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Welcome back to another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes new photos from Kruel and Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard, a teaser trailer for The Three, first episode details on webseries, Housed, and much more:
First Photos from Kruel: “Beware of those you trust.
“Kruel” was produced, written and directed by Robert Henderson. Tom Riska, Duane A. Sikes, Colleen Henderson, and Kierney Nelson serve as executive producers. Ryan Cimino and Cristina Cimino of Sunset Studios serve as supervising producers. The film will be released by Maxim Media Marketing in North America and internationally by Broken Glass Pictures. “Kruel” stars Kierney Nelson in her debut role as Jo O’Hare. The film was edited by Matt Lennon »
- Tamika Jones
Kely McClung's (Blood Ties) Altered is a supernatural thriller. Slightly surreal and definitely brutal, the film involves an undercover cop, a serial killer and an altered reality. As well, this title stars Robert Pralgo, Amanda Dreschler and Stan Harrington. Recently, a trailer for the film was released. The clip hosts an assortment of images. From vampires to the stigmata and into heavy drug use, the film covers it all. Very surreal and strange, fans of psychological tales can view more on the film below. Release Date: 2015. Director/writer: Kely McClung. Cast: Robert Pralgo, Kely McClung, Amanda Dreschler and Stan Harrington. A trailer for the film is available here (for mature audiences): A fan page for the film is available here: Altered on Facebook Source: Dread Central. Article. 1 December 2014. Subscribe to 28 Days Later: An Analysis Email Subscription
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
Intense music drama Whiplash, already a big winner at Sundance and the Deauville American Film Festival earlier this year, should drum up plenty of audience interest in its debut this weekend, even though it faces a crowded specialty market that also features several other notable newcomers, including the Bill Murray comedy St. Vincent, Hilary Swank‘s You’re Not You and Jeremy Renner‘s Kill the Messenger. All are what I’d call “big” specialty releases, with big names attached that should attract big attention.
The weekend also includes what I’d call some “small” releases, including documentaries The Overnighters (another Sundance winner) and I Am Ali, about the former heavyweight boxing champion, alongside the Mormon Church-backed Meet the Mormons. All will be clawing for attention in a market that’s seen more than 30 films debut in the past three weeks.
That said, Whiplash should be a real career turner »
- Brian Brooks
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