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Get Ready for Camp Hollywood with the Top 10 Camping Movies of All Time

Camp Hollywood is coming to Reelz. Starting July 9, one lucky Reelz viewer will win their cable or satellite paid for life. In honor of our camp-themed sweepstakes, we're taking a look at the best camping flicks to hit the silver screen. Be sure that your favorites make the top ten by creating your own list and locking in your vote. Will it be a classic horror flick or a teen musical dramedy that takes the top spot? It's up to you to decide.

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Psychological Horror Begins to Hemorrhage

The good folks over at Phase 4 Films have just sent over the official trailer and artwork for their latest terror tale Hemorrhage, and since it's Friday and we're all looking to get the hell out of this hellish work week, we figured we'd share. Not that we wouldn't have anyway, but still!

From the Press Release

Phase 4 Films is pleased to announce the world premiere of the serial killer thriller Hemorrhage, from first-time Canadian writer and director Braden Croft and Random Bench principal and producers Liz Levine (Toad Road, Camp Hollywood) and Adrian Salpeter (Toad Road, The French Guy).

The film, which can now be viewed on Video On Demand, stars Brittney Grabill and Alex Mackie. Hemorrhage was an official Selection of the Fantasia International Film Festival in 2012, where it garnered incredible reviews from some of the top entertainment and horror publications in the industry.

Hemorrhage takes a
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Elijah Wood Opens His Woodshed; Acquires Toad Road and Announces A Girl Walks Alone Home at Night

Elijah Wood's The Woodshed, the new horror label from partners Wood, Daniel Noah, and Josh C. Waller, has announced two new projects: the original production A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night and the completed feature Toad Road (review) from writer-director Jason Banker.

The Woodshed is partnering with Blackout Films and Random Bench on Toad Road, which will be the first film to go out under "The Woodshed Presents" endeavor, says Variety. The Woodshed partners discovered the film when programming Nightmare City, a horror film festival collaboration between Cinefamily, Cinespia, and The Woodshed that is currently unfolding around Los Angeles.

"Programming the festival, we viewed scores of new horror films, but 'Toad Road' leapt out of the pack with its devastating power. We knew we had to do whatever we could to make sure this special film is seen," said Wood.

The Woodshed will present the U.
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Elijah Wood’s The Woodshed Scares Up Two Horror Pics

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Elijah Wood’s The Woodshed Scares Up Two Horror Pics
(Los Angeles, CA – Oct 19 2012) The Woodshed, the new horror company from partners Daniel Noah, Josh C. Waller and Elijah Wood, is proud to announce two new projects. The Woodshed will partner with Blackout Films and Random Bench on Jason Banker’s Toad Road as its first “The Woodshed Presents” endeavor. Noah, Waller and Wood discovered the film when programming Nightmare City, a horror film festival collaboration between The Cinefamily, Cinespia and The Woodshed currently unfolding around Los Angeles. Says Wood, “Programming the festival, we viewed scores of new horror films, but Toad Road leapt out of the pack with its devastating power. We knew we had to do whatever we could to make sure this special film is seen.” The Woodshed will present the Us premiere in Los Angeles next Tuesday October 23rd @10Pm as part of Nightmare City. Toad Road received both Best Director & Best Actor (James Davidson) awards
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Fantasia 2012: New Images Ease on Down Toad Road

Several new images for director Jason Banker‘s upcoming Fantasia Fest selection Toad Road are here for you cats to dig upon. The flick makes its premiere at the festival on Thursday, July 26th. Check out the goods now!

From the Press Release

Black Out Films and Random Bench Productions are excited to announce the world premiere of Toad Road at the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montréal. Jason Banker (Teenage Paparazzo, My Name is Faith) directed and produced his first narrative feature, Toad Road, in collaboration with producers Liz Levine (Camp Hollywood, Finite & Infinite Games) and Adrian Salpeter (The French Guy, Finite & Infinite Games). Toad Road displays a disturbing portrait of contemporary youth culture where the lines between perception and reality are blurred with often frightening results.

“I'm excited to premiere Toad Road at Fantasia International! It is great to be recognized by a festival that supports transgressive and outsider cinema,
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Fantasia 2012: Official One-Sheet and Teaser Trailer for Toad Road

The official one-sheet and teaser trailer for director Jason Banker‘s upcoming Fantasia Fest selection Toad Road is here for you cats to dig upon. The flick makes its premiere at the festival on Thursday, July 26th.

From the Press Release

Black Out Films and Random Bench Productions are excited to announce the world premiere of Toad Road at the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montréal. Jason Banker (Teenage Paparazzo, My Name is Faith) directed and produced his first narrative feature, Toad Road, in collaboration with producers Liz Levine (Camp Hollywood, Finite & Infinite Games) and Adrian Salpeter (The French Guy, Finite & Infinite Games). Toad Road displays a disturbing portrait of contemporary youth culture where the lines between perception and reality are blurred with often frightening results.

“I'm excited to premiere Toad Road at Fantasia International! It is great to be recognized by a festival that supports transgressive and outsider cinema,
See full article at Dread Central »

Cassie Steele to return as Manny Santos in 'Degrassi' spin-off

Heads up Degrassi fans! The adventures of Manny Santos aren't quite over yet. Cassie Steele will be reprising her Degrassi role in the new series from Epitome Pictures, "Highland Gardens." 

The series will revolve around a group of Canadians looking to make it big in Los Angeles living together at the Highland Gardens Motel which was the subject of the 2004 documentary, "Camp Hollywood."

CTV picked up the show back in December, but at that point it was unclear whether or not it would be a spin off.  "It might or might not be a 'Degrassi' spin-off," producer Stephen Stohn tells The Star Scoop, "we're still deciding." 

It looks like the decision has been made. Currently IMDb lists Steele as the only cast member and confirms she will be playing the ever sassy Manny Santos once again. 

No word on whether or not TeenNick has picked it up to air in the Us,
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