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Halloween in November? It happens on all-new “Midnight Hour”

Before you wash off the greasepaint, fold up your costume and eat all your candy, prepare for one last Halloween shiver with November’s all-new “Midnight Hour” episode, “Doomsday’s Fury.” This violent entry tells the story of a George (James Caudill) who brings his daughter Amelia (Gabrielle Phillips) home from trick-or-treating only to find ex-wife Lydia (Sherri Semine) has just called ...

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“Midnight Hour” spins tale of workforce violence in October’s “Black Friday”

Most adults can tell horror stories about jobs they’ve held at one time or another, but in October the cult TV series “Lee Martin’s The Midnight Hour” takes workforce treachery to the next level in its latest installment, “Black Friday.” TRAILER: http://youtu.be/m3EumvizzFc This all-new episode tells the story of Griffith (Phil Elam), a security guard at a sprawling industrial complex, ...

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Tiffany Shepis and Robert Pralgo Headline Thriller “The Morningside Monster”

Independent film company Blue Dusk Productions announces the September production of the horror-thriller feature film “The Morningside Monster,” to be lensed in the greater Atlanta area and Macon, GA. Director Chris Ethridge and writer Jayson Palmer, the dynamic team behind the 2011 award-winning adaptation of Stephen King’s classic short story “Survivor Type”, have returned with a powerful original tale of ...

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Tiffany Apan’s “Driving Nowhere” Wins – 16th Intern. Indie Gathering Film Festival

A second win at the International Indie Gathering Film Festival is in the cards for singer/songwriter/actress/producer/writer, Tiffany Apan. In 2010, her music video for her adaptation of “Scarborough Fair” off of her debut album POET won Best Music Video in the Open Music Video Category at the festival. This year her gothic supernatural thriller, “Driving Nowhere,” won Best Horror Short ...

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‘The Legend of Seven Toe Maggie’ Steps into Production

Production is now underway for Blackflight Studio’s 2nd feature length horror/thriller film entitled, “The Legend of Seven Toe Maggie“. The film follows the story of a local girl, who inadvertently runs into a group of rag tag paranormal investigators who try to help her uncover the mystery behind an old house supposedly haunted by the ghost of a native american ...

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Rage – Midsummer’s Eve signs an international deal with Aspect Film

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American horror feature Rage – Midsummer’s Eve set in the Arctic Circle has signed an international Sales Agency deal. The film will be introduced to distribution companies for the first time in the European Film Market (EFM) during Berlin’s International Film Festival, starting today in Germany. The international Sales Agency representing the film is UK based Aspect Film, which also ...

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Sex, Mystery and Horror Combine in “My Brother’s Reaper”

Principal photography has wrapped on “My Brother’s Reaper,” the latest episode of the cult hit TV series, “Lee Martin’s The Midnight Hour.” The dark, supernatural-themed tale concerns hunky Mark Wayburn (Scott Sell), whose lovely bedroom paramours (Harper Hoffman, Megan Mockensturm) mysteriously begin coughing up blood laced with sharp pins shortly after he leaves them. Meanwhile, the generation gap widens as ...

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Game Review: Alan Wake

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Alan Wake tells the tale about a famous author by the same name. On the surface, things don’t look too bad for Alan; he has a nice marriage to a woman named Alice, and he’s best friends with his agent, Benny Wheeler. However, Alan is suffering from writer’s block, which is obviously not good for a professional writer. Alan and ...

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Horror Talk: 07.05.10

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Horror Talk with Rob Delamorte Hello again Fiends, it’s your ghoul with the gear, Rob Delamorte back with an extremely special edition for you. I have all the usual gory goodies for you to check out, along with a very special interview, Ms. Friday, Adrienne King, who was generous enough to speak with me in length about so many things, ...

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