Quarantine

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M. Night Shyamalan is going back to the horror genre. Only this time, he’s just coming up with the idea and letting others run with it…

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This week’s Culture Warrior talks fake movies that look real but are fake, from Paranormal Activity to Blair Witch to old people getting in it with garbage.

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Paranormal Activity follows the Hitchcock 101 school of filmmaking like it’s scripture: show as little as possible and let audience imagination fill in the rest. It’s a rule most horror films could implement a bit more, and it works in this film to an astoundingly effective degree.

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While the handheld camera may have revolutionized porn (we give thanks!) it may have ruined Robert Fure’s day in other ways.

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DVDs I Bought This Week!

Brian Gibson loves to buy DVDs. Come with him on his weekly journey into the depths of credit card debt as he tells you what to buy, rent and avoid.

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While Horror took a backseat in 2008, this New Year promises to have quite a few interesting releases. Here are some of the films, dates, and DVDs to pencil in on your calendar.

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The year of 2008 will most definitely not be remembered as a great year for horror, but that didn’t stop us from trying to pull together a list of the best of what was offered.

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The Reject Report

Welcome to what is sure to be another depressing week of box office predictions here at the Reject Report. Depressing because, well, we all know who’s going to win. Even if we all go see Saw V several times in a row, we won’t be able to halt the inevitable.

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The Reject Report: October 17 Box Office

Once again we have another weekend chock full of movies, with four new wide releases coming up once again. Who can afford to go see all these movies? Especially in this lousy economy?

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Foreign Objects travels the world of international cinema each week to look for films worth visiting. So renew your passport, get your shots, and brush up on the local age of legal consent, this week we’re heading to… Spain.

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Beverly Hills Chihuahua wins again

It turned out to be a brutal weekend for new releases — and for everyone at the box office, generally. Everyone, that is, except Beverly Hills Chihuahua.

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Horror movie fans can enjoy the visceral experience presented in Quarantine.

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Quarantine

Quick… you’re trapped in an apartment building, and there’s a rash of super-rabies going around. Do you A) gather in the atrium and wait to die, B) try to escape the quarantine and get shot, or C) put all the sick people in one room together without restraints and wait for them to eat you?

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The Reject Report: October 10 Box Office

The Reject Report Express continues its journey through 2008!! I gotta say, the movies have been rolling out fast and furious this fall — one movie after another.

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Kevin and Neil welcome a bevy of guests to the Magical Studio in the Sky for a special edition of Fat Guys at the Movies.

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Boiling Point: Why Won

Critics are always quick to point out that certain films aren’t shown to critics – often the first signal that it’s going to suck. Robert Fure says that sucks.

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October Horror: Quarantine

With October coming up, you’d expect a lot of horror moves to storm the box office. Well, you’d be wrong, and Robert Fure is not happy about it!

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