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Cabin in The Woods: Still no release date in sight

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The flick directed and co-written by Drew Goddard and co-written by Joss Whedon (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”) has been removed entirely from the January 2011 release schedule. No new date has been set, but we’re pretty sure we can attribute this to MGM’s financial woes and their want to push the Red Dawn remake out of the gate faster. As soon as we hear anything else, we’ll let you know. The Cabin in the Woods … Continue reading

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Zombies vs Cheerleaders: gimme a RRRRr

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(from newsarama) Morbid or funny, and sometimes morbidly funny, top talent bring eclectic tales of Zombies vs Cheerleaders. Based on the hit trading card series from 5FINITY Productions, read the exciting stories of the two things everyone loves: zombies and cheerleaders! Writer Steven L. Frank teams with artists Benjamin Glendenning, Jessica Hickman, Frankie B Washington, and David Namisato in this rip roaring first issue! Variant covers by Jason Worthington, Justin Ridge, & Jessica Hickman. The … Continue reading

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Paranormal Whacktivity: sex and the supernatural

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Paranormal Whacktivity which is being helmed by Roger Rothaid this flicks a little racier and instead of filming themselves sleeping, the young couple in the film are shooting themselves having some steamy sex sessions. Hmmm, does this mean like hardcore p*rn action or just some boobies bouncin around up there? Either way I guess most of the male horror population will feel compelled to view it since their favorite subject is involved- sex! Hell I … Continue reading

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Argento’s Giallo’s onesheet!

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In Torino, Celine, an American model, is abducted by a taxi driver while en route home to meet her sister Linda, visiting at her apartment. The next morning, Linda reports that Celine is missing – the sergeant in charge directs her to F.B.I. agent Inspector Enzo Avolfi. He’s from the Special New York City Department investigating a serial-killer that kidnaps foreigners to destroy their beauty. When a Japanese woman is found at nearby a fountain, … Continue reading

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2nd trailer for Ubaldo Terzani Horror Show

Synopsis: Alessio Rinaldi, a 25 years old director, is hired by a producer to write the script for his first movie with Ubaldo Terzani, a well known writer of horror novels. Alessio moves into Terzani’s house to start this collaboration and a strange relationship of psychological dependence grows between them: Ubaldo Terzani unveils his dark side and Alessio falls into a desperate depth of craziness and nightmares. There is a reason why Terzani’s bestsellers are … Continue reading

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Halloween Horror Nights Comic book- out same time as Halloween Horror Nights starts

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“Vampyre: Castle of the Undead (Blood Secrets of the Iron Guard),” a new graphic novella created by artist Patrick Ian Moore, will be published by Universal Studios Hollywood in conjunction with the 2010 Halloween Horror Nights. The new graphic novella – the first to be inspired by a Halloween theme park maze – will be serialized on the official Halloween Horror Nights website. A limited number of collectors edition books will be published and available … Continue reading

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Guillermo del Toro and Wes Craven – NYC for Times Talk

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Horror legends Guillermo del Toro and Wes Craven will sit down with Times theater critic Jason Zinomanf this fall, as part of the TimesTalk events at TheTimesCenter, 242 West 41st Street in New York City. Tuesday, September 21, 2010 7-8:30 PM Guillermo del Toro: Vampire Vision Guillermo del Toro, the author-director-writer-producer known for such films as Hellboy, Hellboy II: The Golden Army and the Oscar-winning Pan’s Labyrinth, talks with Times theater critic Jason Zinoman about … Continue reading

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Evil Things: An awsome weekend turns to terror

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   They were never seen again…until now. It’s Miriam’s 21st Birthday. As a birthday gift, Miriam’s Aunt Gail lends Miriam her beautiful country house for an entire weekend. Aunt Gail’s country house is amazing. It’s surrounded by breathtaking mountains and miles and miles of woods. Miriam invites her college buddies Cassy, Mark, Tanya and Leo to join her at the country house for what looks to be the most awesome weekend ever. Miriam, Cassy and … Continue reading

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New aussie thriller ‘Needle’ trailer – more deadly devices!

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Needle is a new a new Australian thriller written & directed by John V. Soto and produced by Filmscope Entertainment. The film has been selected to be shown at this years Screamfest Festival that is held in Los Angeles and takes place between October 8th – 17th 2010. Needle tells the story of young college student who inherits a strange 18th century mechanical contraption that has deadly supernatural powers. When the device is stolen and … Continue reading

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Chain Letter: texting can be deadly – new clip and trailer

Six friends receive a mysterious chain letter via text messaging and in their email accounts from a maniac who’s hunting down teenagers who fail to forward his online chain letter. Who knew they should take the threats in the chain letter seriously? Or that chain letters using the teens’ favorite technologies to track them can kill? This maniacal game pits friend against friend as they race to beat rules that seem impossible to escape. Break … Continue reading

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Kingdom of the Spiders 3D: Old Shatner thriller gets a facelife

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ScreenDaily has spilled the beans that Nuala Barton and Rene Sheridan are producing the remake with Stealth Media Group, they told ScreenDaily: “We are delighted to be working with Stealth Media’s Jason Piette, Sean O’Kelly and Michael Cowan to bring this cult classic back to larger than life, in 3D.” The flicks remake will be in 3D so maybe they’ll throw spider guts in your face! Or maybe big, long, hairy spider legs will be … Continue reading

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At the Mountains of Madness: More chat from Guillermo about his new film

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del Toro says: “I came out of The Hobbit, and it was the biggest heartbreak I’ve experienced as a filmmaker, because I will never know what that movie would have been. I was very mindful that I didn’t want to have a rebound movie, as happens sometimes when somebody comes off a long romance. There were very big, lucrative, beautiful projects on the table, and I was developing one of them with Jim Cameron. In … Continue reading

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Julia’s Eyes: a boatload of new images

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Director Guillem Morales new horror/ thriller film Julia’s Eyes stars Francesc Orella, Joan Dalmau, Boris Ruiz, Daniel Grao, Clara Segura, Lluis Homar, Belen Ruda, Andrea Hermosa, and Julia Gutierrez Caba. Morales co-wrote the screenplay along with Oriol Paulo and it is produced by Rodar’s Joaquin Padro and Mar Targarona and co-financed by Focus Features Intl. Here we have the story of a woman slowly going blind as she investigates the mysterious death of her twin … Continue reading

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I Spit on your Grave remake: Oct 8th 2010 – Check out unrated clip

In Steven R. Monroe’s remake of I Spit on your Grave, a beautiful woman from the city, Jennifer Hills, rents an isolated cabin in the country to write her latest novel. Soon, a group of local lowlifes subject Jennifer to a nightmare of degradation, rape and violence. Left for dead, she returns for vengeance. Trapping her male attackers one-by-one, she inflicts acts of physical torment upon them with a ferocity that surpasses her own ordeal. … Continue reading

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Greed: 1st semester of 2010 – jealousy can be dangerous

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Dreaming of a better life, Bruno and Maryline, 30, move to a small town nestled in the breathtaking French Alps. They are greeted by their landlord Patrick, a successful real estate developer and his beautiful wife Gladys, a perfect homemaker.  Because their home is not yet ready, Patrick puts them up in another house. But what begins as temporary housing soon turns into a series of moves from one place to the next, until Bruno … Continue reading

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Hereafter: Oct 22nd Clint Eastwood’s supernatural thriller

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Eastwood’s Hereafter weaves three different stories: there’s a reluctant Bay Area psychic, a London youngster grieving the death of his twin brother and a French journalist who was caught up in a tsunami, killed by the raging water and then revived after a strange, spectral experience. Speaking about the project, Eastwood stated: “It’s a spiritual story but there are no real religious connotations to it. The [major religions] are kind of unsatisfying to the kid … Continue reading

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Rare Exports: Evil Santa time! – new trailer

  You can checkout the new trailer for the Finnish Horror film Rare Exports which falls into a small fun twist of the Evil Santa!  Synopsis: In the depths of the Korvatunturi mountains, 486 metres deep, lies the closest ever guarded secret of Christmas. Can you guess what evil has been buried 500 meters deep all this time? It’s the favorite childhood hero old Saint Nick. Problem is hes a blood thirsty minion of evil … Continue reading

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Hisss: International preview!

There’s a 30-second trailer circulating on the web for Hisss and you can now watch it below. Jennifer Lynch directed this tale of a snake woman who ventures into civilization to retrieve her man who was captured in the jungle. The preview is great and shows of some of Robert Kurtzman’s creature FX. Still no word yet on a release date. I remember awhile ago this was in the news alot and then it faded … Continue reading

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The Speak: webisodes or playing with danger?

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The Speak was directed by Anthony Pierce is about a small crew making webisodes on the supernatural enter the most haunted hotel in the U.S. They perform The Speak – a ceremony to call the spirits. Naturally, the spirits come a-callin’. Tom Sizemore,l Kristina Anapau, Brett Donowho, Tina Casciani, Steven Nelson, Michael Klinger and Una Jo Blade all star in the flick which is currently in post production. Everytime I see Tom Sizemore I think … Continue reading

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Hidden: director problems continue

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Hidden had some serious changes since there were directors bailing out in the middle of post production and a very talented actress bolted. Director Mariano Baino gave arrowinthehead.com a little insight into the matter as he explains what really went down and why. Both Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni and I would like to clarify a couple of things regarding our involvement with HIDDEN 3D,” says Baino. “I co-wrote the original screenplay with the amazingly talented Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni. … Continue reading

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Pixel: rejected – too controversial for festivals?

(dreadcentral.com) Writer-director Jeff Angel dropped us a line looking to put the word out there that a two-minute trailer for his 45-minute short film Pixel is now online. According to Angel, multiple film festivals have rejected the short due to its controversial subject matter. Here office worker Nathan Gant has a dark secret, he likes to watch people being murdered online. A strange film studio located somewhere deep in the heart of eastern Europe by … Continue reading

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