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Filming set to start on Lucky McKee produced ‘Don’t Look There’

Produced by Lucky McKee (May, The Woman, All Cheerleaders Die), director Richard Zelniker’s new thriller Don’t Look There is set to begin filming this winter.

A mystery/thriller about a clinical psychologist (Emmanuelle Vaugier) who’s on a downward spiral as she treats a new patient (Kenny Johnson) that suffers from premonitions. As their sessions deepen, a detective (Kirk Acevedo) solicits her help in hunting down an elusive serial killer terrorizing Detroit during the holiday season.

The film, which stars Natalie Alyn Lind (The Gifted, Gotham), Kirk Acevedo (Insidious: The Last Key, Band of Brothers, Fringe), Emmanuelle Vaugier (Saw 2, CSI: NY), Keesha Sharp (Marshall, Lethal Weapon), Michelle Krusiec (The Invitation) ,Kenny Johnson (Swat, Bates Motel), Patrick Sabongui (Homeland, Drones), Shane Graham (AMC’s The Son, Ride), Kevin Johnson (Ozark), Erin O’Brien (Tremors, Clinton Road), Dave Sheridan (Victor Crowley, Ghost World), Cj Valleroy (Unbroken) and Pip Dwyer (It,
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Horror Highlights: Clive Barker Presents: Reel Fear Horror Contest, Ghost Brothers, The Ranger, Final Girls Berlin Film Festival, Coolsay Too

In today's Horror Highlights, we have an update and a video for Clive Barker Presents: Reel Fear Horror Contest, as well as Ghost Brothers clips, The Ranger casting details, info on the Final Girls Berlin Film Festival, and a new zombie-themed song on Coolzey and Soce the Elemental Wizard's new Ep, Coolsay Too.

Clive Barker Presents: Reel Fear Horror Contest: "Are you more of a slasher fan, or would you prefer a paranormal thriller? Do you like blood and guts, or do the twists and turns of psychological horror keep you on the edge of the seat? Well, now’s the chance for you and genre fans everywhere to greenlight your next favorite horror flick.

Public voting for the “Clive Barker Presents: Reel Fear Horror Contest” from Project Greenlight Digital Studios and Shudder officially opens today!

Filmmakers have submitted one-to-three minute pitches for their original horror film concepts on projectgreenlight.
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Punk Rockers Go On the Run From ‘The Ranger’

Punk Rockers Go On the Run From ‘The Ranger’
Jeremy Holm (pictured above; “House of Cards”, “Mr Robot”), Chloe Levine (The Transfiguration, The Oa), Amanda Grace Benitez (All Cheerleaders Die) star alongside Granit Lahu, Jeremy Pope, and Bubba Weiler star in Larry Fessenden’s Glass Eye Pix and Andrew van den Houten’s Hood River Entertainment The Ranger, which began principal photography this week in New York. The Ranger, directed Jenn Wexler, follows a group of teen punks who get in trouble with […]
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Jenn Wexler’s Punk Thriller The Ranger Casts Three More

Jenn Wexler’s thriller/horror film The Ranger, which began principal photography this week in New York, has added Jeremy Holm (“Mr. Robot”), Chloe Levine (The Transfiguration), and Amanda Grace Benitez (All Cheerleaders Die) to its cast. They join the already confirmed Granit Lahu,… Continue Reading →

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Horror Highlights: Camera Obscura, The Bigfoot Project, Splathouse Productions’ Blue Caveman, Justice Served, Black Rose

This summer, the fine folks over at Chiller Films will release Aaron B. Koontz's feature directorial debut, Camera Obscura, in theaters on June 9th and on VOD and Digital on June 13th. In today's Horror Highlights, we also have release details for The Bigfoot Project, Justice Served, and Black Rose, as well as information on Splathouse Productions' Blue Caveman Indiegogo campaign.

Camera Obscura Release Details: Press Release: "New York, NY – April 11, 2017 – Chiller Films is pleased to announce the release of the anticipated horror thriller Camera Obscura, in theaters on June 9 and on VOD and Digital HD on June 13. The film is written by Aaron B. Koontz and Cameron Burns and marks the theatrical directing debut of Koontz. The cast includes Christopher Denham (“Billions,” “Argo”), Nadja Bobyleva (“Bridge of Spies”), Catherine Curtin (“Stranger Things,” “Orange is the New Black”), Chase Williamson (Siren, “Beyond the Gates”) and Noah Segan (“The Mind’s Eye,
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‘Running Wild’ Exclusive Clip: A Widow Works With Convicts to Save Her Ranch — Watch

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‘Running Wild’ Exclusive Clip: A Widow Works With Convicts to Save Her Ranch — Watch
Running Wild” follows the story of Stella Davis (Dorian Brown Pham), a beautiful young woman whose husband dies in a car accident. After becoming a widow, Stella saves her ranch by working with a group of convicts. Watch an exclusive clip below.

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The clip shows the moment Stella meets the group that will help her save her ranch. Their crimes range from tax evasion and online fraud to possession of firearms, vehicular homicide and grand larceny. While working with these convicts, Stella finds herself facing prejudice, greed and bureaucracy.

The cast includes Sharon Stone (“Basic Instinct”), Tommy Flanagan (“Gladiator”), Jason Lewis (“Sex in the City”), and Tom Williamson (“All Cheerleaders Die”). Flanagan plays the leader of the convicts, and Stone is the villain of the story.

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Trailer & Poster for new exorcism horror ‘Holy Terror’

What do you get when you take a bevy of actresses from 80s sex comedies, the villain from Game of Death & Black Belt Jones, and some of the cast & crew of Samurai Cop 2? You get the brand-new exorcism movie Holy Terror – which is urrently in post production via Cineridge Entertainment.

Believing the strange disturbances in their home are their deceased son reaching out from the other side, Molly (Reiter) and Tom (Hlubik) ask a medium (London) to make contact. But instead of their child, the three accidentally invite a vengeful demon to cross over. After the demon violently possesses Molly’s younger sister (Olson), the couple enlists the help of a disgraced priest (Butler) and his mentor Sister Catherine (DeBell) to attempt a dangerous exorcism.

Holy Terror comes from writer/director Rich Mallery (Sociopathia) and is executive-produced by Gregory Hatanaka (who helmed Samurai Cop 2 from a script co-written by Mallery) and stars MeatballsKristine DeBell,
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Running Wild starring Sharon Stone and Tommy Flanagan In Theaters February 10th

Sp Releasing and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will release Running Wild in select theaters and On Demand February 10, 2017.

Running Wild tells the story of a young widow trying to save her ranch following her husband’s fatal car crash. She creates a convict rehabilitation program, working with a herd of wild horses that have wandered onto her property. She did not anticipate the greed, bureaucracy and vanity that she must overcome to heal the convicts, the horses and ultimately herself.

Check out the trailer:

Running Wild stars Sharon Stone (Casino, Basic Instinct), Tommy Flanagan (FX’s “Sons of Anarchy,” Gladiator), Jason Lewis (NBC’s “Midnight, Texas,” HBO’s “Sex and the City”), Dorian Brown Pham (FX’s “Wilfred,” Home Run), and Tom Williamson (Freeform’s “The Fosters,” All Cheerleaders Die). The film is directed by Alex Ranarivelo (American Wrestler: The Wizard) and written by multi-hyphenate Christina Moore (Pray for Rain,
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Toronto: ‘Don’t Breathe’ Star Daniel Zovatto Joins John Cusack in Thriller ‘Misfortune’

Toronto: ‘Don’t Breathe’ Star Daniel Zovatto Joins John Cusack in Thriller ‘Misfortune’
“Don’t Breathe” star Daniel Zovatto has joined John Cusack and Willa Fitzgerald in the chase thriller “Misfortune” with filming starting Oct. 3 in Savannah, Ga.

Radiant Films International made the announcement Thursday on the opening day of the Toronto Film Festival, where it is selling rights. Producers are Lee Nelson, David Buelow and David Tish of Envision Media Arts (“Mr. Church” and “Celeste & Jesse Forever”).

Lucky McKee (“All Cheerleaders Die”) is directing from a screenplay by Jared Butler and Lars Norberg.

Cusack will portray a quick-witted businessman who had left everything behind, including his family, to start a new life after embezzling a client’s money. All had been going according to plan until he becomes separated from his cash in the middle of the wilderness.

Zovatto will take on the role of one of three friends in the story who are tempted by the large sum of money found in the wilderness.
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Daniel Zovatto joins chase thriller 'Misfortune'

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Daniel Zovatto joins chase thriller 'Misfortune'
Exclusive: Don’t Breathe star has joined John Cusack in the thriller, which Radiant Films International is selling in Toronto.

Daniel Zovatto, who can be seen in the number one North American release Don’t Breathe, has joined John Cusack in Lucky McKee’s chase thriller Misfortune.

The actor also starred opposite Maika Monroe in Toronto 2014 Midnight Madness selection It Follows.

In Misfortune, he will play one of three friends who stumble upon a treasure trove in the wilderness. The friends must deal with a violent embezzler played by Cusack who will stop at nothing to recover his ill-gotten gains. Willa Fitzgerald (Scream: The TV series) also stars.

All Cheerleaders Die director Lucky McKee is preparing an October 3 start in Savannah, Georgia, on the thriller from a screenplay by Jared Butler and Lars Norberg.

Lee Nelson, David Buelow and David Tish of Envision Media Arts are producing Misfortune.

Daniel Zovatto is an exciting addition to the cast
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North American briefs: Blue Ice Docs nabs 'Abacus' for Canada

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North American briefs: Blue Ice Docs nabs 'Abacus' for Canada
Plus: Jackie Chan, Frederick Wiseman among Academy honourary awards recipients; Palm Springs fest announces 2017 dates; and more…

Blue Ice Docs has acquired Steve James’ Toronto-bound documentary Abacus: Small Enough To Jail ahead of its world premiere.

James chronicles the legal struggles of a small, family-run Manhattan bank that was the only financial institution to be criminally indicted in the wake of the 2008 mortgage crisis.

Toronto-based Blue Ice struck the deal with Julie Goldman of Motto Pictures in New York.

The board of governors of the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences voted on Tuesday night to present honourary awards to Jackie Chan, film editor Anne V. Coates, casting director Lynn Stalmaster and documentarian Frederick Wiseman. Top brass at the 28th Palm Springs International Film Festival announced on Thursday that the California festival will run from January 2-16, 2017. The Film Awards Gala is set for January 2.Production has begun at an undisclosed location on All Cheerleaders Die writer-director
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79th And Broadway to sell 'She’s Allergic To Cats'

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79th And Broadway to sell 'She’s Allergic To Cats'
Exclusive: Producer Andrew van den Houten’s fledgling New York-based finance, sales, distribution company has boarded world sales rights ahead of the film’s world premiere at Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal on July 21.

Music video director Michael Reich’s feature debut is based on his experiences as a dog groomer and follows a character with artistic ambitions who inhabits a lo-fi dreamscape that explodes when he meets a special woman.

Reich said She’s Allergic To Cats was funded entirely by savings accrued from his work as a body double for one of the Daft Punk robots, a role he has performed since 2005 when he starred in Electroma.

The film-maker’s music video credits include Ryan Adams, The Shins, Bad Religion, Yuck, and My Chemical Romance.

van den Houten has been involved in the development, financing, production and distribution of more than 20 features and his producer credits include All Cheerleaders Die, The Woman and [link
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John Cusack To Suffer From "Misfortune"

John Cusack is in advanced negotiations to star in the wild-chase thriller "Misfortune" for Radiant Films International and Envision Media Arts.

Cusack plays a sharp, quick-witted businessman who starts a new life after embezzling a client's money. Separated from his cash in the middle of the wilderness, he will do anything to get it back from the three young friends who happened upon it.

Lucky McKee ("The Woman," "All Cheerleaders Die") will direct from a screenplay by Jared Butler and Lars Norberg. Lee Nelson and David Buelow will produce.

Source: Radiant Films
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Cherry Tree Review

Witchcraft captures an obscure subgenre of horror that’s rarely represented through similar methods (look at such varying titles as All Cheerleaders Die/The Witch/Lords Of Salem). Halloween imagery always includes green-faced, cackling witches, broomsticks and all, but films tend to focus more on their cultish behavior.

Ireland’s latest genre effort, Cherry Tree, is another such film about dark magic and satanic worship, yet even with Clive-Barker-inspired visuals, these deceiving looks are hollow to the core. It’s as terrifying as something like The Moth Diaries or Embrace Of The Vampire, which of course means there’s no terror at all – just centipedes, witches, and a fixation on cherries that’ll have your empty tummy rumbling in dissatisfaction.

Naomi Battrick stars as Faith, a misunderstood loner who struggles with her social status. Matters only worsen when she learns that her already ailing father, Sean (Sam Hazeldine), has received
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Tales of Halloween movie review: buckets of blood, and lots of laughs

The best of the bunch in this anthology of vaguely interconnected shorts are the outrageous and uproarious genre pastiches “Friday the 31st” and “Bad Seed.” I’m “biast” (pro): nothing

I’m “biast” (con): not impressed by most movies labeled “horror”

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Most horror movies don’t usually do much for me — I tend not to find gore frightening — and the ones that are supposed to be funny typically do even less: I tend not to find gore funny, either. But the little packages of horror and horror comedy that make up the new anthology Tales of Halloween offer among them a few gems that made me laugh out loud or shiver with their creepy atmosphere.

The ten stories here are vaguely interconnected: they’re meant to be occurring in the same Los Angeles neighborhood on the same Halloween night,
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Movie Review – Tales of Halloween (2015)

Tales of Halloween, 2015.

Directed by Darren Lynn Bousman, Axelle Carolyn, Adam Gierasch, Andrew Kasch, Neil Marshall, Lucky McKee, Mike Mendez, Dave Parker, Ryan Schifrin, John Skipp and Paul Solet.


An anthology of ten creepy tales set around Halloween night, featuring the likes of candy-munching demons, mischievous imps and a killer pumpkin.

Horror anthologies are back with a bang, led by the twin franchises of V/H/S and The ABCs of Death. The latest compendium of creeptastic shorts to hit the UK is Tales of Halloween, which features ten horror tales set on Halloween night, from a host of different directors, including Neil Marshall (The Descent) and Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II-iv). With dark comedy and gore by the bucketload, this is the sort of film that will immediately become a cult favourite in the world of Halloween movies.

The framing device is a suitably slimline one, taking the
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Screamfest 2015 Film Lineup unvelied; 'Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension' to premiere

The Screamfest Horror Film Festival is the longest running horror film festival in the United States, now in its 15th year. The festival has been responsible for premiering many now classic horror films such as Paranormal Activity and Feast, both of which are having anniversary screenings at this year's festival. Additionally, Screamfest will be screening the premiere of Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension.

The 2015 festival will run from October 13th through the 22nd in Hollywood, California at the Tcl Chinese 6 Theatres.

Screamfest has an amazing star-studded lineup this year, and if you live in Los Angeles, you owe it to yourself to check out a movie or two, or three or four or all of them. Many of the screenings include discussions with filmmakers such as John and Clu Gulager, James Franco, and more. You can check out the programming and purchase tickets at the festival website Screamfest.
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Interview with Tales Of Halloween’s Lucky McKee

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To celebrate the October 16th release of the horror anthology Tales of Halloween, Daily Dead spoke to the filmmakers behind the movie to discuss the project, their individual contributions and more.

Lucky McKee is a completely singular filmmaker. From The Woods to The Woman, May to All Cheerleaders Die, he has worked through similar, often feminist, themes but never made the same movie twice. His segment in Tales of Halloween, a beautiful dark fairy tale called “Ding Dong,” represents yet another change of pace for the director.

How did you come to be involved with the movie? If I’m not mistaken, you’re the only filmmaker who’s not based in L.A. and who flew into town to shoot a segment.

Lucky McKee: Yeah, I was in the middle of a road trip and Axelle called me to ask if I wanted in on Tales of Halloween.
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New Poster for Tales Of Halloween

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Many horror fans are looking forward to seeing what tricks and treats will be in store when Tales of Halloween hits select theaters and VOD on October 16th, and to help hold viewers over, Epic Pictures Group has unveiled a new poster for the festive anthology.

"Cult filmmakers and familiar genre faces come together to bring you the ultimate Halloween film event with horror anthology Tales Of Halloween.

A suburban American town is terrorized by ghouls, aliens, and killers on one Halloween night.

Directors Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II, III and IV), Axelle Carolyn (Soulmate), Adam Gierasch (Night of the Demons), Andrew Kasch (Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy), Neil Marshall (The Descent), Lucky McKee (All Cheerleaders Die, The Woman), Mike Mendez (Big Ass Spider!), Dave Parker (The Hills Run Red), Ryan Schifrin (Abominable), John Skipp (Stay at Home Dad), and Paul Solet (Grace).

Cast includes Rocky Horror Picture
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The Woods | Blu-ray Review

Horror director Lucky McKee unfortunately remains one of those unknown, peripheral genre names, mostly thanks to a number of compromised or abandoned projects following his formidable 2002 debut, May. Over the past several years, he’s made headlines for 2011’s The Woman (another underrated gem from his filmography), and most recently the co-directed effort All Cheerleaders Die in 2013, an expansion of his 2001 short film, which is more or less the comically inclined romp you’d assume it to be. Prizing complex female characterizations, usually featuring muse Angela Bettis, McKee’s twisted visions, though few and far between, are enjoyable and entertaining, usually enhanced by a bit of subtext. About a decade ago, McKee’s sophomore feature, The Woods, would finally land on DVD in the Us following a limited festival circuit run, treated to a torturous release platform despite featuring several notable cast members. A period piece set amongst an all-girls
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