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A scary monster movie comes to Key West just as a nuclear crisis breaks out! Joe Dante’s incomparable paean to monster kid culture has finally arrived on Region A Blu-ray, with the great extras we expect from every Dante-involved home video offering. The picture only gets more charming and funny with time, from its great cast of teens to the perfect pitch of John Goodman and Cathy Moriarty’s bigger-than-life characters.

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1993 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 99 min. / Street Date January 16, 2018 / 34.93

Starring John Goodman, Cathy Moriarty, Simon Fenton, Omri Katz, Lisa Jakub, Kellie Martin, Jesse Lee, Lucinda Jenney, James Villemaire, Robert Picardo, Jesse White, Dick Miller, John Sayles, David Clennon, Belinda Balaski, Naomi Watts, Robert Cornthwaite, Kevin McCarthy, William Schallert.

Cinematography John Hora

Film Editor Marshall Harvey

Original Music Jerry Goldsmith

Written by Charles S. Haas, story by Haas & Jerico.

Produced by Michael Finnell

Directed by Joe Dante
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Revisiting the film of Stephen King's Thinner

Rebecca Lea Oct 30, 2017

Our lookbacks at the screen adaptations of Stephen King find us at Thinner, starring Robert John Burke...

The film: Morbidly obese and deeply unpleasant lawyer Billy Halleck (Robert John Burke) runs over an old gypsy woman with his car, distracted by his wife Heidi (Lucinda Jenney) who is doing something rather rude to him. His ties to the local law enforcement, Judge Cary Rossington (John Horton) and Chief of Police Duncan Hopley (Daniel von Bargen), means the case is dismissed before it gets to court. However, the old woman’s father (Michael Constantine) has a different kind of justice in mind. He curses Halleck with the word ‘thinner’ and soon, Halleck begins to lose weight at a dangerous and ever-increasing rate.

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Thinner is one of the books written under Stephen King’s pseudonym Richard Bachman, and it has the
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New Revenge Season 4,Episode 17 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By ABC

Recently, ABC released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Revenge" episode 17 of season 4. The episode is entitled, "Loss," and it turns out that we're going to see some very intense and drama-filled action go down as one of Emily's friends becomes a casualty. Ben pays Nolan and Louise a visit, and more. In the new, 17th episode press release: Emily's Oldest Friend Becomes The Latest Casualty. Press release number 2: As Emily fights to clear Jack's name in and out of court, newlyweds Nolan and Louise are going to receive a visit from Officer Ben Hunter. Guest stars feature: Gail O'Grady as Stevie Grayson, Josh Pence as Tony Hughes, Lucinda Jenney as Judge Leanne Knowles, Bradley White as George Easton, Ed Quinn as James Allen, Jeffrey David Anderson as Officer Schaefer, Tim Powell as Alexander Strouse, Maria McCann as Doctor, Christopher Allen as Emt and Liz Jenkins as Lab Tech.
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Rogue River Only Goes Half the Distance: A Movie Review

*here be major spoilers. Director: Jourdan McClure. Writers: Ryan Finnerty and Kevin Haskin. Cast: Michelle Page, Art Alexakis, Chris Coy, Michael Cudlitz, Lucinda Jenney, and Bill Moseley. Tagline: "Still waters run deep." Rogue River is the second project that this reviewer has seen from Kejo Productions. The other was a thriller titled Sensored starring Robert Picardo. Sensored was a entertaining outing. Rogue River is less thrilling and more predictable. Even a theme of incest only creates a few unsettling moments. This film, which clocks in at a mere eighty-one minutes, is not really recommended for horrors fans seeking something really frightening. The film follows Mara (Michelle Page) on her journey to bury her father's ashes. She is interrupted by a friendly man, Jon (Bill Moseley). He wants to help her after her car has been stolen. Or, does he want to help himself to Mara when he has her back at an isolated cabin?
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Exclusive: Bill Moseley Talks Exit Humanity

Exclusive: Bill Moseley Talks Exit Humanity
Horror icon Bill Moseley discusses the intriguing zombie drama Exit Humanity, available now on DVD

Bill Moseley is a name synonymous with horror, from his roles in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, Army Of Darkness, the Night of the Living Dead remake, Rob Zombie's Halloween remake, and Repo! the Genetic Opera!. The genre legend is back with one of the most intriguing takes on the zombie genre I've ever seen, Exit Humanity. Set in the aftermath of The Civil War, the story follows Edward Young (Mark Gibson), a tortured man who was forced to kill his wife and son after they were turned into flesh-eating zombies. He sets off on one last quest, to spread his son's ashes over a waterfall, when he encounters the power-hungry General Williams (Bill Moseley), who is convinced he can find a cure to this undead madness.

I recently had the chance to speak with
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Rogue River (2012) review

By Jesse Miller, MoreHorror.com

Synopsis:

While spreading the ashes of her father along the stunning Rogue River, Mara (Michelle Page) bumps into pleasant local Jon (Bill Moseley) who befriends and consoles her over warm conversations about his life. When the two head back to their cars, Mara notices her own has mysteriously vanished and with sundown quickly approaching, she reluctantly takes Jon up on his offer of warm hospitality for the night. She’s soon going to wish she didn’t.

It might be easy to dismiss Rogue River as yet another derivative torture film - “Torture Porn” is just a ridiculous term which I will never use – but I urge you not to because this little twisted nightmare is well worth your time.

Okay, so it does feel that tiny bit familiar and when the craziness is dialled up a few notches, every torture film you’ve ever
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The Horrors of "Rogue River" Might Shock You, But That's About It

The film opens and ends with a river, but it is more a tranquil river rather than a rogue one. Introspective Mara (Michelle Page, who looks like a Keira Knightley stand-in) spends too long gazing at this Rogue River; and her car is towed. Stuck in the middle of nowhere, Mara relies on the kindness of the stranger who appears at her side. Didn’t her mother warn her about getting into cars with strangers?

Jon (Bill Moseley) takes her home to his wife Lea (Lucinda Jenney)—no wait, she’s his sister!—who is preparing dinner. After some awkward conversation, Mara retires to bed; and everything gets really weird. Jon shows up in her bedroom in his underwear and freaks her out. Then she runs into Lea in a bathrobe in the kitchen. Lea pees on the floor whilst repeating some creepy phrase, yanks the wig off her head
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DVD Review: Rogue River

DVD Review: Rogue River
Title: Rogue River Directed by: Jourdan McClure Starring: Michelle Page, Bill Moseley, Lucinda Jenney and Chris Coy Running time: 81 minutes, Rated R Mara drives to Rogue River after the death of her father to scatter his ashes. While grieving at the riverbank, a man named Jon greets her and offers to walk her to her car which has disappeared. In the middle of nowhere with no cell reception, she accepts a ride to civilization only to be taken hostage and subjected to horrors no sane person could imagine. After watching the trailer, I felt really sick and extremely hesitant about watching this film. Some of the torture scenes are  [ Read More ]
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Zachery Ty Bryan, 'Home Improvement' Star, On His New Life As A Producer

Zachery Ty Bryan, 'Home Improvement' Star, On His New Life As A Producer
Ever wonder what the kids from Home Improvement are up to these days? Well, when it comes to Zachery Ty Bryan, who played the oldest Taylor kid, Brad, the answer might surprise you. He's producing movies, including the shocking horror flick Rogue River, that hits the shelves this week.

So, how did he transition from a teen heartthrob to a behind-the-scenes dealmaker? About four years ago, he and his long-time friend Adam Targum (a writer/ producer on CSI: New York) decided they wanted to approach the entertainment industry from an entirely different angle. They figured that their diverse blend of skill sets would make them a unique team in the production realm, and set about finding scripts to bring to fruition under the banner of Vision Entertainment Group.

Thus far, their journey has been quite successful. In addition to Rogue River (which stars horror legend Bill Moseley and his longtime
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Exclusive DVD Clip from Rogue River Washes Ashore

We've dug in our claws and extracted from Lionsgate an exclusive clip from next Tuesday's DVD release of Rogue River. See how much we dig you cats? Don't ever say we don't love you. Read on for the goods.

From the Press Release

Take an adventure into the woods as Lionsgate debuts Rogue River on DVD, Digital Download and On Demand this June. Directed by Jourdan McClure, this slasher film stars horror icon Bill Moseley (interview here) (The Devil's Rejects), Michelle Page (Stray), Lucinda Jenney (TV's "24") and Michael Cudlitz (TV's "Southland"). The film won the Audience Choice Award and Best of Festival Award for Feature Film at the 2010 Sacramento Film Festival and was an Official Selection at the 2010 ScreamFest Horror Film Festival. Gritty and suspenseful, the Rogue River DVD includes behind-the-scenes featurettes.

Look for Rogue River on DVD June 5th!

Synopsis

Taking a trip into the isolated wilderness of Oregon to scatter her father's ashes,
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Stephen King’s Thinner is Coming to Blu-ray

Olive Films will be bringing Stephen King’s Thinner to Blu-ray this August. The 1996 Tom Holland-directed film stars Robert John Burke, Joe Mantegna, Michael Constantine, Kari Wuhrer, and Lucinda Jenney. Thinner was originally a novel released in 1984 novel by Stephen King, under his pseudonym Richard Bachman:

“Based on the best-seller, Stephen King’s Thinner stars Robert John Burke (Robocop 3) and Joe Mantegna (House of Games) in a story of supernatural terror and countdown to the ultimate payback. A 109-year old gypsy (Michael Constantine, My Big Fat Greek Wedding), hell-bent on revenge, exacts a curse so shocking it compels its victim to gorge himself in an effort to avoid shrinking away to nothingness. With time running out and a torture so bizarre and powerful, even death seems a more likely option.”

The movie will be available on Blu-ray from Olive Films starting on August 21st. The retail price is
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Bill Moseley Talks About Rolling Down the Rogue River

Genre favorite Bill Moseley is once again bringing his one-of-a-kind abilities to an upcoming horror film. Moseley stars in the movie Rogue River, which is due to hit DVD on June 5. Read on to hear from the man himself!

Moseley recently took the time to sit down with Dread Central and tell us all about Rogue River and some of his other intriguing upcoming projects as well.

Moseley remarked that working on Rogue River was especially fulfilling for him because of one of his co-stars. "I knew what I was getting into," Moseley said."It was the first time I'd ever worked with my girlfriend, Lucinda Jenney, who plays Lea. That was a lot of fun.

"I got the job and my manager, Judy Fox, said they haven't yet cast Lea and she asked, 'What about Lucinda?'" Moseley said. "Well, Lucinda has a lot more and better credits than I do,
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'Rogue River' Washes Ashore in June

By MoreHorror.com

On June 5th, Lionsgate will be releasing the horror film Rogue River. This one stars horror genre favorite Bill Mosely (The Devil's Rejects), and that's more than enough to get us to check it out!

You can watch the trailer under the official details.

Take an adventure into the woods as Lionsgate debuts Rogue River on DVD, Digital Download and On Demand this June. Directed by Jourdan McClure, this slasher film stars horror icon Bill Moseley (The Devil's Rejects), Michelle Page (Stray), Lucinda Jenney (TV's "24") and Michael Cudlitz (TV's "Southland"). The film won the Audience Choice Award and Best of Festival Award for Feature Film at the 2010 Sacramento Film Festival and was an Official Selection at the 2010 ScreamFest Horror Film Festival. Gritty and suspenseful, the Rogue River DVD includes behind-the-scenes featurettes.

Taking a trip into the isolated wilderness of Oregon to scatter her father's ashes, Mara (Page) meets a kindly older gentleman,
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Lionsgate Releases Long-Gestured 'Rogue River'

Lionsgate Releases Long-Gestured 'Rogue River'
Take an adventure into the woods as Lionsgate debuts Rogue River on DVD, Digital Download and On Demand June 5. Directed by Jourdan McClure, this slasher film stars horror icon Bill Moseley, Michelle Page (Stray), Lucinda Jenney (TV's "24") and Michael Cudlitz (TV's "Southland"). The film won the Audience Choice Award and Best of Festival Award for Feature Film at the 2010 Sacramento Film Festival and was an Official Selection at the 2010 ScreamFest Horror Film Festival. "Taking a trip into the isolated wilderness of Oregon to scatter her father's ashes, Mara (Page) meets a kindly older gentleman, Jon (Moseley), who offers her a ride after her car has been towed by the local sheriff. She begrudgingly accepts only to be abducted later by Jon and subjected to various methods of emotional and physical torture. Risking everything to escape this hell, Mara won't stop running until she finds safety."
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Swim Down Rogue River This June

Lionsgate is looking to drop some more horror in our laps as a means to kick off the summer, and we have your details on what to expect from Rogue River right here next to our Wet Banana slide and Super Soakers!

From the Press Release

Take an adventure into the woods as Lionsgate debuts Rogue River on DVD, Digital Download and On Demand this June. Directed by Jourdan McClure, this slasher film stars horror icon Bill Moseley (The Devil's Rejects), Michelle Page (Stray), Lucinda Jenney (TV's "24") and Michael Cudlitz (TV's "Southland"). The film won the Audience Choice Award and Best of Festival Award for Feature Film at the 2010 Sacramento Film Festival and was an Official Selection at the 2010 ScreamFest Horror Film Festival. Gritty and suspenseful, the Rogue River DVD includes behind-the-scenes featurettes.

Look for Rogue River on DVD June 5th!

Synopsis

Taking a trip into the isolated wilderness of
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DVD: Lionsgate Home Entertainment Drifts Along the Rogue River

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Lionsgate Home Entertainment will debut Rogue River on DVD, Digital Download and On Demand June 5th.

Directed by Jourdan McClure, this slasher film stars horror icon Bill Moseley, Michelle Page, Lucinda Jenney and Michael Cudlitz. The film won the Audience Choice Award and Best of Festival Award for Feature Film at the 2010 Sacramento Film Festival and was an Official Selection at the 2010 ScreamFest Horror Film Festival.

The Rogue River DVD includes behind-the-scenes featurettes.

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Women to Watch: Janet Grillo

Janet Grillo is an Emmy Award winning producer, an Award winning writer and director, and a former Studio Executive. We date back to our days as acquisitions executives in the late 80s when I was with Republic and she was with New Line and based in New York. She came to L.A. for the American Film Market and stayed downtown. One day she went to a well known antique book store called Caravan Books (founded in 1954 and still operating!), located underneath the Biltmore Hotel at 5th and Grand and was held up at gunpoint! We were all totally confouned by such New York style brazenness confronting our New York friend.

In 2007, Janet executive produced the esteemed documentary Autism: The Musical with Bunim Murray Productions, which premiered on HBO in March, 2008. It is distributed by New Video. Autism: The Musical received the coveted audience awards at Newport, Palm Springs and Mill Valley Film Festivals, and premiered to uniformly excellent reviews at the Tribeca Film Festival. It was short listed for an Academy Award Nomination. It won two Emmy Awards in 2008, including Outstanding Non Fiction Special (i.e.; Best Documentary).

A filmmaker in her own right, Janet wrote and directed two short films; At the Beach starring Lucinda Jenney, and Flying Lessons starring Dana Delany (Desperate Houswives, Castle, China Beach). Flying Lessons premiered at Palm Springs International Film Festival in August of 2008, to good reviews. It was programmed by many prestigious festivals here and abroad, including the Atlanta, L.A. Short, Rhode Island and San Luis Obispo International Film Festivals. It won the Silver Lei Award for Excellence in Filmmaking at the Honolulu International Film Festival, the Best Dramatic Short at First Look Festival, L.A. and Best Performance at WILDsound Short Film Festival in Toronto, Canada. Her feature script, Fly Away, won the Dylan Thomas Award for Best International Screenplay from the 2010 Swansea Bay Film Festival in Wales.

Made as a SAG Ultra-Low Budget Independent film, and shot in 14 days, Fly Away premiered as 1 of 8 out of 2000 submissions in Dramatic Competition at the influential South by Southwest Film Festival (SXSW) in Austin, Texas, this March.

Fly Away, went on to win the Best Film and Special Jury Prize for Performance (Ashley Rickards) at the Arizona International Film Festival. The film opened immediately afterwards in April 2011, in limited theatrical engagement, to rave reviews. It is currently distributed by FlatironFilms/ New Video via iTunes, NetFlix, Amazon and VOD/Time Warner-Comcast.

The complex portrayals of a single mother and her severely autistic teenager daughter (Beth Broderick and Ashley Rickards, who does not actually have the disorder), in collaboration with a talented ensemble, were widely lauded by major critics, as “exceptional...remarkable...first rate...as natural as breathing...The actors are so exemplary it is hard to imagine this is not a documentary,” and “deserving of an Oscar Nomination.”

Critical Acclaim For

Fly Away

Fly Away is a gripping, life-enhancing low-budget little film about the physically and emotionally punishing struggles of a single mother raising an autistic child. The actors are so exemplary that it is difficult to imagine this is not a documentary. They might not be household names, but they will be...As the mother, Beth Broderick is as natural as breathing... In a class by herself (Rickards), she deserves, at the very least, an Oscar nomination. Not since Patty Duke in The Miracle Worker has any actor portrayed a handicapped child (especially one with autism) with the same depth of passion and realism. Her emotional range seems to know no limits. She’s more heartbreaking than the movie itself, and that is very high praise indeed.”

- The New York Observer By Rex Reed

“The lovely, heartbreaking "Fly Away" benefits from superb performances and a gripping story managed with simplicity and grace by writer-producer-director Janet Grillo. As sensitive and affecting as this mother-daughter drama may be, the film skillfully bypasses its genre's potential pitfalls, opting for intimacy over sensationalism, poignancy over sentimentality.... Broderick is wonderful, a delicate mix of the resolute and resigned, her face a quietly expressive map of pain and pride. But enough can't be said about Rickards, best known from TV's "One Tree Hill," who so convincingly embodies Mandy's wild child spontaneity, startling effusiveness and unwieldy physicality. She's remarkable — in a remarkably challenging role.”

- La Times By Gary Goldstein

“Treading warily into territory that few dramas dare to explore, “Fly Away” is a defiantly unsentimental look at the complex codependency between a harried single mother and her severely autistic daughter... Taking a coolheaded approach to hot-button issues, “Fly Away” overcomes its neatly bow-tied ending with strong performances (including Greg Germann as a sensitive neighbor) and a spare, intelligent script. Ms. Grillo has no need of wordiness: Jeanne’s bruised body and exhausted face say it all.”

- New York Times By Jeannette Catsoulis

“The best thing a serious, no-nonsense movie can do is give us a glimpse into the world of someone whose experiences are so far away from our own that they are difficult for us to even imagine... Jeanne is multidimensional in a very real, down to earth sense...Broderick plays Jeanne with a lost look on her face. She is overwhelmed by her circumstances, but is determined to persevere. After many changes in key, when the symphony that is this film comes to a close, we see that Jeanne may be about to face her biggest challenge yet. An ending can be seen as a new beginning, and this film leaves me hoping for a sequel.”

- Huffington Post By Joseph Smigelski

Also highly awarded, Ashley Rickards, the extraordinary young actress who plays the severely autistic teen Mandy, also stars in the new MTV comedy hit, Awkward. For which she was just listed as one of the 10 Breakout TV stars of 2011 in Entertainment Weekly. Ashley is Not autistic, obviously. Although most people think she is, after watching the film. She turned 18 when she shot Fly Away. Pretty remarkable range and talent, and at such a young age.

Previously, Janet worked at New Line Cinema for ten years, rising through the ranks to become the Senior Vice President of Production, East Coast. During this time she established an outstanding track record initiating the careers of many emerging filmmakers, including Reggie Hudlin, for whom she developed his feature debut, House Party. The film received the coveted Audience Award at Sundance, and went on to become a cult classic, grossing $25 million in North American theatrical revenues on a budget of $1.5 million. Janet then executive produced its two financially successful sequels. At New Line, Janet developed and executive produced Joseph B. Vasquez's acclaimed feature Hangin with the Homeboys starring John Leguizamo. It received the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at Sundance. She then went on to develop and associate produce Pump Up the Volume starring Christian Slater, as well as Ted Demme directorial debut, Who's The Man. The same year, she also managed to develop and executive produce David O. Russell acclaimed feature debut, Spanking the Monkey. It won the Sundance Audience Award and launched his prestigious career.

After a decade at New Line, Janet left to produce independently. Since then she executive produced the critically acclaimed independent feature, Joe The King, which won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award at the Sundance Film Festival. Along with Ruth Charny (Grace of My Heart and Search and Destroy), Janet produced Searching for Paradise, which was developed by the Sundance Institute, and distributed on the Sundance Channel.

A Magna Cum Laude graduate of Wesleyan University in Connecticut, with an Honors in Theatre, Janet also trained at William Esper Acting Studio in New York City. While completing her Mfa in Dramatic Writing at Nyu Tisch School of the Arts, she served as Assistant Literary Manager for Circle Repertory Company, where she was also a member of their Playwright Workshop Lab. In addition, Janet was a finalist for the American Film Innstitute Women's Workshop in Directing, 2008. Her feature screenplay, 2B, was a finalist for the Sundance Screenwriting Lab in 2009. Her plays have been publicly read at Playwrights' Horizons and by actors including Annette Bening, Patricia Arquette, Catherine O'Hara, Hart Bochner, Dana Delany, Bradley Whitford and Jane Kazmarek. She is a member of the Playwrights Workshop at Ensemble Studio Theatre, West. A frequent blogger for The Huffington Post, Janet is also an Autism Advocacy activist. The mother of a son on the Autism Spectrum, she served as a Board Member of Cure Autism Now, which merged with Autism Speaks in 2007. She currently resides in Los Angeles.
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FrightFest 2011: ‘Rogue River’ adds nothing new to the genre

Rogue River

Directed by Jourdan McClure

Starring Michelle Page, Bill Moseley, Lucinda Jenny

USA 2010

First time helmer Jourdan McClure does a solid job with this effective but ultimately disposable horror / thriller that treads a well-worn genre path, not dissimilar to Misery or I Spit on Your Grave.

A distraught Mara visits a remote fishing location in Southern Oregon to spread the ashes of her recently diseased father. When her car mysteriously vanishes, she decides to trust the kindly stranger she met merely ten minutes ago and allows him to take her to his house to call for help where his obviously unhinged wife also lives. Improbable circumstances occur and Mara ends up having to stay the night, which is when the couple’s true nature boils to the surface.

There’s little directly wrong with Rogue River aside from it’s contrived opening segment which sees our protagonist make a series of unbelievably stupid decisions,
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FrightFest day two: Tucker, Dale, and Andy vs tepid torture porn…

It was a grim start to the day: outside Leicester Square’s Empire Cinema, it was very grey and wet, and inside wasn’t much better. The word is bleak, thanks to the first few films screened for FrighFest’s second day. Events would eventually take a turn for the better however, as a few good men came to make the save: Tucker, Dale, and some fellow supposedly made of glass. You may know him as Thn favourite and horror fanatic Andy Nyman.

But first thing’s first unfortunately…

Rogue River

Director: Jourdan McLure

Cast: Michelle Page, Bill Moseley, Lucinda Jenney

Synopsis: When Mara (Michelle Page) takes her father’s ashes to Rogue River and someone tows her car, she is forced to accept a lift from friendly local Jon. She soon finds herself at Jon and his wife Lea’s house, where they invite her to stay. But it
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FrightFest 2011 Review: Rogue River

Rogue River

Stars: Michelle Page, Bil Moseley, Lucinda Jenney, Michael Cudlitz | Written by Kevin Haskin, Ryan Finnerty | Directed by Jourdan McClure

Taking a trip into the wilds of Oregon to scatter her fathers ashes at Rogue River (hence the title), Californian Mara (Page) finds her car towed by the local Sheriff. However all is not lost as a kindly passing stranger, played by Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2‘s Bill Moseley, offers to give her a lift, which she begrudgingly accepts. Big mistake…

Yes, no points for guessing what happens next as Rogue River is as cliched as they come – Mara is kidnapped and both emotionally and physically tortured by good-old-by Jon and his cohort Lea, played Moseley and his real-life wife Lucinda Jenney respectively, before being subjected to a degrading act of copulation with her own brother who has come to find her! Of course this being your typical torture/rape/revenge flick,
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