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Teasers are supposed to do something more than simply remind everyone that a movie is about to come out right? They’re supposed to get the blood flowing. They’re supposed to provide some foreplay. I guess it makes sense that after your main characters have already had sex, there’s no need for that, but this new teaser for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 is confusingly short, choppy and creates a desperate need to scratch your head (not necessarily a desperate need to see the movie). See for yourself:



In Stake Land, the country has been ravaged by economic depression, social upheaval, and, of course, vampire attacks. In this exclusive clip, director Jim Mickle talks a bit about the origin of the project, and producer Larry Fesenden shares some real insight into what it’s like filming in areas of the country that have been hit by the economic downturn that they can only fictionalize. But don’t worry. There’s good old fashioned blood spilling for those that want their horror sticky (and without political commentary).


Old Ass Horror

Every Sunday in October, Old Ass Movies will be teaming with 31 Days of Horror in order to deliver a horror film that was made before you were born and tell you why you should like this. This week, Old Ass Horror presents the story of Dracula as seen through the beautiful, blood-filled eyes of Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing and the entire Hammer Family. Synopsis: Retitled for American consumption as to avoid confusion with Tod Browning’s Dracula, this is a straightforward adaptation of Bram Stoker’s original novel that became the basis for so many movies. Jonathan Harker (John Van Eyssen) is turned into a vampire by the vicious Count Dracula, but when Doctor Van Helsing (Peter Cushing) goes to investigate, he finds the fiend has already fled his castle and is headed to inflict more pain on Jonathan’s family by attacking his fiance.



The master of horror is using Google Trends to advice his next career move.



The Daybreakers directors urge us to go grab our own cameras, to be Willem Dafoe and to have faith in a Dark Crystal sequel.



The retread is both retro for being from the 80s and hip for being about vampires, and it just got a strong lead actor.



Just imagine. You’re immortal. You have forever lain out in front of you. The road of your life is endless. You can do anything you want. Go where you please. What do you choose to do? Go to high school. Yes, you read this correctly. You go to high school.



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… South Korea!



For those of you looking forward to Twilight, Trailer Addict has posted fifteen minutes of B-Roll footage that includes several dialogue snippets as well as some stunt work.


Let The Right One In

Let The Right One is easily ten times the vampire / human love story movie that Twilight could ever hope to be. If you see one vampire movie this year, then make it this one and not the emo teen sour face whinefest.



Anyone who has a Kiefer Sutherland fetish or an affinity for vampires is sure to love the 1987 cult classic, The Lost Boys. In the same respect, anyone who does love the original is surely terrified by the announcement of a sequel.


Although news of Twilight has swept across the internet, there are many still out there who have no idea what this movie could possibly be. So, in order to get people up to speed, we here at FSR are pleased to offer an introduction to what could possibly be the next big adaptation.

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published: 01.25.2015
published: 01.25.2015
published: 01.25.2015

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