William Brent Bell discussing ideas for The Devil Inside prequel

From exclusive news break from Bloody Disgusting, we’ve learned that William Brent Bell the director of Brahams: The Boy 2. Revealed that he is developing ideas for a prequel to The Devil Inside. Back in 2012 Thr Devil Inside was a huge box office hit making $100 million worldwide on a production budget of $1 million.

Via Bloody Disgusting’s Boo Crew podcast William Brent Bell said this.

”I don’t even know if I’m supposed to say this,” the filmmaker began. “We’re developing ideas for a prequel to [The Devil Inside] right now. It’s so cool. It’s so fun to be able to go back to stories like that and then build on something. It’ll be like current day because it’s kind of book-ended with Maria Rossi – today – and it’ll be like Centrino Mental Facility current day.”

We will post more news as we get them.

Written by: Aaron Friar

My Bloody Valentine Blu-Ray review

Scream Factory has restored an iconic slasher film from the ’80s. It’s one of the better Scream Factory, releases of the past two years, the picture on the transfer is just gorgeous, with all the original gore put back into the movie that has been censored through the years. The audio transfer is stunning on this transfer, much better than their previous release ”The House That Jack Built”. This is the definitive collector’s edition that fans want in this classic slasher film.

As far as the rest of the movie goes it’s a classic, in my opinion, the town is so iconic and acts like its own character like in A Quiet Place the score acted liked it was its own character. There’s just something about the scenery in this movie that just works, the acting is also brilliant for an ‘80s slasher in the drive-in movie kind of way.

If you don’t previously own My Bloody Valentine or only know it from the remake you should pick up this copy. It’s definitely with the buy.

Special features include:

DISC 1 – Theatrical Version:

·        NEW 4K scan of the original camera negative

·        NEW An Anemic Valentine – an interview with director George Mihalka

·        NEW From the Heart – an interview with actor Paul Kelman

·        NEW Friends of Mine – an interview with actress Lori Hallier

·        NEW Axel, Be My Valentine – an interview with actor Neil Affleck

·        NEW Becoming Sylvia – an interview with actress Helene Udy

·        NEW The Secret Keeper – an interview with actor Rob Stein

·        NEW Broken Hearts and Broken Bones – an interview with special makeup effects designer Tom Burman

·        NEW Holes in the Heart – a look at the difference between the theatrical version and the uncut version

·        Theatrical Trailer

·        TV Spots

·        Radio Spots

·        Still Gallery

DISC 2 – Uncut Version:

·        NEW 4K scan of the uncut original camera negative

·        NEW Audio Commentary with director George Mihalka

·        MY BLOODY VALENTINE 35th Anniversary Cast Reunion panel at the Bay of Blood Convention in Florida featuring director George Mihalka, cast members Lori Hallier, Helene Udy, Rob Stein, Peter Cowper, Thomas Kovacs, Jim Murchison, Alf Humphreys and hosted by Brian Singleton

·        Thomas Kovacs performs “The Ballad of Harry Warden” at the Bay of Blood Convention with Peter Cowper and Jim Murchison

Overall grade:

5/5 stars

First look at Woody Harrelson in Venom 2

Tom Hardy recently shared a first look at Woody Harrelson’s character in Venom 2. He made a cameo as the potential villain in Venom, now since Venom was a huge box office success he will now be making a full appearance as Cletus Kasady. Somewhat of a perfect role for someone of the caliber as Woody.

Venom 2 recently finished filming, Tom Hardy is of course returning as Eddie Brock/Venom. Michelle Williams is also returning along with Reid Scott. New additions to the project include Andy Serkis as the director, and Naomie Harris is joining the cast as a villain. I personally am really looking forward to the new adventures of Eddie Brock/Venom.

You can expect Venom 2 on October 2nd, 2020.

The House That Jack Built Blu-Ray Review

The House That Jack Built is probably one of my favorite art house horror films that at times feels like a bit tedious with its message. Matt Dillion delivers a masterful performance as Jack. Lars Von Trier, however, can be his own worst enemy when it comes to the length of his films. I do think if it was cut down to two hours it could have been way more impactful on multiple viewings.

Scream Factory once again did a fantastic job with the picture transfer on the blu-ray. I wasn’t as impressed with the audio on the transfer on this disc it sounded off at times and the only times the audio transfer really shined was when the song Fame kept playing throughout the movie.

Overall it’s a solid release from Scream Factory and for us in the states we can finally own the directors cut on physical which is more than enough reason to celebrate.

Synopsis:

In five episodes, failed architect and vicious sociopath Jack recounts his elaborately orchestrated murders — each, as he views them, a towering work of art that defines his life’s work as a serial killer in the Pacific Northwest.

Overall grade:

Movie: 5/5 stars

Blu-Ray release: 3.5/5 stars

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