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Daniel Stamm Signs On for MARTYRS Remake

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The LA Times is reporting that the producers of MARTYRS have nabbed director Daniel Stamm (THE LAST EXORCISM) to rework the popular French torture film for an American audience. Martyrs tells the story of two abused orphan girls, Lucie and Anna, who meet and become friends.

Fifteen years after she was kidnapped and subjected to prolonged torture, a mentally unstable Lucie seeks revenge on tormentors and pulls Anna along with her into a world … Continue reading

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Film Review: Until the Light Takes Us (2008)

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Taking viewers deep inside the notorious “Inner Circle” that promoted murder, suicide and church burning in the Norwegian black metal subculture of the 1990s, filmmakers Aaron Aites and Audrey Ewell offer up a nuanced and fascinating documentary. Rare footage and interviews with musicians — including Gylve “Fenriz” Nagell, Varg “Count Grishnackh” Vikernes and Jan Axel “Hellhammer” Blomberg — shed light on the controversial movement.

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Season Two of ‘The Walking Dead’ Won’t Feast on Viewer’s Brains Until October 2011

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The good: Frank Darabont will return to the director’s chair for thirteen episodes of the second season of AMC’s mega hit show ‘The Walking Dead.’ The bad: The show will probably not return for its second season until October 2011 as reported by The Hollywood Reporter. The reason for the pushback appears to be the large viewer draw that the channel gets with Fearfest, AMC’s annual horror movie marathon that airs every October and served … Continue reading

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Film Review: Under the Raven’s Wing (2007)

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A young filmmaker documents the murder confessions of three young women who seduce him into their strange world of spiritual “dimensions” and “transcendence.” The ringleader, Raven, holds everyone in her psychological grip, until her secret is exposed and a power struggle ensues.

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“Transcendence is a gift”

Often the signs of a low budget film are poor audio, half-baked script, bad acting and bad visuals. Even a … Continue reading

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Film Review: Walled in (2009)

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Young engineer Sam (Mischa Barton) is hired to oversee the demolition of a remote building. However, she learns that the architect, in a perversion of Egyptian mythology, buried people alive in the walls. As Sam works to unravel the mystery behind this awful place, she is haunted by the spirits of the victims — and the discovery that she may be next to die. Cameron Bright and Deborah Kara Unger … Continue reading

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Film Review: US Sinners (2007)

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A grown man living with his over-religious mother struggles to grasp the ability to function as a man and avoid his mothers grasp. When a female coworker tempts him but ultimately lets him down, hell hath no fury like a psycho scorned.

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The story opens with our subject Tom Connelly sleeping. A twisted little soul as it would seem is narrating a bit while an unidentified woman gives an … Continue reading

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Film Review: Malice in Wonderland (2009)

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An American law student in London. Knocked down by a black cab, she wakes with amnesia in a world that’s a million miles from home – Wonderland. We follow her adventures as she’s dragged through an underworld filled with twisted individuals and the lowest low-lifers, by the enigmatic cab driver, Whitey. She needs to find out who she is, where she’s from and use what wits she has left to … Continue reading

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The Grindhouse Film Festival: A Tribute to Brian Muir

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The Grind House Film Festival kicks off at the New Beverly Cinema on Tuesday, November 16th with showings of the films CRITTERS and THE CHILDREN. The film festival is being held to celebrate the life of writer Brian (Domonic) Muir and will roll the only complete 35mm print of the film CRITTERS since its original release. The print was rediscovered in Muir’s closet and will show more than two decades later to a whole new … Continue reading

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Pang Ho-cheung’s DREAM HOUSE Brings Nightmare Neighbors to IFC Midnight

IFC announced that the network has acquired the rights to air DREAM HOUSE, or Wai dor lei ah yut ho, a film by director Ho-Cheung Pang. DREAM HOUSE will air as a part of the IFC Midnight lineup.

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“Cheng Li-sheung is a young, upwardly mobile professional finally ready to invest in her first home. But when the deal falls through, she is forced to keep her dream alive – even if it … Continue reading

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Indie Horror Movie IN MEMORIUM Now Streaming

Written and directed by Amanda Gusack, IN MEMORIUM spent years in development and finally, after successful test views of the first fifteen minutes, the atmospheric film is now available for download on IndieFlix.com.

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“Two months after being diagnosed with terminal cancer, Dennis Wade, a struggling filmmaker, decides to document
his illness. Still free from symptoms, he and his girlfriend, Lily, sublet a house and install motion-triggered security
cameras throughout. Two days … Continue reading

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BAD BEHAVIOR Teaser Trailer

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“The weekend is about to kick off. With the ocean calm, the weather warm and the sun setting over the hills, two psychopathic siblings – Emma and Peterson, pit stop on their road trip of bloodshed at the sleepy beach-side town of Cecil Bay.

‘Bad Behaviour’ will have you on the precipice of intrigue as you are thrown into: Emma and Peterson’s encounter with their fierce predator and debt collector Voyte Parker, … Continue reading

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Disney Reveals First Teaser Poster for PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: ON STRANGER TIDES

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Disney gave fans a teasing look at their upcoming film PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: ON STRANGER TIDES with the release of the first teaser poster for the movie. At first glance there does not appear to be anything new in the traditional skull and cross bones logo that fans have come to know oh-so-well, but on closer inspection the grinning skull, that bears an uncanny likeness to that of Captain Jack Sparrow, is cast in … Continue reading

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Film Review: Whisper (2007)

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Wanting a fresh start with his fiancée, Roxanne (Sarah Wayne Callies), ex-con Max (Josh Holloway) decides to make one last score by kidnapping the young son of a wealthy woman. But the boy (Blake Woodruff) possesses mysterious mental powers, which he uses to creep inside the minds of others. Now, Max and his cohorts find themselves turning on one another with increasingly unpleasant results in this tense supernatural thriller.

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Film Review: War Wolves (2009)

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Fresh from the battlefields of the Middle East, vet Jake Gabriel (director Michael Worth) faces a new enemy as he struggles to suppress the werewolf within after having been cursed with lycanthropy during a gunfight. John Saxon plays a commander sent to the States to apprehend Gabriel before he can infect others — little knowing that a trio of female soldiers from Gabriel’s unit is already pursuing the wolf man … Continue reading

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A look at new posters for ‘The Rite’ and ‘Cowboys and Aliens’

New Line Cinema released a new poster for the upcoming film THE RITE. The film follows a skeptical American seminary student named Michael Kovak(Colin O’Donoghue) who travels to Italy to attend a special school so he can learn the art of exorcism. There he meets Father Lucas (Anthony Hopkins), a priest well versed in the art of expelling evil and O’Donoghue’s character quickly learns that there is much more to his religion than meets the … Continue reading

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Film Review: Vampeggedon (2010)

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Chased out of the old world, the dark vampire lord Giovanni flees to the American southwest where he sets up a new brood. Longshank, Brittan’s premier vampire slayer follows him here, and in a final confrontation in the Arizona desert both are killed. A hundred years later Melissa, a gorgeous, goth, lesbian college student, is obsessed with becoming a vampire and escaping her terrible home life. Along with her four … Continue reading

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Book Review: Charnel Wine – Author Richard Gavin

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Charnel Wine by: Richard Gavin

“Richard Gavin’s debut collection was one of Horror’s sleeper hits of 2004. The rapid sell-out of its entire print run resulted in Charnel Wine becoming a highly sought-after title among connoisseurs of weird fiction.

Dark Regions Press is proud to present Charnel Wine: Memento Mori Edition, which contains the original collection in its entirety as well as four previously unpublished tales, a new … Continue reading

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WITCHES PLAYGROUND “First Look” Trailer Exclusive

Dead of Night Films Brings Old School Horror & Horror Icons Back to the Big Screen with WITCHES PLAYGROUND

ST. LOUIS: The highly anticipated “First Look” trailer for WITCHES PLAYGROUND airs today exclusively on GeekTyrant. Dead of Night Films recently lensed a teaser trailer to give investors a look into the concept for the upcoming film to raise awareness, heighten interest and attract investors to the project. GeekTyrant has been teasing the premiere of this … Continue reading

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‘The Thing’ Remake Gets Release Date Shuffle

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There are numerous reasons why the release date for any film in progress or finished has to be pushed back or forward. But for The Thing remake, their reason for date change is because additional photography has to be dealt with first on the set. According to sources close to the production, the filmmakers have a cut of the movie and they are now hoping to use this next round of photography to enhance existing … Continue reading

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MTV’s ‘Teen Wolf’ Series Launches Teaser Trailer

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MTV’s reinventing the 1985 cult classic Teen Wolf that featured original wolf member Michael J. Fox by turning it into a television series and the teaser trailer for the series has hit the web.

Below is a breakdown of the three male leads in the series that include Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, and Tyler Hoechlin.

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School of Rock Screenwriter To Direct ‘Pride & Prejudice & Zombies’

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Lionsgate has confirmed that Mike White, who wrote School of Rock and Nacho Libre, both starring Jack Black, will be at the helm of the Seth Grahame-Smith’s re-interpretation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Zombies that features heroine Elizabeth Bennet. Natalie Portman still rumored to be the producer behind the film, however there’s still no cast members yet.

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is a 2009 novel by Seth Grahame-Smith. It is a … Continue reading

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