As far as new indie horror movies go, both A Dark Song and Raw come home this Tuesday and are well worth your time, and for those of you Winchester brothers fans out there, the 12th season of Supernatural is being released this week, too.
Other notable titles for September 5th include The Spell, The Atoning, The Basement, I Saw What You Did, and a 4K Ultra HD release of The Cabin in the Woods.
Each episode of “Death Row Stories” centers on a different capital murder case and calls into question the beliefs surrounding the death penalty and American justice system.
“This series is about the search for justice and truth, we are pleased to be working with Alex Gibney to tell these important stories and give a voice to these cases,” Redford said.
“Death Row Stories” premieres on March 9, with the first seg exploring the case of Edward Lee Elmore, an African-American handyman charged with the murder of a white woman in the South in 1982.
Redford and Laura Michalchyshyn are exec producing on behalf of Sundance Prods., and Gibney, Dave Snyder, Stacey Offman and Brad Hebert on behalf of Jigsaw Prods.
For the full run down, check out the Con’s website. For the highlights, peruse below:
10:00-11:00 Star Wars: Collectibles Update— Join eFX, Gentle Giant Studios, Kotobukiya, and Sideshow Collectibles for product development insights and exclusive previews of the latest in Star Wars collectibles. Moderated by Chris Spitaleof Lucas Licensing. Room 7Ab
10:00-11:00 Remembering Jerry Robinson and Joe Simon— Jerry Robinson was a key artist on Batman in the 1940s, the co-creator of The Joker, and later an accomplished newspaper strip artist and political cartoonist. Joe Simon was half of the legendary team of Simon and [Jack] Kirby, the co-creator
On Monday, June 25th, a funeral service was held for Robert L. Washington III in the Bronx borough of New York City, with a second service to come in Detroit, Michigan. The service was attended by various comic book creators, classmates, and friends from Robert’s various creative, work, and hobby circles.
Through the actions of Robert’s friends from Milestone Media, Inc. and his classmates from The Roeper School, The Hero Initiative was able to use all of your donations to pay for the service and provide Robert’s mother and two of his sisters with the means to travel from Detroit, Michigan to New York and give him a proper funeral.
via The Hero Initiative.
There were over 300 contributors to his cause, and we honor them below.
We recently got word about the video for the up-and-coming artist's song "Nightwatch", which plays out like a slasher/haunted house film, and thought we'd share. Directed by Neil Kellen and Lewis D. Chaney, the video stars Larissa Ross, Rusty James, Derek Mullins, Seth Cheek, Cindy Maples, and Megan (Jones) McGregor along with Fedora. The F/X were handled by Dave Snyder.
Take a look at "Nightwatch" below, and let us know if you think it has the makings to be the next memorable horror music video. And then check out Mina Fedora on Facebook.
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