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‘Society’ Blu-ray Review (Arrow Video)

Stars: Billy Warlock, Devin DeVasquez, Evan Richards, Ben Meyerson, Charles Lucia, Concetta D’Agnese, Patrice Jennings, Heidi Kozak, Ben Slack, David Wiley, Tim Bartell, Brian Bremer, Maria Claire | Written by Rick Fry, Woody Keith | Directed by Brian Yuzna

If you are old enough to remember the good old days of renting out horror movies on videos you’ll remember the joy of watching the trailers for new releases, even if you’d seen them many times before. There was a lot of work put into them and they did their job well. One I always remember seeing and it left me wanting more was the trailer for Society, just a shame I never managed to get it. Now though, with Arrow Video’s Blu-ray release, I finally get to see the film in all its gory glory.

Bill Whitney (Warlock) “appears” to be your average teenager. Being part of a
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Kristen Stewart Looks Ultra Sexy On ‘Maire Claire Australia’ Cover

A stunning Kristen graces the cover of the January 2013 issue of 'Marie Claire Australia'. Is this her best look ever? Kristen Stewart is glowing on the new January 2013 issue of the Australian edition of Maria Claire. Does being in love with Robert Pattinson have something to do with how beautiful she looks? In the new issue of Marie Claire Australia, Kristen says, "You have to find your own way in life." Are you happy that Kristen is finding her way in life with the help of Rob? What do You think, HollywoodLifers? Has Kristen found her way in life? --Sandra Clark More Kristen Stewart News Kristen Stewart & Robert Pattinson Get Romantic In New Music Video Robert Pattinson: Kristen Stewart Wears ‘Very Small Clothes’ Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart: Scheduling Time To See Each Other [polldaddy poll=6749028]
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Slew of media and reports arise from the 'Spider-Man' reboot set

For the past week, set pictures of the new Spider-Man in action have been hitting the net. As you know, we here at Tmp enforce a strict “overcrowding” rule, which basically states that we don’t want to write too many articles about one particular subject to better makes sure that the subject doesn’t get boring. We just don’t think that we should bombard you with multiple stories about a single film…well, unless it’s Tron: Legacy. Or The Dark Knight Rises. Or Gravity. You know what, scratch everything I just said, we were just being lazy. However, we decided that the massive amount of set news (which are in no way, shape, or form associated with the studio) can no longer be ignored. So hit the jump to find pictures, reports, and video from the set of the new Spider-Man.

First up, let’s talk about the "J.
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Five Clips From Shout! Factory's Slumber Party Massacre Collection

Next Tuesday Shout! Factory unleashes yet another winning package that we never thought we'd see. That's right, kids. The Slumber Party Massacre collection is heading our way, and we have a look at it for you!

From the Press Release:

Stay up all night with the films that put a new twist on the slasher genre. Along with Halloween (1978), Friday the 13th (1980) and Prom Night (1980), Slumber Party Massacre (1982) helped define the slasher film ethos of the 1980s. Put together by first-time director Amy Holden from a script, titled “Don’t Open the Door," by feminist author Rita Mae Brown (Rubyfruit Jungle), the film was an immediate hit for Roger Corman's New World Pictures, eventually spawning two sequels.

Here, for the first time, all three Slumber Party Massacres are brought together in one DVD set, due to drill its way into your heart on October 5, 2010 from Shout! Factory, in association with New Horizons Picture Corporation.
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More Corman Classics Come Home: Full Specs on Slumber Party Massacre Collection and The Evil / Twice Dead Double Feature Disc

October 5th is looking so sweet! In what's going to be a banner day for Roger Corman fans, Shout! Factory (god bless its soul) is releasing several of Corman's craziest titles as part of its stellar Cult Classics Collection, and we've got all the details!

From the Press Release:

Stay up all night with the films that put a new twist on the slasher genre. Along with Halloween (1978), Friday the 13th(1980) and Prom Night (1980), Slumber Party Massacre (1982) helped define the slasher film ethos of the 1980s. Put together by first-time director Amy Holden from a script, titled “Don’t Open the Door," by feminist author Rita Mae Brown (Rubyfruit Jungle), the film was an immediate hit for Roger Corman's New World Pictures, eventually spawning two sequels.

Here, for the first time, all three Slumber Party Massacres are brought together in one DVD set, due to drill its way into
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