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Interview: Tami Stronach (The Never-Ending Story)

“It was such a special story.” Tami talking about “The Never-Ending Story.” It is such an honor to speak with you. I absolutely loved “Never-Ending Story” and grew up watching it. Tami: Thank you. How does it feel to be talking about this legendary film thirty years later? Tami: It is crazy. It’s been thirty years. I cannot believe we …

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Interview: Tom Constabile – Director (Voodoo)

You wrote and directed VOODOO, what type of challenges did you face? Tom- Time! To write a script is an accomplishment in itself. To actually go into production, get it done and wrapped, then finish post-production, get it released, find a distributor, and then get a theater to pick it up. To take it from point A to point Z …

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Film Review: Clinical (2017)

  SYNOPSIS: A psychiatrist tries to put her life back together after a violent attack by seeking to repair the life of a new patient, but he has his own terrifying history. REVIEW: Alistair Legrand’s previous film, The Diabolical, was an enjoyable unpacking of haunted house tropes colliding with sci-fi sensibilities. Admittedly, it lived or died depending on how much …

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Film Review: Frozen Scream (1975)

SYNOPSIS: After the death of her husband a woman stumbles onto a weird conspiracy involving a pair of demented doctors trying to discover the key to immortality. Before you know it the corpses of the people they are experimenting on are up walking around and trying to kill anyone unlucky enough to come into contact with them. REVIEW: On paper …

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Film Review: Delirium (1979)

SYNOPSIS: A deranged killer (that looks like a cracked out Seth Macfarlane) is stalking the streets of St. Louis, taking out a number of unfortunate women that he happens to come into contact with. When the cops spring into action to stop him they discover that he is just part of something a lot darker and even though they may …

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Film Review: Dark Seduction (2015)

SYNOPSIS: A hard-boiled love triangle between a private eye and two bloodsucking dames. REVIEW: Dark Seduction director Greg Travis has been an actor since the age of twelve, before directing four films, and he also has a part in this movie. This film is shot in black and white, but it’s not a beautiful , artsy black and white. It’s …

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Film Review: Cat Sick Blues (2015)

  SYNOPSIS: When Ted’s beloved cat dies, the trauma triggers a mental breakdown. His broken brain prompts him to bring his feline friend back – all he needs is nine human lives. REVIEW: Before I watched this film, I had hopes that it would be something like that youtube video that went viral last year of the guy wearing the …

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Cage – Amazon Prime – April 3, 2017

SIXTY6MEDIAFILM presents ‘CAGE’ Available on Amazon Prime from 3rd April 2017 Cage follows Gracie Blake (Lucy Jane Quinlan), a Seattle based chat line worker, who following the decision to meet a new client, finds herself waking up in a cage, in a warehouse, somewhere in America. At first Gracie struggles to understand her situation, yet soon realises she needs to …

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THE CHAMBER – March Release

ON DVD, BLU-RAY AND DIGITAL DOWNLOAD 20TH MARCH 2017 The Chamber is a claustrophobic survival thriller set beneath the Yellow Sea where the pilot of a small submersible craft and a three-man Special Ops team become trapped underwater in a fight for survival. Features gripping performances from Johannes Kuhnke (Force Majeure) and Charlotte Salt (The Musketeers), playing the pilot and …

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PEELERS – A GOOEY, GORY CLASSIC Release

From Sevé Schelenz, director of Skew, comes the gooey, gory instant classic Peelers premiering on VOD this March. Wren Walker, Caz Odin Darko and Madison J. Loos star in “a pretty damn fun trip” (Dread Central) that ‘’any horror fan is going to love from start to finish” (HEAVY Magazine). Former baseball player Blue Jean Douglas is closing down her …

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Trailer: Chicago Rot (2017)

After years of rotting in Joliet, Les, a wrongfully imprisoned street legend known as “The Ghoul”, is released into a mad search through Chicago’s back alleys for the man who slaughtered his mother and robbed him of his soul. Aided by mysterious benefactors, he must delve beneath the city into a modern labyrinth of gutters whose tendrils have grown deep …

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