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Watch the Official Trailer for Found Footage 3D

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The set of a scary movie becomes the site of real-life frights in the first trailer for Found Footage 3D, a self-aware horror movie that will make its world premiere at Bruce Campbell’s Horror Film Festival on August 20th in Chicago before enjoying its international premiere at London’s FrightFest on August 29th:

Press Release: Austin, Texas – Wednesday, August 10, 2016 – The terrifying trailer for the upcoming horror film Found Footage 3D was released today. Those with 3D TVs, Vr goggles, Google Cardboard, or red-blue 3D glasses can watch the 3D version of the trailer by signing up for the Found Footage 3D backstage area. The film will celebrate its World Premiere at Bruce Campbell’s Horror Film Festival in Chicago on August 20th, and will also have its International Premiere at FrightFest in London on August 29th. Directed by Steven DeGennaro, Found Footage 3D gives found footage a shot in
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Round-Up: The Lost Boys Leather Jacket Auction, Exclusive Refuge Q&A, MST3K, Venom Blu-ray / DVD, The Hours Till Daylight

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Great news for fans of Joel Schumacher's The Lost Boys—an auction of Dwayne's leather jacket and costume is going on right now and will continue until February 26th. Also: a Q&A with Refuge director Andrew Robertson and release details for MST3K: Vol. Xxxv, Venom, and The Hours Till Daylight.

The Lost Boys & Other Entertainment Memorabilia Auction: Press Release: "Prop Store is pleased to bring vampire Dwayne’s (Billy Wirth) Death Scene Leather Jacket and Costume from the 80’s classic The Lost Boys to their online auction site. Joel Schumacher’s 1987 vampire classic pitted a deadly group of vampires against a pair of brothers in a battle to save their family. The Dwayne vampire jacket on offer comes from the character’s death scene in which Sam (Corey Haim) shoots the vampire with an arrow, sending him back into a stereo which electrocutes him. Resembling a heavily worn biker outfit,
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Exclusive Refuge Clips and Q&A with Director Andrew Robertson

Andrew Robertson’s survival horror feature Refuge​​ is now available on VOD and iTunes (and more) via Gravitas Ventures so we thought it time to catch up with the writer and director, who dished on the film and provided us with… Continue Reading →

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There is No Refuge in a Post-apocalyptic Future

The post-apocalyptic thriller Refuge has completed its film festival run. Now, this title is heading towards a Video-on-demand release, via Gravitas Ventures. The release is just under a week away, February 16th. And, a review of the film was posted on 28Dla, in 2014; it is available here: (Refuge Review on 28Dla). The film involves a family trying to survive under dire circumstances. Developed by director Andrew Robertson, the film stars Sebastian Beacon, Chris Kies, Carter Roy and Amy Rutberg. A preview of the film's launch is available here. From the official synopsis, a catastrophic event has taken place, globally. Now, a family struggles to survive day to day. Meanwhile, a group of bandits have found them and they hope to take what little they have. This family will have to fight back, or face even worse horrors. On February 16th, the film will be available on iTunes and Amazon. Fans
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'Refuge' director talks about his pandemic apocalypse movie

'Refuge' director talks about his pandemic apocalypse movie
In the new independent horror movie Refuge, Carter Roy, Amy Rutberg, and young actress Eva Grace Kellner play a family trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic world where the population has been almost entirely wiped out by disease. Given recent, panic-causing news events, the film could hardly be more topical. So what is it like to have made a movie about a global pandemic just as people are reaching for their face masks? "It’s incredibly coincidental that it’s peaking right now," says Refuge director Andrew Robertson, whose film recently played the Toronto After Dark and L.A.-based Screamfest genre festivals.
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There is No Refuge in the Post-apocalyptic Film Genre: A Movie Review

*full disclosure: an online screener of this film was provided by the filmmakers. Director: Andrew Robertson. Writers: Lilly Kanso and Andrew Robertson. Cast: Sebastian Beacon, Chris Kies and Carter Roy. Tagline: "Stay Hidden, Stay Quiet, Stay Alive." Refuge is a small post-apocalyptic film from first time director Andrew Robertson. The film is shot in a very bleak style, reminiscent of John Hillcoat's The Road (2009). The colours look very grey. As well, the story offers desperation. A small family is stuck in their home as a pandemic still lurks on the horizon. Anyone can catch a deadly, new sickness, which is resistant to antibiotics. Still, life must trudge on. Robertson's film offers a few compelling action scenes. But, Refuge also offers a few strange turns, in its short seventy minute runtime. The story begins with Jack (Carter Roy), Kyle (Chris Kies), Nell (Amy Rutberg) and Birdie. This loose knit group
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Indie Spotlight: Found Footage 3D, Fetish Factory, Mania

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We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes new details on Found Footage 3D and Mania, photos from Refuge and a poster from Fetish Factory, release dates announced for Skypemare, Soulmate, and The Inside, a trailer for When Black Birds Fly and Zombie Hood, and more:

New Details on Found Footage 3D: “…the producers of upcoming horror film Found Footage 3D announced the launch of their Indiegogo campaign to obtain additional funding for post-production and marketing expenses.

Produced by Kim Henkel, co-creator of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Found Footage 3D tells the story of a group of filmmakers who set out to make “the first 3D found-footage horror film,” but find themselves in a found-footage horror film when the evil entity from their movie escapes into their behind-the-scenes footage.

“What Scream did for slasher films,
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Exclusive: Filmmaker Andrew Robertson Talks Screamfest L.A. Premiere of Refuge

With Andrew Robertson’s survival horror feature Refuge set for its L.A. premiere this coming Saturday, October 18, at 6:00 pm at the prestigious Screamfest Film Festival, read on for our exclusive interview with the writer/director, and have a look at… Continue Reading →

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Indie Spotlight

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We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes release details and the trailer for Chemical Peel, premiere details for Refuge, Day for Night, and Perfidy, a new Summer of Blood trailer and much more:

Chemical Peel Release Details and Exclusive Comments from Actress Natalie Victoria: Actress Natalie Victoria stars in “Chemical Peel,” a Lionsgate Home Entertainment Release that will be available on October 14th. Here are some comments from Natalie on us why she enjoyed working on this movie:

“I think the best thing about this film is it’s a unique, fun, realistic concept that will scare people, you know? I love films that are set in a real and really raw reality that frighten you to the core. Chemical Peel is a real ‘what would You do?’ kind of film that gets you thinking,
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Check Out the Trailer for the Screamfest Entry Refuge

Screamfest is about a week out in Los Angeles. Per usual, it will bring a handful of promising new genre titles and Refuge is one we've got our eye on this year.

Directed by Andrew Robertson, the film is a post-apocalyptic thriller set amid the ruins of a collapsed America.

Refuge chronicles a family's struggle to survive and rebuild a life in the wake of a great catastrophic plague. Living in isolation, within an old boarded up home, they do their best to maintain a sense of normalcy amidst a lawless world of roaming gangs and dwindling resources.

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Andrew Robertson's Post-apocalyptic Thriller Refuge to Show at Screamfest La

Several films will attend this year's Screamfest La. One of those titles is Refuge, which is one part John Hillcoat's The Road (2009) and one part Douglas Aarniokoski's The Day (2011). This post-apocalyptic title will have its Los Angeles debut this October 16th, 2014. The film stars Sebastian Beacon, Chris Kies and Carter Roy. A preview for the film's launch is here. Plot details involve a devastated America. A catastrophe has ruined civilization and raiders roam the roads. One family struggles to survive, while hoping to find shelter at a nearby mansion. A gang of looters and robbers lie in between them and their refuge. The trailer for Refuge is hosted below. The clip shows the family hiding in a dilapidated home. When a group of killers finds them, they must fight to stay alive. Full of violence, the clip is available past the break. Release Date: October 18th, 2014 (Limited Theatrical). Director: Andrew Robertson.
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Screamfest Announces First Wave of Films! See No Evil 2, Suburban Gothic, Julia, More!

It's that time of the year again, kids! One of the best damned film festivals in the world, Screamfest L.A. Horror, which is taking place in Los Angeles October 14-23, has announced its first wave of titles; and there's plenty of blood to splatter around!

From the Press Release

Screamfest®, from the festival that brought you such films as Trick ‘r Treat, Paranormal Activity, The Human Centipede and American Mary, announces the first wave of the 2014 festival. Screamfest® kicks off its 14th annual event in Los Angeles on October 14-23 at the Tcl Chinese 6 Theatres.

First Wave Screening Highlights at Screamfest 2014

The Creep Behind the Camera (Us) – Directed by Pete Schuermann. The Creep Behind the Camera was an actual filmmaker named Vic Savage; a real scumbag whose only real skill was in his uncanny ability to convince the residents of 1960 Glendale, California that he was making the biggest, the Best monster movie ever made!
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First Films Announced for Screamfest 2014

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Halloween season is right around the corner and that means it’s almost time for another Screamfest. The L.A. film festival that showcased movies like the cult classic Trick ‘r Treat and the franchise-spawning Paranormal Activity is now entering its 14th year. The first wave of the festival’s films have been revealed and will feature zombies, ghosts, and the return of slasher Jacob Goodnight.

The 14th annual Screamfest runs from October 14th – 23rd at the Tcl Chinese 6 Theatres in L.A.:

Hollywood, CA., August 18, 2014 – “Screamfest®, from the festival that brought you such films as Trick ‘r Treat, Paranormal Activity, The Human Centipede and American Mary, announces the first wave of the 2014 festival. Screamfest® kicks off its 14th annual event in Los Angeles on October 14 through October 23 at the Tcl Chinese 6 Theatres (6801 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028).

First Wave Screening Highlights at Screamfest 2014

· The Creep Behind The Camera (Us) – Directed by Pete Schuermann.
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