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Indie Horror Double Feature: See Shriek of the Sasquatch and Thirsty in Minnesota

In Minnesota? Looking for some free indie horror action? Then we have some info on a free double bill that you're not going to want to miss! Grab a raincoat and bring a drink! Things may just get really sticky!

On Saturday, April 23rd, both Thirsty, the award-winning short film by Andrew Kasch based on the Joe Knetter short story, and the newest sliver of sasquatchploitation, Shriek of the Sasquatch, will be playing together at the Andover Cinema (1836 Bunker Lake Blvd., Andover, Minnesota) at 10:00pm!

Thirsty

Based on the short story of the same name from cult horror author Joe Knetter (Zombie Bukkake, review here), "Thirsty" stars Joe Lynch (director of Wrong Turn 2), Tiffany Shepis (Night of the Demons), and Michael Bailey Smith (The Hills Have Eyes) along with including several voice cameos from various genre icons and filmmakers. The 15-minute short was directed by Andrew Kasch ("The Fall
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Check Out The New 70's Style Shreik Of The Sasquatch Trailer

I saw this trailer posted on Facebook tonight thanks to Scarlet Salem and had to share it with y'all. Two freinds are on a road trip which puts them unwittingly on a collision course with Bigfoot. Will either of them survive to learn the secret of the Sasquatch?  Bigfoot Terror in 1979! Faux retro drive-in movie complete with film damage and cheesy synth music, starring Scarlet Salem ("Strip Club Slasher"), Donny Versiga, Todd Cockroft, Ted Alderman, Lanee Landry, Michelle Trasatti, Luc Bernier, Deanna Meske, Alice Ford, Oscar Dukes, Mona Duvera, Wesley O' Mary, Laura Aust, Lucien Eisenach, Jenn Ruliffson.  Coming Soon!
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Trailer Debut: Shriek of the Sasquatch

Time for some more good old fashioned Sasquatchploition in a movie filmed with hot chicks and scary hairy beasts! Do you think you have what it takes to heed the Shriek of the Sasquatch? Prove it by watching this new trailer.

"Bigfoot Terror in 1979! Faux retro drive-in movie complete with film damage and cheesy synth music, starring Scarlet Salem (Strip Club Slasher), Donny Versiga, Todd Cockroft, Ted Alderman, Lanee Landry, Michelle Trasatti, Luc Bernier, Deanna Meske, Alice Ford, Oscar Dukes, Mona Duvera, Wesley O'Mary, Laura Aust, Lucien Eisenach, Jenn Ruliffson. Coming Soon. Directed by Steve Sessions."

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Eighth I Love You Phillip Morris Poster

Entertainment Weekly has premiered the latest poster for the upcoming drama I Love You Phillip Morris, which will be released in theaters on December 3. Click on the image below, which features stars Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor forming a unique heart:

I Love You Phillip Morris is the improbable but true story of a spectacularly charismatic conman's journey from small-town businessman to flamboyant white-collar criminal, who repeatedly finds himself in trouble with the law and on the lam, brilliantly escaping from the Texas prison system on four separate occasions - all in the name of love.

I Love You Phillip Morris comes to theaters December 3rd, 2010 and stars Jim Carrey, Ewan McGregor, Leslie Mann, Rodrigo Santoro, Ted Alderman, Nicholas Alexander, Michael Beasley, Tony Bentley. The film is directed by Glenn Ficarra, John Requa.
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I Love You Phillip Morris Gets Theatrical Release

I Love You Phillip Morris gets December 3rd release date Roadside Attractions and Liddell Entertainment have acquired U.S. and Canadian rights from EuropaCorp to I Love You Phillip Morris, co-directed and co-written by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa (co-writers of Bad Santa), based on the non-fiction book by former Houston Chronicle investigative reporter Steve McVicker, and starring Jim Carrey, Ewan McGregor, Leslie Mann and Rodrigo Santoro.

The eagerly-anticipated film, produced by Andrew Lazar and Far Shariat with Luc Besson as executive producer, has been a buzz-worthy title since world premiering at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, screening as part of Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival and opening to huge critical-acclaim internationally. The North American deal was announced jointly by Howard Cohen, Co-President of Roadside Attractions and Mickey Liddell of Liddell Entertainment. Roadside Attractions plans a December 3, 2010 release.

"Audiences who know this is from the creators of Bad Santa
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Las Vegas Gearing up for The PollyGrind 2010

In Dread Central's effort to promote independent horror, have we got the goods on a great horror film festival in Las Vegas! From May 12-16th Sci-Fi Center at 2520 State Street, Las Vegas, Nv 89109, will be hosting The Polly Staffle Grindhouse Fest (aka PollyGrind), which includes 30 different films with five world premieres, seven Las Vegas premieres, and one U.S. premiere. There will also be a ton of music videos and trailers and more horror-related goods for you to feast your eyes on.

Read on for the full line-up, and look for more from Dread Central on PollyGrind (click here for the official site) soon!

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Trailer - Michael Ramova’s Soldier Killer (30 seconds) (World Premiere)

Trailer - Michael Ramova’s The Texas Chainsaw Champion (1:23 minutes) (World Premiere)

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EuropaCorp Takes Back I Love You Phillip Morris from Consolidated Pictures Group

Newmarket Films may be the company bringing this movie to theatersDeadline New York is reporting that Luc Besson's EuropaCorp has removed I Love You Phillip Morris from Consolidated Pictures Group.

In addition to this, Newmarket Films might be releasing the Jim Carrey/Ewan McGregor film this fall.

Consolidated Pictures Group is apparently being "dropped because it failed to meet any of the financial obligations of a deal that included a $3 million minimum guarantee" on the film. EuropaCorp turned in a finished movie 90 days ago, then sent Consolidated Pictures Group a letter in mid-March warning them that they could lose the picture if they didn't abide by the contract. They finally lost it on April 1.

The release date on the film was rescheduled several times and eventually it was taken off Consolidated Picture Group's release schedule.

"We're the distributors right now, we have a contract and we're asking Europa to deliver certain things.
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I Love You Phillip Morris Now Scheduled for a July 30 Release

The film will now open in limited release and expand on August 6 Last week we reported that the Jim Carrey/Ewan McGregor film I Love You Phillip Morris was to be "delayed indefinitely" and now it seems another release date has been set. Variety is reporting that I Love You Phillip Morris will now open in limited release on July 30.

The film has experienced several delays and had trouble finding a distributor after its debut at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. The film was originally set to open on March 26 and then was delayed to April 30 and then it was said to be delayed indefinitely. Now it seems the film will receive a limited release on July 30 and will start to expand a week later on August 6.

Jim Carrey stars in the film as a married con man who gets sent to prison and falls in love with his cellmate, played by Ewan McGregor.
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I Love You Phillip Morris Is Now Delayed Indefinitely

I Love You Phillip Morris gets delayed indefinitelyThe Los Angeles Times is reporting that Consolidated Pictures Group has postponed the release of I Love You Phillip Morris (starring Ewan McGregor and Jim Carrey) indefinitely.

I Love You Phillip Morris played at Sundance in 2009 and was set to be released March 26. Then Consolidated Pictures Group delayed the release date to April 30.

Now a spokeswoman for the film is confirming "that the movie has been delayed again and in fact won't be coming out at the end of the month. She adds that there is no release date scheduled at this time."

The film, written by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa (Bad Santa), examines a love affair between a con man (Carrey) and his cellmate (Ewan McGregor, playing the role of Phillip Morris). The movie has had mixed reactions from fans.

I Love You Phillip Morris comes to theaters July 30th, 2010 and stars Jim Carrey,
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