Friday the 13th

Category: Horror
All Genres: Horror
Release Year: 2009
Country: USA
Rating: 5.8 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Marcus Nispel
Sound: DTS, Dolby Digital

  • His Karma is Huge
  • Get ready for the summer of love

  • Writing by: Damian Shannon – writer
    Mark Swift – writer

    Produced by: Michael Bay – producer
    Sean S. Cunningham – executive producer
    Toby Emmerich – executive producer
    Andrew Form – producer
    Bradley Fuller – producer (as Brad Fuller)
    Brian Witten – executive producer

    Cast: Jared Padalecki – Clay
    Danielle Panabaker – Jenna
    Amanda Righetti – Whitney
    Travis Van Winkle – Trent
    Derek Mears – Jason Voorhees
    Aaron Yoo – Chewie
    Arlen Escarpeta – Lawrence
    Julianna Guill – Bree
    Willa Ford – Chelsea
    Ryan Hansen – Nolan
    Jonathan Sadowski – Wade

    Music: Steve Jablonsky
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    Plot Outline: A strange black entity from another world bonds with Peter Parker and causes inner turmoil as he contends with new villains, temptations, and revenge.
    Plot: A group of young adults discover a boarded up Camp Crystal Lake, where they soon encounter Jason Voorhees (Mears) and his deadly intentions.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    One outtake with Verne Troyer is shown during the end credits.

    Goofs: We know about 2 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Factual errors: Playboy Bunnies were waitresses at the Playboy Club chain. Playmates are nude models.

    Trivia: There are 5 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • The first film in the franchise released by both New Line Cinema and Paramount Pictures. Originally, Paramount owned the rights to the series after the original was released in 1980 but sold the rights to New Line Cinema in 1990 after poor box office returns of Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989). New Line bought the rights to the characters of Jason Voorhees and Pamela Voorhees, the Crystal Lake name, and the trademark for the title “Friday the 13th”. All footage from the first eight films and the remake rights for the first film remained the property of Paramount. New Line Cinema released Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993), Jason X (2001) and Freddy vs. Jason (2003)t. When Platinum Dunes came aboard to develop the new film, they wanted the freedom to use scenarios and characters from the films still owned by Paramount. After a legal dispute, the companies decided to co-produce the 2009 film.
    • Two actresses dropped out of the film due to nudity and sex scene concerns.
    • Jennifer Sciole auditioned for a lead role.

The Ruins

Category: Horror
All Genres: Horror, Thriller
Release Year: 2008
Country: USA, Australia
Runtime: 93
Rating: 4.7 (0)
Languages: English, Maya, Spanish
Director: Carter Smith
Sound: Dolby Digital, SDDS, DTS

  • Terror has evolved.

  • Writing by: Scott B. Smith – (screenplay)
    Scott B. Smith – (novel) (as Scott Smith)

    Produced by: Gary Barber – executive producer
    Chris Bender – producer
    Roger Birnbaum – executive producer
    Stuart Cornfeld – producer
    Trish Hofmann – executive producer
    Jeremy Kramer – producer
    Ben Stiller – executive producer

    Cast: Jonathan Tucker – Jeff
    Jena Malone – Amy
    Laura Ramsey – Stacy
    Shawn Ashmore – Eric
    Joe Anderson – Mathias
    Sergio Calderón – Lead Mayan
    Jesse Ramirez – Mayan Bowman
    Balder Moreno – Mayan Horseman
    Dimitri Baveas – Dimitri
    Patricio Almeida Rodriguez – Taxi Driver
    Mario Jurado – Mayan Archer

    Music: Graeme Revell
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    Plot Outline: A group of friends whose leisurely Mexican holiday takes a turn for the worse when they, along with a fellow tourist embark on a remote archaeological dig in the jungle, where something evil lives among the ruins.
    Plot: While on vacation in a resort in Mexico, the Americans Jeff, his girlfriend Amy, her best friend Stacy and her boyfriend Eric befriend the German Mathias in the swimming pool. Mathias invites the group to visit the ruins of a Mayan temple with his Greek friend Dimitri in an archeological field where his brother Henrich and his girlfriend are camped eighteen kilometers far from the resort. They hire an old taxi and when they reach the spot, they are surrounded by Mayan villagers armed of revolver, rifle and bow-and-arrow that kill Dimitri and do not allow the group to leave the place. They climb a construction covered of creepers with red flowers, and remain under siege of the locals. When they hear a cell phone in the bottom of a well, Mathias decides to seek the apparatus using a rope that breaks and he has a serious accident breaking his back. Amy and Stacy go to the bottom of the mine to rescue Mathias and they find many corpses covered by the climbing plants; further, they realize that they had been lured by the plants that are vibrating with the sound of a cell phone. When they are attacked by the carnivorous creeping plants, they understand the reaction of the Mayan villagers.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Baby photos of the cast and crew are shown during the closing credits.

    Goofs: We know about 6 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Revealing mistakes: On top of the ruins there is an opening with a rope in which people can lower others by turning a wheel. When one of the characters is going down into the ruins, the camera changes quickly between the person going down into the ruins and the characters lowering the rope. Even though they are lowering a person into the ruins, they are actually twisting the wheel the wrong way, which shows the rope moving up, as if they are taking someone out of the ruins.

    Trivia: There are 1 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • SPOILER: Even though the novel and the screenplay were written by the same person, the deaths of the characters are switched around. In the film, Stacy cuts her knee and the plants start growing inside her. She ends up killing Eric and begs for the others to kill her. In the book, its Eric who cuts his knee, and he kills Mathias. In the film, Mathias breaks his back and later gets his legs cut off. In the novel, this happens to Pablo (who is called Dimitri in the film). In the film, Jeff is killed by the Mayans trying to save Amy so she can escape. In the novel, Jeff is killed by the Mayans trying to escape after Amy has been killed by the plants during the night. In the novel, Stacy is the last survivor. She commits suicide in front of the ruins to warn off others who might find the ruins. But the plants make her body disappear. In the novel, Amy is the first character to die. In the film, she is the only one who survives and, unlike any of the characters in the novel, she actually manages to escape.


Category: Horror
All Genres: Horror, Thriller
Release Year: 1960
Country: USA
Runtime: 109
Rating: 5.1 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Sound: Mono

  • A new- and altogether different- screen excitement!!!
  • * No One … BUT NO ONE … Will Be Admitted To The Theatre After The Start Of Each Performance Of Alfred Hitchcocks Psycho
  • It Is _Required_ That You See Psycho From The Very Beginning!
  • Dont give away the ending – its the only one we have!
  • The screens master of suspense moves his camera into the icy blackness of the unexplained!
  • Electrifying shocker! (Australia Release)
  • The master of suspense moves his cameras into the icy blackness of the unexplored! (window card)
  • Exploring the blackness of the subconscious man!
  • Its Back! (1965 reissue)
  • See the version TV didnt dare show! (1968 re-release)

  • Writing by: Robert Bloch – (novel)
    Joseph Stefano – (screenplay)

    Produced by: Alfred Hitchcock – producer (uncredited)

    Cast: Anthony Perkins – Norman Bates
    Janet Leigh – Marion Crane
    Vera Miles – Lila Crane
    John Gavin – Sam Loomis
    Martin Balsam – Milton Arbogast
    John McIntire – Sheriff Al Chambers
    Simon Oakland – Dr. Fred Richmond
    Vaughn Taylor – George Lowery
    Frank Albertson – Tom Cassidy
    Lurene Tuttle – Eliza Chambers
    Patricia Hitchcock – Caroline (as Pat Hitchcock)

    Music: Bernard Herrmann
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    Plot Outline: A young woman steals $40,000 from her employers client, and subsequently encounters a young motel proprietor too long under the domination of his mother.
    Plot: Phoenix officeworker Marion Crane is fed up with the way life has treated her. She has to meet her lover Sam in lunch breaks and they cannot get married because Sam has to give most of his money away in alimony. One Friday Marion is trusted to bank $40,000 by her employer. Seeing the opportunity to take the money and start a new life, Marion leaves town and heads towards Sams California store. Tired after the long drive and caught in a storm, she gets off the main highway and pulls into The Bates Motel. The motel is managed by a quiet young man called Norman who seems to be dominated by his mother.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    This movie didnt even have ending credits.

    Goofs: We know about 13 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Incorrectly regarded as goofs: … or, more accurately, “Incorrectly believed to be a goof even though no one has ever actually seen it”. There are persistent reports that Marion swallows after she is dead. As far as were able to tell, the story originated in a newspaper article in 1973, but has been misremembered and misreported by subsequent generations of goof fans. The original story said that Hitchcocks wife, Alma Reville, spotted the post-death swallow shortly before the film was released and told her husband in time for a correction to be made. According to Janet Leigh, it wasnt a gulp at all, but a blink, and it was, indeed, edited out. The released version of the movie contains no post mortem swallowing or blinking, so, unless you worked on the movie, youve never seen it. No, really, trust us, youve *never* seen it.

    Trivia: There are 88 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Considered for the role of Marion were: Eva Marie Saint, Piper Laurie, Martha Hyer, Hope Lange, Shirley Jones, and Lana Turner.
    • Alfred Hitchcock bought the rights to the novel anonymously from Robert Bloch for only US$9,000. He then bought up as many copies of the novel as he could to keep the ending a secret.
    • One of the reasons Alfred Hitchcock shot the movie in black and white was he thought it would be too gory in color. But the main reason was that he wanted to make the film as inexpensively as possible (under $1 million). He also wondered if so many bad, inexpensively made, b/w “B” movies did so well at the box office, what would happen if a really good, inexpensively made, b/w movie was made.


Category: Horror
All Genres: Horror, Thriller
Release Year: 2008
Country: USA, Romania
Runtime: 110
Rating: 7.5 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Alexandre Aja
Sound: Dolby Digital

  • There Is Evil……..On The Other Side

  • Writing by: Alexandre Aja – (screenplay) &
    Grégory Levasseur – (screenplay) (as Gregory Levasseur)
    Sung-ho Kim – (Korean motion picture "Into the Mirror")

    Produced by: Alexandre Aja – producer
    Marc S. Fischer – executive producer
    Andrew Hong – executive producer
    Christopher Landry – line producer: additional photography
    Grégory Levasseur – producer
    Alexandra Milchan – producer
    Marc Sternberg – producer
    Tim Van Rellim – executive producer
    Moritz von der Groeben – producer
    Andrei Zinca – line producer

    Cast: Kiefer Sutherland – Ben Carson
    Paula Patton – Amy Carson
    Cameron Boyce – Michael Carson
    Erica Gluck – Daisy Carson
    Amy Smart – Angela Carson
    Mary Beth Peil – Anna Esseker
    John Shrapnel – Lorenzo Sapelli
    Jason Flemyng – Larry Byrne
    Tim Ahern – Dr. Morris
    Julian Glover – Robert Esseker
    Josh Cole – Gary Lewis

    Music: Javier Navarrete
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    Plot Outline: Fledgling writer Briony Tallis, as a 13-year-old, irrevocably changes the course of several lives when she accuses her older sisters lover of a crime he did not commit. Based on the British romance novel by Ian McEwan.
    Plot: An ex-cop and his family are the target of an evil force that is using mirrors as a gateway into their home.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    When “These Days” by Chanal Kreviazuk is playing during the end credits, the pants look like the girls put all these designs on the pants of what their summer was like.

    Goofs: We know about 19 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Anachronisms: In the section of the movie set in 1935, there is a scene where Robbie is daydreaming and the image of a four engined bomber crosses the screen. The plane is a Shorts Stirling, which entered service in 1939.

    Trivia: There are 21 entries in the trivia list – like these:

Prom Night

Category: Horror
All Genres: Horror, Thriller
Release Year: 2008
Country: USA, Canada
Runtime: 88
Rating: 7.5 (0)
Languages: English, Italian
Director: Nelson McCormick
Sound: DTS, SDDS, Dolby Digital

  • Its Midnight Everyones Ready To Go Home…But Someone Has Other Plans.
  • A Party To Die For.
  • A Night To Die For.
  • A night to die for
  • Ein Abend für den mancher morden würde. (Germany)
  • Es ist Mitternacht, jeder geht heim … doch jemand hat andere Pläne ! (Germany)

  • Writing by: J.S. Cardone – (written by)

    Produced by: Christopher Ball – executive producer
    J.S. Cardone – executive producer
    Marc Forby – executive producer
    Glenn S. Gainor – executive producer
    Neal H. Moritz – producer
    William Tyrer – executive producer

    Cast: Brittany Snow – Donna Keppel
    Scott Porter – Bobby
    Jessica Stroup – Claire
    Dana Davis – Lisa Hines
    Collins Pennie – Ronnie Heflin
    Kelly Blatz – Michael
    James Ransone – Detective Nash
    Brianne Davis – Crissy Lynn
    Kellan Lutz – Rick Leland
    Mary Mara – Ms. Waters
    Ming-Na – Dr. Elisha Crowe (as Ming Wen)

    Music: Paul Haslinger
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    Plot Outline: Donnas senior prom is supposed to be the best night of her life, though a sadistic killer from her past has different plans for her and her friends.
    Plot: Donnas senior prom is supposed to be the best night of her life, one of magic, beauty, and love. Surrounded by her best friends, she should be safe from the horrors of her past. But when the night turns from magic to murder there is only one man who could be responsible, the man she thought was gone forever. Now, Donna and her friends must find a way to escape the sadistic rampage of an obsessed killer, and survive their Prom Night.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 6 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Opening title cards read for the first season: “The Cylons Were Created by Man. They Rebelled. They Evolved. They Look and Feel Human. Some are programmed to think they are Human. There are many copies. And they have a Plan.”

    Goofs: We know about 8 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Factual errors: After the fire alarm is pulled, Donna goes up to the 3rd floor from the ground floor using an elevator. Its against building codes to have elevators move after a fire alarm has been pulled. After a fire alarm has been sounded, all elevators go to the first floor and stop working, in order to ensure no one gets stuck in the elevator if a fire is actually occurring.

    Trivia: There are 43 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • In the original "Battlestar Galactica" (1978), Viper weapons fire was red lasers and the Cylon Raider fire was white lasers. In this version, both ships fire actual bullets.
    • Starbuck, who is played by Katee Sackhoff, was a man in the original "Battlestar Galactica" (1978) show, played by Dirk Benedict. Its also the name of the first officer aboard the Pequod in the book Moby Dick.
    • The Battlestar Galactica and the Viper fighters are similar in design to the old show, but were revamped for the new show. The Cylon Basetar, Cylon Raider, and Cylon Centurion each had a completely new design for the new show. Also, there are only four ships that appear in the remake but not in the original: “Colonial One” (the transport used by Laura Roslin), the Olympic Carrier, Cloud 9 and the ringed passenger liner.

The Strangers

Category: Horror
All Genres: Horror, Thriller
Release Year: 2008
Country: USA
Runtime: 85
Rating: 6.5 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Bryan Bertino
Sound: SDDS, Dolby Digital, DTS

  • Lock the door. Pretend youre safe.
  • We tell ourselves theres nothing to fear – but sometimes, were wrong.
  • What are you afraid of?
  • Because you were home.

  • Writing by: Bryan Bertino – (written by)

    Produced by: Thomas J. Busch – co-producer
    Doug Davison – producer
    Joseph Drake – executive producer
    Marc D. Evans – executive producer
    Nathan Kahane – producer
    Kelli Konop – executive producer
    Roy Lee – producer
    Trevor Macy – executive producer
    Sonny Mallhi – executive producer

    Cast: Liv Tyler – Kristen McKay
    Scott Speedman – James Hoyt
    Gemma Ward – Dollface
    Kip Weeks – The Man in the Mask
    Laura Margolis – Pin-Up Girl
    Alex Fisher – Mormon Boy #1
    Peter Clayton-Luce – Mormon Boy #2
    Glenn Howerton – Mike

    Music: tomandandy
    Official Website: Visit Website

    Plot Outline: A young couple staying in an isolated vacation home are terrorized by three unknown assailants.
    Plot: After returning from a wedding reception, a couple staying in an isolated vacation house receive a knock on the door in the mid-hours of the night. What ensues is a violent invasion by three strangers, their faces hidden behind masks. The couple find themselves in a violent struggle, in which they go beyond what either of them thought capable in order to survive.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    After the completion of the end credits, a scene showing Eddie Cantrows (Ben Stiller) bunkmate at camp saying good night and then snorting cocaine (in reference to the deviated septum scene in the film).

    Goofs: We know about 2 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Factual errors: When Kristen puts a record on, she places the needle at the beginning and we hear “The Sprout And The Bean” by Joanna Newsom. Yet no vinyl album has ever been released where this song is at the beginning of either side.

    Trivia: There are 4 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Originally was to be released in the summer of 2007 but was pushed back. Then after being pushed back a second time the film was finally released on May 30, 2008.
    • There is a scene when Merle Haggards “Mama Tried” is played loudly on the home record player. The name of Merle Haggards Band for that recording (and all others) was “The Strangers”.
    • Liv Tyler suffered from tonsillitis during the shooting of the film.


Category: Horror
All Genres: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Release Year: 2008
Country: USA
Runtime: 85
Rating: 8.8 (0)
Languages: English, Japanese
Director: Masayuki Ochiai
Sound: Dolby

  • The most terrifying images are the ones that are real.

  • Writing by: Luke Dawson – (screenplay)
    Banjong Pisanthanakun – (2004 movie) uncredited &
    Sopon Sukdapisit – (2004 movie) uncredited &
    Parkpoom Wongpoom – (2004 movie) uncredited

    Produced by: Doug Davison – producer
    Gloria Fan – executive producer
    Richard Guay – associate producer
    Takashige Ichise – producer
    Roy Lee – producer
    Sonny Mallhi – executive producer

    Cast: Joshua Jackson – Benjamin Shaw
    Rachael Taylor – Jane Shaw
    Megumi Okina – Megumi Tanaka
    David Denman – Bruno
    John Hensley – Adam
    Maya Hazen – Seiko
    James Kyson Lee – Ritsuo
    Yoshiko Miyazaki – Akiko
    Kei Yamamoto – Murase
    Daisy Betts – Natasha
    Adrienne Pickering – Megan

    Music: Nathan Barr
    Official Website: Visit Website

    Plot Outline: A newly married couple discovers disturbing, ghostly images in photographs they develop after a tragic accident. Fearing the manifestations may be connected, they investigate and learn that some mysteries are better left unsolved.
    Plot: A newlywed couple Ben and Jane move to Japan for a promising job opportunity – a fashion shoot in Tokyo. During their trip on a dark forest road they experience a tragic car accident, leading to the death of a young local girl. Upon regaining consciousness, they find no trace of her body. A bit distraught the couple arrives in Tokyo to begin their new life. Meanwhile Ben begins noticing strange white blurs in many of his fashion shoot photographs. Jane believes that the blurs are actually spirit photography of the dead girl who they hit on the road, and that she may be seeking vengeance.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The party music plays over the closing credits. After it ends, we hear the Overlook ghosts applaud. They then talk amongst themselves until their voices fade away.

    Goofs: We know about 7 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: When the wife is just entering the new house shes wearing black tights, but when she goes to look out the window theyre not there anymore.

    Trivia: There are 1 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Not screened for critics.

The Shining

Category: Horror
All Genres: Horror, Thriller
Release Year: 1980
Country: USA, UK
Runtime: 146
Rating: 8.8 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Sound: Mono

  • A Masterpiece Of Modern Horror
  • The tide of terror that swept America IS HERE[UK Poster]
  • Stanley Kubricks epic nightmare of horror
  • The Horror is driving him crazy
  • He Came As The Caretaker, But This Hotel Had Its Own Guardians – Whod Been There A Long Time

  • Writing by: Stephen King – (novel)
    Stanley Kubrick – (screenplay) &
    Diane Johnson – (screenplay)

    Produced by: Robert Fryer – associate producer: The Producer Circle Organization
    Jan Harlan – executive producer
    Mary Lea Johnson – associate producer: The Producer Circle Organization
    Stanley Kubrick – producer
    Martin Richards – associate producer: The Producer Circle Organization

    Cast: Jack Nicholson – Jack Torrance
    Shelley Duvall – Wendy Torrance
    Danny Lloyd – Danny Torrance
    Scatman Crothers – Dick Hallorann
    Barry Nelson – Stuart Ullman
    Philip Stone – Delbert Grady
    Joe Turkel – Lloyd the Bartender
    Anne Jackson – Doctor
    Tony Burton – Larry Durkin
    Lia Beldam – Young Woman in Bath
    Billie Gibson – Old Woman in Bath

    Music: Wendy Carlos Rachel Elkind
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    Plot Outline: A family heads to an isolated hotel for the winter where an evil and spiritual presence influences the father into violence, while his psychic son sees horrific forebodings from the past and of the future.
    Plot: A man, his son and wife become the winter caretakers of an isolated hotel where Danny, the son, sees disturbing visions of the hotels past using a telepathic gift known as “The Shining”. The father, Jack Torrance, is underway in a writing project when he slowly slips into insanity as a result of cabin fever and former guests of the hotels ghosts. After being convinced by a waiters ghost to “correct” the family, Jack goes completely insane. The only thing that can save Danny and his mother is “The Shining”.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The party music plays over the closing credits. After it ends, we hear the Overlook ghosts applaud. They then talk amongst themselves until their voices fade away.

    Goofs: We know about 45 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: Mrs. Torrances cigarette ash when she discusses Danny with the doctor.

    Trivia: There are 69 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • During the making of the movie, Stanley Kubrick would call Stephen King at 3:00 a.m. and ask him questions like “Do you believe in God?”
    • Stephen King was first approached by Stanley Kubrick about making a film version of The Shining via an early morning phone call (England is five hours ahead of Maine in time zones). King, having a hangover, shaving and at first thinking one of his kids was injured, was shocked when his wife told him Kubrick was on the phone. King recalled that the first thing Kubrick did was to immediately start talking about optimistic ghost stories are, because they suggest that humans survive death. “What about hell?” King asked. Kubrick paused for several moments before finally replying, “I dont believe in hell.”
    • The Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood in Oregon was used for the front exterior, but all the interiors as well as the back of the hotel were specially built at Elstree Studios in London, England. The management of the Timberline requested that Stanley Kubrick not use 217 for a room number (as specified in the book), fearing that nobody would want to stay in that room ever again. Kubrick changed the script to use the nonexistent room number 237.

The Wolf Man

Category: Horror
All Genres: Horror, Thriller
Release Year: 2009
Country: USA
Rating: 7.9 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Joe Johnston
Sound: DTS-ES, Dolby Digital EX, SDDS

  • The saga is complete.

  • Writing by: Andrew Kevin Walker – (screenplay)
    David Self – rewrite

    Produced by: Bill Carraro – executive producer
    Sean Daniel – producer
    Andrew Z. Davis – executive producer
    Benicio Del Toro – producer
    Scott Stuber – producer
    Rick Yorn – producer

    Cast: Emily Blunt – Gwen Conliffe
    Benicio Del Toro – Lawrence Talbot
    Anthony Hopkins – Sir John Talbot
    Hugo Weaving – Det. Aberline
    Geraldine Chaplin – Maleva
    Kiran Shah – Wolfboy
    Art Malik – Singh
    David Sterne – Kirk
    Branko Tomovic – Gypsy Man
    Richard James – Doctor #2
    Olga Fedori – Malevas daughter

    Music: John Williams
    Official Website: Visit Website

    Plot Outline: Upon his return to his ancestral homeland, an American man (Del Toro) is bitten, and subsequently cursed by, a werewolf.
    Plot: Lawrence Talbot, a haunted nobleman, is lured back to his family estate after his brother vanishes. Reunited with his estranged father, Talbot sets out to find his brother… and discovers a horrifying destiny for himself. Talbots childhood ended the night his mother died. After he left the sleepy Victorian hamlet of Blackmoor, he spent decades recovering and trying to forget. But when his brothers fiancйe, Gwen Conliffe, tracks him down to help find her missing love, Talbot returns home to join the search. He learns that something with brute strength and insatiable bloodlust has been killing the villagers, and that a suspicious Scotland Yard inspector named Aberline has come to investigate.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Michael Smith as Javva The Hutt

    Goofs: We know about 48 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: Anakins scar on his right eye changes, the part below his eye moves slightly down and lengthens. Also, on the DVD box cover, Anakin clearly doesnt have a scar; however throughout the movie the scar is there since he was supposed to have received it in between Episodes II and III.

    Trivia: There are 2 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Mark Romanek was going to direct but left the project over budget disagreements.
    • Benicio del Toros Wolfman make-up took approximately 3 hours to apply and 1 hour to remove.

Zombie Nation

Category: Horror
All Genres: Horror
Release Year: 2004
Country: USA
Runtime: 81
Rating: 5.9 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Ulli Lommel
Sound: Mono

  • Terror In Numbers

  • Writing by: Ulli Lommel – writer

    Produced by: Marian Dora – executive producer
    Carsten Frank – executive producer
    Ulli Lommel – producer
    Max Nikoff – associate producer
    Nola Roeper – producer
    Pia Yvonne Woods – executive producer

    Cast: Günther Ziegler – Joe Singer
    Brandon Dean – Vitalio
    Axel Montgomery – Det. MacQueen
    Phil Lander – Scott
    Martina Bottesch – Romy
    Szilvi Naray-Davey – Holly
    Karen Maxwell – Virginia
    Naidra Dawn Thomson – Desiree
    Victoria Ullmann – Susan
    Kevin McCloskey – Officer Brian
    Nola Roeper – Officer Malloy

    Music: Robert J. Walsh
    Official Website: Visit Website

    Plot Outline: The Dynamic Duo faces four super-villains who plan to hold the world for ransom with the help of a secret invention that instantly dehydrates people.
    Plot: A psycho cop with a weakness for killing his female arrests gets whats coming to him when a pack of zombie women rise from their graves in order to get proper revenge.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The film ends with THE END, then it suddenly changes to THE LIVING END…..?

    Goofs: We know about 1 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: Several of the zombies are shown clawing their way out of the ground, yet when they have finished, there is no dirt in their hair or on their clothes.

    Trivia: There are 13 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Originally planned as the pilot film for the _”Batman” (1966/II)_ TV series, the movie was instead produced between the shows first and second seasons. The producers took advantage of the larger budget to have a number of new Bat-gadgets constructed, such as the BatBoat.
    • Although Sterling Holloway is listed in the credits as Col. Terry, all his scenes were, in fact, cut from the film as released.
    • The BatBoat was built especially for the film by the Glastron boat company. In exchange for their cooperation, the producers agreed to hold the films world premiere in Austin, Texas, Glastrons headquarters.