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The Rig: DVD art and details

Beverly Hills, CA – The ocean can be amazing, mesmerizing and beautiful. But for a small group of oil riggers stranded miles offshore, they will soon discover the ocean also holds unimaginable terror. On October 5th, Anchor Bay Entertainment will release the horror thriller The Rig starring William Forsythe (Rob Zombie’s Halloween, The Devil’s Rejects, “Masters of Horror: We All …

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Comedy With Bite

I’ve recently completed a review for Mel Brooks’ 1995 film Dracula: Dead And Loving It, which takes a few lame swipes at Nosferatu (1922), Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) and Horror Of Dracula (1958), but seldom veers off into the slew of newer vampire movies, including Interview With The Vampire (1994). The problem with this approach is that sending-up old vampire …

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Film Review: Alien (1979)

SYNOPSIS: “When a mining ship lands on a planet to investigate upon a suspected SOS, the entire crew are unaware of the terror which they would unleash upon their ship. When a alien life-form attaches itself to the face of a crew member, the rest of the team act fast to try and separate the two organisms. Unbeknown to everyone, …

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Film Review: Alice Sweet Alice (1976)

SYNOPSIS: “Alice Spages is a withdrawn twelve-year-old girl who lives with her mother, Catherine, and her younger sister, Karen. Karen gets most of the attention from her mother, and Alice is often left out of the spotlight. But when Karen is found brutally murdered in a church before her first holy communion, all suspicions are turned towards Alice. But is …

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Throwing Stones: New Teen Web Series – photos

Writer/Producer Bart Van Bemmel here from Highland Myst Entertainment/Throwing Stones Productions. I wanted to send you some information about our upcoming teen horror web series called THROWING STONES that is currently filming in Dallas, Texas that stars LINDSAY SIEDEL (The Final), CHERAMI LEIGH (The Mist, Fast Food Nation, HBO’s Temple Grandin), REBEKAH KENNEDY (upcoming horror features House Hunting, Blood is …

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Beastly: theaters March 18, 2011

Kyle Kingson, a teen who has it all — looks, intelligence, wealth and opportunity — and a wicked cruel streak. Prone to mocking and humiliating “aggressively unattractive” classmates, he zeroes in on Goth classmate Kendra, inviting her to the school’s extravagant environmental bash. Kendra accepts, and, true to form, Kyle blows her off in a particularly savage fashion. She retaliates …

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Dracula Reborn: the bloodletting continues!

In this contemporary take on a beloved classic set against the landscape of modern-day Los Angeles Victoia Summer plays Lina. The film is produced and directed by Ray Haboush (“The Last House on the Left”) and is being distributed by Halcyon International Pictures. Miss Summer says the following… “When I read the script for the first time, I thought how …

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Nothing to Fear: but doppelgangers?

Michael Korbic’s flick Nothing to Fear was written by Mr.Leonardo Barthel. It tells of an excursion in the woods that leads to the destruction of an archaic statue and doppelgangers. They only thing we have is that synopsis and the trailer you can put your creeping peepers below. [dailymotion]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xeb9a0_nothing-to-fear-trailer_shortfilms[/dailymotion] Dopplegangers huh,well will they be like shape shifters or will they …

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Knights of Badassdom: now there’s a title!

A huge group of dedicated, costumed LARP-ers (Live Action Role-Players) , dressed like knights, elves & various characters, who give up their cell phones and take to the woods for the Central New Jersey Knights of Badassdom Adventure Society, where they are set to re-enact a dungeons and dragons scenario right out of the mythical Middle Ages. After being dumped …

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American Werewolf in London Remake: Moves Forward

The LA Times announced that The Weinstein Company are moving forward with a remake of the classic werewolf tale and are looking to Phillips to get it on paper. Fernley Phillips who penned 23 is now involed. The classic John Landis film focused on a U.S. tourist who believes he’s being hunted by a werewolf. We all know that their …

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Book Review: Futile Efforts – Author Tom Piccirilli

  Futile Efforts By Tom Piccirilli Published: 2010 Publisher: Cemetery Dance Publications Cost: $40 “The dog is chewing into his chest, about to crack through the breastbone and get to the thick meat of his heart inside. Lash took the little bastard in because it was shivering under an abandoned Chevy with six saturated tickets beneath a busted wiper, rain …

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Sundance Channel is rolling ahead

The 2010 season of Asia Extreme includes the U.S. television premieres of five films from South Korea: The Restless, Shadows in the Palace, Tazza: The High Rollers, Voice, and The Wig. The new season of Asia Extreme premieres on August 7 at 12:00 midnight ET/PT. In addition to their on-air presentations, the five premieres will be among the thirteen Asia …

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Fringe: TV Show News update 08.5.10

Comic- Con 2010 It’s that time of the year where the main-stream medis gets a glimpse at geeekdom in all its cos-play glory! Yes, it’s time for Comic-Con 2010. And like all other things awesome Fringe maintained a strong presence. A few videos are starting to float out, some from the panel others interviews from the convention floor. We’ll keep …

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Film Review: Cowboy Killer (2008)

SYNOPSIS: A cowboy from the old west strolls into a small town for one last hurrah causing havoc and forcing locals to take their own action. Roy Thompson, a cowboy from the old west has ventured across the country and set up camp in a small town. This Midwestern drifter searches for a genteel lady to accompany him in one …

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Film Review: Paul McCartney Really Is Dead (2010)

Paul McCartney Really Is Dead:  The Last Testament of George Harrison (2010) SYNOPSIS: In the summer of 2005, a package arrived at the Hollywood offices of Highway 61 Entertainment from London with no return address. Inside were two mini-cassette audio tapes dated December 30, 1999 and labeled THE LAST TESTAMENT OF GEORGE HARRISON. A voice identical to Harrison tells a …

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Film Review: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Master sorcerer Balthazar Blake recruits an average joe to defend the Earth from his arch-nemesis, Maxim Horvath. REVIEW:  Here I am again my little acolytes with the lowdown on “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”. The latest film from the seemingly tied at the waist team of director Jon Turtletaub & Nicholas Cage. It seems that Nick’s only hit films over the …

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