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Attack of the New Trailers

This is just a little heads up-a few trailers for upcoming films have found their way to the web. Below is a list of the new trailers, along with some linkage so you can click, sit back, and enjoy the Windows Media/Quicktime magic…

…okay, I lied. None of this is "magic", with the exception of Rottweiler and maybe Creep and The Nun (notice, the only exceptions are the independent films). Everything else listed here looks, and this is purely from viewing the trailers, like feces. I felt the need to include this, however, to illustrate the point made in the beginning of this column. Yeah, go ahead…watch it. See what I mean?

Cursed
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Meet Yuzna's "Rottweiler"

Lions Gate Films, the God of horror movie distributors, will be releasing the newest film directed by Brian Yuzna (director of cult classics such as Bride of Re-Animator, Return of the Living Dead III, The Dentist, and Beyond Re-Animator). The film is titled Rottweiler and according to imdb.com, this is what it's about:

{Rottweiler} follows the story of a dog who was beaten severely at a young age and has surgery, in which it's bones are replaced with metallic bones. Later, this half robotic dog comes back for a gruesome revenge…

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