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What better way to celebrate the holiday season than with a bunch of dolls that want to eat your soul? Plus a brand new brain-busting trailer that may be the next scifi infatuation, Re-Wire.

Rodrigo Blaas has posted his beautiful, but highly disturbing, clip Alma on the internet as a special holiday treat for those who want to scare children away from toys forever. It's brilliant: "Happy Christmas kiddies, just don't close your eyes while you sleep or your dolls will come alive to steal your souls."


Alma from Rodrigo Blaas on Vimeo.

Zombie Wedding:
Alright, I'm kind of fascinated by this Turkish film. It's like Cloverfield, but instead of a going away party it's a wedding, and instead of a monster, it's zombies. So, ok, not like Cloverfield at all but you get what I'm saying, right? The good folks at Quiet Earth roughly translated the synopsis:

Known each other for a long time friend of the five-person group, partner to attend the wedding of a friend Büyükada'ya expenses. Erhan, together with the wedding and a long range team can record their happy moments brought a camera for receiving and continuous shooting is near. Viewed throughout the entire film, this camera mirrors ones. Later in the hour of the wedding guests and a group of zombie attack, mess turns into the lake of blood.

And here's the trailer. Thoughts?

This little trailer was brought to our attention thanks to Twitch, and consider our eyebrows highly arched in anticipation of this short film. Re-Wire features a man getting his brain rewired to cut fear out of his life. This decision doesn't seem to be made on a whim, but rather this fear has forced him to take such drastic measures. It stars Brandon McGibbon, who is also in the highly anticipated Splice.



Re-Wire (2009) Trailer from David Fernandes on Vimeo.

Here's an interesting little dystopian film where after the virus was released into the world the entire population was forced into their homes, condos and apartments. But what happens when the people in charge die out?


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