost possession and a guy in a patient smock doing the always effective upside down body crawl.  Does THE UNBORN look great or what?

Last Week in Horror, October 12th to the 19th


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Theatrical Trailers and Clips

Studio News and Attachments

Remakes

Indie, Foreign and Random News

Non-Theatrical Trailers and Clips

Last Week in Horror, September 7th to the 14th.


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Last Week in Horror was predisposed to minor updates of news already established.  Survival horror game CLOCK TOWER is still looking to roll, this time with a PROM NIGHTer climbing the stairs.  Danny Boyle mentions a 28 X LATER again.  Minds behind the remake of MY BLOODY VALENTINE have already begun the mulling of a sequel.  Give them some credit, normally in these situations the party line is a transparent, “No, of course we haven’t given any thought to a sequel, let’s see how the first one does.” At least they’re being honest.

I hadn’t heard of THE INTERVENTION, but its sharp looking poster led me through a few links, now logging the demonic possession story high on my list of films to pay attention to.

Oh, and in case you missed it, Ooohveh Bowl is still crazy.




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