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TLACult.com Launches Short Film Contest

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TLACult.com to award cash prizes to the best cult, horror and exploitation short film submission Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) September 16th, 2010 – www.tlacult.com, an online and direct mail DVD and VOD entertainment retailer specializing in unusual cult, horror and exploitation cinema, announced today the launch of the TLACult.com 2010 Short Film Contest. Short filmmakers are encouraged to submit their homemade cult, horror or exploitation movies to TLA’s corporate office in Philadelphia where four members of TLA’s … Continue reading

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Film Review: Ghosts of Mars (2001)

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SYNOPSIS: A story of human colonists on Mars who must be rescued after becoming possessed by vengeful Martian ghosts. REVIEW: As a true fan of John Carpenter’s work, I am fully aware of all his offerings over the years and the level of critical acclaim (or disclaim) his work has received. Without even going further, he has rightly established his place as one of the true masters of horror and cinema. In fact his Master … Continue reading

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Chawz: Killer Pig Flick acquired by Magnet Releasing

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Company’s Magnet Releasing, genre arm of Magnolia Pictures announced today that it has acquired North American rights to CHAWZ, a wild and funny Korean monster movie about a giant, vicious pig terrorizing an idyllic countryside. Directed by Jeong-won Shin, CHAWZ is an affectionate tribute to classing monster movies that boasts fantastically gory special effects of the porcine beast attacking innocent tourists looking to pick organic vegetables. “If JAWS was looking to branch out to dry … Continue reading

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Sydney Sci-Fi & Fantasy Film Festival announces first six films

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Sydney Sci-Fi & Fantasy Film Festival announces first six films: Machete, Rare Exports, Mortal Fools, Lunopolis, I Heart Doomsday, Evil in the Time of Heroes Sydney, Australia, September 16, 2010 – Fantastic Planet, Sydney Sci-Fi and Fantasy Film Festival announces the first six feature films of this year’s program. Festival director Dr. Dean Bertram is sure that “Sydney film fans are going to go crazy for the festival’s line-up this year. It covers an amazing … Continue reading

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Book Review: Nostradamus, Bibiliomancer – Author Peter Lemesurier

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Nostradamus, Bibliomancer: The Man, The Myth, The Truth The name is probably one of the most commonly associated names in history when it comes to the future. In fact, so many books and shows have entertained the masses for so long that the original myths and prophecies have been twisted, turned and edited to the point of suiting whatever agenda of media it fits at the time. Author Peter Lemesurier has created a book that … Continue reading

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Vamps: Melle Noire

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BIO: My name is Melle Noire, I am a gothic model based in Germany. I was born on the 25th of May, 1980 in Kassel, now I live near Heidelberg. In September 2001, I started modeling. I have worked with over 100 photographers in Germany and in Switzerland. Since 1998, I have been in the German gothic scene.

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Rogue River: new 1 sheet! you can’t out run family!

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From director Jourdan McClure comes a new film, Rogue River…. fresh with an almost retro feeling poster art. The film has a nice collection with Michael Rooker, Bill Moseley and Michelle Page. http://www.facebook.com/rogue.movie

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Priest: rolls out a slew of new posters!

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It seems to be the tradition nowadays to do a poster series for some of the bigger releases. From the looks of it, there are some pretty cool ones here..though my preference is still the simple one with t he vampire hand. See the rest of the set after the break

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Iron Doors 3D: World Premiere of Psycho Thriller! – with stills!

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Indie psycho thriller “Iron Doors 3D” will premiere on Friday, October 1st as part of the 3DFF Hollywood at the Los Angeles Film School (LAFS) located in the heart of the stunningly redesigned Sunset and Vine district of Hollywood, it was announced today in a joint statement by San Diego-based 3D Production studio PassmoreLab and Fullfeedback Productions of Germany.  The 80-minute feature was directed by Stephen Manuel and stars Axel Wedekind.  PassmoreLab handled all aspects … Continue reading

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I SAW THE DEVIL: Magnet Releasing Takes North American Rights

The Wagner/Cuban Company’s Magnet Releasing, genre arm of Magnolia Pictures announced today that it has acquired North American rights to KIM Jeewoon’s (The Good, The Bad and The Weird and A Tale of Two Sisters) I SAW THE DEVIL at the Toronto International Film Festival. Shockingly violent and stunningly accomplished, I SAW THE DEVIL transcends the police procedural, pushing the boundaries of extreme Asian cinema in ways that will surprise and thrill fans of the … Continue reading

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Vamps: Matti Macabre

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BIO: They call her Mattie “Macabre” because she roams the eerie streets of New Orleans with paintbrush in hand.. painting the naked bodies of willing women. Born on the swamps of the Sabine River, Mattie Macabre was raised amongst horror movies and gore. Mattie’s is a bodypainter and artist who’s unique style has been called upon by Author Grey Cross for his latest book, David Lachappelle for his Remy martin party, photographers such as Shawn … Continue reading

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Vamps: Lucifera

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BIO: Lucifera has been a successful model within the heavy metal scene for 6 years, making her debut into heavy metal modeling with the notorious Gorerotted (now The rotted) She has since moved on to work for bands like Thus Defiled, Danzig, Abgott and Dimmu Borgir. she is widely recognised for her tastes for the obscure and often controversial but always expresses this is an interpretation of art and expression and not a religious or … Continue reading

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Book Review: 2012 and the Galactic Center – Author Christine R. Page M.D.

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2012 AND THE GALACTIC CENTER: THE RETURN OF THE GREAT MOTHER by Christine R. Page M.D. Published by Bear & Company Publication Date: 2008 Format: Black /White – 240 pages Price: $16.00 The time for books on the 2012 phenomena are increasing by the day. With each comes a slightly different take and approach to embracing, understanding and contemplating our future that is drawing near by the hour. “2012 and the Galactic Center” is not … Continue reading

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Film Review: Bad Biology (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: BAD BIOLOGY (IN PRODUCTION) USA / HORROR Acclaimed director Frank Henenlotter (Basket Case, Brain Damage, Frankenhooker) is back with a twisted tale of love and weirdness. Driven by biological excess, a young man and woman search for sexual fulfillment, unaware of each other’s existence. Unfortunately, they eventually meet, and the bonding of these two very unusual human beings ends in an explosive and ultimately over-the-top sexual experience, resulting in a truly godawful love story…. … Continue reading

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Film Review: Ghost Hunters International S1 – Part 1 (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: Ghost Hunters International (abbreviated as GHI) is a spin-off series of Ghost Hunters that airs on Syfy. The series premiered on January 9, 2008. Like its parent series, GHI is a reality series that follows a team of paranormal investigators; whereas, the original series primarily covered only locations within the United States, the GHI team travels around the world and documents some of the world’s most legendary haunted locations. REVIEW:  if you haven’t been … Continue reading

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Film Review: Long Dream (Nagai yume) (2000)

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SYNOPSIS: Strange things lurk in dreams. For Mukoda Tetsurou and the doctors tending to him, things have begun to get stranger as Mukoda begins having longer and longer dreams every night. Can one dream infinity in the span of a night? REVIEW: While the film itself is just under 60 minutes due to it being a previous TV special turned DVD, the base of “Long Dream” is a well written piece of cinema. The writers … Continue reading

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Film Review: Hidden Floor (2006)

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SYNOPSIS: A mother and her six year old girl move into a new building. A tenant who lives below her complains about noises coming from her apartment. Even though she lives very quietly, the complaints of noise continue. The mother soon realizes everyone in the building acts bizarre to the point of being scary. The six year old girl soon begins acting like the other tenants. Then, mysterious deaths begin to occur in the building. … Continue reading

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Film Review: Late Bloomer (Osoi hito) (2004)

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SYNOPSIS: Late Bloomer is the story of Sumida-san, a severely handicapped man, and his downward spiral into hell. When we’re first introduced to him we find that despite his physical limitations – and contrary to cultural misconceptions about the handicap – he has all of the desires and personality traits of a physically normal man. Specifically: he loves to party, eat good food, and ‘rock out’ to his caregiver Take’s hardcore band. However, Sumida-san’s life … Continue reading

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Big Screen Entertainment Group Releases New Horror/Thriller Film “Rule Of Three” on its New Label

Big Screen Entertainment Group (OTC:BSEG) is proud to announce the release of its second feature film on its new DVD/Blu-Ray label, the award winning horror film “RULE OF THREE” featuring an outstanding cast. The film has won numerous awards and is one of the best written, indie horror films to be released in some time. “Rule of Three” follows on the heels of the solidly performing “Babysitter Wanted,” BSEG’s premiere release on its own DVD/BluRay … Continue reading

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Mill Creek Entertainment expands on horror pack offerings – new sites

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Quick mention: The folks over at Mill Creek Entertaiment have opened up a few new sites for us horror cretins. This is good news as when it comes to gettting alot of horror, saving shelf space and purchasing it for pennies…sign me up! (Note) 50 packs and such do come in paper sleeves (within), but how else you gonna get 50 films in a reasonably smaller case. Here is a list of sites for them, if you want to keep tabs … Continue reading

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Are ya ready for ‘Death Tube’? – new stills!

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Chilling new Japanese horror Death Tube comes to DVD on 20th September 2010. From, Yohei Fukada, the director of “Chanbara Beauty” and “Tokyo Gore School”, and reminiscent of “Saw” series, this extreme splatter game takes place on-line at the site known as “DeathTube”. Tragedy begins with curiosity. The on-line killer website broadcasts scenes of death in real time. Viewers are drawn to the website through curiosity, and then are shocked by what they see. Against … Continue reading

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