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'Piranha 3DD' posters and tentative release date revealed

It’s been almost two years since Piranha 3D (a remake of the 1978 B-movie, Piranha) was released in theaters, and the wait for the sequel is nothing if not excruciating. P3D truly had something for everyone: a classic love story, a comically coked up character, buckets of blood, adult actresses, and some crazy prehistoric monster fish shooting out of the screen thanks to the magic of 3D. Still, the question remains: when will the Piranha 3DD (hehe) be released in US theaters?

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'The Woman in Black' review - Harry Potter and the haunted mansion


Daniel Radcliffe would not be happy if he read the headline for this article. The last Harry Potter movie debuted less than a year ago and he’s been working steadily ever since, trying hard to let us know he is more than just Harry Potter. He hasn’t succeeded yet. Though I enjoyed The Woman in Black, I kept wishing for a little wizard action. Where are Hermoine and Ron when you need them? 

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'The Cabin in the Woods' trailer - Woodland horror gone sci-fi, courtesy of Joss Whedon

Just when I thought that I had seen every horror movie plot out there, and especially during a time when Hollywood seems to be caught up in what I lovingly refer to as The Era of Remakes, something comes out that actually surprises me. The Cabin in the Woods actually looks pretty good.

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New trailer says "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark," but its actions speak otherwise (video)

Guillermo del Toro may have left The Hobbit, but he's already gracing us with his presence. And he couldn't come soon enough. There hasn't been a good horror film since Paranormal Activity. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark is a remake of a 1973 made-for-TV movie that aired on ABC. It's about a girl (the lovely Bailee Madison) who discovers creatures living in the house her and her father (Guy Pearce) (Katie Holmes) just moved into. Katie Holmes plays Dad's girlfriend. At first she thinks the creatures are nice, but learns that they aren't what they seem. Small strange creatures never are; it's the small hands--dead giveaway.

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