Silence is Your Friend in ‘Escape Dead Island’

bloody disgusting - Sat, 11/01/2014 - 10:00

Because the game is only a few weeks out now and we still haven’t seen much of it, Deep Silver recently posted a new video from Escape Dead Island that shows off how incredibly easy it is to stealth kill one of the game’s zombies versus how ridiculously difficult it is to take that same ghoul out with a shotgun at point blank range.

These undead creatures possess serious bullet sponge prowess, I’m guessing, unless they’re shot in the head. That’s why you always aim for the head, folks.

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Escape Dead Island releases on Nov 18 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

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[13 Days of Horror] ‘The Evil Within’

bloody disgusting - Sat, 11/01/2014 - 03:27

Sorry this episode is coming to you so late, my apartment is temporarily without Internet, so I haven’t been able to record anything new for you. You can thank Comcast for that. I’m going to try my best to get caught up as quickly as possible, starting with a playthrough of the first two chapters of Shinji Mikami’s The Evil Within.

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‘Dying Light’ Drops Support for PS3, Xbox 360

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 22:38

In news that may be disappointing for some folks, but really isn’t that surprising, Dying Light developer Techland has announced they’re dropping support of last-gen consoles for their upcoming open-world zombie beat ‘em up. As we continue to progress into this exciting new generation of gaming consoles, the PS3 and Xbox 360 will only see less love down the road. The only thing I find surprising about this decision is that they didn’t make it sooner, especially after they made a similar move with the upcoming dark fantasy RPG, Hellraid.

Unless you don’t own a PS4, Xbox One or a decent PC or plan on getting one of those things soon, this really is good news.

This move frees them to focus all of their resources into making this ambitious open-world game the best game it can be, without holding any platform(s) back. And with some serious competition coming from the Yager-developed Dead Island 2, this game will need to be great.

Techland broke the news in a Facebook post, saying “after thorough internal testing, we have come to the conclusion that we have no choice but to leave past-gen systems behind and release Dying Light exclusively on the next-gen consoles and PC.” because the aging consoles “couldn’t run the game and stay true to the core vision of Dying Light at the same time.”

Dying Light hits PC, PS4 and Xbox One on January 27, 2015.

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Goblin Announces New Album ‘Four Of A Kind’

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 21:37

Italian progressive rock band Goblin have announced that pre-orders are now available for their new album Four Of A Kind through Pledge Music. There are multiple levels that one can pledge, up to $500, which will net the pledger a reservation spot to hang out with the band in a studio in Rome (travel and accommodation not included).

Four Of A Kind will be the band’s first new studio album since 2006′s Back To The Goblin. The band is noted for having composed such Italian horror films as Suspiria, Profondo Rosso, Phenomena, and more.

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‘Shadow of the Eternals’ is Back in Development

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 21:30

After three failed attempts to get Shadow of the Eternals made with the help of crowdfunding and the arrest of one of its developers, one of our favorite survival horror games may be getting that “spiritual successor” after all.

The news comes from a press release sent out by Quantum Entanglement Entertainment — that’s a mouthful — a “unique entertainment company” based in Toronto, Canada. The studio was co-founded by Silicon Knights founder Denis Dyack, who last served as the chief creative officer at Precursor Games, the studio that was originally behind the game.

Quantum is working on the oft-requested follow-up to Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem, but one look at this game’s incredibly rocky past and it’s clear we should all probably take a wait and see approach with this one.

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Bold Statement: ‘Halloween 3′ Is the Best In the Series

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 21:13

It doesn’t have Mike Myers. It doesn’t have Sam Loomis. It wasn’t directed by John Carpenter. And Halloween 3: Season of the Witch is the best in the series. Now hold on, before you knock down my door with pitchforks and torches, hear me out! The Halloween franchise started with Carpenter, Debra Hill, and the tale of “The Shape”. When it came time to film Halloween 3, Carpenter and Hill weren’t interested unless it didn’t involve Michael Myers. For many horror fans that was like signing the movie’s death warrant before it even got released. But I fell in love with this strange little movie the first time I saw it, and now I’m going to sway you, too!

The Plot

Here’s the basic rundown: A doctor’s patient is murdered in his hospital bed, then the murderer light himself on fire. The Doctor, confused, and the patient’s daughter, heartbroken, team up to find out why this tragedy happened. As Halloween ticks ever closer, they find themselves embroiled in a plot for world domination by an Irish millionaire with a Halloween mask company. Sound weird? It is! This movie, which some may shrug off as ridiculous, actually kind of revels in its weirdness. It’s a simple story with a lot of strange plot hooks and twists… not your run of the mill.

The Direction

Season gets ragged on for being a “cheesy” horror movie, but the production quality is actually pretty high. Director Tommy Lee Wallace used a variety of filming techniques, from wide sweeping shots to claustrophobic close-ups. And each type of shot served its purpose. Halloween 3 opens (after a computer-generated pumpkin smiles at us from the opening credits) with a man running for his life from an unknown threat. The scenes are still and static, and the actor does all the movement. It sets a mood early in the film that illicits feelings of confusion and entrapment. When our heroes make it into the small town of Santa Mira, California, the tone shifts and the movie fills with suspicion, paranoia, and dread. This isn’t just another slasher cash-in, this is a weird movie that’s filmed well.


The Acting

Tom Atkins is a horror mainstay, the guy’s been bringing barrels-chested machismo to flicks since the late sixties. His most famous role, perhaps, is of the detective in Night of the Creeps, but he really shines as the hunky lead in 3. His no-nonsense, straight-faced earnestness in this movie keeps the plot from getting out of hand, and he’s got a great scream too. His love interest, the bereaving Ellie played by Stacey Nelkin, is a tough and inquisitive partner. The two make a glimmering duo in this movie. But no one in the movie keeps up with Dan O’Herlihy, who plays the ruthless villain Conal Cochran with seething delight.

The Special Effects

The gore in Halloween 3: Season of the Witch, doesn’t come often, but when it does it’s grisly. When an annoying customer complains about a malfunctioning Halloween mask she gets a blast of energy right to the face. Her death scene is one of the nastiest in all the Halloween movies. It’s strange, we don’t expect it, and it’s tough to look at. Other moments, including the melting of a child’s head (in a mask, we’re not that evil), are executed with a lot of talent from Don Post Studios. The movie’s not the bloodiest horror flick out there, but when it hits it hits hard.

A Legacy Lost

Finally, I think I love this movie because of everything it could have been. The original plan for the Halloween series was for it to be serial in nature. Scary things happening in each film, with the only through-line being the date: Halloween. But because Halloween was such a success, they hurried up and put out Halloween 2 which meant more Michael Myers. Once the audience got a taste for that pasty terror, there was no going back. Now I love Michael Myers, I think he’s a great, scary, complicated villain. But holy smokes, how awesome would it have been to get a high-quality anthology of horror movies every year?

So before you skip Halloween 3 on your binge this season, remember… it’s well acted, well shot, and weird as hell! What more could a horror fan ask for? You can keep your Michael Myers, tense plotting, and minimal aesthetics. Give me melting heads, screaming men with mustaches, and evil Celtic maniacs!

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Free ‘Among the Sleep’ DLC Comes Out of Hiding Next Week

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 21:09

Developer Krillbite Studio has revealed some free DLC for their quirky toddler horror platformer, Among the Sleep, which released on Steam in May. Apparently, the DLC has been developed in collaboration with the folks who helped the game raise nearly a quarter of a million dollars on Kickstarter last year. According to the announcement trailer, it’ll release on November 5 and looks like it will be set in a snowy cabin in the woods.

In related news, Among the Sleep is 40% off on Steam until Nov 3 as a part of its massive Halloween Sale.

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‘Costume Quest 2′ Review: Sweets from a Stranger

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 20:47

Written by Vikki Blake, @_vixx

With all the hallmarks of a fun – if forgettable – seasonal hit, it’s tempting not to take Double Fine’s Costume Quest 2 too seriously.

But beneath the agreeable exterior beats the heart of a slick little RPG that’s as sweet and addictive as the Halloween candy we’re tasked with collecting. It’s no surprise that fans have been clamouring for a second instalment.

Costume Quest 2 plunges us back into the lives of Wren and Reynold – the fraternal twins you may recall from the original game – who once again find themselves stumbling unwittingly into yet another Halloween disaster, this time courtesy of arectypital bad guy Orel White – a pissed off dentist with a grudge against all things Halloween – who banishes the holiday.

And so our premise is set. The perky twins set off to locate the dentist and undo the past,
leaping back and fore through time via a selection of time portals whilst collecting candy from strangers and battling monsters along the way.

The gameplay plays out just as the original story. There’s a mishmash of puzzles, sidequests, turn-based battles and, naturally, trick-or-treating. With each door you knock in the hope of topping up your candy pail, there’s every chance you’ll encounter a weird and wonderful enemy instead of a friendly neighbour.

When a monster does step in and challenge you to a battle, your chosen flavour of twin transforms into whichever costume they happen to be wearing at the time. On most occasions, the costumes – and their associated superpowers – are fantastically fun, with each lending it’s own particular RPG flavour (Soldier, Medic etc.).

Unsurprisingly, this means that, initially, you’ll need to seek out bigger and better costumes. This is not as easy as it seems. Whilst some costumes come ready-to-wear, many do not, and to complete them you need to think strategically – and sometimes a little experimentally – and explore your surroundings to locate the materials and patterns necessary to create your costume.

That said, the costume selection is by no means a prerequisite, and it’s probably pretty easy to sail through the game with nothing but the costumes you and your friends arrive wearing (our Candy Corn companion aside). Once you settle into a party that works as you’d like, it’s hard to bust out of the rut and experiment with the new outfits.

Which brings us onto the battles themselves. Rarely challenging, the turn-based combat offers up the bog-standard mix of basic attack with the occasional individual special power, although these can be enhanced by collecting/purchasing Creepy Treat cards.

Time-based responses and button-prompts are your tools and whilst they’re rarely difficult, it’s easy to mis-time the odd attack and have a colleague expire as a consequence. The key, as you might expect, is to mix up the cards and your characters so that each contributor brings something different to the fighting arena.

The issue here is that the combat rarely challenges you, and you may often find your curious exploration of the story environs stuttered by interruptions of the rinse-repeat combat sequences. Animations are rehashed over and over, and progression feels consciously sluggish compared to the original. Oh, and I did I mention that you have to backtrack, endlessly, to fill up your life meters after each battle? No? Maybe that’s because I was so frickin’ tired of it, I STOPPED CARING.

That said – and somewhat amazingly – the game’s holiday-themed foundation rarely feels cheesy or forced. The environments are colourful and detailed, crammed with Halloween-based props that lend a rich, warm and comfortable glow to the various backdrops that are the perfect setting for this warm, occasionally laugh-out-loud story.

Even though you can often see the next twist or turn coming a mile off, that doesn’t detract from the enjoyment in any way thanks to a (mostly) sharp, witty script. (And at least this time you can read the text at your own leisure – the original game was not so obliging.)

The Final Word: There’s a heady mix of exploration and combat here, and whilst the latter can, on occasion, be a little tiresome, it’s not quite enough to tamper the enjoyment. In fact, very little does – Costume Quest 2 is fun and funny way to while away a few hours long after the Halloween decorations and candy pails have been boxed away for another year.

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‘The Evil Within’ Demo is Now Available on Steam

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 20:24

Let’s say you read my review, but you’re still unsure about The Evil Within. If that’s the case, Bethesda just made it even easier to decide whether or not Shinji Mikami’s long anticipated return to survival horror is worth your time by offering a lengthy demo of the game that can be downloaded right now, free of charge, on Steam.

The demo covers the first three chapters of The Evil Within, so it’s pretty substantial. In the event that you fall hopelessly in love with its gory charm, purchasing the full game will let you save any progress made playing the demo.

Also, for some reason, they’re offering free copies of Call of Cthulhu with each purchase.

The Evil Within is available now on PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

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No Monster is Safe in This ‘Alone in the Dark’ Trailer

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 20:05

Aside from being the first sequel in about six years, Alone in the Dark: Illumination is special in that it will — for the first time ever — add cooperative multiplayer to a series that’s exclusively been about the solo experience for over two decades. As someone who’s managed to sink several hundred hours into Left 4 Dead, I’m looking forward to seeing how a similar multiplayer component will work in a series like Alone in the Dark.

At the very least, I’d like it to be good enough to help me forget about the still MIA Left 4 Dead 3.

You can pre-order Alone in the Dark: Illumination for $26.99 (10% off) right now on Steam.

Oh, and happy Halloween!

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TNT Gives a Pilot Order to Breed

Dread Central - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 19:26

Way back in May we got word that TNT was developing writer John Scott Shepherd’s “Breed,” and now they’ve given it a pilot order. It’ll be directed by Scott Winant (“Fargo”) and produced by Nicky Weinstock of Invention Film Co.

Per Deadline, Shepherd, Weinstock, and Winant will executive produce. If greenlit as a series, it’s likely that “Breed” will air on the network’s action/genre Sunday night.

Look for more soon!

Synopsis
This atmospheric, supernatural drama centers on a volatile race of creatures who are committing brutal murders in the Pacific Northwest and the reluctant FBI investigator who pairs with a female assassin to track them. “Breed” mixes suspense, excitement, and humor to create an exhilarating ride full of unexpected moments and unforgettable characters.

 

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Twisted Music Video Of The Week Vol. 159: Bobby Pickett “Monster Mash”

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 17:30

It’s Halloween, so what better way to celebrate than with some ghoulish dancing and partying? Gather your candy, adjust your masks, make sure your costume is on tight, and get ready for Bobby (Boris) Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers‘ “Monster Mash”!

Really, could there be a more perfect song for tonight? Get on down and enjoy this performance from American Bandstand!

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Blackest Rainbow Releasing ‘Blue Ruin’ Soundtrack

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 17:09

Blackest Rainbow records has opened up pre-orders for the soundtrack to 2013′s revenge thriller Blue Ruin. Composed by brothers Brooke and Will Blair, the core is heavily influenced by horror films of the 80′s and their synth scores and yet also has elements of sinister ambience and classical melodies.

Blackest Rainbow is releasing the soundtrack on vinyl with two color variants. The first edition will be 180-gram blue vinyl with a rust haze and will be limited to 150 copies. The second edition is also 180-gram blue vinyl but this time with rust splatters and is also limited to 150 copies.

You can pre-order the soundtrack via Bandcamp. Shipping will occur in December. Head below to stream the music, which is perfect for creating a terrifying Halloween experience.

Blue Ruin (Original Score To The Film) by Brooke Blair and Will Blair

Jeremy Saulnier’s Blue Ruin premiered at 2013 Cannes Film Festival to great critical acclaim and won the FIPRESCI Prize. It gained distribution and opened in the US to April 2014 to a great response from critics and audiences.

This revenge thriller focuses largely on the consequences of revenge, and the main act of revenge you expect will be the focus of the film happens early on and it spirals progressively into even darker and grim territory, dramatically enhanced by the score by brothers, Brooke and Will Blair. The relationship between composers and director has been long standing, having all known each other since they were kids, with Jeremy and the film’s Macon Blair, who plays lead protagonist Dwight, working on films for quite sometime. Macon, also happens to be the elder sibling to Brooke and Will. Brooke and Will composed music to most Jeremy’s previous work, and Macon also starred in some of this output.

Being so familiar with one another personally, Jeremy’s horror and 80s inspired early work, and his love of Carpenter’s music, the brothers settled a synth based score, which feels remarkably organic, and at times even almost classical. Minimal tones gliding through one another, with the tense and melancholic themes of the film, percussion seemed like it would detract from the tone of the film. However at times there is a slight percussion sound, which was created from a sample of Macon’s heartbeat, that was unexpectedly captured on set by his lavalier mic on set. Editor Julia Bloch sent them a short file, which was manipulated into a “drum”. It seemed appropriate to incorporate Dwights’ actual life force, his heartbeat into the score. The intensity of this picture is driven home through the power of this score.

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What’s the Latest On Clive Barker’s ‘Hellraiser’?

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 16:49

Promoting his new Director’s Cut of Nightbreed – now available on Blu-ray – horror legend Clive Barker spoke with EW about the project among other things. One such project is the long-gestured Hellraiser remake.

The writer reveals he recently sent Dimension Films chief Bob Weinstein the second draft of his screenplay for a new Hellraiser movie, which Barker describes as a “very loose” remake of his original film.

“I think the phrase is ‘reboot,’ although I’ve never really understood what that meant,” he says. “I wanted to make sure we sounded some fresh notes. The movie actually begins on Devil’s Island. I wanted to fold into the Hellraiser narrative something about the guy—the Frenchman Lemarchand—who made the mysterious box, which raises Pinhead. I figured, ‘Well, what would have happened to him?’ He might well have been taken to Devil’s Island and I thought that would be a pretty cool place to start the movie. We’re waiting for Bob to come back to us and see when we’re going to actually make the movie.”

Apparently, there’s a loophole in the rights that if a movie isn’t made in a specific amount of time, it reverts back to the original rights holder. This is why Dimension Films puts out shit sequel after shit sequel. Now, if all of that pain and suffering us fans were put through was to eventually get a Clive Barker-directed reboot off the ground, it would be worth it.

And Pinhead would be proud of what Dimension made us go through to get it…

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Death Waltz, Waxwork Records, And Rendezvous Each Release A Halloween Mix Tape

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 16:46

The recent resurgence of horror soundtracks on vinyl is something we’ve been supporting and following for quite a while now. Trust me when I say that we’ve been loving every second of it. It’s incredible to see people cherish these scores and get excited over upcoming releases.

Two such labels that are responsible for releasing fantastic reissues are Death Waltz, and Waxwork. They’re each responsible for stunning albums that have unbelievable packaging and stellar audio quality. Meanwhile, Rendezvous is a DJ collective that pays tributes to the horror films of the 60′s through 80′s, giving homage to “…global psychedelia, incredibly strange cosmic funk, and other sleazy listening oddities

Today, each of these labels have released their own unique spin on a Halloween mixtape. Combined, you have nearly three hours of punk/metal, giallo, and horror scores. Head on down for some extra tunes for tonight’s festivities!

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NSFW: Incite “WTF” Music Video Premiere (Exclusive)

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 16:00

Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up with metal band Incite to bring you the music video premiere for “WTF”, which comes from their brand new album Up In Hell! The video, which was directed by Robert Sexton, tells a strange, eerie tale of a couple who visit each other in the morgue, standing over each other’s corpses. What they do next is illegal in pretty much every single state.

Incite features Richie Cavalera, son of Max Cavalera (Soulfly, Killer Be Killed) on vocals.

Head on down to check out this extremely NSFW video as well as several behind-the-scene photos. Then make sure you grab their latest album Up In Hell digitally or physically (including vinyl) via Amazon.

Incite online:
Official Website
Facebook
Twitter

Tour W/ 36 CRAZYFISTS, SKINLAB & ALL HAIL THE YETI
10/31 – South Lake Tahoe, CA @ Whiskey Dicks
11/1 – Portland, OR @ Ash St. Saloon
11/2 – Spokane, WA @ The Hop
11/3 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
11/5 – Redding, CA @ Bombay’s
11/6 – Santa Barbara, CA @ Velvet Jones
11/7 – San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick
11/8 – Los Angeles, CA @ Los Globos
11/9 – Scottsdale, AZ @ Pub Rock
11/10 – Santa Fe, NM @ The Skylight
11/12 – Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog
11/13 – Dallas, TX @ The Gas Monkey
11/14 – Tulsa, OK @ Downtown Lounge
11/15 – Norman, OK @ Labryinth
11/16 – Wichita, KS @ Lizard Lounge
11/17 – Denver, CO @ Roxy Theatre
11/18 – Grand Junction, CO @ Mesa Theater & Club
11/19 – Idaho Falls, ID @ DB’S
11/20 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Bar Deluxe
11/21 – Las Vegas, NV @ Cheyenne Saloon
11/22 – Oakland, CA @ Uptown
11/23 – Chico, CA @ Lost on Main

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Stop What You’re Doing And Download GosT’s Remix Of Carpenter Brut

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 15:47

Blood Music is on a serious roll with their signings and releases! I got hooked onto them when they announced that they were releasing Perturbator‘s Dangerous Days. Then I feel in love with their announcement that they’d be issuing the vinyl edition of Bilateral from Leprous, which is still one of my favorite albums of the last five years.

Coming soon they’ve got the debut album from GosT and it sounds like it’s going to be killer! Know how I know? Because they’ve released his remix of Carpenter Brut‘s “Roller Mobster” and the song is incredible! Horror synth with a dance club kick and an absolutely sick bass line towards the end.

But the best part is that you can download the track for free via Bandcamp! It’s under a “name your price” method, so if you feel that the track warrants a little spare change, definitely throw it their way to give them a Halloween treat!

Roller Mobster (GosT remix) by Carpenter Brut

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[Exclusive Comic Preview] “The Woods” #7

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 14:23

Just in time for Halloween we’ve got the exclusive preview of James Tynion IV’s young adult horror comic “The Woods” #7 from BOOM! Studios. Looks like things are really gearing up to go insane next week, so take a look at next week’s horrible sights right here, right now.

THE WOODS #7
Authors: James Tynion IV Artist: Michael Dialynas Cover Artist: Michael Dialynas Price: $3.99 Synopsis: The swarm has finally arrived, and it’s going to take the combined efforts of both the kids and the mysterious hunters to survive the onslaught. Meanwhile, we take a look at Ben on the night of the play one year ago, and his struggles to both be himself and be happy.
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Here’s Who Will Direct ‘Leatherface’! (Exclusive)

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 14:13

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre prequel is about to shed some serious gore.

A few weeks back we exclusively reported that Millennium Films had been talking with two sets of directors to get behind the camera for Leatherface, the prequel that would go back before Tobe Hooper’s 1974 The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and tell of Leatherface’s teenage years.

We can exclusively confirm this Halloween day that Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo, the duo behind the slasher masterpiece Inside (À l’intérieur), as well as Livide and the forthcoming Among the Living, will be helming Leatherface for Millienum and Lionsgate.

As I revealed in the aforementioned piece, the duo were also courted for New Line Cinema’s A Nightmare On Elm Street remake back in 2009. Now, it looks as if the French filmmakers will bring their splatter-soaked cinema talents to the States for another slasher franchise, the new Chainsaw prequel.

The biggest issue with Texas Chainsaw 3D was that it had an identity crisis – it didn’t know if it wanted to be fun or violent. I expect an onscreen slaughter with Leatherface. I expect a return to the grit and grime of the original. I expect it all from Maury Bustillo…

For those who have not seen Inside, go check it out and see why you should be beyond excited.

Seth M. Sherwood wrote the screenplay.

Millennium Films, who was behind the 2013 Texas Chainsaw 3D, is once again producing with Christa Campbell, Lati Grobman and Carl Mazzacone, for Lionsgate.

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5 Comics To Haunt You On Halloween

bloody disgusting - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 14:02

Being a user of this site, I’m sure you love to be scared, chilled, or downright shaken to your core. Today being Halloween we all take part in a little bit of horror, and if you’re not keen on staying in and watching horror movies all night (who am I kidding?) Then perhaps you could be interested in a little terrifying reading that will get your night off to a spooky start, or serve as the perfect nightcap to an evening of dread.

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