Out Now – 31st August 2012

The Possession
In the scariest episode of Car Booty yet a young girl buys a haunted box and her estranged parents reunite to life the curse on their daughter. If you don’t know Car Booty, then you haven’t been unemployed and enjoyed the daytime delights of BBC2.

Berberian Sound Studio (limited release)
I’m intrigued by this one. Toby Jones stars as a sound engineer forced to watch a horrific horror film as he produces the special effects and ends up in a horror film of his own. Expect a lot of vegetables to be brutally murdered in the name of sound design.

Samsara (limited release)
Samsara is a documentary which has been filmed over the course of 5 years in 25 different countries. Sounds like this documentary is about… everything. How very Tree of Life.

The Myth of the American Sleepover (limited release)
“Four young people navigate the suburban wonderland of metro-Detroit looking for love and adventure on the last weekend of summer.” Part of me feels as though I have seen this film a few times; a film with an ensemble cast set over a short space of time as they amble about having emotions and the like.

Cockneys vs Zombies (limited release)
London has a case of the zombies and so a group of bank robbers are forced to fight their way out of the city in this comedy horror that in no way is setting itself up to be unfavourably compared with Shaun of the Dead.

[REC]³ Génesis (limited release)
[REC] remains the scariest film I have ever seen (possibly… I think) and this time the zombie outbreak (which it technically is… I think) ruins a couple’s wedding day. Think of an immaculate white dress covered in the blood of zombie relatives. It’s Spanish so must be good.

Yuma (limited release)
Action drama about a young Polish man who “unwillingly” becomes a gangster. Story of my life only with less blogging and more “chaos and moral anarchy”. To be fair though moral anarchy sounds absolutely knackering.

A Few Best Men (limited release)
Another British wedding comedy, this time set in Australia. Expect things to go awry and hilarity to ensue as it always seems to want to do.