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First Look at The Predator Set

News keeps pouring in about the upcoming Predator film.  Finally, a picture from the set has surfaced.  I am positive there will be many more, but this first one is extremely exciting.  Not only does it show Thomas Jane chilling on a tank, but it shows TWO Predators. This film is not a reboot.  It […]

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AirPick Pictures Announces New Feature Length Film

HP Lovecraft meets The Raid!  That’s how AirPick Picture’s new feature film Black Site is being described.  Color me intrigued!  This upcoming film Starring Mike Beckingham (brother of Simon Pegg), and directed by Tom Paton ( Redwood, Pandorica), Black Site is the story of Ren Reid, orphaned as a child when a member of an […]

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David Fincher Closing In On Directorial Duties For WORLD WAR Z 2

It seems that World War Z 2, which appeared to be dead, is now back on in its feet and ambling, albeit slowly, forward. The film which had been removed from Paramount Studio’s production calendar back in February, has yet to officially be given the go ahead. However, with David Fincher likely to be in the […]

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TALL MEN Review

        Tall Men has something of an interesting history behind it; originally released in 2004  as Customer 152, the 13 year old film is being given fresh legs with a new title, a new distributer, and a release on Netflix in May. It’s a shame thin, given the films journey to the […]

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True Story Inspired Book HOSTAGE TO THE DEVIL Being Adapted

  Penchant Entertainment has announced that they have acquired the film and television rights to the New York Times best-selling nonfiction book Hostage to the Devil: The Possession and Exorcism of Five Contemporary Americans penned by Father Malachi Martin, the inspiration behind The Exorcist. Penchant has both a film and series adaptions in mind.     […]

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Master Of Horror John Carpenter Has A New Comic Coming Out This Summer

Master of horror John Carpenter may have retired from directing, but he continues to work within the genre. In fact, Carpenter is working on something brand new, a comic series. Titled ‘Tales of Science Fiction’, the monthly comic anthology series will “show us the darkness and wonder of everything the genre has to offer.” That’s right, […]

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Short Film Review: STILL Is A Frightfully Comical Zombie Tale

When walking through a local park or street market, one might encounter all manner of artists, performers or…well, performance artists. Mimes are likely the most popular choice to be relegated on the lowest rung of the performance artist ladder, but there is something even lower – the “living statue”. Because while mimes at least have […]

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