Happy Halloween from Xfinity Asia, and check out Xfinity’s collection of James Wan films.
Ian Gamazon’s brilliantly wicked psychological torture film “Living In Seduced Circumstances” opens with a heavily-pregnant woman, a quiver of arrows on her back, pushing a crippled man in a wheel-chair deep into the woods, where unspeakable pain will soon be experienced and relived.
“Stephen King’s Bag of Bones” isn’t “Twilight.” Nor is it “Saw.” “There are no teenagers in this cast,” executive producer-director Mick Garris told XfinityTV.com on Thursday. “And it’s not about slaughtering people in creative ways.” Not that there’s anything wrong with those things. Still, Garris said, that’s probably why you’ll see this Gothic ghost tale […]