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New "Wolfman" Trailer And Images

Although the film doesn’t come out till February I’m going to come right out and say it, I’ve got “Wolfman” fever. We’re two trailers in now, the second of which was recently released and can be viewed below, and I can’t find one fault with the film. Alright maybe the wired Gallum looking kid is kind of crappy but my love for kick ass wolf transformation shots outweighs my extreme hatred for all things “Lord Of The Rings”.

Take a look at the brand spanking new images and trailer below and post up your thoughts.

A Clip From "House of the Devil"

I've got a clip here from Ti West's "House of the Devil". West landed on my radar a few years ago with his shockingly impressive indie film "The Roost". He was then hired to direct "Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever", which he has since disowned due to meddling from Lionsgate. This is his next original project, which has gotten mixed reaction so far on the festival circuit. The quality of "The Roost" is enough to keep me tuning in to see what he has in store for the future.

"Transylmania" Red Band Trailer

I really shouldn't want to see "Transylmania". By all accounts it looks pretty cheesy, and not so good, and yet these trailers have given me some kind of hope that it will be entertaining. This one, the now customary "Red-Band" trailer, has some extra NSFW goodness, so cubicle-dwellers beware.

"The Final" Tackles A Touchy Subject

Although the trailer for Joey Stewart's upcoming revenge flick "The Final" looks somewhat interesting, you can't help but feel that the controversial subject matter is, perhaps, in poor taste. With school-related violence occurring at a brutally alarming rate, basing an entire motion picture around a dejected group of outcasts who torture and torment their teenage enemies might be a hard sell to the general public. Then again, maybe that's precisely what Stewart had in mind.

"Vampire Party" Trailer

In lieu of the "A Nightmare on Elm St." trailer, finding something blog worthy is difficult, so I give you something light, fluffy, and French. The trailer for "Vampire Party" while entirely in French, gives you a good idea of the level of ridiculousness that will permeate this film. It has a schlocky Vincent Price horror comedy feel that I love.

But truthfully, it doesn't do it any justice. For a better clip, Check this out:

Nightmare trailer coming soon

I unfortunately do not have the trailer for "A Nightmare on Elm St." just yet, but there are whispers that a teaser trailer will front "Zombieland" on October 2nd, a movie that most genre fans won't have to go out of their way to see. I'm just glad it's not attached to a "Saw" film.

The Elm Street trailer will debut online around the same time. Producer Brad Fuller tweeted yesterday that:

Sometimes teasers/trailers can be found on the internet before they end up in theaters.

Subtitled Trailer For "[Rec] 2"

Out of principal I generally will say the American version of any film is better no matter who made it first. Anyone who doesn’t hate freedom and bald eagles would have to agree. It’s a fact. But after watching “Quarantine”, the American version of the Spanish film “[Rec]”, I had to say I was impressed. Namely it didn’t have Jennifer Carpenter sniffling in a camera for 90 minutes. Queue the fat guy screaming GOAL!

Redband Trailer For The "It's Alive" Remake

I wasn't even born yet when the original "It's Alive" came out but when I finally saw it the film taught me one thing, never ever EVER have a baby. They will kill you. They won't even wait until they grow up to do it. Nope, a newborn child will come out of the womb and go straight into slasher mode. Fear the children, people.

"Growth" Trailer and first two minutes

I have a treat for you - just in time for lunch on the East Coast! It's the trailer and first two minutes of "Growth", a film about parasitic slugs that make you smart, strong and horny - before they kill you... or something. Here's the synopsis:

Trailer For "Paranormal Activity" Goes Online

If there is one thing I love, it's a good horror movie that frightens the crap out of my wife. Despite what you think of "House Of 1,000 Corpses" I will always love it for that fact that to this day I can just say the words "run rabbit run" and creep my better half out. I do this not because I'm a mean person, but because there are very few situations in a marriage where the guy can have the upper hand.

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