Nov 182015
 




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A couple of horror trailers for you to enjoy below, both on opposite ends of the genre spectrum. Dementia looks to be a slow burn, serious affair with some big atmosphere and a sinister plot. Most Likely To Die, however, is a comedy slasher that looks to be a lot of fun.

Dementia:

Dementia is directed by Mike Testin, and the cast includes Gene Jones (The Sacrament, No Country for Old Men, The Hateful Eight), Kristina Klebe (Halloween), Peter Cillela (Resolution), and Hassie Harrison (Southbound). J.D. Lifshitz and Raphael Margules (Contracted) produce. Executive producers are Jonathan Yunger and Jeffrey Greenstein. The screenwriter is Meredith Berg.

Synopsis:

A disabled war veteran is in bad hands when his family hires the live-in nurse from hell in this intense psychological shocker. George (The Sacrament’s Gene Jones) is an aging ex-soldier haunted by memories of Vietnam and struggling to reconnect with his estranged son and granddaughter. But when he suffers a stroke and is diagnosed with dementia, George is left in the care of Michelle (Halloween’s Kristina Klebe), a seemingly sweet nurse with a disturbing dark side. At the mercy of a psychopath with a hypodermic needle, George becomes a prisoner in his own home, caught in a sadistic game of cat and mouse as brutal as anything he experienced in Vietnam.

 

 

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Most Likely To Die:

Most Likely To Die was written by Laura Brennan, and Anthony DiBlasi directs. The cast includes Heather Morris, Ryan Doom, Perez Hilton, Chad Addison, and Tess Christiansen. The film is said to be a homage to 80’s slashers.

Synopsis:

‘Glee’ star Heather Morris and ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ enfant terrible/showbiz gossip blogger Perez Hilton are part of a 10-year High School reunion hosted by a disgraced ice hockey player. Soon the party takes a deadly turn when one-by-one the former classmates, each with a secret shared history, turn up dead according to their senior yearbook superlatives. Who is the masked psycho with the razor-sharp mortarboard and what exactly is his problem?

 

 

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Matt Wavish

Matt WavishA keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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