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Bloodline: Season Three Renewal for Netflix Series

Blood shot eyes, broken hearts, still can't lose. TV Line reports Netflix has renewed the Bloodline TV show for a third season. Back in June, we reported that whether Bloodline was cancelled or renewed for season three, would probably be a financial matter.Season three will consist of 10-episode to premiere in 2017. Returning series regulars include: Kyle Chandler, Sissy Spacek, Ben Mendelsohn, Linda Cardellini, and Norbert Leo Butz.Read More…
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Round-Up: Hellboy In Hell Vol. 2, The Zyne Project Excerpt, Dark Little Dreams Anthology

Hellboy in Hell Volume 2 contains the final five issues of the comic series by Mike Mignola and will hit shelves on June 1st. Also in this round-up: an excerpt from Sara Brooke’s new zombie novel, The Zyne Project, and release details on Dark Little Dreams: An Anthology of Dark Fiction.

Hellboy in Hell Volume 2: Press Release: “March 22, 2016— Legendary comic book writer/artist Mike Mignola will conclude his critically acclaimed series Hellboy In Hell in 2016, when Dark Horse Comics publishes the final and tenth issue on June 1 and the trade paperback, Hellboy In Hell Volume 2 which collects issues 6 through 10, in October. In advance of the release of the series’ conclusion, Dark Horse Comics has released the cover to Hellboy In Hell Volume 2 by Mignola and award-winning colorist Dave Stewart. Following the conclusion of Hellboy In Hell, Mignola will take a year off from illustrating interior comic book pages in
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Song of the Week: Barrence Whitfield - "The Claw"

"The Claw" is a much-needed jolt of raw, unfiltered, throw-back, punked-out garage rock bliss played with the same verve and reckless abandanon as The Sonics once did it. Barrence Whitfield & The Savages keepin' it real in this pre-fab muzak daze. From their new long player Under the Savage Sky on Blood Shot Records. Turn It Up, Up Tight White People!!!!
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Christmas Gift Guide: 41 Essential Presents For 2014

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year (again), and as usual it’s getting to those last few weeks before the big day when creative ideas and planning make way for frantic grabs at whatever is left on the shelves after the Black Friday zombie hordes have cleared everything out.

But fear not: because the best of Christmas is watching movies, re-watching old TV specials and trying hard to forget that George Lucas ever decided that anyone wanted a Star Wars Christmas show, there’ll always be a helping hand round these parts for those who want it.

So if you’re buying for a difficult brother, a picky sister or just for the film, gaming or TV fan in your life, what follows is a compendium of the finest gift ideas for this year’s festivities, as usual there are massive opportunities to win most of what has been included…
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Bj’s Top 5 Theater Going Experiences

For lovers of cinema, there’s really nothing quite like seeing a movie in the theater. While VOD services may allow easier access for movie lovers to watch from the comfort of their own homes, it cannot compare to sitting in a dim theatre with popcorn that cost almost as much as the ticket. The movie theater experience has recently come under fire due to the super jerks that insist on texting or those that, quite frankly, won’t shut the hell up and watch the damn movie. While many theaters are cracking down on unruly behavior within the confines of a screening, these inconsiderate clown asses have essentially taken away what it means to “go” to the theater. The average theatergoers genuinely don’t know how to behave in theaters anymore. Can I laugh out loud? Can I scream when I’m scared? Am I going to get shushed for gasping at this point?
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New One-Sheet for Blood Shot Will Have the Terrorists Quakin'

It's been a long time since last we spoke about Dietrich Johnston's feature film Blood Shot, based upon his award-winning short of the same name. February of 2008 to be exact. Thankfully there's finally some movement, and we've got the new one-sheet for the flick.

Check out the eye candy below and look for more on this one hopefully soon!


Assigned by a covert government agency, a mysterious vampire and a rogue cop reluctantly join forces against a brutal maniac and his legion of killers. Christopher Lambert (Highlander), Lance Henriksen (Aliens, The Terminator) and Oscar nominee Brad Dourif (The Lord of the Rings) star alongside Michael Bailey Smith (The Hills Have Eyes) and Brennan Elliott ("The 4400") in this killer, action-packed blend of Blade and Die Hard.

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Two Clips and a Poster for the Vampire vs. Terrorists Movie Blood Shot

Director Dietrich Johnston’s feature directorial debut, the horror/action film “Blood Shot” is not to be confused with “Bloodshot”, the comic book movie currently gestating around Hollywood. This film actually popped up on our radar way back in 2008, when the casting of Brad Dourif and Lance Henriksen was announced. Unbeknownst to us, 2011 saw the release of a trailer and promo clip from the film, which you can see for yourself below. I don’t know, it looks kind of cool, in a, “Don’t take it too seriously” kind of way. The poster certainly doesn’t hurt its chances with me none. In the heart of the city, a nefarious terrorist cell is plotting a major attack against the Us. Little do the terrorists know, someone is on to them. As they prepare to execute the first part of their plan, a mysterious figure infiltrates their home base and dispatches them one by one.
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Christopher Lambert And Lance Henriksen To Battle Terrorists. With A Vampire.

Meet the new weapon in the war on terror. He will shoot you. And then lap up your blood.Christopher Lambert, Lance Henriksen and Brad Dourif all feature in the cast of Dietrich Johnston's upcoming action-horror Blood Shot. And while Lambert may be playing the President in the piece - accent be damned, apparently - the real star is Michael Bailey Smith, who plays the vampire sent out to clean house.Assigned by a covert government agency, a mysterious vampire and a rogue cop reluctantly join forces against a brutal maniac and his legion of killers. Christopher Lambert ("Highlander"), Lance Henriksen ("Aliens," "The Terminator") and Oscar nominee Brad Dourif ("The Lord of the Rings") star alongside Michael Bailey Smith ("The Hills Have Eyes") and Brennan Elliott ("The...
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The Terrorist Fighting Vampire Of 'Blood Shot' Gets A Poster!

Dietrich Johnston's Blood Shot has been a long time coming. Bd first visited the set of the film back in February of 2008, but sometimes things move slower than you'd like in the indie world. But now, the film has a pretty cool poster that plays up to it's terrorism fighting vampire promises. "Assigned by a covert government agency, a mysterious vampire and a rogue cop reluctantly join forces against a brutal maniac and his legion of killers. Christopher Lambert ('Highlander'), Lance Henriksen ('Aliens', 'The Terminator') and Oscar nominee Brad Dourif ('The Lord of the Rings') star alongside Michael Bailey Smith ("The Hills Have Eyes") and Brennan Elliott ('The 4400') in this killer, action-packed blend of 'Blade' and 'Die Hard'!"
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Lionsgate Dumps Joel Schumacher's Blood Creek into Theatres ... Today.

Remember that flick Town Creek we told you about a while ago? We first brought it to your attention that Joel Schumacher was working on a horror flick having to do with the Nazis' obsession with creating the master race way back in 2007. Well, it's in theatres now. Really. It is. Well ... sort of.

According to The Blood Shot Eye the flick is now in limited release in a handful of second-run two-dollar theatres. Song sound familiar?

"Internet gorehounds wailed over the mistreatment of "Meat Train," but now Lionsgate is doing it again: Tomorrow (Friday, Sept. 18), the utterly unheralded -- even online -- Blood Creek opens at the Bartlett 10, and, apparently, almost nowhere else in the world, other than some second-run theaters in Dallas, Orlando, and a few other cities."

Blood Creek (as it is now known) stars Dominic Purcell, Henry Cavill, and Michael Fassbender. The movie opens in 1936 during
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More than 30 years ago, Randy Newman wrote a song about how hard it is to live in Baltimore.

That might be as true now as it was then, but despite that (or because of it), little old Baltimore has emerged as some sort of television paradise - a cradle of miracles where TV producers go, toil for a time, and then return to civilization with some of the best TV shows ever made.

The list is short but sweet: "Homicide: Life on the Street," "The Wire," and now, "Hopkins," a seven-part documentary series about Johns Hopkins Hospital, produced
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First Photos, Report From the Set of 'Blood Shot'!

Last night Bloody-Disgusting's SpookyDan visited the set of Blood Shot, which is currently lensing in Los Angeles. Until we unroll our video report, you can dig on a short piece, along with three still taken on set. Brad Dourif, Lance Henriksen, Michael Bailey Smith, Brennan Elliott, Assaf Cohen, Matin Klebba, Azita Ghanizada, Charles Napier, Paula Trickey and Kristi Klainos all star in this vampire action film, which was originally pitched as a short film.
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Henriksen Joins Dourif in Vampire Pic 'Blood Shot'

Blood Shot producer Scott Pearlman got in touch with us to add More names to the growing list of cast for the film, which is now lensing in Los Angeles, Ca. "In addition to Brad Dourif, we also have Lance Henriksen (Aliens), who plays the Vampire's boss. We also have Charles Napier (Rambo 2) as the President of the United States while Paula Trickey (Maniac Cop 2) and Kristi Klainos round out the rest of the cast." A tough cop pursues a Terminator-like vampire (Michael Bailey Smith), constantly taking a beating. No one believes him. He's completely on his own. Everyone thinks he's crazy, and he knows he's going to lose his job and his wife if he keeps this up. But he can't stop. He has no idea the vampire actually works as a hitman for a top-secret government agency, sent to track down and kill terrorists. Read a massive synopsis
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Brad Dourif, Many Others Join 'Blood Shot' Cast!

We've been informed that Brad Dourif (Child's Play), Brennan Elliott (Poltergeist: The Legacy), Assaf Cohen, Martin Klebba and Azita Ghanizada will all be joining Michael Bailey Smith (The Hills Have Eyes) in Blood Shot, which is being helmed by Dietrich Johnston here in Los Angeles. In addition, we've been provided with a long synopsis for the film, which stars Bailey Smith as a government vampire.
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