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The Deaths of Ian Stone offers the fest's most intriguing premise--after a terrible accident, a young man (Mike Vogel of Cloverfield) discovers that he is being reborn as different people, only to suffer an even worse fate with each reincarnation--though the reasons for his condition and the introduction of monsters to the story are ill-conceived and ill-advised. As for the remaining titles, Unearthed is simply Alien in the desert (ground already covered with panache by Feast), while Nightmare Man is a HD-lensed supernatural slasher from the usually reliable Rolfe Kanefsky (The Hazing) that's enlivened only by the presence of B-movie stalwart Tiffany Shepis. With so much varying quality in the entries, what the 2007 HorrorFest needed was a rock-solid entry by an established talent, like Nacho Cerda's The Abandoned and Takashi Shimuzi's Reincarnation, which gave some spark to the 2006 festival. Judging by the tepid box office response to this series, stronger names or more careful selection of titles will be necessary for the HorrorFest to remain an annual event. Unlike the 2006 HorrorFest DVD releases, only a handful of the 2007 festival's discs offer extras. It seems odd that two of the weakest entries--Borderland and Nightmare Man--are the only discs to feature substantial supplemental features, including director and cast commentary, deleted scenes, and making-of featurettes, as well as a short documentary on Borderland about the true-life crimes that inspired the film. However, Nightmare Man's extras have a distinct edge thanks to the participation of Shepis, who brings a salty sense of humor to the commentary and also directs an amusing making-of featurette that elicits funny (and honest) responses from the cast and crew. Included on every disc are The Miss HorrorFest Webisodes, a wan collection of reality show-style vignettes that follow a contest to find the festival's new, scantily clad spokesmodel. -- Paul Gaita
COULD HAVE & SHOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER. SO WHAT YOU GET 8 HORROR FILMS. SOME OF THE MOVIES JUST DIDN'T MAKE SENSE. RENT DON'T BUY.Published 9 months ago by J.L. Moore Jr.
I actually bought this set from the UK for a very cheap price of $20. The set was great, they come in their own DVDs as realeased separately as they were with a outer box case as... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Kcott44
The first Horrorfest collection was the best. This set can't compare. These movies look like they were cheap budget films with bad actors. Don't waste your time or money.Published on March 6, 2010 by Tara Jordan
Save your money. These films have little or no plot making them hard to follow. The acting is bad also.Whoever makes these films should really consider improvements.Published on March 4, 2010 by SMG
I bought the first Horrorfest pack and this second collection is better.
Lake Dead - This is a seriously sick and twisted movie; it was excellent. Read more
For those of us who are horror buffs and work too much owning a business, it is difficult to get out to the theatre. There are never enough horrors playing anyway. Read morePublished on April 19, 2008 by Leonard Ditalia
This product was shipped fast, arrived in excellent condition and the movies are fantastic to watch. A+++Published on April 18, 2008 by Kenneth C. Schroeder
All are awesome, I can't wait for the next eight. The Deaths of Ian Stone was the best of them all. If you missed them in the theatre...this is the next best thing.Published on April 15, 2008 by Ravenswolf13
i have not watched any of these yet but i hear that they have done it right this time by selecting the right movies to be in the afterdark horror feast 2007 hope there as good as... Read morePublished on April 14, 2008 by Edward
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Yes. Both the 2007 and 2008 (this one) After Dark Horrorfest collections have English and Spanish subtitles.
Lionsgate Studios are pretty good about including English and Spanish subtitles but rarely will their releases be truly "SDH" - Subtitled for the Deaf and the Hearing Impaired.
Oct 8, 2009 by SecretSanta1999 | See all 3 posts