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Watch the trailer for Howard Lovecraft & the Frozen Kingdom

A new trailer has arrived online for Howard Lovecraft & the Frozen Kingdom., which is is written and directed by Sean Patrick O’Reilly and is based on Bruce Brown’s bestselling graphic novel about the adventures of a young H. P. Lovecraft; check it out below after the official synopsis…

Before he becomes the famed horror writer H. P. Lovecraft, young Howard Lovecraft is a curious and imaginative boy living with his mother. But after she unwittingly gives Howard the legendary Necronomicon, he is transported to a dangerous and frozen world populated by horrifying creatures. After saving and befriending one such creature – Spot – Howard and his new friend set off on a perilous quest to save the kingdom and get Howard home. But Howard soon finds out that not everything is as it seems and not everyone is to be trusted.

Howard Lovecraft & the Frozen Kingdom features a voice cast that includes Ron Perlman,
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Howard Lovecraft And The Frozen Kingdom Blu-ray / DVD Release Details & Cover Art

Ever wonder what H.P. Lovecraft might have been like as a child? Sean Patrick O’Reilly’s animated movie Howard Lovecraft and the Frozen Kingdom explores one possible idea. Cover art as well as release details for the film’s Blu-ray / DVD combo pack (with Digital) were recently revealed by Shout! Factory, and you can see what spooky hijinks Howard and his monstrous friends get into on September 27th:

Press Release: H.P. Lovecraft, famed horror and fantasy writer, was once just Howard Lovecraft, a strange and lonely child. Howard was a boy of infinite imagination and boundless curiosity. His family, however, was not without peculiarities of their own… This fall, loyal fans and enthusiasts of Lovecraft’s literature are invited to venture into the imaginative Lovecraft universe through the new animated feature Howard Lovecraft And The Frozen Kingdom. Written, directed and produced by Arcana Studio’s Sean Patrick O’Reilly
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Curtin, Perlman, & Plummer Lends Voices to Howard Lovecraft

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H.P. Lovecraft, famed horror and fantasy writer, was once just Howard Lovecraft, a strange and lonely child. Howard was a boy of infinite imagination and boundless curiosity. His family however was not without peculiarities of their own… This fall, loyal fans and enthusiasts of Lovecraft’s literature are invited to venture into the imaginative Lovecraft universe through the new animated feature Howard Lovecraft And The Frozen Kingdom. Written, directed and produced by Arcana Studio’s Sean Patrick O’Reilly (Pixies), Howard Lovecraft And The Frozen Kingdom is the highly-anticipated movie adaption of Arcana’s popular graphic novel of the same name and features an all-star voice cast of Emmy®-winner Jane Curtin (3rd Rock from the Sun), Golden Globe®-winner Ron Perlman (Hellboy, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), Academy Awards®-winner Christopher Plummer (Beginners, Up), Doug Bradley (Hellraiser), Kiefer O’Reilly (Legends of Tomorrow) and Alison Wandzura (CW
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Listen Now: A GeekCast Radio Network Update

Welcome back to our weekly look at the new podcasts available at our “partners in podcast crime” the GeekCast Radio Network. As usual here’s our weekly look at the podcasts from Gcrn, This Week in Geek and the latest toy review videos from Baltmatrix, with descriptions and links to each and every podcast for your audio/visual pleasure!

Interviews – Vo Buzz Weekly Chuck D. and Stacey J.

TFG1Mike sits down with Chuck Duran and Stacey J. from Vo Buzz Weekly. He turns the tables on them, and asks them all the juicy voice-over questions.

ToyCast – Special Episode – Matty’s Fear Mongering Tactics

MattyCollector’s Evil Ways! Since Sdcc 2012 there have been news items going around the internet of Mattel’s price hike, and mattycollector’s subscribe or die campaign. Ok Well not Sub or Die, but the equivalent thereof. Mike Lacey from What The Shell and Motu Chronicles
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Tasmanian Devils to Feast on Skydivers in 2012: Concept Poster

Tasmanian Devils is the last horror production set to debut on the SyFy Channel. In this latest outing, those cute furry marsupials are the villains. A group of these critters have escaped a research lab and they have their fangs set on a group of skydivers. Let the mayhem begin! Currently this movie is filming in British Columbia with Original Pictures BC and Vesuvius Productions backing the project. For now, enjoy the film's first concept poster as Tasmanian Devils gets set to premiere on television later this year.

Release Date: 2012 (Television).

Director: Zach Lipovsky.

Writer: Brook Durham.

Cast: Kenneth Mitchell, Mike Dopud, Roger R. Cross, Apolo Ohno, Rekha Sharma, Terry Chen, Joseph Allan Sutherland, Scott McNeil, and Julia Sarah Stone.

*a trailer is coming soon.

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Tasmanian Devils at The Film Catalogue

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'Battlestar Galactica' Alumni Link Up in 'The Green Chain'

If you are a fan of Syfy's Battlestar Galactica, you probably know that some scenes of the series were filmed in and around the extensive forests of western British Columbia. What you may not realise, however, is that two of the show's stars - Tricia Helfer (Number Six) and Tahmoh Penikett ('Helo') - have lent their talents to a new indie docu-drama that is intended to raise awareness of issues associated with cutting down some of these forests.

The film, called The Green Chain, was written, directed and co-produced by Vancouver-born Mark Leiren-Young. His previous credits include scripts for episodes of the series The Collector, Blood Ties and Psi Factor. He has also written a book, 'Never Shoot a Stampede Queen', articles for 'Time Magazine', 'Maclean's' and 'The Utne Reader', and stage plays.

True to his roots, Leiren-Young focuses The Green Chain on the debate in British Columbia, but it
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