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‘The Ward’ International Trailer Is Old-Fashioned, But Not Scary

Screen Rant: Believe it or not, it’s been ten years since horror legend John Carpenter (Halloween, The Fog, Village of the Damned, etc.) directed a film -- and his last picture was the forgettable spooky sci-fi tale Ghosts of Mars. He’ll return at last this year with The Ward, a mysterious ghost story that looks to rely on old-fashioned scare tactics rather than shock gore. But does the film look like a return to form for Carpenter?

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TheReflectedGod4761d ago

i wish this would be good i love old school carpenter movies lets just hope he doesnt pull a craven even though i love craven movies too oh and im speaking of my soul to take ha ha

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5 Terrible Films of 2011

ClickOnline writes: 'But not all trips to the cinema are as successful and, more often than not, its disappointment or outright rage which follows our latest journey to the movie house. With that in mind, we’re going to take a look today at some of the worst films of 2012'

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aDDicteD4559d ago

haven't watched any of those yet

n4f4558d ago

that is because you had a great year.
I saw sucker punch, indeed it was a sucker punch

Shotcalm4558d ago

i saw your highness and it was actually funny.

Baka-akaB4558d ago (Edited 4558d ago )

Yeah it is beyond weird to add it among the list films of 2011 when predictably horrible stuff like "Big Momma : like Father like Son" happened

Fototherapist4558d ago

Sucker Punch was really stupid.

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Blink_444558d ago

I liked sucker punch cause of the girls :)

edwest4558d ago

I think New Year's Eve, Jack and Jill and The Three Musketeers would have been worthier candidates.

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Why So Blu: John Carpenter's 'The Ward' (Blu-ray Review)

Why So Blu?:
So has John Carpenter finally made it back into the realm of full feature films or is he a bit rusty? Rusty isn’t the proper word, but he sure is back. I do think that his focus is there, because on The Ward he only served as director and nothing more. This frees him up immensely as he does not have to worry about his own script, score, etc., because other people are now in charge of that. John Carpenter’s The Ward is a well directed horror film that was desperately needed, because the current environment of horror film schlock leaves a lot to be desired. John Carpenter’s The Ward is creepy to the extreme and who really doesn’t want to see a bunch of hot girls running around getting stalked by a ghost? I do!

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The LRA Show Ep. 15 - 13 Assassins

LRA writes: This week we take a slight departure from the summer movie madness and decided to focus on a lesser known but no lesser quality film that was just released on home video this past week which is Takashi Miike's mind blowing 13 Assassins. Discover as we did why this is a must see for everyone that considers themselves a movie lover. We also discuss some of the more recent theatrical releases such as Horrible Bosses and the first film in over ten years from legendary horror director John Carpenter, The Ward. Featured music this week is from the 13 Assassins motion picture soundtrack.

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