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Trailer: Attack of the Werewolves (2011) UK

Trailer: Attack of the Werewolves (2011) UK After 15 years, Tomas, a not very succesfull writer, comes back to the village in Galicia where his family comes from, Arga, apparently to get an award. But he doesn’t know the real reason why he is there, to end with an old curse that is been haunting the village for the last ...

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Trailer: The Dead Girl Project (2012)

Trailer: The Dead Girl Project (2012) When local high school girl Dana Barker is found dead, her small town handles the tragedy in different ways. But, unbeknownst to her family, friends, and enemies, Dana’s death is anything but ordinary. Written & Directed by: Yonas Michael Director of Photography: Evin Fowler Assistant Director: Jesse Brooks Co-Producers: Jennifer Mardis & Andrew Mixon ...

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American Horror Story Murder House App!


Uncover the Terrors of Your Neighborhood Reveal the Murder Houses in Your Area in new American Horror Story Murder House App also American Horror Story Season 1 Hits Blu-ray & DVD on Sept., 25 Check out the brand new American Horror Story Murder House app! This is an interactive exploration of famous murder houses in fans’ neighborhoods. The twist is ...

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Comic Review: Frankenstein Alive, Alive! – Issue 1


Issue: Frankenstein Alive, Alive! #1 Writer: Steve Niles Artist: Bernie Wrightson Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: May 2012 Price: $3.99 “Few works by comic-book artists have earned the universal acclaim and reverence that Bernie Wrightson’s illustrated version of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s Frankenstein was met with upon its original release in 1983. Nearly 30 years later, Wrightson returns to his passion ...

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Screenvision Brings 1978 Halloween back to Screen!

SCREENVISION TEAMS UP WITH COMPASS INTERNATIONAL PICTURES AND TRANCAS INTERNATIONAL FILMS TO BRING JOHN CARPENTER’S “HALLOWEEN” BACK TO CINEMAS THIS OCTOBER Screenvision, a national leader in cinema advertising sales, services and content distribution, has teamed up with Compass International Pictures and Trancas International Films to bring John Carpenter’s immortal 1978 classic, “Halloween,” back to the big screen. This nationwide release, ...

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Trailer: Eat (2012) Teaser

Trailer: Eat (2012) Teaser The zombie apocalypse is upon us. During the initial onslaught of the undead, a struggling father packs up what is left of his family and hits the road in his ’68 Barracuda. After two years of misery on the road, they happen upon a seemingly abandoned and secure rural junkyard. They stop for shelter and car ...

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Monster Pictures, the genre distribution label that brought the controversial ‘HUMAN CENTIPEDE’ films to the UK, today (18 July 2012) announced that it will be expanding its distribution plans for the UK. The company, owned by Bounty Films, is building a slate of 20 new films for UK theatrical and home entertainment release over the next year, and has appointed ...

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The 11 Most Iconic Horror Movie Costumes


These are some of the most enduring faces of horror, characters that have had an onslaught of sequels, remakes and imitators. The characters are so pervasive in our cultural awareness that they’re not just movie icons but Halloween favourites too. Michael Myers If we’re talking Halloween then we can’t start with anyone but Michael Myers. This soulless sociopath rears his ...

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Film Review: A Night in the Woods (2011)


SYNOPSIS: After Brody, his girlfriend Kerry and her estranged cousin Leo go camping in the dense forest in the United Kingdom bizarre occurrences begin to unfold tearing at the very fabric of their questionable cohesion and sanity. REVIEW: Directed by: Richard Parry Starring: Scoot McNairy, Anna Skellern, Andrew Hawley Arguably A Night In The Woods is a rip off of ...

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Interview: Michael Rooker (The Walking Dead)


Janel: THE WALKING DEAD is one of the best shows on television; did you think the show would become as successful as it is? Michael Rooker –No… no way. I’m glad it did, of course, but I had no idea Middle America would be so willing to accept zombie heads exploding on their television sets! It makes me very happy ...

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