New Horror on DVD Jan 15th


Tomorrow is not going to be a huge day for horror on dvd but there is a mix of everything. There is Red Eye the Korean version Ghost Son and The Attic and last but not least MONSTER. Red Eye needs no explanation its a film I am sure you all know bout. I have never heard of Ghost Son and cant say much about it, The Attic rings a bell but that is all. If you have seen any of these films feel free to submit a review. Last we have MONSTER which is the indie film that is very similar to Cloverfield. I actually thought the trailer looked good but if you read the review submitted perhaps I am wrong in my thinking. Anyrate, details are below!

Red Eye (Korean)
On DVD January 15, 2008
Rating: 7.3 / 10 (7 votes cast)
In 1988, a train travelling from Seoul to Yeosu was involved in a myesterious accident that killed about 100 people. The cause of the accident was never discovered. Now, 16 years later, the train is making its final run. Not long after the trip begins, the passengers start to... No Review, Feel free to Write One

The Attic (2006)
On DVD January 15, 2008
Rating: 8.2 / 10 (10 votes cast)
Emma (Elisabeth Moss) has a strong aversion towards her family's new house, especially the attic. After moving in, she becomes miserable and reclusive. The rest of the family also seems unhappy and unsettled. Emma's only friend is her younger brother, Frankie (Tom Malloy), who is... No Review, Feel free to Write One

Ghost Son
On DVD January 15, 2008
Rating: 5.3 / 10 (7 votes cast)
A paranormal thriller that keeps you breathless from the beginning to the end. A love story that happens once in a lifetime and that lasts forever. She is Stacey, he is Mark. On his farm, they are out of time and out of space. In those never-ending plains made of dawns and sunset... No Review, Feel free to Write One

Monster (2008)
On DVD January 15, 2008
Rating: 0.0 / 10 (0 votes cast)
After a massive earthquake in Tokyo, two American filmmakers document the true cause of the destruction. ( 1 Review's )
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