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Residents of southern California, get pumped! Insomniac presents its annual Halloween festival and its centerpiece is Escape: Psycho Circus! This two-night event kicks off in San Bernardino on October 28th. Also: American Murder Song's extended tour dates, The ID autograph signing at Dark Delicacies, She Rises and Hidden in the Woods news, and a new trailer for Beyond the Walls.
Two-Night Escape: Psycho Circus Event Details: "Insomniac’s annual Halloween festival in Southern California, Escape: Psycho Circus is an over-the-top two-night nightmarish circus featuring some of the biggest DJs in the world – The Chainsmokers, Benny Benassi, Duke Dumont, Kaskade, Martin Solveig, Tiesto and so many more will join together for two nights of wicked fun at the Nos Events Center in San Bernardino October 28-29 this year.
Last year’s festival drew 90,000 attendees for an unforgettable psycho weekend, taking guests on a haunting musical journey and this year is likely to, »
- Tamika Jones
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Hutson Ranch Media and Panic Ventures, Inc. have announced that Thommy Hutson's indie thriller The Id will debut on Blu-ray October 25th. Starring genre fave Amanda Wyss (Tina in Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street) as a lonely woman trapped in the abusive prison of her childhood home with her tyrannical father. A chance at real happiness sends her on a direct path with the confrontation she's avoided all her life, setting off a nightmarish world of nerve-shredding suspense and claustrophobic terror.
The Id, which won Best Thriller at The Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival, was directed by Hutson from a script by Sean H. Stewart and produced by Hutson and Daniel Farrands (The Haunting in Connecticut, »
Horror Decor's Halloween Line continues with Cuddle Creeps, garden flags, a Franken-candle, and more. Also in today's Horror Highlights: details on Terrortory and Queer Ghost Hunters, as well as Blu-ray release info for The Id.
Horror Decor's Second Wave of Halloween Items: From Horror Decor: “At Horror Decor, the place is overflowing with Halloween products over the last few weeks! From the Vintage Halloween Masks line and Rules of Halloween Candle Set, to the new Killer Pumpkin Ale Candle and Sleepy Hollow Garden Flag, the anticipation for All Hollows Eve is ramping up. Today, Horror Decor released Part 2 of their Halloween line.
First, they partnered up, once again, with Rondal Scott III from the Strange Kids Club to create another pair of Cuddle Creeps. These limited edition designs are only available during the Halloween season and will disappear on November 1st, so get your order in early.
Next, they introduced »
- Tamika Jones
Let me warn you right now, if you didn’t have a sinking pit in your stomach going into Nashville‘s aptly titled episode “The Trouble With the Truth”, you did by the end. As we near the end of the season things haven’t gotten more intense than they’ve ever been. We’ve seen our Nashville characters go back and forth on certain choices in their lives, but if this episode was any sort of proof, there are just some decisions you have to live with. Juliette is nominated for an Oscar for her role in “Shenadoah Girl”. Her jubilation at this honor
Nashville Review: Everybody Loses »
- Araceli Aviles
Need to catch up? Check out last week’s Nashville recap here.
It’s hard to say which development requires a greater suspension of disbelief in this week’s Nashville: Juliette’s nomination for a Best Actress Academy Award (?!) or her snap realization that not only is Layla sleeping with Avery, Ms. Grant is on a vengeful tear to destroy everything the Shenandoah girl holds dear.
Hey, it’s not like there’s no precedent for a singer-turned-actress to nab a major award early in her acting career. But for every JHud-in-Dreamgirls and Cher-in-Moonstruck, there’s a Mariah-Carey-in-Sparkle and a Madonna-in-Shanghai Surprise. »
In this episode of Nashville, "The Trouble with the Truth," Deacon's past comes back to haunt him at Maddie's emancipation hearing, Juliette struggles to accept Avery's new relationship, Luke faces off against a conservative talk show host and a magazine interview turns sour for Scarlett and Gunnar.
After a night of hook-ups, it's a morning full of surprises. Gunnar and Scarlett, snuggling together in the sack, find themselves late for an interview with Rolling Stone. Luke and Will's appearance on Gma seems to have had the desired effect: one of Will's songs starts to get airplay, even in Nashville. Juliette receives an Oscar nomination for her role as Patsy Cline, and when she calls to tell Avery, she hears Layla in the background. When Rayna and Deacon show up for the emancipation hearing, Deacon discovers that Frankie has come to support Cash.
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