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Horror Legend Dee Wallace Joins Cast In Michael Joy’s Dead afterlife

For Immediate Release Horror Legend, Dee Wallace (E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Cujo) is set to join the cast of Dead afterlife. She is joining a ensemble of horror icons that already includes Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes, Weird Science), Bill Moseley (Devil’s Rejects, Texas Chainsaw Massacre part 2), Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th movies), and …

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HorrorCon UK announce new May convention guest

Taking place at the Magna Science Adventure Centre in Sheffield, HorrorCon UK is one of the highlights of the UK horror convention calendar. We’ve been to a number of the events since its launch in 2015 and this years event looks to be the greatest yet!

With genre icon Dee Wallace already announced to appear HorrorCon UK organisers have announced the latest guest in attendance this year – none other than actor Billy Wirth (pictured below). Wirth is probably best known for his iconic role, as the long haired biker vampire “Dwayne” in Joel Schumacher’s The Lost Boys (1987); but Wirth has also appeared in the films Body Snatchers, Boys on the Side, Echoes, Being Flynn, Seven Mummies, Powder Blue, Starlight, as well as popular TV series such as Charmed, Sex & the City, Tales from the Crypt, Chicago P.D. and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

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Highly-anticipated horror ‘Death House’ gets Us theatrical date

Indie distributor Hannover House, Inc., and theatrical subsidiary Medallion Releasing, Inc. have entered into an agreement with South Florida-based Entertainment Factory for a Us theatrical release of the highly anticipated new horror film Death House, from writer/director B. Harrison Smith, which was co-written with the legendary Gunnar Hansen, of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre fame.

Death House features an all-star cast of genre’ superstars and will open on approximately one-hundred theatres in top USA markets beginning February 23rd 2018. And look out for our coverage of the film starting in February too!

Death House takes place in a secret, maximum security prison populated by a horrific crew of extremely dangerous inmates. When an unexpected power outage sets the prisoners free, a group of visiting VIPs must scramble for their lives.

The cast includes genre icons such as Kane Hodder, Dee Wallace, Adrienne Barbeau, Sid Haig, Michael Berryman, Tony Todd, Barbara Crampton,
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Dee Wallace Joins Horror All-Stars in Dead Afterlife

Dee Wallace Joins Horror All-Stars in Dead Afterlife
Horror Legend, Dee Wallace (E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Cujo) is set to join the cast of Dead Afterlife. She is joining an ensemble of horror icons that already includes Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes, Weird Science), Bill Moseley (Devil's Rejects, Texas Chainsaw Massacre part 2), Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th movies), and Bill Oberst Jr. (Scream Queens, Criminal Minds).

Dee Wallace is also known for her Conscious Creation Online Radio Show which explores subjects of creation, energy direction, collective consciousness challenges, and self-love. She recently received much praise for her role in the controversial holiday horror film, Red Christmas, available now on Netflix and Redbox.

Other attachments include, David Gere (Almost Mercy, The Find), Andy Gates (The Blessed Ones, Garden Party Massacre), David Vescio (Hick, Wolf Mother), Mindy Robinson (King of the Nerds, Check Point), WWE Hall of Fame wrestler Diamond Dallas Page (Devil's Rejects, Snoop Dogg's Hood of
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Unwrap The Horror On Redbox and Netflix This Season with Red Christmas

Craig Anderson’s Red Christmas is out on Redbox and Netflix Every so often the holiday season brings us a movie that is truly frightening. This holiday there’s a new slasher coming home to kill and his name is Cletus. Red Christmas brings the gore along with an outstanding performance from Dee Wallace. Don’t be naughty …

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Interview: Craig Anderson talks seasonal horror ‘Red Christmas’

With Christmas just around the corner it is time to get into a festive mood and there is nothing better to start the season than a Christmas Slasher. Craig Anderson has got into the spirit of Christmas past with a colourful homage to the classic 80’s slasher in his latest release Red Christmas. I got a chance to ask him a few questions about why he chose to write and direct a Christmas Horror, dealing with the taboo subject of abortion and working with Dee Wallace. And if you haven’t read it yet, check out my Red Christmas review

What can we expect from your new film Red Christmas?

The incredible actor Dee Wallace – Et (1982), Cujo (1983), The Howling (1981); stars as a mother who brings her grown up family home for Christmas. It’s a normal Christmas day with plenty of family stress, but then a really weird dude rocks up the door.
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New Terror Threads Merch for Death House, Puppet Master, and Sleepaway Camp!

If you were struggling to find the perfect horror gift that special someone this holiday season Terror Threads just might have you covered. The company just announced a new line of cool stuff including merch from the upcoming “Expendables of Horror” flick Death House starring Kane Hodder, Dee Wallace, Sid Haig, Bill Moseley, Barbara Crampton, […]

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Arrow Video’s January Blu-ray Releases Include The Cat O’ Nine Tails, Re-animator, The Hills Have Eyes (1977)

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The holidays may be over by the time January rolls around, but Arrow Video will still have gifts in store for horror fans with Blu-ray releases that include Dario Argento's The Cat O' Nine Tails, Stuart Gordon's Re-Animator, and Wes Craven's The Hills Have Eyes.

We have release details and images of Arrow Video's January Blu-ray releases below. The Cat O' Nine Tails is a limited edition item, and while Re-Animator and The Hills Have Eyes were previously released as limited editions by Arrow Video, they will be hitting shelves as re-releases in January (with slightly less goodies, but still plenty of bonus features and eye-popping 4K restorations to enjoy).

From Arrow Video: "New UK/Us Title: The Cat o’ Nine Tails (Dual Format Blu-ray + DVD) Limited Edition

Pre-order The Cat O’ Nine Tails in the UK:

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Red Christmas starring Dee Wallace – Available Now on DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD!

Out Now! Dee Wallace-Starring Red Christmas Available on DVD, Blu-ray and most VOD Outlets Philadelphia, Pa – Craig Anderson’s Red Christmas, a horror-filled cinematic present for the entire family (including your abortion-protesting uncle) has been released on all platforms this week. Genre icon Dee Wallace (The Hills Have Eyes, The Howling, E.T., Cujo, Critters) stars …

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Blu-ray Review: Red Christmas Kills

I first saw Red Christmas at Fantasia in 2016, and then again in September 2017 at the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival. Star Dee Wallace (Cujo, E.T.) was in attendance at both festivals, but it was at Hiff where she gave an impassioned speech about her choices and her role in Red Christmas that cemented her status as a serious badass for me.  After a lengthy festival tour, director Craig Anderson's crazy little horror film has come out on blu-ray via Artsploitation. Crafted on a microbudget, this home invasion slasher filmed in Australia took full advantage of the funding and talent there as well as the natural lighting on hand. Wallace stars as a retiring mother who's gathered her children around her in the family home for one last Christmas before...

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First Photos of Tara Reid, Mischa Barton and Dee Wallace in Ouija House

Why settle for the board when you can have an entire house?    Production has wrapped on Ben Demaree's indie horror flick Oujia House and now it will head into post. A selection of stills have been made available to us, which you will find below.    If you have ever wonder to your self, "Self? Whatever happened to 00s it-girls Tara Reid and Mischa Barton?" this is kind of an answer. While the young ladies' co-star Dee Wallace has found herself in any number of small budget horror flicks over the years, save for adverse weather with a chance of preadatorial sea life, Reid and Barton have remained fairly low profile. We shall see if Ouija House does anything to change that    ITN...

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Red Christmas Starring Dee Wallace Now Under the Tree on Blu-ray, DVD and VOD

Artsploitation has delivered the ultimate stocking stuffer with the home video release of the Australian horror film Red Christmas.  Veteran television director and actor Craig Anderson makes his feature debut with Red Christmas, combining the banal horror of family gatherings with the issues of abortion, feminism, ethics, religion and privacy, with a blood-splattered twist on what happens when secrets refuse to stay dead.  Following a theatrical rollout across the United States, Red Christmas will be available nationwide October 17th on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD, including iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, Vudu and more.

Genre icon Dee Wallace (The Hills Have Eyes, The Howling, E.T., Cujo, Critters) stars in a critically acclaimed role as the stressed-out mother of a squabbling family, gathered together in a remote Outback estate on Christmas Eve.  Their petty dramas threaten to blacken the holiday until a mysterious and deformed stranger appears at the door seeking bloody vengeance.
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Red Christmas and Returning from the Dead: A Film Review

*full disclosure: a Blu-ray screener of this film was provided by Artsploitation Films. Director/writer: Craig Anderson. Cast: Dee Wallace, Sarah Bishop, Geoff Morrell, Janis McGavin and David Collins. Red Christmas is a no-budget horror feature from first time feature film director Craig Anderson. Anderson even admits that most actors were not even paid for their roles, in the film's commentary. Just released by Artsploitation Films, Anderson brings a family tragedy to the screen, with his interesting characters. All of the characters are multi-dimensional here. Though, the film's plot plods slowly along through the film's mid-point. Here, the focus is on dispatching a few of the characters, in gruesome ways. The film tackles a difficult subject, abortion. The message is convoluted thanks to the dark humour. But, the film does show that abortion does have consequences as seen in the film's high body count and disturbing images. Overall, Red Christmas
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Blu-ray Review – The Howling (1981)

The Howling, 1981.

Directed by Joe Dante.

Starring Dee Wallace, Christopher Stone, Patrick Macnee, Robert Picardo, Dick Miller, John Carradine, Elisabeth Brooks, Dennis Dugan, Belinda Belaski, and Kevin McCarthy.


A female reporter is attacked by a notorious murderer so to get over her trauma she is sent to The Colony for relaxation. And then her problems really begin…

After meeting up with notorious killer Eddie ‘The Mangler’ Quist (Robert PicardoStar Trek: Voyager) in a dark porno theatre as part of a police sting, television reporter Karen White (Dee WallaceE.T./The Lords of Salem) starts to experience strange visions, resulting in her distancing herself from husband Bill Neill (Christopher StoneCujo) and being unable to do her job. On the advice of her doctor George Waggner (Patrick MacneeA View to a Kill), Karen and Bill are sent to The Colony, Waggner’s coastal retreat where Karen is advised
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October 3rd Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Cult Of Chucky, 976-evil, The Hidden (1987), Jackals

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Happy October, gang! With the Halloween season now officially underway, we have an incredible day of horror and sci-fi home entertainment releases to enjoy. Arrow Video has put together three stunning special edition sets for Children of the Corn, Don’t Torture A Duckling, and The Suspicious Death of A Minor, but we also have several other modern cult titles debuting as well, including Popcorn, 976-evil, and The Hidden.

For all you Charles Lee Ray enthusiasts out there, Cult of Chucky and the Chucky: Complete 7-Movie Collection both come home on Tuesday, and Scream Factory is also releasing the recent indie horror thriller Jackals on Blu-ray.

Other notable home entertainment titles bowing on October 3rd include American Horror Story: Roanoke, A Ghost Story, Haunters: The Art of the Scare, Little Shop of Horrors: The Director’s Cut, iZombie: The Complete Third Season, and Vampyr: Special Edition.
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October 2017 VOD Releases Include Cult Of Chucky, Better Watch Out, War For The Planet Of The Apes

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With the Halloween season finally upon us, that we’ve got a ton of horror and sci-fi titles headed our way via VOD and various digital platforms throughout the month of October. Things kick off with the 1992 horror comedy Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which hits Digital HD for the first time ever on October 2nd. The very next day, Cult of Chucky, Super Dark Times, The Forlorned, and Realive all make their respective debuts, and just a few days later the holiday horror flick Better Watch Out arrives on October 6th.

October 10th is another busy day, with the digital releases of Wish Upon, Dementia 13, The 13th Friday, War for the Planet of the Apes, and Wes Craven’s cult classic Summer of Fear, and for those looking to spend their Friday the 13th at home, you’ve got M.F.A., Brawl in Cell Block 99, and the Psycho-themed documentary 78/52 to look forward to.
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Horror Channel FrightFest announces line-up for Halloween 2017 event

Horror Channel FrightFest has announced its lineup for the 7th annual West End Halloween chillorama, an all-day shocktoberfest at the Empire Haymarket on Sat October 28th 2017, which this year features one world, one European and five UK premieres.

“After FrightFest’s successful return to central London in August for our biggest and most acclaimed event yet, we’re pleased to announce our equally ambitious, and extended Halloween spooktacular,” said Alan Jones, FrightFest co-director. “The line-up is a heady cocktail of horror, fantasy and sci-fi, which we hope haunts your nightmares until our Glasgow grindhouser next March”.

Here’s the full line-up…

10:00 Horror Movie: A Low Budget Nightmare (European Premiere)

Director: Gary Doust. Cast: Craig Anderson, Dee Wallace, Gerard Odwyer, Bryan Moses, Robert Anderson. Australia 2017. 99 mins.

A funny, sad, candid and revealing documentary on the making of Red Christmas, a recent FrightFest favourite. Sick of playing quirky roles on Australian TV shows,
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FrightFest Halloween 2017 line-up announced

The line-up for this years Horror Channel FrightFest Halloween 2017 event has just been announced and features seven choice shockers for the 7th annual West End Halloween event. This year, the all-day shocktoberfest is at the Empire Haymarket on Saturday October 28th and embraces one world, one European and five UK premieres, spanning three continents… And what a selection! The latest film from Lawrie Brewster (Lord of Tears); the UK premiere of Beyond Skyline And the UK premiere of It Came From the Desert!, the giant ant movie based on the classic Cinemaware video game!

From the emotional making of a low-budget slasher to zombie nightmares, Gothic horrors, an outrageously strange mind cult, a sci-fi alien action extravaganza, a comic strip creature feature and the last word in Killer Clowns, this year’s line-up is an eclectic mix of the quirky, unusual and extreme. Alan Jones, FrightFest co-director said today:

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‘Red Christmas’ Review

Stars: Dee Wallace, Geoff Morrell, Janis McGavin, David Collins, Sarah Bishop, Bjorn Stewart, Gerard Odwyer, Atlas Adams, Sam Campbell, Deelia Meriel, Anthony Jensen, Robert Anderson | Written and Directed by Craig Anderson

Red Christmas is the latest festive horror which has been produced by, and stars, Dee Wallace. The film continues in the traditional bloody footsteps of the Christmas slasher genre, although writer and director Craig Anderson takes a lot of time to really develop the characters, giving the film a bit more depth than just your normal hack and slash.

Red Christmas begins in an abortion clinic, with a woman who is undergoing an abortion. During the procedure a bomb is detonated, causing panic and confusion as everyone tries to evacuate. Acting quickly, the removed foetus is dumped into a biohazard bucket which is kicked aside as everyone begins to leave. Unbeknownst to them the baby is found by the bomber,
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Horror Highlights: Nitehawk Cinema’s October Programming, Red Christmas Clip, Web Of The Spider Blu-ray

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Brooklyn's own Nitehawk Cinema has announced their programming guide for October and it includes Mario Bava's Kill Baby, Kill, Black Sabbath, and so much more. Also: check out a clip from Red Christmas before its home media release on October 17th, and we also have details on the Blu-ray release of Web of the Spider.

Nitehawk Cinema's October Programming Revealed: To learn about the October programming at Brooklyn's Nitehawk Cinema, read the details below or visit them online.

“New Horror

We are in the midst of a horror film resurgence. A significant group of contemporary horror films made in the past couple of years is reminiscent of the socio-political classics of the 1960s and 1970s in that they are boldly confronting the terrifying undercurrent of life today. Like their predecessors, these films tackle class, gender identity, and race in a way that shows us both where we are and how far we,
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