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Never ones to disappoint, Rock and Shock has just announced the second wave of guests who will be appearing at this year's horror/metal convention. In this round of celebs some new faces are named as well as some Rock and Shock favorites.
Among the newest guests announced are Victoria Price, daughter of the iconic Vincent Price, who will be hosting a special presentation on her father's life. WWE Hall of Famer Rowdy Roddy Piper will be making his triumphant return to Worecester. They'll be joined by Dee Wallace, Jake Busey, Tiffany Shepis, Sarah French, and Joe Knetter.
- Scott Hallam
From the press release:
Film4 FrightFest will be screening a record twenty short films, twelve of them world premieres, at this year’s August event at the Vue West End, Leicester Sq.
Spearheading this year’s selection is the world premiere of Show Pieces, three tales of terror written by Alan Moore, the genius 2000 Ad writer behind Watchmen, The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, From Hell and V For Vendetta. Moore has never previously written specifically for the screen, until now. Directed by his close friend and internationally acclaimed photographer Mitch Jenkins, this interconnected trilogy kicks off with. ‘Act of Faith’ in which a young woman looking for the next step in sexual excitement unfortunately finds it. ‘Jimmy’s End’ tails a serial philanderer down a dark alley into a very unusual club where the top-billed attraction is The Bad Brides and their Danse Macabre and ‘His Heavy Heart’ reveals the »
- Luke Owen
Film4 FrightFest will be screening a record twenty short films, twelve of them world premieres, at this year’s August event at the Vue West End, Leicester Square – including the latest from director Federico Zampaglione entitled Remember, the Fiona Dourif starring She (which I backed on Kickstarter many moons ago) and the second Jessica Cameron-starring production showing at Frightfest, the UK-lensed short The Tour.
Spearheading this year’s selection is the world premiere of Show Pieces, three tales of terror written by Alan Moore, the genius 2000 Ad writer behind Watchmen, The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, From Hell and V For Vendetta. Moore has never previously written specifically for the screen, until now. Directed by his close friend and internationally acclaimed photographer Mitch Jenkins, this interconnected trilogy kicks off with. ‘Act of Faith’ in which a young woman looking for the next step in sexual excitement unfortunately finds it. ‘Jimmy »
- Phil Wheat
Last Thursday, Collider attended the red carpet festivities for the 40th Annual Saturn Awards, held at at the Castaway Starlight Ballroom in Burbank, Calif. Always one of the best events for geeks with eclectic tastes, this is the only award show where you can find cinematographers from obscure exploitation movies walking the red carpet right alongside A-list directors, with both getting equal attention. During the show, we got a chance to talk with Don Mancini who has written all six movies in the Child’s Play series and directed the last two. With him were series star, Brad Dourif and his granddaughter, Fiona Dourif, who joined the franchise 2013’s more serious-minded, The Curse of Chucky. In our interview, Mancini and the Dourifs talk extensively about Chucky movies that were almost made, where Chucky’s children Glen and Glenda would be today, contending with decreasing budgets, Universal Hollywood Horror Nights’ Chucky themed shows and mazes, »
- Hunter Daniels
The 40th Annual Saturn Awards were held this past Thursday, June 26th, and a what great show it was from (as Johnny Carson used to say) "beautiful downtown Burbank"! Here's the full list of winners and more.
Actually, we were high above the city at the famous Castaway restaurant and banquet hall. The Saturn Awards has been held here for the past few years, and it really is a fabulous venue with the best views of the San Fernando Valley anywhere.
Among the winners are Dread Central favorites "The Walking Dead," "Hannibal," The Conjuring, and Vera Farmiga's no holds barred performance as Norma Bates in "Bates Motel." The eye candy and updates from the carpet come from director Neil Marshall; the Curse of Chucky crew - Don Mancini, Brad Dourif, and Fiona Dourif; Insidious 3's Lin Shaye; and more. There's even some Ghostbusters 3 non-news!
It was a star-studded event, »
- Staci Layne Wilson
Yes, Rock & Shock, the legendary Worcester, Mass., horror and metal festival, is still four months away, but organizers have released a tiny taste of what festival-goers can expect this October 17-19. Read on to learn what celebrity guests and musical acts are already lined up for the show.
Rock and Shock is not only Doctor Gash's favorite weekend of the year, but it's one of the coolest and most intimate festivals one can attend. And the first wave of celebrities should have everyone marking their calendars and making plans to head to Worcester this October.
Brad Dourif, who's done everything from voicing Chucky in the Child's Play series to Lord of the Rings, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and "Deadwood" just to name a few, will be making a rare festival appearance. Additionally , Dourif's daughter, Fiona Dourif (Curse of Chucky, "True Blood") will be appearing as well.
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- Scott Hallam
In 2009 FEARnet launched "Fear Clinic," a horror series starring Robert Englund as Dr. Andover, a fear doctor who induces hallucinations in patients dealing with crippling phobias. Now a feature version is on its way, and we've got two brand new posters on tap for ya, ahead of its premiere at Cannes. Check 'em out!
In the film Robert Englund reprises his role as Dr. Andover; Fiona Dourif plays Sara Falls, a young woman who seeks the help of Dr. Andover after her phobias begin to reemerge; and Thomas Dekker plays Blake Patton, a disabled man who survives a terrible tragedy and is subsequently brought to the clinic. Also cast is Cleopatra Coleman (Step Up: Revolution), who plays Sara’s best friend, Megan McAllister, »
- John Squires
Chelsey Burdon, the director of short film “Sweet 6teen” (available in British horror anthology Shortcuts to Hell: Volume 1) teamed up with fellow horror enthusiast and film/music reviewer Mark Vessey, for a new Kickstarter-backed short film project, She, which stars Curse of Chucky‘s Fiona Dourif and tells the story of a young couple who have a loveless and dispassionate relationship; no communication, affection or indication of attachment.
Whatever spark they once had is now long gone. We build up to an anniversary dinner, when She poisons He’s food with a substance that renders him physically paralysed. Finally regaining some sense of control, she carries out an act of violent revenge that will leave just as many scars on her as it does on him.
Having backed the project on Kickstarter I got a first glimpse of the trailer late last week (I, sadly, missed it’s Glasgow Frightfest »
- Phil Wheat
Fear Clinic is a new film staring Robert Englund and is based on the popular horror web series for Fearnet. The movie has taken a shift from the series instead of the episodic nature of the original show the film will focus on a variety of phobias that all stem from one traumatic event. Horror fans pitched in more than 68000 of the 1million budget on Indiegogo. Check out the intense trailer below. Fear Clinic stars Robert Englund Fiona Dourif Thomas Dekker Kevin Gage Cleopatra Coleman Angelina Armani Corey Taylor Felisha Terrell and Brandon Beemer. »
We’ve been following this one pretty closely here at Hnn. Fear Clinic starring Robert Englund and directed by Robert Hall is slated for a fall release and it would appear they are on track as today brought our first look at some goods from the project by way of a teaser trailer. Wanna see? Of course you do!
Yeah, that’s what I’m talking about!
- Dave Dreher
In 2009 FEARnet launched “Fear Clinic,” a horror series starring Robert Englund as Dr. Andover, a fear doctor who induces hallucinations in patients dealing with crippling phobias using his “Fear Chamber.” Now a feature version is on its way, and we have the first trailer for you right here.
In the film Robert Englund reprises his role as Dr. Andover; Fiona Dourif plays Sara Falls, a young woman who seeks the help of Dr. Andover after her phobias begin to reemerge; and Thomas Dekker plays Blake Patton, a disabled man who survives a terrible tragedy and is subsequently brought to the clinic. Also cast is Cleopatra Coleman (Step Up: Revolution), who plays Sara’s best friend, Megan McAllister, who possesses a fear of spiders. »
- Uncle Creepy
A Fear Clinic movie was filmed late last year and Anchor Bay Films recently acquired it with plans to release the movie in late 2014. Today, we have our first good look at the cast of Fear Clinic from the first teaser trailer:
“Fear Clinic began as a 2009 horror series for FearNet that consisted of five episodes starring up-and-coming talent like Lucas Till (X-Men: First Class) and Kate Nauta (Transporter 2) as well as horror icons Danielle Harris (Halloween 4), Lisa Wilcox (A Nightmare on Elm Street 4) and Kane Hodder (Jason Voorhees). The series and upcoming film stars Robert Englund as Dr. Andover, a fear doctor who treats patients afflicted with crippling phobias by inducing hallucinations inside his exposure therapy invention; The Fear Chamber. It has since been added to On Demand and mainstream channels Youtube and Hulu.
The project has been in active development for a feature film, written by Robert Hall and Aaron Drane. »
- Jonathan James
Did you dig our 2009 Fearnet original web-series 'Fear Clinic?' Well then, you're going to love this! Director Robert Hall is back with the brand new movie version of 'Fear Clinic' and we're thrilled to share with you the first trailer for the flick. Robert "Freddy Krueger" Englund headlines the cast as Dr. Andover, alongside Fiona Dourif ('Curse Of Chucky'), Thomas Dekker ('A Nightmare On Elm Street'), Kevin Gage ('Laid To Rest'), Slipknot's Corey Taylor and Angelina Armani ('Chromeskull: Laid To Rest 2'). In 'Fear Clinic,' a doctor (Englund) works to cure patients suffering from crippling phobias by placing them inside his invention which induces and controls hallucinations. Needless to say, they hallucinate some pretty wild, horrific stuff! I'm also most excited to see glimpes of the FX work of living legend Steve Johnson in this trailer, who »
- Rob Galluzzo
Over the weekend, Fox cast Jon Heder for the role of ”Richard” in its untitled Ricky Blitt comedy pilot. A man in his early 30s, Richard is an intensely intelligent, though a sloth-like underachiever. He still lives with his mother, where he finds his life turned upside down when his mother gets married and her new husband and three teenage children move in. Heder joins the previously announced Jane Kaczmarek (“Carol”) as a series regular. Also read: ‘True Blood’ Actress Fiona Dourif to Star in Psychological Thriller ‘Origami Fox’ (Exclusive) The multi-cam from Wonder Monkey and Candy Bar Productions in »
- Tony Maglio
Here's a look at today's latest movie casting news: Helen Mirren is in early talks to star in The Golden Lady, written by Alexi Kaye Campbell and directed by Simon Curtis. Jessica Alba is in negotiations to star opposite Thomas Jane in Phil Joanou's horror-thriller, The Veil, scripted by Robert Ben Garant. Brittany Snow is set to reprise her role in Elizabeth Banks' singing sequel, Pitch Perfect 2, which stars Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson. Fiona Dourif (True Blood) will star in writer-director Stuart Sauvarin's indie psychological thriller, Origami Fox. Hit the jump for more on each project. First up from Daily Mail (via The Playlist) is word that Mirren is in talks to star in The Golden Lady as "Maria Altmann, a Jewish refugee who, in her 80s, took on a government to recover art treasures she believed rightfully belonged to her family," among them Gustav Klimt's "The Lady In Gold, »
- Dave Trumbore
The flick marks the feature film debut of writer/director Stuart Sauvarin, whose company Sauvtrac is producing the movie in association with Union Entertainment Group.
A thriller in the vein of Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan and David Fincher’s The Game, Origami Fox is set in a world of opulence where nothing is as it seems. Dourif will play Brea, a young girl seeking revenge in the aftermath of death as the world around her unravels, revealing horrifying secrets about her life and family.
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- Uncle Creepy
“True Blood” actress Fiona Dourif is set to star in the psychological thriller “Origami Fox,” TheWrap has learned. “Origami Fox” marks the feature film debut of writer/director Stuart Sauvarin, whose company Sauvtrac is producing the movie in association with Union Entertainment Group. Also read: ‘True Blood’s’ Sam Trammell Joins Shailene Woodley in ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ (Exclusive) A thriller in the vein of Darren Aronofsky’s “Black Swan” and David Fincher’s “The Game,” “Origami Fox” is set in a world of opulence where nothing is as it seems. Dourif will play Brea, a young girl seeking »
- Jeff Sneider
A few years ago, Fearnet debuted a unique web series, starring Robert Englund, called "Fear Clinic." Englund played Dr. Andover, a doctor who tried to cure his patients of crippling fears in a manner which is often worse than the disease. The series won two Streamy Awards and great critical acclaim - so much so that it is now being made into a feature film.
Robert Hall directs the feature-length continuation of Dr. Andover and his unorthodox methods. Robert Englund returns as Dr. Andover, and is joined by Fiona Dourif (Curse of Chucky), Thomas Dekker (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Kevin Gage (Laid to Rest), and Corey Taylor of Slipknot. Anchor Bay has picked up the rights to distribute the film, which is still in production.
The Fear Clinic feature explores several different phobias manifested by the lead characters, all of which stem from the same traumatic experience.
- Alyse Wax
Robert Hall's 'Fear Clinic' has been picked up by Anchor Bay who have managed to acquire the whole shebang including all the theatrical, VOD, digital, Blu-ray and DVD rights. An official date should come along soon but is expected to be around the end of 2014. Fiona Dourif ('Curse of Chucky') and Robert Englund ('A Nightmare on Elm Street') both star in the movie based on the short lived FearNet horror series of the same name which also featured Englund. 'Fear Clinic' also stars Angelina Armani ('ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2'), Kevin Gage ('Laid to Rest'), Cleopatra Coleman and Thomas Dekker ('The Secret Circle'). Check out the one-sheet below. »
In 2009 FearNet launched “Fear Clinic,” a horror series starring Robert Englund as Dr. Andover, a fear doctor who induces hallucinations in patients dealing with crippling phobias using his “Fear Chamber.” Now a feature version is on its way and Anchor Bay has nailed down distro.
According to THR Anchor Bay Films has picked up all rights to Fear Clinic. The deal includes theatrical, VOD, digital and home entertainment. A late 2014 release is planned for the movie, which is still in production. The deal was made at Sundance.
For the film Robert Englund will reprise his role as Dr. Andover, Fiona Dourif will play Sara Falls, a young woman who seeks the help of Dr. Andover after her phobias begin to reemerge. Thomas Dekker will play Blake Patton, a disabled man who survives a terrible tragedy and is subsequently brought to the clinic. Also cast is Cleopatra Coleman (Step Up: Revolution »
- Uncle Creepy
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