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Horror star Lindsay Lohan (Black Friday 3D) Tweets to eat!

Just coming in from a recent article in Gorezone magazine, it looks like famed tabloid  star Lindsay Lohan is now in a social media frenzy to keep her celebrity lifestyle in check by selling ads on her Twitter account. In this article it also reports that Lindsay is getting anywhere from $2,985 and $10,000 to promote products to her more than …

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Film Review: Dracula (1931) Review 2

SYNOPSIS: After a harrowing ride through the Carpathian mountains in eastern Europe, Renfield enters castle Dracula to finalize the transferral of Carfax Abbey in London to Count Dracula, who is in actuality a vampire. Renfield is drugged by the eerily hypnotic count, and turned into one of his thralls, protecting him during his sea voyage to London. After sucking the …

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Film Review: Disturbed (2007)

SYNOPSIS: After helping to convict a deranged killer and rapist, the Fontaine family rests easy. But terror soon reigns when the serial murderer escapes and returns for revenge. Now, their worst nightmare is at their door. But his attack turns one of the hunted into the hunter — with a thirst for revenge of her own. Randy Aldridge directs this …

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Film Review: District 9 (2009)

SYNOPSIS: When aliens land on Earth, global business conglomerate Multi-National United forces them into rigid containment zones where they are compelled to labor, even as MNU commandeers their otherworldly technology for profit. As tensions build between human and non-human races, a rogue agent leads a resistance movement against MNU’s ruthless consolidation of power. Neill Blomkamp directs this cinema verité-style sci-fi …

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Film Review: The Donner Party (2009)

SYNOPSIS: A group of settlers making their way from Missouri to California soon find themselves trapped in the snowbound wilderness of Nevada. Running low on food, a small expedition sets out to find a stockpile of food only to discover that it doesn’t exist. Stuck out in the middle of nowhere with no food the group turns to cannibalism in …

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Twilight Saga – Breaking Dawn: Steamy Honeymoon Photos Surface

For Twilight fans everywhere, here’s an exclusive sneak peak of some steamy photos during Bella & Edwards honeymoon scene in Breaking Dawn. Over Thanksgiving the director, Bill Condon, teased fans with a separate shot from the scene in question of Bella’s hand clutching some feathers. And he also had this to say about the scene. “It’s one of the most …

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AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 2 Coming In July?

According to a statement released from sources close to AMC, “It was a decision from AMC that they wanted to position us in July, along with Mad Men. And I believe they’re going to put Walking Dead in July as well. I think it’s just a sensible thing — they want to attract as many eyeballs as possible, away from …

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Brand New ‘Drive Angry 3D’ TV Spot

Starring Amber Hearst and Nicholas Cage, Drive Angry heats up the web with another TV Spot featurette that shows some intense action sequences are bound to make you wanna drive angry. Drive Angry 3D hits theaters everywhere February 25th. Plot: A vengeful father chases after the men who killed his daughter. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pL73_pG1IMc[/youtube]

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Luis Buñuel

While the commercial form of genre cinema was being shaped, first in Germany in the twenties and then Hollywood in the thirties, it was receiving a rather different kind of input from several non-commercial intellectual filmmakers in Europe. Yet it was not so very long before the influence of the artistic movement of surrealism was making its way into the …

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Book Review: Shrine – Author James Herbert

James Herbert O.B.E (see, even Her Majesty likes horror) is the UK’s Stephen King. He’s a man who almost single-handedly dragged the genre screaming and kicking back into the mainstream from the dark cupboard under the publishing stairs where it had been hiding – in the UK at least. His novels have sold millions across the world and have been …

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Film Review: Sister Smile (2001)

SYNOPSIS: Back in late 1963, a Belgian nun known only as Soeur Sourire, or Sister Smile, topped America’s pop music charts with the relentlessly cheerful tune “Dominique,” from an album that sold 1.5 million copies. From the little that is known of the ill-fated nun’s life, Roger Deutsch has made the boldly speculative yet persuasive Italian-language film “Suor Sorriso” in …

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