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Vivica A. Fox, Joelle Carter, and Ross McCall To Star In ‘It’s Not You, It’s Me’

There are many, many lines you never want to hear when someone ends a relationship — “it’s not you, it’s me” is probably in the top 3. But, as we’ve seen in the past with movies revolving around doomed relationships, they tend to make a lot of money. Variety has just reported that Vivica A. Fox, Joelle Carter, and Ross McCall have been hired to lead the indie relationship comedy, titled — well, you know — It’s Not You, It’s Me.

Screenwriter Nathan Ives is making his directorial debut, helming a comedy that tells the story of “a thirty-something commitment-phobe who breaks up with the love of his life thanks to conflicting advice from his outrageous, inner voices — and says the only thing he can think of to soften the blow: ‘It’s not you, it’s me.’” Carter (Justified) will be playing the role of the ex-girlfriend, whose
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Shellter is Like a Shot of Adrenalin at the Oklahoma Horror Film Festival

Several more films have been announced this week as attending the 2010 Oklahoma Horror Film Festival including Dan Donley's Shellter. The film is a heart murmur on celluloid, as a world has been overrun by the undead. Yet, in an underground medical shelter, where one would expect to received treatment, a crazed medical doctor performs triage styled amputations in what is a medieval solution to a rapidly spreading virus. Have a watch of the trailer for Dan Donley's latest and prepare for the festival by visiting the Oklahoma Horror Film Festival at the link below, which begins September 3rd (Labour Day).

The synopsis for Shellter here:

"Zoey, (Cari Sanders,) awakens in the medical facility of an underground fallout shelter. The Doctor, (Will Tulin,) explains that an infection has killed most of the population. The only people left are either a few lone survivors like her and the infected: The living dead.
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Both Neighbor and Shellter at the Cinema Slaughter Horror Film Festival

The Cinema Slaughter Horror Film Festival will begin Friday, April 23rd and run until May 7th. Two films will show, which include Neighbor and Shellter. Shellter involves an underground medical facility and the living dead. The film sees a world infected with a virus where "the only way of curing the infection is by surgically removing the affected area" (Shellter). On the other side of the coin, Neighbor is about an anonymous girl who goes door to door "torturing and slaughtering anyone" who gets in her way (Neighbor). Trailer locations for both films are below and this event will be held in West Hollywood, with location details inside.


Release Date: April 23rd (Limited Release).

Director/writer: Robert A. Masciantonio.

Cast: America Olivo, Christian Campbell, Mink Stole, Lauren Rooney, Pete Postiglione, Joe Aniska, Sarah McCarron, Amy Rutledge, Giovanna Galdi, Tracy Toth, Meredith Orlow, and Stink Fisher.

Official site for Neighbor
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[DVD Review] Bled

12.00 Normal 0 false false false En-us X-none X-none MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Vampire culture has gotten the film treatment more than any niche of the occult world. The world seems to be ga-ga for vampirism; the inherent sexuality, the blood, the power - the elements come together each and every time to form the same movie, the only real difference is how the features are implemented. Bled definitely has a new angle on the vampire concept treating it as a mere means to be exploited for immortality instead of focusing on the immortality of vampirism itself. The blood of innocents sustaining the life of an immortal: old and mentioned in Bled. Where Bled hits a new vein is in how the vampirism exists and the elementary analysis of addiction that gets thrown in along with it.

Sai (Sarah Farooqui) aspires to reach a new level with her art - an opportunity that presents itself
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Bled Movie Review

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Title: Bled Directed by: Christopher Hutson Starring: Sarah Farooqui, Chris Ivan Cevic, Alex Petrovitch, Michele Morrow and Ivan L. Moody. Scores: Technical: 70, Story: 45, Acting: 40, Overall: 55 Ever since I heard that one of my favorite singers Ivan Moody (Five Finger Death Punch, Motograter) , was going to be in a horror flick, I have been anxiously awaiting (with white knuckles) for the finished product. This was one of those movies that you want to like even before you see it, and trust me; I tried very hard to like it. It just didn’t have any guts. No plot, no thrills, no horror, nothing! It was such a disappointment; I cringe just [...]
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