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From killing to those that are already dead, this week's new releases have people are running for their lives. While most are serious in nature, there is on the other hand, a zombie love story.
A zombie saves a young woman from being zombie food in Warm Bodies. Set during a zombie apocalypse, the PG-13 film is a love story between a human and the walking dead. As their relationship begins to grow, the un-dead begin to become more human. The romantic horror film plays for one hour and thirty-seven minutes.
A New Orleans hit-man creates an unlikely partnership with a Washington D.C. cop in Bullet to the Head. The two join forces because they are out for the same man, the man who killed their partners. The action thriller stars Sylvester Stallone, Sung Kang and Christian Slater. It runs for one hour and thirty-one minutes. The film is rated R for violence, language, nudity and drugs.
A couple of wise guys reconnect after one comes out of a long stint in jail in Stand Up Guys. The best friends act like it hasn't been twenty-eight years since they last hung around and go back to their old criminal ways. What seems to be a great time is eating at one of the men because he has been ordered to whack his newly released friend. Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, Alan Arkin and Julianna Margulies star in the action comedy. The film is playing in limited theaters for one hour and thirty-five minutes. It's rated R for sex, language, drugs and violence.
A woman who has been wronged by many men decides to do something about it in Girls Against Boys. With the help of her co-worker, the two seek revenge by annihilating them. The one hour and twenty-seven minute horror film is playing in limited theaters. It's rated R for violence, sex, nudity and language.
Based on real events, The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia tells the story of a young family that moved into an old home in Georgia. As they begin to enjoy their new surroundings, they discover that they are not the only ones living in the home. The limited released horror film stars Chad Michael Murray, Abigail Spencer and Katee Sackhoff. It runs for one hour and forty minutes. The film is rated R for disturbing content.
People are running from zombies and ghosts in theaters this week, but next week, the thrills are more of the psychological kind with the release of Side Effects. To lighten the mood, there's the comedy Identify Thief.
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