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The Devil's Carnival

On April 5, the new film "The Devil's Carnival" made its world premiere at the beautiful Laemmle's Royal Theatre on Santa Monica Blvd in Los Angeles. As ardent fans of Darren Lynn Bousman and Terrance Zdunich's "REPO! The Genetic Opera," Vyxsin and I were quite excited to witness the unveiling of their latest experimental musical. ... Full story

Paranormal Activity 3

Paranormal Activity 3 (dir. Henry Joost, Ariel Shulman) opens as Katie (Katie Featherston) visits Kristi (Sprague Grayden) in 2005, then ostensibly pregnant with baby Hunter. She brings several boxes previously belonging to their late grandmother to be stored in the basement. ... Full story

The Thing (2011)

Oddly named, The Thing 2011 (dir. Matthijs van Heijningen Jr.) is a prequel to the John Carpenter film 'The Thing' from 1982 and not a remake. It is also set in the 1980s, just a few days before Carpenter’s film begins. ... Full story

Sucker Punch

Director Zack Snyder’s "Sucker Punch" forms its own niche within multi-genre films by seeming to channel both Alan Moore and eastern spiritualism — if they feel in love with World War-era airplanes and modern firearms. ... Full story

Survival Of The Dead (2010)

George A. Romero's latest film 'Survival of the Dead' is being hailed as a neo western in the often tech-based, zombie genre. ... Full story

Resident Evil 4: Afterlife

Resident Evil 4 opens with something unexpected — hundreds of non-infected humans residing in Tokyo, Japan, projecting an idyllic scene of normalcy in what has been a franchise built on "anything but." ... Full story

Alice in Wonderland

Director Tim Burton takes us further down the rabbit hole than we have ever been with his new adventure of Alice in Wonderland based on characters from the books by Lewis Carroll. ... Full story

The Wolfman (2010)

Film remakes are a tricky thing. On one hand you have to stay true to what the fans of the first film know and love. On the other hand you have to try and add something original to the script, so the film won't be a complete bore. ... Full story


Science fiction/horror films are notorious for reflecting the concerns or fears of the time. Within the past ten years, as we move forward scientifically, human cloning has been a controversial issue. ... Full story

A Nightmare On Elm Street (2010)

In the last 7 years, horror fans have been bombarded with the retelling of their favorite films. Much has been written on the travesty of this. ... Full story

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