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“We all have to make our own dreams come true anyway.”
In 2 days the world will go mad in unison for the latest Pokémon games, Pokémon X & Y.The English language dub of the latest film is also set to premiere one week after that. Over the next 2 weeks join Thn as we take a look back over the entire series of Pokémon films.
Director: Kunihiko Yuyama
Plot: Ash, Brock, Max and May are on the lookout for a comet that only appears once every 1000 years. After Max hears voices coming from a meteorite owned by a magician, they soon realise that inside is the Pokémon Jirachi, who has the abilities to grant wishes. However, Jirachi is also capable of resurrecting one of the biggest and most dangerous Pokémon that has ever existed. »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes release details and clips from Abandoned Mine, information on Judgment and Unit 44, a video from Joe Dante discussing his film Dark, a teaser trailer from All Hallows’ Eve, and much more:
Abandoned Mine Trailer and Clips: ”In Abandoned Mine, five small-town school friends celebrate Halloween with an overnight adventure into the legendary “haunted” Jarvis Mine. Local legend tells of the angry spirits that have occupied the mine since a family was murdered for still mysterious reasons exactly 100 years ago. But that doesn’t stop these young adrenaline junkies from exploring the unknown – and bringing mini-cameras to capture their every move.
Yet once deep into the mine their best-laid Halloween plans go awry, leaving the adventurers trapped without escape. Are their misfortunes purely accidental or is the legend true and »
- Tamika Jones
Filmmaker Justin Beahm sent us an e-mail to alert fans that he's stepping into the director's chair for the first time for a project called Blood Flower, and we have to say his casting is off to a fine start. Read on for details and artwork.
In the movie Andrew Divoff (Wishmaster, Air Force One, "Lost") will be playing the role of ultra successful horror novelist “Charles King,” who tops his big bad Lilly’s list of intended victims. Divoff has recently been seen in The CW’s "Nikita" and just wrapped a co-starring role in Bad Asses 2 opposite Danny Trejo.
His last foray into the world of genre cinema was as narrator of Beahm’s documentary You Cant Kill the Boogeyman, which ran along with the October 2012 nationwide theatrical re-release of John Carpenter’s Halloween.
Lilly was a model student her first four years of college, but when »
- Uncle Creepy
There’s a certain kind of magic within going to horror conventions. What better way to celebrate your love for the genre and the people who work in that genre, than to make the trek to whatever event hits town and to meet those people? I grew up going to Fangoria’s Weekend of Horrors, and when that unfortunately went away, horror fans were lucky enough to get Monsterpalooza, a convention that happily carries the torch that Woh left behind. While that’s awesome on its own, California residents are now getting another addition to the horror convention family, in the form of Days Of The Dead.
Already established in Chicago, Atlanta and Indianapolis, the Days of the Dead convention is bringing its epic as hell lineups to California, and judging even from the initial release of who they’re bringing, it looks like this con will rival even the heydays of Weekend of Horrors. »
4 items from 2013
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