Archive | September, 2016

Producer Announces IT Has Wrapped Filming With Creepy Photo

Just one day after Stephen King’s 69th birthday word has come that the remake of ‘IT‘ has officially wrapped filming. Producer Barbara Muschietti announced the news via Instagram.  The photo she posted was that of a weathered Jack-In-The-Box and the following message: “And yes, it’s a wrap on #itthemovie. Thank you amazing cast and crew for […]

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Ode to 80’s Horror: Critters

The 80’s was full of new monsters in horror films, and one of the new developments was small, fuzzy death creatures a la Gremlins. One of the more notable (and hysterical) of these was the blast of a movie Critters.   WHERE IT CAME FROM: Although written in the early 80’s, Critters is often mistaken for a […]

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BH Tilt And Orion Snag The Rights To Greg McLean’s The Belko Experiment Directed By James Gunn

  This past weekend at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) BH Tilt and Orion snagged ‘The Belko Experiment’ , directed by James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy, Slither) and written by  Greg McLean (Wolf Creek, The Darkness).     On what appears to be a normal day at Belco Industries, Belko employees are horrified when […]

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Ash VS Evil Dead Has A Groovy New TV Spot

  We only have a few weeks until Ash (Bruce Campbell), Kelly (Dana DeLorenzo), and Pablo (Ray Santiago) are back on ‘Ash vs Evil Dead’. A series of promos and trailers have already been unleashed. Today, we have the brand new TV Spot.     Wondering what will happen this season? We can answer that […]

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Interview With Stuntman, Actor, Screenwriter, Director, Producer John Fallon – A Man Who Does It All

  This afternoon I had the pleasure of speaking with John Fallon of Bruise Productions. He’s the writer and director of ‘The Shelter’ as well as a stuntman, actor, producer and the founder of  You have probably heard of some of the other films he’s written, directed or starred in like ‘Saw II’, ‘American Muscle’, ‘100 Feet’ or […]

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