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Sharks, UFOs, Butchers, Ghosts

Posted in Aliens, Classic Horror, Evil, Foreign Horror, Ghosts, Nature Gone Wild, Science Fiction, Slashers, UFOs with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 10, 2014 by Drinkin' & Drive-in

Raiders of the Lost Shark

Presented for your consideration are four new horror/sci-fi movie posters indicating the imminent arrival of four new horror/sci-fi movies. I like it when sentences come together like that.

These posters are important. The cooler the graphics, the likelier it is I’ll go see the movie. And by I’ll, I mean me.

Here we go: The first teaser poster for Raiders of the Lost Shark was so inept, it looked like an Art Institute™ final. Somebody got a clue and came up with something more VOD rental-inducing. Click here to see the super horrible icky crap first poster.

Hangar 10

Up next is Hangar 10, a new sci-fi offering that nicely nails the subject of UFOs and the threat of five-finger probing. Available November 7th, 2014, Hangar 10 goes like this: “33 years after the infamous Rendlesham Forest UFO incident, three metal detector enthusiasts hunting for Saxon gold in the same region capture incredible footage of UFOs whilst filming their expedition. As night falls the trio finds themselves facing a terrifying encounter with an unforgiving alien presence.” And by unforgiving, they probably mean five-finger probing.


Sendero (aka, Path) is a Chilean horror movie with a meaty poster – literally. Looks like someone probed a meat-grinder. Here’s why: “Ana goes with some friends to a cabin located in a rural area of ​​Chile. After helping a badly injured woman on the road the group is kidnapped by a family who follows the orders of a power group in the region. To survive and escape they will have to resort to betrayal among themselves in an atmosphere of violence, abuse, and sadism.” Like I said, meaty.

Hollows Grove

Available October 21st, 2014, Hollows Grove looks to follow in the cookie cutter footsteps of the spate of recent paranomal/found footage film flicks. Behold: “A young filmmaker, Harold Maxwell, a young filmmaker, is shooting a behind-the-scenes documentary about his friends – the Spirit and Paranormal Investigation Team, (S.P.I.T) and their ghost hunting reality show. They set out to film Hollows Grove, an old, abandoned and supposedly haunted orphanage. Soon after arriving at the orphanage the team begins to realize that what they thought would be a routine investigation is turning in to a nightmare from which they can’t escape.”

Hollows Grove is making me crave cookies for some reason.

Raiders of the Lost Shark

Posted in Misc. Horror, Nature Gone Wild, Scream Queens with tags , , , , , , , , on December 6, 2013 by Drinkin' & Drive-in

Raiders of the Lost Shark

From the makers of Jurassic Shark (2012) now comes Raiders of the Lost Shark, an admittedly tongue-in-cheek chew-a-thon done on a budget that wouldn’t cover your monthly shark repellent bill.

Jurassic Shark

Literally zero is known about the plot at this time. However, they might think about re-titling the movie as it’s been used before, going all the way back to the heavily-copyrighted Raiders of the Lost Shark Disney cartoon in 1994.

Raiders of the Lost Shark

Then there’s the upcoming The Ghastly McNastys: Raiders of the Lost Shark kid’s book by Lyn Gardner and Ros Asquith that comes out in May 2014.

The Ghastly McNastys: Raiders of the Lost Shark

Then there are the Raiders of the Lost Shark movie poster spoofs littering the internet…

Raiders of the Lost Shark

I could go on. But I choose not to at this time as I’m busy hunting down a replacement DVD of the holiday shark movie, Santa Jaws. I wore out my last two copies.

Santa Jaws