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Family man Tom has seen something he can’t forget, a mysterious video with an ugly secret that soon spreads into his daily life and threatens to dismantle everything around him. Starring: Jason Vail, Nicholas Wilder, and Sarah Schoofs Directed and written by: Elias   “Gut” starts with a bang, and then quickly settles down into a slow burning psychological horror movie. The story centers around two friends that are in different places in their lives, and have been growing apart. Tom (Jason Vail) has a wife and kids to take care of, while Dan (Nicholas Wilder) is more of a loner.   Perhaps they have been going in different directions because they each feel there is something missing in their lives. That is the kind of vibe that each gives off, and adds to that slow burning feeling. Dan tries to fill part of that void with a strange video that he orders. Stunned by what he sees, Dan has to share it with his best friend. After trying to keep his distance from Dan, To


Five friends head to a remote cabin, where the discovery of a Book of the Dead leads them to unwittingly summon up demons living in the nearby woods. The evil presence possesses them until only one is left to fight for survival. Starring: Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, and Jessica Lucas Directed by: Fede Alvarez Written by: Fede Alvarez, Diablo Cody, Sam Raimi, and Rodo Sayagues   Horror fans have seen a lot of remakes come their way, and many fans seem tired of seeing them. However, there is something unusual in regards to the “Evil Dead.” This remake has the support of the original writer and director Sam Raimi, and the star of the original, Bruce Campbell. With most of these remakes, there usually isn’t this kind of support from the original movie’s cast and/or crew. So will this make horror fans more likely to see “Evil Dead?”   To answer the question above for myself, no they had no influence on my decision to see the movie. I wanted to see it simply for t


   First order of business, I have to put away my riot gear. Daryl is still alive! All right, time to revisit how mostly wrong I was about the season finale of The Walking Dead. I didn't write it in my previous post , but I had a late thought that they would blow up the prison with the Gov.'s people inside. Well, like I said...wrong!   So I didn't get the great battle I wanted, but I wasn't expecting it. I was surprised the group stuck around. I thought they made a run for it. I figured something was up when the Gov. attacked so early in the episode. Too bad for the Gov. that he showed up to fight with a bunch of cowards. It kind of backfired on him when he told his people how the group was out of control and needed to be dealt with. When the firecracker went off and zombies appeared, the cowards ran for the hills. It was the complete opposite of their badass entrance.   In one of a few surprises of the night, the Gov. killed all of his people. The man is i