horror

Review: Frankenstien’s Army

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Review: Frankenstien’s Army

In a time of movie oversaturation, it’s tough to stand out in a crowd, especially when it comes to the horror genre. These days films are judged by their budgets instead of the creativity put into them. That means films like Frankenstien’s Army unfortunately fly below most people’s radar. That’ll be too bad for them, because they’ll be missing out of some of the most fun and creative monster designs seen in years.

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Movie Issues: You’re Next

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Movie Issues: You’re Next

Trailers can be the worst thing to happen to a movie. In 1:30 minutes, a lasting impressing needs to be made that leaves the audience wanting more. You’re Next is currently suffering from this problem, as its trailers make it look more like a rip off of The Strangers than the incredible experience that it is. You’re Next is a new school slasher film that turns several horror troupes on their heads and features one of the BEST female protagonists that we’ve seen in a long, long time.

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Frankenstein’s Army is coming to BluRay/DVD 9/10/13

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Frankenstein’s Army is coming to BluRay/DVD 9/10/13

World War II, Steampunk, and Frankenstein… what else could anyone ask for?  Coming soon to home video after a short run in select theaters, this horror story set in the twilight of WWII from director/creator Richard Raaphorst is more than a just another zombie Nazi flick.  Perhaps the biggest thing to grab people’s attention has been the amazing design of the patchwork monsters by Art Director Milena Koubkova and crew.  Both truly terrifying and awe inspiring, Frankenstein’s Army is sure to be a fall favorite and just in time for Halloween.

Check out the trailer below and reserve a copy.  There won’t be enough of these to go around…

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Comic Issues #125 – A Geekly Week

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Comic Issues #125 – A Geekly Week

You ever have a week of geek? The type where you do something so geeky, that you stop and acknowledge your geekdom?

Join our heroes and heroine this week as they journey into the depths of their inner geek. As they kick back and shot the breeze and talk about their weekly geek. Which starts innocently enough then slowly goes off the Geekend. What seemed like a normal conversation about Knights of the Old Republic, transforms into the world of Cybertron only to make it’s way to the dark-side of horror.

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Movie Issues Review: Evil Dead

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Movie Issues Review: Evil Dead

The Son of Sam has returned, and his name is Fede Alvarez. Based on the 1981 Cult Classic The Evil Dead directed by Sam Raimi (Wizard of Oz), the newest incarnation Evil Dead released this friday isn’t a remake as many have thought, but rather an intended sequel with A LOT of fan service to the original. Evil Dead still finds a familiar cast of young 20-somethings in a familiar cabin where an evil is released and one by one everyone dies brutal, gory deaths in a film that is relentless from beginning to end.

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Movie Issues: Black Christmas

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Movie Issues: Black Christmas

Happy Holidays!!! T’is the season once again here at Movie Issues HQ and we are just beginning to celebrate. We’re getting the lights out, the tree up, and the eggnog all liquored and ready to go! To start the season off we watched the 2006 remake of Black Christmas. This is a real piece of crap, what a terrible idea this movie was. Unlike the original from 1974, which is an amazing horror film, this is just one uninspiring film from to start to finish.  Like the gift of socks or a bad tie, you just want to leave this under the tree and hope it’s forgotten. So please download and join us as we try to get though this appalling movie.

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Movie Issues: Poltergeist

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Movie Issues: Poltergeist

When it’s Halloween, what’s a better way to enjoy the season? Ghost movies of course! This week we watched the best ghost movie ever made: 1982s Poltergeist, the simple story of a family that moves into a house that becomes haunted by several pissed off spirits that make their daily lives a living hell. Let it be the clown, the tree, or simply tearing your face off, this is a movie that stands the test of time scaring the crap outta of people for decades.

So come on in, download, and enjoy this spooky movie.

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Movie Issues: Deep Blue Sea

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Movie Issues: Deep Blue Sea

So this week, the guys decide to watch a creature feature, a great one too: Deep Blue Sea. For those of you who might not remember, that’s the 1999 Renny Harlin flick about sharks that get way too smart for our good and start terrorizing the people that made them that way.

Get ready to hear the guys sharing a beer and commiserating over their fear/hatred of sharks.

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Movie Issues: They Live

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Movie Issues: They Live

This week the guys decide to take off their awesome 80s glasses and see the truth in They Live, the 1988 sic-fi/horror flick from horror master John Carpenter. They Live is considered a cult film that all cult film enthusiast should see.

So come and join in as we watch WWF star Rowdy Roddy Piper team-up with Keith David to take on some alien scum and fight for basic human rights.

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Movie Issues: Dual Review “Cabin in the Woods”

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Movie Issues: Dual Review “Cabin in the Woods”

Leland and Spooky saw another movie, so you know what that means: another Dual Review! We take the best two nerds can offer and give it to you for the price of a single admission. This week, the boys were blessed by fate with the chance to see Cabin in the Woods.  Filmed in 2009, but held back by studios who wanted it converted to 3D (despite the writers’ strong objections), this horror/sci-fi romp is Thor’s Chris Hemsworth’s first staring role; supported by a handful of the Whedon-verse’s familiar faces.

Find out why Cabin in the Woods gets the Movie Issues stamp of approval as a recommended must-see.

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