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Cavity Colors' new Halloween-themed T-Shirt and sweatshirt as well as their very first soy candle will become available tomorrow, September 22nd at 5:00pm Et. Also in today's Horror Highlights: we have lineup details for MondoCon 2016 and the London Horror Film Festival, trailer / premiere details for Twenty Twenty-Four, and details on the 10th Anniversary re-release of Die and Let Live.
Check Out Cavity Colors' Halloween Shirt and Candle: From Cavity Colors: "We live for this. Coming Thursday at 5 p.m. (Edt) - Our very first Soy Candle, alongside a brand new T-shirt & Sweatshirt! - Set your reminders! Only 100 candles were individually produced w/ hand poured soy wax for this release, and they smell Amazing. We've captured the essence of Halloween nostalgia in a jar for this candle, and we can't wait to share them with you!
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London-based producer-financier Alliance Media Partners (Amp) has opened Alliance Media Partners Canada in Toronto, with a view to sourcing, producing and financing projects with Canadian and North American talent.
Amp Canada will be fronted by Sonia Lowe (right), director of international sales for Toronto-based sales and distribution company Raven Banner.
The company has completed principal photography on four films due for release in 2016/2017: Trent Haaga’s pulp thriller 68 Kill (a co-production with Travis Stevens’ Snowfort Pictures); Simon Rumley’s thriller Fashionista; Greg Carter’s urban teen comedy My B.F.F. and Matt Winn’s horror-thriller The Hoarder (pictured above), starring Mischa Barton and Robert Knepper.
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Exclusive: Producers join Marko Mäkilaakso’s pulpy monster movie based on the 80’s video game; Raven Banner sells.
Fledgling UK production/finance company Alliance Media Partners (Amp) is collaborating with Finland’s Roger! Pictures to produce the action-comedy-sci-fi It Came From The Desert.
The film is the first feature from Roger! Pictures, run by producer Teemu Virta and director Marko Mäkilaakso, whose aim is to produce genre films with budgets of under $1m for the international market.
Iron Sky producer Tero Kaukomaa, a shareholder in Roger!, is an executive producer on the film, which is described as “a smart, pulpy, action monster movie, inspired by Cinemaware’s cult 1980s video game of the same name. Its tall tale involves rival motocross heroes (and heroines), kegger parties in the desert, secret underground military bases, romantic insecurities…and giant ants!”
Kaukomaa said: “This deal with Amp gives us an extra power boost to produce this great script into a »
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Horror website Dread Central has teamed up with distributors Rlj Entertainment for a horror release. The film is titled Monsterland and this is a film anthology. Bringing several stories to the screen, the film's first trailer shows a man with a hole in his head, a giant jellyfish and one man turning into a vampire? As well, the eclectic crew, including directors Graham Denman (The Divine Tragedies), Jack Fields, John Skipp, The McCoubrey Brothers and many others, have created a number of unique stories as seen in the film's first trailer, which can be found here! The cast includes dozens and dozens of people. Horror fans will recognize names such as Trent Haaga (Killjoy Goes to Hell), and John Franklin (Children of the Corn). A true send-up to the genre more on Monsterland, including a release date, can be found below. Release Date: June 7th, 2016 (DVD, VOD). Directors: Graham Denman, »
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