The true horror is the spectacularly bad cover art this fun indie is getting from Magnet Releasing.

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"John Dies At the End" is in limited release from Magnolia Pictures. You can find out if it's coming to your city with this handy list Alternately, you can watch the movie via your favorite VOD service.

In a few ways, director Don Coscarelli's adaptation of David Wong's novel "John Dies At the End" is imperfect--it's too short, for one thing, and a major character is given short shrift as a result. But these are the complaints of someone who wanted even more of this strange world of sentient drugs and surreal-comic horrors cropping up in a small unnamed town. In that way, "John Dies At the End" is a success: it's created a world that's so interesting, that by the end of its brief running time, you're wishing for another trip there.

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"John Dies At the End" stars Rob Mayes (John), Chase Williamson (Dave), and Allison Weissman (Amy)

Writer-director and jack-of-all-trades indie filmmaker has been making some variation of "John Dies At the End" for 30-odd years now. Or, that's to say, the works of Coscarelli are imprinted in the DNA of David Wong's cult novel turned film. The man who created Phantasm, flying silver murder orbs, killer robed dwarves, and the seemingly immortal Tall Man was an obvious match for the material when the question of who would bring Wong's book to the screen.

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Things going into brains and coming out of brains--that's what you have to look forward to in March. A pair of 80's offbeat horror classics will be hitting DVD and Blu-ray in March from Scream Factory.

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Magnet Releasing has just announced that the release dates for the film adaptation of David Wong's horror-comedy novel. The film, from Phantasm director Don Coscarelli will be hitting Magnet's On-Demand VOD service on December 27th with a theatrical release to follow starting January 25th.

And they brought along a new trailer that pushes the comedy.

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The film based on David Wong's pretty terrific and bizarre novel from the director of Phantasm is coming to theaters in 2013 with a VOD release in December.
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