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Last Exorcist Begins Production in Oklahoma

Thriller Films, LLC, in association with the Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO), is pleased to announce the start of production on the feature film “Last Exorcist” in Tulsa and the surrounding region. The film is utilizing the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program administered by OF+MO, and will commence principal photography on October 25, 2017. “We’re thrilled to welcome back …

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Film Review: The Dark Military (2017)

SYNOPSIS: What if a web cast, LIVE on Halloween, turned out to be a real life survival game? What if the people hunting them are a rogue military? What if all eyes from the around the world are tuned in, and with a short window of time, officials need to find out where this broadcast is taking place? REVIEW: The …

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ARKit home invasion app ARZombi OUT NOW

ARKit game ARZombi gets it’s IOS release on the App-Store. Board up your windows and doors and see if you can survive a zombie invasion. ARZombi is an interactive experience like no other. Call of Duty inspired with an 80’s twist. ARZombi will allow you to turn your doors and windows into AR portals and it’s your job to board …

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Top Ten Horror Movie Villains of All Time

Greetings my little lambs welcome back to the slaughterhouse, I trust you’ll enjoy your stay. For this week I have assembled the greatest collection of dastardly psychopaths the world of horror has ever known. Steel your hearts and lock the doors because an encounter with these baddies is guaranteed to end with a high body count.

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Buffalo Dreams Announces Special Filmmaker Awards

BUFFALO DREAMS FANTASTIC FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES SPECIAL FILMMAKER AWARDS Buffalo, New York – Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival has announced the Special Award winners for its 2017 event.  The awards honor filmmakers who have distinguished themselves in areas of genre filmmaking, and will be presented along with the competition awards at the Dreamer Awards, to be held for the first …

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Arrow Video and Arrow Academy – November 2017 Release Schedule

New from Arrow Video US and Arrow Academy US George Romero Between Night and Dawn Limited Edition [Dual Format] (11/14) J.D.’s Revenge [Dual Format] (11/14) Hellraiser [Limited Edition Steelbook] (11/14) Animal Factory [Blu-ray] (11/28) Zoology [Blu-ray and DVD] (11/14) via MVD Entertainment Group Winter chills just mean that it’s November, and Arrow Video are set to heat things up with a George Romero box set, a blaxploitation chiller, …

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Film Review: Hammer of the Gods (2013)

SYNOPSIS: When a Viking king is gravely wounded in battle fending off an approaching army, he sends his son Steinar on a quest to locate his missing older brother, Hakan the Ferocious. King Bagsecg insists that Steinar must return with the son who can save the clan from the enemy barking at their heels. REVIEW: Between Thor and Game of …

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Film Review: Bloodwork (2012)

SYNOPSIS: Two college pals decide to make some easy money by volunteering for a scientific experiment that is supposedly being done to test out a recently developed allergy drug. As soon as they arrive at the facility they get the feeling that something is a little off about everything, and it doesn’t take long before some weird and disturbing things …

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Film Review: Savaged (2013)

SYNOPSIS: A deaf girl is brutalized by a murderous gang who are then hunted by her when the bloodthirsty spirit of an Apache warrior inhabits her lifeless body. REVIEW: I haven’t been floored by a film in quite some time. It’s even more amazing to me since it was the first film I’ve watched in 2014 and I have to …

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Film Review: Mad Ron’s Prevue’s From Hell (1987)

SYNOPSIS: A horde of zombies descend upon a local movie theatre ready to enjoy the evenings show. Tonight is a very special night for the undead since projectionist “Mad Ron” has decided to show the audience some of the greatest grind house and exploitation film trailers from the 1970’s and early 80’s….Just don’t mind the couple who seem to be …

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Film Review: Phantom of the Opera (1989)

SYNOPSIS: A newer, gorier version of the classic 1910 Gaston Leroux tale has A Nightmare on Elm Street’s Robert Englund playing the Phantom. Christine Daaé is a young Broadway singer in New York City. She is auditioning for a show, and comes across an old piece of music written nearly 100 years before by an unknown musician name Erik Destler. …

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Film Review: Spek.ter (2007)

SYNOPSIS: A Woman screams. A mysterious figure in black wields a knife. A dead Woman appears covered in blood. For Dani, a Goth Erotic Pin-up Model, these events may be signs of something to come on one fateful night. Will she survive, or is all not what it appears to be? REVIEW: Written & Directed by: Terrence Kelsey Starring: Keisha …

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