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‘The Doll’ DVD Review

Stars: Debbie Rochon, Christian James, John Kap, Jason Vail, Suzie Haines, Elizabeth Mears, Patrick G. Keenan, Kirsten Ray, Leah Wiseman, Nick Alexander, Mary Tabor | Written and Directed by Tommy Faircloth

Ahhhh, the early days of DVD. When anything and everything was released to capitalise on the burgeoning desire for people to buy discs but not pay the extortionate prices the big studios were charging. The “Music Zone years” as I like to call them, when you could walk into any of the companies many high street shops and buy DVDs for a fiver (about a third of the regular price of studio fare). From companies like Marquee Pictures, Prism Leisure, Ilc Prime…

Why am I reminiscing about this? Well because it was also at this time that I was also busy buying up unwanted VHS tapes from people upgrading to the new-fangled disc format, snapping up horror films like there
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Afm 2013: It's Cowboys vs. Zombies at the Devil's Crossing

James Ryan Gary's Devil's Crossing is a post-apocalyptic zombie western that's been looking to score itself distro for a while now. Can this latest piece of sales art do the trick? Seems like kind of a no-brainer to us.

Michael Sharpe, Patrick G. Keenan, Kevin L. Johnson, and Jenny Gulley star.


Nuclear war has ravaged the world. The remnants of humanity fight to survive, taking refuge in bleak settlements. The undead wander the earth, slaves to their bloodlust, or perhaps some higher power? The tattered town of Celestial sets the stage for the greatest battle of the New Dark Age! A score that must be settled and a reckoning that has been 235 years in the making. Shadrach is a man who watched his life burnt to the ground! Left for dead, having sold his soul to the devil with his last dying breath. A slave to the devil.
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DVD Review: Devil’s Crossing

Devil’s Crossing

Stars: Michael Sharpe, Patrick G. Keenan, Kevin L. Johnson, Jenny Gulley | Written and Directed by James Ryan Gary

I found Devil’s Crossing to be a strange film, with a feel of a typical cowboy themed film but set in a modern day feel it surprised me when I read the synopsis and found that it’s set after a nuclear war. This war must have been some time in the close future because there are not many things that look futuristic. If anything they feel like they’ve gone back into the past, which of course may be the whole point, though it was slightly lost on me to a point.

The story is that a drifter moves from town to town killing people on a list. He works for a demon and when he decides one day to just stop, the demon turns up in
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Devil's Crossing and Turning on the Devil: A Movie Review

*a screener of this film was provided by Left Films.

Director/writer: James Ryan Gary.

Cast: Michael Sharpe, Patrick G. Keenan, Jenny Gulley and Kevin L. Johnson.

Devil's Crossing is the first film from the very young director James Ryan Gary. Seriously, this guy looks twenty in his interviews. The film is a blend of the western and horror genres as zombies promise to take over the world. Devil's Crossing is similar to other films like the recent Cowboys and Zombies, Olivier Beguin's short film "Dead Bones" and Spencer Estabrooks' "Dead Walkers." All of these are great films including Gary's latest entry. This title will release in the United Kingdom January 30th and it is already available in North America; this reviewer would recommend the film to indie horror fans across the board.

The film begins with the character Shadrach played by Michael Sharpe. He is digging his
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The Devil's Crossing Brings the Undead to the United Kingdom January 30th: DVD Artwork

The Devil's Crossing is a zombie styled western in the vein of Cowboys and Zombies aka The Dead and the Damned. A hero must face a horde of the undead to free a town from the grip of death and disease. Already released in the United States, this film. from James Ryan Gary, will also be available in the United Kingdom January 30th and the official UK DVD artwork can be seen left. As well, a sleeker trailer for the UK release is hosted below.

This is the most sought after and anticipated indie film here at 28Dla and a review of this film will come shortly courtesy of Left Films. There is something extraordinary and doubly dangerous when combining zombies with a western set story. Check out this title if you are a zombie fiction fan or wait for the review which will be posted shortly.

Release Date: January 30th (DVD,
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Snitch to Star Edward Furlong as a Rat on the Run: First Film Poster

<>Tombstone Distribution is a distribution house based in Los Angeles, California that focuses on films in the horror and thriller genres. Their latest pick up is called Snitch and this film stars Edward Furlong, Meatloaf and others. Snitch is about a rat who sells out the fictional Torino family when things get tough. But the Italian Mafia has a long memory and they come looking for Johnny Graham (Furlong) even when he is in the Witness Protection program.

Production on this feature will complete this year and expect Snitch to have a presence at this year's American Film Market that begins in November. The Afm takes place in Santa Monica each year and arguably, this is the biggest film festival and screening venue in North America. With Snitch in attendance, there will surely be a few more thrills and double dealings present. Enjoy the first film poster here with cast details below.
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