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We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting the recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes release details for Out of the Dark, Travelogue of Horror, and The Hunted, a trailer for The Scribbler and The Pyramid, a look at The Walker Stalkers’s music video Talk Dead to Me, advanced screening details for L.A. Slasher, and much more:
Out of the Dark Release Details and Photos: “Vertical Entertainment and Participant Media today announced that Vertical has acquired U.S. rights to Participant’s supernatural thriller Out of the Dark, and slated the film for an early 2015 theatrical release.
Starring Julia Stiles, Scott Speedman, and Stephen Rea, Out of the Dark is a ghost story set in South America, where a young family’s new life turns from promising to terrifying when they are forced to confront ancient legends, ghosts, and a haunting family secret. »
- Tamika Jones
Big Brother added that it was "inevitable" that not all housemates would get along, but added that they would step in if a situation was "escalating" in which any housemate would be "excluded" in behaviour that could be "perceived as bullying".
"I messed up," the 28-year-old reality star told Big Brother. "I take full responsibility for that."
Following her warning, Stephanie »
The pair's tempestuous relationship flared up again earlier today when James accused Gary of being "very, very rude" for interrupting a conversation.
The former Strictly Come Dancing professional said he did not want to have to tell Gary off "like you're a child", adding that he feels like a "babysitter sometimes". Gary defended his attempt to interject in the conversation, explaining that he had heard his name mentioned. He told James that his "intention was not to be rude".
The pair reconnected later in the afternoon, when James explained that he thinks the actor is "brilliant", but acknowledged that he can become "angry" at times due to how Gary can speak.
"I like you, apart from when you're rude," the dancer said. "I think you're brilliant. I find you funny, intelligent, fascinating, but when you're rude to me, »
Frenchy, Stephanie and Kellie were all up for eviction alongside the TV and Broadway star, but the 59-year-old playwright received the fewest public votes.
Speaking to Emma Willis after his exit, the Tennessee native said that he was surprised to have left.
"I was told less than seven days ago that I was the most entertaining," he exclaimed.
"I was screaming and cursing and beating down the door... I guess that's entertainment!"
When Willis asked why his personality had transformed and his more volatile moods had subsided, Leslie quipped:
"I was afraid that at any moment, my mother would come down and say, 'I didn't raise him like that!'"
"No, but one time I was called out for eating too much," he continued, "and until James called me out on it, it hadn't crossed my mind. »
The Double Air Bags 19 star was picked to go by almost 25% of readers.
The seven housemates were put up for eviction in a bout of face-to-face nominations, following the exit of David McIntosh on Wednesday (August 27).
Celebrity Big Brother's live eviction show airs from 9pm tonight on Channel 5. »
The boxer began exercising in his sleep, as well as doing a variety of other strange things, before going back to bed.
He explained to Kellie that he sometimes feels uncomfortable around her, as he knew her prior to her gender transition.
Celebrity Big Brother continues tonight at 9pm on Channel 5. »
Despite claiming that he would not let being unpopular with the crowd bother him, he admitted that the booing had got to him. He speculated with fellow housemates that fans may dislike him because he winds people up, or because he spends a lot of his time with female housemates.
However, Leslie Jordan argued that James had also been mean to him, which may have also made him unpopular with viewers.
James went on to admit that he would be "f**ked off" if it was "the other thing" that had led to the booing. But when pressed by Gary Busey, James said that he could not discuss what he hinted at, »
Seven Celebrity Big Brother housemates have been nominated for eviction.
Big Brother confirmed that all housemates who received at least one nomination face exiting the show during Friday's (August 29) live eviction.
James had theorised the day before that Audley would have been nominated already if he didn't cook for people, saying: "He knows that. Someone told him, 'Cook all the time'.
"Someone said to him, »
Sorry, David McIntosh, but you're old news! The former Gladiator might have been evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house last night, but there was no time for the other stars to take a breather - because it was straight into face-to-face nominations. How cruel!
As a result, seven of the celebrities are facing eviction on Friday: Audley Harrison, Frenchy, Gary Busey, George Gilbey, Kellie Maloney, Leslie Jordan and Stephanie Pratt. Once again it's a vote to save - but once again, we want to know who you want to chuck out! So vote in our poll and leave your comments below to let us know...
Who do you want to be evicted from Celebrity Big Brother on Friday? Let us know below! »
Speaking to Emma Willis post-eviction, McIntosh admitted: "I'm upset. I thought there were a few people coming out [but] it's just me!
"We actually all thought there were gonna be three people coming out, but I'm good, I'm fine.
"I am a competitive man, but it doesn't matter!"
When asked about his Celebrity Big Brother experience, he said: "I enjoyed every single bit... It's crazy in there."
Speaking about Leslie Jordan nominating him for eviction, McIntosh suggested: "I think he could sense from me that I was missing my fiancé.
"And he said he didn't want to look at me, 'cos he was getting too hot under the collar!"
Discussing Gary Busey, McIntosh said: "He's too much. He's so manipulative... He's playing a game."
Talking about James Jordan, »
He earned more than a third of the 10,432 votes in the latest poll.
The ex-Gladiator and partner of Kelly Brook received 21.94% of the votes.
Claire King came fifth with 9.72%.
The Celebrity Big Brother eviction airs tonight on Channel 5 at 9pm. »
There was bitter disappointment in the Celebrity Big Brother house yesterday (August 26) after its famous inhabitants failed their latest shopping task.
The 70-year-old Point Break star entered the Phobia Test room to act out his fake fear of balloons - known as globophobia - and had to pretend to be so frightened that housemates would be compelled to press the panic button and save him.
While Stephanie Pratt showed concern for him, David McIntosh and White Dee suspected that he was acting. Audley Harrison suggested that they press the panic button, but Angelique 'Frenchy' Morgan and James Jordan seemed reluctant.
Expect a saucy surprise or two tonight as this series of Bake Off tackles desserts in its fourth week.
A tiramisu cake and baked Alaska are on the menu - who will progress to the next stage and who will (apple) crumble under the pressure? (Sorry.)
Star Paws: The Rise of Superstar Pets: Channel 4, 9pm
Expect an overload of cute as gifs, adverts, YouTube clips and Grumpy Cat to all come under the microscope.
Celebrity Big Brother: Channel 5, 9pm
She described her former Towie co-star as a "loose cannon", before adding that Goodger has "been through a lot in recent years".
Speaking to Ok! magazine about Goodger, Faiers said: "I don't dislike her, but she's a bit of a loose cannon. I think it could go one way or another and, unfortunately, I don't think it's going to go the best way.
"I hope it does because she's been through a lot in recent years. I hope she comes out well, but I don't know."
Sometimes people argue that Celebrity Big Brother is dead. Then the show produces a clip that proves that it is alive and oh so very well. Over the weekend, one of those very moments arose, thanks to a certain Gary Busey.
Gary's been a fascinating watch so far, but if you didn't catch Celebrity Big Brother's Bit On The Side on Saturday night - and hey, you're busy, we get it - then you probably haven't seen this fantastic clip that had us giggling our heads off.
James Jordan and Audley Harrison were trying to have a serious conversation in the bathroom to resolve their differences, when Gary came swinging out of the shower, grinning and with only a strategically-placed Big Brother eye to save our eyes.
It's utterly bizarre and one of those moments that could only have been on Celebrity Big Brother, so even though it's a couple of days old, »
That's it - the Celebrity Scrapheap is over, and we have our five nominees for eviction from the Celebrity Big Brother house! They're a mixed bunch, so it should be an exciting eviction tomorrow (August 27). But who do you want to go?
You've got your pick from Claire King, David McIntosh, Gary Busey, James Jordan and Kellie Maloney - and while the actual show might want you to vote to save, we're a bit meaner than that and want to know who you want Out. Let us know by voting in our poll and leaving your comments below...
Who do you want to be evicted from Celebrity Big Brother first? Let us know below! »
In the garden, David McIntosh asks Ricci whether he would be as attracted to Lauren in the outside world, to which Ricci replies: "I really like her". David then advises Ricci to "take a step back", and not overwhelm her with his feelings.
Despite feeling embarrassed, Lauren admits that it's "nice when someone likes you…it's quite cute".
Edele comments that it's hard to form a relationship when there's pressure involved and suggests they could get together over time.
Fear is the name of the game in the latest Celebrity Big Brother task.
Housemates will come face to face with various phobias, but must resist pressing the panic button if they are to win the task.
What they don't know, however, is that the real task lies in the hands of Gary Busey, who must convince the others he has a huge phobia of balloons before entering a room full of them.
If housemates take pity on Gary and press the panic button on his behalf, the group will win a luxury shopping budget.
As part of the fake task, Stephanie Pratt will face the fear of smells (osmophobia) by entering a room with a perspex box full of smelly socks, raw fish, mouldy food and live flies.
Stephanie will need to move closer to the box and eventually end up inside it to pass the task.
Nominations are set in the Celebrity Big Brother house, following one housemate being saved from the Celebrity Scrapheap.
Celebrity Big Brother's Leslie and Kellie reconcile after argument
One housemate was given the chance to be saved from the Scrapheap earlier today (August 24), when housemates took part in the 'More or Less a Celebrity' task.
The Scrapheap residents were asked a series of questions about each other's talents and levels of fame, and were required to match Leslie's answers.
She was then ordered to select a housemate to replace her, and chose James Jordan.
Big Brother subsequently prompted Leslie to pick one more Scrapheap resident, »
Tonight's Celebrity Big Brother will see three housemates battle it out to avoid the Scrapheap.
They will be given 30 minutes to prepare after which they will be called on stage one at a time to put their talents on show in front of the other housemates.
Edele will be singing 'C'est La Vie', Claire will be acting out a scene from Romeo and Juliet and David will be flexing his muscles.
The pair have already been forced to change into jumpsuits and haven't had any access to their beds or suitcases. »
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