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Stranger Things Soundtrack Release Details

  • DailyDead
If you’ve already watched Netflix’s Stranger Things once (or twice, or maybe even three times), then you undoubtedly have the original music by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein swirling through your brain. Soon, you’ll be able to take the synth sounds of Hawkins with you wherever you go, as Lakeshore Records will release the Stranger Things soundtrack in two volumes on both digital and CD formats.

The first volume of the Stranger Things soundtrack hits digital platforms on August 12th and comes out as a CD on September 16th. Volume two won’t be far behind, as it’s slated for an August 19th digital release and a September 23rd CD debut.

For more information, we have the official press release with full details, as well as the track listing for volume one (courtesy of Pitchfork) and the cover art for the soundtrack:

Press Release (via Eclipse Magazine): “(August 10, 2016 – Los Angeles,
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Frightfest 2015: ‘Suspension’ Review

Stars: Ellen MacNevin, Sage Brocklebank, Johannah Newmarch, Steve Richmond, Connor Fielding | Written by Kevin Mosley | Directed by Jeffrey Scott Lando

It would seem I have a love/hate relationship with the work of director Jeffrey Lando. On the one hand he has helmed fantastic direct to DVD movies such as Insecticidal (yes I really rather enjoyed that – even if Lando himself has a little disdain for it on his official blog), but on the other he was the director on House of Bones, a film whose ending, at the time, frustrated me to no end. But that was five years ago and since then we’d had a slew of TV movies from Lando, including the superb Syfy channel horror movie Goblin: an underrated gem that didn’t really achieve the same dizzy heights of success as those “other” Syfy monster movies!

Lando’s latest, Suspension, is a
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Round-Up: Five Nights at Freddy’s Film Adaptation In the Works, Contamination (1980) Blu-ray / DVD

  • DailyDead
You might have seen your birthday party reflected in their gleaming surfaces once upon a time. As they sang, their glazed eyes may have caught your own lively ones, and perhaps you noticed a little life in the pupils of the animatronic animal on stage. In the Five Nights at Freddy's video game, those robotic performers walk and kill at night, and Warner Bros. has taken notice of this creepy premise, as they have acquired the adaptation rights to the popular survival horror game. In our latest round-up, we also take a look at the release information for Arrow Video's Blu-ray / DVD of 1980's Contamination.

Five Nights at Freddy's: The Hollywood Reporter reveals that a Five Nights at Freddy's feature film adaptation is in development at Warner Bros.

Vertigo Entertainment's Roy Lee and KatzSmith Productions' Seth Grahame-Smith (author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies) and David Katzenberg will produce the movie.
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Ft. Lauderdale’s Shock Pop Comic Con Guests Include Robert Englund, Elvira, Adrienne King & Danny Trejo

  • DailyDead
Early next year over Valentine’s Day weekend, horror hounds can gather in Ft. Lauderdale with their loved ones to celebrate three horror movie anniversaries: Friday the 13th (35th anniversary), A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge (30th), and Demons (30th). Cast/crew from all three films will be in attendance, including Crystal Lake’s Adrienne King and the man of your nightmares, Robert Englund:

“Ft. Lauderdale, Fl – Nov. 25, 2014 – Masters of mayhem collide in an ultra-cataclysmic Friday the 13th celebration during the Shock Pop Comic Con at the Ft. Lauderdale Convention Center, Feb. 13-15, 2015!

The weekend kicks off with a night of horror as director Sean Cunningham, final girl Adrienne King, composer Harry Manfredini, “Officer Dorf” aka Ron Millkie, and first Jason himself, Ari Lehman convene for the 35th Anniversary celebration of the classic Friday The 13th. Meanwhile our 30th Anniversary shindig for A Nightmare On Elm Street
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‘Extraterrestrial’ Review

Stars: Brittany Allen, Freddie Stroma, Melanie Papalia, Jesse Moss, Anja Savcic, Sean Rogerson, Emily Perkins, Mike Kovac, Fred Keating, Gil Bellows, Michael Ironside | Written and Directed by The Vicious Brothers

The Vicious Brothers, writer/directors of the two popular Grave Encounters found-footage flicks, turn their hands to a more traditional narrative movie, mixing traditional filming methods with their penchant for Pov shaky-cam, with Extraterrestrial.

Still reeling from her parents divorce, April (Brittany Allen) is dragged back to the vacation cabin she spent fond summers at as a child accompanied by a group of friends. Her trip down memory lane takes a dramatic and terrifying turn when a fireball descends from the sky and explodes in the nearby woods. Lead by her boyfriend (Freddie Stroma), the group venture out toward the crash site and discover the remnants of a ship from another planet along with footprints that suggest its alien occupants are still alive.
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Females On Film: Ranking the summer's biggest box office winners based on lady roles

  • Hitfix
Females On Film: Ranking the summer's biggest box office winners based on lady roles
Films with great women’s roles aren’t always great films. Films with poor female representation aren’t necessarily bad films. But poorly written female roles will always be a problem for cinema so long as they continue to persist. The damsel in distress. Angel-whore. The token girl. Trophy wives. Mother, daughter, sister. The unconditional love interest. These are among the popular clichés most frequently applied to female characters as they’re written on the page. Some films are so desperate for conflict that they just keep going to the well without altering the mold. Have women not earned the right by now to play more villains, complicated lovers, a-holes, The Best Friends, soldiers, comic reliefs or leads? Can a woman be sexy in a film and still have a great role? Yes. Give her agency. Can a woman support other characters but still have a great role? Yes. Keep her vital.
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"Frozen," "Monsters University" Top Annie Awards Nominations!

Nominations for the 41st Annual Annie Awards were announced and "Frozen" and "Monsters University" led the pack with 10 nominations each. "Despicable Me 2" and "The Croods" followed closely with 9 noms each.

I am rooting for "Frozen" to win! It's a return to form to what Disney does best -- affecting fairy tale with memorable musical numbers. "Monsters University," on the other hand, was bland. The film bored me on second viewing.

Steven Spielberg will receive the Winsor McCay Award for career achievement at the awards ceremony happening on Saturday, Feb. 1, at Royce Hall on the UCLA campus. Patrick Warburton will serve as host.

2013 Annie Award Nominations

Production Categories

1 . Best Animated Feature

A Letter to Momo . Gkids

Despicable Me 2 . Universal Pictures

Ernest & Celestine . Gkids

Frozen . Walt Disney Animation Studios

Monsters University . Pixar Animation Studios

The Croods . DreamWorks Animation

The Wind Rises . The Walt Disney Studios

2 . Annie Award for Best Animated
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‘Sinister Six’ Talks For ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Confirmed *Spoilers!*

Following our story back in June as to whom the big-baddies of The Amazing Spider-man 2 may be, we considered the possibility that the fan-favourite of not one, but six Spider-Man enemies turning up in the form of the Sinister Six, which may soon become a reality. Now the inclusion of the Sinister Six up until recently has all been speculation, theory and some serious grinding of the rumour mill.

Although, consider this set photo released last month (seen below) featuring Avi Arad next to a ‘Sinister Six’ building. Along with TotalFilm’s recent interview (Potential spoilers!) with Jamie Foxx regarding him being a part of the Sinister Six, which he then confirmed had been actively discussed in production. it turns out we may be seeing the Sinister Six on the silver screen in The Amazing Spider-man 2, if not 3.

Throughout the many story arcs and ubiquitous universes of the webslinger,
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Fantasy 'Doctor Who': Who would you pick as the 12th Doctor?

Before the week is out we will know the identity of the 12th Doctor. Man, woman, black, ginger, disabled, cat, dog... we couldn't care less anymore, we just want to know who it is. The tension is killing us.

In an attempt to try to keep us busy until the big reveal on Sunday night (August 4), Digital Spy has been doing some fantasy Doctor Who casting.

Keep reading to find out who we would like to see taking over from Matt Smith in the Tardis.

Jamie Dornan - Alex Fletcher, Deputy Editor

I always prefer Doctor Who when it has a darker and more sinister tone, so ideally I'd like the BBC to pick someone who is more Eccleston than Tennant in style. If I was truly in fantasy land, I'd go for Andrew Lincoln, but he's currently far too busy kicking zombie ass on The Walking Dead.

So if I can't have Lincoln,
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Check Out Little Reaper the Latest Short Film From Peter Dukes

  • ScifiMafia
Sometimes in life there are rules you can’t break, but everyone especially in their younger years goes through life lessons that they must experience rather than be told. Such is the case of the teenage reaper in Peter Dukes’ Dream Seekers Productions’ Little Reaper.

We’ve had the pleasure of covering Peter Dukes’ work before with the two shorts A Goblin’s Tale and The Beast. You can check out those reviews here, but you’re here for the reaping. So take out those earbuds and check out this film.

Short Film: Little Reaper

Click here to view the embedded video.

More pictures about Peter Dukes and his films can be found on his Facebook page.

Little Reaper stars Athena Baumeister and John Paul Ouvrier, with John Michael Herndon, Katharine Stapleton, Allisyn Ashley Arm, Katy Townsend and Sorsha Morava. Danny Derakhshan is executive producer with Melissa Cottingham, Shane and
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Spider-Man and the Desecration of Gwen Stacy

As you read this, I'm raising a glass of something strong to Marc Webb. Not because the (500) Days of Summer (2009) director has recently delivered a decent reboot of the Spider-Man franchise, which for the record he has, but because he's ended years of anguish and disappointment that myself and many other fans have felt over Marvel's desecration of the memory of Peter Parker's first true love, the one and only Gwen Stacy.

After being given little more than a walk on part in Sam Raimi's competent but cluttered third Spider-Man movie back in 2007, Webb eschewed party girl turned model Mary Jane Watson as the wallcrawler's love interest in the recent The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and instead resurrected the bright young thing who, for me at least, was always the better match for Parker; and who made controversial comic book history high atop the George Washington Bridge in June 1973 when writer
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David Bowie: screen oddity

He's played a stranded alien, a vampire cellist and a pretty PoW – but David Bowie rarely gets his due as an actor. Ryan Gilbey talks to the directors who know him best about an original, 'incandescent' talent

He hasn't performed in public for six years, or released an album in almost a decade, but there is a lot of David Bowie about. His music featured prominently in both the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2012 Olympic Games: Danny Boyle included a shot of him playing a discombobulated alien in Nicolas Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth; and the closing catwalk show played out to the sound of Bowie's Fashion (a big disappointment to those hoping for a rumoured live performance of Heroes). Even in his absence, Bowie eclipsed the stars who did turn up.

Next year, the Victoria and Albert museum will host an extensive exhibition of Bowie's costumes,
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David Bowie: loving the thespian

David Bowie's film work, from a stranded alien for Nic Roeg to a reclusive inventor for Chris Nolan, has its own fascination. Ryan Gilbey looks at how he was always an actor before he started acting

He hasn't performed in public for six years, or released an album in almost a decade, but there is a lot of David Bowie about. His music featured prominently in both the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2012 Olympic Games: Danny Boyle included a shot of him playing a discombobulated alien in Nicolas Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth; and the closing catwalk show played out to the sound of Bowie's Fashion (a big disappointment to those hoping for a rumoured live performance of Heroes). Even in his absence, Bowie eclipsed the stars who turned up.

Next year, the Victoria and Albert museum will host an extensive exhibition of Bowie's costumes,
See full article at The Guardian - Film News »

New "Fright Bytes" heads to Shock Stock

  • Fangoria
This episode of Fright Bytes (the 20th!) features the Shock Stock convention in London, Ontario April 13-15, 2012. Your hosts, Fangoria scribe Lianne Spiderbaby and co-host Steve Mac interview Fred "The Hammer" Williamson (Bucktown, Black Caesar), Kane Hodder (Hatchet, Jason VII - X, Chillerama) and you'll get an exclusive backstage pass into the Goblin / Claudio Simonetti concert with a special introduction by Fangoria's Editor in Chief, Chris Alexander.

Read more...
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New "Fright Bytes" heads to Shock Stock

  • Fangoria
This episode of Fright Bytes (the 20th!) features the Shock Stock convention in London, Ontario April 13-15, 2012. Your hosts, Fangoria scribe Lianne Spiderbaby and co-host Steve Mac interview Fred "The Hammer" Williamson (Bucktown, Black Caesar), Kane Hodder (Hatchet, Jason VII - X, Chillerama) and you'll get an exclusive backstage pass into the Goblin / Claudio Simonetti concert with a special introduction by Fangoria's Editor in Chief, Chris Alexander.

Read more...
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New "Fright Bytes" heads to Shock Stock

  • Fangoria
This episode of Fright Bytes (the 20th!) features the Shock Stock convention in London, Ontario April 13-15, 2012. Your hosts, Fangoria scribe Lianne Spiderbaby and co-host Steve Mac interview Fred "The Hammer" Williamson (Bucktown, Black Caesar), Kane Hodder (Hatchet, Jason VII - X, Chillerama) and you'll get an exclusive backstage pass into the Goblin / Claudio Simonetti concert with a special introduction by Fangoria's Editor in Chief, Chris Alexander.

Read more...
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New "Fright Bytes" heads to Shock Stock

  • Fangoria
This episode of Fright Bytes (the 20th!) features the Shock Stock convention in London, Ontario April 13-15, 2012. Your hosts, Fangoria scribe Lianne Spiderbaby and co-host Steve Mac interview Fred "The Hammer" Williamson (Bucktown, Black Caesar), Kane Hodder (Hatchet, Jason VII - X, Chillerama) and you'll get an exclusive backstage pass into the Goblin / Claudio Simonetti concert with a special introduction by Fangoria's Editor in Chief, Chris Alexander.

Read more...
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DVD Review: Goblin

Goblin

Stars: Gil Bellows, Tracy Spiridakos, Camille Sullivan, Erin Boyes | Written by Raul Inglis | Directed by Jeffery Scott Lando

In 1831, on the eve of Halloween, the villagers of Hollow Glen engage in an annual festival where they toss their diseased crops into a blazing fire, in hopes of blessing them with an abundant field for the next year. But when one couple takes the ritual too far and throws their sickly, deformed child into the inferno, their murderous action results in something far more horrific than they could have imagined. Out of the ashes and smoke rises something so evil, so monstrous, that the town is forever cursed. This creature is known as the Goblin… and he waits for the moments when he can seek his revenge!

Another in the long line of Syfy channel original movies, Goblin makes it UK DVD debut two years after originally airing in the Us.
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Competition: Win a copy of horror film ‘Goblin’ on DVD

Starring Gil Bellows (The Shawshank Redemption, Flash Forward), gruesome sci-fi horror Goblin is available on DVD and download to own and rent on 12th March 2012 courtesy of Lionsgate – and we have two copies to giveaway, absolutely free!

In 1831, on the eve of Halloween, the villagers of Hollow Glen engage in an annual festival where they toss their diseased crops into a blazing fire, in hopes of blessing them with an abundant field for the next year. But when one couple takes the ritual too far and throws their sickly, deformed child into the inferno, their murderous action results in something far more horrific than they could have imagined. Out of the ashes and smoke rises something so evil, so monstrous, that the town is forever cursed. This creature is known as The Goblin…and he waits for the moments when he can seek his revenge!

To win one of two copies of Goblin on DVD,
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Goblin (2010)

  • Planet Fury
Oh, to be a young girl in a made-for-television horror film!

Everyone is against you and no one could possibly ever understand your emotional turmoil, but you reserve the right to be upset when they die. Syfy’s Goblin is like an episode of "Party of Five," except more characters lose their intestines.

Goblin is a tricky beast. It’s both so-bad-it’s-good at moments and so overwhelmingly boring at other moments. Back in the year of 1831 in the small town of Hollowglen the townspeople burn a witch’s deformed baby. Why, you ask? Because it’s a cleansing fire that is supposed to rid the town of bad things. Seemingly, they’ve never meddled with this witch (who uses none of her powers to stop the loonies from burning her baby alive). Once the baby is crispy, she summons up a goblin to eat babies in the vicinity of Hollowglen on every Halloween.
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