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‘What Death Leaves Behind’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Khalil McMillan, Vincent Young, Shaira Barton, Christopher Mann, Erin O’Brien, Johnny Alonso, Alexandra Tydings, Kelly Dowdle, Shaira Barton, Amanda Diaz, Dennis Jeantet, Al Sotto | Written by Chad Morton, Rachel K. Ofori, Scott A. Hamilton, Nico Giampietro | Directed by Scott A. Hamilton

Cellular memory – A parallel hypothesis to body memory positing that memories can be stored outside the brain in all cells. The idea that non-brain tissues can have memories is believed by some who have received organ transplants, though this is considered impossible.

Cellular memory is also the main premise behind What Death Leaves Behind.

For me at least, the idea of cellular memory does seem a little bit silly (I’m sure there’s an episode of The Simpsons about it) and in the wrong hands, trying to make it into a grounded and serious movie it could fall apart completely. But thankfully director Scott A. Hamilton
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Horror Highlights: New Halloween Items from Horror Decor, Terrortory, Queer Ghost Hunters, The ID

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
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Kevin Sorbo's Coffin to Be Opened In L.A.

There's lots of stuff going on in the city of angels this month, and if you're in the area you may want to take some time to pay your respects at the theatre carrying Kevin Sorbo's Coffin.

The flick directed by Kipp Tribble and Derik Wingo, comes from executive producer Spencer F. Johnson will be making its premiere on Thursday October 27th at Laemmle Sunset 5 theater in Hollywood and run for the next week.

Sorbo stars along with Bruce Davison, Johnny Alonso, Patrick Barnitt, Luke Barnett and Sunny Doench. Dig on the trailer and artwork below.

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Clowns director has a bloody Bounty; exclusive pics

  • Fangoria
Kevin Kangas, writer and director of the Fear Of Clowns movies, got in touch with news and a couple of exclusive photos (see them below) from his latest feature, Bounty. The basic premise is simple, Kangas tells us: “What if Dog the Bounty Hunter was in a horror film?

“It’s about a team of seasoned bounty hunters on the trail of a man who appears to be a serial killer, but the truth is much worse,” he continues. “It’s a strange movie, and I’ve been pretty vague about it because I don’t want people going in knowing very much. But fans of horror who are also into Cops and Dog The Bounty Hunter—I’m one of them—will probably enjoy it. Like my other films, Bounty was shot entirely in Maryland, primarily in Glen Burnie and Baltimore, and it stars cage-fighter-turned-actor Tom Proctor, Neil Conway,
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