Below, we've listed 10 or so of the best Movies & TV Shows that are seeing Theatrical, Blu-ray & DVD, VOD, or TV releases this January; they're the biggest and (potentially) best of them, and at the very least, they are the ones that we're most excited to check out.
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|THE FOREST (JAN 8TH, THEATRICAL)|
Natalie Dormer lost, afraid and vulnerable in the middle of a big, creepy forest? We're there.
|THE BOY (JAN 22ND, THEATRICAL)|
Lauren Cohan all alone, terrified and vulnerable in a mansion with a doll that might just be alive? We're there.
|JERUZALEM (JAN 22ND, LIMITED & VOD)|
Interesting premise, looks great, and it stars Yael Groblgals (Rabies)... I know it's becoming repetitive, but we're there.
|JAN 5TH (BLU-RAY & DVD)|
One of our absolute favorite movies of 2015, Deathgasm is a must for anyone who loves Horror Comedies and Heavy Metal. Can't wait to have this BD in our hands.
|CHERRY TREE (JAN 8TH, LIMITED & VOD)|
Something about the trailer for this movie truly skeeved us out, and so we'll be checking it out on release day.
|MARTYRS (JAN 22ND, LIMITED THEATRICAL)|
Finally we have the U.S. remake of the modern day French that nobody wanted, Martyrs. We can't imagine that it will be anywhere near what the original was, in terms to storytelling, mood, and pure brutality, but hey, we're going to watch it anyhow.
We're suckers like that.
- We're excited to check out Takashi Miike's new effort, Over Your Dead Body.
- The Abandoned and Intruders look pretty decent.
- Howl was a decent Werewolf flick (review HERE.)
- 400 Days and Synchronicity look to be solid Sci-Fi flicks.
- And we'll finally take some time and watch The Last Witch Hunter and Crimson Peak, both of which we missed back in October when they were in theaters.