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Supernatural Martial Arts Film Roundhouse Kicks a Director

10 February 2014 12:05 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

We horror fans are constantly begging for original movies. Enough with the remakes, the sequels and the re-hashed ideas. Give us something truly original, and we'll be happy. Ask and ye shall receive, fiends!

Screen Daily reports that The Haunting in Connecticut director Peter Cornwell has signed on to direct Minion, a martial arts horror film. Yes, a martial arts horror film.

Eric Gable and Ben Bostik wrote the screenplay, which tells the story of a farewell party for a martial arts coach that descends into horror. When a party game reveals the man is possessed, the guests must battle supernatural forces as they undertake a twisted ritual of reverse exorcism.

Gudrun Giddings and Christian Arnold-Beutel are teaming up to produce the film.

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Peter Cornwell to direct Minion

10 February 2014 12:35 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: The Haunting in Connecticut director signs on to martial arts horror film.

Peter Cornwell of The Haunting in Connecticut fame has signed on to direct the martial arts horror film Minion.

Gudrun Giddings and Christian Arnold-Beutel are teaming up to produce the story of a farewell party for a martial arts coach that descends into horror.

When a party game reveals the man is possessed, the guests must battle supernatural forces as they undertake a twisted ritual of reverse exorcism.

Eric Gable and Ben Bostik wrote the screenplay.

“What appeals to me about Minion is that it’s a really original genre-bending horror story with great characters, really dark twists and some off the hook action,” said Cornwell.

The director recently completed two episodes of Hemlock Grove for Netflix and is in post on Mercy for Blumhouse Productions.

“I have worked together with Peter, Eric and Christian on different projects,” said Giddings »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Exclusive Eric Gable's Batman Evolution Fan Film is Here!

7 February 2014 10:01 PM, PST | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

It's been nearly two years since writer, actor, producer and real-life ninja Eric Gable first teased the Cbm community with an exclusive first look at his labor-of-love fan film Batman Evolution, but the short film is finally completed. The short premiered Friday in Berlin, Germany, but Eric granted Cbm the North American exclusive first look at what is sure to be a fan film classic. Here's a few words from Eric: Batman Evolution was super fun to make! And although it Is a comedy, in the midst of all the silliness we get a chance to show off authentic ninjutsu techniques for the first time on film. This is the martial art Batman supposedly trained in, yet we’ve never seem him use it…before now. I traveled to Japan to study ninjutsu years ago, and I'm really surprised no one has brought it to film yet. Literally, all the »

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