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Kevin Kreepshow's 2011 Cavalcade of Horror
Alright my creepy little darlings Uncle Kreepshow has been gazing into his crystal ball and has come up with a crop of terrifying tales for 2011. The 80’s are big in Hollywood these days. We’ve had remakes of Last House on the Left, Friday the 13th, and Nightmare on Elm Street. It should be no surprise that an ’80s classic, The Thing, should find it’s way into the 2011 horror line up, but not in the way you might expect. Rather than taking us down the same old road as the original, director Matthijis van Heijningen is doing a prequel to John Carpenter’s 1982 SciFi horror classic. Details on the plot specifics are locked up tighter than a zombie proof panic room, but the cast is shaping up to be top notch for the genre. Mary Elizabeth Winstead, who you might recognize from her work in Black Christmas, Ring 2, and most recently Scott Pilgrim vs. The World , joins Joel Edgerton and Jonathan Lloyd Walker amongst others to form what looks to be a solid cast with a lot of SciFi and Horror experience under their collective belt. Expect this chilling tale to hit the big screen April 29th.
Next up we’ve got one that everyone should be painfully familiar with by now. Jigsaw makes yet another appearance on the big screen for what looks to be the final chapter of the Saw series. Not a lot has been leaked about this upcoming film, but Tobin Bell is set to reprise his performance as Jigsaw. I’m not sure exactly how this one is going to play out, and frankly I don’t believe for a second that they are really going to let Saw die after this. Remember they said the same thing about Jason and Freddy and look where we are now. I’m willing to bet that there will be lots of sadistic choices and brutal machinery in this one so all you gorehounds out there will get your fill. Expect more information as the October 22nd release date creeps closer. If you can’t get enough of Jigsaw then this is going to be the 2011 Halloween horror show for you.
Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark promises to be an interesting little film. Co-written by Guillermo del Toro I would expect to see a lot of his narrative style, which was so artfully showcased in Pan’s Labyrinth, coming out in this chiller. This story is sure to resonate with the child in all of us as it follows a young girl sent to live with her father and the strange creatures in her new home that want to claim her as one of their own. Katie Holmes has signed on for this one alongside Guy Pearce and Bailee Madison. I’m not entirely sure this cast will be able to pull of a truly chilling tale, but I’m prepared and hoping to be shocked. Look for this one to hit theaters January 21st.
Last up in my list of horrific tales is Priest. This one is pretty hard to define. It straddles a line between action and horror, although expect to see more action. Priest is loosely based on the Korean graphic novel of the same name and follows a warrior priest some one hundred years in the future where Satanists and Christians are embroiled in an apocalyptic war. With the help of a young sheriff and a priestess the priest must try to rescue his niece from a vampiric cult of Satanists before they can brainwash her. I’ve actually read the graphic novels and the story is solid. Is it a horror tale? Not exactly. If they stick to the graphic novel style then there should be arterial spray a plenty for those of you who just can’t sit through a movie unless a pint a minute is being spilled on screen. This one is lined up to release on May 13th.
That’s all for now my darkling darlings. I’ll be keeping you updated with the latest news and reviews as these frightening flicks present themselves, and remember Uncle Kreepshow loves you and you’ll get all the latest and greatest gore fests and top notch terror here at allhorrofilms.com because we understand your passions and we won’t call the police.
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