Wednesday, 20 August 2014

The Collection Trailer

 


I don't care much for "torture-porn" horror movies, but I enjoyed 2009's "The Collector". "The Collector" was directed by Marcus Dunstan and offered a twist on the trapped in a house horror scenario. Marcus Dunstan directs the sequel and actor Josh Stewart returns. The release date is November 30th, 2012. ~ Danny Stygion


Chase Merkley on 'The Collection':

Just saw the trailer to the sequel of 'The Collector' called 'The Collection'.

Will I end up watching this? Probably, and not because I think it looks like a great horror movie. It looks like people will end up dying in hilarious ways, and I do enjoy laughing. Laughing is also a great work out, and you can't beat a good work out.


Premise:

Arkin (Josh Stewart) escapes with his life from the vicious grips of “The Collector” during an entrapment party where he adds beautiful Elena (Emma Fitzpatrick) to his “Collection.” Instead of recovering from the trauma, Arkin is suddenly abducted from the hospital by mercenaries hired by Elena’s wealthy father. Arkin is blackmailed to team up with the mercenaries and track down The Collector’s booby trapped hide out and save Elena from his sadistic rituals[3].

 

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Horror Films 2012: The Stupid, The Yawn, and The Horror

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Horror Films 2012:  The Stupid, The Yawn, and The Horror

Written by:  Chase Merkley

Last week I gave you my list for the best remakes that have been released, and I figured I should give my opinion on these new horror films that'll be coming out in the next couple of weeks.  What gives me any right to give an opinion on a horror film before it's release?  Horror films is my favorite genre, and even though most of them are without a doubt awful, I don't ever see myself finding a new genre to love.  Horror films is one of those genre's that can bring any other genre within it's atmosphere.  What do I mean?  Picture you taking your girlfriend or your boyfriend to a romantic comedy.  Your other partner is excited to see if 'Logan' and 'Grace' will fall in love and in the middle of the film, 'Grace' get's a knock on the door and she ends being stabbed to death.  Not very funny and it seems that the film lost its romance; but in a horror movie you could have a romantic storyline surrounded by a horror element like a killer in the house, or an alien aboard a ship.  October is my favorite month of the year, but these past couple of years, I have been truly disappointed at some of the crap that these studio's have been releasing.

Full article...

 

 

 

Sinical Magazine's 1st Annual Top Alt. Models List (2011-2012)

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Dita Von Teese. Photo by: Chas Ray Krider.

 

Check out our 1st Annual List of the top Alt. Models here.

 

 

Top 5 American Horror Remakes

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What are the top 5 American Horror Remakes? Independent film-maker Chase Merkley weighs in on this topic here.

 

 

Marcy Horror Interview

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Check out our Q&A with alt. model: Marcy Horror

 

 

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