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Film Review: The Night They Hit Back (short film) (2015)

SYNOPSIS: For Sonny, being the girl-obsessed deadbeat son of The Don is a thankless job. But when the world’s deceased begin to reanimate and devour the living during a hit-gone-wrong, being the heir apparent to The Don goes from a bad job to the WORST…JOB…EVER! REVIEW: More short films, kiddies! Today we have THE NIGHT THEY HIT BACK, written and …

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First trailer unveiled at Cannes for horror-sci/fi LANDING LAKE

After a successful market screening during the Cannes Marché Du Film, Filmablast and EuroObscura  present the first trailer for the upcoming British science fiction movie LANDING LAKE.  From the trailer it’s clear the intention of the director Cesare P. Libardi Di K. is to push the envelope for an extreme and bloody throw back to the science fiction movies of …

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Film Review: Psychos (2017)

SYNOPSIS: Three young women seek revenge against a sadistic predator. REVIEW: Psychos is a revenge film that darn near finds its footing, but ultimately fails to find much of anything worth noting. Of late, I’ve grown pathologically fixated on films’ opening scenes. I’ve proceeded to become nigh obsessive about cataloguing films in my mind based on those scenes. As a …

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Film Review: The Honeymoon Phase (short film) (2017)

SYNOPSIS: Struggling young lovers, Tom and Eve, must endure a 30 day scientific study. Room, board, $50,000 and a month alone together in research facility housing – what could possibly go wrong… REVIEW: More short films, kiddies! Although this isn’t a short film so much as a promo. Still, it’s interesting. I have a short promo for a PROJECT GREENLIGHT …

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Film Review: The Fisherman’s Wife (short film) (2016)

SYNOPSIS: When her estranged, fishing-obsessed husband goes missing, Becky’s search leads her face to face with an unspeakable horror. Will she survive the night? REVIEW: More short films, kiddies! Today we have THE FISHERMAN’S WIFE, written by Daniel Boddicker and Ben Leonberg, directed by Ben Leonberg. Our story opens on a fisherman named Frank (Stuart Rudin), doing a bit of …

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Zarjaz! An Art Tribute to 40 Years of 2000 AD!

Vice Press teams with 2000 AD and Thought Bubble Festival to celebrate 40 Years of the Galaxy’s Greatest comic with a Thrill-Powered gallery exhibition in Leeds featuring work by Earth’s mightiest artists and designers from comics and pop culture! Throughout September at The Gallery at Munro House on Duke Street, Leeds, Vice Press present a truly staggering display of original …

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Film Review: A Dark Song (2016)

SYNOPSIS: A determined young woman and a damaged occultist risk their lives and souls to perform a dangerous ritual that will grant them what they want. REVIEW: Grief is something that can drive people to do some rather crazy things, which is probably why it makes a good motivation for characters in horror films. When a person suffers a tragic …

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Film Review: Fool’s Errand (short film) (2016)

SYNOPSIS: Two hardened mercenaries get more then they bargained for when they attempt to steal a priceless amulet from the tomb of a dreaded Egyptian sorcerer. REVIEW: More short films, kiddies! Today we have FOOL’S ERRAND, written and directed by Chris Goodman. In this film, we meet two Indiana Jones-type explorers (played by Ian Cairns and Brady Powell) who have …

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Film Review: Evil Clutch (aka Il bosco 1) (1988)

SYNOPSIS: A couple camping out in the woods are terrorized by a demonic woman that may or may not  be some sort of succubus (complete with a clawed hand that shoots out of her ummmm…..private area….that she uses to maul certain parts of the male anatomy). REVIEW: I stayed over at a friend’s house one night back in the 90’s …

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FIRST LOOK at Horror Comedy CUTE LITTLE BUGGERS

Tony Jopia’s highly anticipated comedy-horror hybrid Cute Little Buggers has found a home with Uncork’d Entertainment and High Octane Pictures, respectively. Uncork’d has acquired rights to the film in U.S and Canada, while High Octane has the rest of the world. Described as Gremlins meets Hot Fuzz, the film sees hostile aliens crash-land on local farmland where they proceed to …

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Film Review: At Dawn They Sleep (2000)

SYNOPSIS: Stephen and Ian are ruthless drug lords who are in the middle of a war with their rival Billy Rae Douglas. One night Stephen and Ian escort two girls home with them whom actually seem to be stranger than they are. The next morning they wake up and the girls are gone and Stephen and Ian are not feeling …

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Horror/Thriller DESOLATION to World Premiere at LA Film Festival

Director Sam Patton has crafted a tense, emotionally charged psychological thriller about a grieving family’s worst nightmare in the woods In DESOLATION, on a trip into remote wilderness to scatter her late husband’s ashes, a mother, her son, and her best friend must confront their deepest fears when a lone hiker begins following them. The film will make its world premiere on Wednesday, …

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Film Review: Bethany (2017)

SYNOPSIS: Claire and her husband find themselves moving back into Claire’s childhood home only to have the abusive and traumatic memories of her mother come back to haunt her. As her husband starts to get more work, Claire finds herself mixed up in a fog of past and present with a mysterious figure haunting her memories. What is this small …

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