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Film Review: ‘4/20 Massacre’

Not really the stupid stoner humor-dominated horror comedy you might expect, “4/20 Massacre” is a fairly straightforward indie slasher that’s only semi-tongue-in-cheek. Though it can’t claim to be the first such exercise, it does gain novelty value and some specialized appeal from having a mostly lesbian protagonist roll call. Unmemorable but fun as far as it goes, Dylan Reynolds’ very female-driven thriller launches on VOD and DVD April 3, with a single-screen Los Angeles theatrical run starting (of course) 4/20.

From the get-go hewing closely to slasher conventions, sexual orientation aside, Reynolds’ screenplay starts with a couple of gormless rural bros (Mark Schroeder, Drew Talbert) traipsing into a somewhat arid mountain region (the pic was shot in the vicinity of the San Bernardino National Forest, near Los Angeles). They’re certain there’s a hidden illegal pot farm around here somewhere, and their none-too-bright goal is simply to steal some weed from the “criminals.
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Stoner slasher 4/20 Massacre gets a trailer, poster and images

Ahead of its home entertainment release next month, a poster, trailer and batch of stills have arrived online for the upcoming stoner slasher 4/20 Massacre. Directed by Dylan Reynolds, the film stars Jamie Bernadette, Vanessa Rose Parker, Justine Wachsberger, Stacey Danger, Marissa Pistone, Jim Storm, Mark Schroeder, Jim Round, Drew Talbert, and James Gregory; check them out here…

From writer/director Dylan Reynolds comes the story of five women who go camping in the woods to celebrate a friend’s birthday over the 4/20 weekend. But when they cross the turf of an illegal marijuana growing operation they must struggle to survive the living nightmare.

4/20 Massacre is set for release on April 3rd.

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Horror Highlights: Jen & Sylvia Soska to Attend Women in Horror Film Festival, The Black Room Clip, 4/20 Massacre

Women in Horror Film Festival showcases the wonderfully talented female voices in my favorite (and your favorite) film genre, horror. The festival directors have announced that Jen and Sylvia Soska have joined an already rad lineup of appearances, and in today's Horror Highlights is a new clip from The Black Room and a trailer for 4/20 Massacre.

The Soska Sisters to Attend Women in Horror Film Festival: Press Release: "Festival Directors and horror filmmakers Samantha Kolesnik and Vanessa Ionta Wright are thrilled to welcome some amazing guests, panelists and guest judges to the 2017 Women in Horror Film Festival! Guest judges and panelists Marianne Maddalena (Producer of Scream 1,2,3 & 4, The Hills Have Eyes, The Last House on the Left), Heather Langenkamp & Amanda Wyss (A Nightmare on Elm Street). A panel with Jen & Sylvia Soska (Hellevator, American Mary, Dead Hooker in a Trunk). Appearances by Lynn Lowry (The Crazies, Shivers, Cat People) and Sonya Thompson (The Walking Dead,
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New Criminal Minds Season 11,Episode 15 Official Spoilers,Description Hit The Net

Recently, CBS dished out the new,official synopsis/description for their upcoming "Criminal Minds" episode 15 of season 11. The episode is entitled, "A Badge And A Gun," and it turns out that we're going to see some very shocking and drama-filled stuff go down as an UnSub that actually gets an invitation from his victims, becomes the main focus for a major manhunt by the Bau team, and more! In the new, 15th episode press release: The Bau Searches Los Angeles For An Unsub Who Was Invited Into Victims’ Homes, On “Criminal Minds,” Wednesday, Feb. 24. Press release number 2: The Bau will search Los Angeles after the team finds security footage that shows an UnSub being invited into victims’ homes. Marisol Nichols returns as Agent Natalie Colfax. Carmine Giovinazzo (“CSI: NY”) guest stars as Andrew Meeks, a former janitor. Guest stars feature: Marisol Nichols (Agent Natalie Colfax) , Carmine Giovinazzo (Andrew Meeks
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Shults’ “Krisha”, Heller’s “Teenage Girl” & Haynes’ “Safe” Part of 8th Wassaic Project Film Fest

American indie film love is on full display at a fest that I’ve coined farm version of Telluride. The 8th edition of the Wassaic Project Film Festival will take off at the tail end of the month and the curators have landed Todd Haynes’ masterwork Safe and a foursome of worthy items (not including a special in-progress feature film screening) for the ’15 edition.

Sundance preemed items in Marielle Heller’s The Diary of a Teenage Girl and Lyric R. Cabral and David Felix Sutcliffe’s (T)error will be shown alongside SXSW/Cannes profiled Krisha from Trey Edward Shults and Sam Cullman’s Tribeca showcased Art and Craft. The fest runs from July 31st until August 2nd in Wassaic, New York. Pitch up a tent and go watch these features – as well as shorts selected by the Wassaic Project and Jason Sondhi of Vimeo Staff Picks and Short of the Week.
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Project of the Day: The Duality of Man and One-Eyed Grizzlies in 'The Life and Death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger'

Project of the Day: The Duality of Man and One-Eyed Grizzlies in 'The Life and Death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger'
Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments. "The Life and Death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger" Tweetable Logline: The story of a couple destined for disaster. Think 'Blue Valentine' meets 'Jurassic Park'. Elevator Pitch: 'The Life and Death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger" is the story of a couple destined for disaster. The overarching theme is that Love is an adventure, and we subject ourselves to its irrationality for better or for worse. Whether they travel to the bottom of the ocean or the depths of outer space, Tommy and Stacey just can't seem to live up to each other's expectations. It's about the ideas we project onto other people,
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