I don't know when the hell this was decided but apparently "Quarantine 2: Terminal" will hit theaters on June 17th. Of course it will be limited, which means probably a total of 8 theaters will be showing it. Half of those will be in a bunch of crappy theaters in the middle of the Village and the other half in equally crappy theaters in LA, all of which will be filled with pricks. Save me a seat!
For those of you who have been waiting for the "Nightmare on Elm Street" sequels to hit Blu-Ray I've got good news and bad news. The good news is both 2 & 3 in the series are being released on September 27th. The bad news is they're going to be released on one disc so I'm guessing special features are going to be pretty slim. And the news that I had a lovely weekend is probably not good or bad to you. Jerk.
David Arquette is a director now! Well alright I guess he's directed some TV and crap but "Glutton" is the first movie I've actually noticed his name attached to and what's more is his sister Patricia Arquette has now been cast as the sister of a morbidly obese bedridden man which the movie focuses on. Am I the only one who's slightly turned on by this movie premise? Yes? I should have figured.
Some good Blu-Ray news for you though is that Steven Spielberg himself has confirmed that "Jaws" will in fact be released on the magical disc in the near future. He's also confirmed that there will be no digital enhancements of any kind done to the film and it will be left in its true original glory. Which makes me wonder why I need a 37th version of the movie but I'm sure I can find a reason. I'm really good at talking myself into things.