It’s time to turn the dial to Evil. You’re Horror TV Fix is back!
Corey is out for this episode so Jamie & myself call in some reinforcements to handle business discussing TellTale’s “400 Days” episode of The Walking Dead game. Did this live up to the expectations? Was it a satisfying teaser in anticipation for season 2 which is on it’s way soon? Who showed mercy and who was a ruthless killer on their play-through? Am I exaggerating? Only one way to find out, as Robin & Julie from AllHorror.net and Chris/Paimonaeon
from Bind/Torture/Kast join us for the review/discussion!
Then, Jamie and Mike close out this episode with a review of the 1991 made for TV fightfest, The Haunting. See the movie that freaked Mike out as a kid and has stuck with him every time he has watched any haunted house flick. Listen to Jamie’s glowing review of the movie she considers one of the best made for TV movies of all time….yeah I spoiled our opinions a bit, but hey this movie is worth the praise ahead of time, and i encourage everyone to track it down (uploaded on youtube, folks) and see for themselves how ahead of it’s time it is and witness how much has been borrowed from it since!
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Totally un-releated to the infamous Leprechaun franchise starring Warwick Davis, Leprechaun’s Revenge is a SYFY original movie releasing on St. Patrick’s Day 2012 (Saturday March 17th)
Synopsis from IMDB:
“An evil leprechaun who has been imprisoned within the roots of a majestic old oak tree, is accidentally set loose on St. Patrick’s Day. Once free, he takes out his bloody revenge on the descendants of the people who originally imprisoned him”
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Premiering April 13th on Chiller is GHOUL an adaptation from Brian Keene’s novel. This is the next in many planned original movies for the network which kicked things off a couple months back with Steve Niles’ REMAINS.
Synopsis: “It is the summer of 1984 when a teenage couple goes missing among the gravestones of the local cemetery. Twelve-year-old Timmy and his best friends, Barry and Doug, have grown up hearing stories about a sinister Ghoul that haunts the cemetery. Eventually, they begin to wonder if the horrific legend might actually be real. Timmy and his friends are forced to put their friendship to the ultimate test when they dig up long-buried secrets, facing their personal demons and the one hiding underground.”
Looks almost like a mix between Stephen King’s IT and STAND BY ME…will it come close to as good as either of the aforementioned titles? Only one way to find out, tune in to Chiller on April 13th (A Friday the 13th, of course)!
This past Sunday & Monday nights A&E aired the two part, “four hour” adaption of the Stephen King novel “Bag of Bones” the story of a writer trying to get away to cope with the death of his wife. Like most small towns in a horror story, everything isn’t as seems. Did this adaption hit it’s mark? Read my thoughts after the jump!
Beware the Lake; & Continue to Bag of Bones review