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Horror Highlights: Funko’s Horror Plushies, Red Christmas, The Domicile, Fate, Cuties Trailer, Whispers on VOD

Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger, Michael Myers, and Pennywise Horror Plushies from Funko kick off today's Highlights. Also, we have a look at images from Red Christmas, trailers for The Domicile, Fate, and Cuties, and ending today's feature, we have VOD release details for Whispers.

Funko's Horror Plushies: "From Funko: “Plushies: Horror S1

Some horror characters might give you nightmares, or chase you around the neighborhood, but these won’t. They are horrifically cute!

Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers, and Pennywise are now joining the Funko plush line.

Add them all to your collection this Summer!

Coming in September!”

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Red Christmas Images: "Press Release: "Philadelphia, Pa - Artsploitation has released the first images for their upcoming release of the Australian horror film Red Christmas. Genre icon Dee Wallace (The Hills Have Eyes, The Howling, E.T., Cujo, Critters) stars as the stressed-out mother of a squabbling family, gathered together in
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Horror Highlights: Diamond Select Toys, The Wolves Of El Diablo, The Blessed Ones, Altar, Whispers

Ghostbusters action figures highlight a new round of collectibles from Diamond Select toys, and in today's Horror Highlights, we also have release details for Eric Red's new werewolf book, trailers for The Blessed Ones and Altar, and new images from Whispers.

New Diamond Select Toys Collectibles: From Diamond Select Toys: "Another New Toy day has arrived, and a new shipment of Diamond Select Toys items have arrived at your local comic shop! Multiple sets of Minimates mini-figures, from Watchmen, Predator and Forbidden Planet, as well as a popular Back to the Future Time Machine vehicle, are in comic shops now, as well as the fifth assortment of Ghostbusters Movie action figures! Reserve your favorites at your local comic shop, or order through your favorite online retailer!

Back to the Future 2 Hover Time Machine Electronic Vehicle

It’s time to go back… back to the future! Dst has upgraded their
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British Horror Whispers Continues to Scare Up U.S. Audiences

Supernatural British chiller 'Whispers' has been getting plenty of attention across the pond of late as it sat high on Redbox enjoying its position as the second most popular movie on the entertainment service in the past couple of weeks. The movie from director Tammi Sutton stars Keeley Hazell, Craig Rees, Barbara Nedeljakova, and features Diane Ayala Goldner, Nina Kate and Ramon Estevez...
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Horror Highlights: The Terminator Board Game, Ghost Brothers, Splathouse Podcast, Inside Psycho, Zombie Book Series, Midnight Syndicate Live!, Whispers

The Terminator board game's Kickstarter is in its final hours. Space Goat Play's final Kickstarter push is going on right now. Also in today's Highlights: the return of Ghost Brothers, Splathouse podcast's discussion of Hard Ticket to Hawaii (1987), Inside Psycho details, Brian Parker's Washington, Dead City book series, Midnight Syndicate's concert details, and a trailer for Whispers.

Terminator Board Game's Final Kickstarter Details: From Space Goat Play: "Hey Goat Game Heads!

We're in the last days of our Terminator Kickstarter and we wanted to make sure you don't miss out!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/evildead2/the-terminatortm-the-official-board-game

First off, we have a chance for you to get the deluxe Evil Dead 2 game if you missed out on it last time!

We've also unlocked a ton of stretch goals and added a bunch of stuff to the Sgp Exclusive Termination Box!

Finally, we have some really cool metal add-ons you can get,
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Horror Asylum Review: Whispers is the latest horror offering from writer/director Tammi Sutton

Whispers is the latest horror offering from writer/director Tammi Sutton, which makes its debut on DVD and in select theatres on 21 March. We went into this with high hopes confident that writer/director Sutton would expertly bring us some thrills and chills. Sutton herself has already shown her talents in numerous horror and thriller-related projects to date working both behind the camera as well as screenwriting, producing and even working in the art department. She has been specialising in low budget horrors aimed at the ever-constant market of direct-to-video consumers and has gained a lot of attention as well as successes during her career so far. Starring Keeley Hazell and Craig Rees...
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Rip Horror International Film Festival 5 day 2015 schedule announced

Rip Horror International Film Festival (RIPHorror) today announced the celebration tribute and festival events for this years festival held in Hollywood, Ca. starting on Oct. 14-31. 7 World Premieres, 7 West Coast Premieres & dozens of shorts & micro-shorts.

Oct. 14 Epfc: Block #1 7pm West Coast Premiere "I Am Alone", by Robert Palmer Serpent's Lullaby, Meridians Block #2 9pm West Coast Premier "Restoration," by Ryan Oliver Caprice, The Order, Static, Lifeline, Soccer Moms In Peril.

Oct. 21 Epfc: Block #3 7pm Granny of the Dead, O Feet Away, Sacrifice, Necrotic Block #4 9pm West Coast Premier "Frankenstein's Patchwork Monster" by Emil Novak and The Landlady must die, LetchWorth, Sector Zero 4

Oct. 28 Epfc: Block #5 7pm: World Premiere "Ballet of Blood" By Jared Masters & Frolic Pictures, Awakenings, Darker Block #6 9pm. West Coast Premier "Model Hunger" by Debbie Rochon, Hag by Erick Gardner & Fantasy by Izabel Grondin

Oct. 30 LF3: Block #7 11:30-1:30 World Premiere "Retribution" By Chase Dudley & Northern Lights
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‘The Killjoy Collection’ Review

Stars: Angel Vargas, Trent Haaga | Written by Carl Washington, Douglas Snauffer, Tammi Sutton, John Lechago | Directed by Craig Ross, Tammi Sutton, John Lechago

In the late 90s/early 2000′s there was a distinct new trend in the horror genre: that of “urban horror”. A genre that brought urban black cinema, and all-black casts, together with the horror genre in much the same way as it did in the 70s during the blaxploitation era. Whilst films like Bones and Vampire in Brooklyn (despite being something of a critical failure) had iconic stars such as Snoop Dogg and Eddie Murphy respectively, it was smaller movies such as Rusty Cundieff’s Tales From the Hood that had all the ideas (if you haven’t seen Tales… you should really track it down).

Not one to miss a trick when it comes to cashing in on popular crazes, Full Moon head honcho Charles Band
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Shriekfest 2014 Announces Premieres

Shriekfest Film Festival's 2014 lineup includes such recognizable names as Brian Krause in the World Premiere of 'House of Purgatory', Joe Adler in it's World Premiere 'Kill Game', Joanna Cassidy in it's U.S Premiere 'Zugzwang', Ed Gale in it's World Premiere 'Honey', and Michael Berryman in 'One Please'. The roster encompasses 42 films, 30 screenplay finalists, and 8 original song finalists.. Awards will be awarded in many categories, including an award for the Best Feature Film and Best Feature screenplay. Shriekfest alumni include such indie icons as Travis Betz, Gregg Bishop, Kevin Greutert (Saw VI), Kenneth J. Hall, Olatunde Osunsanmi (The Fourth Kind), Tammi Sutton, Darin Scott, and many more! ...
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Excl: Director Tammi Sutton Talks 'Ripped-Off'

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Excl: Director Tammi Sutton Talks 'Ripped-Off'
With Isle of Dogs’ director Tammi Sutton’s latest feature Ripped-Off gearing up for principal photography in Los Angeles, CA this spring, we caught up with the filmmaker to discuss what happens when car thieves steal the wrong vehicle (this being a Sutton film, all sorts of stylized hell will break loose, more than likely). Read on.

Currently casting, Ripped-Off was written by Jeff Sisson, and will be produced by Caprice Conley, with cinematography by Jonas Navickas. The film’s tagline is as follows; “They stole the wrong car... Now heads are gonna’ roll."

“The inception of Ripped-Off honestly started when I was winding down filming my last two features in Europe and England,” stated Sutton (her last feature currently in release, the gritty Andrew Howard and Barbara Nedeljakova-starring crime thriller Isle of Dogs, bowed to DVD via Green Apples on January 28, 2014.)

“When I was there and homesick for Los Angeles,
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'Truth or Dare' takes home 4 awards at Shockfest Film Festival

by Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Jessica Cameron's directorial debut Truth of Dare keeps tearing up the horror festival circuit.

Last weekend the film brought home 4 awards at Shockfest Film Festival, including Best Director. Check out all the details below, as well as a Pov acceptance speech from Cameron herself.

From the Official Release:

Jessica Cameron’s directorial debut, Truth or Dare won 4 awards at Shockfest Film Festival on Saturday, January 11th. The vicious torture flick had 9 nominations and Cameron herself won Best Director and Best Actress. Co-star Devanny Pinn won Best Supporting Actress, a.k.a “Sexiest Shockfest Sweetheart” and Ryan Kiser’s chilling portrayal of “Derik B. Smith” earned him a Best Actor award.

The Truth or Dare screening attracted many a-listers in the indie horror scene including Big-Ass Spider director Mike Mendez, ColdWater director/writer Dave Parker, Isle of Dogs director Tammi Sutton, and Charles de Lauzirika
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Director Tammi Sutton Talks 'Isle of Dogs' plus Exclusive Stills!

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Director Tammi Sutton Talks 'Isle of Dogs' plus Exclusive Stills!
With director Tammi Sutton’s much-buzzed about and award-winning feature Isle of Dogs premiering in Los Angeles this coming Saturday night at the New Beverly Cinema (7165 West Beverly Blvd.), we caught up with the filmmaker to discuss her thoughts on the premiere and feature, as well as those on Whispers, her latest project, and more.

“I'm excited to announce my feature film Isle of Dogs is playing at The New Beverly,” Sutton, who also executive produced from a script by Sean Hogan, told us of the L.A. bow of her bloody, British crime-thriller. Isle of Dog stars Andrew Howard (I Spit On Your Grave) as a violent gangster who finds himself embroiled in a love triangle with his Russian trophy-wife Nadia (Hostel actress Barbara Nedeljakova), and a small-time hood (Edward Hogg).

“As a filmmaker, on a very personal level, I had always dreamed of filming something in England,” Sutton told us.
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Truth or Dare Wins Big at Shockfest

Jessica Cameron's Truth or Dare premiered in Hollywood on January 10th at the Shockfest Film Festival, and while it was there, it took home a bevy of awards. Read on for images from the event and details.

From the Press Release

Jessica Cameron’s directorial debut, Truth or Dare, won four awards at Shockfest Film Festival on Saturday, January 11th. The vicious torture flick had nine nominations, and Cameron herself won Best Director and Best Actress. Co-star Devanny Pinn won Best Supporting Actress, aka “Sexiest Shockfest Sweetheart,” and Ryan Kiser’s chilling portrayal of “Derik B. Smith” earned him a Best Actor award.

The Truth or Dare screening attracted many a-listers in the indie horror scene including Big Ass Spider! director Mike Mendez, ColdWater director/writer Dave Parker, Isle of Dogs director Tammi Sutton, and Charles de Lauzirika, who produced Blade Runner Final Cut and directed Crave.

Cameron, who
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Dread Central Hits the Opening Night of Shriekfest 2012

The 12th Annual Shriekfest Horror/SciFi Film Festival and Screenplay Competition kicked off with a raucous Opening Party last night, and of course we were there to photograph the talent on the carpet and get the lowdown on this year’s event. Read on!

Running October 4th-7th at Raleigh Studios (5300 Melrose Avenue in Hollywood, CA), Shriekfest commenced with a heavily attended soiree at the B-52 Club at Boarders, just off Hollywood Boulevard. In attendance on the carpet and at the festivities were Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes), producer Brian Ronalds, actress Michelle Tomlinson, filmmaker Kenneth Hall, literary legend John Skipp, Dread Central’s Andrew Kasch and better half Annette Slomka, Isle of Dogs director Tammi Sutton, Fangoria’s Rebekeh McKendry and Lianne Spiderbaby, and more.

Speaking with Shriekfest festival head Denise Gossett at the event, she said of this year’s lineup, “We have a little bit of everything,
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Afm 2011: Isle of Dogs Nabs Distro

And Week Two of our extensive coverage of this year's American Film Market has officially kicked off! Before we get to the dozens and dozens and, yes, dozens of things we have on tap for you, let's kick things off with a little distro news!

According to The Hollywood Reporter Sycamore Entertainment Group, headed by CEO Edward Sylvan, has picked up Tammi Sutton’s horror feature Isle of Dogs (review here) for its first entry into the U.S. distribution market.

Written by Sean Hogan and executive produced by Andrea Fellers, the movie stars Andrew Howard, who appeared in Limitless and The Hangover Part II. The flick was also named best thriller feature film at the recent Shriekfest.

"Isle of Dogs is exactly the kind of edgy genre films that we are interested in,” Sylvan said. “We’re very excited to be working with a successful genre director like Tammi
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Barbara Nedeljakova takes center stage in Isle of Dogs

Barbara Nedeljakova is best known for her roles in Eli Roth’s Hostel and Hostel II, but she has been getting meatier parts lately as seen in Children of the Corn: Genesis. Her new flick is called Isle of Dogs, and it recently won Best Thriller Feature Film at the Shriekfest Film Festival in Los Angeles.

“Isle of Dogs” Award winning new retro styled thriller directed by Tammi Sutton with stars Barbara Nedeljakova, Andrew Howard & Edward Hogg.

Source: Isle of Dogs
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Shriekfest announces it’s Winners!

Los Angeles: Shriekfest, the Los Angeles International Film Festival & Screenplay Competiton was a huge success!

Shriekfest took place on Sept 29-Oct 2nd at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood. Shriekfest screened almost 40 films and had 40 screenplay finalists & 9 original song finalists. “Absentia” directed by Mike Flanagan took the Grand Jury prize for Best Horror Feature Film, “Pig” directed by Henry Barrial took the Best SciFi Feature Film award, “Isle of Dogs” directed by Tammi Sutton took the Best Thriller Feature Film award, “The Dead Inside” directed by Travis Betz took the Best Supernatural Feature Film Award. “Negative Image”… More
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2011 Shriekfest Film Fest Names Winners; Absentia Takes Home Best Feature!

And the praise continues to come in for director Mike Flanagan's stunning atmospheric thriller Absentia as the film nabbed the Grand Jury prize during the 2011 Shriekfest Film Festival awards ceremony last night, closing out the Shriekfest's four-day celebration of the world of independent horror.

Other winners of the night included Henry Barrial's Pig, which was named the Best Sci-Fi Feature Film of Shriekfest, Tammi Sutton's Isle of Dogs took home the Best Thriller Feature Film award, and Travis Betz's The Dead Inside was chosen as the Best Supernatural Feature Film during the festival.

In terms of short film winners, Karl Holt's Negative Image won the Best Short Film prize, and Certified by Luke Asa Guidici took home the best Super Short Film award. Screenplay awards were also handed out during the 2011 Shriekfest Film Festival with the Best Horror Feature Screenplay honors going to "Shut In" by T.J. Cimfel and David White.
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Shriekfest announces it’s line up for 2011

The La Shriekfest 2011 International Horror/Sci-Fi Film Festival has announced the full, expanded schedule for the 11th annual horror film festival, returning to Raleigh Studios Chaplin theatres, September 29-October 2nd, 2011. Festival goers will once again enjoy the finest in independent cinema from around the globe, selected from submissions that came in everywhere from London to New York; from Utah to Spain. The opening nights starts as they mean to go on with a screening of The Feed, featuring Lloyd Kaufman, to the shorts from Australia, Brazil, United Kingdom, France, Germany, New Zealand, and finally to the World Premiere of Tammi Sutton's Isle Of Dogs, starring Barbara Nedeljakova (Hostel) and Andrew Howard (I Spit On Your Grave, Limitless). American independent films are also well represented this year, on Friday, September 30th – The Millennium Bug, as well as Rage and Opus, both of which are screening on Saturday, October 1st. We
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Shriekfest announces it’s line up for 2011

The La Shriekfest 2011 International Horror/Sci-Fi Film Festival has announced the full, expanded schedule for the 11th annual horror film festival, returning to Raleigh Studios Chaplin theatres, September 29-October 2nd, 2011. Festival goers will once again enjoy the finest in independent cinema from around the globe, selected from submissions that came in everywhere from London to New York; from Utah to Spain. The opening nights starts as they mean to go on with a screening of The Feed, featuring Lloyd Kaufman, to the shorts from Australia, Brazil, United Kingdom, France, Germany, New Zealand, and finally to the World Premiere of Tammi Sutton's Isle Of Dogs, starring Barbara Nedeljakova (Hostel) and Andrew Howard (I Spit On Your Grave, Limitless). American independent films are also well represented this year, on Friday, September 30th – The Millennium Bug, as well as Rage and Opus, both of which are screening on Saturday, October 1st. We
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Los Angeles Shriekfest Announces Line-Up

The Shriekfest International Horror Film Festival announced the full, expanded schedule for the 11th annual horror film festival, returning to Raleigh Studios Chaplin theaters in Los Angeles, September 29-October 2nd, 2011. Festival goers will once again enjoy the finest in independent cinema from around the globe, selected from submissions that came in everywhere from London to New York; from Utah to Spain. From our opening night screening of The Feed , featuring Lloyd Kaufman, to the shorts from Australia, Brazil, United Kingdom, France, Germany, New Zealand, and finally to the World Premiere of Tammi Sutton's Isle of Dogs , starring Barbara Nedeljakova ( Hostel ) and Andrew Howard ( I Spit On Your Grave ). The 11th Annual Shriekfest International Horror Film Festival has worked...
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