The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones movie poster does not show too much but emphasizes the two worlds in one theme. The movie takes place in an alternate New York called Downworld and is filled with numerous different creatures. Take a look at the trailer below!
Bunyan is directed by Gary Jones and looks to take an original path in the horror movie genre. Paul Bunyan is a 15 foot monstrous giant who has been banished from town 100 years ago. Bunyan was thought dead but has now returned to cause sinister horrors on the town. Original take on the Paul Bunyan story, let’s see how this horror film play out.
Steven C. Miller directed film “Under the Bed” now has a poster out thanks to Bleiberg Entertainment. This horror movie features two brothers set on fighting the monster under the bed.
If your like me your looking forward to The Collection. The Collection comes to us from the twisted writers of Saw IV and Saw VII. The Collector promises a new face of american horror and has a lot to live up to. The Collection is in movie theaters today, November 30, 2012. This horror film looks great and has everyone with high expectations. Starring Josh Stewart, Andrea Roth and Juan Fernandez.
The Graveyard Feeder stars Sean Bridgers and Tom Barker and is directed by Rich Robinson. As horror comedies go, this movie may be worth the watch.
Reel Evil comes to us from Full Moon (Subspecies, Puppet Master, Trancers) and is their answer to the found footage horror genre. The trailer looks loaded with scary encounters hanging at every turn. The poster looks in-your-face scary. Full Moon may have a real hit on their hands here with Reel Evil. Reel Evil will be available on DVD and VOD this December 4, 2012. This horror film is directed by Danny Draven and stars Jessica Morris, Jeffrey Adler, Kaiwi Lyman-Mersereau, Jim Tavare, Galen Howard, Lino Dumont and Spencer John Olson.
In Their Skin (Replicas) has their final poster that makes me feel like it should have been a motion poster. The film was released November 9, 2012 so check it out. The movie stars Selma Blair, Josh Close, Rachel Miner and James D’Arcy.
The Woman in Black was pretty good and I enjoyed watching it very much. The promo art for The Woman in Black: Angel of Death looks great. We have the same creepy spooky woman from the original looking out of the haunted house menacingly waiting to kill any who invade her territory.