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The Creek (2010)

Written and Directed by Lola Wallace

Featuring Aaron Leddick, Cassie Jaye, Brett Hundley, Jill Slattery

Breakout Entertainment

The Creek (actually shot in 2007 and at various pre-release times also called Ghoulde Creek, Greed, and The Unfortunate) is Lola Wallace’s third released feature horror film. Special effects are again by Tom Devlin (as in her previous two films) but this is the first screenplay she’s taken on all by herself. The Creek mixes humor and tension, but not always in harmony with one another, and sets the stage for a story of revenge and betrayal in California’s mining days a century and a half ago that still haunts the California hills. And the people who walk around in them looking for gold...

Stopping by the gold-panning booth off the mountain road.

Four young tewntysomethings are on a trip from Los Angeles to Las Vegas to the best horror convention in the world.
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Edges of Darkness Official Release Date

Jason Horton, director of "Edges of Darkness," has confirmed a September 22 DVD release date through Anchor Bay for his post-apocalyptic, zombie styled, adventure film. Heavy in sub-plots this flick will offer a little something for everyone including vampires, zombies, religious cults, and a little science fiction. Already premiering in the United Kingdom "Edges of Darkness" now has a second poster for the film, as seen above, and fans can see the film in theatres with a limited run beginning in September 18, which will coincide with the DVD release date. Also, have a peek at the new tagline for the film with the attached cast and crew.

Director: Blaine Cade, and Jason Horton.

Writers: Blaine Cade, and Jason Horton.

Cast: Alonzo F. Jones, Shamika Ann Franklin, Annemarie Pazmino, Lee Perkins, Michelle Rose, Xavier Jones, Jay Costelo, Alisha Gaddis, Robert Kitchen, Wayne Baldwin, and Damon Burks.

Tagline: "So many zombies...so little time!
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Edges of Darkness: A Movie Review

Director: Jason Horton.

Writer: Jason Horton.

"Edges of Darkness" is a horror genre film, from director Jason Horton (Trap), that involves three separate character driven stories that center around an undead apocalypse with scripture from the book of revelations acting as a backdrop. Set in an overrun apartment complex the three stories are connected not only through location, but through a climactic ending. Unconventionally, a new group of actors are entered into the fray, at the films midpoint, as the unfocused premise attempts to tie up far too many plot devices late in the story.

The films central plot revolves around a religious end of the world involving several blood thirsty priests (Lee Perkins, Robert Kitchen) while several smaller plots look for attention in a quickly paced script. Fighting for survival in this murderous atmosphere are a small coven of vampires (Alonzo F. Jones) , a writer (Jay Costelo) in the midst of an alien invasion,
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