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Sam Qualiana's new found footage monster flick, The Legend of Six Fingers, is coming home to VOD and DVD in a few months, and we have some new images and artwork to help you get your Sasaquatchploitation on!
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Coming off the success of his micro-budget "animals attack" feature Snow Shark, Buffalo director Sam Qualiana has crafted a new monster movie inspired by found footage and local Native American tales, The Legend of Six Fingers.
The Legend of Six Fingers was produced by Gregory Lamberson (Slime City, Slime City Massacre) and executive produced by Michael Raso. It comes to home entertainment June 24, 2014, on the Bloody Earth Films label. The film premiered at 2013’s Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival.
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With FCC chairman Tom Wheeler announcing plans Wednesday to do a rewrite of net neutrality regulations, studios this time around have even more reason to be concerned about how robust the agency makes its rules of the road for the Internet.
As showbiz increasingly embraces over-the-top video via streaming services like Amazon Prime or set-top boxes like Apple TV, the D.C. Circuit’s overturning of the FCC’s net neutrality rules last month left the sobering possibility that Internet service providers could eventually function as middlemen, demanding to be paid.
Adding to the dynamics is Comcast’s proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable. Already the largest cable operator and the owner of NBCUniversal, Comcast is also the largest ISP in the U.S., and its acquisition would make it even bigger, representing about one-third of all broadband service in the country.
But under the terms of its NBCU acquisition »
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