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Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead Returns with More Blood and Bone

9 hours ago

What is worse than zombies? Cursed zombies! Tommy Wirkola's sequel to Dead Snow (2009) is more grand than the first film. This time, a whole platoon of the undead are set to attack a snowy town and a group of zombie hunters. As well, Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead will release in multiple territories, shortly. A release in the United Kingdom takes place this January and a UK trailer for the release is available here. The clip shows some of the more exciting action sequences. The character Martin (Vegar Hoel) returns to the sequel. This time his severed arm has been reattached, but it has a mind of its own. Meanwhile, a troupe of Nazi zombies is in search of missing loot. And, Martin possesses some of that gold. Rotting and living flesh will collide, in snowy climes. This title, which was shot in Iceland, has set its sights on a wide release. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Pa Thriller Last Broken Darkness Begins Shooting in South Africa

15 hours ago

A new post-apocalyptic thriller, titled Last Broken Darkness, will begin shooting in South Africa. The film involves a meteor shower, which reduces humanity to near extinction. But, several survivors find refuge underground. This title will star Sean Cameron Michael (Chappie, "Black Sails") and Suraya Santos. Christopher-Lee Dos Santos will direct. A preview for the film is hosted here. As well, a concept poster has been released for Last Broken Darkness. The graphic shows washed out colours as two characters run from danger. Meteorite streaks can be seen in the sky and the setting has been reduced to ashes. More on this film will be released, once shooting begins, shortly. Release Date: Tba. Director: Christopher-Lee Dos Santos. Cast: Suraya Santos and Sean Cameron Michael. *Last Broken Darkness will be co-produced by DS Films and The Karoo Film Company and distributed to international audiences. Source: The Karoo Film Company. Press Release. 27 November 2014. Subscribe. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Jessabelle Tells a Familiar Tale: A Movie Review

26 November 2014 4:00 AM, PST

*there are spoilers here. Director: Kevin Greutert. Writer: Robert Ben Garant. Cast: Sarah Snook, Joelle Carter, Mark Webber, David Andrews and Ana de la Reguera. Jessabelle is a supernatural thriller. This title was recently released through video-on-demand, by Blumhouse Production. Lacking in any true horror, the film offers a great setting, but a mundane tone. Thrills are relegated to a few fight scenes as the protagonist does her best to uncover a long buried family secret. Her digging uncovers several tropes, with the film moving towards a predictable conclusion. Jessabelle is a very watered down thriller, which will satisfy few. The story begins with tragedy. Jessabelle (Sarah Snook) is ready to start a family, with her boyfriend and new baby. A speeding semi, in a residential area, puts her dreams to rest, permanently. Jessabelle is forced to stay with her father, in a remote mansion. Here, she begins to see strange visions, »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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The Scarehouse Pulls Back the Curtain with this Clip Titled "Our Little Sisterhood"

24 November 2014 3:39 PM, PST

Gavin Michael Booth's The Scarehouse will have its Toronto Premiere in December. The film will play for two nights, on Dec. 1st and Dec. 2nd. Canadian fans of indie horror are invited to take a look, with the film receiving high praise here (The Scarehouse Review on 28Dla). Most recently, a movie clip has been released for the film. The clip is titled "Our Little Sisterhood" and the reel is hosted here. In the short sequence, two sorority sisters take revenge on another. They torture and humiliate a confined young woman. Will this encounter lead to murder? This film was shot in Windsor, Ontario. And, the film involves a night of partying, which leads to tragedy. Revenge is chosen by two of the survivors as seen below. Fans of horror are encouraged to seek this title out as it shows in Toronto and several more upcoming locations. Release Date: December 1st, »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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"Crossed" Fingers for More Excitement on"The Walking Dead:" A Television Review

23 November 2014 9:40 PM, PST

*there are spoilers here. Director: Bill Gierhart. Cast: Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan and Chandler Riggs. Yawn! Another episode of "The Walking Dead," titled "Crossed" aired tonight (Nov. 23rd). This time the series creators diversified the plot by focusing on four stories, in the zombie apocalypse. Beth (Emily Kinney) was at the hospital with Carol (Melissa McBride), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) was plotting to kill everyone in the hospital, Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) is truly showing his yellow streak and the others are just fishing. None of the plotlines were serviced well, in the short fourty minutes. Though, Rick and the other survivors did get closer to the hospital. Abraham was acting cartoonishly anti-hero. And, this episode was another forgettable entry in the zombie apocalypse. There were four stories here, but only one matters. Rick decides to rescue Beth and Carol, through bloodsplatter and murder. Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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