Marcus Dunstan, writer of "Saw" 4, 5 and 6, returns with "The Collection", the sequel to his film "The Collector" from 2009. Check it out November 30th. (click poster to enhance)

You may remember Michael Paul Stephenson as the guy who directed "Best Worst Movie", the breakout hit documentary from a few years back about "Troll 2".

Hard to argue against a poster design like that (click to enhance). "Hypothermia" comes out on DVD October 2nd.

So they took "Epic Beard Man" (google it, trust me) and turned it into a movie with Danny Trejo. Except now he's more of an all around do-gooder as opposed to an unhinged, possibly racist Santa impersonator that can throw a haymaker like nobody's business.

There's some amazing indie movies out there, and it's a shame that they don't get the exposure they deserve. Even if they are lucky enough to get a theater release, it's usually located too far for the majority of the fans to go & see it.

We checked out Darren Lynn Bousman's "Mother's Day" (a remake of the "classic" Troma film) a few months back on the podcast and the response, for the most part, was "thumbs up". Your chance to see it comes on May 8th when it hits DVD.

I never saw "[REC]2" so I have no idea where this series has gone. Is there going to be a wedding? Do I have to bring a present? Because I don't really have time to pick one up. Is cash ok? Anyway, ya, they're still making these. This one hits Spanish theaters at the end of March.

"Silent House", starring Elizabeth Olsen, is probably my most anticipated film of the year so far. Then they released this poster... I spend probably 50% of my time just trying NOT to make women cry. Now I'm going to pay to see a movie where this is the main selling point?

Good question, but not why we're here today. We're here to check this trailer and poster for "ATM", currently making the festival rounds. Looks like it could be effective, if you're willing to buy the premise that wherever they're stopping to get food wouldn't take credit cards, necessitating a trip to an ATM in a massive, empty parking lot with no other stores around. Let's face it though, as horror fans, we make ignoring obvious flaws into an artform. It's a survival mechanism.

I was going to post the trailer for "When The Lights Go Out", but I'm going to level with you, it looks terrible. The poster though sports my favorite promotional phrase of this week, "From the producers of 'Bend it like Beckham' and 'Moon'".