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Phoenix Forgotten Sci-Fi Thriller Arrives on Blu-ray & DVD

From legendary producer Ridley Scott comes a chilling revelation based on the true events of March 13, 1997, when a strange pattern of lights appeared over Phoenix, Arizona. PHOENIX FORGOTTEN tells the story of three high school students who went into the desert to document this phenomenon. They were never seen again. Two decades later, the sister of one of …

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Official Trailer, Poster and New Clip from THE DRIFTER

The Drifter will be making its worldwide debut on Tuesday, June 6th. Also, genre distributor Terror Films has released the official poster, trailer and one more exclusive clip, titled “Listen to me, you little s**t.” The story follows a uniquely troubled man who finds himself on a downward spiral induced by painful memories of his dark and distant past. Taking …

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IFC Midnight’s DARKNESS RISING Official Trailer

FC Midnight’s release of DARKNESS RISING, coming to select theaters, VOD, and via digital platforms in the U.S. on JUNE 30, 2017. A house’s horrifying secrets are resurrected in this blood-drenched supernatural nightmare. For years, Madison (Tara Holt) has been tormented by the memories of a traumatic childhood incident: when she was a girl, her mother murdered her younger sister, …

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Shadows Fall – Award-winning Indie Supernatural Thriller Takes To Vimeo-On-Demand

While independent films and theaters are still working through a tumultuous relationship, digital sales of indie features continue to grow with the marketplaces of Vimeo, Amazon, and VFX being the prominent stops for film lovers – creating a direct and unique connection between filmmakers and their audience. One film to join those ranks is SHADOWS FALL – the debut feature …

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“Horror Happens Radio” Host Jay Kay at Happenstance Horror Fest & “Female Eye Film Festival” This June

Hosting the 3X “Rondo Hatton” Nominated  “The Horror Happens Radio Show” which is heard streaming weekly on HomeGrownRadioNJ, Jackalope Radio & Rock Rage Radio also at HorrorHappens.com, Jay Kay will be on the road this June hosting filmmaker Q&As for two distinctively different genre style film festivals in the “Happenstance Horror Fest” and the “Female Eye Film Festival”.   “Happenstance Horror Fest” …

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Red Christmas wins Best Feature Film at Womans Only Entertainment Film Festival

Artsploitation Film’s ‘Red Christmas’ staring Dee Wallace wins Best Feature Film at Woman’s Only Entertainment Film Festival In addition, Dee Wallace wins Best Actress in a Feature Film for her role of Diane in ‘Red Christmas’. ‘Red Christmas’ celebrates the tradition of holiday horror classics like, Gremlins, Christmas Evil, Silent Night Deadly Night, and Black Christmas, with it’s own sense …

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Film Review: Danger: Diabolik (1968)

SYNOPSIS: “In a generic European country of the late sixties, Diabolik is an anti-hero whose life consists on preparing schemes to steal government money and make a fool of the entire police department. Helped by his gorgeous girlfriend Eva, Diabolik begins by stealing a few dollars, but his duel of wit and audacity with police inspector Ginko will take them …

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Film Review: From Beyond (1986)

From Beyond (1986)

SYNOPSIS: After inventing a way for creatures from the fourth dimension to come into his own world, Dr. Edward Pretorious (Ted Sorel) suffers a gruesome decapitation at the hands of those he brought “from beyond.” But authorities suspect his assistant (Jeffrey Combs) is to blame. Barbara Crampton co-stars as a beautiful psychiatrist brought in to help police solve the case …

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Film Review: Dolls (1987)

SYNOPSIS: A group of people stop by a mansion during a storm and discover two magical toy makers, and their haunted collection of dolls. REVIEW: Stop motion is a dying art form, so any time I can see a great old example of it I get pretty excited. I certainly wasn’t expecting to see it in Dolls, which, let’s be …

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Film Review: Cellar Dweller (1988)

SYNOPSIS: In spirit of the Tales from The Crypt, Terror Tales and The Beyond vintage comic books Colin Childress engages in some most macabre tales of horror. His most inspired illustrations are conceived within the remote bowels of a desolate rural home, aptly enough in his studio basement. As the artist delves into the occult to liven up his work, …

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Film Review: The Dungeonmaster (1984)

SYNOPSIS: A demonic wizard challenges a modern-day computer programmer to a battle of technology vs. sorcery, with the programmer’s girlfriend as the prize. REVIEW: “The Dungeonmaster” bears the creation date of some of the cheesiest films in horror, 1984. You might have missed this one as its worn a few different names over the past. Listed as “Ragewar“, it’s also …

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Film Review: Ghost Town (1988)

SYNOPSIS: Young bride to be Kate Barrett is kidnapped off of a desert road. It is up to Deputy Langley, a cop who would rather have target practice while listening to his “heavy metal hearing aid” than actual police work, to find the young woman. Once Langley tracks down Kate however he learns about just who kidnapped her and the …

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Official Schedule Wizard World Horror Fest 2017- Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA —A landmark appearance by NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 3: DREAM WARRIORS director Chuck Russell plus special screenings of BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER with special guest Kristy Swanson, THE MONSTER SQUAD with stars Andre Gower & Ryan Lambert highlight the schedule as the lineup of films featured in next month’s Wizard World Horror Fest in Philadelphia has been set. Russell, …

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Film Review: The Night They Hit Back (short film) (2015)

SYNOPSIS: For Sonny, being the girl-obsessed deadbeat son of The Don is a thankless job. But when the world’s deceased begin to reanimate and devour the living during a hit-gone-wrong, being the heir apparent to The Don goes from a bad job to the WORST…JOB…EVER! REVIEW: More short films, kiddies! Today we have THE NIGHT THEY HIT BACK, written and …

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