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Synapse and Impulse release Nikkatsu Roman trailer Asian Pinku Collection

Widescreen Anamorphic 2.35:1. Nikkatsu, Japanans oldest major movie studio, launched their “Roman P*rno” erotic film line in 1971. Until 1988, the studio released more than one thousand of these films, made in a diverse range of styles and genres aimed squarely at the adult market. Impulse Pictures will be releasing over twenty-five Nikkatsu films, and this amazing trailer collection will …

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Local Filmmakers Carve a Slice out of Halloween with a Double Feature

With Halloween just around the corner, skin-crawling horror flicks are just what the psychotic doctor ordered. A pair of Twin Cities filmmakers are filling the prescription with a terrifying double feature: Grinning Faces, followed by an extended version of local fan favorite, The City. “Grinning Faces mashes together sex, violence and storytelling to create a trippy experience,” explains first-time director …

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‘Buffalo Screams ‘announces Horror film Festival selections

INAUGURAL ‘BUFFALO SCREAMS HORROR FILM FESTIVAL’ ANNOUNCES SHORTS AND FEATURES FROM THE WNY REGION AND AROUND THE WORLD Buffalo, New York – Gregory Lamberson and Emil Novak, Jr., founders of the Buffalo Screams Horror Film Festival, today announced the lineup of films competing in the festival’s inaugural edition. Buffalo Screams runs from Thursday, September 21st through Sunday, October 24th at …

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Vamps: Seregon O’Dassey

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BIO: I am originally from Allentown, Pennsylvania. Now I am in the NYC area, but I travel all over for my work. I have been acting and modeling for about 13 years. I am 5’7″, 120 lbs, 36D-24-36 with Auburn/Strawberry Blonde hair (depending on your p.o.v), and yes, everything on me is real! Acting and modeling are what I do full time. I’ve …

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‘The Avengers – Earth’s mightiest heroes’ premieres WED OCT 20

“THE AVENGERS: EARTH’S MIGHTIEST HEROES!,” A NEW MARVEL  ANIMATED SERIES, PREMIERES Wednesday, October 20 on Disney Xd Micro-Episodes to Roll Out on Multiple Platforms Beginning Wednesday, September 22 “The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes!,” an all-new animated series featuring the best of the best in the Marvel Universe, premieres Wednesday, OCTOBER 20 (8:30 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney XD. Produced by Marvel …

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Film Review: Bitch Slap (2009)

SYNOPSIS: Three naughty girls — leggy stripper Trixie (Julia Voth), homicidal drug runner Camero (America Olivo) and high-powered businesswoman Hel (Erin Cummings) — team up to rip off a crime kingpin, but surprise betrayals quickly spin events out of control. Guns, hand-to-hand combat, scantily clad women and plenty of tongue-in-cheek humor populate this guilty-pleasure throwback to 1960s and ’70s exploitation …

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Interview: Author Dr. Collette Balmain

Who: Dr. Collette Balmain – Author Books: Introduction to Japanese Horror Film DR. COLLETTE BALMAIN: author- Interview – 01.23.09 Thank you so much for stopping by to interview with us! Can you tell us about your book, “Introduction to Japanese Horror Film”? Collette- The book is an exploration of Japanese horror cinema from the 1950s onwards. The aim behind the book was …

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Oscope captures Evil Santa

Oscilloscope Laboratories announced today that it has acquired all North American rights to Jalmari Helander’s RARE EXPORTS: A CHRISTMAS TALE, hot off the World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. A re-imagining of the most classic of all childhood fantasies, the film is a darkly comic gem destined for cult status. On the eve of Christmas in northern Finland, …

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Interview: Elias Merhige (Begotten)

WHO: Elias Merhige – director MOVIE: “Begotten”, “Suspect Zero”, “Shadow of the Vampire” Interview with Elias Merhige – 01.31.09 (INTERVIEW BY SCOTT ESSMAN) Elias Merhige, born in 1964, grew up in Brooklyn, and went to school in Tenafly, New Jersey before attending film school at State University of New York at Purchase where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1987. This exclusive …

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Vamps: Sicilia Ricci

BIO: Sicilia Ricci comes to us from the graveyards and swamps of New Orleans, Louisiana. She has modeled for 8 years and is most noted for her fetish photography that is of the bdsm nature. She can be seen in very harrowing bdsm videos found on such sites as Wasteland.com that will make anyone’s toes curl. She loves everything that is dark and …

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Film Review: AfterMath: Genesis (1994) (1998)

SYNOPSIS: Two morgue workers get their kicks by performing unspeakable acts on corpses in the disturbing horror tale Aftermath, one of two spine-tingling films from Spanish director Nacho Cerda starring Pep Tosar. The second feature, Genesis, centers on a sculptor who’s unable to deal with the tragic death of his beautiful wife. As the artist sculpts a lifelike statue of …

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Film Review: Albino Farm (2009)

SYNOPSIS: Four animated college friends doing research for a school project find themselves a part of the legend they’re seeking to unravel when car troubles render them lost in uncharted Ozark Territory where a secret and sadistic society of the deformed awaits them. Through their enduring quest for survival, the eerie curtain covering a real-life American legend is lifted, and …

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Film Review: Acolytes (2008)

SYNOPSIS: After stumbling upon a freshly buried body and learning the identity of the killer, high school student Mark (Sebastian Gregory) convinces his pal James (Joshua Payne) and James’s girlfriend, Chasely (Hanna Mangan Lawrence), to blackmail the perpetrator. Believing that the killer can take out a bully who ruined their lives, Mark and James fail to realize that the rules …

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Film Review: Chronicles of an Exorcism (2008)

SYNOPSIS: Based on true events, this documentary-style horror flick follows two amateur filmmakers (Rob G. Kahn and David Michael Ross) as they record an exorcism performed on a young girl (Dara Wedel) suffering from demonic possession. Over three days, priests Father Michael (Matthew Ashford) and Father Lucas (Nick G. Miller) faithfully work to rid the girl of the evil entity …

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