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Rob Zombie's 31, Kevin Smith's Yoga Hosers, and more head to Sundance

Two films I have been desperately waiting to hear release dates for are Rob Zombie's 31 and Kevin Smith's TUSK spin-off YOGA HOSERS . We still don't have those dates, but audiences are going to have a chance to see those movies, and seven other "unruly films", as part of the Midnight line-up at next year's Sundance Film Festival. The complete...
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11.23.2015
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Killers (Sundance 2014 review)

PLOT: Nomura (Kazuki Kitamura )- a serial killer based in Tokyo who's been murdering women and posting videos of the deaths to YouTube,- notices a similar video posted by a man in Jakarta named Bayu (Oka Antara). A milquetoast journalist, Bayu's killing was in self defence, but an odd sense of blood lust found him posting the murders online. Nomura- who believes he's found his...
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01.24.2014
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Life After Beth (Sundance 2014 Review)

PLOT: Zach (Dane DeHaan) is thrilled when his dead girlfriend Beth (Aubrey Plaza) is somehow resurrected. His enthusiasm predictably wears off once he discovers she has a new taste for human flesh. REVIEW: The romantic "zombie" comedy, or rather rom-zom-com has become a bit of a genre unto itself. Nothing will ever touch SHAUN OF THE DEAD, but people try. Sundance...
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01.23.2014
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Cooties (Sundance Review)

PLOT: A wanna-be horror novelist turned substitute teacher ( Elijah Wood ) has to contend with a school full of rabid children when one of them is infected by a virus from a tainted chicken nugget. REVIEW: The only downside about attending a film festival like Sundance- other than the lack of sleep- is that you end up watching so many movies, when a bad one comes...
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01.21.2014
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First wave of Sundance 2014 films announced; check out the genre highlights

The 2014 Sundance Film Festival is right around the corner, coming at us January 16-26 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Sundance, Utah, and the first wave of films have been announced. Today we have a look at the genre films selected for U.S. and NEXT<=> competition below. For the 2014 fest 118 feature-length films were selected, representing 37 countries and 54...
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12.05.2013
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Review: Stoker

PLOT: When her father is killed on the eve of her eighteen birthday, India ( Mia Wasikowska ) is left in the care of her cold-blooded mother- Evie ( Nicole Kidman ). Their world is shaken when India's long-absent uncle Charlie ( Matthew Goode ) comes to live with them. Both India and Evie quickly fall under the spell of the handsome and charismatic Charlie- but India soon...
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02.27.2013
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Review: Hell Baby (Sundance)

PLOT: Jack ( Rob Corddry ) and Vanessa ( Leslie Bibb ) are an expectant couple, who move into an infamously cursed house in a run-down section of New Orleans. Within days, Vanessa starts acting strangely, and Jack becomes convinced she's somehow possessed. Meanwhile, two Vatican exorcists ( Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant ) come to New Orleans to avert the birth of the...
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01.25.2013
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Review: S-VHS (Sundance 2013)

PLOT: Two detectives investigating a missing persons case find themselves trapped in an abandoned house full of VHS tapes, each containing a different horrific tale. REVIEW: After shocking the Sundance midnight crowd last year with VHS, the Bloody Disgusting Films gang is back with a follow-up, S-VHS, which, as the title suggests- is like the first VHS- but “super”....
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01.21.2013
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