Twin boys who do everything together, from collecting beetles to feeding stray cats, welcome their mother home after her reconstructive surgery. But with her face wrapped in bandages, and her demeanor distant, they grow suspicious of her identity.
From what I read about this film, it is said to be incredibly violent making it extremely hard to watch, along with nail-biting suspense leading up to an unsettling twist. Sounds good to me. Release date: September 11, 2015 USA
When a devoted husband and father (Keanu Reeves) is left home alone for the weekend, two stranded young women unexpectedly knock on his door for help. What starts out as a kind gesture results in a dangerous seduction and a deadly game of cat and mouse.
Eli Roth’s Knock Knock was screened earlier this year at Sundance and the reviews have not been kind. Calling it everything from an “inconsistent skin-crawler” to my favorite, “hot, wet garbage”. Well, due to my 25 yr crush on Keanu Reeves, I’m willing to sit through it. Preferably with a box a Merlot. Release date: October 9, 2015
3~The Green Inferno
A group of student activists travels to the Amazon to save the rainforest and soon discover that they are not alone, and that no good deed goes unpunished.
I’m not the biggest fan of cannibal movies, but I do love a fair amount of gore from time to time. And in my opinion, Eli has mastered the gore porn genre with his Hostel films. So bring on The Green Inferno. Release date: September 25, 2015.
4~Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension
Supernatural occurrences take place in a newly moved family’s home in Palo-Alto, CA. The family consists of Ryan, a game developer, Ryan’s wife Emily, and their 6-year old daughter Leila. They discover a video camera in the garage which can see paranormal phenomenons that the human eye can’t. With Leila being targeted by supernatural forces, Ryan must find a way to protect his daughter before it’s too late.
I just can’t quit this franchise. I’ve seen the first three, so why stop now? I might even pay extra to watch it in 3D. Release date: October 23, 2015
It’s the summer of 1989. 9-year-old Ted Henley (Jared Breeze) and his father John (David Morse) are the proprietors of The Mt. Vista Motel, a crumbling resort buried in the mountains of the American West. Since Ted’s mother left, John has drifted into despondency leaving Ted to fend for himself. In this isolation, unchecked by the bounds of parenting, Ted’s darker impulses begin to manifest. The arrival of a mysterious drifter, William Colby (Rainn Wilson), captivates young Ted and the two form a unique friendship – setting the stage for Ted’s final, unnerving metamorphosis.
I’m not quite sure why I’m so drawn to this film. Maybe it’s my undying love for Norman Bates. Either way, it definitely peaks my interest. Release date: August 18, 2015
Rings is a prequel about the origin of Samara’s reign of terror. Holt (Alex Roe) is a young man who begins to become distant from his girlfriend Julia (Matilda Lutz), after watching the infamous deadly videotape the series is known for.
Unfortunately, there isn’t a trailer available yet. But with the first Ring being one of my favorite movies of all time, I’m looking forward to this third installment. If anything, It can’t be much worse than Ring 2. Release date: November 13, 2015