Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Bodies Bodies Bodies: A New Reason to Fear House Parties in the Woods


 Those that know me know that I can be very vocal about my hatred toward the term "elevated genre". To me this the coward's way of saying "I like horror films". It is the "elevated genre" fan and their cowardice that has led me to a healthy distrust of all things A24, since this brand above all others seems to be the church of the "elevated genre" lover. With that being said I was obviously skeptical about A24 releasing what appeared to be a fun "teen slasher" type film complete with attractive young people somehow trapped in a house as one by one they are taken out by a mysterious villain. 

This film is Halina Reijn's "Bodies, Bodies, Bodies". At first glance this feels like a 90's nostalgia cash grab. From the storyline to its "floating head" style poster (think first Scream poster or new Scream poster as reference) it would be easy to dismiss this title with a "been there done that attitude". It was that exact feeling that sparked my interest. Why would a respectable brand like A24 put out such a film? A "horror" film if you will. Well I had to see for myself and I'm glad I did. 

The setting is familiar, the characters are familiar, the setup is familiar, and yet it feels new and refreshing, kind of like listening to a favorite record to remind yourself why you first fell in love with it in the first place and falling in love with it all over again. We know people will die, and they do in ways that keep you guessing so that's fun. We know there will be "funny" people thrown into the situation to help ease the tension, and there are but with a strong social commentary that has us all laughing at ourselves and our friends. We know the phones won't work and the car can't start but has this ever stopped us from jumping headfirst into a good time at the movies?!? The atmosphere created by the lighting of glow sticks or a single cell phone flashlight was extremely effective. I had way too much fun playing along with the "Clue" like game of Bodies, Bodies, Bodies and hearing theatre goers around me gasping at the shocks, jumping at the scares, laughing out loud, and bobbing their heads to the music. What I am trying to say is this is a good movie that deserves to be seen and worked well with an audience who was ready for a horror film. Get your friends together, buy some popcorn and hit the theatre for a film I'm sure will be more entertaining than the next Scream. Nostalgia isn't bad but the future is bright and full of talented individuals ready to bring you new stories and new reasons to fear house parties in the woods.

-KillDozer 

(The following are some of the negative comments that sparked interest in Bodies Bodies Bodies) 


Wednesday, March 2, 2022

THE UNNAMED FOOTAGE FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES FULL PROGRAM FOR 5TH EDITION

THE CELEBRATED FOUND FOOTAGE AND POV HORROR CINEMA FILM FESTIVAL RETURNS TO SAN FRANCISCO MARCH 17-20, 2022



After a year in cyber captivity, the Unnamed Footage Festival is returning to theaters of San Francisco for four days of found footage horror, faux documentary, and first person POV programming from March 17th through March 20th. Opening night will be held at the screening room of the Mission District gallery Artist’s Television Access, followed by a late night screening at the Roxie Theatre on Friday, and culminating at the historic Balboa Theater for two full days of shorts and features.

Following the success of last year’s virtual event, UFF has brought on Dread Central as the official media sponsor for the 2022 festival. Dread Central has shown an incredible enthusiasm for the found footage horror genre, making their team the perfect partner for exclusive coverage of the fest.

The 5th edition of UFF will kick off on Thursday night with our annual Recalibration Party at the Artist’s Television Access. The party will begin with a screening of Ben Ben 7: Haunted Highway, followed by a Found Footage Horror Power Horror – 60 nonstop clips of strange and scary moments from our favorite movies – with free beer provided by our beverage sponsor, Lime Ventures Distribution.

Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon

As found footage continues gaining popularity and evolving into a broader genre, the UFF line-up has been diversified to highlight ARG (Alternate Reality Game) content, screenlife, and hybrid found footage. To commemorate this expansion, the Unnamed Footage Festival will be co-presenting Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon as a pre-festival Terror Tuesday screening at the Alamo Drafthouse New Mission. The much loved cult classic is one of the most notable examples of hybrid found footage horror, with the footage of a documentary crew interviewing a movie monster bleeding into the monster’s real movie.

While the scope of the festival has grown, the Unnamed Footage Festival promises to keep delivering what brought audiences to the event in past years: a chance to watch obscure, bizarre, and ambitious “in-world camera” movies on the big screen. In addition to Behind the Mask, this year’s repertory screenings also include a lost Italian plague movie titled The Gerber Syndrome (2011), the 2017 intimate base-jumping thriller Base, and screenlife pioneer The Collingswood Story (2002), with the cast and crew in attendance.


PUTREFIXION a video of Nina Temich

And the main slate titles will certainly not be overshadowed, including up-and-coming and established talent experimenting in this wild genre. Our 2022 selections will include the world premiere of Jacob Aaron Estes’ (Mean Creek) experimental pandemic haunted house movie You Belong To Me, a music video shoot gone wrong in an endless desert in The Outwaters, a young man’s document of his own abductions on a head mounted camera titled The Alien Report, the world premiere of the first feature film shot entirely on 360-degree cameras, PUTREFIXION a video of Nina Temich, and the meta sequel to UFF2’s late night serial killer stand-up comedy smash Murder Box, My Inner Demon: A Geraldson Tale.

Short film selections include Kane Pixels’ viral creepypasta short Backrooms, the faux doc that launched an ARG about a lost N64 game, What Happened To Crow 64?, UFF alumni Thomas Burke’s screenlife oddity SHC Freak Accident, the stop motion animation feed of a night vision camera in the woods Posted No Hunting, and the world premiere of the new short film by Adrian Tofei (Be My Cat: A Film For Anne) titled Lost Footage.

In 2021, the Unnamed Footage Festival moved into the online space, breaking the mold with their 24-hour long hosted livecast of shorts and features accompanied by an ARG. Returning to theaters, the team still promises plenty of bizarre occurrences for badgeholders throughout the 4-day festival. Saturday and Sunday will include a marketplace of vendors and local artists in the lobby of the Balboa Theater. Be sure to visit with them and ask about any strange symbols you may have seen.

The Outwaters

The sense of community that developed during the #UFF24HR livestream was undeniable and has inspired the organizers to continue a virtual component going forward. For those who cannot attend the in-person event and any attendees who want more, an online festival is set for April featuring a different program of films. Details will be announced soon.

Badges are now on sale for entry to all festival events except the Terror Tuesday screening at Alamo Drafthouse New Mission. Day passes are available for 3/19 and 3/20. Individual tickets for all showings will be available at the box office of each theater. More than half of this year’s screenings will have talent in attendance for Q&As and discussion. Visit the website for UFF5’s full schedule and more details.


Tickets: https://filmfreeway.com/UnnamedFootageFestival/tickets




MAIN SLATE

YOU BELONG TO ME (2022, USA, dir. Jacob Aaron Estes)

WORLD PREMIERE - Filmmaker Jacob Aaron Estes (Mean Creek, Rings, Don't Let Go) transforms a pandemic quarantine into the groundwork for a household horror story. As brother and sister document their day to day life in isolation, the lines blur between a fun family project and a deeply disturbing work of avant garde horror. Strategically breaking the format of in-world camera, You Belong To Me utilizes found footage horror storytelling to amplify the fears of parents separated from their children and children trapped in their own house forced to fend for themselves


PUTREFIXION a video of Nina Temich (2022, Mexico, dir. David Torres)

WORLD PREMIERE - After purchasing a 360 camera, Nina starts recording her daily life as a way of developing her skills as a director in hopes of getting accepted into film school. But while dancing and doing drugs, strange things begin to happen. PUTREFIXION utilizes the disorienting nature of a 360 lens to transform Mexico city, accentuate the ritual of dance, and open a new chapter of in-world camera narratives. As Nina, model and dancer Dalia Xiuhcoatl commands the space and movement of the camera, giving this portrait of a young woman's brush with the supernatural a mesmerizing feminine energy.


THE ALIEN REPORT (2021, USA, dir. Patrick Donnelly)

WEST COAST PREMIERE - An alien abductee figures out a clever way to secretly record his own alien encounters revealing telepathic aliens, human hybrids and the elusive “men-in-black”. Shot guerrilla style on the streets of Chicago with a small yet very dedicated crew, The Alien Report takes the raw energy of a found footage horror movie and combines it with a script influenced by testimonies from the UFO abductee community and the most wild alien special effects you’ve seen since Fire In The Sky. – Screening followed by Q&A


BOLT DRIVER W/ CRAIG FIXADA AMERICA (2021, USA, dir. Van Alpert & Nick Corirossi / 2019, USA, dir. Scott Gairdner)

An unofficial remake of TAXI DRIVER modernized for the social media era, BOLT DRIVER navigates Trumpism and incel culture through a collection of animal face Snapchat filters. Paired with CRAIG FIXADA AMERICA, an episode of a political satire show that never existed, in which international superstar and former Clip Cup host Craig Healy (Nick Corirossi) raises awareness about voting.


CURSE OF AURORE (2021, Canada, dir. Mehran C. Torgoley)

US THEATRICAL PREMIERE - While researching the historic murder of Aurore Gagnon for a script inspired by her story, three filmmakers cross a line. By the time they realize they've tampered with something they shouldn't have, their footage is already on its way to being sold in a mystery box on the dark web. – Screening followed by Q&A


DEADWARE (2021, USA, dir. Isaac Rodriguez)

THEATRICAL PREMIERE - Set in 1999, Deadware explores the early internet through masterful use of the screenlife format, following two friends who decide to play a questionable online point-and-click adventure game to test out their webcams and brand new DSL connection. – Screening followed by Q&A


MALIBU HORROR STORY (2021, USA, dir. Scott Slone)

A team of paranormal investigators search a sacred Native American cave for clues in the unsolved disappearance of four local teens. While celebrating the completion of their project in the cave and reviewing the documentary edited from the teens footage they discovered, the team begins to notice anomalies they missed on earlier watches, and begin to fear for their lives. A hybrid found footage / horror film narrative, Malibu Horror Story is the bombastic crowd-pleaser of UFF5 that will have the audience shrieking and leaping out of their seats in terror. – Screening followed by Q&A


MASKING THRESHOLD (2021, Austria, dir. Johannes Grenzfurthner)

An oddity of hybrid mockumentary, Masking Threshold tracks the descent-into-madness of an isolated would-be scientist, who sets out to understand a peculiar form of tinnitus he’s developed. Ostensibly a found vlog composed entirely of macro and extreme closeup footage, Masking Threshold is a deeply unsettling film with stomach churning sequences of violence, depravity, and grossness.


MY INNER DEMON: A GERALDSON TALE (2022, USA, dir. Gerald Varga)

This meta sequel to UFF2 selection Murder Box follows director Gerald Varga as he navigates his depression after the underwhelming reception of his first film. My Inner Demon is a crash course on found footage horror filmmaking by two old friends who are slowly driving each other insane. – Screening followed by Q&A


THE OUTWATERS (2022, USA, dir. Robbie Banfitch)

THEATRICAL PREMIERE - Four travelers encounter a menacing phenomena while shooting a music video in a remote stretch of the Mojave Desert. Filled with indescribable creatures squirming their way out of darkness, THE OUTWATERS is a dizzying slow burn of other-wordly terror caked in dried blood. – Screening followed by Q&A


WESENS (2020, South Africa, dir. Derick Muller)

Two days after an unidentified object landed on a farm in South Africa in December of 1967, four government agents, equipped with a Super 8 and 16mm camera, drove out to investigate it. What the agents treat as a concrete anomaly to be examined through Geiger counters, cameras, and beakers evolves into an all-encompassing, existential conundrum.


THE ZAND ORDER (2021, USA, dir. Sarah Goras Peterson)

A grieving mother hires a filmmaker and a tracker to help document her search in the Florida jungle, as she hunts a cult she believes murdered her daughter. Imagine The Blair Witch Project except it's an all female expedition and they hate each other… and it sure doesn’t help that each night they spend in their single tent something visits them to set up strange puzzles for them to solve. The Zand Order is a perfect example of the passionate, no budget / no rules filmmaking that can only happen in found footage horror.


REPERTORY SCREENINGS

BEHIND THE MASK: THE RISE OF LESLIE VERNON (2006, USA, dir. Scott Glosserman)

The next great psycho horror slasher has given a documentary crew exclusive access to his life as he plans his reign of terror over the sleepy town of Glen Echo. A ground-breaking hybrid of mockumentary and traditional slasher movie, Behind the Mask has grown a well-deserved cult following of fans of horror comedy and slashers in the years since its release.


THE COLLINGSWOOD STORY (2002, USA, dir. Mike Constanza)

Shown through turn-of-the-millennium desktops, The Collingswood Story is a pioneering digital horror film. Josh and Rebecca begin using webcams as a way to maintain a newly distanced relationship when a curious encounter with an internet psychic complicates their lives and uncovers dark secrets about Rebecca’s new home. Before Skype and MySpace existed, filmmaker Mike Constanza’s revolutionary, essential film embodies a phase of internet culture midway between the ‘90s acceptance that, “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog” and the unblinking, totalizing digital platforms of the present. – Screening followed by Q&A


FTW (2010, USA, dir. Jorge Torres-Torres)

When Shep suddenly dies, Kristopher and Ryan become less attached to reality. As they wander the southern landscape of Louisiana they slowly descend into a state devoid of hope and order. Jorge Torres-Torres (Fat Tuesday, Sisters of the Plague, Toad Road) combines the heart of Errol Morris with the satire of Harmony Korine in this adolescent romp through above ground cemeteries. Join us for this rare screening as we explore themes of life, death, and (faux) reality. – Screening followed by Q&A


THE GERBER SYNDROME: il contagio (2011, Italy, dir. Maxì Dejoie)

A virus ravages Europe. Phase I brings flu-like symptoms. Phase II attacks the central nervous system. Phase III: withdrawal, irrationality, extremely violent behavior. There is no cure. Filmed like a documentary, The Gerber Syndrome captures one nation's desperate, under-resourced efforts to fight a disease it can barely understand, much less contain. Though made eleven years ago it offers images and moments that could have been lifted directly from our media in today's age of COVID. – Screening followed by Q&A


BASE (2017, USA, dir. Richard Parry)

Part love-triangle drama, part extreme sports vlog with a hint of horror, ex-war photographer turned filmmaker Richard Parry transports us into our own squirrel suit and launches us into the sky. BASE is a faux documentary about base jumping shot in actual dangerous situations.


BAD BEN 7: HAUNTED HIGHWAY (2019, USA, dir. Nigel Bach)

Tom Riley tries to take a break from the Paranormal and starts a job as a ride-share driver for DropUoff. The strange passengers and encounters he has on Halloween 2019 are all captured on surveillance cameras, dash cams, and his personal body cam. He encounters a blood thirsty passenger, a young woman transporting something odd in a bag, a not so friendly scarecrow, and a witch.


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Friday, September 24, 2021

FRIED BARRY Wants Your Fan Art!

 

Did FRIED BARRY blow your mind? Did it awaken your artist within or inspire you to create something as insane as it is? Good! Because you can enter it in their fan art competition and win a bunch of movie merch! 

There are just three steps: 

1. Create your FRIED BARRY inspired artwork
2. Post on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook using #FRIEDBARRY
3. Be entered into the draw to win a ton of FRIED BARRY merch

The winner will be announced on 10 OCTOBER by none other than FRIED BARRY himself, Gary Green.


You can submit more than one piece, new and already existing pieces are welcome! Just post/repost them using #FRIEDBARRY.

If you haven't seen FRIED BARRY yet, you still have time. It's available on Shudder and  several other VOD platforms. And if you're looking for inspiration, check out the Overlook Hour episode with director Ryan Kruger: 


And be sure to use #FRIEDBARRY when you post your piece!




Thursday, September 2, 2021

Bluray Tuesday Goes to Vegas!

 

We have an announcement to make: Bluray Tuesday has a new home! No, it's not Vegas, that heat is not something that fog lovers like the Overlook family can just jump into 😅 No, our big move is to YouTube

This particular episode was filmed on a phone in a hotel room, which isn't usually the case, and Terrell mentioned a couple of things I wanted to share the links to!

The Saw Escape Room

This is a terrifying six room escape experience that had me too frozen to touch anything! Each room is filled with amazing detail and disgusting effects, it felt like we were walking through a haunt but had a bit more time to take in the settings.

Tickets are available directly through their site at SawEscapeRoom.com but if you get them through Groupon, you will also get a commemorative Saw coin if you make it out.

And heads up, the creators of this escape room are also the ones putting on Escape Blair Witch, which we're seriously talking about going back for! Unfortunately, it was starting up the day after we were leaving Vegas. 

Tickets for this are also on Groupon and directly through their site. And from what we heard, it's going to be even scarier!

Sunday, July 25, 2021

Bluray Tuesday Featuring: A Quiet Place Part II, The Dead Zone & Every Breath You Take

 July 27th 2021


 Bluray Tuesday returns once again! First up this week is A Quiet Place Part II. This was originally supposed to be hitting theaters in May of 2020 or so but due to Covid19 it was pushed back a few times. It became one of the first big films to release once theaters were finally opened. Overall a great sequel that rivals its predecessor and a must-buy for me this week. Best Buy will carry an exclusive steelbook packaging for this as well. Next up this week from Scream Factory is The Dead Zone as part of their collector's edition series with a new scan and bonus material. Rounding out the week is thriller Every Breath You Take, American Gods season 3, and Megan Fox and Bruce Willis cop thriller Midnight in The Switchgrass. So what will you, buy, rent or skip this week? Let us know in the comments. Until next week!

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A Quiet Place Part II 4K (Blu-ray) 

A Quiet Place Part II: Amazon - $27.99

Following the events at home, the Abbott family now face the terrors of the outside world. Forced to venture into the unknown, they realize that the creatures that hunt by sound are not the only threats that lurk beyond the sand path.

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The Dead Zone (Blu-ray) 

The Dead Zone: Amazon - $24.99

The chilling story of a man who emerges from a five-year coma possessed with the extraordinary power to see visions of the past, present and most frighteningly, the future ....

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Every Breath You Take (Blu-ray) 

Every Breath You Take: Amazon - $14.99

A psychiatrist, whose client commits suicide, finds his family life disrupted after introducing her surviving brother to his wife and daughter.

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American Gods: Season Three (Blu-ray) 

American Gods (Season 3): Amazon - $22.99

Ex-convict Shadow Moon roams a world he doesn't understand, left adrift by the recent, tragic death of his wife. Little does he know his life is about to change after he meets a crafty, charismatic con man named Mr. Wednesday, who offers Shadow a job as his bodyguard. As their journey begins, Shadow encounters a hidden America where magic is real and fear grows over the ascending power of New Gods like Technology and Media. In a grand plan to combat the threat, Mr. Wednesday attempts to unite the Old Gods to defend their existence and rebuild the influence that they've lost, leaving Shadow struggling to accept this new world and his place in it.

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Midnight in the Switchgrass (Blu-ray) 

Midnight In The Switchgrass: Amazon - $14.99

 An FBI agent and a Florida State officer team up to investigate a string of unsolved murder cases.

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The Herculoids: The Complete Original Series (Blu-ray) 

The Herculoids: Amazon - $24.99

In this widely syndicated cartoon, King Zandor and a group of bizarre creatures protect their futuristic kingdom from creatures from other galaxies.

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- The Impostor

Sunday, July 18, 2021

Bluray Tuesday Featuring: Spiral, Jakob's Wife & The Wraith

 

July 20th 2021


 Bluray Tuesday creeps up on us once more. First up is the 9th film in the Saw movie film series, Spiral. This one took a slightly different approach to the series and I really enjoyed it and look forward to where the series goes from here. Next up this week is the 20th entry in the Vestron Video collector's series, The Wraith. I've heard god things about this one and look forward to checking this one out. Also hitting shelves today is Barbara Crampton vampire thriller Jakob's Wife, which I also really enjoyed, teen slasher Initiation, and The tenth season of The Walking Dead. So what will you buy, rent or just skip this week? Let us know in the comments. Until next week!

Spiral: From the Book of Saw 4K (Blu-ray) 

Spiral: From The Book of Saw: Amazon - $24.99

Working in the shadow of an esteemed police veteran, brash Detective Ezekiel “Zeke” Banks and his rookie partner take charge of a grisly investigation into murders that are eerily reminiscent of the city’s gruesome past. Unwittingly entrapped in a deepening mystery, Zeke finds himself at the center of the killer’s morbid game.
 

Jakob's Wife (Blu-ray) 

Jakob's Wife: Amazon - $12.99

Anne, married to a small-town Minister, feels her life has been shrinking over the past 30 years. Encountering "The Master" brings her a new sense of power and an appetite to live bolder. However, the change comes with a heavy body count.
 

The Wraith (Blu-ray) 

The Wraith: Amazon - $12.99

Jamie, killed by neighborhood thugs, returns as a mystical figure named Jake (The Wraith) to gain revenge.
 

Initiation (Blu-ray) 

Initiation: Amazon - $14.99

Whiton University unravels the night a star-athlete is murdered, kicking off a spree of social media slayings that force students to uncover the truth behind the school's hidden secrets and the horrifying meaning of an exclamation point.
 

Held (Blu-ray) 

Held: Amazon - $12.99

A couple's ailing marriage is put to the test when they are held hostage in an isolated vacation rental by an unseen Voice that commands their every move.
 

Born for Hell (Blu-ray) 

Born For Hell: Amazon - $25.99

Loosely based on the notorious Richard Speck murders, this is the grim tale of a disturbed Vietnam vet returning home via Belfast, who invades a house shared by eight nurses and proceeds to terrorize and murder them.
 

Die in a Gunfight (Blu-ray) 

Die In a Gunfight: Amazon - $14.99

In New York City, a young guy falls for the daughter of his father's nemesis.
 

The Walking Dead: The Complete Tenth Season (Blu-ray) 

The Walking Dead (Season 10): Amazon - $39.99

The Walking Dead tells the story of the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse and follows a small group of survivors traveling across the United States in search of a new home away from the hordes of zombies. The group is led by Rick Grimes, who was a police officer in the old world. As their situation grows more and more grim, the group's desperation to survive pushes them to do almost anything to stay alive.
 

Skinned Deep (Blu-ray) 

Skinned Deep: Amazon - $34.99

A family vacation is turned into a nightmare when they are abducted by a family of deranged killers in this "Texas Chainsaw" style comedy sci-fi horror thriller romantic drama.
 

Eight Legged Freaks (Blu-ray) 

Eight Legged Freaks: Amazon - $24.99

A variety of horrible poisonous spiders get exposed to a noxious chemical that causes them to grow to monumental proportions.
 

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra 4K (Blu-ray)
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G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (4K): Amazon - $19.99

From the Egyptian desert to deep below the polar ice caps, the elite G.I. JOE team uses
the  latest in next-generation spy and military equipment to fight the corrupt arms dealer Destro
and the growing threat of the mysterious Cobra organization to prevent them from  plunging the world into chaos.

G.I. Joe: Retaliation 4K (Blu-ray) 

G.I. Joe: Retaliation (4K): Amazon - $19.99

Team G.I. Joe is not only fighting for their lives they are fighting for their very existence. Framed for crimes against the country, they are forced to disband by Presidential order. The surviving team members face off against Zartan, Cobra, and the world leaders he has under his influence!
 

 


 - The Impostor

Monday, July 12, 2021

Bluray Tuesday Featuring: House of Wax, Mortal Kombat 2021 & The Night

 July 13th 2021


 Bluray Tuesday returns. First up this week is the long awaited reboot of Mortal Kombat. I loved the 90's ones as a kid and still do to this day for nostalgic reasons. This reboot definitely adds the gore and blood missing from the 90's films that makes the video games fun. While I enjoyed it, I'm hoping an actual tournament to take place in its green lit sequel. Next up this week is House of Wax with new bonus material and transfer from Scream Factory. Rounding out the week is The Night also from Scream Factory, Wrath of Man and The New Sponge Bob film, Sponge on The Run
So what will you buy, rent or skip this week? Let us know in the comments and social media. Until next week!

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House of Wax (Blu-ray) 

House of Wax: Amazon - $27.99

House of Wax tells the story of a group of friends who fall prey to a sinister plot while passing
through a small town on their way to a college football game.

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Mortal Kombat 4K (Blu-ray) 

Mortal Kombat (2021): Amazon - $27.99

MMA fighter Cole Young seeks out Earth's greatest champions in order to stand against the enemies of Outworld in a high stakes battle for the universe.

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The Night (Blu-ray) 

The Night: Amazon - $17.99

A couple become trapped inside a hotel with their demons -- real and imagined -- until they can confront the secrets of their marriage.

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Wrath of Man (Blu-ray) 

Wrath of Man: Amazon - $19.99

The plot follows H, a cold and mysterious character working at a cash truck company responsible for moving hundreds of millions of dollars around Los Angeles each week.

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Almost Famous (Blu-ray) 

Almost Famous: Amazon - $22.99

In the 1970s, a high school boy is given an opportunity to follow and write a story about the hot new rock band Stillwater as they tour the USA.
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The Pianist (Blu-ray) 

The Pianist: Amazon - $17.99

The true story of a Polish Jewish musician, who struggles to survive the destruction of the Warsaw ghetto of World War II.

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The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run (Blu-ray) 

Spongebob Movie: Sponge on The Run: Amazon - $17.99

After SpongeBob's beloved pet snail Gary is snail-napped, he and Patrick embark on an epic adventure to the Lost City of Atlantic City to bring Gary home.

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- The Impostor