Archive | November, 2019

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A Guide For New Films, Specials And More On Shudder This December

    With December comes a whole new batch of films, specials and more on Shudder. And, we’ve got a guide to help you enjoy the most of Shudder this month which includes the new epic medieval-horror sensation The Head Hunter (100% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes), two internationally-acclaimed thrillers Trivisha (a Hong Kong Film Awards’ Best Film […]

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‘Wrong Turn’ Reboot’s Title And Poster Racks Up Interest

    Not only has the first poster arrived for the 2020 reboot of the Wrong Turn (*sigh), but the official title has also been revealed as Wrong Turn: The Foundation. Alan B. McElroy, the writer of the original Wrong Turn, wrote The Foundation, directed by Mike P. Nelson (The Domestics) and starring Matthew Modine […]

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Things Go Too Far In USA’s “Dare Me” Trailer

    USA has unleashed a new bloody trailer for their series “Dare Me” that turns cheerleaders into soldiers. A cross between Heathers and Fight Club, “Dare Me” takes competitive high school cheerleading to a whole new level with glitter, drama, brutality, and murder. The series stars Erika Prevost, Taveeta Szymanowicz, Herizen Guardiola, Marlo Kelly,  […]

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This December Take A Haunting Trip Down ‘Lost Gully Road’

    Donna McRae‘s critically acclaimed horror film Lost Gully Road is set to haunt US audiences this December. The “gothic-tinged Aussie ghost story” (Filmink) stars Adele Perovic (The Code), Jane Clifton (Beast), and John Brumpton (The Loved Ones), with a mesmerizing musical score by Clare Moore and Dave Graney. Lost Gully Road tells the […]

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Elizabeth Banks Set to Direct And Star In Universal’s ‘The Invisible Woman’

A new version of The Invisible Woman, is currently in development over at Universal Pictures with Elizabeth Banks (Brightburn) set to direct and star. Banks pitched the film based on Universal’s original The Invisible Woman, released in 1940, which starred Virginia Bruce. She will also be serving as a producer alongside her husband Max Handleman […]

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Another Hole in the Head Film Fest Preview: Four Fright Films to Drool Over

SF IndieFest’s Another Hole in the Head Film Fest celebrates its 16th year with two weeks of a “cinematic excursion into the realms of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and other assorted genres . . . [pulling] together a diverse collection of films representing all varieties and budgetary considerations,” according to the film’s website. The fest […]

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DVD Review: Pickaxe (2019)

As you cats n’ creeps well know; I love me some sex and violence… and since Pickaxe throws that at us in the first couple of minutes it has yours cruelly’s attention from the get-go! Anyway, it’s the late ’80s, and Adrienne (legendary scream queen Tiffany Shepis) has just been set-free from the loony bin; […]

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Game Review: ‘Lost Ember’ Shines Brightly

German indie game developer Mooneye Studios allowed me the honor to take a crack at Lost Ember, their debut game. This third-person adventure game takes you the adventure of a wolf with the ability to shape-shift into other animals as you explore lands once occupied by a civilization of people called the Yanrana. As mentioned, […]

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Richard Brake Is On The Hunt In First ‘Tremors 7’ Images

Filming has begun on the seventh installment of the Tremors franchise. 3 from Hell star Richard Brake has shared the first images on Instagram of his character, Bill, a badass Graboid hunter that will give franchise mainstay Michael Gross a run for his money. Reportedly titled Tremors: Island Fury, the movie is set on an island […]

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