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We were huge fans of Dark Was The Night starring Kevin Durand and Lukas Haas. Marina called it "more than your average monster movie" and praised the film for its characters and central performance by Durand. Now we can all discover the mysteries for ourselves as the film hits home video this week.

Listen to our interview with Kevin Durand here.


Mad Max: Fury Road is going to top a lot of "Best of 2015" lists this year, I have no doubt. The film is a stunning, visceral achievement. Operatic, cinematic and visionary.

George Miller spent 10 years making the movie and all the time paid off in spades. Let's all hope there's more Mad Max in the future.

Read our review of Fury Road here.

Icy zombie thriller Extinction hits DVD after a very limited VOD window. Marina was non-plused about the film, but I think zombie fans might actually appreciate the film in light of how much truly terrible zombie movies are being made. It's derivative in many ways, but is directed with care and the performances are strong.

Dark Star: H.R. Gigers World is an all new documentary about the surrealist artist H. R. Giger most famous for terrifying audiences with his Oscar-winning monsters in Ridley Scott's ALIEN.

Sci-fi, horror, music, album covers, tattoos and fetish art have been influenced by his dark, intricate paintings and sculptures depicting birth, death and sex.

Marcus Nispel's new film Exeter (originally titles "Backmask") kind of flew under the radar, but being a big fan of his, I'm curious to see it.

The story revolves around an abandoned asylum where six teens tinker with the occult, causing a possession, paranormal mystery and a bloody nightmare that no one could predict. From the producers of Paranormal Activity and Insidious.

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