Set during the final days of WWI (and not to be confused with Overlord, which is set during WWII and comes out later this year), Trench 11 follows a small group of soldiers on a secret reconnaissance mission involving a deep underground Nazi bunker.
There are a couple new genre flicks coming out of South Korea soon that fans may want to keep an eye on, especially after the success and popularity from the last high profile zombie flick to come outta the country: TRAIN TO BUSAN (which recently announced a sequel is in the works). Coincidentally both movies take place in period Korea, which is a nice change since films normally set in the Korean past tend to mainly focus on drama or action, but I digress.
If you visit Netflix US right now you'll likely find the acclaimed indie movie Prodigy in your feed, as it recently hit Netflix streaming after reportedly outperforming on Amazon. The film comes highly recommended from UHM staffer Meredith Brown, who gave the film an incredible 9/10 rating in her review.
Check below for the first clip from the upcoming remake of Suspiria, which hits theaters nationwide on November 2nd. The movie comes to us from director Luca Guadagnino (Call Me By Your Name) and stars Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton, Mia Goth and Chloë Grace Moretz.
Every now and then, there is a film that catches the attention of the horror community due to its content, hype and controversy surrounding its release. For the past few months, that has become Unearthed Films’, The Song of Solomon.
I thought I'd give an update on what's going on with the site since all the changes. It's been almost a month since the site received this new mobile friendly design, and while some aspects of the site still need to be worked on, things are going pretty smooth and steady. I've integrated a lot of the things I wanted to integrate, like a new movie voting system and I've given certain movie pages a makeover that shows you pictures of the cast and a timer that counts down to the film's release, among other changes.
It was only a matter of time before we got a Puppet Master remake, so this film comes as no surprise at all to me. In fact, the biggest surprise is how good the movie actually is, especially compared to the terrible CG-infested modern sequels that Charles Band still churns out.