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Five New Posters Blow In For ‘Sharknado: It’s About Time’

    Five epic new posters have blown in for Sharknado: It’s About Time, the final film of the franchise, ahead of its August arrival. All is lost, or is it? In Sharknado 6, “Fin unlocks the time-traveling power of the sharknados in order to save the world and resurrect his family. In his quest, Fin fights […]

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Lou Simon Talks ‘3: An Eye For An Eye’ & Being A Female Filmmaker In Today’s World

Writer, director, and producer Lou Simon sat down with me to discuss women in the film industry and her latest genre film 3. Behind films like All Girls Weekend, Hazmat, Agrophobia, and The Awakened, Lou has been making her mark in the genre for years and seems to know just what to do to get […]

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‘Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich’ Marching Onto Digital And VOD

Ahead of its August release, RLJE Films’ Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich has a new trailer that reminds of why we love Full Moon Pictures, the franchise, blood, gore and those iconic puppets come to life. Directed by Sonny Laguna (We Are Monsters) and Tommy Wiklund (Wither), and written by S. Craig Zahler (Bone Tomahawk), the film follows Edgar (Thomas Lennon) who returns to his childhood […]

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Discover ‘What Still Remains’ This August

  Josh Mendoza‘s dystopian thriller What still Remains is to open in theaters this August. “Set Twenty-five years after a viral outbreak decimated the population, the remaining survivors still fear that deadly illness and the feral “Changed” it has created. Against this post-apocalyptic backdrop, a young woman loses her family and struggles to survive on her own […]

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First Images Arrive For ‘Open 24 Hours’ Ahead Of FrightFest

    The first batch of images has surfaced from Padraig Reynolds‘ Open 24 Hours ahead of its World Premiere at the upcoming FrightFest Film Festival in London. Heavily influenced by John Carpenter’s Body Bags episode, the film centers on a delusional young woman working at an all-night gas station. “John Carpenter’s Body Bags episode ‘The Gas […]

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This October A 911 Call Triggers A Search For ‘The Guilty’

This October witness the intense thriller The Guilty, from director Gustav Möller and starring Jakob Cedergren (Compulsion). “When police officer Asger Holm (Jakob Cedergren) is demoted to desk work, he expects a sleepy beat as an emergency dispatcher. That all changes when he answers a panicked phone call from a kidnapped woman who then disconnects abruptly. Asger, confined to the […]

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Chloë Sevigny And Kristen Stewart Star In ‘Lizzie’, Inspired By Infamous Killer

From Saban Films and Roadside Attractions comes Lizzie, a tale inspired by one of the most infamous women to ever exist, Lizzie Borden who stood accused of hacking her father and stepmother to death in 1892. Academy Award® nominee Chloë Sevigny (Boys Don’t Cry, “Big Love”) stars as Lizzie Borden, the notorious woman at the heart […]

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A Hockey Team Fights The Undead In ‘Ahockalypse’

    The “wildly un-PC, low budget hockey-themed zombie comedy Ahockalypse lands on VOD this August, from writer-director Wayne H. Johnson Jr. The trailer for this undead flick has already scored over 150, 000 views which is a new milestone for a genre film this small. In the film, the Prairie Kings hockey team is about to battle for […]

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Enter ‘The Forest Of Lost Souls’ This August In Theaters

  Leading independent distributor Wild Eye Releasing has acquired the Portuguese horror film The Forest of the Lost Souls. The psychological “coming of age” horror film, written and directed by directed by José Pedro Lopes, marks Wild Eye’s first theatrical release.  The film, which made its world premiere at the Fantasporto Film Festival on February 26, […]

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WWI Set Outbreak Horror ‘Trench 11’ Takes Aim At A September Release

      The only thing more terrifying than the Western Front… is what lies beneath it. Witness a group of soldiers go up against an ultra-violent, infected unit of enemies in Leo Scherman‘s  Trench 11, arriving on Digital and VOD this September from RLJE Films. “In the final days of WWI, a shell-shocked tunneller must lead […]

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