There's a few classics coming out on Tuesday, including a personal favorite, "Evil Aliens".
No question, Jake West's "Evil Aliens" is the best horror movie that I've seen all year and I don't think I could say enough good things about it. A news crew heads up to an isolated island off the coast of Wales, where there's been reports of alien abuctions, and once they get there, all hell breaks loose. To quote the film's tagline, it's "a bloody close encounter". Trust me, pick it up.
"1408" is the big new release of the week, it's based on a short Stephen King story of the same name. John Cusak stars as the writer, Mike Enslin, who checks into room 1408 in the New York City hotel, which is haunted. It's a PG-13 Horror, so... what can I say? There's no nudity or gore, but there is some "disturbing sequences of violence and terror" and it was the highest grossing horror movie of 2007, so far.
"Species: The Awakening" (Species 4) also comes out tomorrow and it's surprisingly... not that bad. It's not the original Species, but, seriously, what is?
The really cheesy, although funny, title aside, "Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane" is worth seeing. However, I thought it was called "Plane Dead", originally. Maybe that was the original name. In any case, I like the title, "Flight of the Living Dead" better. A mad scientist is transporting a coffin with a corpse that's carrying a modified virus... you can imagine where it goes from there.
New on DVD - October 2, 2007