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September 26th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include The Devil’S Candy, 47 Meters Down, It Stains The Sands Red

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As we inch our way closer to the holiest of months, October, this final Tuesday of September boasts an eclectic array of genre-related home entertainment releases, including several great movies I fell in love with earlier this year: The Devil’s Candy, It Stains the Sands Red, and 47 Meters Down. For you cult cinema fans out there, it’s going to be a busy week for your wallet, as we have an array of horror and sci-fi titles heading home, including the SteelBook edition of Bride of Re-Animator, the director’s cut of Cannibal Ferox, Lucio Fulci’s The Devil’s Honey, as well as Orgy of the Dead and Psychos in Love from Vinegar Syndrome.

Other notable releases for Tuesday, September 26th include After Midnight, It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (in 4K), A Quiet Place in the Country, The Stake Land Collection, John Carpenter’s Escape from L.A. on Blu-ray,
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May 2017 VOD Releases Include Get Out, Hounds Of Love, A Cure For Wellness

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May 2017 is going to give genre fans plenty of reasons to stay home this month, as we have a lot of cool titles to look forward to. The month kicks off with Even Lambs Have Teeth on May 2nd, and just a few days later, Take Me (the latest from Pat Healy) and the horror comedy Another Evil make their digital debuts. Jordan Peele’s Get Out makes its digital bow on May 9th before hitting VOD platforms just a few weeks later, and the Australian thriller Hounds of Love gets released on May 12th. And, for those of you who might have missed it in theaters, A Cure for Wellness arrives on Digital HD at the end of the month, too.

Other notable VOD releases for May 2017 include The Black Room, The Survivalist, Breakdown Lane, and 96 Souls.

American Exorcism (Uncork’d Entertainment) – May 2nd

After narrowly surviving a harrowing possession,
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Horror Highlights: Buffy The Vampire Slayer, The Drawing, Gehenna: Where Death Lives, Woom Excerpt, Ithaca Fantastik Fest, The Master Cleanse

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"I may be dead, but I'm still pretty." Whether you want to watch Buffy Summers and company battle supernatural beings for the first time or re-live all your favorite moments from the show, reruns of Buffy the Vampire Slayer are playing now on Pop TV. Also: The Drawing short film starring Clarke Wolfe in its entirety, a trailer / acquisition news for Gehenna: Where Death Lives, an excerpt from Duncan Ralston's Woom, the lineup for Ithaca Fantastik Film Festival, and The Master Cleanse at Screamfest.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer on Pop TV: Reruns of Buffy the Vampire Slayer are now playing on Pop TV.

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Watch Short Film The Drawing in its Entirety: Press Release: "Los Angeles, CA: The Drawing is coming! The Drawing is here! The Drawing is a modern monster horror short infused with 80s synth overtones.
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Rolfe Kanefsky Begins Shooting The Black Room; Check Out Teaser Poster

It was way back in 1991 when Rolfe Kanefsky made his directorial debut with There’s Nothing Out There, a horror-comedy that was meta Way before meta was cool. Kanefsky has continued making films all these years, and he just began… Continue Reading →

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Trailers from Hell: Joe Dante on Unjustly Unheralded Horror Film 'The Black Room,' Starring Boris Karloff

Trailers from Hell: Joe Dante on Unjustly Unheralded Horror Film 'The Black Room,' Starring Boris Karloff
Shock Theater with Joe Dante concludes at Trailers from Hell, with director and Tfh creator Dante introducing 1935's "The Black Room," starring Boris Karloff.A Karloff tour-de-force casts him as twin brothers under the thrall of a grim family curse. One of the most unjustly unheralded Golden Age horror films, it's seldom seen today but deserves a lot more recognition than it's gotten since it disappeared from the tv airwaves in the mid -70s. This cut-down reissue trailer hardly does it justice.
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2011 Halloween TV: Movie marathons, episodes and specials

There are roughly a gazillion scary movie marathons happening on TV for Halloween 2011. Zap2it's got you covered for all your spooky programming. Be sure to check your local listings for times and channel.

All times Eastern.

Friday, Oct. 28

ABC Family: 13 Nights of Halloween, 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., "The Addams Family," "Addams Family Values."

AMC: Halloween movie marathon, 9 a.m. to midnight ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "House of Wax," "Scream 3," "From Dusk Till Dawn," "Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane," "Survival of the Dead," "The Walking Dead"

Bio: Scary movie documentaries, 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. the next day ("The Inside Story: The Silence of the Lambs," "The Inside Story: Halloween")

CBS: "CSI: NY" Halloween episode, 9 p.m.

Chiller: Halloween programming, 6 a.m. to midnight ("Twilight Zone" episodes, "The Daisy Chain," "Fingerprints," "Stevie," "Devil's Mercy," "Children of the Corn"), "Chiller 13" (The Decade's Scariest Movie Moments,
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Clip joint: identical twins

On this week's clip joint, Spoom does a double take on the best film clips featuring identical twins

Identical twins or "multiples" as I believe they're more correctly termed, in a slightly unsettling, Minority Report sort of way, hold – for me, at least – a unique fascination. Can you imagine having someone who looks exactly like you hanging around all the time?

Actors probably wouldn't mind though. Any actor who loves themselves – and, if we're being honest, that's probably the majority – would give their right arm to play identical twins. What better way is there to show your range, your sheer, awards-worth versatility, than appearing as two different people in the same movie? Plus: double screen time! You do the maths.

No wonder they've proved popular fodder for the cinema, then – as Matt Lucas's Tweedledum and Tweedledee double-act in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland reminds us. So in honour
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7 Deadly Sinns: Twins of Evil

Oh, diabolical duplicity! There are abominations out there in the world; twisted hive minds dually cast in humanizing flesh and blood. Society would have us believe them harmless, perhaps even friendly. Science might even agree. Film, however, has shown us the facts of the case. These dastardly duos, these insidious inseparables, these twins, as they are colloquially called, they are out there in the world, waiting, scheming, and conniving your imminent and bloody destruction!

Evil twins want to destroy the world!

You may know a pair of twins or two. I have. They might seem like wonderful and relatively normal people. But the fact remains there is filmic evidence that they are all, in fact, very, very bad people who are prone to insanity, vampirism, possession, and Satan worship. I will now bring you seven examples that should persuade even the mothers of these beings; seven horrific films featuring, or
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