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Indie Spotlight

We’re back with the latest edition of the Indie Spotlight, which contains recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a new trailer for The Secret Village, premiere details for Pain is Beautiful, an interview for Almost Human, and more:

The Secret Village Trailer: “Written by Jason B. Whittier and Kandan, The Secret Village follows Greg (Jonathan Bennett), an unsuccessful screenwriter and Rachel (Ali Faulkner), a spunky journalist, as they research an outbreak of mass hysteria and ergot poisoning in a small village. They rent a house together and start to uncover a secret that has affected this village for years. But the cult activity has been kept a secret by locals Joe (Stelio Savante) and Paul (Richard Riehle) and when Greg disappears, Rachel is left alone to unravel the mystery and save their lives. Kef Lee, Toby Gadison and Karin Duseva round out the cast.
See full article at DailyDead »

FEARnet to Premiere Over 30 Short Films During 2013

FEARnet.com is premiering over 30 genre-centric short films in 2013, treating viewers to an eclectic blend of festival favorites, international picks, rarely-seen gems, and more. New titles have already begun appearing on the site and will continue to be added every other week.

All of the short films can be viewed at FEARnet.com.

From the Press Release:

As part of its movement to original short-form programming, FEARnet is proud to introduce all-new episodes of the popular 30-Second Bunnies Theatre franchise, made exclusively for FEARnet by creator Jennifer Shiman—a horror enthusiast and work-from-home mom who began making these animated shorts in 2004, with her well-received re-imagining of The Exorcist. “I’m a huge horror fan, first and foremost,” said Shiman, who creates the shorts, herself, over the course of six weeks. “The Exorcist is one of my favorite horror movies, and I always had an interest in cartoons and animation. The
See full article at Dread Central »

Red Carpet Charity Event for Japan Earthquake Relief

by Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Many celebrities within the horror community and industry (as well as other genre's) are banding together to raise money to aid in relief of the recent Japan Earthquake and Tsunami victims.

If you happen to be in or around the Hollywood area on April 7th, it would be great if you could take part in this important relief effort.

Check out the details below sent by the charity organizer and host, Tara Cardinal.

From The Release:

They say you can measure the size of a person's heart by the size of their fist. On April 7th you can measure the size of a celebs heart by their brain. Some of Hollywood's top talent, creators and stars are coming out to support the relief efforts in Japan, compounded by yet another earthquake on Monday Morning.

Celebs will meet at Dark Delicacies in Burbank to sign 8X10 photos for the fans,
See full article at MoreHorror »

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