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Horror Feature ‘Residue’ to be released on VOD in Us and Canada on July 18

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The creative horror film,features an impressive ensemble cast IndustryWorks Studios will be releasing the buzzed-about gritty, action/crime horror film Residue in the Us and Canada on VOD on July 18th, 2017. The indie film stars James Clayton (‘Candiland’, ‘The 100’, ‘Timeless’), Taylor Hickson (‘Deadpool’, ‘Aftermath’), Costas Mandylor (‘Saw’ Franchise, ‘The Pledge’, ‘Picket Fences’), Gemini Award …

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July 2017 VOD Releases Include Free Fire, Killing Ground, Ghost In The Shell (2017)

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If you’re looking for an excuse to spend more time at home and out of the summer heat this month, then July’s VOD and Digital HD releases have you more than covered, as we have 17 different titles coming our way in the next few weeks.

July kicks off with a pair of digital debuts on July 4th—Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire and the indie thriller Blood Hunters—and just a few days later, both Bad Frank and the new Ghost in the Shell movie make their digital bows as well. July 11th is a busy day, too, with four different releases—The Answer, The Blessed Ones, White Raven, and Gremlin—and then just a week later, we get several more titles to choose from, including Lake Alice, Phoenix Forgotten, and Bonejangles.

July’s VOD releases are capped off by the digital debuts of Killing Ground on July
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Horror Highlights: Funko’s Carnage & Anti-Venom Dorbz, Residue, Lake Alice

  • DailyDead
The latest rad comic villains to join Funko's Dorbz line are Carnage and Anti-Venom. Continue reading to learn when they will be available in Walmart stores. Also in today's Horror Highlights are release details for Residue and Lake Alice.

Funko's Carnage and Anti-Venom Dorbz: From Funko: "Carnage and Anti-Venom are the latest Marvel Dorbz heading to Walmart!

Available at Walmart in mid-May!"

Dorbz: Marvel - Carnage

Dorbz: Marvel - Anti-Venom

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Residue iTunes and VOD Release Details & Trailer: "Private investigator Luke Harding (James Clayton) reads a book of sinister origins owned by seedy crime lord Mr. Fairweather (Matt Frewer). Unbeknownst to Luke, the book is a much sought-after supernatural artifact and Fairweather's greatest rival, the enigmatic Mr. Lamont (William B. Davis), pursues Luke with his henchmen (Costas Mandylor, Michael Matic). While the criminal underworld is desperate to retrieve the book and harness its power for their own dark agendas, it's
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Official Trailer for Neo-Noir, Supernatural Indie Horror Film 'Residue'

"Did you, by chance, open the book?" XLrator Media has debuted the first official trailer for an interesting genre mashup titled Residue, a neo-noir thriller mixed with supernatural horror. The story follows a private investigator who reads a book of sinister origins owned by seedy crime lord. This (think Evil Dead) puts his daughter and himself in a fight for their lives, and their eternal souls. Starring James Clayton as Luke Harding, as well as Matt Frewer, Michael Matic, Costas Mandylor, Alika Autran, Dan Payne, William B. Davis, Elysia Rotaru, and Taylor Hickson as his daughter Angelina. This is a very weird trailer with tons of crazy things going on. I can't even make sense of it. The big reveals don't come until the final few seconds; beyond that, it's a mess of footage and glimpses and wacky things happening. Take a look. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Rusty Nixon's Residue,
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Residue Spreads Across Characters in these Early Stills

The supernatural thriller Residue has a few new stills. The new photos show a monster, one of the film's central characters and a few other strange items. Residue is a co-production between XLRator Media, Industry Works Pictures and Motorcycle Boy Productions. XLRator Media and Industry Works Pictures have announced a three picture co-operative, involving "action thrillers (DailyDead)." Residue looks to be the first to be released in mid-2017. The film, from director Rusty Nixon, stars: James Clayton (Candiland), Taylor Hickson and Matt Frewer. And, an early preview of the film is hosted here. The film's story focuses on an ancient artifact and book. Various factions compete to own the book, while evil begins to enter the fray. Protagonist and private investigator Luke Harding (Clayton) possesses the item, but for how long? Now, Luke and his daughter most fight both supernatural and physical forces to keep this growing evil at bay.
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Candiland shoot comes to Vancouver

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Candiland shoot comes to Vancouver
The Motorcycle Boy Productions and Greendale Productions horror-thriller starring Gary Busey, James Clayton and Chelah Horsdal will be in production in the city from April 13-20.

Rusty Nixon directs Candiland from his adapted screenplay based on Elizabeth Engstrom’s novel of the same name about a pair of lovers who isolate themselves in a bizarre heightened existence experiment.

Marc Petey and Marena Dix produce and James Clayton, Blaine Anderson and Roseanne Milliken are the executive producers.

The film is being shot in two blocks, nine weeks apart, to allow Clayton and Horsdal (pictured) the time needed for a dramatic weight loss as as their characters become emaciated after a year of isolation.
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Horror Takes a Trip to Candiland

No, not that ridiculously sweet board game we all played as kids which launched 100 dentist visits... what we're talking about here is a new horror film from director Rusty Nixon entitled Candiland. See what a difference one letter can make?

Gary Busey, James Clayton, and Chelah Horsdal star. Shooting begins this month.

Synopsis

Recently divorced and heartbroken, Tess finds herself abandoned at a bar on her girls’ night out. There she encounters the eccentric and rich Peter – a man cursed with the condition of heightened sensory perception and desperately searching for a moment’s peace. The two instantly fall in love and withdraw to Peter’s apartment for a lengthy and addicting love affair.

Days of bliss pass by, but when Tess realizes she should leave and resume her life, Peter proposes a dangerous idea – isolate each other in his apartment to create their own pure reality, one free of
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Two Lovers Take a Twisted Trip Through Candiland

Writer-director Rusty Nixon begins shooting the new horror film Candiland in Vancouver later this month. The project is based on the novel "Candyland" by Elizabeth Engstrom. Gary Busey, James Clayton and Chelah Horsdal will star. The latter will play Tess, Recently divorced and heartbroken, who finds herself abandoned at a bar on her girl’s night out. There she encounters the eccentric and rich Peter – a man cursed with the condition of heightened sensory perception and desperately searching for a moment’s peace. The two instantly fall in love and withdraw to Peter’s apartment for a lengthy and addicting love affair.

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Trailer of 'Foodland'

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For the moment, the release date of the comedy Foodland hasn't been announced. However, the trailer is online.

In this film directed by Adam Smoluk, we follow a grocery clerk, Trevor (James Clayton). He's so naive that he helps his manager, Ian (Ross McMillan), to rob the store they both work at. When the money is lifted off Trevor and Ian, they enlist the help of Glen (Stephen Eric McIntyre), a slimy, incompetent detective, to retrieve the stolen cash. But events soon go awry and Trevor must now determine friend from foe, and get the cash back before it’s too late.

The film also stars Kim Poirier, Aaron Merke and Jason Malloy.
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