Wrong Turn 3 Review: Unrated for a Reason

October 5, 2009 by David Dylan Thomas  
Filed under Featured, Horror, Reviews

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The third entry in the Wrong Turn series is only available as an unrated feature, and according to Video Business’ Cyril Pearl, with good reason.  It’s gory.  Really, really gory.  Really.

That’s about all he has to say about it, actually.  It’s a short review.

Wrong Turn 3 is available October 20th.  You can pre-order it here.

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Interviews: Wrong Turn 3 Director, Star

October 1, 2009 by David Dylan Thomas  
Filed under Featured, Horror, Interviews

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Retro Slashers has an interview with Wrong Turn 3 star Janet Montgomery, who also stars in The Hills Run Red.  Meanwhile Bloody Disgusting chats with the diirector, Declan O’Brien, who talks about tweaking the beautiful-people-vs.-cannibal-hillbillies premise of the first two and throwing some escaped convicts into the mix.

They’re not even bothering with a rating for this one (as with part two) and, to look at the nasty trailer, that’s probably for the best.

Wrong Turn 3 drops October 20th.  You can pre-order it here.

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The Hills Run Red Review: Adequate, Unoriginal

September 29, 2009 by David Dylan Thomas  
Filed under Featured, Horror, Reviews

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About.com has an underwhelmed take on The Hills Run Red, a horror flick about a lost horror flick that featured a fictional villain who turns out to be real and hurty.  In spite of a promising premise, it seems the movie “eventually degrades into the same ol’ stuff about city folk running afoul of backwoods maniacs.”  The film stars William Sadler, though, so it can’t be all bad.

You can buy The Hills Run Red here.

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Albino Farm Review: “I was able to consume a bacon cheeseburger while watching.”

September 22, 2009 by David Dylan Thomas  
Filed under Featured, Horror, Reviews

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Fangoria’s Audrey Quaranta prefaces her love/hate review of college-kids-vs.-Ozark-mutant-folk chiller Albino Farm with the caveat that she is, in fact, a fan of the mutant killer sub-genre.  While acknowledging that Farm is nowhere near a good representation of said genre, she feels drawn toward it nonetheless.  My favorite bone she has to pick with the flick is the lack of gore, to wit: “I was able to consume a bacon cheeseburger while watching.”

But hey, it has WWE’s Chris Jericho, so what’s not to like?

If you love you some violent mutant folk, you can buy Albino Farm here.

By the way, there really is a Legend of the Albino Farm in the Ozarks.

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