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Desolation Promises a Hellish Rest Stop: Early Stills

14 July 2015 3:07 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

A few early details are emerging for the indie horror title Desolation. Described by producer Mem Ferda (The Devil's Double) as a "horror road trip film," Desolation now has a concept poster, which is hosted here. As well, two early stills show some of the primary cast, including: Tristan Risk (American Mary) and Ryan Kiser. Plot details are hosted just below. The film involves a cross country road trip. A husband and wife pick up a hitchhiker. It is all downhill from here as this vacation is turned into a trip to hell. Horror director Ryan M. Andrews returns to screen. Andrews has worked on other horror titles such as Black Eve (2010) and Sick (2012). A review for Sick is hosted here A Sick Review on 28Dla. And, fans of indie horror can see more of the characters, from Desolation, past the break. Tristan Risk is shown here as Lily. Actors Tristan Risk and Ryan Kiser. »

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Trailer for 'Miss You Already' releases

13 July 2015 9:15 PM, PDT | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

Mem Ferda is widely known for his roles as villains and crooks (Gunned Down, Ill Manors and The Devil's Double) and as a producer of indie horror films (Truth Or Dare, Mania, Desolation). Now Ferda is giving a go as a compassionate character in the upcoming British-American Rom-Com Miss You Already.

'Miss You Already', a British-American romantic comedy set for release later in the year, shows London based actor Mem Ferda’s soft side as he plays Ahmet, a friendly taxi driver. Starring Drew Barrymore, Toni Collette and Dominic Cooper, Ferda makes an appearance alongside some of Hollywood’s greatest actors and can be seen in the brand new trailer for the movie.

Directed by the woman behind the highly successful Twilight films, Catherine Hardwicke, Miss you Already portrays the relationship between Jess and Milly, two childhood best friends. Both happily married, their lives are transformed when one »

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Mania is a Blood-soaked Tale of Lesbian Terror: First Trailer

15 May 2015 3:19 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Jessica Cameron (Truth or Dare) continues in horror with Mania. This "lesbian love story" gone awry now has a unique trailer. The clip features Vancouverite model and actress Tristan Risk (Bloody Mary) and up-and-comer Ellie Church. Together, these actresses, as Brooke and Mel, flee their home, after a brutal murder. The first trailer hosts a claustrophobic, gory vibe, with characters turned into bloodied mincemeat. As well, actor and producer Mem Ferda (The Devil's Double) has been attached to this feature. A preview of the film is hosted here. Ferda provides a behind-the-scenes look at the film. He states: "Mania is different. Its fresh, alarming, and draws from the sexual anxieties of early Cronenberg." Also, Ferda states that Mania is the first of three features, on which both Ferda and Cameron will collaborate. Mania is soon to release at several film festivals, now that production has completed. Fans of horror can »

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A Punters Prayer: An Intriguing, Smart, Urban Satire

23 April 2015 | Horror Asylum | See recent Horror Asylum news »

Mem Ferda (Gunned Down, Hyena, Pusher, The Devil's Double) has signed to feature in 'A Punters Prayer' the debut feature by Savvas D. Michael. Set in Palmers Green, London, 'A Punters Prayer' is an intense story about a group of friends who meet habitually at the local betting office to indulge in their favorite pastime of laddish banter, lamenting about life and family, but most critically, satisfying their addiction to gambling. Written and directed by first timer, Savvas D. Michael, it also stars; Dexter Fletcher (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels) and Daniel Caltagirone (The Pianist). »

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Rumour: Dominic Cooper for TV Preacher adaptation?

13 March 2015 2:09 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

It looks like the Marvel universe’s Howard Stark, Dominic Cooper, might be jumping ships to Preacher, from DC’s Vertigo imprint…

We don’t pass on every rumour we hear on this site, but this is one that has a certain air of plausibility to it - The Tracking Board is reporting that Dominic Cooper is allegedly top of the list to headline AMC’s telly adaptation of the Preacher comic.

We’ve got to share The Tracking Board’s photo mash-up, too, just to show you the comparison between Cooper and Preacher’s protagonist Reverend Jesse Custer…

He certainly looks the part, has dabbled in darker work before (see: The Devil's Double) and could possibly be tempted to take further TV work after the rave reviews he garnered as Howard Stark in Agent Carter. AMC (the network behind Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead, Mad Men and now Better Call Saul »

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