New George Romero film

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  1. Barry S

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    George A. Romero's newest film, Bruiser is coming to video on Tuesday, Oct. 9. This is Romero's first film since The Dark Half in 1991. Does anyone know anything about this film, or has anyone seen it? The story sounds interesting and intriguing, and I must say it's great to see Romero still making movies after so many years in the business. I saw on IMDb that he's doing a film adaptation of Stephen King's The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, to be released next year.
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  2. Bjorn Olav Nyberg

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    It is already out on DVD in Holland (I think) on a label called red edition, for those who know it. I read a review of this disc once on some horror movie but can't remember where...
    It seems they were not too happy though, I seem to remember they said the premise was interesting, but in the end it turned out to be pretty cliché, although better filmed than the average horror movie.
    This is typed purely from memory, and it is not my opinion as I have not seen the movie for myself. I am looking forward to the R1 release though.
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  3. SteveGon

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    Barry, I asked about this in the software forum but I guess no one had seen it. I do have Bruiser pre-ordered from Amazon and should have it by next Thursday. Keep ya posted! [​IMG]
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  4. Barry S

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    Thanks, Steve. I will be seeing Bruiser before then, however. I will be seeing it within the next few days. So I will post my thoughts after I watch it.
     

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