i'm actually anxious to see this for no reason other than selma blair's facial reactions actually had to be cut from the flick because she was so disgusted by it. considering GOOD horrors are a dying breed...hopefully this one is half decent. i'd rather not compare ANY new flick to Seven though...c'mon, thats a classic...
Feb 22 - 08:30 AM
sounds like a cut above saw (pun intended). i'll give it a shot if it comes stateside.
Feb 22 - 10:03 AM
I'm afraid this article has given away too much about the movie's plot: since there are so many "grizzly" murders, the culprit must be a bear.
Come on, people. The comments are bad enough; can we at least get the staff of RT to spell words correctly?
Feb 22 - 11:55 AM
You're absolutely right; I'm an idiot. Fixed.
Feb 22 - 03:12 PM
dahluzz: Word from Vertigo is that the Weinstein Company have the US rights so you may not have to wait long. Or you may have to wait really long. It really depends on whether it's one of THOSE Weinstein acquisitions...
Feb 22 - 03:15 PM
Do the Weinsteins still do that?Back when they were running Mirimax they had a whole stable of good movies, and they sat on some so they could increase their annual oscar odds. From what I've seen, the Weinsteins are only JUST now starting to manage to aquire much in the way of worthwhile films.
Feb 23 - 05:10 PM
I'd say nothing is certain with Bob and Harvey, under a new name or not.
Feb 23 - 06:26 PM
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