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Christopher Webster [DVD News 02.23.09] movie news scifi dvd horror action thriller



Even though there aren't tons of flicks hitting DVD this week, we're definitely interested in a few hidden gems. First off, Dead Birds director Alex Turner's back with a nifty looking desert horror called Red Sands. It's straight to DVD but looks like a renter nonetheless.

I'm also happy to see that the Jung Brothers' 2007 Korean shocker Epitaph is finally getting some DVD love over here from Danger After Dark's TLA Releasing. I've been waiting see it since reviews started coming in from fests last year.

This one shouldn't really surprise us. In light of the upcoming remake of Last House on the Left, MGM are releasing a new unrated "Collector's Edition" of Wes Craven's 1972 original. This is one I'm actually looking forward to revisiting especially after seeing how well Paramount did with their own unrated release of the original My Bloody Valentine.

And of course, how could we forget to mention the return of our favorite animated delivery crew - the cast of Futurama - who are back in the last of their straight to DVD "movies" Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder. Sure the films have been somewhat hit and miss but sitting down with Fry, Bender and the rest of the Planet Express crew is always good times in my book.

Trailers and links after the breakeroony!


Red Sands
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During a mission in the Middle East, a group of US soldiers destroy a statue out of boredom only to then be visited by something the next day.


Epitaph
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Epitaph is a bloodstained foray into the depths of obsessive love and unbearable grief. Set in a small Korean hospital, the once peaceful place is now a labyrinth of haunted corridors and the stage for frightful events


Last House on the Left
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After kidnapping and butchering two teenagers, a gang of rapists and murderers unknowingly seeks refuge with the parents of one of the victims.


Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder
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Anonymous (8 years ago) Reply

Red Sands looks just like another military horror, and most of them are garbage. You cannot be original with this sub genre, and all of them have the same ending - a new group of people arriving to the same place.


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