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Trailer for “Toro Loco” – a Chilean Western Horror Flick

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2T7yeyyYW-U[/youtube] Written by Patricio Valladares in special colaboration with Andrea Cavaletto. TORO LOCO tells the story of Mateo, (Felipe Avello) son of a notorious mob lord of the city, has been dumped by his wife who took his son away. He doesn´t resist the shame and hires the most ruthless hitman available to kill them. He hires Toro Loco (George …

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Toyer: Brian De Palma’s latest looks to be terrifying

Toyer is a total psychological thriller based on the book of the same name by Gardner McKay. Amazon states: Toyer is a “serial-lunatic” in Los Angeles who doesn’t kill or rape his beautiful female victims. Instead, he “toys” with them psychologically and uses a surgical instrument to place them in a coma. Neurologist Maude Garance is Toyer’s opposite. She has …

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The Dark Fields: March 18th 2011 – Self Distribution update

It was announced today over at Variety that Relativity Media are opting to distribute The Dark Fields themselves rather then leave that task to Universal. This move comes courtesy of Relativity’s recent acquisition of Overture Films’ distribution and marketing operation. The film follows a down-and-out writer who gets his hands on a top secret pharmaceutical drug that makes one smarter. …

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Lance Hendrickson Autobiography – From Chaos to Literary

News recently broke over at BringBackFrankBlack that Henriksen and Joe Maddrey were working on the epic autobiography. Actually the duo have been working on this project for the past six months, with news just breaking now. Better late than never right? BringBackFrankBlack even got a chance to chat it up with Henriksen. Here’s what the iconic actor had to say: …

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Univ. of Baltimore Launching New College Course in Zombies this Fall!

New Course Explores Use of Zombies in Pop Culture Part of UB’s Minor in Pop Culture in School of Communication Design Grendel did it. So did Frankenstein, Dracula, Cujo, and the Golem. Eventually, all great literary and cinematic monsters leap from the page or screen into popular culture. And from there, it’s just a small step into the college classroom. …

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Altitude Comes flying in on DVD / Blueray!

There’s something Up in the Air…ANCHOR BAY ENTERTAINMENT GAINS ALTITUDE ON DVD AND BLU-RAY™ Taking Off on Blu-ray™ and DVD October 26th BEVERLY HILLS, CA – There’s nothing like the rush of flying through the air, soaring through the clouds…and coming face-to-face with pure evil! A supernatural thriller that reaches new heights in terror, Anchor Bay Entertainment presents Altitude on …

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Charity screening of THE THING at Stratford Picturehouse

A team of scientists in the Arctic are infiltrated by a shape-shifting alien which has the ability to replicate the appearance of the people it kills. This is arguably Carpenter’s most effective film, creating a real sense of claustrophobic paranoia through its isolated location, Ennio Morricone’s iconic score, and the distrust shown among the men as they try to work …

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A Brief History Of Hammer

One of the most successful and prolific British production companies, Hammer Films has become synonymous with horror – most notably the unforgettable series of Dracula and Frankenstein films which were instrumental in launching the careers of my dear old friends Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Elevating the horror film in much the same fashion as the illustrious Ealing Studios did …

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Georges Méliès

Horror cinema is almost as old as cinema itself, for the very good reason that fantasy is implicit in the very nature of film. Action can be slowed down or speeded up, people can be made to appear or disappear, scale can be altered so that people can become giants or mannequins, double-exposure allows one actor to play two roles …

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