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Raven’s Hollow Released: Raven’s Hollow is an 11 minute short film co-written, directed and animated by Colin Clarke, and it has now been released online for free:

“Billy, his sister, Lisa, and her boyfriend, Mike, spend Halloween at the drive-in after trick or treating. When Billy threatens to walk home through an dark cornfield, Mike tells him a legend of Old Farmer Blood, who is said to have seeded his field with the blood of murder victims. When Billy disbelieves, Mike leads the trio into a nightmare of unrelenting terror.”

To watch the short film, visit:

Where The Dead Go To Die: Written, Directed, & Animated by Jimmy ScreamerClauz, Where The Dead Go To Die is an Animated Horror Feature coming to DVD,
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Short On Time? Check Out These Halloween Shorts

Looking for a good scare, but short on time?  Shorts International is releasing a collection of 25 horror shorts in time for Halloween.  The collection is available on iTunes starting October 19th, and for a limited time, Us and Canada residents can get one of the films free.  Hit the jump for a short trailer for a short festival. We'll get right to the good stuff.  Roar is the free short, a Hitchcockian thriller about a shy key cutter who takes drastic action after a girl rejects his gesture of goodwill.  Other shorts include Curiosity, starring Emily Blunt (The Wolfman), Alex's Halloween starring Jane Lynch (Glee) and Devilwood starring John Simm (Dr. Who).
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Halloween Treats: Jane Lynch, Emily Blunt Star in Slate of Horror Shorts

Shorts International is getting into the Halloween spirit and drawing some familiar names to help out. The Halloween Shorts collection, which will be available to download on iTunes, features over 25 terrifying short movies arriving on October 19th in the Us, Canada, UK and Germany. The line-up of films include Glee 's Jane Lynch in Alex's Halloween (picture below), The Wolfman 's Emily Blunt in Curiosity, and John Simm ( Doctor Who ) in Devilwood . As a special treat, Roar , a Hitchcockian-style thriller, will be available free for a limited time in the Us and Canada. The film stars Russell Tovey ( Being Human ) and Jodie Whittaker, in a tale about a shy key cutter who takes drastic action after a girl rejects his gesture of goodwill. Pics and a trailer below! For...
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Emily Blunt wants to be a gay icon

Though much (Ok, basically all) of the supposed "lesbian affair" between Emily Blunt and Mary Lynn Rajskub was cut out of Sunshine Cleaning, Blunt is still striving to be a gay icon.

In a recent interview, the 26-year-old English actress said:

I'm going to become a gay icon. Have I ever flirted with that side? No, never, but I do remember girl crushes on other girls in your year group at school. There are these girls who are magnetic and beautiful and so cool. You just feel yourself shrink in their presence. Uh, yeah, that's called a straight-up crush, Emily. Regardless, she seems to be well on her way to gay icon status, if you ask me. Just look how close she gets with her co-stars.

Remember her steamy Sapphic role in 2004's My Summer of Love? That's most likely what put her on most of our radars to begin with.
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