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.

Even though there's not a lot that's inspired looking to this trailer, the words "From the guy who brought you Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer" is enough for me to give this a shot. I will say, the visual style looks great. How does monster Robert Englund fit in here? Only time will tell...

Holy 'effin crap. A thousand times yes to this. The film's currently in post-production, so do your best to contain yourself for a few more months before we can see it. Also, if you're at work, make sure to put headphones on, unless the sound of someone screaming "FUCK POLIO!" is ok at your work. If it is, please let me know where I can direct my resume...

Here's some artwork for "Devil's Carnival", a film that just announced it has a member of Slipknot in it. Which one? I'm guessing someone with a mask whose parents didn't hug him when he was a kid. Just a stab in the dark.

Bonus, an ELEVEN MINUTE TEASER TRAILER. To hell with the definition of "Teaser"... half the movie, unedited. World' best PR campaign.

"The Sundance Diaries" is a month-long multimedia blog on, with entries made by some of the 64 international filmmakers whose short films were selected for the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. Kelly Sears' animated short "Once It Started It Could Not End Otherwise" uses vintage high school yearbooks to tell the story of a mysterious sickness surrounding American high school students in the 1970's.

I'm supposed to watch something else to review for the site today but I can't stop staring at this title in my Netflix Instant queue. Tiffany Shepis is an evil siren... (slight NSFW trailer after the jump)

"Who's Going to Stop Jack Frost" is cute in thinking I won't notice their testimonial quotes don't come with the names of anyone who actually said those things... (this just in, reading Bloody Good Horror is both "sexy and cool!") That said, the trailer looks slick for an Indie. I love what small filmmakers are doing with the hand-held HD-DSLR cameras these days. To me this is the next wave for the micro-budget film producer. Check it out and make up your own hyperbolic quotes in the comments...

(image not from the film but awesome)

I'm going to level with you, there's no way in hell I would ever be able to sit through this movie. That said, I do enjoy adorably sincere press releases.

Directed and produced by Tony Nunes, Zombie Allegiance stars Brandon Louis Aponte (Nun of That), Andre Boudreau (Atomic Brain Invasion), Carlos Brum (Splatter Disco), Sarah Nicklin (Beyond the Dunwich Horror, Nun of That), and Michael Reed (Nun of That) in a riveting and “scarily accurate metaphor* for our politically volatile times...

Wait, you mean to tell me almost the entire cast of "Nun of That" has reunited for this? Aw snap, sign me up! (trailer after the jump)

As cynical as I am about this franchise, I've got to admit that "Paranormal Activity 2" was way better than it had any right to be. They've chosen to continue with the same story for this film, going with a prequel setting complete with "shot on VHS" footage. How retro. Can the third film continue the success of the first two?

It's just not a holiday without an associated movie from my Cinema of Crap Collection! And in the true spirit of Thanksgiving, it revolves around a pissed off Indian, a curse, & a vulgar, homicidal turkey. Move over, "The Little Mermaid" - this is something the whole family can enjoy!