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Blue

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Blue
According to media reports, Blue cost between Rs 80-100 crore and is the most expensive Hindi film ever made. The crew includes two Oscar winners--composer AR Rahman and sound designer Resul Pookutty; pop star Kylie Minogue; Pete Zucarini, the underwater director of photography from Pirates of the Caribbean; and a host of stars including Akshay Kumar, Sanjay Dutt, Zayed Khan and Lara Dutta.

Blue

The Worst Horror Movie Ever Made

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The Worst Horror Movie Ever Made
A group of friends get together for a card game, but within 5 minutes most of them die horribly, leaving the hosts to run for their lives (and from the law). Along the way, they encounter every conceivable horror movie monstervillain, but with a new twist.

The Worst Horror Movie Ever Made

Hood of Horror

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Hood of Horror
The animated introduction revolves around how Devon (voiced by Snoop Dogg) becomes a Hound Of Hell, in which he agreed to sell his soul to a demon named Liore (voiced by Hawthorne James) to bring back his dead sister (whom he may have accidentally killed). Liore grants him knowledge, strength, and the power to decide who goes to heaven or hell for an unspecified period of time. The animation is switched out showing Devon as a real person, as he narrates the stories.

Hood of Horror

Masters of Horror: Jenifer

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Masters of Horror: Jenifer
While parked in a remote spot lunching Chinese food with his partner, Detective Frank Spivey saves a disfigured woman called Jenifer from being sliced with a meat cleaver by a deranged homeless man. He feels sorry for the retarded Jenifer, and takes her from an insane asylum and brings her home. Frank becomes obsessed for Jenifer, feeling lust and attraction for her lascivious body. When he realizes that she is a human beast, he moves with her to an isolated old cabin in the woods, with tragic consequences.

Masters of Horror: Jenifer

Doc Hollywood

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Doc Hollywood
Benjamin Stone is a young doctor driving to L.A where he was offered a new job as a plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills. He gets off the highway to avoid a traffic jam, but gets lost and ends up crashing into a fence in the small town of Grady. He is sentenced to 32 hrs of community service at the local hospital. All he wants is to serve the sentence and get moving, but gradually the locals become attached to the new doctor, and he falls for the pretty ambulance driver, Lou. Will he leave?

Doc Hollywood

Horror Of The Zombies

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Horror Of The Zombies
When a publicity stunt of two models on a boat goes horribly wrong and the two get lost in a fog. They end up on a creaky floating tomb of the blind dead. Thats right, these sea going Templars make short work of the Supermodels and move along. The head of the modeling agency and a group of employees start looking for the babes and too meet the Templars Pirates. But can they escape the fate of the models or will they too succumb to the monsters of the deep?

Horror Of The Zombies

I Sell the Dead

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I Sell the Dead
In the vast pantheon of Hollywood movie titles, I Sell the Dead ain't bad. It's a strange, off-beat title that at first seems a bit unwieldy before eventually piquing your interest. How exactly does one sell the dead? And to whom do you sell them? Any film with "dead" in the title has got to be a horror film, right? Yet I Sell the Dead is just so downright odd that might it be, one supposes, a horror-comedy? Are the dead actually dead? Are they un-dead? Does selling the dead pay well, or do you have to take a side job? If the dead you've sold turn out to be un-dead, do you give refunds?

I Sell the Dead

Churchill: The Hollywood Years

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Churchill: The Hollywood Years
This is a comedy involving a group of the American filmmakers who decided to make a movie about Winston Churchilles life but missed with the casting. They find out that an actor to play the key role is a robust, unattractive cigar smoker they draw in an American G.I. as he seemed to be a better-looking actor to play the part of Churchill. A new interpretation the makers developed depicts a handsome Churchill falling in love with Princess Elizabeth, who is herself involved in the war as an undercover agent.

Churchill: The Hollywood Years

Trick 'r Treat

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Trick 'r Treat
I'm not a horror movie guy. Never have been, never will be. But in the last few years I've grown to respect certain films from the genre, whether for personal reasons or for critical reasons, but it's rare that I ever come across a horror movie that I genuinely love. Yesterday night I finally found one. I'm not sure whether it's my childhood affection for Halloween and the act of trick or treating that provoked my appreciation for this movie, but whatever the reason, by in the end I walked out a bigger fan of horror than I've ever been. Michael Dougherty's Trick 'r Treat is, in my own opinion, the absolute best horror movie I've seen in years and it's sadly being buried by Warner Brothers. Unless I convince them to change their mind.

Trick 'r Treat

Born

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Born
I have something of a personal rule about horror movies, developed over the ages of my horror movie expertise. Basically, any movie that depends heavily on pentagrams, either as part of the box art or within the movie itself, is going to be an incredible exercise in misery.

Born

Vampires Suck

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Vampires Suck
Vampires Suck is the latest in a long line of cheaply produced, minimum effort parody movies. In fact itís the fifth just directed by Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer. In recent years the Hollywood mockery machine has tackled horror movies, superhero movies, teen movies, romance movies, and theyíve even parodied vampire movies before too. But this one, itís the best of the bunch. Not because itís good, but because itís only unbelievably boring while all the others have been unbearably irritating.

Vampires Suck

Hitcher

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Hitcher
1986's The Hitcher is not representative of a classic of the 1980s horror boom, so the decision by Michael Bay and company to re-make it is merely unnecessary, not sacrilegious. 20 years later, the original stands up well; there is no need to re-imagine it for today's generation. Nevertheless, for reasons understood only in Hollywood and having to do with a "$" sign, there seems to be a movement to re-create every horror title made in the '70s and '80s. And, while it may be odd to refer to The Hitcher as possessing a "soul," that's precisely what's lost in the 2007 edition. This is a mechanical gore-fest that offers preposterous stunts in place of escalating tension and waxwork mannequins in place of marginally interesting characters.

Hitcher

I Spit on Your Grave

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I Spit on Your Grave
Guillermo del Toro noted that he doesn't know why people get all up in arms over the current reboot/remake craze in Hollywood. The studios have been doing it for decades, he said, and sometimes it results in pretty good movies too -- films that bring something new or different to the core concept of the original. Fair enough, though it does leave one wondering what del Toro would say about the new I Spit on Your Grave then.

I Spit on Your Grave

Cursed

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Cursed
Cursed is a good title for this film, which has been beset by problems from the outset. The version finally reaching theaters in February of 2005 likely bears little resemblance to what producer/writer Kevin Williamson and director Wes Craven initially envisioned. Both have distanced themselves from the project, which was radically re-edited (with a pair of dull scissors, it seems) to de-gore the R-rated cut into something suitable for PG-13 audiences. And, for a variety of reasons, Cursed has sat on the shelves of Dimension Films, gathering dust until it could be unceremoniously dumped into theaters when no one is looking.

Cursed

Devil's Den

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Devil's Den
Every once and a great while you watch a film and for some reason you know you shouldn't be liking it. It's just so cheesy, so over the top, so obvious, and just over all cheesy. But whenever I see movies like that it brings me back to my favorite time in horror history, the 80s. Films during that period were great because all they really needed to have was some boobs and some blood. They were all shot on film and had at least a half way decent plot. The good ones anyway. Devils Den is definetly one of those movies that you just grab a couple of friends, pick up a keg, sit back and enjoy.

Devil's Den