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Run of the Arrow

Sam Fuller's superior western classic stars Rod Steiger, Brian Keith, Charles Bronson and Sarita Montiel, and takes on a tall stack of potent issues. A Reb sharpshooter denies the South's defeat, and goes west to join the Sioux nation where he can continue his war against the Yankees. This spin on 'The Man Without a Country' is one of Fuller's best thanks to a generous budget, unflinching action violence and committed performances. Run of the Arrow DVD-r The Warner Archive Collection 1957 / Color / 1:78 enhanced widescreen / 86 min. / Street Date July 7, 2015 / available through the WBshop / 19.49 Starring Rod Steiger, Sarita Montiel, Brian Keith, Ralph Meeker, Jay C. Flippen, Charles Bronson, Olive Carey, H.M. Wynant, Neyle Morrow, Frank DeKova, Tim McCoy, Chuck Hayward, Chuck Roberson, Roscoe Ates, Angie Dickinson, Carleton Young. Cinematography Joseph Biroc Film Editor Gene Fowler Jr. Original Music Victor Young Written, Produced and Directed by Samuel Fuller    

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Indie Spotlight

We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a new poster for L.A. Slasher, details on Headless, casting update on Welcome to Purgatory, trailers for Truth or Dare and Red Sleep, and more:

New Poster for L.A. Slasher: “Sales agency Circus Road Films has picked up Martin Owen’s horror/satire feature “L.A. Slasher.” Glenn Reynolds’ Circus Road is handling domestic sales. The film stars Danny Trejo (“Machete”), Mischa Barton (“The O.C.”), Dave Bautista (“Riddick”), Eric Roberts (“The Dark Knight), Drake Bell (“Drake & Josh”), Brooke Hogan (“Hogan Knows Best”), Tori Black (“Not Another Celebrity Movie”) and Marisa Lauren (“Superhero Movie”), with the of voice of Andy Dick (“News Radio”) as the ‘L.A. Slasher’.

Produced by Jeffrey Wright and Daniel Sollinger (“Girls Against Boys”), “L.A. Slasher” is a biting, social satire about reality TV and the
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As Darkness Falls Preparing for Premiere; New Episodes with Guest Stars Resume Production Soon

With As Darkness Falls... set to premiere in just over a month, John C. Alsadek of Blue Hours Productions dropped us a line to let us know they are hard at work preparing for the horror anthology show’s second season, which includes some guest stars genre fans should be pretty excited about.

Alsadek tells Dread Central, “Now that we’ve got the first batch of episodes ready to go out the door, we’re planning for when we resume production in October. In particular, we have some surprising guest stars in the works - as a lifelong fan of horror, sci-fi and fantasy, I’m very excited about them.”

Already confirmed as guests are a pair of actresses with extensive TV and film resumes: Elizabeth Gracen and Kathleen Kinmont (pictured below, l-r). Ms. Gracen is best known for her role as the Immortal Amanda on the TV show "Highlander
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Exploring The Twilight Zone, Episode #41: "The Howling Man"

Our friends at Film School Rejects have been covering the series exclusively for the past month while Scott Weinberg and I were spending time in another dimension, but we're back in the known universe, and yours truly will be your host for this week's strip of episodes. First up, John Carradine looking like Moses! The Twilight Zone, Episode #41: "The Howling Man" (airdate 11/4/60) The Plot: On a dark and stormy night, David Ellington (H.M. Wynant) seeks refuge at The Hermitage, a monastary where he is greeted at the door by a heavily bearded man who resembles Charlton Heston as Moses in The Ten Commandments, complete with a big old staff. Mr. Ellington is granted accommodation, but he is disturbed by howling in the...
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Exclusive: Marlowe DVD Clip

Exclusive: Marlowe DVD Clip
We have an exclusive clip from the brand new Warner Archive title Marlowe, which is available on DVD starting today. Click below to watch a scene where James Garner tries to give Sharon Farrell a shoulder to cry on.

Click to watch Exclusive: Shoulder to Cry On!

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Five-hundred bucks doesn't come easily for private eye Philip Marlowe (James Garner). But when it comes by way of a bribe, it might as well be five cents. He rejects Winslow Wong (Bruce Lee) and his offer of cash...and Wong promptly karates the detective's office into a junkpile. In a colorful whodunit based on Raymond Chandler's The Little Sister, Garner's easygoing style contrasts agreeably with the grim task of sleuthing a case of missing persons, blackmail and ice-pick murders. Carroll O'Connor, Rita Moreno, William Daniels, Sharon Farrell and
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Footprints | Review

Director: Steven Peros Writer: Steven Peros Starring: Sybil Temtchine, H.M. Wynant, Pippa Scott People often escape to Hollywood to start their lives anew...and once upon a time a young woman (Sybil Temtchine) wearing a green dress takes that quest quite literally. The woman mysteriously awakens, sprawled across the famed footprints and handprints in front of the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. We never learn her name (she seems to have amnesia) and she rarely speaks, but we are given the opportunity to listen to her internal dialogue. A series of "quirky Hollywood types" try to "help" the dazed and confused woman, including a vagrant (Jeris Lee Poindexter) and a man wearing a bolo tie, Victor (H.M. Wynant). Is she Mira Sorvino? Is she Wonder Woman? Is she Daisy? Why is William Wyler's 1949 film The Heiress important to her? And who the hell is "fountain boy"? With Footprints,
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Larry Blamire Renaissance Man

Larry Blamire Renaissance Man
Interviewed by Jessie Lilley

And just what is a “Renaissance Man” anyway? No, I’m not referring to the Voyager episode and I’m also not talking about the Penny Marshall film. In this context, the term Renaissance Man is defined as a person who excels at many different endeavors: the guy can do a lot of stuff and he does it all quite well. Such a one is the subject of this interview.

Larry Blamire first came across my radar when he and I were both living in Hollywood. I was at a private screening in the home of a friend of mine and he rolled a film called The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra. I was transfixed. What a delightful way to spend some time; laughing yourself silly. I immediately found a way to contact this man as I wanted to know what makes him tick.

It’s now years later and,
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Paladin Is Out To Make Itself Some “Footprints”

Mark Urman’s Paladin has acquired distribution rights to Steven Peros’ “Footprints,” a mystery set entirely on Hollywood Boulevard, and will release the pic in March in L.A. and New York. “Footprints” stars Sybil Temtchine as a woman who awakens from a deep sleep to find herself lying among the legendary handprints and footprints at the Chinese Theater. With no memory of who she is or how she got there, she spends a day trying to reconstruct her life. “Footprints” also stars H.M. Wynant and Pippa Scott. Peros wrote, directed and produced the film with his brother, John Peros.

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DVD horror news #1: Pontypool, Hard Revenge Milly, Lost Skeleton, etc.

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DVD horror news #1: Pontypool, Hard Revenge Milly, Lost Skeleton, etc.
IFC Films and Mpi Media Group gave Fango the first look at cover art for their DVD release of Pontypool (pictured), the acclaimed and unusual zombie thriller starring Stephen McHattie. Also coming this winter from the two companies is another well-received genre film, the Argentinean ghost story The Appeared.

Directed by Bruce McDonald and scripted by Tony Burgess from his book, Pontypool (streeting January 26; see our review here) casts McHattie as a shock jock who, one cold early winter morning, starts receiving mysterious reports from outside about violent and frightening acts committed by the local townspeople. It turns out that they’re infected with a spreading plague that is transmitted via speech and turns them into bloodthirsty killers. In The Appeared (a.k.a. Aparecidos, out January 12), writer/director Paco Cabezas spins the tale of a brother and sister who discover a diary documenting horrific murder and torture 20 years before.
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Lee Marvin's "M Squad"- The Complete Series Comes To DVD

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The latest is the seemingly endless string of irresistible DVD collections comes from the good folks at Timeless Video, who have distinguished themselves with some first-class releases of vintage TV series. The latest is their most impressive yet: the 1950s crime series M Squad which helped groom Lee Marvin from supporting actor to leading man presence. Marvin is the stalwart Lt. Frank Ballinger, a Chicago cop who is so unrelentingly serious that he makes Jack Webb look like Richard Simmons. The series was part of the wave of crime shows that flooded the networks during this era, and M Squad was one of the best. The show ran three seasons and was compromised only by the half-hour time running time which made for some abbreviated storylines. The series is a gem in terms of the kinds of cornball cliches that have become part of our pop culture. I always assumed
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