We heard about The Woods a few months ago as the new movie from You’re Next and The Guest’s Adam Wingard but at Comic Con, it was revealed that The Woods is actually a direct sequel to 1999’s The Blair Witch Project.
Taking a cue from video games, Pandemic puts you in the shoes of a member of a team being sent into Los Angeles to deal with a viral outbreak that is turning the citizens of the city into zombies.
Trying to get ready of a production of the play “The Gallows”, a group of high school students are stalked by the vengeful spirit of “Charlie”, who died during the last time the play was performed at the school 20 years ago.
Seemingly lost in development hell, Oren Peli’s Area 51 is finally arriving in May with a limited theatrical and VOD release.
The most crowded weekend of the month has four new movies and, shockingly, the gimmicky looking Unfriended is one of the highest rated while Paul Blart 2 seems on the verge of the legendary 0% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.
With Prometheus coming out, The Aslyum put out their own alien movie with the found footage Alien Origin, which actually feels more like a low rent Predator knock off.
Frank Grillo and Maria Bello are called in to a brutal crime scene where the only survivor claims demons are to blame in the upcoming, James Wan produced, horror movie, Demonic.
December gets off to a slow start this weekend as the only wide release is the apparently terrible found footage horror movie, The Pyramid.
The Shaolin trained Z Team is here for their first, full length martial arts movie, Die Fighting, where the quartet is forced into a series of scenarios by a mysterious “Director”, who is filming everything.
August closes out with two movies that seem like they were close to being good but, according to critics, did not escape cliches.