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We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes details on zombie-themed charities working to fight Cancer, DVD release details for Raze, first details on Autumn Moon and The Infected, and much more:
The Walking Hope Charity Details: “Do you Relay like I do? Are you a supporter of Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society? Are you a fan of the AMC Show “The Walking Dead?” Yes…Yes…and Yes!! This shirt is for you! All proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society via Rfl!
The Walking Hope has broad support of fans and cast and crew of the show like Melissa Mcbride, Norman Reedus, Addy Miller, Kyla Kenedy, Jon Bernthal, Steven Yeun, Emily Kinney, Lauren Cohan, Brighton Sharbino, Chad Coleman and more!
Each year, millions of people in 21 countries take place in Relay For Life events. »
- Tamika Jones
On tap for you today is the first look at indie filmmaker Mike Hermosa's Dutch Hollow in the form of a teaser poster. All we really know about the film for now is that metal band Cky is providing the score, which is enough to pique our interest and tingle our ear buds with excitement.
Check out the poster and plot crunch below, and expect more soon!
When a young female murder suspect is found dead, homicide detective Doug Ellis is forced to close one case, only to open another. But his obsession with the truth places him squarely in the middle of the case he’s supposed to be investigating.
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