It's starting to get chilly, but the ladies from Norwegian undead-Nazi fighting flick Dead Snow will keep you warm. Their Spirit cover is gorgeous, but besides blood-covered hotties find out what happens when a couples woodsy honeymoon is interrupted by cannibal cave people, and take a look at the poster for Paul Soleto Sundance film Grace, about a baby who screaming for your blood.

Sigh, no one does magazine covers like this anymore. Evy Kasseth Røsten, Charlotte Frogner and Jenny Skavlan look amazing, and this movie will do amazing at Sundance mark my words. Check out the latest trailer and learn how to slaughter an attacking group of undead jerks.

Speaking of Sundance, I'm also incredibly interested in Paul Solet's film Grace, which will also be premiering at the snowy festival. Solet worked very closely with Eli Roth and is known for his work on Means To An End. Grace is about a mother who loses her baby in the womb but decides to carry it to term. After the delivery, the baby comes back to life - but now has an insatiable thirst for blood. Poster from /Film.


Quiet Earth pointed out the amazing trailer to a movie that looks like "The Descent meets The Hills Have Eyes" (the latter of which apparently inspired the director). A couple goes on their honeymoon but ends up having to fight some nasty beasties in the woods. The trailer is a trip, especially when the hubby kills a creature, rips off it's face, and then wears it. It' directed Lola Wallace and according to QE it was shot in a mere 5 days with no script.

Official Synopsis of The Trek:

When Keith and Kim Russell head into the mountains on an adventure packed honeymoon, they find much more action than they were expecting. When the newlyweds stumble upon a pair of cave dwelling savages, their romantic getaway quickly becomes a tragic nightmare as each couple tests the limits of how far they are willing to go in order to protect the ones that they love.

What if your best friend was a zombie? Would you be brave enough to hold an intervention? News about George's Intervention circulated in October, but I missed the trailer. From the looks of it, the little B film could be pretty funny. The comedic timing is pretty spot on and the gore looks pretty fantastic, but the trailer is NSFW so beware. George's Intervention is set to release in 2009.

Here's the official synopsis:

George's friends have gathered for an intervention... George's intervention. You see, George is a zombie. And his friends are hoping to convince him to stop eating people. Plus, it's unhealthy. The meat is raw. And who knows where these people have been.

With the help of a professional interventionist George's friends confront George regarding his "addiction." But over the course of the night his friends begin to disappear. Have they given up hope that George's Intervention will be successful? Or have they become dinner?