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Vamps: LaShaunte Wade

BIO: LaShaunte Wade was born December 11, 1987 in Fort Campbell, Kentucky. LaShaunte grew up as an army brat so was able to travel all over the world and experience different cultures and lifestyles. She graduated high school in Temecula, California and from there started gogo dancing at various Hollywood nightclubs. Her first Television appearance was on Telemundo’s DesControl and …

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The Walking Dead Escape – Live The Apocalypse!

The Walking Dead Escape WELLS FARGO CENTER COMPLEX PHILADELPHIA, PA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2012 6PM-12AM GET REGISTERED NOW! The zombie virus continues to spread as Ruckus Sports and Skybound, in conjunction with Live Nation, announce Philadelphia as the next city to fall in the gruesomely realistic The Walking Dead Escape obstacle course series. There are three ways to take part …

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Carnival of Darkness 3 (Horror/Sci-Fi Short Film Festival)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oct. 1, 2012 Film Festival Presents Bite-Sized Chunks of Horror Festival confirms Veronica Cartwright, Tara Cardinal and Drew Daywalt HOLLYWOOD, CA – October 1, 2012 – Filmmaker Alex Bram presents the most promising new voices in horror at the third annual Carnival of Darkness Film Festival. The most haunting and disturbing horror/sci-fi short films from across the …

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Adult Swim at New York Comic Con

Adult Swim Announces Electrifying Panel and Event Lineup for 2012 New York Comic Con Adult Swim will host panels and talent signings for fan-favorite series Robot Chicken, China, IL, The Venture Bros., Childrens Hospital, NTSF:SD:SUV::, and Superjail! at New York Comic Con at the Jacob K. Javits Center, Friday, October 12 and Saturday, October 13. See the full lineup below …

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Metallica’s Kirk Hammett at Chiller Theatre for Too Much Horror Business

About the book Not only is Kirk Hammett the lead guitarist for Metallica, one of the most successful heavy metal bands of all time, but he’s also the curator of one of the world’s finest collections of monster-movie memorabilia, a collection few people have ever seen. In Too Much Horror Business, Kirk finally unveils his near-mythical treasure trove of rare …

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Vamps: Amy Lynn Best

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BIO: Amy Lynn Best is a trained dancer and actress who started in the business by co-producing the independent feature horror film, The Resurrection Game, and co-stars as the pop psychologist turned zombie exterminator, Sister Mary Bliss. Like many independent film producers, Amy learned the film business from the ground up. On the short haunted house film Tenants, for instance, Amy …

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12 Bad Jokes About Daybreakers

Daybreakers (2009), is a vampire film noir hybrid, with a futuristic vein (see what I did there?), starring Ethan Hawke, Sam Neil and Willem Dafoe. It is directed by the Spierig brothers, Michael and Peter. The film is about a human blood shortage affecting the vampires and the struggle to find a suitable replacement. It’s quite stylish and entertaining. So …

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Horror Art: Wes Huffor

BIO: Wes Huffor is a Southern Californian artist best known for visceral, seductive, and pathological crime and horror storytelling. Wes started out working for small press publishers in Los Angeles and the Inland Empire. In 2008, Huffor released Charnel House, a Horror and Crime anthology under the flag of UK based publisher Broken Voice. As a nod to classic Crime …

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Movie Script: Army of Darkness (1992) (Shooting Script)

THE ARMY OF DARKNESS Screenplay by Sam Raimi and Ivan Raimi January 3, 1991 Shooting Script 2/26/91 —————————————————————————— 1 GRAINY BLACK AND WHITE – CLOSE-UP – A MAN’S DESPERATE FACE 1 This is Ash, mid twenties, square jaw firmly set and a pair of haunted eyes which dart about quickly in fear. Ash speaks to the CAMERA with urgency: ASH …

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Movie Script: The Exorcist (1973)

THE EXORCIST EXTERIOR- IRAQ- EXCATVATION SITE- NINEVEH- DAY Pickaxes and shovels weld into the air as hundreds of excavators tear at the desert. The camera pans around the area where hundreds of Iraqi workmen dig for ancient finds. The caption Northern Iraq appears at the bottom of the screen as the digging continues. The camera then follows a young boy …

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