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#SDCC16: Van Helsing Cast Paints a Bloody Picture of the Vampire Apocalypse

I can’t help but love Syfy. While everyone is busy trying to make the next “Breaking Bad,” they are content with amnesiac space operas and magical demon-slaying gunslingers. There’s something endearing about their persistent commitment to quality schlock. They know… Continue Reading →

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The Strain season 2 episode 10 review: The Assassin

The Strain's glacial storytelling pace in season two isn't doing much to keep our reviewer enthralled...

This review contains spoilers.

2.10 The Assassin

With a title like this, you’d think this episode would be exciting, but it manages to evade that branding by getting all the main characters to act like complete idiots.

The lesson of the previous episode was that Ephraim is totally useless with a sniper rifle. If you can’t shoot a stationary target when he’s unaware of you less than 100ft away with a precision weapon, then why would you use it?

Building on that concept, in this story we discover that the same person the same weapon, with a scope this time, positioned further away is still an abysmal shot. Perhaps next week it will be revealed that Ephraim never actually intended to shave his head, but just to trim some errant nose hair and he missed.
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Wizard World Comic Con St. Louis May 22-24 – Great Line-Up of Movie Guests

Pop culture comes to life in St. Louis next month! It’s the Wizard World Comic Con May 22nd through the 24th at America’s Center downtown (701 Convention Plaza – St. Louis, Mo 63101), and boy oh boy, do they have an amazing line-up of guests!

Sure, you got the comic artists and cosplayers, wrestlers, a St. Louis Ram, a Power Ranger, and of course the ubiquitous Walking Dead stars, but what We Are Movie Geeks is most excited about are the celebrities from movies that will be on hand: Horror legend George Romero, Sharknado legend Tara Reid, horror hostess with the mostest (if you know what I mean) Elvira, Guardians Of The Galaxy tough guy Dave Bautista, Henry the serial killer himself Michael Rooker, Do The Right Thing’s ‘Buggin Out’ Giancarlo Esposito. Lord of the Rings Trilogy’s Pippin Billy Boyd, Captain America squeeze Hayley Atwell, and Silent Bob’s buddy Jay aka Jason Mewes.
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Natalie Brown Talks The Strain, Vamp Camp, Possibility of Flashbacks in Season 2, Her Personal Vampire Apocalypse Survival Plan and More at Nycc

If you haven’t gotten to episode 10 of The Strain yet, I’d highly recommend avoiding this interview because it’s a total game changer for Natalie Brown’s character, Kelly Goodweather. I got the opportunity to talk to Brown at San Diego Comic-Con and, at the time, I’d only seen three episodes and dubbed her component the family drama portion of the show. That's still true to a point, but certainly not in the same way anymore. Again, this interview is packed with spoilers, so do not continue on unless you’ve completed the first season or at least know what goes down in episode 10, “Loved Ones” - one of the show’s most powerful installments by far. If you’re ready now, hit the jump to hear what Brown told me about seeing her character through one heck of a transformation, what was going through her head
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‘The Strain’: A Sneak Peek at the Vampire Apocalypse

[This is a review of The Strain season 1, episode 6. There will be Spoilers.]


Remember everything I complained about last week on The Strain? Episode 6, ‘Occultation,’ gets it all right. There’s a good deal of strong action and gore, but what gives this episode so much momentum are the heated, engrossing conversations paired with a powerful foreboding tone.

The idea of an occultation is just genius. The writers easily could have jumped right into the vampire takeover, but instead, they up the suspense tenfold by essentially teasing the death and devastation to come. And not only does this buildup make the idea of the plague feel fresh and like an even greater ...

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What to Buy This Week: Blu-ray and DVD releases for October 29th

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It’s Monday, so we all know what that means! Yes, it’s time for another rundown of DVDs and Blu-ray’s hitting stores online and offline this week. It’s a jam-packed week, with plenty of movies waiting to take you money, so let us breakdown the new releases and highlight what you should – and shouldn’t – be buying from today, October 29th 2012.

Pick Of The Week

The Five-Year Engagement (DVD/Blu-ray)

Judd Apatow-produced romantic comedy starring Emily Blunt and Jason Segel. Anglo-American couple Violet (Blunt) and Tom (Segel) fall in love and soon after decide to get married. But the wedding is repeatedly delayed by the various intricate and perplexing circumstances in which they find themselves, to the point where both parties – and their families – start to wonder if they are doing the right thing after all. The Five-Year Engagement Review

And the rest…

Brake (DVD/Blu-ray
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Even More Casting News for Marcus Nispel's Backmask

Some pretty good names have come in to fill out the casting ranks of Marcus Nispel's new film, Backmask, and we have all the latest on who's who and what's what. Or something like that. No really, we're good at this, we promise.

According to Bloody Disgusting, Stephen Lang (Avatar, Conan the Barbarian, "Terra Nova"), Kelly Blatz (Prom Night, From Within), Brett Dier, Nick Nicotera (Bitten), Nick Nordella (Greenberg), and Michael Ormsby (The Brothers Solomon) have all been cast alongside the previously announced Gage Golightly and Brittany Curran.

Kirsten Helms penned the script that follows a group of teenagers who accidentally release an evil spirit that starts to possess them one by one.

Backmask begins shooting soon in Rhode Island.


During a sex, drugs, and rock-fueled party, six small-town teenagers find an old vintage record and decide to play it backwards in order to listen for any subliminal/satanic messages.
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Dip Your Toes In : 3 Underrated Vampire Films

The vampire film is one of the oldest sub-genres of horror, and are prone to both fantastic hits, and utter failures. As with any genre, there are some great films that slip through the cracks, and find themselves lost in the minds of the viewer, with the memories of more recent, or lasting films. Here, for your pleasure this weekend, are three of my favorite, oft underrated, vampire films. Bitten Bitten stars Jason Mewes, of Jay and Silent B…
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Smelly Fishermen Beckon from the Deep in the Horror Feature The Watermen

A few details are emerging on the upcoming action horror piece titled The Watermen. Jason Mewes (Bitten) will star and recently, this title moved into post-production. A teaser poster is now available, left and this title warns horror fans to stay out of the deep Atlantic. The long synopsis is below.

The synopsis for The Watermen:

"When a group of young, rich friends led by the dynamic Trailor (Jason Mewes) set out for a deep sea fishing trip aboard a million-dollar dreamboat, an electrical fire rocks the ship. The fire destroys their electrical system and engine, leaving them marooned with no communications in the deep Atlantic. Little did they know that their actions disturbed the native folk whom despise outsiders.

These watermen are the anomalous sea clan locally known as the 'Guineamen' who inhabit the nearby marshy islands. They’re a preternatural and isolated community of fishermen who date
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July Releases: Clash of the Titans, based on the 1981 Ray Harryhausen classic, is a terrible movie. If you weren't duped into seeing it in theaters, Netflix it at your peril. Repo Men, about a future world that trades in artificial organs, was blasted by critics and audiences alike. It stars Jude Law and Forest Whitaker. [caption id="" align="alignright" width="298" caption="Clash of the Titans"]/caption] Bitten, starring Jason Mewes and Erica Cox, was a poorly received vampire movie that aired last year on the Syfy Channel. A  paramedic finds a woman he believes is a drug addict going through withdrawal -- but she's addicted to blood, not drugs. Tin Man (mini-series), starring Zooey Deschanel, Neal McDonough, Alan Cumming, and Raoul Trujillo, is a dark retelling of The Wizard of Oz.
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This Week on DVD: Brooklyn’s Finest, A Single Man, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

I'm not gonna lie, it's a pretty uninteresting week for new releases on DVD and Blu-ray. The only really high profile flick in stores today is Antoine Fuqua's Brooklyn's Finest starring Don Cheadle, Richard Gere, Ethan Hawke and Wesley Snipes. Also out this week is Tom Ford's critically acclaimed drama A Single Man, the Swedish thriller The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and the vampire comedy Bitten starring Jason Mewes. Yep, getting to the bottom of the barrel pretty quickly here. There is also a new special edition re-release of the Buster Keaton classic Steamboat Bill, Jr., and just in time for the World Cup semi-finals, it's Ladybugs on Blu-ray! Will you be buying or renting anything this week? Brooklyn's Finest [1] (+ Blu-ray [2]) A Single Man [3] (+ Blu-ray [4]) The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo [5] (+ Blu-ray [6]) Bitten [7] Eyeborgs [8] (+ Blu-ray [9]) Lost Keaton: Sixteen Comedy Shorts 1934-1937 [10] Steamboat Bill, Jr.: Ultimate Edition [11] (+ Blu-ray
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Out this week on Blu-Ray and DVD 7.6.10


Hey everyone! I hope everyone had a fun and safe 4th! I went and saw Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and I Loved it! Can't wait for it to come out on DVD. Anywho let's move on to this week's releases. Here are the highlights of the week.


The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Journalist Mikael Blomkvist (Michael Nyqvist) and rebellious computer hacker Lisbeth Salander (Noomi Rapace) team up to investigate the unsolved disappearance of wealthy Henrik Vanger's (Sven-Bertil Taube) teen niece (Ewa Fröling), only to uncover dark secrets about Vanger's powerful family. Niels Arden Oplev directs this Swedish thriller based on the first novel from Stieg Larsson's best-selling trilogy.

Starring: Michael Nyqvist, Noomi Rapace

Director: Niels Arden Oplev

*You can play this in English as well*

From what I have heard this movie is amazing! I can't wait to watch it. I had it on my
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Hot Babe of the Week: Erica Cox (Bitten)

I never heard of Erica Cox until someone sent me a link to her sex scene from the vampire flick Bitten. The clip reminded me of 1992's Innocent Blood for some reason. Fangoria gave the movie a luke warm review, but from the video I saw, it may be worth a look for the nudity alone. The movie is directed by Harvey Glazer, stars Jason Mewes and is currently available on DVD.
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Party Favors: Feeling Junger

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Gloucester - The night Sebastian Junger arrived in town, it was a rather mild and cloudless day. There would be need to use the phrase “The Perfect Storm” to hype the writer’s talk and signing at Raleigh’s Quail Ridge Books. It was The Perfect Mild.

This appears to be a rarity in today’s journalism. Anything that happens now gets blamed on “A Perfect Storm” of calamities after Junger’s book about the doomed fishermen. Wall Street meltdown, Bp well disaster and McRib are all given The Perfect Storm treatment. Sadly enough, he does not get a nickel every time it’s said on TV.

This appearance didn’t include tales of the people who put seafood on your table or George Clooney’s pranks. Junger spoke of the men who fight for America in Afghanistan. The Second Platoon, B Company, 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment of the
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“Bitten” (DVD Review)

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“Bitten” (DVD Review)
At one point in Bitten (coming on no-frills DVD from Vivendi July 6), a new vampire film starring Jason Mewes, the sexy Danika (a gorgeous Erica Cox) says with full conviction, “It’s like I want to f**k you and eat you at the same time.” Now I want you to take a good, long look at this quote and ask yourself one question—was this meant to be funny, or is it just bad writing?
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Slew of New Bitten Images Arrive Online

Arriving on DVD stateside on July 6th is Harvey Glazer's 'Bitten', a new vampire love story starring Jazon Mewes and Erica Cox and penned by Tim McGregor and Tyler Levine. And a great batch of new stills from the movie have arrived. You can check them out below. 'A lovelorn paramedic who rescues a woman left for dead after a deadly assault. When she refuses to go to the hospital, he takes her in, nurses her back to health and soon falls in love with her. Before long the mysterious woman suffers withdrawal symptoms, leaving the paramedic to believe his newfound love is a drug addict. Coming home to find a blood-drained corpse on his floor, he learns she does indeed have an addiction problem but it's not to drugs.'
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Bitten Breaks out the Fangs for A July 6th DVD Launch

Bitten starring Jason Mewes and Erica Cox will appear on DVD July 6th courtesy of Rhi and Vivendi Entertainment. Mewes plays Jack a night-shift paramedic who gets romantically involved with a femme fatale who suffers a vampire's bite. Have a look at the official poster and a movie still inside that puts Jack in the role of a dinner plate.

A synopsis for Bitten here:

"Jack is a night-shift paramedic who rescues a troubled young woman from the throes of death. When he brings Danika home to mend, he discovers she’s a vampire in need of a nightly fix. Otherwise, she’s really perfect. But as the victims pile up, Jack questions his own fate, and what his growing fear of commitment could cost him" (Dread).

Release Date: July 6th (DVD).

Director: Harvey Glazer.

Writers: Tim McGregor and Tyler Levine.

Cast: Richard Fitzpatrick, Jordan Madley, Nic Nac, Stuart Stone,
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DVD Art and Stills: Jason Mewes' New Vampire Flick Bitten

Know what two things go together perfectly? Jason Mewes (minus Silent Bob of course) and sexy vampires. We're not sure why; they just do! That's exactly what you're going to get, too, when Rhi and Vivendi Entertainment release their latest blood-sucking romp, Bitten, onto DVD on July 6th.

Bitten, directed by Harvey Glazer, stars Jay along with Erica Cox, Richard Fitzpatrick, Jordan Madley, and Nic Nac. Yes, Nic Nac. *shakes head*

Check out the artwork and some stills below courtesy of Vivendi after the plot crunch.


Jack is a night-shift paramedic who rescues a troubled young woman from the throes of death. When he brings Danika home to mend, he discovers she’s a vampire in need of a nightly fix. Otherwise, she’s really perfect. But as the victims pile up, Jack questions his own fate, and what his growing fear of commitment could cost him.

- Uncle Creepy

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Photo Gallery, DVD Details for Bitten

This summer, Jason ( Clerks ) Mewes gets Bitten and we've got the proof in a photo gallery which you can access by clicking on the saucy dame you see below. The horror-comedy is coming to DVD on July 6 from Vivendi Home Entertainment. A lovelorn paramedic rescues a woman left for dead after a deadly assault. When she refuses to go to the hospital, he takes her in, nurses her back to health and soon falls in love with her. Before long the mysterious woman suffers withdrawal symptoms, leaving the paramedic to believe his newfound love is a drug addict. Coming home to find a blood-drained corpse on his floor, he learns she does indeed have an addiction problem but it's not to drugs... Mewes stars with Erica Cox and Richard Fitzpatrick for director Harvey Glazer.
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Jason Mewes draws Breath Of Hate

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Fango got the scoop from director Sean Cain that Jason Mewes has joined the cast of his latest feature, Breath Of Hate (which we last reported on here). “His character is a gamer nerd who falls for a escort,” Cain says; that escort is the film’s heroine, who is terrorized by three homicidal asylum escapees on her last job.

“It’s through his love that he brings her back from being a walking suicide,” Cain continues. “Audiences know Jason as the foul-mouthed Jay in the Kevin Smith movies, but he’s got a sweet side that’s the perfect counterpoint to the darkness in our story.” Mewes’ Jay also made an appearance in Scream 3, and the actor’s genre credits additionally include R.S.V.P., Feast, The Tripper, Netherbeast Incorporated, Bitten and the upcoming Silent But Deadly. Breath Of Hate, scripted by Wes Laurie and produced by him and Cain,
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