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Two New Trailers for The Dead 2: India Show a World Enveloped by the Undead

31 July 2014 9:07 AM, PDT

It has been a couple years since the Ford brothers released their zombie feature The Dead. This film was set on an arid African plain, in a zombie apocalypse. Now, Howard and Jonathan Ford are set to take the undead action to India, with The Dead 2: India. This sequel involves an American turbine engineer in search of his pregnant girlfriend. A billion zombies stand in his way. Anchor Bay Entertainment will release The Dead 2: India on DVD and Blu-ray September 16th, 2014. Two trailers have recently been unveiled to coincide with the release; both trailers can be found here. The Green Band trailer shows Nicholas (Joseph Millson) on a journey through the undead. With a car or glider, Nicholas is determined to reunite with Ishani (Meenu Mishra), who is trapped in a Mumbai slum. In the second clip, the story develops in a similar fashion. But, the Red Band »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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The Possession Experiment Brings Demons to the Screen with this First Trailer

30 July 2014 10:41 AM, PDT

Production house Digitial Thunderdome released a trailer for the horror feature The Possession Experiment last month. The release was missed by this film fan, but readers can find the exciting clip below. The Possession Experiment begins with a college project in theology, that delves into some of the most demonic settings ever know. This title stars Bill Moseley, Greg Travis and Rachel Faulkner. The trailer for The Possession Experiment shows all sorts of horrifying imagery. One young woman is inhabited by an ancient spirit, while a priest confronts this devil. The film is shot in a found footage style and fans of horror can preview this ghostly title below. Release Date: Tba. Director: Scott B. Hansen. Writers: Mary Dixon and Scott B. Hansen. Cast: Bill Moseley, Greg Travis, Rachel Faulkner and Olivia Anjenette. The official trailer for the film is here: A fan page for the film is here: The Possession Experiment »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Is Rampage Uwe Boll’s First Good Movie?

30 July 2014 9:10 AM, PDT

Poor old Uwe Boll. He gets a hard time of it from critics and film fanatic keyboard warriors alike. Often lambasted in film press and blogs for his unique approach to films, it’s fair to say that a few of his previous works have been completely panned. However his 2009 release, Rampage, hasn’t been quite so hated by critics. In fact, some are questioning whether or not this could be his first truly good movie, and one to be critically acclaimed. There have been a few whisperings in the right circles that Rampage is actually a really good movie. The movie itself stars Brendan Fletcher as Bill Williamson, a guy so utterly bored with his everyday life that one day he decides to make a suit out of Kevlar. So far so slightly odd. But then Williamson starts stocking up on large quantities of weapons, which he uses to go on a shooting spree, »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Revelation Trail Dusts Itself Off for a Release on DVD August 26th 2014

30 July 2014 4:00 AM, PDT

It has been near four years since any word on John Gibson's Revelation Trail has come this way. This title has finally found distribution through Entertainment One and the release will include both Canada and the USA. This title blends the western genre with horror characters as the undead threaten to take over a small, rustic town. Release details for the film are hosted below. Revelation Trail is set in the 19th Century. In this time period, a preacher is set to face an unspeakable evil, with help from the town's marshal. But, the town is soon overrun by demons and the roaming dead. In 2010, a trailer for this feature was released. Since then, the DVD artwork has been completed. The graphic states "The dead rise. The West falls." It looks like the zombies are winning in this film poster. Fans of zombie horror features will be pleased to »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Dual Visions Unveils a Beautiful and Bloody Image: Official Artwork

29 July 2014 2:36 PM, PDT

Producers Jon and James Kondelik, along with director Jose Prendes (The Haunting of Whaley House), have unveiled the official artwork for The Divine Tragedies. The graphic shows one bloodied characters, framed by rose petals. The Divine Tragedies is a crime thriller, which deals with the 1924 Leopold and Loeb murder case, of Chicago; the film has been rewritten for a modern audience. As well, the cast includes horror veterans, including: Ken Foree (Candyman), Lynn Lowry (Cat People), Sean Whalen (People Under the Stairs) and Barbara Crampton. Fans can find more on the film here. To develop the story further, Charles and Thomas are two very intelligent brothers. They decide to test their wits and to try murder, a perfect murder. They target a young single-mom, but events do not go according to plan. An astute detective is hot on their trail and this perfect murder is unravelling quickly before the brother's eyes. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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