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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 the first two short films from The Four Players, the New York City Horror Film Festival lineup, details on the new zombie novel Northern Lights, and a Jason mask charity auction:
The Four Players Short Film Release Details: “Screenwriter and director, Evan Daugherty, screenwriter of the 2012 fantasy/action film “Snow White and the Huntsman” (as well as 2014’s “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” “GI Joe 3,” among others) and Maker Studios’ collaborative gaming and geek culture network Polaris have announced the release of “The Four Players,” four new short films, each one re-imagining a different character from Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros. franchise. The first two films, “The Fixer” (Mario) and “The Addict” (Luigi) will debut on Polaris beginning November 14…”
To find out more on these four short films, visit: www. »
- Tamika Jones
Director and cinematographer Ryan Lightbourn ("Roid Rage") is ready to reveal his first horror feature, "Sleepwalkers". This micro-budget creature feature is now in post-production. The film stars a shining cast of newcomers, such as starlets: Ansley Gordon and Amanda Phillips, horror movie veteran J. Larose ("Insidious 2"), porn star Dale DaBone and. Together, this cast and their characters are drawn to the murky woods of Wekiva Springs, Florida, for an exciting Spring Break. In the darkness, they find more thrills than they expected, when creatures emerge from the local swamps. The first trailer for Lightbourn's Sleepwalkers is available here! The clip shows Kyle (Evans), Kate (Gordon), Amy (Phillips), Owen (Owen) and Evan (Tommy Goodman) enjoying Florida's great outdoors. But, »
by Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com
Check out the trailer below the official details.
From The Press Release:
“Hell is Empty. All the Devils are Here.”
Director and cinematographer Ryan Lightbourn (“Roid Rage”) is ready to reveal his first horror feature, Sleepwalkers. This micro-budget creature feature is now in post-production. The film stars a shining cast of newcomers, such as starlets: Ansley Gordon and Amanda Phillips, horror movie veteran J. Larose (Insidious 2), porn star Dale DaBone and. Together, this cast and their characters are drawn to the murky woods of Wekiva Springs, Florida, for an exciting Spring Break. In the darkness, they find more thrills than they expected, when creatures emerge from the local swamps.
The first trailer for Lightbourn’s Sleepwalkers is available here! The clip shows Kyle (Evans), Kate (Gordon), Amy (Phillips), Owen (Owen) and »
Tagline: “Hell is Empty. All the Devils are Here.” Florida based director Ryan Lightbourn has completed several short films. His latest was the comical "Roid Rage" (2012). Now, Lightbourn has set his sights on completing his first feature and it is titled Sleepwalkers. Sleepwalkers takes place on Spring Break in the bayous of Florida's deep woods. Truly a creature feature, Sleepwalkers stars Ansley Gordon, Amanda Phillips, horror movie veteran J. Larose (Insidious 2) and Dale DaBone. Fans of horror can view the film's first trailer here. The story for Sleepwalkers involves five friends on vacation. They choose the wrong place to go camping. Soon, creatures emerge from Florida's murky swamps and these monsters turn: Kyle (Ben Evans), Kate (Gordon), Amy (Phillips), Owen (Ben Owen) and Evan (Tommy Goodman) into something hideous! Lightbourn is into body horror. And, viewers can see some of his disturbing creations in this exciting trailer. As well, Sleepwalkers will release throughout. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
In today's Indie Beat, we have the first official trailer for the upcoming 'creature feature' (among my favorite genres), Sleepwalkers. The film recently wrapped up filming and is heavy into post-production. Come inside to check out the trailer and more information on the project!
Here at Cinelinx we like to talk about all aspects of filmmaking and movie news. To that end, we have Indie Beat where we highlight some of the latest news, trailers, and PR releases from the indie filmmaker scene. So if you're an independent filmmaker and want some coverage on our site, be sure to drop us a line at email@example.com.
Director and cinematographer Ryan Lightbourn (“Roid Rage”) is ready to reveal his first horror feature, Sleepwalkers. This micro-budget creature feature is now in post-production. The film stars a shining cast of newcomers, such as starlets: Ansley Gordon and Amanda Phillips, horror movie veteran »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jordan Maison)
Jennifer Lawrence has certainly cemented her place as Hollywood's "It" girl! With weeks to go before the premiere of her highly-anticipated movie, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," we're sharing a few things you might not know about the blonde beauty. 1. Jennifer's teenage crush? Justin Timberlake! The 23-year-old revealed her love for the former boybander at a Tumblr Q&A at Yahoo Headquarters on Wednesday. "My teen crush [was] Justin Timberlake," she admitted. "Early 90s Justin Timberlake though. Like 'N Sync Justin Timberlake." (We don't think J-Law is alone on this one!)2. The Oscar winner was discovered during Spring break in Union Square at the age of 14. In an interview in the September issue of Vogue, she talked about the moment that changed her life forever. "Someone asked if they could take my picture, and my mom and I didn't think it was creepy at the time," she told the mag. The man was a model scout, »
- tooFab Staff
Director Ryan Lighbourn (Roid Rage) has been busy. He has completed a second horror film titled Sleepwalkers, this year. This indie horror title was shot over two weeks in Florida. The film stars J. Larose (Insidious), Ansley Gordon and several other rising stars. This horror action feature deals with a creature lurking in the backwoods of swampy Florida. A first look at Sleepwalkers is here. The story for the film focuses on five college students out on Spring Break. In there campground, a scary presence makes itself known and they have to join forces with a group of locals to fight it. The film's first poster is here. The graphic shows a bloody heart, with a dark background. The film's tagline promises that "Hell is Empty; All the Devils Are Here." Also, two early stills from the film are hosted below. The photos show some of the action elements, night shooting and characters close up. »
- email@example.com (Michael Allen)
Nowadays, certain movies are hyped years in advance (remember when Angelina Jolie was set to star in "Gravity" and "Harry Potter" was only going to be seven movies?), so forgive us for thinking that March 20, 2014 isn't actually that far away. No, we're not that pumped about Spring Break (foreverrrrrr) — that's when we'll finally get our "Divergent" on.
Shailene Woodley and Theo James star in the new movie, set in a future Chicago laid to waste and nearly unrecognizable from today's Windy City. Though the movie has received plenty of hype already (set visits, primers and trailers galore!), millions have already delved into the "Divergent"-verse, courtesy of the Young Adult trilogy they movie is adapted from.
Yesterday, the final installment of the trilogy of novels, "Allegiant," was released. Author Veronica Roth, a New York Times bestselling author many times over now, appeared at New York's 92nd St. Y to give »
- Kase Wickman
Justin Timberlake is No. 1 again, for the second time this year. The singer's new "The 20/20 Experience, 2 of 2," sold 350,000 in its first week, placing it at the top of this week's Billboard 200 chart. The first "The 20/20 Experience" debuted at No. 1 back in March after it sold a whopping 968,000 copies. Earlier this year, country star Luke Bryan also earned two No. 1s, with the compilation "Spring Break… Here to Party" (March 23) and "Crash My Party" (August 31). However, Timberlake holds the 2013 record for the most weeks on top of the chart, with four. Meanwhile, Drake's "Nothing »
- HitFix Staff
The Sharknado twister has laid ruin to cult horror, and in its wake comes another fin-infested natural disaster, Avalanche Sharks! The white hills will run red with blood as these elusive and deadly snow sharks prey upon an unsuspecting group of bikini and earmuff clad spring breakers attempting to hit the slopes. Fangoria brings us the first trailer, who point out that Avalanche Sharks isn't a rip-off...Its actually a spin-off of Sand Sharks, which came out before the phenomenon stormed the pop consciousness. Watch, and soon, you'll have nightmares rendered in really bad CGI, too!
Spring break in the mountains: snowboarding, beer, drunken co-eds in bikinis. As the yearly Bikini Ski Day party descends on a small mountain town, something lurks beneath the snow. When an unwitting rider causes an avalanche, it awakens a huge, menacing, prehistoric Snow Shark! With a newfound taste for human flesh, the Snow Shark »
Remember the '90s? Sure you do. The music was grungier. The Marky Marks were Markier. You had to choose between your phone and the Internet. And the ponytails were occasionally sideways.
Well, if you somehow missed the decade due to an interference in the time-space continuum — or you just happen to be really young — we've assembled 15 movie clips that best represent what life, or at least movies, were like during that glorious decade. A '90s time capsule, if you will. So sit back, relax and throw on your favorite starter jacket.
Way before film dance battles occurred in 3D thunderdomes and huge flattop cuts were throwbacks, Kid 'n Play were throwing down the on-screen dance gauntlet with some fly girls in "House Party," a movie that knew enough to not let a plot get in the way of fun and »
- Adam D'Arpino
Vanessa Hudgens is a Coachella junkie, but most of the times the beautiful brunette actress would rather rave at home than go out partying. In her movie roles, the actress has taken on sexier characters, the actress is seen doing a sexy pole dancing routine for her role as Cindy Paulson in new film 'Frozen Ground', but she claims wild parties are not her style. The role is second bad girl role role in a row for the 24-year-old after she played party-girl Candy, in 'Spring Breakers' earlier this year. While her parents are happy with her risque choices Vanessa insists she is much different from the characters in her films. She told the Metro newspaper: "My parents get it. They loved 'Spring Breakers' too, they think it should be shown in schools as an educational film. "It's not my kind of thing, the Spring Break thing. »
With summer coming to a close, Oscar season is officially in full swing. James Franco, fresh from his Comedy Central Roast, kicks off the first of the “For Your Consideration” ads that appeal to awards-show voters. In a bid to secure a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination for his role as Alien in Spring Breakers, the film’s distributor, A24, launched a campaign called “Consider This Sh–,” The Hollywood Reporter first reported.
In Spring Breakers, directed by Harmony Korine, Franco plays a kind of Spring Break Jesus, in the form of a rapper/hustler/predator of college girls — replete with chest-length cornrows and a grill, »
- Jennifer Arellano
We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a behind-the-scenes video from Dead in Tombstone, details on the Box of Dread, first poster for Proxy, All Cheerleaders Die premiere details, and much more:
Dead in Tombstone: “In celebration of the upcoming release of Dead in Tombstone on Blu-ray & DVD on 10/22, here’s the new bonus feature “Horses, Guns & Explosions,” Danny Trejo, director Roel Reine and producer Mike Elliott talk about the big explosions audiences will see in the upcoming film.
Danny Trejo (Machete), Anthony Michael Hall (The Dark Knight) and Oscar nominee Mickey Rourke (The Wrestler) star in this unrated, action-packed battle for vengeance. As a ruthless gang overruns a small mining town, they murder their own leader, Guerrero Hernandez (Trejo), in a cold-blooded power grab. Sentenced to eternity in hell, Guerrero finds himself confronted by »
- Tamika Jones
Luke Bryan’s “Crash My Party” crashes the Billboard 200 chart in a big way as the country star’s new set sold 528,000 copies in its first week. Bryan’s last album “Spring Break… Here to Party” also opened at No. 1 just earlier this year. That makes his sum the third largest of 2013 so far, behind Justin Timberlake’s “the 20/20 Experience” opening frame with 968,000 and Jay Z’s “Magna Carta… Holy Grail” with a touch more than 528,000. K. Michelle’s debut album “Rebellious Soul” bows behind at No. 2, but with 72,000. The R&B singer left her mark on VH1’s »
- Katie Hasty
Oh sure, we could have ignored two TV movies being trotted out in late August — “Ghost Shark,” on Syfy; and “Swindle,” from Nickelodeon — but in terms of content, the Web is as hungry as a made-for-tv, poorly animated shark. And since both involve teenagers and were produced in color….
Although Syfy is still a little drunk over how “Sharknado” became its own Twitter meme/media sensation (even repeating it as a lead-in to “Ghost Shark” on Aug. 22), the channel appears unlikely to catch lightning in a bottle twice. Not that “Ghost Shark” isn’t equally awful; it just isn’t awful in a fabulously promotable way.
At the risk of revealing a familiarity with “Spring Break: Shark Attack,” the plot essentially mirrors that, with teenage kids in bikinis (the gals, anyway) providing the main fodder for the title character, a Great White Shark killed by a fisherman in the pre-credit sequence. »
- Brian Lowry
This simply isn't true anymore:
Time is running out!
So here's what you're going to do:
Learn to dance like Leo.
Get the high score in Dots or beat Candy Crush.
Binge-watch "Orange Is The New Black."
Learn to twerk. If Miley can do it, so can you.
Fall in love with Lorde.
Lose it at Virgin Freefest.
Drink all of the Long Island iced teas.
Become a mermaid.
Boycott that Cronut as it's not thatttt good.
And move on from the royal baby.
But do make sure you snag a few of those oh, so elusive Daft Punk condoms.
Of course, form your own Bling Ring. (Don't really)
Definitely watch "Sharknado" and don't just tweet about it.
And get trapped "Under The Dome."
Follow-up with that special someone from Tinder you left hanging in early June.
Party like it »
- The Huffington Post
Luke Bryan has made a career of being country’s polite party boy. He doesn’t have the dangerous edginess of an Eric Church or Jamey Johnson (or even of his good buddy, Jason Aldean), but he surely knows how to show you a good time (as evidenced on his “Spring Break” series of EPs), and possibly get you to shed your clothes while doing so. On his new album, “Crash My Party,” out today, the reigning Acm Entertainer of the Year delivers another round of songs designed to show that he’s still the guy you want by your side, whether it’s to »
Each week we take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly of the home entertainment offerings, reviewing and rating the films and the special features packed onto the discs.
Release of the week
Derek Cianfrance delivers another powerful drama with Ryan Gosling leading us through a tough depiction of the tumultuous relationships of fathers and sons. The discovery of a son he previously had no knowledge of sends Gosling’s tautly constructed lead through a series of robberies to win the trust of his son’s mother. The three act structure is beautifully handled with a simmering tension as thematic lines are set down which the fates of the characters are drawn into. The moral legacy of the film’s early sequences are explored with a precision which results in an emotionally powerful film. Perhaps the best work Cianfrance has delivered so far. »
- Adam Lowes
Director: Harmony Korine
Running Time: 94 minutes
If you did not know, director and writer of Spring Breakers Harmony Korine first burst onto the scene by writing the screenplay for the ground-breaking Larry Clark movie Kids, and since then has become a bit of a connoisseur in teenage fuck ups. This time around his film follows four American college girls as they try and escape their boring lives for America’s favourite past time – Spring Break Wooooo.
Surprisingly there is a great storyline in there; you just have to dig under all the Skrillex, neon and James Franco’s attempt at trying to be gangster. Everybody can relate to the idea of not living up to your full potential, »
- Lucy Cave
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