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You Should Watch this Film with the Lights Out in October!

26 August 2016 1:21 PM, PDT

The horror feature Lights Out is still playing in a few theatres. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has already announced a home entertainment launch, for this feature. Just in time for Halloween, Lights Out will be available through Video-on-demand and on Blu-ray in October. Based on a short film, this feature involves terrifying shapes and shadows that emerge from the dark. An entire family cannot shake these strange visions. A preview of the film's home entertainment launch is hosted here. From the synopsis, Rebecca has seen strange things, since her childhood. Now, as an adult, Rebecca's (Teresa Palmer) brother is seeing the same haunting shapes. Both characters are uncovering a mysterious attachment to their mother. And, Rebecca and Martin (Gabriel Bateman) must discover more of their very similar pasts. The home entertainment release will host very few extra features. Bonus features include: deleted scenes. The release has been released as 14A and available in. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Daylight's End Rolls Out to Twenty Us Theatres this August

25 August 2016 10:56 AM, PDT

Daylight's End is set to show in twenty American theatres. Partially shot in Dallas, Texas, the film involves a virulent plague. One man, in search of revenge, teams up with a group of fighters, in an old jailhouse. Starring Johnny Strong, Lance Henriksen, Krzysztof Soszynski, Louis Mandylor and Gary Cairns, this action thriller is set for an August 26th theatrical launch. A preview of the film's wide release is hosted here. The film will also be available through Video-on-demand, on this date. The film is slated to debut on at least thirty VOD platforms, including: iTunes, Comcast, Time Warner and many others. Daylight's End will be on almost all major VOD film streaming services. Fans of post-apocalyptic thrillers are encouraged to see the film. A review of this title is available here: A Daylight's End Review. Daylight's End is a satisfying action thriller, set in chaotic environment. And, From Fayetteville to Washington, »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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"Fight of the Living Dead" Wants Your Blood Money: A Review of Episodes #2 ("Help is Found") and #3 ("Safe No More")

24 August 2016 1:00 PM, PDT

*an online screener of this film was provided by Epk TV and their associates. Directors: Kevin Abrams, Chris Hall, Tony E. Valenzuela. Writers: Chris Hall, Tony E. Valenzuela. Cast: Brandon Bowen, Yousef Erakat, Rahat Hossain, Shanna Malcolm, Raya Moab, Dennis Roady and more. This zombie film fan had an opportunity to watch Episode #2 ("Help is Found") and Episode #3 ("Safe No More") of "Fight of the Living Dead." A review of these episodes is available here. This series was developed by a host of production houses, including: Alpine Labs, Ketchum Labs and Revolver Picture Company. The series is being shown exclusively on the BlackBox TV Youtube Channel. And, this is a reality show set in a fictional zombie scenario, or apocalypse. Each show puts several Youtube stars through a series of challenges, while the undead claw at them, from every corner. Episode #2 and #3 are only twenty minutes each, which might make »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Rings Gives You Seven Days to Live in this Trailer

24 August 2016 10:59 AM, PDT

The Ring released in 2002, followed by The Ring 2 in 2005. It has been ten years since a sequel has been released for this series. Now, director F. Javier Gutierrez and Paramount Pictures have debuted a trailer for Rings. Scheduled for an October launch, Rings brings back a curse. Anyone who watches a devilish tape - will die in seven days. The first trailer for the film is here. The synopsis begins and ends with Julia (Matilda Anna Ingrid Lutz). She investigates a dark underworld, after her boyfriend watches a mysterious tape. She sacrifices herself to save him. But, this latest tape is something more: a "movie within a movie." The first trailer for Rings is a good one. It shows Samara (Bonnie Morgan) emerging from a flatscreen. Meanwhile, Julia is struggling with the curse as a coil of hair emerges from her mouth. There are all sorts of dark nasties in this preview clip. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Terror Films Lifts the Curtains for The House on Pine Street in September

23 August 2016 2:49 PM, PDT

Terror Films has announced a release date for the supernatural thriller The House on Pine Street. To release through Video-on-demand in September, the film involves a darkened home and terrifying visions. Jennifer (Emily Goss) believes it is haunted. But, her own stresses might be altering her senses. The film, from writers Aaron and Austin Keeling, stars: Emily Goss, Taylor Bottles and Cathy Barnett. A movie clip, for this title, is available here. The "It’s Just a House Jennifer" shows the protagonist and a medium. They are discussing the home and its history. Does something lay hidden behind these walls? Fans can find out in a few weeks. The House on Pine Street will be available via multiple VOD platforms. This horror feature will be available on at least six online platforms, including: iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play, Vudu, Xbox and Playstation. Pre-orders are available now. And, all of the release details, »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Villisca Adds to the Kill Count with these Early Stills

22 August 2016 2:06 PM, PDT

There are a few details available for the horror feature Villisca. Based on the Moore murders, several teenagers break into an early 20th Century crime scene. Here, they hope to solve a tragedy, that occurred over a hundred years ago. The film, from director Tony E. Valenzuela, recently had a showing at the Los Angeles Film Festival. While a North American release has not been released, there are a couple of stills from the film, available here. The Moore murders involved a random attack. In 1912, eight people were killed by trespassers. The killers hid in the attic, until everyone returned home from church. The results of the attack were truly horrifying. Now, three outcasts will break into this farmhouse and search for clues, to the family's death. But, something unimaginable lays beneath the floorboards. At least four stills have been released for the film. Two can be found here. One »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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