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Horror Highlights: MST3K Turkey Day Marathon, Comet TV’s November Programming, The Ninth Passenger, Blood Bound, Occupation, My Neighbors Are Dead Podcast, Live-evil

Gather the family around the table, count your blessings, eat lots of food, and then maybe check out the MST3K marathon! Also: a look at Comet TV's November programming, Afm screening details for The Ninth Passenger, Blood Bound, and Occupation, My Neighbors are Dead podcast details, and three clips from Live-Evil.

MST3K Turkey Day Marathon Announced: Press Release: "It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without turkey—cinematic turkey, that is! This Thanksgiving, grab a heaping helping of Mexican three-layer dip and pureed giblets and join your fellow MSTies for the beloved traditional Mystery Science Theater 3000 Turkey Day Marathon. Hosted by show creator Joel Hodgson and MST3K stars Felicia Day and Jonah Ray, this year’s marathon features six classic episodes of MST3K never before included in a Shout! Factory Turkey Day Marathon.

Starting at 12 pm Et / 9 am Pt on Thursday, November 23rd, the holiday marathon will showcase six classic MST3K episodes,
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First Look at ‘Blood Bound’ Promises ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ Meets ‘Drag Me to Hell’

First Look at ‘Blood Bound’ Promises ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ Meets ‘Drag Me to Hell’
Not only did Film Mode Entertainment bring The Ninth Passenger to Afm, but they also presented the Afm World Market Premiere of Blood Bound. Written and directed by Richard LeMay, who recently directed Dementia 13, Blood Bound has been described as “Rosemary’s Baby meets Drag Me to Hell,” and it stars Eden Brolin (“Beyond”) daughter of multiple award-winning actor Josh […]
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Trailer & Poster for the remake of Coppola’s ‘Dementia 13′

Directed by Richard LeMay (Blood Bound) Dementia 13 is a remake/redux/retelling of Francis Ford Coppola 1963’s original, which is notable for a) being one of Coppola’s early forays into directing; and b) being produced by Roger Corman.

This remake, which stars Julia Campanelli, Ana Isabelle, Marianne Noscheze, Channing Pickett, and Christian Ryan; and is written by Dan De Filippo (Shockwave Darkside) and Justin Smith (The Boy, Ominous), follows an old-money family still dealing with the death of its youngest daughter several years later…

While honoring the daughter’s death, a long con, an axe-wielding serial killer, and a vengeful ghost all coalesce in the same night to target the family. Everyone in the family has a secret, nobody wants to face what they did, and for someone to survive, the truth needs to come out – sooner than later.

Produced by Chiller Films, Dementia 13 releases in Us
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First poster and trailer for the Dementia 13 remake

Ahead of its release next month, the first poster and trailer have arrived online for Richard LeMay’s ‘retelling’ of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1963 film Dementia 13. The upcoming horror features a cast that includes Channing Pickett, Marianne Noscheze, Christian Ryan, Julia Campanelli, and Ana Isabelle; check it out here…

Some ghosts you can’t rid of, other ghosts want to get rid of you. This modernized remake of Coppola’s debut film, Dementia 13 follows an old-money family still dealing with the death of its youngest daughter several years later. While honoring the daughter’s death, a long con, an axe-wielding serial killer, and a vengeful ghost all coalesce in the same night to target the family. Everyone in the family has a secret, nobody wants to face what they did, and for someone to survive, the truth needs to come out – sooner than later.

Dementia 13 is set for release on October 6th.
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Dementia 13 trailer lands

Tony Sokol Sep 8, 2017

The new Dementia 13 trailer shows that some children won’t stay submerged.

Chiller Films has dropped the trailer for the upcoming retelling of Francis Ford Coppola’s atmospheric 1963 debut film Dementia 13, which was produced by independent movie maestro Roger Corman.

“A vengeful ghost, a mysterious killer, and a family where everyone has a secret converge in one night of terror,” the official synopsis promises.

The reimaging was directed by Richard LeMay (Blood Bound, Naked As We Come). Dementia 13 was written by Dan DeFilippo, who wrote the screenplays for The Invaders and Chilling Visions: 5 States of Fear) and Justin Smith (SiREN, The Boy).

The original movie told the tale of Luana Anders a scheming young woman who murders her husband and infiltrates his disturbing family’s stately, out-of-the-way mansion on a lake in Ireland. Her plans are interrupted by an axe-wielding lunatic who stalks and hacks up the family.
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First Dementia 13 Remake Trailer

Dementia 13 is the retelling of Francis Ford Coppola’s film of the same name, which was produced by Roger Corman.

The film was written by Dan DeFilippo (The Invaders) and Justin Smith (SiREN, The Boy), is directed by Richard LeMay (Blood Bound, Naked As We Come) and stars Channing Pickett (Redheads Anonymous), Marianne Noscheze (Horror Time), Christian Ryan (Celebrity Ghost Stories, Casters), Julia Campanelli (116) and Ana Isabelle (The Eyes, Lost Cat Corona).

Synopsis:

In Dementia 13, a vengeful ghost, a mysterious killer and a family brimming with secrets converge [Continued ...]
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Chiller Films to release remake of Dementia 13

Chiller Films have announced that they are set to release a remake of the 1963 low-budget horror Dementia 13, which was directed by Francis Ford Coppola and produced by B-movie legend Roger Corman.

Per Coming Soon, the new Dementia 13 is directed by Richard LeMay (The Dark Rite, Naked As We Come) and features a cast that includes Julia Campanelli (Walking Away), Ana Isabelle (The Eye, Lost Cat Corona), Marianne Noscheze (Horror Time), Channing Pickett (Redheads Anonymous) and Christian Ryan (Celebrity Ghost Stories).

Coppola’s first mainstream (i.e. non-nudie) film, Dementia 13 was intended by Corman as a cheap Psycho copy, and follows a woman who tries to get her hands on her late husband’s inheritance, only to find herself tormented by his disturbed family. The remake is said to feature “a vengeful ghost, a mysterious killer and a family brimming with secrets who converge in one night of terror.
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Dementia 13: Chiller Films Releasing Coppola Remake This October

Yesterday Chiller Films announced that they would be releasing Richard LeMay's Dementia 13 in U.S. cinemas and on VOD and Digital HD throughout the month of October. As you peruse the press release below you will see that LeMay's film is a remake of Franics Ford Coppola's 1963 film. The dates for each release are also listed below. There does not appear to be a trailer available for this new version yet. Chiller Films Releases ‘Dementia 13’ In Theaters October 6, 2017 and on VOD and Digital HD October 10, 2017 Chiller Films announces today the release of the upcoming horror thriller Dementia 13, in theaters on October 6, 2017 and on VOD and Digital HD on October 10, 2017. This retelling...

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Chiller Films Set to Release Richard LeMay’s Horror Film Dementia 13

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Chiller Films Set to Release Richard LeMay’s Horror Film Dementia 13
Retribution, bloodshed and mystery are about to collide, as Chiller Films announced today that it’s set to release the upcoming horror movie, ‘Dementia 13.’ The distribution company is set to unveil the thriller in theaters on October 6, which will be followed by a VOD and Digital HD debut on October 10. ‘Dementia 13’ is […]

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Dementia 13 Remake Goes to Chiller Films, Releases October

Chiller Films announced they will release of the upcoming horror thriller Dementia 13 in theaters on October 6, 2017 and on VOD & Digital HD October 10, 2017.

If that title sounds familiar it's because, yes, it is a retelling of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1963 film of the same name (review) that was produced by Roger Corman and which now sits in the public domain.

The updated version is directed by Richard LeMay (“The Dark Rite,” “Naked As We Come”) and is written by Dan DeFilippo (“The Invaders,” “Chilling Visions: 5 Sates of Fear”) and Justin Smith ( [Continued ...]
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African-American Female Team Produce Indie Horror Film ‘The Dark Rite’

When most people think about the combination of Black folks and horror films they think of the stereotypical “first to die” trope (one that is too true), and then depending on your generation, ‘Candyman,’ ‘Blacula,’ or even the TV series ‘True Blood.’ Though a shift is occurring through the continual work of the ladies on the Graveyard Shift Sisters website, initial thoughts certainly do not bend to Black people actually working to make horror films. But then you’d be wrong there too. ‘The Dark Rite’ is a supernatural thriller by director Richard LeMay (‘Naked As We Came’) about a family of witches who descend upon a small town. In the vein...
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Naked As We Came, a Gay-Themed August: Osage County

Naked As We Came, a Gay-Themed August: Osage County
Richard LeMay's family drama Naked As We Came is designed to impart a bit of wisdom: Get out of your own way.

As advice goes, it's not groundbreaking. But, as in life, it's all about the journey, and spending some time with this reconvened clan offers some valuable takeaways.

Lilly (S. Lue McWilliams) is a cancer-stricken, newly penitent matriarch, grudgingly reunited in her final days with bitter daughter Laura (Karmine Alers) and clingy gay son Elliot (Ryan Vigilant).

The kids haven't visited in two years because of a strained relationship caused by Lilly's alcoholism; during that time, Lilly has housed Ted (Benjamin Weaver), a young writer and gay heartthrob who helps her with the cooking, groundskeeping, and grueling day-to-day chore of living throu...
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Naked As We Came Coming to DVD and VOD January 14

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Naked As We Came Coming to DVD and VOD January 14
Centaur Entertainment has announced the official DVD and VOD release of “Naked As We Came,” one of the most lauded films of 2013. The film will be available for home viewing Jan. 14. “Naked As We Came,” written and directed by Richard LeMay, was one of the most award-winning gay films of last year, called “a lovely surprise of a film” by The New York Times and a “thoughtful, sensitive exploration of strained family dynamics” by The Hollywood Reporter. The film has also recevied tons of awards at film festivals around the world. Here’s more about the film: “Naked As We Came, written and directed by Richard LeMay, is a [ Read More ]

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Best. Gay. Week. Ever. (January 30, 2009)

I’ve been thinking about sexuality a lot lately, which is different than thinking about sex, but not by much.

Why are most men the way they are about sex — and so different from most women? Are gay men different from straight men? And what does the internet have to do with it?

Interesting questions, no? Even if they're not, the subject of "Male Sexuality" gives me an excuse to write about sex in this week’s edition of the Best.Gay.Week.Ever!

How Sexual Are You?

In order to get in the mood, let’s begin with a brief quiz, shall we? (Fyi, the quiz program won't let me use "dirty" words — words like "sex".)

Quizzes by Quibblo.com

Male Sexuality Is A Beautiful Thing

I’ve never been one of those who say, “Men are pigs” — implying that those of us with “Y” chromosomes are somehow less evolved or less developed than,
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