Movies are rated on the following scale, in descending order of desirability: Full Price, Matinee, Rental, Cable or Never.The Devil Inside [trailer]The demonic possession subgenre of horror gets the found-footage/fake documentary treatment, because we needed someone to rip off The Exorcist and The Blair Witch Project simultaneously.Release date: Jan. 6Geekend rating: CableThe Divide [trailer]Nine survivors of a nuclear attack hide out in a bomb shelter beneath a New York tenement, and slowly go all Lifeboat + Lord of the Flies crazy. Terminator’s Michael Biehn headlines the creepy, depressing cast.Release date: Jan. 13Geekend rating: RentalRichard Garriott: Man on a Mission [trailer]Documentary about video game pioneer Richard “Lord British” Garriott using the fortune he earned from inventing Ultima (and, by extension, MMOs) to buy a spot on a Russian spaceflight.Release date: Jan. 13Geekend rating: RentalUnderworld: Awakening [trailer]The “any excuse to put Kate Beckinsale in leather pants” vampires vs. werewolves action series coughs up another eye-candy sequel. This time both monster clans team up to kill humanity.Release date: Jan. 20Geekend rating: CableThe Wicker Tree [trailer]Quasi-sequel to the original 1973 Wicker Man film about murderous Scottish pagans, rather than the abominable, bee-infested 2006 Nicholas Cage remake. Looks trippy, and includes Christopher Lee, which ain’t… Read full this story
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