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Whatever happened to the HACK/SLASH movie?

Something there doesn’t seem to have been much progress with of late has been the movie adaptation of the Hack/Slash comic book series. Word that the film was going into development came way back in 2006 at SDCC from series creator Tim Seeley. The flick was supposed to be arriving in 2008, and yet there was no more real news …

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‘Piranha 3D’ trailer banned at Comic con?

When all else fails, you would think that a widely publicized horror film centering around man-eating piranha’s wouldn’t be so bad for the comic geeks at SDCC this year, but apparently that wasn’t the case since some bootleg trailer for PIRANHA 3D was actually banned from being shown. Guess the geeks couldn’t handle the gore haha. Highlight and click the …

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Awesome new cast photos from ‘Hatchet 2’

Nothing is better than seeing a full cast image from Adam Green’s HATCHET 2 and I got my dibs on the photo. Green did a brilliant job of giving us full blown blood and guts gore in his first Hatchet masterpiece, and now it gives me great pleasure to show you the latest cast members in all their galore for …

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PUSHING DAISY’S STAR IN TALKS TO JOIN ‘BREAKING DAWN’ CAST

Bill Condon has signed on to direct the two part version of the TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN, in which he’s contributing an actor of his own to the cast. Lee Pace is the actor that Condon is in talks with to help take part in the fourth installment to this ground breaking blockbuster franchise. Pace had a role in the …

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The Night Shift: Official poster!

The official poster for independent feature “The Night Shift” is now online!  Created by popular pulp artist Kyle Henry the poster harkens back to the bygone days of hand-drawn poster art and evokes the film’s pulp-fantasy tone.  “The Night Shift” is a supernatural-adventure-comedy about Rue Morgan, the undead night watchman at Pinewood Oaks Cemetery. Rue, along with his buddy Herb, …

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3’s a Charm for Hitchcock-like thriller ‘ATM’

The Hollywood Reporterhas announced the first casting line up from the Sanfran Co and Gold Circle Films called ATM, which will include Brian Geraghty (The Hurt Locker), Josh Peck (Red Dawn) and Margarita Levieva (FOX series Vanished). According to the source “The companies are hoping to evoke Hitchcockian vibes with their tale of three co-workers who make a late-night visit …

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Comic con reveals ‘Resident Evil: After Life’ Trailer

So as we all know the comic convention that was held in San Diego has given us an inside look at just about every new comic related film that will be coming out, including another trailer for RESIDENT EVIL: AFTER LIFE. Apparently though, this clip doesn’t show much already that the audience isn’t aware of, so the viewing content may …

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Interview: Author Sherry Roit – Paris Immortal

By Andrew Hawnt  The Paris Immortal novels by S. Roit are something different in the overpopulated vampire fiction genre, and the fourth book, ‘Paris Immortal: Atonement’ is out soon. So what does this series and its author offer vampire fans that the others don’t? That is open to debate, but I would say that things such as character and sexuality …

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Deadly Karma: trailer live – in post

[dailymotion]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xe8ja3_deadly-karma-teaser-v1-2_shortfilms[/dailymotion] New trailer from Rick Dawson for Deadly Karma, a film written and produced by Joel Paul Reisig (Fraternity House)

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Film Review: Killer Car (2008)

SYNOPSIS: An attractive college couple goes on a road trip with some friends. Their destination: majestic waterfalls far away from civilization. A place undisturbed by human progress – no shopping malls, crowded freeways… or cell phone reception. It should be a nice little vacation from the hustle and bustle of the big city. Unfortunately the used car they bought is …

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Blind Filmmaker Puts Finishing Touches On Debut Feature: KICKSTARTER PROJECT

CAPE CORAL, FL: It’s been a journey spanning nearly 5 years, cast and crew replacements, two hurricanes, four states and a suicide, but comic book writer-turned-director Joe Monks, with one distribution offer firmly in place, says the end is finally in sight…so to speak. “We’ve had a zillion things go wrong,” says Monks of his directorial debut, The Bunker. “Everything …

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Spooky Empire gets even scarier

Orlando, FL – They’ve done it again! Spooky Empire has taken what was already an amazing celebrity guest lineup and made it even more impressive with the addition of some of the best guests the horror world has to offer. This year’s event returns to the Wyndham Orlando Resort on October 8-10, 2010. Spooky Empire’s Ultimate Horror Weekend is fast …

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Twilight of the Gods: Return of Extraterrestrials to the Andes

Von Däniken Warns of the Mayan Calendar World famous for his best-seller, Chariots of the Gods­­­­, and his most recent title, History is Wrong, Erich von Däniken is again rocking the worlds of archeology, astronomy and history with his new book, Twilight of the Gods: The Mayan Calendar and the Return of the Extraterrestrials. Adding to fears about the end …

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Detention – A teen scream horror

Josh Hutcherson may not have gotten the role of Peter Parker in the Spiderman Reboot but it would appear he doesn’t take defeat lying down. He is going to star and executive produce a teen horror titled Detention. As you can guess it takes place in school where seniors looking to just graduate must not fight to make it to …

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Safe House

When a team of U.S. Marshals are charged with protecting mob-trial witness Cate Vale and her introspective teenage daughter, Alice they relocate them to an isolated compound high in the Californian Rockies. The location appears secure; outfitted specifically for witness protection, yet its past is steeped in mystery and violence – a sanctuary that rests at the heart of an …

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