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My Bloody Valentine Uncut: Deleted Scenes!

My Bloody Valentine Uncut: Deleted Scenes!
Source:Ryan Rotten, Managing Editor December 31, 2008


They've been rumored about and discussed across message boards by slasher film enthusiasts, now those deleted scenes from George Mihalka's My Bloody Valentine will be revealed in all of their gory glory when Lionsgate releases the film uncut on DVD January 13th. A copy of said disc floated my way last night and I promptly gave it a spin. For fans, this disc cannot be missed. The scenes are restored and immensely satisfying (gorehounds rejoice). A full disc review is coming, in the meantime, enjoy some of these "screen grabs" from the excised scenes. These are just a tease, wait until you see these shots in action...Credit: Shock Till You Drop

Two Clips from the Zombie Film Dead Snow

Two Clips from the Zombie Film Dead Snow
Source:Twitch Film December 31, 2008


One film we're eager to see in 2009 is the Norwegian undead orgy called Dead Snow, which throws a bunch of vacationers against Nazi zombies against the backdrop of a snowy mountain range. It plays to Sundance audiences next month and, fingers crossed, we'll hear about some U.S. acquisition news shortly after its premiere.

Two clips made their online debut today and they're hosted by the cats at Twitch Film. Clip number one might have you feelin' frisky, clip two features a good share of walking maggot meat. If you haven't seen the trailer yet, I suggest you get your ass to this spot now.

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Top 10 Box Office for 2008 Domestic and International

Top 10 Box Office for 2008 Domestic and International

2008 U.S. Domestic Box-Office Top Ten

1. The Dark Knight - $530.9 million
5. Iron Man - $318.3 million
2. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull - $317.0 million
4. Hancock - $227.9 million
8. WALL-E - $223.8 million
3. Kung Fu Panda - $215.4 million
9. Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa - $174.9 million
6. Twilight - $167.3 million
7. Quantum of Solace - $164.3 million
10. Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! - $154.5 million


2008 Worldwide Box-Office Top Ten

1. The Dark Knight - $996.9 million
2. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull - $786.6 million
3. Kung Fu Panda - $631.9 million
4. Hancock - $624.4 million
5. Iron Man - $581.9 million
6. Mamma Mia! - $572.2 million
7. Quantum of Solace - $537.1 million
8. WALL-E - $507.3 million
9. Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa - $457.2 million
10. The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian - $419.6 million

Good to see several of my favorite movies of the year in this.

My Bloody Valentine Video Clip

The First Clip from My Bloody Valentine 3D!
Source:MTV December 30, 2008


The My Bloody Valentine 3D promotion machine is speeding up and today MTV Movies Blog has posted the very first clip from the slasher remake starring Jensen Ackles and Jaime King.

Synopsis: Ten years ago, a tragedy changed the town of Harmony forever. Tom Hanniger, an inexperienced coal miner, caused an accident in the tunnels that trapped and killed five men and sent the only survivor, Harry Warden, into a permanent coma. But Harry Warden wanted revenge. Exactly one year later, on Valentine's Day, he woke up...and brutally murdered twenty-two people with a pickaxe before being killed.

Ten years later, Tom Hanniger returns to Harmony on Valentine's Day, still haunted by the deaths he caused. Struggling to make amends with his past, he grapples with unresolved feelings for his ex-girlfriend, Sarah, who is now married to his best friend, Axel, the town sheriff. But tonight, after years of peace, something from Harmony's dark past has returned. Wearing a miner's mask and armed with a pickaxe, an unstoppable killer is on the loose. And as his footsteps come ever closer, Tom, Sarah and Axel realize in terror that it just might be Harry Warden who's come back to claim them...
View the Video Clip for My Blood Valentine Here!

Top 6 Scary Movie Releases of 09

Top 6 Scary Movie Releases of 09

1) Friday the 13th - This is a slam dunk for me. Platinum Dunes, Jason Voorhees, Pamela Voorhees. Friday the 13th looks dirty and gritty. It also marks the return of my favorite killer Jason Voorhees. Michael Bay looks to have scored again.

2) Halloween H2 - Rob Zombie and Tyler Mane already confirmed to be returning for the sequel to Zombie's vision of Halloween. Personally, I looked the reimaging of Michael Myers and the white trash aspect of his envolvement. I look forward to this movie and any year Jason wasn't returning this would be my number 1.

3) My Bloody Valentine - I could've cared less. Until the trailers started dropping for this slasher flick. And frankly, it looks great. This looks to be a possible brutal flick.

4) Saw VI - I know I know. Everybody is tired of Jigsaw. Well, not me. The Saw films continue to have new deaths and I like how all of the stories are tied in from the previous ones.

5) Outlander - Anything with the plot aliens, Jim Caviezel and Ron Perlman has me stoked.
Braun and steel collide with feuding aliens in Howard McCain's period creature feature starring Jim Caviezel, Sophia Myles, Jack Huston, Ron Perlman and John Hurt. "Former Jesus" plays a man from another world named Kainan who crash lands in ancient Norway, bringing with him a monster that escapes and wreaks havoc on the Vikings living in the vicinity.

6)Final Destination 3D - Well, The first two were unreal - the 3rd well. It was ok. However, the director of the 2nd one returns for the fourth. And lets face it. I thought the 2nd one was better than the first. Interstate. All that needs to be said.

Friday the 13th Movie Trailer - Remake Trailer - New Friday Trailer

Friday the 13th Movie Trailer - Remake Trailer - New Friday Trailer

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The Day The Earth Stood Still Box Office

Day Earth Stood Still Box Office for Friday


Moviegoers refused to be idle on Friday, shelling out $11.6 million for Twentieth Century Fox's sci-fi redux "The Day the Earth Stood Still" in addition to a plethora of award season releases.
Playing in 3,560 theaters and based on the 1951 Robert Wise film, "The Day the Earth Stood Still" marks the third highest opening day for headliner Keanu Reeves after 2003's "The Matrix Reloaded" ($42.5 million) and "The Matrix Revolutions" ($24.3 million). The pic, directed by Scott Derrickson, had a substantial edge over number two placeholder, Warner Bros. "Four Christmases" yesterday and looks to keep its lock on the No. 1 spot through Sunday. In its third Friday, "Christmases" rang up $4.2 million from 3,540, down 27%, for a current running cume of $78.9 million.

Boffo theater averages also abounded yesterday as a number of Golden Globe nominees and specialty pics vying for award contention unspooled in limited markets. Clint Eastwood's "Gran Torino" from Warner Bros. saw the day's highest theater average with $12,427 or $75,000 from six playdates in New York and Los Angeles. "Torino" marks Eastwood's first appearance onscreen since his 2004 Oscar winning best picture "Million Dollar Baby." "Torino's" playdate average bests the $9,736 racked up by the previous film he directed, "Changeling" as well as $6,179 charted on "Baby's" first Friday.

Miramax's "Doubt," which drew five Golden Globe nods on Thursday for best actress (Meryl Streep), actor (Philip Seymour Hoffman), supporting actress (Viola Davis and Amy Adams) and screenplay (John Patrick Shanley); made $141,000 from 15 locales yesterday for a stellar $9,377 per site average. The film is based on Shanley's 2005 Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning play.

Another Globes contender, Weinstein Co.'s "The Reader" generated $47,000 from eight sites Friday or $5,877. Pic was nominated for four Globes including best drama, supporting actress (Kate Winslet), director (Stephen Daldry) and screenplay (David Hare). "Reader" bowed in one theater Wednesday and has since earned $59,000.

Other pics slotting at the top of the box office chart yesterday included November holdover "Twilight" which ranked third with $2.6 million on 3,649, repping a 44% decline and a total B.O. of $144.7 million. Playing at 3,133, Disney's "Bolt" took fourth with $1.8 million, down 28%, and a running cume of $83.1 million. Fox's "Australia" rounded out fifth with $1.25 million off 2,703, down 44%, for a current running cume of $34.8 million.

Overture's urban laffer "Nothing Like the Holidays" starring Debra Messing and John Leguizamo bowed in sixth place with $1.2 million off 1,671. The day's third wide release, the animated fantasy film "Delgo" from Freestyle releasing, didn't fare that well, earning an estimated $119,000 from 2,160 theaters for a per theater of $55.

Other award season contenders yielding substantial box office spikes included Universal's "Frost/Nixon" which jumped its theater count from three to 39, generating $166,000 or $4,250 per theater. Pic's second Friday marks a two fold-plus surge and its cume currently stands at $413,500.

Focus Features' "Milk" chalked up $715,000, a 42% uptick after expanding from 99 to 328 venues. Pic's domestic B.O. is at $5.7 million. Fox Searchlight's "Slumdog Millionaire" grabbed $560,000 at 169 theaters, a 48% uptick, and a current B.O. in its fifth Friday of $6.4 million.
Credit: Variety.Com

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Halloween - The Remake Review (Rob Zombie)

Ok, ok, ok. I will get killed on this post for this. but, i don't give a rats ass. I loved this reimaging of Halloween from Rob Zombie. First, of all i will admit i'm kinda a sucker for Zombie. I dug House of 1000 Corpes and The Devil's Rejects. I like seeing the same characters actors in movies. I was stoked that Ken Foree got in this picture. I absolutely loved the aspect of Michael Myers getting a back story. I liked the white trash kid and abusive family aspect. I'm a very big fan of backstories so shoot me. Rob gave Halloween a raw edgy feel that its been desparately needing. Don't get me wrong I enjoyed the previous movies and their always good for a watch but, this hits you in the fucking mouth. It was tremendous to have malcolm macdowell as Dr. Loomis and to see the return of Danielle Harris to a large feature flick was very cool. Rob did not stray too far from the original once Michael ends up back in Haddonfield. Like i said i was big on this picture's back story. I continue to be baffled that fans hammer Rob for this movie. I sometimes wonder if they are even watching the same movie. This movie is raw, dirty, ugly and exactly what this franchise needed. I also like Michael being played by Tyler Mane. He added a very Jason Voorhees quality to Michael in order to bring back a freight train feeling Michael needed. I give this movie 4 axes out of 5. Michael Myers

My first movie review - Jason Lives Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th Part 6 - Jason Lives - this is my first movie review and its on my favorite horror movie of all time. Yeah, Yeah, I know people are going ooooh. the Exorcist... Oh Blair Witch (which i liked and wait til i get to that review)... oh blah blah blah. I consider this one of the best slasher flicks of all time. interesting story behind this movie. I first saw it when i was 10 on Xmas eve at my uncle's house. everybody else was in the kitchen and him and me sat on the coach and watched this. it was unlike anything i can remember seeing. The movie marks the return of Jason Voorhees that had been killed by Tommy Jarvis in Friday the 13th the Final Chapter. and interestingly enough Jason was dead. I mean dead and buried. No returning. Well, enter Tommy Jarvis the hero from the previous two Fridays. As we know from A New Beginning Tommy is being haunted by visions on Jason. So he decides upon leaving the nut house he will go dig up Jason and burn the body. Which is great in theory. but, could you pick a night where it wasn't storming? The opening of this movie is great. And features Jason walking out and slashing the screen like James Bond. Personally, I liked Thom Mathews as Tommy Jarvis. He was strong, had good facial expressions, and added some humor. There were some great deaths in this movie - the knife thru the side of the head which a guy was driving a motor home and Jason busting the door off of it and standing on top. Which has become a infamous scene in the serious. In fact its the Wallpaper for my Jason Voorhees tribute site Jason Voorhees. It also lets us know Jason will not harm children although he's very curious about them. This also marks the movie where Jason became more apart of the undead unstopping terminator we got the following films. Jason twists a girls head off and he literally folds a cop in half. also this movie had a great ending that builds up. I will continue to say if they decide to ever Kill Jason for good Tommy Jarvis has to be the one to do it. I give it 5 axes out of 5.

Halloween 2? To Zombie or Not to Zombie?

According to Bloody Disgusting.Com everything may or may not be on for Rob Zombie directing the Halloween 2 sequel. Personally, alot of folks didn't like the remake he did however, i was not one of those people. I thought the remake was off tha flipping chain. I liked the white trash espect and making Myers more of a Jason Voorhees type killer. Large and Strong. read the full story at here at Bloody-Disgusting.Com Read Article