Yesterday I gave you an update on the airing of My Super Psycho Sweet 16 Part 3 in which I called the film “harmless fun”. “While it’s obviously not terrifying or anything remotely resembling it, it is a fun little slasher.”
Well, BD’s Don Allen has a video review for you and he’s much more down on the film than I am. And while I enjoyed myself more than he did, I can’t really argue with many of the points he makes.
Awkward’s Jillian Rose Reed is among the new cast members joining the franchise’s original stars, Lauren McKnight and Kirsten Prout. Ryan Sypek, Niko Pepaj, Ben Winchell, Onira Tares and Autumn Dial round out the movie’s cast.
In Part 3, “Skye (McKnight) and Sienna (Reed) are on the road to their first year of college in New York City when they receive a call from Skye’s estranged sister, Alex (Prout). They decide to pay Alex a visit and find out that her Sweet 16 is that very evening. And, you can imagine what that means… teen bloodshed.” Produced by Pop Films, the creative team behind the first two movies returns for the third installment. They include director Jacob Gentry, screenwriters Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas, executive producers Maggie Malina and Alexander Motlagh, and producer Chris White.
Hit the jump for the video review. READ MORE
On the Eve of D-Day, two Allied commandos sent to destroy a German gun installation uncover a secret occult lair where the Nazis are hiding a deadly she-demon, whom they plan to use to turn the tide of the war.
Now in stores from eOne Entertainment, The Devil’s Rock marks the directorial debut of special effects master Paul Campion (The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, X-Men: the Last Stand), who crafts a bloody battle from hell in this Nazi-era frightfest. Featuring special effects and make-up by the five-time Academy Award winning WETA Workshop (Avatar, District 9, Lord of the Rings, King Kong), this WWII-based film has been called “the best Kiwi horror since Peter Jackson’s Brain Dead.”
Bloody Disgusting’s Don Allen heads to the Nazi bunker where he encountered the bloody movie and its evil inhabitant. Check out the video review below.
“The Devil’s Rock, June 5, 1944. A crack commando team comprised of Captain Ben Grogan (Craig Hall, King Kong, 30 Days of Night) and Sergeant Joseph Tane (Karlos Drinkwater, “Spartacus: Blood and Sand”) are sent on a top secret mission to destroy gun emplacements inside German occupied territory in the Channel Islands. Diverted off their landing point by strong currents, they eventually find themselves near the entrance of an ominous German bunker. After placing explosives on the gun turret, they surprise and kill a fleeing German soldier pleading for help. And when the screams of a woman follow from inside, Grogan makes the decision to go on an unauthorized rescue mission. Once inside, however, the Captain encounters much more than he bargained for: a scene of unworldly carnage, where only a mysterious Nazi officer and a beautiful but devilish captive remain alive, and the battle between good and true evil is about to begin.” READ MORE
Below you’ll find Don Allen‘s video review for Chris Witherspoon’s Rage, which stars Audrey Walker, Rick Crawford and Chris Witherspoon. In addition, we’ve also added Brad McHargue’s written review here. He wasn’t a fan…
“A thirty something man who lives in a suburb just outside of Portland says goodbye to his beautiful and loving wife and heads into town. There he unintentionally provokes the wrath of a mysterious motorcyclist. The confrontation between the two, sets in motion a day long battle. Beginning in the form of harmless taunts then quickly escalating into something more serious and then into something unimaginable.” READ MORE
Our reviewer Don Allen is back with another video review, this time for Universal’s The Thing remake disguised as a prequel. His thoughts? Read on to find out!
The prelude to John Carpenter’s 1982 film of the same name is now on Blu-ray Combo Pack with UltraViolet, DVD, Digital Download and On Demand. The Thing stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World) as paleontologist Kate Lloyd who, along with the crew’s pilot Carter (Joel Edgerton, Warrior), discovers a mysterious organism buried in the ice. READ MORE
Now on VOD and DVD from Dimension Extreme is Hellraiser: Revelations, the Victor Garcia-directed sequel that reopens the Gates of Hell.
While we already have a scathing review, Don Allen is provided us with his video thoughts on the hotly anticipated sequel that ended up being nothing short of disappointing.
Starring Steven Brand as the new Pinhead, alongside Daniel Buran, Jolene Anderson, Nick Eversman, Stephen Smith Collins and Jay Gillespie, “Two friends in Mexico discover the Lament Configuration and unleash Pinhead, but one decides to try to survive by swapping himself with someone else. Once they go missing, family members go in search of them, but find Pinhead instead.” READ MORE