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Savage County: Twitter Commentary

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October 6, 2010 MTV Horror movie SAVAGE COUNTY premieres on MTV2, Thursday, October 07, 2010 at 11pm (10c), director David Harris will be online, offering a live director’s commentary via twitter: http://twitter.com/holycowboy under the #SavageCounty tag. Harris will remain online for a Q&A during the West Coast airing. In the film, a reclusive family of murderers seeks vengeance on a group of young mischief makers after an innocent prank turns deadly. Initially conceived as a … Continue reading

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Interview: Eric Marciak (S&Man)

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A little while ago I blessed all of you with a review of one disturbingly good movie called “S&MAN” & now I have had the great pleasure to interview the Star of the film Mr. Eric Marciak. Here’s what he had to say about the himself, the film & a litany of other subjects:

The Black Saint: First of all, how are you doing today?

Eric Marciak: Fine! I’m doing alright.

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Book Review: Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter – Author Brain P. Easton

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The werewolf. Simply put a monster of legend that has been, for the most part, ignored in modern horror. Vampires are all the rage in current pop culture leaving a void where the lycanthrope should be right along side them. Brain P. Easton remedies the lack of werewolves in new dark fiction with a vengeance in his amazing new novel ‘Autobiography of a Werewolf’.

The story starts with the main character, Sylvester … Continue reading

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Interview: Nim Vind

Vancouver Canada’s Nim Vind is possibly the best band to be widely overlooked by the indie elite — at least up till now, as they finally gain college radio play across North America. Nim Vind, along with brothers Anthiny Kilz and Rob Kirkham, plus Joseph Blood, craft a kind of rock that is dark, catchy — sometimes terrifying — and always incredibly well-made. The music will dig under your skin, and there’s not much you … Continue reading

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Sparrow: There’s a lot of slashin going on!

In Shaun Trokes’s Sparrow, six teenage friends who take a camping trip to a forest which is the site of a presumed historic murder. Their disbelief in this urban legend is soon changed when strange happenings begin to occur to each of them. so what do you think? I personally am always up for a Urban Legend flick whether it be horror or not. You can peek at the trailer above to see … Continue reading

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The Loved Ones: Disco balls and murder

Directed by Sean Byrne and starring a hot, young, talented cast including Xavier Samuel (Eclipse), Robin McLeavy (Streetcar Named Desire with Cate Blanchett), Jessica McNamee (Packed to the Rafters), Victoria Thaine (Caterpillar Wish) and Richard Wilson (Clubland) with John Brumpton (Last Ride) playing ‘Daddy’, it’s a vivid, sexy rollercoaster of a ride that takes the conventions of horror and runs them off the rails.

Brent (Samuel) never recovered from the car crash that killed his … Continue reading

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The Collection: heads into pre-production

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According to shocktillyoudrop.com The Collection is now heading into pre-production and they are planning to shoot the movie in 3D. Marcus Dunstan co-wrote the original The Collector with Patrick Melton and was originally titled The Midnight Man, which was intended to be a prequel to SAW but the producers decided against the idea.

Josh Stewart will return as Arkin who escapes with his life from the vicious grips of ‘The Collector’ during an entrapment … Continue reading

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Confessions: in UK 2011 A Japanese thriller details

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From Japan comes Tetsuya Nakashima psychological/thriller Confessions which is based on the novel Confession by Kanae Minato.

The film involves a middle aged school teacher who finds out her four year old daughter has died and she is convinced one of her pupils is responsible for the murder.

The film was chosen as Japan’s entry into this years 83rd Academy Awards ceremony in the Best Foreign Film category- congrats! Confessions will premiere on October 30, … Continue reading

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Cassadaga: Supernatural seances?

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Variety writer/director/producer Anthony DiBlasi is looking to direct the supernatural CASSADAGA for PoileyWood Entertainment. The film comes from a script by Bruce Wood and already has a cast that includes Kelen Coleman, Kevin Alejandro and Louise Fletcher. Wood will be producing alongside his partner Scott Poiley.

The film centers on a deaf girl who attempts to contact her late sister’s spirit during a seance but instead attracts the … Continue reading

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Guns N Roses Slash get movie deal? ‘Nothing To Fear’ details

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Slash has just struck a nice deal with Scout Productions to usher in a whole cache of 70s and 80s inspired slasher flicks. Scout will deliver the cash for the development of slasher screenplays. and top execs Eric Rob and Michael Williams set to topline the whole thing. The first movie is titled Nothing To Fear is a horror/thriller that follows a young family as it tries to reinvent itself by moving to a small … Continue reading

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Richard Stanely to write ‘High Rise’ script?

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Bleeding Cool states that writer/director Richard Stanley has been assigned to help pen the adapted HIGH RISE screenplay. Here’s what Natali had to share: “Richard’s writing a draft right now … for years I had worked on High Rise myself, pretty much alone. At one point Rudy Wurlitzer had written a draft, He’s quite a well known screen writer. That hadn’t really worked out, and at a certain point, I just felt … Continue reading

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The Au Pair: R.L Stine stories advances to films..

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R.L. Stine’s The Au Pair follows a young woman who runs from a troubled relationship by spending a fun-filled, romantic summer as a nanny in a posh Hamptons beach house. This dream job takes a frightening turn when she uncovers a dark secret that haunts her and the kids she’s sworn to protect. Ghost House Pictures announced today that Dana Stevens will write the tentatively titled The Au Pair, an adaptation of the R.L. Stine … Continue reading

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A New ‘The Thing” Banner Is Unveiled At NYCC

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So this years New York Comic Con and something of a surprise added to it’s list of events, photos, comic geeks, and special guests. During the convention a few onlookers took a photo of the new The Thing banner, with a tagline of “Before it was unleashed, it was discovered.”

According to sources close to the film, The Thing was going to be classified as a prequel even though production company would much rather … Continue reading

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Sam Raimi Hits the World of R.L. Stine

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Drag Me To Hell and the Evil Dead Director, Sam Raimi has chosen another horrific project based on the amazingly creepy R.L. Stine series, in which he along with Ghost House Pictures have acquired the R.L. Stine novel “The Sitter” and plan to turn it into a movie called “The Au Pair”. Yes that’s french! The film will follow a young woman who runs from a troubled relationship by spending a fun-filled, romantic summer as … Continue reading

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And the ‘Ghostbusters 3′ Update Is Here And Back On Track

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Remember awhile back when this story surfaced about whether or not there would even BE another Ghostbusters movie, due to all the controversies surrounding the main cast, especially the infamous Bill Murray who was actually called an “asshole” by Sigourney Weaver, and the on again off again news that there will be a third film? Well, all of that stuff did in fact happen, and Ghostbusters 3 is finally moving forward with even bigger news … Continue reading

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A New Hi-Def TV Spot Trailer For ‘Paranormal Activity 2′

Here’s another look at Paranormal Activity 2, that hits theaters in two weeks from tonight, but this time we get a much bigger view of the house and all the hauntings going on inside it.

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Things Get Bloody During ‘My Soul To Take’ Premiere

It seems as though the marketing department from Wes Craven’s ‘My Soul To Take’ decided to take their promotion of the film to a pretty intense level with a fake stabbing scenario. Find out who wins or maybe loses or perhaps none of the above below.

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Rob Zombie Goes to the Extreme On ABC This Halloween

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This year, ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition will get a little cooler for Halloween when the legendary dark rock star, Rob Zombiem heads to Oregon in which he has signed up for a project to help with the design and construction of a haunted house for the Oregon School For The Deaf, and use the money raised during the season for their school. ABC also constructed brand new dorm rooms for the Salem, Oregon, school. … Continue reading

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I Spit on Your Grave – a Second Chance for Unrated Horror?

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Go back in time one week. The online horror community was buzzing with support to get out to the theater and see the historic UNRATED release of Adam Green’s Hatchet 2. Fans blogged and vlogged and tweeted how this would be our chance to rise up and show the movie business that there was demand for unrated horror. 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams director Tim Sullivan sent out a letter to several news outlets pleading … Continue reading

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Steve Alten’s New book “Grim Reaper” Mid – October release

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BY NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR STEVE ALTEN A MODERN DAY EPIC SERIES INSPIRED BY DANTE’S CLASSIC “INFERNO”

Four time New York Times Best selling author Steve Alten pens a new series titled “GRIM REAPER: END OF DAYS” (VARIANCE, October 2010) inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy”, one of the most revered works in literature. Divided into three distinct parts (Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven) the poem describes Dante’s journey through Hell, depicted as … Continue reading

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THE EXORCIST RETURNS HOME – OCTOBER 8, 2010 (The Haunted Boy)

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The Haunted Boy, The Secret Diary of The Exorcist.

Spooked TV and The Booth Brothers as seen on SyFy – NBC-Universal are currently in St. Louis promoting their new paranormal film, The Haunted Boy, The Secret Diary of The Exorcist, which is based on the infamous, true story behind the terrifying, bestselling book and motion picture, “The Exorcist.” The filmmakers, twin brothers Christopher and Philip Booth have spent two years documenting and filming their latest … Continue reading

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