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Fear, Inc. Capitalizes on the Shock Factor: First Trailer

23 September 2016 1:46 PM, PDT

A new horror film is set for the Halloween season. Vincent Masciale's Fear, Inc. will debut late in October. The film involves a horror junkie and a company that delivers the greatest scares. Written by Luke Barnett, the first trailer for Fear, Inc. is now available. The clip shows a group of friends harried by mostly unseen characters. More details on Fear, Inc. are hosted here. The film had its World Premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. Since then, it has received mostly positive reviews. One reviewer, at True Horror, notes the film's bloodspray: "when the movie takes it's dark turn, it just works the violence is brutal and they don't shy away from the blood and gore." The film is not horror-lite. Howard Gorman, of Dread Central, mentions the multiple layers, in the writing: "Fear, Inc.’s cast and crew are masters in the art of deception, making »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Code Z Moves into Production and Short Film "Code Z: Hours Later" is Hosted Here

23 September 2016 9:59 AM, PDT

Short Film Friday is coming back to 28Dla. The latest short to show here is "Code Z: Hours Later." This short feature is a proof of concept for an upcoming feature, titled Code Z, or Code Z: Day One. Both the short film and the feature have been developed by director Taj Jackson. As well, the feature film is being co-produced by Big Screen Entertainment. The feature film is at the script stage, or pre-production level. And, the feature film will likely star Brazilian triplets: Thayana Sco Jackson, Thaina Sco and Thaisa Sco. More on the Code Z universe is discussed here. Jackson's story takes place at the Canyon Field Academy boarding school. Here, a viral outbreak has taken place and it is spreading throughout the student body. Now, the survivors must band together or turn on each other, if they want to continue living and studying. The short film below, »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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This Trailer for Don't Kill It Needs More Holy Water

22 September 2016 10:20 AM, PDT

A new trailer has come out for Don't Kill It. Starring Dolph Lundgren and Kristina Klebe, the trailer shows a demon hunter and a town assailed by evil. This film is slated for a September showing, at Fantastic Fest. As well, Archstone Distribution is handling sales as the film moves ahead with a wider release. Fans of the supernatural can find more on Don't Kill It right here. From the synopsis, an ancient evil has been released on a small Alaskan town. It hops from body to body, inciting murder at every stop. A demon hunter hopes to intervene. But, Jebediah Woodley (Lundgren) may have bitten off more than he can chew, in this supernatural thriller. The official trailer, for the film, shows lots of gruesome violence. One family is targeted by the demon and shot to death. Another family is attacked with a butcher knife. This twisted tale is for gorehounds, »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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The Hills Run Red with Slovenia's First Horror Film - Killbillies!

21 September 2016 11:32 AM, PDT

Tagline: "The Hills are Alive with the Sound of Slaughter." A new horror film is coming your way, via Artsploitation Films. This title was originally named Idyll, in Slovenia. It has been renamed, for North American audiences, to Killbillies. This is Slovenia's first horror film. In the vein of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) and The Hills Have Eyes (1977), this title pits several models and a photographer against a wild pack of psychopaths. This multi-award winning title is slated for an October release. And, a preview of Killbillies' launch is hosted here. For more on the story, a group of fashionistas move to out to the Slovene countryside, for a photo shoot. But, the hills are infested with a group of deformed psychopaths. The two groups clash along the roadway, leading to a growing bloodbath. Now, abducted and chained in a basement, this group has no choice but to face their murderous fate, »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Terror Films Set to Bring Many Horrifying Tales to Film Fans: A Preview

20 September 2016 3:22 PM, PDT

Terror Films has released five new clips for several of their upcoming films. Their latest releases include: The Dark Stranger, Goddess of Love, House of Purgatory, The House on Pine Street and Patient Seven. All of these films will be released during the Halloween season. They will also be available through many Video-on-demand formats. The Dark Stranger, starring Stephen McHattie, is one to look out for. The film involves one young woman's agoraphobia and her creative struggles. A new clip, titled "Drawing Blood," is hosted here. Terror Films is a film production and distribution company, located in Los Angeles. They have had success with two of their recent releases, Trace (2015) and The Chosen (2015). Both of these titles were released on digital platforms and at thousands of Redbox locations. Terror Films continues to bring the best in the horror genre to audiences. And, fans can find out more on their upcoming releases below. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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