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Amer Movie Review, Trailer, Pictures & News

15 April 2014 12:07 PM, PDT | Sky Movies | See recent Sky Movies news »

First time feature filmmaking duo Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani score a bullseye with this gorgeous, grisly and unforgettable bloody valentine to 1970s Italian thrillers. Stunningly designed and shot, a woman's life from childhood to adult years plays out as a ghost story, sexual adventure and psycho chiller. Fans of Dario Argento, Mario Bava and Lucio Fulci will have a field day spotting the references, while others will be dazzled by this unusual, scintillating debut. »

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Indie Spotlight

30 March 2014 1:01 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature has first details on multiple projects including Night of the Living Deb, The Broadcast, Dial 9 to Get Out, and House of Forbidden Secrets, a monster themed giveaway from The Hub’s Spooksville, artwork from The Walking Dead Tribute, trailers for Infliction and Damned Love, and much more:

Night of the Living Deb Casting News: “Night of the Living Deb is an indie movie in development from producer Kyle Rankin (Battle of Shaker Heights, Infestation). Attached actors include David Krumholtz (“Numb3rs,” This is the End, Ray), Michael Cassidy (Argo, “Men at Work,” “The Oc”), Ray Wise (“Twin Peaks,” “Reaper,” “Mad Men”).

It’s a female-driven action-horror rom-com set in the world of a zombie apocalypse on Christmas.

The crowdfunding campaign is gaining popularity for its unusual approach: rather than the »

- Tamika Jones

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Freakland Teams Up with 'First Jason' Ari Lehman for 'Friday the 13th' Bust!

19 March 2014 | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

One of our favorite Diy Monster Makers, Spain's Freakland Shop, has joined forces with original Jason Voorhees portrayer Ari Lehman for a Limited Edition bust depicting the first ever screen appearance of the legendary Friday the 13th boogeyman.     Measuring approximately 7 inches high, the hand-sculpted and hand-painted polyresin statuette depicts Jason at the moment he bursts from beneath the still waters of Crystal Lake – that unforgettable shock that helped kick-start one of horror's most enduring franchises.     The bust comes complete with one of two collector's card options (buyer's choice), both signed by Lehman in silver marker.     Get over to Freakland Shop pronto before they're gone... and don't forget to check out their equally cool bust depicting the gruesome “drill scene” from Lucio Fulci's The Gates of Hell, signed by actor John Morghen! »

- Gregory Burkart

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Cinema at the Margins

17 March 2014 10:23 AM, PDT | The Moving Arts Journal | See recent The Moving Arts Journal news »

Wheeler Winston Dixon’s Cinema at the Margins is an enlightening collection of essays and interviews. Wearing his encyclopedic knowledge lightly, Dixon shares his expert insights and research in an eloquent, eminently readable style. I chose to review his new book because its reference to the ‘margins’ held the enticing promise of new discoveries, and a brief survey of its table of contents confirmed that, alongside well-known and much-loved names, there were also unfamiliar ones. The volume covers an early film by Peter Bogdanovich, the horror movies of Lucio Fulci, American 1930s and 40s science fiction serials, the TV series Dragnet, the brief career of Argentine director Fabián Bielinsky and the long one of Hollywood director Sam Newfield, Robert Bresson’s Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne (1945), U.S. 1960s experimental cinema, Dixon’s own meditation on the shift to digital, and interviews with music video director Dale “Rage” Resteghini, »

- Alison Frank

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Indie Spotlight

16 March 2014 2:21 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes details on the Lethal Ladies of Horror Film Festival, House of Monsters concept art, a Chainsaw Sally: The Animated Series casting update, multiple trailers, reviews, and much more:

Lethal Ladies of Horror Film Festival Details: “You can’t keep a lethal lady down. Flicks for Fans and Arrow in the Head, the team behind last year’s Evil Dead Fest, are proud to present the resurrection of the all new Lethal Ladies of Horror Film Festival Saturday, March 29th, 2014 at the famed art deco-themed 1940’s built Crest Theatre in Westwood, CA. This will be an amazing event for all film fans and those with an appreciation for strong roles by women in horror. As always Flicks for Fans will have much for fans who attend the fest including great concession specials, »

- Tamika Jones

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'Killer Pov' Podcast Celebrates 50th Episode with Bill Lustig!

14 March 2014 5:30 PM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

If you're looking for a diverse and entertaining horror themed podcast, hopefully you've already found 'Killer Pov,' the weekly horror talk show podcast hosted by Fearnet's own Rob Galluzzo, Fangoria's Rebekah McKendry and Inside Horror's Elric Kane. Available on both iTunes and directly from the GeekNation website (who produces the show), the gang recently celebrated their 50th episode (!) and joining in on the celebration was none other than director William Lustig (aka Bill to those that know him well)! Lustig was the man behind the original 'Maniac,' the 'Maniac Cop' franchise, as well as cult classics 'Vilgilante,' 'Hit List,' 'Relentless' and 'Uncle Sam' (currently streaming this week in The Vault with exclusive video commentary by Heidi Honeycutt & Jill Kill), as well as being at the forefront of home video entertainment with his company Blue Underground

During the lengthy 2 hour chat, »

- Rob Galluzzo

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The 20 Most Awesome Fight Scenes in Genre Movies

14 March 2014 11:00 AM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

Everyone has that one cinematic brawl that sticks with him or her. They buy special edition Blu-rays to watch the glorious scenes in high definition, wear shirts sporting their favorite competitor, and even engage in debates with other fans about which character they think would win if the duel occurred in real life. With The Raid 2 coming out soon, what better time to look back on best fight scenes that genre films have to offer? Read on to see which conflicts make the list, and keep an eye out for The Raid 2, which is set to release on March 28th, 2014.     20. Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan - Rooftop Scene   Although it may seem a little campy, Julius deserves a ton of credit for being one of the only people to stand up and fight Jason Voorhees, instead of just running away. Julius lands nearly all of his blows, »

- Kalyn Corrigan

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The Beyond and Cannibal Holocaust to Take a Bite Out of Blu-ray

12 March 2014 2:35 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Good news is coming in for collectors of horror on Blu-ray as the Lucio Fulci classic The Beyond (Aka 7 Doors of Death) and Cannibal Holocaust are getting set to make their high definition premiere via Grindhouse Releasing!

Preliminary street dates for these upcoming releases have not yet been revealed.

The Beyond Synopsis

A young woman from New York named Liza (Katherine MacColl) inherits a Louisiana motel that has been unoccupied for nearly 60 years. While restoring the old building, many of the workers meet mysterious and untimely deaths, each more ill-fated than the next. Furthermore, Liza is visited by a blind specter named Emily (Sarah Keller), who lectures from a 4,000-year-old book of collected prophecies that explains the motel is situated above one of seven portals to hell. As her sanity dwindles, Liza finds some much-needed stability in a local doctor named John McCabe (David Warbeck), who is determined to find »

- Uncle Creepy

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Cannibal Holocaust and The Beyond are Coming to Blu-ray

12 March 2014 2:18 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

It has been officially confirmed that Grindhouse Releasing is working on a Blu-ray edition of The Beyond and Cannibal Holocaust. Both movies were previously released by Grindhouse Releasing on DVD and we’ve provided details below on the bonus features that will likely be ported over to the new high-def versions. A release date has not been specified, but we expect to see them later this year and will keep Daily Dead readers posted on any updates.

Cannibal Holocaust: “The most controversial movie ever made has finally arrived on DVD! Banned and heavily censored throughout theiworld, here is a film that surpasses its reputation as a shotgun blast to the senses. Cannibal Holocaust presents the “found footage” of four documentary filmmakers who experience brutal death at the hands of a savage South American tribe of flesh-eaters. This footage is so intense, so graphic and so unflinching in its realism »

- Jonathan James

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‘Bloody Homecoming’ Review

10 March 2014 4:01 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Jim Tavaré, Rae Latt, Lexi Giovagnoli, Alex Dobrenko, Randi Lamey, Branden Lee Roth, Taryn Cervarich, Elizabeth Bigger, Shaleen Cholera, Grainne McDermott, Jesse Ferraro, Steve Earnest, Victoria Park, Hilary Wagner | Written by Jake Helgren | Directed by Brian C. Weed

Three years earlier Billy Corbin died trapped in a fiery storeroom. Now the ones who let him burn are attending their school homecoming party and it could be their last. 
It’s payback time without pity for the young, the foolish and the beautiful. One by one they disappear, each meeting a gory, terrifying end. The corridors of Winston High are dark, slippery and wet with the blood of those who came before.

First off, you’re probably all aware of just how much I love slasher movies. If I have one particular genre love (behind 80s teen flicks I might add) it’s 80s slashers. I could never get enough »

- Phil Wheat

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Freakland Recreates the 'Drill Scene' from Fulci's 'Gates of Hell' as a Vinyl Bust

7 March 2014 12:00 PM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

If you missed our previous Diy Monster Makers features on the amazing hand-sculpted collectibles from Freakland Shop, it's high time you got onboard with their latest creations... like this awesome polyresin replica depicting one of the most notorious scenes from Lucio Fulci's gore epic City of the Living Dead, known stateside as The Gates of Hell.      That's right, we're talking about the infamous power-drill-through-the-head death of poor “Bob” (Giovanni Lombardo Radice, a.k.a. John Morghen) at the hands of his lady-friend's vengeful father... here's that scene, if you need a refresher:     The hand-sculpted, hand-painted vinyl busts (roughly 5” tall) are limited to a run of 500 numbered units, each accompanied by one of two styles of movie cards, autographed by Morghen himself.     Visit Freakland Shop for ordering info, and be sure to check out our previous feature to see more of their excellent horror replicas. »

- Gregory Burkart

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Second Trailer for Bombshell Bloodbath Brings the Carnage

28 February 2014 8:45 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

The second trailer for the new zombie flick Bombshell Bloodbath has arrived with a splash, and we have it for you right here to help you slip and slide into the weekend. Check it out and love every second.

Directed by Brett Mullen and written by Mullen and Sky Tilley, Bombshell Bloodbath stars Alex Elliot, Rob Springer, Larry Parks, Samantha Mills, Jess Barbour, Shane Terry, Kathy Sandvoss, Miles Snow, Joanne Maye, Brianna Doss, Ed Ricker, Darren Hummel, Don Sill, Owen Daily, and Matthew Moore.

The flick is scheduled to hit the festival circuit in 2014. Influenced by works of Lucio Fulci (Zombi 2) and Umberto Lenzi (Nightmare City), Bombshell Bloodbath resonates Fabio Frizzi styled tracks from Kansas City artist Matt Hill (Umberto) and boatloads of gore by Joh Harp FX.

Check out the trailer and more below.

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- Uncle Creepy

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Who Was That Zombie? Check Out These Zombie Homages from The Walking Dead

21 February 2014 12:13 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

"The Walking Dead" is not a show to thrive on celebrity guests. Aside from Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward and F/X god Greg Nicotero (who works on the show anyway), there have been no celebrity zombie appearances. But there have been plenty of zombie tributes.

Dynamo writer John Squires recently compiled a list of zombie "cameos" from "The Walking Dead." The list consists of zombies on the show designed to look like (in)famous zombies from films past, and we'll review them here.

If you've noticed any that may been have missed, please feel free to add them in the comments section below.

Season 1, Episode 4 - Day of the Dead - Doctor Tongue

Dr. Tongue from Day of the Dead was the first zombie seen in the film, which was Greg Nicotero's first feature. He worked as an assistant to Tom Savini, and Dr. Tongue was just »

- Scott Hallam

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10 More Must-Own Horror Toys

17 February 2014 2:00 PM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

Last month we took a look at 10 must-own horror toys, and this week we add to that list with another 10 that no horror fan’s collection should be without. So let’s get right to it, shall we?!

Given how iconic he is in the world of horror, it’s quite surprising that only two companies have ever released a toy of Norman Bates. The first of those companies was McFarlane, which added the ultimate momma’s boy to Series 2 of their Movie Maniacs line, back in 1999. A major spoiler for anyone who hadn’t seen Psycho and had been living under a rock, the toy came with a removable wig and essentially depicted both Norman Bates and ‘mother,’ based on the infamous shower stabbing scene. These typically sell for around $10-20, but can oftentimes be found for even cheaper.

More recently, Mezco released a Psycho-inspired Living Dead Dolls two pack, »

- John Squires

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6 Fun ‘Walking Dead’ Zombie Cameos You Might Have Missed

12 February 2014 9:00 AM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

I think it’s pretty safe to say that The Walking Dead wouldn’t be The Walking Dead without Greg Nicotero, a guy that was born and bred to bring the zombies from Robert Kirkman’s comic series to life on the small screen. Nicotero began his career as a special makeup effects artist, cutting his proverbial teeth on the sets of films like Day of the Dead and Evil Dead 2, and not only is he in charge of the zombie makeup on The Walking Dead, but he’s also become an executive producer and even occasional director of the show.

Nicotero has been given a lot of freedom when it comes to designing the walkers that Rick and the gang are perpetually on the run from, and he’s had a whole lot of fun with that freedom over the years. It’s not uncommon for him to throw »

- John Squires

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This Week in The Vault: Rebekah McKendry and Dave Parker Chat About 'Dead & Buried'

6 February 2014 10:30 AM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

In The Vault this week, we welcome director Dave Parker (The Hills Run Red, ColdWater) and journalist Rebekah McKendry from Fangoria. These are two of the biggest horror nerds I know (and I know a lot of horror nerds) so they give some great insight on this week's film, Dead & Buried.

Dead & Buried is a kind of low-key zombie flick. I had never even heard of it until we started working on The Vault. The small New England coastal town of Potter's Bluff is a popular vacation spot, but visitors frequently end up, well, murdered. But thanks to some voodoo witchcraft, the dead rise again, as residents who don't eat brains and, frankly, act as if nothing happened - except, of course, when it is time to kill the newbies.

Directed by Gary Sherman (Poltergeist III, Raw Meat), the screenplay comes from Dan O'Bannon, best known for writing the original Alien. »

- Alyse Wax

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Full Moon Streaming Acquires 50 Blue Underground Titles, Including Tombs of the Blind Dead, The Church

3 February 2014 4:08 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

We have great news for those of you who subscribe to Full Moon Streaming. It has been announced that fifty Blue Underground titles have been acquired by Full Moon Features for their new streaming service:

“Los Angeles, CA, February 3, 2014 – Full Moon Features is proud to announce their most exciting acquisition yet – fifty of cinema’s most obscure and beloved classics from the Blue Underground label will debut on their new subscription-based video streaming service, Full Moon Streaming (www.fullmoonstreaming.com), home to the entire Full Moon Features library.   The Blue Underground titles will be released once per week beginning in March, and titles will include Venom (a beloved thriller about a killer snake starring Klaus Kinski, Susan George, and Oliver Reed), Mondo Cane (the Award-Winning documentary that launched the whole “mondo” craze of the sixties), Contamination (a gory Italian homage to Alien), Violent City (the Charles Bronson action classic), Don »

- Jonathan James

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Blue Underground and Full Moon Entertainment Team Up for Streaming Terror

3 February 2014 9:15 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Full Moon has been steadily beefing up its streaming service, and if you haven't had a chance to check it out yet, this latest announcement should persuade you and then some. Read on for details, and get those smart TVs ready!

From the Press Release

Full Moon Features is proud to announce their most exciting acquisition yet – fifty of cinema’s most obscure and beloved classics from the Blue Underground label will debut on their new subscription-based video streaming service, FullMoonStreaming.com, home to the entire Full Moon Features library.

Blue Underground titles will include Venom (a beloved thriller about a killer snake starring Klaus Kinski, Susan George, and Oliver Reed), Mondo Cane (the award-winning documentary that launched the whole “Mondo” craze of the Sixties), Contamination (a gory Italian homage to Alien), Violent City (the Charles Bronson action classic), Don’T Torture A Duckling (horror/thriller from Italian godfather of »

- Uncle Creepy

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This Week in The Vault: Greg McDougall and Josh Thompson Comment on Dario Argento's 'Deep Red'

30 January 2014 10:30 AM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

On this week's The Vault, we have a classic from the godfather of Italian horror: Dario Argento's Deep RedDeep Red (or Profondo Rosso in Italy) is probably best remembered for that creepy doll and the classic score by Goblin. Joining us for Deep Red are special effects artist Greg McDougall (The Purge) and actor/comedian Josh Thompson (The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson). While Josh may not be known as a "horror guy," he is a horror fan - and he does a killer Morgan Freeman impression that you must see to believe. (I swear, we didn't doctor it at all!)

Deep Red follows a pianist who witnesses the brutal murder of a famous psychic. He becomes embroiled in the case, but the deeper he gets, the more the bodies pile up. Deep Red marks the first collaboration of many between Argento and the band Goblin, led by frontman Claudio Simonetti. »

- Alyse Wax

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Get Ready for an Italian-Style Bombshell Bloodbath

28 January 2014 7:00 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

One of the key ingredients of any successful zombie movie is you Have to have cool looking zombies. The white powder make-up and stage blood goth-gone-wild look only gets you so far. In terms of the new zombie flick Bombshell Bloodbath... its makers are on the right track!

Directed by Brett Mullen and written by Mullen and Sky Tilley, Bombshell Bloodbath stars Alex Elliot, Rob Springer, Larry Parks, Samantha Mills, Jess Barbour, Shane Terry, Kathy Sandvoss, Miles Snow, Joanne Maye, Brianna Doss, Ed Ricker, Darren Hummel, Don Sill, Owen Daily, and Matthew Moore.

The flick is scheduled to hit the festival circuit in 2014. Influenced by works of Lucio Fulci (Zombi 2) and Umberto Lenzi (Nightmare City), Bombshell Bloodbath resonates Fabio Frizzi styled tracks from Kansas City artist Matt Hill (Umberto) and boatloads of gore by Joh Harp FX.

Check out the trailer and more below.

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- Uncle Creepy

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