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6 items from 2014


Indie Spotlight: Lyle Now Available to Watch for Free

5 August 2014 6:21 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

The slow, rhythmic creaking of a rocking chair can be soothing… or disconcerting. In the case of our clip from Stewart Thorndike’s Lyle, it’s definitely the former. A psychological horror film that played at the Outfest Film Festival, Lyle is now available to watch in its entirety for free, and we have a clip featuring the lead actress wielding scissors for protection.

In an effort to address the lack of horror films directed by women, female Director/Writer Stewart Thorndike is in the process of making three female-centric horror movies. Lyle is the first of the three, and Putney, currently raising funds via a Kickstarter campaign, is the planned second entry. There are 44 days left of the Putney Kickstarter campaign, and Stewart recently announced that fans can watch Lyle for free on the movie’s website for the rest of the Putney Kickstarter campaign.

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- Derek Anderson

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Creepy First Trailer for Lyle

29 July 2014 1:15 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

On tap for you cats right now is the official trailer for director Stewart Thorndike's new film Lyle, which is said to be cut from the same umbilical chord as Rosemary's Baby. Gotta say... it's lookin' pretty damned creepy. Check it out!

In the film Gabby Hoffman plays a mother's whose grief over the death of her toddler leads to horror. Ingrid Jungermann, Rebecca Street, Kim Allen, Michael Che, and Ashlie Atkinson also star.

Lyle was written and directed by Stewart Thorndike, produced by Alex Scharfman, and is said to be the first of three upcoming female-focused horror films Thorndike has in the works.

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NewFest 2014: Rubber, Leather, Hookers, and Cupcakes

25 July 2014 6:41 PM, PDT | www.culturecatch.com | See recent CultureCatch news »

If you still have an affinity for books, there can be few more choice summer reads than Edmund White's 2005 autobiography, My Lives. Divided into nonlinear sections devoted to his relationships with his parents, his hustlers, and his female entanglements, there's also a chapter entitled "My Europe." Herein White notes how while in the Paris of the 1980s, he became aware that petite green beans are tastier than their larger cousins. He also recounts how the social theorist Michel Foucault, a pal of his, noted that while "'gay philosophy' and 'gay paintings' were meaningless notions...writing gay fiction was legitimate since it enabled us to imagine how gay men should live together."

Foucault apparently "felt that relationships between gay men were tenuous, undefined, still to be invented, and that gay fiction was the place where a vision of association could be worked out in concrete detail."

The same could be said of Lgbt cinema, »

- Brandon Judell

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Lyle Keeps Horror at Bay; First Clip

9 July 2014 12:29 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Playing July 12th at Outfest in Los Angeles is writer director Stewart Thorndike's new film Lyle, which is said to be cut from the same umbilical chord as Rosemary's Baby. The Hollywood Reporter scored the first clip, and we have it for you right here.

In the film Gabby Hoffman plays a mother's whose grief over the death of her toddler leads to horror. Ingrid Jungermann, Rebecca Street, Kim Allen, Michael Che, and Ashlie Atkinson also star.

Lyle was written and directed by Stewart Thorndike, produced by Alex Scharfman, and is said to be the first of three upcoming female-focused horror films Thorndike has in the works.

Outfest runs July 10-20 in Los Angeles, CA.

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Horror Film 'Lyle' Stars Gaby Hoffmann in a Sinister Ode to 'Rosemary's Baby' (Exclusive Video)

8 July 2014 4:56 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Something is amiss in this exclusive clip from the new horror flick Lyle, which is scheduled to premiere on July 12 at Outfest in Los Angeles. The film follows a distraught couple as they grieve of the death of their daughter. Gaby Hoffmann (Girls, Obvious Child) plays Leah, a pregnant woman cut from the same cloth as Rosemary from Rosemary's Baby. Ingrid Jungermann, Rebecca Street, Kim Allen, Michael Che and Ashlie Atkinson also star. Photos 35 of 2014's Most Anticipated Movies: 'X-Men: Days of Future Past,' 'Mockingjay,' 'Spider-Man 2' In the above clip, Hoffmann, whose previous

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Midnight Releasing Bringing Scavenger Killers to DVD this July

22 April 2014 | Horror Asylum | See recent Horror Asylum news »

Arriving on DVD, VOD and for Digital Download from 1 July is director Dylan Bank's new crime spree horror 'Scavenger Killers'. Midnight Releasing will be unleashing the new feature which reinvents the 'Bonnie and Clyde' concept this time teaming up a judge and a defense attorney who both go on a 'killing rampage'. Bank helms from a script by co-writers Ken Del Vecchio and Rachael Robbins. The movie stars Eric Roberts, Charles Durning, Robert Loggia, Dustin Diamond, Robert Bogue, Kim Allen, Ken Del Vecchio, Suzi Lorraine and the sexy Rachael Robbins ('Bikini Bloodbath Car Wash'). Head below for the trailer and to check out the bizarre synopsis. »

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