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Two Beauties to be Bloodied in Osgood Perkins' February

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A few casting details are being announced for the horror thriller February. Actress Emma Roberts of "American Horror Story," will star, along with Kiernan Shipka (Carriers). This film will be produced by Unbroken Pictures and Paris Film, Inc. In the film, two women are left alone at an all-girls prep school and an invisible force is looking for a body to possess. February will be developed by Osgood Perkins, the son of Anthony Perkins (Psycho). February will find itself at the Toronto International Film Festival this year. Highland Film Group will act as the sales agent. And, the film will begin shooting shortly. Actress Kiernan Shipka.Release Date: Tba. Director/writer: Osgood Perkins. Cast: Emma Roberts and Kiernan Shipka *more casting details will be announce soon. Source: Press Release. Highland Film Group. 28 Aug. 2014. Subscribe to 28 Days Later: An Analysis Email Subscription

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Don't Go Down Lemon Tree Passage: Official Trailer

27 August 2014 2:25 PM, PDT

The Australian shot horror title Lemon Tree Passage has an exciting trailer. The clip shows several new friends and a ghostly light. Released in the land of Oz through Odin's Eye Entertainment, Lemon Tree Passage has not found North American distribution, as of yet. The film stars Nicholas Gunn (The Devil's Whispers), Jessica Tovey, and Pippa Black. Bright lights await below. The film's story is based on an old legend. The myth of Lemon Tree Passage is founded on one man's fatal motorcycle accident. Now, it is believed that his ghost haunts the hills around Lemon Tree. Four friends are determined to see if this urban legend is true. The trailer for the film offers a few scares. The four friends might have had more fun at the beach. Only terror awaits them at Lemon Tree Passage! Release Date: Tba. Director: David Campbell. Writers: Erica Brien and David Campbell. Cast: Jessica Tovey, »

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A Killer Camera Takes Your Picture in this Preview for SyFy's Dead Still

27 August 2014 4:00 AM, PDT

The SyFy Network will debut a dark tale this October. The film is titled Dead Still. And, the film deals with a camera, which is possessed by the supernatural. The film stars Ben Browder ("Farscape"), Ray Wise (Jeepers Creepers), Gavin Casalegno (When the Game Stands Tall), and Elle Lamont ("From Dusk Till Dawn"). Several stills from the film are hosted here. For more on the story, after the death of Brandon's (Browder) great grandfather, he inherits an antique camera. The camera holds a power, to kill those it photographs. Bizarre accidents take place, after Brandon tempts fate. Now, he finds himself alone as most of his friends are wound up within the cursed camera's film. Two stills from Dead Still show the costumes and characters from the title. The costumes look well done, by costumer Sandra Algood; black is the colour of the day. As well, viewers will notice the »

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A Tale of Fatherly Love and the Undead with Lionsgate's Maggie

26 August 2014 3:19 PM, PDT

Lionsgate Entertainment has acquired distribution rights for the zombie thriller Maggie. This film was expected to premiere at the Toronto Int. Film Festival. However, this premiere date will be delayed. Instead, Maggie will be released later in 2015. This film, which is officially complete, involves a zombie virus, which infects a young woman; her father is powerless to save her. Fans will recognize several of the cast from the film, including Arnold Schwarzenegger (The Terminator), Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine), Joely Richardson (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) and Laura Cayouette. A few more details on the film are below. Maggie is an emotional tale of family ties. A worldwide virus is reducing the populace to man-eating flesheaters. Also, a father's love is tested when his daughter becomes ill and Wade (Schwarzenegger) must decide if he can watch Maggie (Breslin) devolve into something less than human. A trailer is expected soon »

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You Can Take a Trip Deep Below Ground in this Film Poster for The Pyramid

26 August 2014 9:00 AM, PDT

Tagline: "You only enter once." Producer Grégory Levasseur will make his directorial debut in The Pyramid. Levasseur has worked on several other horror titles, including: High Tension (2005), The Hills Have Eyes (2006), and P2 (2007). His first film will bring mummy's from the depths as a group of archeologists become trapped deep below ground. This film stars Ashley Hinshaw (Chronicle), Denis O’Hare, James Buckley and Daniel Amerman. A movie poster for the film is here. Horror fans can see one of the villains in the graphic here. The creature's face looks wasted and the skin is dry and flaky. Truly horrifying, The Pyramid promises to be one of the darker horror features to come out later this year. All available details on the film are below. Release Date: December 5th, 2014. Director: Grégory Levasseur. Writers: Daniel Meersand and Nick Simon. Cast: Ashley Hinshaw, Denis O’Hare, James Buckley and Daniel Amerman. *Twentieth Century Fox »

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Cherry Tree Debuts Cursed Fruit in this Film Poster

26 August 2014 4:00 AM, PDT

Cherry Tree is another film coming this way via Ireland. Irish director David Keating is helming this feature, along with writer Brendan McCarthy. The film begins with a struggling family and a witches' coven. The film stars Anna Walton (Mutant Chronicles), Sam Hazeldine (The Monuments Men), Naomi Battrick and Patrick Gibson. The film's first poster is here. At the heart of the film grows a cherry tree. This cherry tree can help Faith's (Battrick) father, who is slowly dying. The tree's powers promise rebirth, but Faith must make a sacrifice, first. The film's poster shows a witch's gnarled hand and fruit from the tree. Reminiscent of an ancient biblical tale, evil tempts a young woman to eat from a forbidden tree. From the creators of Wake Wood, Cherry Tree will be released later this year! Release Date: 2014. Director: David Keating. Writer: Brendan McCarthy. Cast: Anna Walton, Sam Hazeldine, Naomi Battrick and Patrick Gibson. »

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"The Dead Hour" Delivers Another Horrifying Episode with "Android Bride"

25 August 2014 5:20 PM, PDT

Tagline: "A horrorific love story." The online webseries "The Dead Hour" has released the second episode for season three. The latest episode is titled "Android Bride." Developed by Daniel B. Iske and Scott Coleman, the episode involves an engineer who designs the perfect woman - one made of nuts and bolts. The short film stars: Konrad Case, Illa Ridder, and Tara Hinson. Fans of horror or of short films can see the entire episode below. For more on the story, the engineer has programmed his doll to protect his home. And when a friend comes calling, this robot takes things a little too far. "The Dead Hour" continues to cover lots of topics in horror. Their previous Seas. 3 entry, "The Hunted" involved corporate headhunting and new recruits. Their latest continues to bring the chills. More on Seas. 3 of "The Dead Hour" can be found below. Release Date: August 25th, 2014 (Online). Director: Daniel B. Iske. »

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