EXCISION (2012) Review

Directed by: Richard Bates Jr.
Starring: Annalynn McCord, Traci Lords, Ariel Winter

I can say with complete confidence that EXCISION is one of the most original and interesting films of the year. To call it horror would not be entirely accurate however because although it exhibits elements of horror it works mostly as a drama and black comedy. The fact that this is the debut film (feature of otherwise) from Richard Bates Jr. is incredible and I would say that we can expect great things from him in the future.

Pauline (McCord) is the epitome of unpopularity at her school. Bad skin, bad posture, sociopathic and with a disturbing interest in surgical procedures. Although she exhibits a desire to be a surgeon her academic attitude certainly doesn't reflect it. She is constantly challenging her teachers, faking illnesses and her peers obviously see her as a disturbed freak. At home things aren't much better. Her mother (Lords) acts like a royal bitch most of the time, her father is obviously under his wife's thumb and Pauline's sister Grace (Winter) is slowly dying and in need of a lung transplant. Pauline is friendless and takes part in therapy with the local priest. The film chronicles many things including the volatile relationship between mother and daughter, Pauline struggling with her Atheist beliefs and her desire to do whatever is in her power to help her sister whom it seems is the only person she truly loves. Along the way Pauline visibly transforms from just another seemingly strange teenager to a complete off the rails sociopath, and all the while she is formulating a shocking plan.

As I mentioned earlier I would hesitate in calling this a horror, but it definitely isn't a movie for the faint of heart. The scenes which convey Pauline's fantasy are disturbingly sexual and beautifully macabre and are easily the most striking and disturbing part of the film. They are bloody and disgusting and mesmerising at the same time, and they look fantastic.

McCord plays the part of Pauline perfectly and in some ways brings to mind the title character in Lucky McKee's MAY, albeit much more extreme. Along with Traci Lords she pretty much carries the film in terms of acting (wow I never imagined I'd be saying that about a former adult film star). What surprised me most on the acting side of things however were the brilliantly played smaller roles which included John Waters and Malcolm McDowell.

It's clear that a lot of horror fans probably won't like EXCISION. There is lots of blood and disturbing imagery but nothing scary and it definitely doesn't play out like a horror film. As a macabre, psychosexual thriller and a dramatic comedy however it works really well. It's easily one of the best looking movies I've seen all year and it is a breath of fresh air compared to all of the recycled trash that's been churned out lately. I can see a lot of people having issues with the ending as well but I definitely recommend you check this out at least once.

SMILEY (2012) Review

Directed by: Michael J. Gallagher
Starring: Caitlin Gerard, Melanie Papalia, Shane Dawson

Judging from its trailer SMILEY seemed like it could have been if not a great movie then at least a decent slasher. Fortunately however I've seen enough trailers to know that they can be extremely misleading which in this case is sadly true. I also thought that the inclusion of some prominent Youtubers might have made this a little interesting but once again I was fooled.

The concept of SMILEY is quite simple. It takes the basic 'Bloody Mary' or 'Candyman' urban legend and tries to update it for a more modern, Internet savvy audience. Instead of standing in front of a mirror and saying something three times SMILEY is supposedly invoked by typing 'I did it for the lulz' three times during an online chat with a stranger. Then all of a sudden somebody with a face resembling a fleshy emoticon appears behind the victim and dispatches them with a knife.

Ashley (Gerard) is all grown up and heading off to college. She has arranged to stay with Proxy (Papalia) who on their first night persuades Ashley to come along to a party with her. The party is a gathering of an online collective called (wait for it) Anonymous. They know next to nothing about each other and refer to themselves with their online handles. During the party Ashley is introduced to an urban legend, the story of SMILEY. Afterwards she is shown a video of somebody being killed by this so-called viral serial killer and she freaks out. Proxy decides to put Ashley's mind at ease by proving to her that SMILEY is just a myth, but of course things go horribly wrong and soon it seems that SMILEY is real and he's after Ashley and her friends.

The Internet references in this film are so blatant and frequent that they put me off quite a bit and made me reach the decision that the filmmakers were desperate to make the movie seem attractive and relatable to an online audience. References and phrases like Anonymous, hacktivists, 4Chan, Chat Roulette and of course the phrase somebody thought would be clever as a tagline "I did it for the lulz" seem to be coming from all sides. Apparently basing the film around an online killer wasn't enough, the filmmakers felt the need to mention real actual stuff from the Internet and keep reminding the audience every 15 minutes.
And speaking of things being blatantly obvious; on Ashley's first ever day at college, her first ever class just so happens to be one which involves parallels and symbolism relative to the SMILEY myth. What a fucking coincidence. I'm sure those elements could have been slipped into the film a little more subtly.
Adding to the film's list of flaws are the unneeded subplot involving Ashley's father and herself trying to cope with the loss of her mother (what this had to do with the rest of the movie I have no idea), and a straight up stupid ending which just seemed tacked on and not thought through at all.

So on to the positive stuff (sorry there's not much). The practical effects look really good and apart from one horrible looking scene there is basically no CGI. The acting isn't too bad (admittedly this kind of movie doesn't really require great acting) and there are a few fast paced and tense moments. The use of lighting was effective as was the use of sound.

The negatives far outweigh the positives in SMILEY and I really wouldn't recommend watching this unless you really have nothing better to do. Skip the movie, save your money and go spend it one something worthwhile.


Official Trailer & Poster For BILLY CLUB

The last time I saw a film which combined horror and baseball was Sushi Typhoon's DEADBALL, and although it wasn't exactly what you'd call a great movie it was definitely entertaining. Hopefully the upcoming baseball slasher BILLY CLUB - written and directed by Drew Rosas & Nick Sommer - will be just as enjoyable. Check out the official poster and trailer below. Head to the official Facebook page and website for more details.

Synopsis: "Four little league teammates reunite after fifteen years to solve the mystery behind a horrible killing from their childhood. A mysterious letter sends the gang on a mission to unearth the grave of their old coach and prove that their incarcerated friend is innocent. Little do they know the real killer is stalking them and hungry for their blood!"


EVIL DEAD Official Red Band Trailer

Well it's finally here. After a rough bootleg and then a trailer preview, the full red band trailer for the EVIL DEAD remake has finally landed. Check it out below and let me know what you think.

Synopsis: “Five twenty-something friends become holed up in a remote cabin where they discover a Book of the Dead and unwittingly summon up dormant demons living in the nearby woods, which possess the youngsters in succession until only one is left intact to fight for survival”

EVIL DEAD hits theatres April 13th, 2013.

EVIL DEAD Official Trailer Preview

Last week you may have seen the leaked trailer from the New York Comic-Con for the upcoming EVIL DEAD remake. The quality was poor but it still gave us a pretty good idea of what to expect. Now in anticipation of the full official HD trailer being released tomorrow, you can check out this trailer preview below.

Synopsis: "In the much anticipated remake of the 1981 cult-hit horror film, five twenty-something friends become holed up in a remote cabin. When they discover a Book of the Dead, they unwittingly summon up long-dormant demons that possess each of those friends in succession until only one is left intact to fight for survival"


Free Halloween Screening For Horror Short HOUSE CALL

HOUSE CALL is a short supernatural revenge flick from director Erik L. Wilson. As a special treat for fans and first time viewers alike Erik has organized a free online screening of his film during Halloween.
From Friday October 26th, 8pm CST through to midnight on Thursday November 1st, HOUSE CALL will be free to watch.
Director Erik L. Wilson says: "The film will be available online to the public through HOUSE CALL's Facebook fan page, Vimeo and Youtube. This will be the first online screening of many before it will eventually remain online to the public for good. We want to show our appreciation to our fans"

To check out HOUSE CALL for free just wait until the times mentioned above and head over to the official Facebook pageYoutube channel or Vimeo. Press play and enjoy.
You can read my review of HOUSE CALL here.

Synopsis: "Janice does the unthinkable in order to start a new life with her new boyfriend. However, strange things begin to happen on the night of their one year anniversary"



Directed by: Duncan Cunningham
Starring: Martin Cunningham, Michael Edward Williams, Duncan Cunningham

I always get excited when I have the chance to check out new indie films. Sure the quality and production values may not be as high as that of a multi-million dollar Hollywood film but most of the time what you get instead is an interesting story told by passionate filmmakers, and of course it’s always nice to know what you’re about to watch isn’t going to be yet another unnecessary remake, sequel, prequel or reboot being churned out by the Hollywood machine.

FORESIGHT KILLER INSTINCT is the debut feature film from the Cunningham Clan, a filmmaking collective headed by director Duncan Cunningham. It follows the character Glen Parsons (Martin Cunningham) who is a psychic. His brother – a police officer - Matthew (Duncan Cunningham) brings him along to the scene of a murder to see if Glenn can use his abilities to reveal the identity of the killer. Detective Lance Steel (Williams) is in charge of the investigation and doesn't take too kindly to Glen’s appearance at the scene, and with good reason. Glen lays his hands upon the corpse and experiences the series of events which led up to the person’s death. The killer was Detective Steel. Becoming suspicious of Glen’s knowledge the corrupt Steel and his equally corrupt partner pay a visit to the psychic’s home and kill his wife and unborn child before shooting Glenn himself in the head and leaving. Unbeknownst to them Glen has somehow survived the gunshot and now finds himself fuelled by the need for revenge. With uncontrollable rage he rains violence down upon criminals with the ultimate goal of killing Steel.
Although the bulk of the film is quite a simple revenge story there are also a few sub-plots worth mentioning. Detective Steel finds himself under investigation by Internal Affairs, Glen’s brother Matthew goes undercover to infiltrate a motorcycle gang, and there are various interesting characters entering and exiting throughut the film.

It’s hard to imagine the filmmakers not purposely making these characters exaggerated in both actions and personality, particularly when it comes to Detective Steel. Steel is the sum of every crooked cop you have probably ever seen in film or television, he is involved in murder, drugs, cover-ups and a multitude of other less than legal activities, and he’s not too subtle about it either. Is he a bit over the top? Sure, but what this does is let the audience know without a shadow of a doubt just what he is; the villain. He’s supposed to be an unlikeable bastard and believe me he is.
And of course there is the tortured psychic Glenn who right from the beginning seems a little unstable (I suppose that’s what touching corpses and seeing their last moments of life flash before your eyes does to you). After the violent and deadly altercation at his home however he goes completely off the rails, and directs his anger not only at Detective Steel but any other evil doers he comes across. At first this violence may seem to have no real rhyme or reason to it but if you keep in mind that this man’s wife and unborn child have been murdered and he himself shot in the head and left for dead, it’s easy to excuse.

Although the level of acting here is relatively amateur some of the cast show some nice potential and when considering the low budget and the DIY nature of the film the issues with acting can be easily overlooked. Also counterbalancing this is the fact that the story is interesting and there are some really good looking makeup and practical effects and plenty of blood and gore.
Visually FORESIGHT is very distinct and it’s apparent that a lot of post production work was done with the use of filters and so on. The overall look is very dark and somewhat macabre and coupled with the metal soundtrack from Melbourne band Aquilus it gives the movie a very unique style.

FORESIGHT KILLER INSTINCT is not the best movie you will see this year but it is obvious that everybody involved had a lot of fun and a lot of effort has gone into this debut feature from the Cunninghan Clan. An obvious love of genre films is also apparent and the simple fact that I found this more entertaining than quite a few of the bigger budget Hollywood offerings this year is a good thing.


Trailer Arrives For CARRIE Remake

Whether or not you're looking forward to yet another remake of a classic horror film, the trailer for CARRIE is finally here. Check it out below and get ready to see it hit theatres March 15th, 2013.

Synopsis: "The quiet suburb of Chamberlain, Maine is home to the deeply religious and conservative Margaret White (Moore) and her daughter Carrie (Moretz). Carrie is a sweet but meek outcast whom Margaret has sheltered from society. Gym teacher Miss Desjardin (Greer) tries in vain to protect Carrie from local mean girls led by the popular and haughty Chris Hargenson (Portia Doubleday, Youth in Revolt), but only Chris’ best friend, Sue Snell (Gabriella Wilde, The Three Musketeers), regrets their actions. In an effort to make amends, Sue asks her boyfriend, high school heartthrob Tommy Ross (newcomer Ansel Elgort), to take Carrie to prom. Pushed to the limit by her peers at the dance, Carrie unleashes telekinetic havoc"

Teaser Trailer For EVIL DEAD Remake Leaked Online

I'll warn you in advance that what you're about to see is not exactly the best quality but it still gives a pretty clear image of the trailer and what to expect for the upcoming remake. Right from the start I hated the idea of this remake but now after seeing this trailer I'm actually not sure it will be quite as bad as I expected. You can find the leaked teaser trailer from the New York Comic-Con below. Check it out while you can, I'm sure it won't be up here for long.

Synopsis: "In the much anticipated remake of the 1981 cult-hit horror film, five twenty-something friends become holed up in a remote cabin. When they discover a Book of the Dead, they unwittingly summon up long-dormant demons that possess each of those friends in succession until only one is left intact to fight for survival"


First Image From EVIL DEAD Remake

As unnecessary as this remake might be (much like most remakes) there's not much any of us can do about it so rather than complaining I am going to reserve my judgements for when the film is finally released. But while we wait for what is currently scheduled as an April 12th, 2013 release date you can check out the very first official image from the upcoming movie below. And make sure you head on over to the official site and Facebook page for further updates.

Synopsis: “In the much anticipated remake of the 1981 cult-hit horror film, five twenty-something friends become holed up in a remote cabin. When they discover a Book of the Dead, they unwittingly summon up dormant demons living in the nearby woods, which possess the youngsters in succession until only one is left intact to fight for survival"

For a more detailed and spoiler-filled plot outline you can go here.

International Poster For CARRIE

The teaser trailer for CARRIE has debuted at the New York Comic-Con but for those who couldn't make it there is at least a little something for you. The first international poster for the upcoming CARRIE remake has just been revealed by Screen Gems. The poster shows the face of Chloë Moretz covered with blood, obviously invoking the infamous prom scene where she is drenched in pig's blood. Check it out below and hopefully the teaser will be released soon.

CARRIE is set to hit theatres March 15th, 2013.

Synopsis: "A reimagining of the classic horror tale about Carrie White (Chloë Grace Moretz), a shy girl outcast by her peers and sheltered by her deeply religious mother (Julianne Moore), who unleashes telekinetic terror on her small town after being pushed too far at her senior prom.
Based on the best-selling novel by Stephen King, Carrie is directed by Kimberly Peirce with a screenplay by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa"


Recently a bunch of stills have have released for NBC's upcoming Munsters reboot MOCKINGBIRD LANE. Now the first teaser trailer is out and while it doesn't look too impressive to me I'm sure there are plenty of people out there who are looking forward to it. Check it out below along with the latest images and a detailed synopsis.

Synopsis: "In Mockingbird Lane, sweet little Eddie Munster (Mason Cook) is a normal kid about to enter the horrors of puberty. Truth is, he's about to discover that for him becoming a teenager means growing hair in truly unexpected places -- as in all over his body -- every time the moon is full! Eddie's got it pretty good though. His loving, supportive, run-of-the-mill family includes his mom Lily (Portia de Rossi), the daughter of Dracula; his dad Herman (Jerry O'Connell), who brings new meaning to "Frankenstein"; and Grandpa (Eddie Izzard), who would give Dracula a run for his money if he weren't actually Dracula! Of course then there's creepy cousin Marilyn (Charity Wakefield), who's really the odd one because she's so completely normal.

Buying a house these days is a nightmare, so Herman and Lily are shocked that no one scooped up the rambling Victorian mansion at 1313 Mockingbird Lane that was the site of a series of grisly hobo murders. Settling into their new place, they're quickly onto the mission at hand: to gently ease Eddie into the reality of his werewolf adolescence. But it's not always so easy to accept that your child is a little "different" from the rest of the kids. Meanwhile, Herman, who works as a funeral director, is suffering from a heart condition. Since he's made up mostly of spare parts, he knew his makeshift heart would eventually give out. No worries though, because Grandpa, who is pretty good at procuring body parts, is on the case. All Herman cares about is finding a new heart with the same capacity to love Lily as much as he has for so many decades"

10 Albums To Listen To On Halloween

This is basically a companion piece to my 10 Horror Movies To Watch On Halloween list. I know that not everybody likes spending their Halloween watching movies and music is always a good alternative especially if you are having a party, but even if you're not it's still nice to sit back and enjoy some good tunes so here are 10 of my personal suggestions.


Misfits are probably the most obvious choice for this list but I've decided to include them anyway. Earth A.D. is by far my favorite Misfits album and is the band's fastest and most aggressive. Earth A.D. is my suggestion but honestly the simple fact that this band plays horror punk means that any of their albums are suitable for Halloween.


This Italian prog band is responsible for some of the best horror film soundtracks ever made, my personal favorite being the Suspiria soundtrack. It's definitely not to everyone's taste but I think it's a great album to listen to on Halloween.


Heavy Satanic overtones, occult lyrics and King Diamond's distinct vocals make this an essential part of my personal Halloween soundtrack.


Another of Glenn Danzig's bands, Samhain ditched the b-movie horror themes of the Misfits and focused on darker occult lyrics. This album includes the track Halloween II which is a sort of sequel to the Misfits Halloween.


Calabrese are one of those bands who are compared (unfairly) to the Misfits but have carved out their own unique style and sound, and they seem to get better with each album they release. Dayglo Necros is the latest and best in my opinion. Any of their albums are suitable for Halloween listening and in fact their earlier effort 13 Halloweens is probably the most appropriate in regards to its lyrics and themes.


For creepy droning ambiance you can hardly go past a band like Sunn O))) and their impressive album Black One. Not exactly the kind of music you can party to but it sure creates a great Halloween atmosphere.


Black Sabbath's debut album is considered by many to be the birth of heavy metal but I think that it also makes a great Halloween album. From the opening riff of the title song right through to the end this is a classic album with haunting music and vocals.


Yeah I know I've already included two of Glenn Danzig's bands but his Black Aria albums are so different and appropriate that I thought them worth a mention. More ambient music with great Halloween atmosphere.
Black Aria II is also recommended.


The songs on Murder Ballads are exactly what the title suggests. Tales of love, murder, bloodshed and violence all against a varied musical backdrop ranging from blues to rock to country and more.


I only discovered Locrian in the last couple of years but they fast became one of my favorite bands. The Crystal World is a great mix of black metal, doom and dark atmospheric ambiance. The title track is brilliant.


10 Horror Movies To Watch On Halloween

It's that time of year and it seems like everybody has made a list of Halloween movies so I thought I may as well jump on the bandwagon and do my own. Before you read through the list however there are a couple of things I should mention. First of all this is not intended to be some kind of definitive list of the best Halloween movies of all time, it is basically a selection of movies that I personally enjoy watching around Halloween. Secondly it was not my intention to have all of these movies be strictly Halloween themed, I just chose some that I think create a nice atmosphere for Halloween. Enjoy.


Ok, let's get the obvious out of the way first. It's kind of pointless for me to put the original HALLOWEEN on this list so instead I'm including this often overlooked and under appreciated entry in the franchise. The biggest mistake this movie made was to put HALLOWEEN in its title. Obviously a lot of people expected to see Michael Myers and were no doubt disappointed when he never showed up. But if you think of this as a standalone film then it is easily enjoyable and a great film to watch on Halloween night.

"A large Halloween mask-making company has plans to kill millions of American children with something sinister hidden in Halloween masks"


Another obvious addition, TRICK 'R TREAT is not only a great Halloween movie but also one of the best horror anthologies out there.

"Four interwoven stories that occur on Halloween: An everyday high school principal has a secret life as a serial killer; a college virgin might have just met the one guy for her; a group of teenagers pull a mean prank; a woman who loathes the night has to contend with her holiday-obsessed husband"


THE MONSTER SQUAD was one of my favorite movies when I was a kid and I still love it to this day. This tale of a group of young friends facing off against the likes of Dracula, the Wolfman, Frankenstein's Monster and other nasties is fun, entertaining and humorous. A cult classic and highly recommended for viewing on Halloween.

"Dracula is alive. In fact, he plans to rule the world and that is why he seeks the help of other legendary monsters. However, a bunch of kids regarded by their peers as losers uncover the devious plan and prepare for a counter strike"


Zombies have long been a staple of Halloween so of course I felt the need to include at least one zombie outbreak film in this list. NOTLD is in my mind the best zombie movie ever made. Period. Even after more than 40 years it is as dark and powerful as ever. Imitated countless times but never bettered, one of my favorites to watch at Halloween.

"When unexpected radiation raises the dead, a microcosm of Average America has to battle flesh-eating zombies in George A. Romero's landmark  horror film"

REC (2007)

Apart from being one of my all time favorite foreign-language horror films of all time, REC is also a fast, claustrophobic and terrifying ride. If you can't stand watching a film with subtitles then you could always go with the US shot-for-shot remake QUARANTINE but honestly there is no substitute for the original.
And with the relative short length of both films it's a good idea to watch REC and REC 2 back to back.

"A television reporter and cameraman follow emergency workers into a dark apartment building and are quickly locked inside with something terrifying"


David Lynch's bleak, industrial mindfuck is one of those films which begs deep discussion from a lot of viewers. Or you can just simply sit back and enjoy it because as the star Jack Nance said "It's only a movie"
Whatever you're preference it's no doubt that this is a strange film with an eerie soundtrack and the mutant baby is fucking creepy.

"Henry Spencer tries to survive his industrial environment, his angry girlfriend, and the unbearable screams of his newly born mutant child"


One of my favorite John Carpenter films, IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS has an intriguing, twisting, Lovecraft inspired story and a good performance from Sam Neill. The town of Hobb's End is filled with creepy and sinister characters. A very intelligent, dark, insightful and interesting movie.

"An insurance investigator begins discovering that the impact a horror writer's books have on his fans is more than inspirational"

ZOMBI 2 (1979)

Also known as ZOMBIE FLESH EATERS or simply ZOMBIE, Lucio Fulci's undead masterpiece is at the opposite end of the spectrum as Romero's NOTLD. There's no social commentary but there is some great looking zombies and two iconic scenes, one involving a zombie and a shark and the other involving an eye and a big fucking splinter.

"Strangers looking for a woman's father arrive at a tropical island where a doctor desperately searches for the cause and cure of a recent epidemic of the undead"

DEEP RED (1975)

Even though SUSPIRIA is a great movie, my favorite Argento film is DEEP RED. A great example of giallo with an awesome soundtrack by Goblin and some great visuals and of course plenty of the red stuff. The main reason for including this in the list is the music because Goblin make a pretty awesome soundtrack for Halloween.

"A musician witnesses the murder of a famous psychic, and then teams up with a feisty reporter to find the killer while evading attempts on their lives by the unseen killer bent on keeping a dark secret buried"

THE THING (1982)

This is the kind of movie I could watch countless times over, but especially on a dark Halloween night because it has such a great claustrophobic and paranoid atmosphere. A cool score from Ennio Morricone and some of the best practical effects you will ever see make this not only a great Halloween movie but also a great movie in general.

"Scientists in the Antarctic are confronted by a shape-shifting alien that assumes the appearance of the people that it kills"

Teaser Trailer For REC 4: APOCALYPSE

Jaume Balaguero's REC 4 is on its way, and you can check out the new teaser trailer below, along with some new sales art. With REC 4 being the final film in the franchise I'm really hoping it will go out with a bang.

Synopsis: "Angela Vidal, the young television reporter who entered the building with the fireman, manages to make it out alive. But what the soldiers don’t know is that she carries the seed of the strange infection. She is to be taken to a provisional quarantine facility, a high-security installation where she will have to stay in isolation for several days. An old oil tanker, miles off shore and surrounded by water on all sides, has been especially equipped for the quarantine"



TEXAS CHAINSAW 3D is headed for theatres on January 4th, 2013. We have already had a couple of posters released but I think that this latest (courtesy of FearNet) is by far the best, purely because of its simplicity and retro feel. And if you want to pick one up for yourself then head over to the New York Comic-Con on October 12th where TEXAS CHAINSAW star Alexandra Daddario will be signing these limited edition posters.
Keep up with the latest details via the film's official Facebook page.

Synopsis: "Decades later and hundreds of miles away from the original massacre, a young woman named Heather learns that she has inherited a Texas estate from a grandmother she never knew she had. After embarking on a road trip with friends to uncover her roots, she finds she is the sole owner of a lavish, isolated Victorian mansion. But her new-found wealth comes at a price as she stumbles upon a horror that awaits her in the mansion’s dank cellars"


Three New Clips For GRAVE ENCOUNTERS 2

GRAVE ENCOUNTERS gets a limited theatrical release on October 12th which is not far away at all. In the lead up to the release three new clips have been revealed. Check them out below.
GRAVE ENCOUNTERS 2 is currently available on VOD.

Synopsis:While researching the events depicted in the original film and the subsequent disappearance of its lead ”actor” Sean Rogerson, Alex Wright received a bizarre video from a mysterious blogger named “DeathAwaits666.” Appearing to show Rogerson still alive but trapped inside the Collingwood Psychiatric Hospital from GRAVE ENCOUNTERS, Alex and his friends agree to meet the blogger at the infamous hospital in hopes of learning what really happened. To their horror they quickly find themselves face-to-face with unspeakable evil. Realizing that they must be smarter and faster than Rogerson and his crew to avoid suffering the same fate, they use their knowledge of the original film to do whatever it takes to survive”


Ok so it's no secret that I really dislike the PA franchise, but for those of you who don't you can check out the latest clip below. And prepare yourselves for the release of the movie on October 19th.

Synopsis: "Paranormal Activity 4 follows the story of Hunter Rey who is now six years old and Katie. They have moved into a house together as mother and son and suddenly the neighbours start  to experience the same hauntings that occurred to Katie and Kristi’s family"