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A Beast or Two will Show at Frightfest 2014 with Adam Green's Digging Up the Marrow

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Tagline: "Just because you haven't seen them, doesn't mean they aren't there." Adam Green of Hatchet (2006) fame is set to release his upcoming horror feature, Digging Up the Marrow, at London's Frightfest. The film deals with monsters, who live hidden in a nearby universe. This title will show at this film festival August 23rd. As well, the film stars Green himself, along with Ray Wise, Will Barratt and Rileah Vanderbilt. The official Frightfest poster for the film is hosted here. Part fantasy and part drama, the film is shot as a documentary. A mysterious man contacts a documentary crew, with proof of monsters. This duo seeks out a hidden entrance, which leads to a new world. And, something malicious lives just past the threshold. The official poster reveals one of the film's monsters. The creature effects are previewed here as the creature looms behind broken teeth and a grizzled face. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Richard Chandler's Gilgamesh Hosts a World in Chaos: Official Trailer

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The Boston Film Family and director Richard Chandler have released the official trailer for sci-fi horror feature Gilgamesh. This film is set in Siberia and the film involves competing powers. Gilgamesh stars Melantha Blackthorne (Fable: Teeth of Beasts), Joseph R. Gannascoli (“The Sopranos”) and Joshua Davis. Fans of indie horror can view the trailer below. The synopsis begins with the goddess Inanna (Emily Coleman). She is determined to destroy mankind. By summing a meteor shower, she has put Earth on a collision course with destruction. But, another power is rising from the depths. Gilgamesh will thwart Inanna's power, or mankind is doomed. The film's official trailer shows more of the film. This special effects laden clip shows some of the costumes and settings in the film. As well, Gilgamesh is shown midway through the reel. More details on the film are available below. Release Date: Q4 2015. Director/writer: Richard Chandler. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Devil's Deal Offers a Deadly Trip Through an Old Western Town: First Trailer

20 August 2014 1:07 PM, PDT

Tagline: "What's your soul worth?" Lionsgate Entertainment will release Justin Mosley and Allen Reed's Devil's Deal. Formerly titled The Merchant, this blend of western and horror will be available just before Halloween, October 14th. Shot in Texas, the film deals with a few Christian or Catholic themes, including: the devil, lost souls and a trip to hell. And now, a trailer for The Devil's Deal is revealed here. The trailer for the film shows several short scenes. A western town is shown at night. Later, a stagecoach is robbed and several darkly robed and masked characters are interspersed through several other scenes. Another person is kidnapped and another masked character is introduced. Film fans will have to take a close look at this trailer for Devil`s Deal to learn more. Though, the film's story promises the devil unleashed on a once quiet town. The DVD release for Devil »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Devil's Mile is a Winding Road to Nowhere? A Movie Review

19 August 2014 3:27 PM, PDT

*full disclosure: a DVD screener of this film was provided by Phase 4 Films. Director/writer: Joseph O'Brien. Cast: David Hayter, Maria del Mar, Casey Hudecki and Frank Moore. Devil's Mile is the first feature film from writer Joseph O'Brien (Fresh Meat) as director. Both, Devil's Mile and Fresh Meat (2012) blend genres, with this one going for more mystery and horror, over comedy. Devil's Mile is the second film this reviewer has seen, recently, which deals with a circular curse. Characters go in circles, with no obvious way out of a complex trap. Still, one character manages to square off with Satan, late in the picture. Earlier, O'Brien brings some Japanese horror influences to the film as seen in the antagonist's awkward movements and sounds. Pacing issues slow down the middle portions of the film, while lighting effects amplify the horror elements. Devil's Mile is a slow-burning indie production that offers a mostly entertaining time. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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The Creepy Doll Sets it Deadly Sights on Video-on-demand

18 August 2014 5:43 PM, PDT

Big Biting Pig Productions is based in Madisonville, Kentucky. Here, co-creators: P.J. Woodside and Steve Hudgins create films, which are character focused and story driven. Their latest film to find release is titled The Creepy Doll. Completed in 2011, this film has been shown in several film festivals and a release through Video-on-demand has just been announced. This title is now available on several VOD platforms, including Amazon Prime, Youtube and Google Play. A preview for the release is available here. The story begins with a happily married couple. Kate (Kristine Renee Farley) becomes pregnant and Jason (Justin Veazey) moves the couple back to a small Kentucky town, to start a family. But, Kate has her secrets and a strange doll collection. This collection hosts one sinister doll, in particular. And when Kate becomes jealous of Jasons' motivations and new female friend, this creepy doll comes to life and begins an unstoppable murder spree. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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