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UK-produced horror anthology ’60 Seconds to Die’ gets Us DVD release

A long list of independent directors gets a crack at making a horror telling using only one minute to convey their story in the horror anthology 60 Seconds to Die – which is released on DVD in the Us next week!

And the anthology stars an even wider list of actors(!), such as Maria Olsen, Jane Quinlan, Shane Ryan, Lara Jean Mummert, Kim Sønderholm, Brittany Blanton, James Balsamo, Sophia Cacciola, Graham Fletcher, Ludovic Berthillot, Stacy Burcham, Moe Fujimoto, Shoko Asao, Graham Mackie, Richard Chandler, Glenn Salvage, Chris R. Wright, Amanda Collins, Chad Meisenheimer; and many, many more.

60 Seconds to Die is set for release on December 5th and can be ordered from amazon.com, amazon.ca, familyvideo.com, barnesandnoble.com, bestbuy.com, and various other stores. Check out the trailer and artwork below:
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Horror Anthology "60 Seconds To Die" hits DVD, December 5!

Long awaited UK produced horror anthology "60 Seconds To Die" is finally coming to DVD next week! Best Anthology since "The ABCs of Death"! -Videoscope A long list of independent directors gets a crack at making a horror telling using only one minute to convey their story. Starring an even wider list of actors, such as Maria Olsen, Jane Quinlan, Shane Ryan, Lara Jean Mummert, Kim Sønderholm, Brittany Blanton, James Balsamo, Sophia Cacciola, Graham Fletcher, Ludovic Berthillot, Stacy Burcham, Moe Fujimoto, Shoko Asao, Graham Mackie, Richard Chandler, Glenn Salvage, Chris R. Wright, Amanda Collins, Chad Meisenheimer, and many others. Tick Tock... you're Dead! For a full list of cast and directors, please look up IMDb Release is December 5 and can be ordered from amazon.com, amazon.ca,...

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‘Never Let Go’ Review

Stars: Angela Dixon, Nigel Whitmey, Lisa Eichhorn, Velibor Topic, Heather Peace, Rami Nasr, Sarah Perles, Samantha Bolter, Michael Xavier, Glenn Salvage, Sanita Simms, Darcie Lincoln | Written and Directed by Howard J. Ford

How best to describe Never Let Go? How about a movie that feels like Paul Greengrass directed Taken, with a kick-ass leading female of T2 Linda Hamilton proportions…

In truth, in my humble opinion Never Let Go is actually way better than those Taken movies. I know, I know, I liked them when they first came out as well, but this movie completely took me by surprise… In the best possible way. Ladies and Gents, Angela Bloody Dixon. This leading lady is fantastic, she grips the viewer by the balls and takes you on a thrilling, tour de force ride, leaving you wondering exactly how far would you go for your kids.

So I guess I should give
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The Dead Awaken in the Deserts of Africa in this One-Sheet Poster

The Dead is a film from director Howard J. Ford (Distant Shadow) that was first reported on in March of 2009 (The Dead Intro') and the film has been generating some buzz by setting a zombie styled horror film in the backdrop of Africa. North American distribution has not been finalized, but some new movie stills and a second poster can be seen here that will surely excite some fans for the project. If you like the idea of a mercenary crossing desert landscapes filled with the undead view an external link below that has over two dozen movie photos from the film's production.

A second synopsis for the film:

"An American mercenary, the sole survivor of a plane crash, has to run the gauntlet across Africa, battling with the living dead. Joining forces with a local military man, desperately searching for his son amongst the chaos, they fight together to
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The Dead Rise Again and Again: News, Movie Poster, and Trailer

"The Dead," not to be confused with George a Romero's "...of the Dead," is a zombie genre film set in the deserts of Africa. Filming, which took place in Ghana and Burkina, Faso is complete and now in post production. Third time English director Howard J. Ford with help from brother Jonathon Ford helm this independent terror flick and the trailer has a definite Romero feel as the undead stumble slowly around, in what looks like a mostly unthreatening manner. However, the unique and isolating backdrop of West Africa with a cross racial set of characters could spark some creative life in, what looks to be a thrilling story. Why the fascination with zombie films? And what do zombies represent in modern culture? Hopefully some of these questions along with some excitement will be given attention in this latest zombie film "The Dead."

The synopsis...

When Lt. Brian Murphy finds
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