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Film Review: American Scumbags (2016)

SYNOPSIS: American Scumbags is the new full length feature by Denver filmmaker Dakota Bailey. The film features three interconnected stories revolving around heroin addicted drug dealer/hitman Johnny (Dakota Bailey), sadistic psychopath convict Billy (Darrien Fawkes) and drug kingpin Chester (Fred Epstein). The film takes the viewer into a seedy underworld where crime and drugs rule. REVIEW: What makes a movie, …

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THE BELKO EXPERIMENT – Original Motion Picture – Details!

(March 6, 2017 – Los Angeles, CA) – Lakeshore Records will release THE BELKO EXPERIMENT – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack digitally and on CD on March 17, 2017. The album contains original music by Tyler Bates (JOHN WICK, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY).  Currently available digitally is the single “California Dreamin’ (Latin)” performed by Gabriela Terán.  On February 10, the label …

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The Crossbreed – Full cast has been revealed!

Turkish director, executive producer and script writer Biray Dalkiran’s first Hollywood movie “The Crossbreed” has been announced a few months ago. Succesful director was working on the project and aggregating the crew and the cast of the movie in Los Angeles. Shooting has been started in February and full cast has been finally revealed. Angela Durazo, Nathan Schellerup, Malinda Farrington …

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Trailer: Castle Rock (2017)

Castle Rock is a new Hulu series from Stephen King and executive producer J.J. Abrams, who all previously teamed for the time travel series 11.22.63, and a new teaser drops the names of plenty of famous characters and locations from the world of Stephen King’s most famous stories.

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Interview: Brian Raetz (Pitchfork)

Brian Raetz took time to speak with me for a Horrornews.net exclusive. Brian stars as Hunter Killian in PITCHFORK, written and directed by Glenn Douglas Packard. You did an excellent job in PITCHFORK. How did you get involved with this project? Brian: I was living in Chicago the summer before we filmed it. I was heading back home to Michigan …

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Film Review: Stille Nacht (1969)

SYNOPSIS: A Materialaktion (an art performance/happening in which objects are used to create an art piece) by Viennese Aktionist Otto Muehl. The setting is a solemn Christmas celebration REVIEW: Austrian artist and filmmaker Otto Muehl was the co-founder of, and one of the main participants in, the Viennese Actionism “movement” (see also Gunter Brus, Kurt Kren, Hermann Nitsch, and others). …

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Trailer: The Void (2016) Extended

In the middle of a routine patrol, officer Daniel Carter happens upon a blood-soaked figure limping down a deserted stretch of road. He rushes the young man to a nearby rural hospital staffed by a skeleton crew, only to discover that patients and personnel are transforming into something inhuman. As the horror intensifies, Carter leads the other survivors on a …

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Film Review: Firestarter (1984)

SYNOPSIS: A father and daughter are on the run from the government, the duo isn’t in trouble for tax evasion though…you see Andy and Charlie are special. Due to experiments conducted on Andy during his college days he is now a telekinetic, Charlie his daughter is more dangerous however since she is a pyrokinetic. The government wants to capture the …

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Film Review: 6/64: Mama und Papa (Materialaktion Otto Muhl) (short film) (1964)

SYNOPSIS: A short and EXPLICIT art film from Otto Mühl and Kurt Kren. REVIEW: Kurt Kren, the director of 6/64: Mama und Papa (Materialaktion Otto Muhl), is quite an interesting figure. He was an Austrian avant-garde filmmaker, involved in creating a series of experimental films over the years. He became a part of the early punk scene in Houston, Texas, …

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Trailer: Feral (2016)

A wild animal attacks six medical students on a weekend hike in the woods. One by one, they become infected with a “feral disease”, turning them into rabid, bloodthirsty creatures, and the vacation becomes a nightmare as they fight to survive each other

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Interview: Julie Zhan (Comfort)

Please tell us how you got involved in this project? (Comfort) Chris Dinh, Comfort’s very talented leading man, called me up one day, told me to come help read a script out loud, and then I jumped in his jeep and we went on a road trip to find Will. I fell in love with the script, they said “thank …

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Film Review: Poltergeist III (1988)

SYNOPSIS: Carol Anne is staying with her aunt in a highrise building, and the supernatural forces that have haunted her previously follow her there. REVIEW: We live in a golden age for independent film making, as least in the sense that it’s easier than ever to get a movie made.  I remember when I was in college, I spent a …

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Film Review: Wizardly Wickedly Weeping (short film) (2016)

SYNOPSIS: A Wizard and Demon learn to let go of the past. REVIEW: More short films, Kiddies! Today we have WIZARDLY WICKEDLY WEEPING, written and directed by Josh Owen. This film is a little different from my usual fare. Some interesting background came up while researching it – According to a site called Film Freeway, Mr. Owen is a graduate …

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