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8 items from 2011

Erica Leerhsen to Face Her Phobia

20 September 2011 12:04 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Erica Leerhsen (Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Wrong Turn 2) is set to star in Phobia, a horror/murder mystery to be directed by Jon Keeyes (American Nightmare, Living & Dying) and produced by Blake Calhoun (Killing Down, Pink) from a screenplay by Anne Gibson. Read on for the gory details!

Rounding out the cast are Chase Jeffery (Exposed, American Virgin) as Val Drakul, a man tormented by a family curse; Matthew Tompkins (Killing Down, Missionary Man) as I.M. Casey, a mysterious stranger tracking Val; Jonathan Brooks (The Next Door Neighbor, Seasons of Gray) and Nicole Leigh (Small Timers, Karma Police) as Guy and Marcia Krusek, Val’s cousins and owners of the Theatre du Macabres; and Matt Moore (Super, Premonition) as a young Sigmund Freud.

Combining Gothic horror and an Agatha Christie style murder mystery, Phobia will be produced by a seasoned genre crew including Director of Photography Richard Clabaugh (The Prophecy, »

- Uncle Creepy

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New Release: Road to Nowhere Blu-ray and DVD

5 July 2011 2:17 PM, PDT | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

Monterey will release the 2010 independent neo-noir Road to Nowhere directed by the great Monte Hellman on Blu-ray and DVD on August 23 for the list prices of $34.95 and $26.95, respectively.

Femme fatale as femme fatale: Shannyn Sossamon makes a movie in Road to Nowhere.

Written by Variety  editor Steven Gaydos and starring Shannyn Sossamon (40 Days and 40 Nights), Dominique Swain (Fall Down Dead), Waylon Payne (Walk the Line), Cliff De Young (Suicide Kings) and John Diehl (Down in the Valley), the romance-thriller film tells the enigmatic tale of cult film director Mitchell Haven (Tygh Runyan, TV’s Stargate Universe), who has found the material to make his next movie. It’s a true crime story based in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina, involving a beautiful young woman, Velma Duran (Sossamon), and her older politico lover, Rafe Taschen (De Young). Just as their so-called “true crime” goes awry, so does Haven’s obsessed »

- Laurence

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Webseries "Throwing Stones" Gets a Second Season with Help from Director Jon Keeyes

27 June 2011 2:55 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Writer Bart D. Van Bemmel has recently announced that the web series "Throwing Stones" will begin a second season with director Jon Keeyes (Fall Down Dead). Many of the cast from the original film series will return and the cast includes: Chad Cox (Powder), Cherami Leigh (Fast Food Nation), Rebekah Kennedy (Season of the Witch), Lindsay Seidel and Bryan Massey.

"Throwing Stones" will turn into deeper slasher territory, with Bemmel, a teacher himself, incorporating meaningful themes such as the "Broken Windows Theory," which sees students in need of bloody repair. Preview the cast and crew details here, as "Throwing Stones" Seas. 2 gets set to start production this July!

The synopsis for Seas. 2 of "Throwing Stones:"

"After finally coming together to overcome their differences, the students of Blair High are violently separated and forced to follow Mr. Beckett's new set of rules. One by one he challenges each student's will »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Fall Down Dead and Not Getting Back Up: A Movie Review

17 June 2011 4:00 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

*full disclosure: a screener of this film was provided by Image Entertainment.

Director: Jon Keeyes.

Writer: Roy Sallows.

The straight-to-dvd market is full of hits and misses. Sometimes one finds a gem, but sometimes one finds a film such as Fall Down Dead. This title, released by Image Entertainment on DVD June 14th, suffers from averageness, which is not a quality that you want in a competitive film market. One hour plus of a cat-and-mouse chase plotline between villain and protagonist just does create enough excitement. The writing from Roy Sallows (The Conspiracy of Fear) creates great characters, but not much tension in this 90 minute thriller?

The main hero is Christie played by (Dominique Swain), who has caught the eye of a serial killer (the Picasso Killer). Two detectives (Mehmet Gunsur, R. Keith Harris) also attempt to handcuff the Picasso Killer (Udo Kier), but they are merely a sidebar to »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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New this Week: ‘The Green Lantern,’ ‘Mr. Popper’s Penguins’ and ‘Point Break (Bd)’

15 June 2011 6:24 AM, PDT | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

Hitting movie theaters this weekend:

The Green LanternRyan ReynoldsBlake LivelyPeter Sarsgaard

Mr. Popper’s Penguins – Jim CarreyCarla GuginoAngela Lansbury

Movie of the Week

The Green Lantern

The Stars: Ryan ReynoldsBlake LivelyPeter Sarsgaard

The Plot: A test pilot (Reynolds) is granted a mystical green ring that bestows him with otherworldly powers, as well as membership into an intergalactic squadron tasked with keeping peace within the universe.

The Buzz: Just slightly to the right of the “kill me now” column (see Mr. Popper’s Penguins) lies DC’s feeble attempt to answer Marvel’s mighty Thor. I am stupefied at how nerdy Reynolds looks throughout all of The Green Lantern’s marketing efforts. I can’t get over it really, and I’ve never really enjoyed Reynolds at all. Blake Lively is lovely and Peter Sarsgaard is a solid heavyweight, but I just don’t »

- Aaron Ruffcorn

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Bloody Exclusive Clip - Fall Down Dead

7 June 2011 4:35 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

With Fall Down Dead hitting stores next week from Image Entertainment, we figured we ought to seek out an exclusive clip to bring you a sampling of the mayhem to come!

From the Press Release

Police are on the trail of a serial killer – following clues that are as barbaric as they are “artistic”. They have called the criminal the “Picasso Killer”: death is his inspiration, the carved bodies of his victims are his works of art. On June 14 Image Entertainment will release Fall Down Dead, a terrifying journey through a city caught in the grips of a madman and his misdirected “skills.” Fall Down Dead will be available on DVD for an Srp of $27.97, as well as available via digital download for $14.99

Christie (Dominique SwainAlpha Dog) does not know it, but she is being stalked…by someone who doesn’t know her, yet is obsessed with her. »

- Uncle Creepy

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Survive the Blackout in Image Entertainment's Horror Release Fall Down Dead

5 June 2011 12:14 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Recently, Image Entertainment released the DVD details for Fall Down Dead, which finished production in 2009. This is one of actor David Carradine's final roles and the film involves a city wide blackout. That is not so strange, until you add in a serial killer, named the Picasso Killer (Udo Kier). These two elements together pack a suspenseful punch and fans of horror can pick up this title in just a few days (June 14th).

Check out the trailer for Fall Down Dead, which shows one woman (Dominique Swain) experiencing a brief lack of common sense, as she travels down a dark alleyway, in a city full of murder victims. More details to come.

The synopsis for Fall Down Dead is here:

"Single mother Christie (Dominique Swain) faces the most terrifying Christmas Eve ever when she becomes the sole witness to the handiwork of the Picasso Killer (Udo Kier), a »

- Remove28DaysLaterAnalysisThis@gmail.com (Michael Allen)

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New Release: Fall Down Dead DVD

13 March 2011 9:48 AM, PDT | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

On June 17, Image Entertainment will release the 2007 serial killer movie Fall Down Dead on DVD.

Dominique Swain is stalked by a serial killer in Fall Down Dead.

Starring Dominique Swain (Lolita), Udo Kier (My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done) and the late David Carradine (Dark Fields), it’s, well, one of those ridiculously bad lousy movies that’s so bad it succeeds as a guilty pleasure.

It’s Christmas Eve when single mother Christie Wallace (Swain) stumbles across The Picasso Killer (Kier)—a serial murderer killer who considers his mutilated victims to be works of art—just as he’s finishing up with a victim. Fleeing to a nearby office building, she ends up trapped inside with a low-rent security guard, Wade (Carradine), a par of detectives (Mehment Gunsur, R. Keith Harris) and a bunch of hangers-on who are don’t have much time to make much of »

- Laurence

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