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Watch 'A Gentleman Always' - Short Film Inspired by William Faulkner's 'The Reivers'

A short film inspired by "The Reivers," a William Faulkner novel that some referred to as the author's own "Huckleberry Finn," check out the new short film below from writer/director Drue Metz, titled "A Gentleman Always," which stars Jean Elie and Myles Cranford, in a story about a son (Lucius) laboring to come to terms with what it means to be a man. It's a short (7 minutes) 2-character piece - something you can consume and reflect on in short order.
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New Mentalist Season 6,Episode 4 Intense Spoilers & Clips Hit The Net

New Mentalist season 6,episode 4 intense spoilers & clips hit the net. Last night, CBS served up the new spoilers and sneak peek/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "The Mentalist" episode 4 of season 6. The episode is entitled, "Red Listed," and it appears to be quite intense as Patrick finds himself all tied up for painful torture, and more! In the new "Red Listed" episode, Jane will end up, revealing that a list of fake Red John suspects he planted, were stolen, and the team is going to realize these men are in danger. Patrick is going to tell Madeleine, he plans to kill Red John. Patrick is going to get caught in a very sticky and compromising position that involves possible,painful torture, and more! Guest stars are going to include: Kevin Corrigan as Robert Kirkland, Drew Powell as Reede Smith, Aunjanue Ellis as Madeline Hightower. Sloan Robinson as Ruby Hightower,
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New Mentalist Season 6,Episode 4 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

New Mentalist season 6,episode 4 official spoilers,plotline revealed by CBS. Recently, CBS released the new,official, synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming 'The Mentalist' episode 4 of season 6. The episode is entitled, "Red Listed," and it sounds like it'll be pretty intriguing as a list of stolen, fake red John suspects gets discovered by Jane, and more. In the new,4th episode press release: Jane will reveal that a list of fake red John suspects he planted were stolen, and the team will realize these men are in danger. Press release number 2: Jane is going to reveal that a list of fake Red John suspects he planted were stolen, and the team is going to realize these men are in danger. Guest stars are going to include: Kevin Corrigan as Robert Kirkland, Drew Powell as Reede Smith, Aunjanue Ellis as Madeline Hightower. Sloan Robinson as Ruby Hightower, William Mapother as Richard Haibach,
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Exclusive: First Look at the 'Live-In Fear' Movie Trailer

By Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Thanks to the generosity of horror film supports all over the world, there is now a trailer for the Iodine Sky / MOnsterworks66 joint production, Live-In Fear, for you all to watch!

Check out the embedded Live-In Fear trailer below the official details.

Live-In Fear stars Arielle Brachfeld (The Haunting of Whaley House), Sarah Grayson (Road Rules), Chris Dorman (8.13) and David Lautman (The Black Guitar). The film also features cameo appearances by Geoffrey Gould (Strictly Background), Myles Cranford (Mega Piranha), Nancy Wolfe (Helter Skelter) and Charlene Geisler (Bobby Fischer Live).

Shot mainly on location in Utah, the film is a gory story of love, lust, murder, mutilation, death and dismemberment, and it should provide any horror fan with more than enough thrills. It follows four innocent – or at least innocent Looking – twenty-somethings as they travel to Utah to spend a weekend of fun in the snow
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Exclusive: Live-In- Fear (2012) Releases First Official Movie Stills

By MoreHorror.com

Some of you may remember the so-cool-it’s-frozen horror feature Live-In Fear that writer/director Brandon Scullion of Iodine Sky Productions and Maria Olsen of MOnsterworks66 was promoting earlier this year. Well, great things are happening for this little film with a big bloody heart including that MOnsterworks66 partner, Angel Corbin (Way Down in Chinatown), has come on board as producer, and we have picture lock on the entire feature.

This gorgeous looking film was shot in the winter wonderland of Utah in February in just 9 days and for just under $5,000, and it’s truly amazing what the "Live in Fear" team has been able to put together on such a small budget. Kudos must most definitely go to Matthew Espenshade, the film’s brilliant cinematographer, Emily Fiora Parks for her stunning makeup and FX work and Dani d’Ambra for her ultra-eerie set dressing for making
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