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The latest edition of the Indie Spotlight features the fourth episode of Ghost Trek, along with a monster presidential campaign ad, movie posters, photos of Danielle Harris from Devil’s Night, and more:
Ghost Trek Episode 4: Ghost Trek follows the Paranormal Underworld Detective Society (Puds) as they investigate haunts across the U.S. and abroad between tanning beds, babes, body-building, and bong hits — all the while risking life and limb capturing the undead and unexplained on video.
The team is lead by Dr. Zeke Wallace (Michael Melendez), a good-looking ex-chiropractor turned paranormal investigator, his ex-girlfriend and show’s producer, Shawna Leibowitz (Gia Allemand), Scary Carrie Carmichael (Christy Johnson), the “Living-Dead Roller-Girl” case manager, Barry ‘The Bomb’ Burkowski and Joey ‘Mayhem’ Moscone affectionately called The Goon Squad (Colt Cabana and Disco Inferno), The fashion-conscious psychic Guy Swisher (Brett Gentile), the team’s tech specialists and devoted stoners are Robbie (Michael Bortone »
- Jonathan James
We are back with the latest edition of the Indie Spotlight. Today’s feature includes horror posters, alien invasions, world zombie day, and much more:
New Trailer for Smiley: “Beginning October 12, AMC will exclusively release Smiley theatrically through its AMC independent platform on 28 screens in 14 markets including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Houston and Atlanta. The release will also be supported by a marketing campaign from AMC.
The story of the film follows a mentally fragile college student named Ashley (Caitlin Gerard from “Magic Mike” and “The Social Network”) who, after learning of an urban legend in which a mysterious serial killer named “Smiley” can be summoned through the Internet, must decide whether she is losing her mind or becoming Smiley‘s next victim.” Smiley also stars Melanie Papalia (“Endgame”) and Andrew James Allen (“Make It or Break It”), with Roger Bart (“Desperate Housewives”), Keith David (“The Thing »
- Jonathan James
Some panels to check out:
Wednesday, July 11
6:00-9:45 Special Sneak Peek Pilot Screenings — Comic-Con and Warner Bros. Television proudly continue their annual Preview Night tradition, with exclusive world premiere screenings of the pilot episodes of five of the most highly anticipated TV series pilots of the 2012-13 television season: 666 Park Avenue, Arrow, The Following, Revolution and Cult.
Arrow - From executive producers Greg Berlanti (Green Lantern), Marc Guggenheim (Green Lantern), Andrew Kreisberg (Fringe), and David Nutter (Smallville), hard-hitting action series Arrow reinvents the DC hero. After being marooned for five years on a remote island, billionaire Oliver Queen returns home with a mysterious agenda and a lethal new set of skills that he uses in a war on crime. The series stars Stephen Amell (Private Practice), Colin Donnell (Pan Am), Katie Cassidy (Supernatural), David Ramsey (Dexter), and Willa Holland (The O.C.), with Susanna Thompson (Dragonfly) and Paul Blackthorne »
And we have another day of programming for this year’s Comic Con, jam packed with awesome panels and screenings, from Falling Skies, Star Wars, Spartacus, Blade Runner, Total Recall, Game Of Thrones to The Walking Dead, Looper and the requisite Joss Whedon hour of fun.
For the full run down, check out the Con’s website. For the highlights, peruse below:
10:00-11:00 Star Wars: Collectibles Update— Join eFX, Gentle Giant Studios, Kotobukiya, and Sideshow Collectibles for product development insights and exclusive previews of the latest in Star Wars collectibles. Moderated by Chris Spitaleof Lucas Licensing. Room 7Ab
10:00-11:00 Remembering Jerry Robinson and Joe Simon— Jerry Robinson was a key artist on Batman in the 1940s, the co-creator of The Joker, and later an accomplished newspaper strip artist and political cartoonist. Joe Simon was half of the legendary team of Simon and [Jack] Kirby, the co-creator »
- Andy Greene
If this money is talking the way it's supposed to, then it looks like the proposed film series "Space Command" is not only a go -- it already has an enthusiastic fan base. The series from science-fiction alums Marc Scott Zicree, Doug Drexler and Neil Johnson, set a Kickstarter goal of $75,000 to get started on a series that would pay homage to classic 1950s science-fiction. Instead, with more than a month to go, fans have responded with just under $130,000 by Tuesday, and the pledges haven't stopped there. "This says a lot about how the fans feel," Drexler told Airlock Alpha when providing an update on the project. And it's hard to argue that. So far, "Space Command" has attracted pledges from one less than 1,500 people. That's an average donation of $87. Already, two people have »
Humanity's End, 2009.
Directed by Neil Johnson.
As a self-considered feminist, this movie was almost like blasphemy. Not a good start at all. The premise is that the last human in the universe, a man, is being hunted down by the alien race that wiped our species into extinction. Along the way he rescues several doting women, including a "surrogate" who is carrying the sperm of the greatest men who ever lived. Awkward.
But I'll get to those bits later. From the offset, it's glaringly obvious that this space movie is a low-budget production. Nothing wrong with that, but I think the producers could maybe have spent more money on a decent writer than on poorly-integrated stock images of »
6 items from 2012
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