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Return (2011) Movie Trailer: Linda Cardellini, Michael Shannon

Return Trailer. Liza Johnson‘s Return (2011) movie trailer stars Linda Cardellini, Michael Shannon, John Slattery, Talia Balsam, and Emma Rayne Lyle. Return‘s plot synopsis: “When Kelli returns home from war, she expected to slowly but surely settle back into her life with her husband and kids in the small town she grew up in. But she gradually realizes that the life she left behind is no longer there waiting for her.”

The instant I started watching this movie trailer I thought of Brothers and Homeland, both dealing with returning war veterans. Linda Cardellini looks as though she digs deep here.

Return also stars Paul Sparks, Louisa Krause, James Murtaugh, Rutanya Alda, Bonnie Swencionis, Edward Crawford, and Jennifer Olivera.

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Vamperifica (2011)

Directed By: Bruce Ornstein

Written by: Bruce Ornstein, Martin Yurkovic

Starring: Martin Yurkovic, Dreama Walker, Creighton James, Bonnie Swencionis, Jeff Ward

It wasn't until I put Vamperifica into my DVD player that I realized I had been avoiding Vampire movies. Somewhere just south of all the blood and sex, Vampire movies became overdone. Of course this is no reason to completely ignore the sub-genre, but it goes without saying that we can expect some truly awful instances of Vampire horror to arise. Lucky for Vamperifica, this isn't entirely the case, as it boasts some truly original vampire development and humor. But is it enough to will me out of my too many vampires coma?

Vamperifica follows Carmen, a flamboyant college student who dreams of being a Broadway star and loves to yell about dirty whores and bitches. He gets a brutal wake-up call however, when two vampires arrive to give him unsettling news.
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Event Report: Screamfest La 2011: Exclusive Night #5 Photo Gallery, More on Vamperifica and Hail Satan!

Dread Central's coverage of the 11th annual Screamfest La Film Festival continues with our event report stemming from Tuesday night, October 18th, when we hit the carpet to bring you further eye candy and to catch the premieres of short films Hail Satan! and The Night Caller as well as the feature film Vamperifica.

Those walking the black carpet at the Manns Chinese 6 in Hollywood, California, and in attendance for the evening included Vamperifica co-writer (with lead Martin Yurkovic) and director Bruce Ornstein and cast members Jeff Ward, Bonnie Swencionis, Creighton James, Josh Alexander, Maria-Christina Oliveras, Gianna LePera and Cj Diehl as well as Urban Explorer director Andy Fetscher with cast members Nathalie Kelley, Nick Eversman and Brenda Koo. Hail Satan! director John Michael Elfers and producer/actress Denesa Chan and The Night Caller co-writers and directors Peter Podgursky and Donna Thorland (you can now watch the latter film online here) also made the carpet,
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Vamperifica to Show at 2011's Screamfest: Trailer

Vamperifica is a new horror comedy from actor and director Bruce Ornstein. The plot breaks down as follows: Carmen, a very flamboyant male, finds unique powers within himself once bitten by a night stalker. A vampire king's soul resides in Carmen and this essence will be unleashed October 14th at this year's Screamfest. Screamfest takes places in Los Angeles every year and this gory festival begins October 14th and continues until October 23rd. Vamperifica will haunt the screens and fans of vampire thrillers or comedies are encouraged to take a look at the film's trailer, which shows all sorts of comedic action. Apparently, not everyone is destined for Broadway!

Release Date: October 14th (Festival).

Director: Bruce Ornstein.

Writers: Bruce Ornstein and Martin Yurkovic.

Cast: Martin Yurkovic, Dreama Walker, Creighton James, Bonnie Swencionis, Jeff Ward, Josh Alexander, Daud Shah, Christina Oliveras, Vincent Quintiliani, Darlene Violette, Gianna LePera, Roi King, Amanda Gates,
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