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Your Trip to a Bloody Buffet Begins October 6th, 2015 with Eaters

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A new trailer has dropped for Eaters. Formerly titled Folklore, the film is set in 1974. In the past, five friends are on an epic road trip, until one in their group goes missing. They search for the missing party, but encounter a biker gang instead. Even a local ghost town only holds more and more killers. Eaters will debut on DVD on October 6th, 2015. And, the film stars Marcelle Bowman, Robert Dean and Tristan Parrish Moore. A preview for the film's release is hosted here. The trailer shows the film's major setting and the primary conflict. The environment is desert-like and the only town looks dilapidated. The friends search the rustic buildings, but masked men emerge. Now, more of the friends are sure to go missing. This film was developed by Ruthless Pictures. Completed in 2012, the film has struggled to find distribution. Now, Lionsgate Entertainment will release the film and »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Peer Behind the Walls in this Haunted Preview

30 July 2015 4:04 PM, PDT

Jon and James Kondelik are finishing production on Behind the Walls. This horror film looks through the eyes of a different sort of character, a malicious home. The first poster for the film has been released, along with several stills; fans of independent horror can find the graphics here. As well, the film stars: Vanessa Angel (“Weird Science”), Hutch Dano (Zombeavers), Reggie Lee (NBC’s “Grimm”), Lew Temple (AMC’s “The Walking Dead”) and Bailey Spry (It Follows). A preview of the film's terror is hosted here. From the logline, an evil abode is waiting for a new family to arrive. When they turn up, this haunted house will not let them leave, ever! Director Jon Kondelik has something to say about the haunted house sub-genre. Kondelik says: "we aim to put a new spin on a familiar genre." Behind the Walls will offer surprises. Kondelik goes on to say »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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The Bloody Jug Band Raises the Dead with this Video for "Beautiful Corpse"

29 July 2015 4:25 PM, PDT

The Bloody Jug Band has released a music video for their song "Beautiful Corpse." The video is heavily influenced by horror as a young mortician falls in love with a dead body; the results are disturbing. And, the clip stars LeeAnna Vamp ("Fiends Forever") and J. Larose (Saw III & IV). The entire video is available below, with the band's latest album, "Rope Burn," already released. The Bloody Jug Band hails from Orlando, Florida. Their musical influences include Jug music, from the '20s and '30s. They continue to use authentic instruments from this period. And, listeners can hear the Southern influences in their latest release. Fans of horror and of music can watch their latest below. Director: Steven Shea. Producers: Randy Molnar & Melissa Gruver. Camera Operator: Chris McDaniel. The music video, for "Beautiful Corpse," is here: A fan page for the film is available here: The Bloody Jug Band »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Cast Out the Devil and Dark Was the Night: A Film Review

29 July 2015 4:00 AM, PDT

*full disclosure: an online screener of this film was provided by Rlj Entertainment. Director: Jack Heller. Writer: Tyler Hisel. Cast: Steve Agee, Nick Damici, Kevin Durand and Heath Freeman. Dark Was the Night is the latest film from rookie director Jack Heller (Enter Nowhere). The film, from the promotional material, appears to be a creature feature. But, Dark Was the Night is centrally a family drama; the creatures lurk around the edges of the central setting, Maiden Woods. Though, they do make a late CGI appearance. Starring horror vet Nick Damici (Late Phases) and Kevin Durand, the film offers three mediocre themes: the male protection of femininity, the Devil as evil and a minor one involving hunting, or the creature(s) being a hunter. All of these themes could have been forgotten for a more important one, involving humanity's encroachment on nature. As it is, Dark Was the Night is a fairly standard horror outing. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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These Worry Dolls are Ready to Toy with Someone: First Trailer

28 July 2015 3:48 PM, PDT

Worry Dolls is an upcoming horror film. In the film, an ancient cult curses a rural city as authorities search for a serial killer. Worry Dolls stars: Brea Grant (Halloween II), Brandon Johnson, Ashlynn Ross and Samantha Smith. The film was shot in Mississippi. And, the first trailer for the film is available here. The trailer develops the story further. However, a serial killer escapes capture, but he has his eyes focused on a dirtied, emotionally scarred, young woman. Meanwhile, a worry doll is found by a child; she is changed by her interaction, with this strange voodoo-like figurine. A cult leaves strange symbols about and the killer returns, late in the clip. Worry Dolls is now on this film fans must-see list. Release Date: August 31st, 2015 (Film4Frightfest, Limited Theatrical, London). Director: Padraig Reynolds. Writers: Danny Kolker and Christopher Wiehl. Cast: Christopher Wiehl, Kym Jackson, Samantha Smith, Kennedy Brice and Tina Lifford. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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