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‘South Mountain’ New poster – dark forces plague missionary hike


“South Mountain” is Directed by Charlie Ruckus and stars Kevin Chandler and Heiko Spieker.

Synopsis: Ruckus Productions’ first feature film “South Mountain” is destined for instant cult status! Follow brothers Enoch (Kevin Chandler) and John (Heiko Spieker) as they hike into the forest of South Mountain, PA on a mission from God. When the duo loses their way, they soon find themselves plagued by dark forces and must survive not just … Continue reading

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Black and Blue films launches 4Digital Media DVD label

Leading independent film company Black & Blue Films is launching its own UK DVD label in association with 4Digital Media that will handle all sales and distribution through Metrodome. The first film released will be Martin Kemp’s directorial debut Stalker starring Jane March and Colin Salmon.

In addition to releasing some of Black & Blue’s own productions, the label will be actively seeking third party product that compliments the Black & Blue house style. Black … Continue reading

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Insidious – years scariest box office hit comes to Bluray


Described as the “the scariest horror film since Poltergeist” (Jason Bene,, the hair-raising horror film Insidious debuts on Blu-ray™ and DVD July 12th from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Patrick Wilson (Lakeview Terrace, The A Team, Little Children), Rose Byrne (Bridesmaids, upcoming: X-Men: First Class) and Barbara Hershey (Black Swan) star in the frightening story of a family looking to prevent evil spirits from trapping their comatose child in a mysterious realm … Continue reading

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Film Review: Fall Down Dead (2007)



It’s Christmas in the big city and this Christmas comes with the unwanted gift of rolling blackouts. Adding to the holiday stress and taking full advantage of the darkness the blackouts bring is the Picasso Killer, a serial killer who incorporates the flesh of his victims in to his grisly works of art. But now the Picasso Killer has seen Christie, a single mother with dreams of living in the … Continue reading

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Devils, space ninjas, and giant bears not-so-creatively named Kuma to choose from are only scraping the surface of the fighters to choose from in NamcoBandai’s popular video game fighter series. Throw into the mix family bloodline drama, feuding assassin sisters, and fighting blocks of wood and it could honestly be said that the TEKKEN franchise has it all. With the introduction of new characters in each game following the storyline for each one can get … Continue reading

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Trailer: Daylight (2010)

Trailer: Daylight (2010)

A harrowing psychological thriller from a widely acclaimed filmmaker, Daylight pits a couple lost in America against a conniving gang of kidnappers, in David Barker’s rigorous and personal re-imagining of the genre film.

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‘Alice: Madness Returns’ Launch Trailer

American McGee’s Alice has long been heralded as a gaming masterpiece for its visually stunning characters and intricate storyline. In the first game, the story followed a young girl named Alice whose parents mysteriously perish in a fire. Throughout Alice’s journey it is revealed that Wonderland represents the girl’s fractured psyche.

In order to reclaim control of her own mind and restore order to the turbulent Wonderland, Alice must battle her way through a … Continue reading

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‘The Reverend’ wraps shoot – Rutger plays devil


The Reverend Shooting wraps and three new stills are released!
Shooting has finally wrapped on ‘The Reverend’, just as Neil Jones’s previous feature film ‘Risen’ is released on DVD in the UK.

The movie recently wrapped filming in Cardiff, with the director Neil Jones saying he was thrilled with the footage: “It was a tough 5 week shoot, with plenty of night shoots, but the crew were superb and the … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Guide to Martial Arts Movies of the 1970s: 500+ Films Loaded With Action, Weapons and Warriors (book)

The Ultimate Guide to Martial Arts Movies of the 1970s dives deep into the decade that brought martial arts cinema to the masses.

This dynamic guide launches into “martialogies” of 500-plus films, including such classics as Five Deadly Venoms, The Big Boss, Drunken Master, and the Lone Wolf and Cub series. Each martialogy is filled with humor and contains a concise plot summary, behind-the-scenes reel and real history, fight statistics, insights … Continue reading

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Early J.J. Abrams releases: ‘Nightbeast’ and ‘Blood, Boobs and Beast’

Before J.J. Abrams hit box office gold with “Super 8,” “Star Trek” and “Cloverfield”, there was “Nightbeast.”

Troma Entertainment’s “Nightbeast” was directed by the late Don Dohler, a true independent filmmaker, who helped a young J.J. Abrams get his start. Years later, Abrams created “Lost”, whose star Jorge Garcia, also got his start with Troma’s “Tales From The Crapper.” When Abrams was interviewed for Troma’s “Blood, Boobs and Beast,” a documentary on Dohler’s life and … Continue reading

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‘Strigoi’ – Ancient myth with comedic flair


Critically Acclaimed Vampire Comedy “Strigoi” Coming to DVD in August

 Breaking Glass Pictures will release director Faye Jackson’s vampire tale “Strigoi: The Undead” on DVD August 2 under the Vicious Circl Films label. The dark comedy follows the quirky inhabitants of a Romanian village who learn that there are vampires among them.

After failing to start a life of his own, 20-something Vlad is forced to move back to his … Continue reading

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‘The Coffin’ – Thai box office phenomenon this August


Thai Horror Blockbuster ‘The Coffin’ Coming Stateside this August

June 20, 2011 – Philadelphia, PA — Breaking Glass Pictures will release the Thai horror film “The Coffin” on DVD August 30 under the Vicious Circle Films label. Based on a real-life ritual and shot partially on ancient Thai spiritual grounds, “The Coffin” was a box office phenomenon in Thailand, breaking records for highest grossing Thai film of all time upon its release.

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‘Exit 33′ – new Kane Hodder slasher film


Kane Hodder Slasher Film ‘Exit 33’ Finds Distribution with Breaking Glass Pictures

Philadelphia, PA — Breaking Glass Pictures will release director Tommy Brunswick’s horror film “Exit 33” on DVD August 2 under the company’s Vicious Circle Films label. The film stars genre legend Kane Hodder (Jason Voorhees of the “Friday the 13th” series) as a backwoods gas station owner who captures and tortures a group of unlucky travelers.

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‘Asylum Seekers’ Insane dark comedy arrives


Rania Ajami’s Dark Comedy “Asylum Seekers” Coming to DVD in August

June 20, 2011 – Philadelphia, PA — Breaking Glass Pictures will release director Rania Ajami’s debut film “Asylum Seekers” on DVD August 30 under the Vicious Circle Films label. The surreal dark comedy depicts six strangers competing for admittance into a luxurious mental asylum where only one empty bed remains.

Work, deadlines, family, terrorism, information overload … As … Continue reading

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Film Review: Death Hunter – Werewolves vs. Vampires (2010)



When his wife is abducted by a group of blood-thirsty Vampires, John Croix is left to die in a forgotten region of the desert. It is here where an unspeakable evil exists. Now, by no choice of his own, Croix will come face-to-face with the most terrifying creatures of the night. Still a man, but possessing all the strength and power of a werewolf when the moon is out, Croix … Continue reading

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Film Review: My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009)



Tom (Ackles) returns to his hometown on the tenth anniversary of the Valentine’s night massacre that claimed the lives of 22 people. Instead of a homecoming, however, Tom finds himself suspected of committing the murders, and it seems like his old flame (King) is the only one will believes he’s innocent.


My Bloody Valentine, some of you might be too young to remember the first one. That’s ok, it … Continue reading

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