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We return with the latest edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting the recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes details on a comic anthology series featuring Alice Cooper, UK premiere details for Big Ass Spider!, information on the Karen Black fund, and much more:
Details on the Karen Black Fund: “Karen has been waging a battle for over two years with cancer. She has not talked about this publicly because she was hoping it would be cured and she could call herself a cancer survivor. Karen was diagnosed with ampullary cancer in November of 2010. After suffering through nausea, fainting and losing over thirty pounds, she was finally declared Ned – No Evidence of Disease in July. But by December 2011 a small tumor developed and another surgery was in order, which left her completely bed-ridden. Her cancer seemed conquered though. By spring 2012 she was doing a lot better »
- Tamika Jones
We've all been there. As horror fans it's almost our duty to take part in haunted attractions each Halloween season no matter how long the lines. Some of them are truly worth it, too. Especially the ones that feature real murder and mayhem. Those are the best!
Eagle One Media announced today that it has acquired worldwide rights to director Jon Binkowski’s debut feature film Scare Zone and will release the flick this summer on DVD, VOD, and digital platforms within North America as well as roll it out globally in various territory markets.
Shot at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights set, Scare Zone features Neil Brown Jr. ("The Walking Dead," Fast and Furious), Arian Ash (Phone Booth, Tigerland), Simon Needham (Health Inspector, Larry the Cable Guy), and Jordan Woods-Robinson (Magic City).
Scare Zone is Oliver’s pride and joy. Sure, it’s just another strip-mall Halloween Horror House, »
- Uncle Creepy
The film will hit this summer on DVD, VOD, and digital platforms within North America and rolled out globally in various territory markets. Shot on a Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights set, Scare Zone features Neil Brown Jr., Arian Ash, Simon Needham and Jordan Woods-Robinson.
Scare Zone is Oliver's pride and joy. Sure, it's just another strip-mall Halloween Horror House, but as always, he's put his heart and soul into it for the last two years. This year the theme is "Scare Zone III: the Psyco-Splatter Raw-topsy Slaughter Dungeon" where he's created an entire creepy Victorian maze featuring all of his best scenarios: the Living Amputation, the odiferous Toilet of Terror, the Vampire Bride (featuring Bat-Baby), and of course a final encounter with the chainsaw wielding Pumpkin Carver.
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Eagle One Media is proud to announce it has acquired worldwide rights to the critically acclaimed horror feature film Scare Zone. Director Jon Binkowski’s debut feature film will be release this summer on DVD, VOD, and digital platforms within North America and rolled out globally in various territory markets.
Shot at Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights set, Scare Zone features Neil Brown Jr. (The Walking Dead, Fast and Furious), Arian Ash (Phone Booth, Tigerland), Simon Needham (Health Inspector, Larry the Cable Guy), and Jordan Woods-Robinson (Magic City).
Multiple film festival award winner Scare Zone delivers and has received glowing reviews:
“It’s a great popcorn movie…the pay-off is delightful.” Horrorview.com
“The film is a screamingly good jaunt…a talented cast” ScareWorld Review
“This is a damn good and fun film!” Dead Derrick Reviews
“Sex and Blood and Wisecracks” Roger Moore (Orlando Sentinel)
And legendary director John Landis »
- Tom Stockman
4 items from 2013
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