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The Scarehouse Offers Free Surgery in this "Diy Boob Job" Clip

Director Gavin Michael Booth has released a disturbing clip for horror feature The Scarehouse. The clip, titled "Diy Boob Job," is very Nsfw and involves a young woman tortured and eviscerated. A tale of revenge, The Scarehouse follows two sorority sisters as they turn on their former friends. This title has just been released through video-on-demand and the film has been reviewed here: The Scarehouse Reviewed on 28Dla. Fans of horror can view the bloody clip below. As well, The Scarehouse will release on DVD in February. The release will host plenty of scares and the film is recommended to indie horror fans. More details on the film are hosted below. Release Date: January 13th, 2015 (VOD) and February 17th, 2015 (DVD). Director: Gavin Michael Booth. Writer: Gavin Michael Booth and Sarah Booth. Cast: Sarah Booth, Kimberly-Sue Murray, Katherine Barrell, Teagan Vincze, Emily Alatalo, Dani Barker, Ivana Stojanovic and Jennifer Miller. The
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‘The Scarehouse’ Review

Stars: Sarah Booth, Kimberly-Sue Murray, Katherine Barrell, Jennifer Miller, Teagan Vincze, Emily Alatalo, Dani Barker, Ivana Stojanovic, Brad Everett, Jack Ettlinger, Alex Harrouch, Jonathan Dubsky, Sean Kaufmann, Tanya Bevan, Scott Cavalheiro | Written and Directed by Gavin Michael Booth

The Scarehouse is a solid contained horror film mixed with found footage when away from the main location. Production values are good and performances are commendable when it comes to the “why are you doing this to me?” scenes. Most impressive of all is Jennifer Miller (as sorority sister – Lisa Jenning). She can certainly throw a punch or two and proves to be an ongoing thorn in the side of our anti-heroes Corey and Elaina.

The movie opens up with handheld footage of a group of loud-mouthed, college sorority sisters dressed in their underwear getting ready for a night of initiation with their two newbies. None of these people prove themselves to be likeable.
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The Scarehouse Cast is Pranked in an Actual Haunted House Attraction in this Movie Clip

Director Gavin Michael Booth's The Scarehouse has just released through Video-on-demand (Jan. 13th). This tale of revenge focuses on two sorority sisters. They have turned on their sisterhood, in a bloody fashion. A review of this film has already been posted here: A The Scarehouse Review on 28Dla. As well, to celebrate the film's release, Booth has released a new Prank Video. The clip shows the cast subjected to the Scarehouse Windsor. This real life haunted house attraction hosts a number of terrors, with the cast pushed to their limits. The short video is quite humourous and available here. Also, The Scarehouse is moving closer towards a DVD release date. A DVD release date will be announced shortly and posted here, once available. Release Date: January 13th, 2015 (VOD). Director: Gavin Michael Booth. Writer: Gavin Michael Booth and Sarah Booth. Cast: Sarah Booth, Kimberly-Sue Murray, Katherine Barrell, Teagan Vincze, Emily Alatalo,
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Gavin Michael Booth's The Scarehouse Has a Tale of Terror to Tell: First Trailer

Director Gavin Michael Booth has just released the first trailer for The Scarehouse. The Scarehouse involves a group of sorority sisters and a duo's desire for revenge. The clip shows two former sisters: Corey (Sarah Booth) and Elaina (Kimberly-Sue Murray) plotting something tortuous. The trailer also shows a dark interior setting, which is an actual Haunted Halloween attraction. As well, The Scarehouse stars: Katherine Barrell, Teagan Vincze, Emily Alatalo and Dani Barker. The trailer awaits below. For more on the story, Corey and Elaina believe they have been rejected by their sorority house. Now, they have planned an elaborate revenge, which takes place on Devil's Night. They lure their former sisters in a haunted Halloween attraction, The Scarehouse! Here, the sisters will get their comeuppance. Will anyone live to tell their tale? Also, The Scarehouse will begin to release in October. The film is slated for a World Premiere in Windsor,
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The Scarehouse Hosts a Couple of Torture Devices in these Two Movie Clips

Director Gavin Michael Booth has released two clips for his upcoming film The Scarehouse. This film, which was shot in Windsor, Ontario, involves a group of sorority sisters and revenge. This film has recently been completed. D Films will distribute this title in Canada and the film will have its World Premiere in Windsor, this October 5th. The two clips, titled "I Can Still See Some Fat" and "Try More Clothes" are below. This tale of revenge begins with six sorority sisters. These friends show up at a haunted attraction, which is being run by a couple of their former club members. And, this attraction has been rigged - for murder! Understandably, this film has a large female cast. The cast includes a few regulars of the horror genre. The film stars Sarah Booth (Deadfall) and Kimberly-Sue Murray (The Colony). As well, Dani Barker and Teagan Vincze star. Fans of
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Director Gavin Michael Booth Begins Filming Vengeful Sorority Sisters in The Scarehouse

Tagline: "Revenge is a bitch." The Scarehouse is a new horror film from production companies Mimetic Entertainment and A Name Viking. Recently, this production began shooting in Ontario, Canada. And, the film stars Sarah Booth (Deadfall), Kimberly-Sue Murray (The Colony), Dani Barker and Jennifer Miller; Gavin Michael Booth is directing. This mostly female cast play sorority sisters on Devil's Night. Now, the film's first concept poster is here, along with a tagline: "Revenge is a bitch." The Scarehousee will release later in 2014. D Films Corp will release the film in Canada, while NBC Universal will release this title in the United States. A trailer is coming soon and horror fans can find more cast and crew info below. Release Date: Summer 2014. Director: Gavin Michael Booth. Writers: Gavin Michael Booth and Sarah Booth. Cast: Sarah Booth, Kimberly-Sue Murray, Dani Barker, Jennifer Miller, Teagan Vincze, Emily Alatalo and Ivana Stojanovic. *a trailer has not been.
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Interview With Actor Robert Nolan (Worm, Eyes Beyond, The Devil Walks Among You )

The one, the only, Robert Nolan is the ultimate chameleon slipping in and out of roles with such ease. He has appeared in dozens of short films including some genre fare like Richard Powell's "Worm", Ryan M. Andrews's "The Devil Walks Among You", and Daniel Reininghaus's "Eyes Beyond" to name a few. We got the chance to ask this incredibly talented actor a few questions. Here is what he had to say.

So for those unfamiliar with you, who is Robert Nolan and what are you all about?

Aside from knowing my own name and that I exist on this planet right now, exactly who I am remains as mysterious a world to me as you are to you. Does anyone really know exactly who they are and what they are all about?The depths of the interior human are as infinite as the universe our bodies inhabit.
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That’s A Rapp: ‘Starvival’ Desperately Scares The Hell Out Of Us

The curse and boon of our industry is its ease of distribution. If you can produce a video, it’s up in as long as it takes for YouTube to process it. The curse comes because with a more typical path of distribution there are people who will look at your show and consider if it really should be made. (Of course, that’s its own double-edged sword; great shows will be overlooked because an executive ate a ham sandwich instead of his usual egg salad that day.) This is the problem I have with Starvival. From the storyline to the shooting style to the painfully obvious link baiting episode titles, this is a show of vanity and low self-esteem to the point of outright self-degradation. The premise is like so: Danielle Barker—doing all of it off ‘cell phone and a half broken camcorder’—goes after her dreams of
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Short Film Review: Eyes Beyond (2010)

I've seen enough horror Canadian and American horror films to know that most of them won't scare me and stay in my mind. However, while I wouldn't call myself a fan of Daniel Reininghaus's Eyes Beyond, I can tell you that this Canadian horror short film will be stuck in your memory for quite a while.

This rather confusing film starts in an apparently quiet neighbourhood. Gabriel (Daniel Reininghaus) and Adam Morales (Evan Eisenstadt) are the neighbours of a family made of Henry (Robert Nolan), Vivian (Kelly-Marie Murtha) and Abigail Rogers (Danielle Barker). One day, the Morales brothers invite the Rogerses for a dinner. However, it appears that the Rogerses ended up being the victims of the Morales brothers who unleash their violence.

This of course is what we're introduced to in the first minutes of Eyes Beyond. While the exploration of bipolar disorder or mental illness is rarely
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Eyes Beyond (2010)

Written and Directed by Daniel Reininghaus

Featuring Daniel Reininghaus, Robert Nolan, Kelly-Marie Murtha, Danielle Barker, Evan Eisenstadt, Talon "D" Roach, Deanna Palazzo

Produced by Elizabeth Rizzuto

www.eyesbeyondmovie.com

Reviewed by Brittney-Jade Colangelo

One would find it safe to assume that after 20 years of desensitizing and brainwashing thanks to countless hours of shoving horror films into my corneas, that there would be absolutely nothing that could phase me anymore. It is today that I must admit that I stand corrected. I will say that it takes some extreme measures in order to shake me up, but Daniel ReininghausEyes Beyond has done exactly that.

An extremely dark and unconventional look at the horrors of bi-polar disorder and the sorrow it brings to those who suffer from the illness, we as an audience are thrown into a whirlwind of “is it real or is it a dream” reality and a mind-blowing hallucination.
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Eyes Beyond to Play at The Atlanta Horror Film Festival for 2010

Eyes Beyond Poster 2010Daniel Reininghaus' Eyes Beyond is announcing festival particpation at the Atlanta Horror Film Festival August 13th and The International Film Festival of South Africa later this year (Eyes). This independent short from Spotlight Nation Films focuses on the Morales' brothers who invite the Roger's family over for a neighbourly dinner. Yet, the main course is not your usual cuisine, as the brothers torture and humiliate their guests for an unknown purpose. Watch the clip for Eyes Beyond below with stars Robert Nolan, Kelly-Marie Murtha, and others fighting for their lives!

A short synopsis for this twenty-five to twenty-six minutes film:

"The Morales' brothers invite their next door neighbours over for dinner but dinner turns out to be a spiraling nightmare for the Roger's family" (Eyes).

Release Date: August 13th (Limited Run at The Atlanta Horror Film Festival).

Director/writer: Daniel Reininghaus.

Producers: Elizabeth Rizzuto and Daniel Reininghaus.
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