Horror


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The sixth film in a series that has arguably gone on for far too long, Resident Evil: Retribution gives us more of the same and actually manages to breathe a bit of freshness into the film series, providing us with new twists and more characters from the games.
Everyone's favorite Mary Sue returns in another video-game adaptation that resurrects the dead horse for further beating.
While Rob Zombie's first Halloween was a mediocre re-telling of the horror classic, his sequel presents an entirely different take to the original Halloween 2. Zombie outdoes himself as a filmmaker as he brings the series to a startling finish.
Shock rocker turned filmmaker Rob Zombie secures the rights to a major horror franchise. His style brings some predictable differences to the film, while still being respectful of the original.
"Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms, and the autumn moon is bright."

Twilight fans, if you think guys turning into dogs is hot and have a fetish for gore, then this is the film for you!
Rob Zombie ambitiously names his latest album a direct sequel to his hard hitting debut. If his goal was to return to his original sound of poppy yet macabre hard metal with danceable beats and melodic hooks, he seems to have failed.
Michael Meyers is a man obsessed. So much so, that six bullets and a knife in the chest was not enough to end his reign of terror. What is it that drives Michael so in his quest to kill this girl? A continuation of the first film, we find out more about the reasons as the body count rises, and the town of Haddonfield must find out what it takes to stop a killer.
As a child, Michael Meyers brutally murdered his older sister for reasons unknown. Now, 15 years later, he has escaped from the mental institution to return to his hometown, intent on reliving that grisly Halloween night.
In an increasingly common marketing ploy these days, a direct-to-DVD animated prequel is released to boost a franchise. The difference here is that the franchise in question is a first debut video game.
Also on tap for the June 5-7 event: the world premiere of zombie flick Dead Air, Trick 'R Treat director Michael Dougherty, and reunions for Last House on the Left, Friday the 13th, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre...
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