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Circle of Dust Completes Re-Releases of Entire Back Catalog Ahead of New Album

Circle of Dust, the 90s industrial / electronic-rock project created by visionary artist/producer Klayton, best known for his multi-genre project Celldweller, recently acquired back the rights to the project’s first 5 albums, released between 1992-1998. Now, after over 20 years in the vault, the entire Circle of Dust catalog (Self-Titled, Brainchild, Metamorphosis , Argyle Park – Misguided, and Disengage) has …

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A new extreme vision of the Bride of Frankenstein by Horrify Me

Throughout the year, the award-winning UK studio “Horrify Me” transforms clients into horrific zombies and vampires for dramatic portrait shoots as well as conducting commission work, but every Halloween they pull out all the stops and create a sensational project. Last Halloween, Horrify Me decided to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Cannibal Holocaust with a tribute shoot of the Impaled …

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List of Ghost Films

13 Ghosts – English (1960) 1408 – English (2007) An American Haunting – English (2006) Anak Pontianak – Malay (1958) Bangkok Haunted – Thai (2001) Beetlejuice – English (1988) Below – English (2002) Campfire Tales – English (1997) Candyman – English (1992) Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh – English (1995) Casper – English (1995) Dark Water – English (2005) Dark …

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American Murder Song Summons Sans to Dress for an American Wake

The star of Repo! The Genetic Opera and Songwriters of The Devil’s Carnival embark on a 30-city wagon trail with The American Wake Tour Cult film composers Terrance Zdunich and Saar Hendelman are no strangers to creating interactive fan events. With their movies, they pioneered a punk rock approach to storytelling and distribution, touring their musical films like rock concerts …

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LA based composer Eric Elick releases stunning industrial score

LA based composer Eric Elick releases stunning industrial score to Emma Dark’s epic short film SEIZE THE NIGHT. American composer Eric Elick has been making quite a buzz on the indie film scene recently. Having scored eight short films and a feature in just under two years with additional projects to be announced later this year, Eric now sees his …

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