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Wayne Brady To Join Celebrity Performers At Charity Concert For Victor

Emmy winner Wayne Brady, renowned for Who’s Line Is It Anyway and currently the host of Let’s Make A Deal, will perform in Concert For Victor: A Benefit at the intimate Carrie Hamilton Theatre at The Pasadena Playhouse tomorrow (September 13).

Brady will join Melora Hardin (The Office / Broadway’s Chicago) and Anneliese van der Pol (That’s So Raven’s / Broadway’s Beauty & the Beast) in the one-night-only event.

The evening will also feature performances from Monika Beal (Long Beach Opera’s Philip Glass’ Akhnaten), 30 Rock’s Todd Buonopane (Broadway’s The 25th Annual Putman County Spelling Bee), Hart of Dixie’s Deborah S. Craig (Broadway’s The 25th Annual Putman County Spelling Bee), Ava Gaudet (Broadway’s Rent), Julie Garnye, Devin Kelly, Charley Izabella King (Broadway’s The Producers), Leigh Ann Larkin (Broadway’s Gypsy & A Little Night Music), High School Musical: Get in the Picture’s
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Evil Angel is Visually Stunning But Brutally Violent

Evil Angel is one of a few films that this reviewer is looking forward to watching in 2010 (wink, wink - producer send me a screener). The film plays at the Nevermore Film Festival in a few days, and more importantly a trailer, that is action packed is available now. Very graphic, bloody, and sexy, the first trailer for Evil Angel shows what a horror movie is supposed to be, brutal and well-written. The story focuses on the mythical character Lilith, who was Adam's first bride. Rejected by Adam, Lilith goes on a rampage and takes out her frustrations on Adam's children, or the many characters in the film. Although the trailer is off-site, at the sales agency, it is worth checking out (very not safe for work)!

The synopsis for Evil Angel here:

"Evil Angel takes the ancient myth of Lilith into the 21st century with a murderously sexy and seductive villainess who,
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Evil Angel Graces the Front Page of the Nevermore Film Festival

Evil Angel will be at the Nevermore Film Festival beginning Saturday, February 20th at 7:00pm. This film festival has been going strong for 10 years now and 2010 will be even more dynamic and better for this movie market that begins February 19. Evil Angel will be in the North Carolina region throughout the festival and Evil Angel stars Ving Rhames (Dawn of the Dead) "as a tough detective in pursuit of an ancient evil (Nevermore)." Truly gothic, horrific and animated, the early promotional material for Evil Angel looks exceptional and further details on the film can be found inside.

The synopsis for Evil Angel:

"Evil angels takes the ancient myth of Lilith into the 21st century with a murderously sexy and seductive villainess who, as the earth's first woman, proudly lays claim to being the world's first serial killer (Evil Angel)"

Release Date: (February 20th - Limited Release).

Director/writer: Richard Dutcher.
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The 2009 Terror Film Festival 'Claw' Awards - Winners Announced

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The 2009 Terror Film Festival 'Claw' Awards - Winners Announced
On October 24th, The Terror Film Festival Claw Awards took place at the Ethical Society Building on the famous Rittenhouse Square of Philadelphia.

The 4th season brought in the most astounding talent from all over the USA, as well as, the world. The assemblage of fans, filmmakers, screenwriters, and industry professionals, waited in anticipation, and all bets were on, as the illustrious Claw and the beautiful Princess Horror stood onstage, envelopes in hand, to present the coveted awards.

And the winners are...

Evil Angel - A steamy and heart-pounding story based on the ancient myth of Lilith, the first wife of Adam, who has roamed the Earth for centuries as a sexy and seductive villainous, and proudly holds the title of the world’s first serial killer. Written and directed by the iconoclastic Richard Dutcher of Utah, the film garnered several awards, such as, Best Feature Film, Best Original Music
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