June 26, 2013

The Digital Dread Report for June 25th

This is definitely a week that our wallets are grateful for, as it's really light on movies that we really need to see.

Aside from a few of the Blu-ray Steelbooks that make up our Pick of the Week, there's nothing we feel compelled to run out and buy this week.

Hansel & Gretel Get Baked and Upside Down were decent flicks and worth a rental, same goes for Crawlspace. The Call and Phantom are two flicks that we want to see, so we'll give them a rent. Dead Souls was alright, and mostly worth a rental.

The Rambler, we're wary about; we were not fans at all of director Calvin Reeder's The Oregonian (awful, awful flick), and The Rambler looks like it could follow suit and be not very good. I'm in no hurry to see it at all, but I can hardly condemn it on expectation alone. Maybe it will be decent. We'll wait to hear what people say before shelling out for this one.

The rest of this week's Rents all have decent to good-looking trailers, so you never know...

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Finally, we have a new flick by The Asylum (Battledogs) and two new flicks from SYFY (Heebie Jeebies and Killer Mountain), all of which are not up our alley's whatsoever.

The bad movie lovers amongst us should be pleased with these three releases, but good God, I just can't do the "bad on purpose" thing anymore.

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