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LA based composer Eric Elick releases stunning industrial score

LA based composer Eric Elick releases stunning industrial score to Emma Dark’s epic short film SEIZE THE NIGHT. American composer Eric Elick has been making quite a buzz on the indie film scene recently. Having scored eight short films and a feature in just under two years with additional projects to be announced later this year, Eric now sees his …

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Bruce Campbell Horror Film Festival Announces Full Lineup, August 18-21

Bruce Campbell Horror Film Festival Announces Full Lineup, Closing night film Siren, Last Fan Standing Game Show, & Guest of Honor Barbara Crampton for Festival, August 18-21 In Chicago Presented by STARZ Original Series ‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’, in conjunction with Wizard World Comic Con Bruce Campbell’s Horror Film Festival today announced the full lineup for its third annual festivities …

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International Horror Festival (IHFF) Announces First 11 films

 The International Horror Festival (IHFF) has announced the first 11 films that will screen in the 2016 festival.    The festival will feature the world premieres of Scott B. Hansen’s The Possession Experiment and Gedeon Burkhard’s The Key, the U.S. premiere of Shawn Burkett’s Don’t Fuck in the Woods, and the New York premieres of Hannah Mcpherson’s Sickhouse, The Butcher Brothers’ A Beginner’s Guide to Snuff, …

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L.A.’s Infamous Witchstep/Deathtronic Duo LUNA 13 Unleash Their New Album!

  Los Angeles, CA – With keyboards fed through distortion pedals and sinister vocals by frontwoman Lilith Bathory, Luna 13 are one of the most brutal electronic projects on Lucifer’s green earth. Already a mainstay in L.A.’s notorious club scene, this duo perform their mesmerizing stage show, complete with black masks, blood red capes, and devil horns, before enraptured audiences …

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Russian Female Director Crowdfunds Film Noir with Reverse Chronology, “The Lightest Darkness”

Moscow, Russian Federation – Award-winning Russian filmmaker Diana Galimzyanova turns to the crowd to fund her debut feature, the first ever female-directed Russian film noir with reverse chronology, “The Lightest Darkness“. The film is currently in the midst of an IndieGoGo campaign to raise $35,000 to cover the costs associated with the production of the movie. Inspired by the pioneer …

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Music Review: Grown Below – The Long Now

Album cover: Grown Below - The Long Now

Genre-defining albums have sprinkled metal’s history with those few releases that transcend what’s been done before. Metallica’s Kill ‘Em All taught us metal could be heavy and still be rock and roll, Quiot Riot’s Metal Health ushered in a decade of hair bands, and Nirvana’s Nevermind killed that decade with a single song. More recently, Amorphis gave us Skyforger and …

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