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Exclusive: Listen to Stuart Gordon's Terrifying 'H.P. Lovecraft's The Hound'

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Exclusive: Listen to Stuart Gordon's Terrifying 'H.P. Lovecraft's The Hound'
Read More: Exclusive 'Tales From Beyond the Pale' Season 3 Posters Will Chill You to the Bone For the next several weeks, Indiewire is exclusively premiering new episodes from the third season of "Tales From Beyond the Pale," the audio play series produced by Glass Eye Pix. Episodes will be available for two-day windows. The season begins with an episode directed by Stuart Gordon, best known for his films "Re-Animator" and "From Beyond." Listen to Gordon's "H.P. Lovecraft's The Hound" above, and read his thoughts on the project as well as the state of horror filmmaking today below. Although the story echoes Conan Doyle's "The Hound of the Baskerville," Lovecraft says that the inspiration for his story came about after a visit to an old cemetery in Brooklyn in which he broke off a piece of a tombstone dated 1747 and later placed it under his pillow. "Who can say
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Indie Spotlight

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We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes release details for A Resurrection, details on a virtual trading card series called Closet Monsters, casting news for Dead Afterlife, a Q&A with Vigilante DiariesChristian Sesma, and much more:

A Resurrection Release Details: “Archstone Distribution announces the VOD, Digital Download and DVD release of A Resurrection from Writer/Director Matt Orlando (Barbershop). The film stars Mischa Barton (Fox’s “The Oc”), Devon Sawa (CW’s “Nikita”) Jonathan Michael Trautmann (96 Minutes) and the late Michael Clarke Duncan (The Green Mile). A Resurrection will be available on VOD on July 23, 2013 and on DVD on August 6, 2013. It was released this week for Digital Download on all internet platforms, including iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Xbox Video and Vudu. The announcement was made today by Archstone Distribution’s Brady Bowen.

A Resurrection
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DVD releases for Tuesday, November 4th, 2008

While there's not too many good releases this week we do have some big ones, first and foremost the extended cut of Waterworld which was really an awesome flick. Kevin Costner seems to have this thing for post apocalyptic film, starting with his bit part in Testament and then The Postman. Let's hope he makes more. Next off we have the Val Kilmer starrer Moscow Zero which is a zombie flick, but even better, it has Vincent Gallo in it! Last off is the Lovecraftian horror Chill which has gotten some low ratings, but hey, I'll watch anything based on Lovecraft's work, so check out all the videos, synopses, links and trailers after the break.

Waterworld extended edition

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The polar ice caps have melted, and the earth is covered by water. The remaining people travel the seas, in search of survival. Several different societies exist. The Mariner
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Lionsgate to Chill Lovecraft Fans

Lionsgate has put out word of a new horror DVD release titled Chill they have scheduled for November 4th, because what better time to release a new horror movie than five days after Halloween?

Starring hellraisin' scream queen Ashley Laurence, “Melrose Place” doc Thomas Calabro, and movie tough guy James Russo, Chill purports to have been "inspired by H.P. Lovecraft's spine tingling tale of the macabre, Cool Air."

"In this classic retro horror thriller, Sam (Thomas Calabro, "Melrose Place"), an aspiring writer, takes a job in an L.A. inner city grocery market owned by the sinister Dr. Munoz, who claims to have a rare skin condition that forces him to live in sub-freezing temperatures. Meanwhile, Sam befriends an attractive neighborhood boutique owner Maria (Ashley Laurence, "Hellraiser"), and is unwittingly entwined in a threatening love triangle when she reveals that Detective Defazio (James Russo, "Donnie Brasco"), who is investigating
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