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Super-8 Airplane Movie Madness January 8th at The Way Out Club in St. Louis

“Flying a plane is no different than riding a bicycle, just a lot harder to put baseball cards in the spokes”

Do you like movies about gladiators? Well, you’re out of luck but you won’t have to speak jive to enjoy Super-8 Airplane Movie Madness January 8th at The Way Out Club. For this month’s monthly festival of Super-8 Sound films condensed from features (they average 15 minutes in length), we’re showing all four movies from the beloved Airport series from the 1970′s. Those are Airport (1970), Airport ’75, Airport ’77, and Airport ’79 The Concorde. Then we’ll be topping off those airborne disasters with the 1980 spoof Airplane!……. and don’t call me Shirley!

“There’s no reason to become alarmed, and we hope you’ll enjoy the rest of your flight. By the way, is there anyone on board who knows how to fly a plane”

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“Chillerama” Blu-ray + Directors Interview

“Chillerama” Blu-ray + Directors Interview
The utimate midnight movie Chillerama hits store shelves today on Blu-ray and DVD. From Image Entertainment, Chillerama is a horror anthology featuring four unique films from four talented up-and-coming directors. Each film takes a different classic monster movie era and spins it on its head — including a ’50s Atomic Monster movie about a giant killer sperm (Wadzilla), a ’60s beach movie about a hairy monster in leather bondage (I Was A Teenage Wearbear), a ’30s German monster movie starring Hitler and Eva Braun (The Diary Of Anne Frankenstein) and a gruesome ’70s-’80s zombie flick (Zom-b-movie).

The Blu-ray is unrated and will include special features such as Deleted Scenes, Making-Of Videos, Director Interviews and Video Commentary from the four directors, Adam Green, Adam Rifkin, Joe Lynch and Tim Sullivan. StarPulse sat down with the filmmakers and talked to them about the movie.

Check out several highlights from the interview below:
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Indie Horror Month - 25 Milestones in Independent Horror Filmmaking: Part 1

For many fans, independent horror filmmaking seems like a relatively new concept. So you may be surprised to find out the maverick spirit that fuels our beloved genre has been burning for almost 100 years now, since the 1912 version of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde was produced by the independently-run production house Thanhouser Company.

Since then, we’ve enjoyed countless films that bucked the studio system tradition and gave us bold, refreshing explorations of some of our greatest fears and introduced us to some pioneers in the entertainment industry. In honor of these achievements, we here at Dread Central are taking the entire month of March to celebrate all things indie horror.

To kick things off, over the next five days we’d like to take you on a historical journey through the last 100 years of indie horror by taking a look at 25 milestones that helped define the horror genre and, in many cases,
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