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First trailer for throwback slasher ‘Easter Sunday’

Northgate Pictures have released the official trailer (which is embedded below, along with the poster from SadistArt Designs and four still) from Easter Sunday, which stars the late Robert Z’Dar (Manaic Cop), who passed away earlier this year. The film will be dedicated in his memory.

A throwback to the campy and gory slashers of the ’80s, Easter Sunday is written and directed by Jeremy Todd Morehead. Along with Z’Dar and Morehead, the cast includes Ari Lehman (Friday the 13th), Edward X. Young (Mr. Hush) and Shawn C. Phillips (Ghost Shark).

It has been 24 years since the deranged serial killer Douglas Fisher was executed by police on Easter night. This year, a group of hard-partying teenagers not only raise some hell, but literally raise the dead! The teens accidentally conjure the spirit of Douglas Fisher… Aka the bunny masked killer! These teens have until midnight on Easter to stop the evil bunny slasher,
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New NCIS Los Angeles Season 6,Episode 2 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS released the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "NCIS: Los Angeles" episode 2 of season 6. The episode is entitled, "Inelegant Heart," and it sounds like things will get quite interesting and intense as Hetty gets investigated, the team investigates the murder of a crooked navy contractor, and more. In the new, 2nd episode press release: The NCIS: La team is going to discover that one of their own is compromised when they investigate the murder of a navy contractor involved with selling highly confidential data. Press release number 2: The NCIS: La team will discover that one of their own is compromised when they investigate the murder of a Navy contractor involved in illegal transactions of confidential data. In the meantime, Hetty is going to be under investigation in Washington, D.C., when the Department of Justice arrives in L.A. to investigate the team. Guest
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Watch the First 6 Minutes of the 'Easter Sunday' Horror Movie

As a special Easter treat, Northgate Pictures is egg-cited to present the first six minutes of Jeremy Todd Morehead's Easter Sunday. The slasher throwback stars Robert Z'Dar (Maniac Cop) and Ari Lehman (Friday The 13th). The story centers on a group of teenagers who accidentally conjure the spirit of a vicious serial killer, who was executited 24 years ago on Easter Sunday. Take a look at the opening scenes and a new poster from this upcoming thriller, which debuts August 9.

It's been 24 years since the deranged serial killer Douglas Fisher was executed by police on Easter night. This year, a group of hard-partying teenagers not only raise some hell, but literally raise the dead! The teens accidentally conjure the spirit of Douglas Fisher... Aka the bunny masked killer! These teens have until midnight on Easter to stop the evil bunny slasher, or he will tear their town - and everyone in it - to pieces.
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Check Out the First 6 Minutes of Easter Sunday Here

Northgate Pictures took advantage of the holiday weekend to debut the first six minutes of it's upcoming indie horror film Easter Sunday. You can watch it via the player here. It's been 24 years since the deranged serial killer Douglas Fisher was executed by police on Easter night. This year, a group of hard-partying teenagers not only raise some hell, but literally raise the dead! The teens accidentally conjure the spirit of Douglas Fisher... Aka the bunny masked killer! These teens have until midnight on Easter to stop the evil bunny slasher, or he will tear their town - and everyone in it - to pieces.

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Exclusive: Watch the Opening of Easter Sunday!

As a special Easter treat we're happy to present to you, our fellow loonies, the opening six minutes of the new slasher flick Easter Sunday! So get ready to color your eggs blood red (which incidentally is the title of our favorite rejected Herschell Gordon Lewis script).

A gory love letter to the golden era of slasher movies, the indie film Easter Sunday is written and directed by Jeremy Todd Morehead and stars horror legends Robert Z’Dar and Ari Lehman.

Easter Sunday's dynamic cast boasts Robert Z’Dar, the iconic actor best known as Maniac Cop; Ari Lehman; the first actor to portray Jason Voorhees in the original Friday the 13th; and indie veterans Edward X. Young (Mr. Hush) and Shawn C. Phillips (Ghost Shark). They join a number of promising up-and-comers including Paige Taylor, Christine Galbraith, William Bozarth, Jon McKoy, and Travis Marion.

Northgate Pictures has released
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Indie Slasher Easter Sunday Drops Trailer and Music Video

This one is for those of you that enjoy micro budget indie horror films. Easter Sunday has an estimated budget of just 10000. As Easter quickly approaches Northgate Pictures has released the official teaser trailer and music video for Easter Sunday. A gory love letter to the golden era of slasher movies Easter Sunday follows a group of teens who accidentally conjure the spirit of Douglas Fisher a deranged bunny maskclad serial killer.
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A New Killer Arrives on Easter Sunday

Easter Sunday is known for many things: the famed bunny, decorating eggs, egg hunts and rollings, huge baskets of candy... oh, and something about Jesus Christ and such. Well, it's about to be known for something else - something a bit more menacing!

From the Press Release

As Easter quickly approaches, Northgate Pictures is proud to present the official teaser trailer for Easter Sunday. A gory love letter to the golden era of slasher movies, the indie film is written and directed by Jeremy Todd Morehead and stars horror legends Robert Z’Dar and Ari Lehman.

Easter Sunday's dynamic cast boasts Robert Z’Dar, the iconic actor best known as Maniac Cop; Ari Lehman; the first actor to portray Jason Voorhees in the original Friday the 13th; and indie veterans Edward X. Young (Mr. Hush) and Shawn C. Phillips (Ghost Shark). They join a number of promising up-and-comers including Paige Taylor,
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Easter Sunday Trailer Brings Horror to an Egg Hunt!

The Bunny Man, rumored to be the Easter Bunny, is an urban legend originating from two incidents in Fairfax County Virginia in 1970, but has been spread throughout the Washington D.C. area. There are many variations to the legend, but most involve a man wearing a rabbit costume who attacks people with an axe on Easter Sunday! Horror icon Robert Z'Dar (Maniac Cop, Tango & Cash) returns to the big screen alongside Edward X. Young in the first trailer for this blood-soaked slasher flick, which finds Douglas Fisher returning in 2013 to finish the terror he began 24 years ago.

Take a look at the trailer, poster, photos and synopsis, then clickHere to visit this project's Kickstarter page to find out more about this indie horror, which is based on a true Virginia urban legend that terrified an entire state of children and adults alike.

Easter Sunday Trailer

Production on Easter Sunday is currently under way in Virginia,
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Jeffery Boswall obituary

Wildlife film-maker and natural history broadcaster who worked for the BBC

Jeffery Boswall, who has died of cancer aged 81, helped to cultivate the BBC Natural History Unit's global reputation for wildlife film-making. The popular children's series Animal Magic, which began in 1962, gave Boswall his first TV experience as a producer and director after working in radio. The series' presenter Johnny Morris – dressed as a zookeeper for the filmed inserts – had a gentle, humorous style and put words into animals' mouths by mimicking what he envisaged them to be saying. Gerald Durrell was also a presenter of the early programmes.

Boswall then worked on Look, presented by Peter Scott, the renowned conservationist and leader of ornithological expeditions worldwide. The Private Life of the Kingfisher (1966), one of the episodes he produced for the wildlife series, was the Natural History Unit's first programme to be broadcast in colour. Filmed over a year on the river Test in Hampshire,
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Jeffery Boswall obituary

Wildlife film-maker and natural history broadcaster who worked for the BBC

Jeffery Boswall, who has died of cancer aged 81, helped to cultivate the BBC Natural History Unit's global reputation for wildlife film-making. The popular children's series Animal Magic, which began in 1962, gave Boswall his first TV experience as a producer and director after working in radio. The series' presenter Johnny Morris – dressed as a zookeeper for the filmed inserts – had a gentle, humorous style and put words into animals' mouths by mimicking what he envisaged them to be saying. Gerald Durrell was also a presenter of the early programmes.

Boswall then worked on Look, presented by Peter Scott, the renowned conservationist and leader of ornithological expeditions worldwide. The Private Life of the Kingfisher (1966), one of the episodes he produced for the wildlife series, was the Natural History Unit's first programme to be broadcast in colour. Filmed over a year on the river Test in Hampshire,
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