The Descent

SXSW Film 2010

There was this super secret screening of a film last night here at SXSW. Eveyone No one knew anything about it, or what film it even was. It ended up being an exclusive engagement, and a lucky night for the people who had their eyes filled with Neil Marshall’s Centurion.

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Robert Fure takes a trip down memory lane and examines the most entertaining, most violent, and most significant horror films of the past decade.

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shout-descent

With Rob Zombie’s Halloween II and the fourth installment in the Final Destination series out in theaters this weekend, FSR’s resident Devil’s Advocate Josh Radde and guest Adam Sweeney decided not to debate between the two franchises, but rather: what is the best horror film of the decade?

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Remember how fresh and scary The Descent was? It looks like the people who made the trailer for The Descent 2 forgot.

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CrookedLake

Survival thriller Surviving Crooked Lake shows a quartet of young girls not sharing jeans, but lugging around a dead body all over creation.

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Six women descend into an Appalachian cave in search of adventure, but instead find cannibalistic humanoid underground dwellers.

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The Descent

I’ll admit that the girlish (yet manly) scream you heard when Descent hit theaters was probably me. I had the pleasure of seeing it at Butt-Numb-a-Thon 7 in the company of the ideal movie-going audience, and even they were surprised by how high-pitched I could be.

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