Lauren German

Dark Country

They said it couldn’t be done. A fifth year of 31 Days of Horror? 31 more terror, gore and shower scene-filled movies worth highlighting? But Rejects always say die and never back away from a challenge, so we’ve rounded up the horror fans among us and put together another month’s worth of genre fun. Enjoy! Synopsis Dick and Gina, two newlyweds driving across the desert on their honeymoon, find themselves embroiled in a mystery of Twilight Zonian proportions when they come across a severely injured stranger on the dark country road. Who is the man? What does he want? And more importantly, when things go sour, what do they do now?


The Divide

Xavier Gens proved he loved intensity with Frontier(s) and he set out to show it wasn’t a fluke with the bomb shelter mayhem of The Divide. The movie focuses on a group of blast survivors who are safely trapped in their apartment basement with supplies that threaten to get used up before true help can arrive. It stars Lauren German, Michael Biehn, Milo Ventimiglia, Courtney B. Vance, Iván González, Michael Eklund with Ashton Holmes and Rosanna Arquette. Now, you can own the flick on DVD/Blu-ray. What do you have to do? Well, we’re going to randomly pick 7 winners and toss them into a basement for as long as it takes. The last person standing wins. It’s sort of our version of that contest where you have to keep touching a truck or something in order to win it. Only bloodier. Just kidding. We can’t legally do that (yet), so here’s what to do instead:



Robert Fure talks at length about Dark Country, Tom Jane, 3D in film, and Lauren German’s use of an ice cube.



Today we’ve received some exclusive new posters for a little project that we’ve been keeping an eye on for a while now, the noir road trip thriller Dark Country from first time director Thomas Jane.



From first time director Thomas Jane (The Punisher), comes a PSA about not picking up half-dead people in the desert…


Today, Variety is telling us something that we already knew, but that you may not.



Thomas Jane is about to seem like an incredibly busy guy. This month, he began work on his major motion picture directorial debut.

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