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Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist Season 1 Episode 9 Review: Silence

Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist Season 1 Episode 9 Review: Silence
Everything was back to normal on Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist Season 1 Episode 9.

Zoey no longer danced on tables or serenaded the public space with love ballads.

Right on back to reading other people's souls then.

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Although, would it be so bad if Zoey continued her performances? I'm sure most of us would appreciate it. 

Instead, she went back into savior mode, this time she reconnected Howie and his daughter Abigail. 

Silence is the silent killer that eventually dissolves relationships, and Howie almost had to learn this the hard way. 

The deep bond between Zoey and Mitch is enough to make us all cry, and clearly, it had this very effect on Howie. 

Howie is the sweetest teddy bear, and it was hard to believe anyone could hold any resentment toward him.

In this instance, his daughter Abigail, who
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WFF2019: Entangled is Bland and Forgettable [Review]

Munro Chambers really impressed earlier this year with a stellar performance in the hugely entertaining Harpoon (review) so when his name appeared on the credit list of Entangled, I was instantly drawn to the movie which on closer review, sounded like it would be right up my alley.

Chambers, along with Paloma Kwiatkowski, Robert Naylor, and Sandra Mae Frank, star as a group of college students experimenting with time travel. Their experiments yield results but they don't realize just how successful their experiments are until months after one of them is tragically killed in a car accident and the dead colleague appears seemingly out of nowhere and carries on as if nothing has
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Horrorhound Weekend: ‘Soul to Keep’ Review

Stars: Sandra Mae Frank, Aurora Heimbach, Kate Rose Reynolds, Tony Spitz, Craig Fogel, Jordan Theodore, Derek Long, Jessie Jordan, Connor McKenna, Brian Donovon | Written by David Allensworth, Eric Bram | Directed by David Allensworth, Moniere

A group of siblings, and their lifelong, friends decide to throw a party at a rundown country house belonging to the grandfather of one of family. It’s all fun and games until the lights go out. Searching the basement to find the fuse box, the group discover a secret ritual room, complete with animal bones, blood, and meat arranged in a large triangle. Not to mention the nearby grimoire – a demonic spell book. The group is convinced now that the siblings “Pop Pop” (as he was affectionately known) truly went crazy.

One of the group, Grace, being familiar with it all, reads over the grimoire to discover a spell to conjure the very powerful demon,
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Horror Highlights: Us And Them Exclusive Clip, Halloween (2018) Advance Tickets & Theme Download, Soul To Keep Shriekfest Premiere, Toronto After Dark Final Lineup, All-Day Supernatural Marathon

Ever since Heather Wixson gave it a 4-star review at 2017's SXSW Film Festival, we've been excited to see Joe Martin's new movie Us and Them. To celebrate the film's October 12th UK release, we've been provided with an exclusive clip to share with Daily Dead readers. Tickets for David Gordon Green’s Halloween (2018) have gone on sale and those who pre-order will get a free audio download of the Halloween theme by John Carpenter, Cody Carpenter, and Daniel Davies! Also: Soul to Keep debut at Shriekfest, Toronto After Dark Film Fest final lineup details, and info on TNT's all-day Supernatural marathon on Halloween!

Us and Them Exclusive Clip: "Us And Them is a UK film starring Jack Roth (son of actor Tim Roth) in a tour de force performance about an ordinary working class kid who is tired of the rough deal he faces. His plan? To start
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Shriekfest 2018’s Second Wave of Programming Includes Killer Kate!, Camp Cold Brook, Soul To Keep

As promised, the second wave of films have been announced for Shriekfest Film Festival 2018, including Killer Kate!, Camp Cold Brook (starring Danielle Harris, Chad Michael Murray, and Courtney Gains), and the world premieres of Sound Wave and Soul to Keep:

Press Release: The Shriekfest Film Festival, an international horror/sci-fi film and screenplay competition, has announced the first three films of its 2018 feature film lineup. Film festival director Denise Gossett says "We are super excited to show you our wonderfully diverse selection of amazing films from all over the world.".

The feature films selected thus far are listed below:

"Sound Wave" (World Premiere) written & directed by Shriekfest Alum Dylan K. Narang (All I Need). A teenage inventor's life spirals into chaos when a nefarious group discovers he's invented a device that can hear into the past. Starring Hunter Doohan (Westworld), Katie Owsley (All I Need), & Paul Tassone

"Killer Kate!
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The Sound Of Fear: A Deaf Woman Goes on the Run in Impressive Clip

In Colin Campbell's intense and well shot The Sound of Fear, a young deaf woman inadvertently witnesses a murder and ends up on the run, racing through town and looking for help from people she can't communicate with. It's a great premise for a thriller made even more authentic by the fact that actress Sandra Mae Frank is actually deaf. Calling to mind recent horror hits like Don't Breathe and Mike Flanagan's Hush, The Sound of Fear offers an interesting twist on the home invasion genre. The sequence below is taken from the feature length project. It was filmed in the hopes of drumming up additional support for the film, so if you like what you see, do share and re-post! ...

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B’way Does the ‘Shuffle’ at Astaire Awards

“Shuffle Along, or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed” came out on top at the Fred and Adele Astaire Awards held Monday, May 16, with three wins. The show took outstanding ensemble and its star Phillip Attmore was named best male dancer. Choreographer Savion Glover was honored with the best choreographer win and shared the recognition with Andy Blankenbuehler for his work on “Hamilton” and Sergio Trujillo for the Gloria Estefan jukebox musical “On Your Feet!” “She Loves Me” star Jane Krakowski—who is literally dragged across the stage in a full split in one of the revival’s numbers—took the award for best female dancer. She beat out the impressive tap dancing routines from Eloise Kropp and Mara Davi in “Dames at Sea,” as well as Deanna Doyle of “Tuck Everlasting,” Ana Villafañe of “On Your Feet!,” Adrienne Warren of “Shuffle Along,” and Sandra Mae Frank of “Spring Awakening.
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