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Horror Highlights: Rock Horror in Rio Film Festival, Matriarch, Horrors Of The Pnw VI

Indie filmmakers in or near Brazil may be interested to know that the Rock Horror in Rio Film Festival is now accepting submissions until March 1st. The festival is now receiving both short films and feature films for the 2019 season. Continue reading for more details. Also in today's Horror Highlights: DVD release details for Matriarch and screenings for the anthology series Horrors of the Pnw.

Rock Horror in Rio Film Festival Call for Entries: "The Rock Horror in Rio Film Festival is accepting submissions until March 1st.

Until March 1st, the Rock Horror in Rio Film Festival is receiving submissions of shorts and features for the 2019 edition in the genres: horror, thriller, sci-fi, fantasy, and animation.

The Rock Horror in Rio Film Festival is more than a competition, it’s an event that unites the best of the horror, thriller, and fantasy films with rock & roll in a big party for moviegoers who love music,
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Horror Highlights: New Splathouse Episode, Chris Alexander’s They Drink Your Blood, Manos Returns, 2018 Philip K. Dick Sci-Fi Fest Award Winners, Speak Of The Devil Vr Experience, Smiley’S

The folks at the Splathouse podcast discuss The Suckling (1990), and it’s the headliner for today’s Horror Highlights. Also: album artwork and a track preview for Chris Alexander's They Drink Your Blood, Manos Returns world premiere details, the winners of the Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Festival 2018 awards, Speak of the Devil virtual experience information, and details on the La screening premiere of Smiley’s.

New Splathouse Episode Details: From Splathouse: "Sarah and Mike fu**ed up and made a mistake in the recording of this episode of The Splathouse...recording devices ran for about 40 mins during the pre-show meeting and ate up batteries and disc space...but rather than abort the project, Mike and Sarah made the most of it.

Welcome to a "fly on the brothel wall" episode of The Splathouse!

All the card-carrying Splat gang members return:

- John shows up with a ranty rant
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Horror Highlights: Cthulhu Statue, Level 33 Entertainment DVD Prize Pack Contest, The Anatomy Of Fear, Agatha, Manos Returns, Barry Baker: Aspiring Serial Killer, All Through The House

In today's Horror Highlights, we have a look at Halloween Forevermore's limited edition Cthulhu statue, a horror DVD prize pack contest courtesy of Level 33 Entertainment, an excerpt from The Anatomy of Fear: Conversations with Cult Horror and Science-Fiction Filmmakers, a trailer for the haunting short film Agatha, the cast announcement for Manos Returns, a teaser video and poster for Barry Baker: Aspiring Serial Killer, and details on the All Through the House Blu-ray signing at Dark Delicacies in Burbank.

Halloween Forevermore's Limited Edition Cthulhu Statue: "Halloween Forevermore is a company known to many Halloween and Horror fans. Formed in 2014, they have released one dozen very popular and well-made wax warmers that appeal to both the seasonal Halloween fan and horror lifestyle enthusiasts. Their Undertaker and Cthulhu wax warmers were featured in Rue Morgue magazine. The company that trick-or-treats 365 nights a year is proud to announce a new limited edition
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The Master Approves of Newly Announced Manos Returns Cast

It’s hard to believe that more that 50 years after the original Manos, we’re finally getting a sequel. A cast has now finally been announced for director Tonjia Atomic’s Manos Returns, at it seems that the master himself would approve.… Continue Reading →

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Full list of 2014 'FANtastic Horror Film Festival' winners released

by Seth Metoyer

The 2014 FANtastic Horror Film Festival was a great success. The festival featured a plethora of indie horror producers, directors, actors/actresses and much more.

Check out the full list of winners from the official details below.

From The Press Release:

The FANtastic Horror Film Festival held their first annual Awards Ceremony at the Whiskey Girl Bar in city’s the Gaslamp District of San Diego.

The event was Mc’d by actress Katy Foley, whose combination of stand-up wit and humor kept the ceremonies light and lively. After an entertaining performance by Mo “Mesmerizing Mo” Kelly, Foley began the proceedings.

Highlights of the awards ceremony included the award for Best Short Film (Awesome Ouija Board - Tonjia Atomic, Writer/Director), and Best Feature Film (Krampus: the Christmas Devil - Jason Hull, Co-Writer/Director). Also featured were Most Memorable Line (“I want a divorce!” – Bloody Wedding,
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Indie Spotlight

We’re back with the latest edition of the Indie Spotlight, which contains recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a new trailer for The Secret Village, premiere details for Pain is Beautiful, an interview for Almost Human, and more:

The Secret Village Trailer: “Written by Jason B. Whittier and Kandan, The Secret Village follows Greg (Jonathan Bennett), an unsuccessful screenwriter and Rachel (Ali Faulkner), a spunky journalist, as they research an outbreak of mass hysteria and ergot poisoning in a small village. They rent a house together and start to uncover a secret that has affected this village for years. But the cult activity has been kept a secret by locals Joe (Stelio Savante) and Paul (Richard Riehle) and when Greg disappears, Rachel is left alone to unravel the mystery and save their lives. Kef Lee, Toby Gadison and Karin Duseva round out the cast.
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