“The Devil Inside” DVD artwork

…leaves something to be desired, to say the least.

Although it won’t be hitting store shelves on DVD and Blu-ray until May 15th, the artwork is centered around an image that was present in the movie for approximately 0.5 seconds. Merely a brief glimpse.

It’s a creepy image, I’ll give you that one. But does it say anything about the movie? Not particularly.

I suppose it’s somewhat appropriate, since the film left something to be desired as well.

What do you think?

(Image courtesy of amazon.com)


“The Shining” sequel?

It’s finally in the works after… 31 years? 

At the end of September, Stephen King read an excerpt from “Doctor Sleep” at an

event at George Mason University, and word on the street is that the book is close to finished. This follow-up tale tells the story of little Danny from “The Shining,” and the special powers he has as a grown up.

“The Shining” was written by Stephen King in 1977 and adapted into the ultra-scary film starring Jack Nicholson in 1980.

Two horror trailers for the price of one

After months of waiting, the “Apollo 18” trailer is finally here!

At first glance, I was a little bored (and upset that I was bored), but the clip gets more exciting toward the end.

Pretty much nothing was known about this film until the trailer was released today. It still doesn’t reveal much, but according to ShockTillYouDrop.com, “The film, which will shoot in a “found footage” documentary style, will pretend to unearth lost footage from Apollo 18’s undocumented and covert mission to the moon, revealing disturbing new footage of other life forms.”

“Apollo 18” hits theaters on April 22.

“Insidious” looks even better. The film comes from the makers of “Paranormal Activity” and “Saw,” so I have no doubt that it’s going to be awesome. Plus, the poster (above) looks insane.

Check out the trailer for yourself:

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“Insidious” comes out April 1. It looks like it’s going to be a good month for movies!

Battle of the “Scream 4” posters

Personally, I’m diggin’ the second version of Wes Craven’s “Scream 4” poster below:

I love you, Wes, but the Scream franchise probably should have ended a while ago. Nevertheless, I must admit I’m excited to see this one because part of it was filmed in my hometown. Check out the new trailer for “Scream 4,” out April 15.