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Fright Exclusive Interview with The Conjuring’s Kyla Deaver!!

8 July 2013 10:47 AM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

*Editor’s note: Day of the Woman/Icons of Fright’s own Brittney-Jade Colangelo had the chance to chat with The Conjuring‘s Kyla Deaver recently, and we thought you fright fiends would dig it. Read on!

Before Ed and Lorraine Warren stepped foot into the infamous home that inspired The Amityville Horror, they endured the haunted Rhode Island farmhouse of the Perron family, and their experiences were finally given the film treatment. James Wan’s upcoming supernatural horror film, The Conjuring, boasts a star-studded cast including Vera Farmiga (Bates Motel, The Orphan) and Patrick Wilson, (Insidious, Hard Candy) but this creep-fest has also assembled quite the impressive cast of child actors to play the Perron Family children. Up and coming actress, Kyla Deaver, plays April Perron, the youngest of the Perron children in The Conjuring. Deaver is only 10 years old, and already has countless commercial and modeling gigs under her belt. »

- SMITH

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Christoph Waltz joins Robert De Niro and Jason Clarke in The Candy Store

14 May 2013 12:22 PM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

This movie just got a whole lot more interesting. Christoph Waltz has joined Robert De Niro and Jason Clarke in The Candy Shop. The film, "interweaves several storylines set against a dynamic criminal underworld in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn. A former covert operative (Jason Clarke) discovers the organization he was dedicated to fighting is now operating in his new backyard. When he teams up with a disgraced local cop (Robert De Niro), their investigation leads them to an international »

- Niki Stephens

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New Clips from Shadow People

19 March 2013 6:06 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Today sees the Blu-ray/DVD release of Shadow People, starring The Walking Dead’s Dallas Roberts. If you’re interested in learning more about the movie, check out two clips and real life claims of shadow people encounters.

“They are known by many names in many cultures. In Persia they are called “Bakhtak.” In Japan, they are the “Kanashibari.” In Mexico they’re called the “Subirse el Muerto” and the “Suk Ninmyo” in New Guinea. In America, they are known as “Shadow People.” They are very real, yet no one who has seen them have lived to describe them. Are you willing to believe? Victims report waking from sleep to find themselves paralyzed, a noise buzzing in their head, while a shadowy figure stands watches them, or sometimes even climbs onto their bed. The sightings are widespread around the globe for centuries, but many are afraid to talk about their encounters. »

- Jonathan James

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Shadow People Trailer Appears on the Wall

12 February 2013 1:25 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

The official trailer for Anchor Bay's upcoming spooker Shadow People has arrived, and we have it for you hot and fresh (or maybe cold and dead?) right here. Check it out, and look for the flick in March.

From the Press Release

They are known by many names in many cultures. In Persia they are called “Bakhtak.” In Japan they are the “Kanashibari.” In Mexico they’re called the “Subirse el Muerto” and the “Suk Ninmyo” in New Guinea. In America they are known as “Shadow People.” They are very real; yet, no one who has seen them has lived to describe them. Are you willing to believe? Victims report waking from sleep to find themselves paralyzed, a noise buzzing in their head, while a shadowy figure stands watches them, or sometimes even climbs onto their bed. The sightings are widespread around the globe for centuries, but many are afraid to talk about their encounters. »

- Uncle Creepy

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Shadow People Trailer Released

12 February 2013 11:49 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Anchor Bay Films recently announced the release of Shadow People to Blu-ray/DVD this March. The movie stars The Walking Dead‘s Dallas Roberts and Alison Eastwood, and we have the official trailer for you to watch.

“Beverly Hills, CA – They are known by many names in many cultures. In Persia they are called “Bakhtak.” In Japan, they are the “Kanashibari.” In Mexico they’re called the “Subirse el Muerto” and the “Suk Ninmyo” in New Guinea. In America, they are known as “Shadow People.” They are very real, yet no one who has seen them have lived to describe them. Are you willing to believe? Victims report waking from sleep to find themselves paralyzed, a noise buzzing in their head, while a shadowy figure stands watches them, or sometimes even climbs onto their bed. The sightings are widespread around the globe for centuries, but many are afraid to talk about their encounters. »

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Shadow People Blu-ray and DVD Arrive March 19th

12 February 2013 7:43 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

They are known by many names in many cultures. In Persia they are called "Bakhtak." In Japan, they are the "Kanashibari." In Mexico they're called the "Subirse el Muerto" and the "Suk Ninmyo" in New Guinea. In America, they are known as "Shadow People." They are very real, yet no one who has seen them have lived to describe them. Are you willing to believe? Victims report waking from sleep to find themselves paralyzed, a noise buzzing in their head, while a shadowy figure stands watches them, or sometimes even climbs onto their bed. The sightings are widespread around the globe for centuries, but many are afraid to talk about their encounters. According to experts, these appearances may be tied to a medical mystery of unexplained nocturnal deaths.

Anchor Bay Films presents the March 19th Blu-ray and DVD release of the supernatural thriller, Shadow People. Starring Dallas Roberts (The Walking Dead, »

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Anchor Bay Unveils Shadow People In March

27 January 2013 11:14 AM, PST | Horror News | See recent Horror News news »

March 15th will bring Shadow People to Blu-ray courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment.

Starring Dallas Roberts (“The Walking Dead,” The Grey, “Rubicon”), Alison Eastwood (Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Tightrope), Anne Dudek (“Mad Men,” White Chicks, 10 Items or Less), and Mattie Liptak (Quarantine 2, The Candy Shop) Shadow People promises some creepy fun for all.

From the Press Release:

They are known by many names in many cultures. … Continue reading → »

- Dave Dreher

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Shadow People: Blu-ray/DVD Release Details and Cover Art

23 January 2013 7:56 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Anchor Bay Films has announced that they will release Shadow People to Blu-ray/DVD this march. The movie stars The Walking Dead‘s Dallas Roberts and Alison Eastwood, and we have the official release details and cover art:

“Beverly Hills, CA – They are known by many names in many cultures. In Persia they are called “Bakhtak.” In Japan, they are the “Kanashibari.” In Mexico they’re called the “Subirse el Muerto” and the “Suk Ninmyo” in New Guinea. In America, they are known as “Shadow People.” They are very real, yet no one who has seen them have lived to describe them. Are you willing to believe? Victims report waking from sleep to find themselves paralyzed, a noise buzzing in their head, while a shadowy figure stands watches them, or sometimes even climbs onto their bed. The sightings are widespread around the globe for centuries, but many are afraid to talk about their encounters. »

- Jonathan James

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The 'Shadow People' are Coming

22 January 2013 5:13 PM, PST | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

By Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Anchor Bay Entertainment will be releasing Shadow People March 19th on Blu-ray™ and DVD. Check out the official details below.

From the Press Release:

They are known by many names in many cultures. In Persia they are called “Bakhtak.” In Japan, they are the “Kanashibari.” In Mexico they’re called the “Subirse el Muerto” and the “Suk Ninmyo” in New Guinea. In America, they are known as “Shadow People.” They are very real, yet no one who has seen them have lived to describe them. Are you willing to believe? Victims report waking from sleep to find themselves paralyzed, a noise buzzing in their head, while a shadowy figure stands watches them, or sometimes even climbs onto their bed. The sightings are widespread around the globe for centuries, but many are afraid to talk about their encounters. According to experts, these appearances may be tied »

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Anchor Bay's Shadow People Coming to Get You in March

22 January 2013 3:38 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

The Shadow People are finally coming home in March, and Anchor Bay has provided us with the artwork and more. Check out the goods now, and for the love of all that is holy, arm yourself with really bright spotlights!

From the Press Release

They are known by many names in many cultures. In Persia they are called “Bakhtak.” In Japan they are the “Kanashibari.” In Mexico they’re called the “Subirse el Muerto” and the “Suk Ninmyo” in New Guinea. In America they are known as “Shadow People.” They are very real; yet, no one who has seen them has lived to describe them. Are you willing to believe? Victims report waking from sleep to find themselves paralyzed, a noise buzzing in their head, while a shadowy figure stands watches them, or sometimes even climbs onto their bed. The sightings are widespread around the globe for centuries, but many »

- Uncle Creepy

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