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Twilight's Ashley Greene Up For Satanic Thriller

With Breaking Dawn . Part 2 bringing a close to the cross-demographic behemoth franchise that has long dominated the box office, the cast of Twilight is now seeking to shape their careers in the shadows of the characters that made them famous. For raven-haired ingénue Ashley Greene, this means soldiering down a path of horror she began in 2008 with a small role in the slasher comedy Otis. Since then, she's played the lead in the serial killer thriller Summer's Blood and the college-set ghost tale The Apparition, and so her next possible project seems a natural fit. The Wrap reports Greene is being considered for a role in The Weinstein Company's soon-to-shoot horror feature that was previously titled Kristy, but now boasts the more enticing and twisted title Satantic. Recently, rising starlet Haley Bennett had signed on to the film, and at the time producers described the flick as a psychological ...
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SXSW 2011 Review: Little Deaths

The SXSW Film Festival is in full swing down in Austin, Texas, and of course we have it fully staffed and will be bringing you some stellar coverage beginning with some reviews! First up - The latest UK anthology flick, Little Deaths.

Little Deaths features tales of terror from Simon Rumley (Red White & Blue, Living and the Dead), Andrew Parkinson (I, Zombie, Venus Drowning) and Sean Hogan (Isle of Dogs, Summer's Blood).

To check out the first of our reviews from the big dance, click on the ever-so-hot teaser art below, and look for more on Little Deaths soon!

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SXSW 2011: Horror Goes to the Dogs in Latest Imagery from Little Deaths

Three new images have surfaced online today for the SXSW premiere of Little Deaths, and we've got a peek at the goods for you. Dig it!

Little Deaths features tales of terror from Simon Rumley (Red White & Blue, Living and the Dead), Andrew Parkinson (I, Zombie, Venus Drowning) and Sean Hogan (Isle of Dogs, Summer's Blood).

House and Home: Written and Directed by Sean Hogan

"A well-to-do yuppie couple, Richard and Victoria, pose as concerned religious do-gooders in order to lure homeless girls back to their home for perverted sex games. Deciding upon their latest target, a mysterious young woman named Sorrow, they drug and imprison her before subjecting her to a series of assaults and humiliations. However, the captive girl is not as helpless as she first appears, and the couple soon find the rules of the game have changed…"

Mutant Tool: Written and Directed by Andrew Parkinson

"Jen,
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SXSW '11/SXFantastic: A Taste of Mayhem in New 'Little Deaths' Imagery!

SXSW '11/SXFantastic: A Taste of Mayhem in New 'Little Deaths' Imagery!
Those of you attending this weekend's SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas, mark your calendars for this Friday as SXFantastic will host the international premiere of Little Deaths, a new horror anthology featuring horrific tales from three of Englands edgiest filmmakers: Simon Rumley (Red White & Blue, Living and the Dead), Andrew Parkinson (I, Zombie, Venus Drowning) and Sean Hogan (Isle of Dogs, Summer's Blood). The premiere is set for Friday, 3/11 at 11:59pm at Alamo Drafthouse Lamar where directors Simon Rumley and Sean Hogan will attend (get tix). To get you even more excited, inside you'll find a slew of excluisve images from the three short films: "Bitch," "House & Home," and "Mutant Tool." Bark if you want more!
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SXSW 2011: Two More Glimpses of the Psycho-Sexual Goodness of Little Deaths

The new import anthology Little Deaths is screening at midnight during the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, TX, and to celebrate the flick's premiere, two new images have debuted, and one is filled with a bunch of true bitches!

Little Deaths features tales of terror from Simon Rumley (Red White & Blue, Living and the Dead), Andrew Parkinson (I, Zombie, Venus Drowning) and Sean Hogan (Isle of Dogs, Summer's Blood).

House and Home: Written and Directed by Sean Hogan

"A well-to-do yuppie couple, Richard and Victoria, pose as concerned religious do-gooders in order to lure homeless girls back to their home for perverted sex games. Deciding upon their latest target, a mysterious young woman named Sorrow, they drug and imprison her before subjecting her to a series of assaults and humiliations. However, the captive girl is not as helpless as she first appears, and the couple soon find the rules of the game have changed…
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SXSW 2011: Trailer Debut for Psycho-Sexual Anthology Little Deaths

This year's SXFantastic lineup (a group of five films selected by the folks behind Fantastic Fest that screen at midnight during the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, TX) includes Little Deaths, a psycho-sexual horror anthology comprised of three separate stories dealing with the twin themes of sex and death. Today its trailer debuted online, and of course we have it for you here.

Little Deaths features tales of terror from Simon Rumley (Red White & Blue, Living and the Dead), Andrew Parkinson (I, Zombie, Venus Drowning) and Sean Hogan (Isle of Dogs, Summer's Blood).

House and Home: Written and Directed by Sean Hogan

"A well-to-do yuppie couple, Richard and Victoria, pose as concerned religious do-gooders in order to lure homeless girls back to their home for perverted sex games. Deciding upon their latest target, a mysterious young woman named Sorrow, they drug and imprison her before subjecting her to a series of assaults and humiliations.
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SXSW 2011: New Trailer and photos for Little Deaths

                                     We've been following this cool looking import for about a year now andfinally have some sweet news to share. The UK horror'thriller Little Deaths is an anthology featuring the works of Sean Hogan (Summer's Blood), Simon Rumley (Red White & Blue) and Andrew Parkinson (I, Zombie) and will be screening at the "midnight movies" SXFantastic program that is part of the awesome South By South West Film Fest aka SXSW 2011.  Little Deaths premieres March 11 at 11:59pm.  Click here to watch the cool trailer and check out the new photos over at Styd!                           For more info on SXFantastic and show times, visit FantasticFest.com/SXfantastic. Little Deaths premieres March 11 at 11:59pm.
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Exclusive Trailer and Photos From Little Deaths

Fantastic Fest selected five "midnight movies" to play at the South by Southwest Film Festival under the appropriately named SXFantastic program. The UK import Little Deaths is one of them and ComingSoon.net's ShockTillYouDrop.com got an exclusive first look at the trailer and two photos. Little Deaths is an anthology featuring the works of Sean Hogan ( Summer's Blood ), Simon Rumley ( Red White & Blue ) and Andrew Parkinson ( I, Zombie ). The title will have it's international premiere at SXFantastic on Friday, 3/11 at 11:59pm. You can view the trailer and photos here !
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Exclusive Trailer, Photos from Little Deaths

The hip, genre-lovin' cat at Fantastic Fest selected five "midnight movies" to play at South By Southwest under the appropriately named SXFantastic program. The UK import Little Deaths is one of them and we've got a trailer full of debauchery to share with you. Deaths is an anthology featuring the works of Sean Hogan ( Summer's Blood ), Simon Rumley ( Red White & Blue ) and Andrew Parkinson ( I, Zombie ). You'll find a complete breakdown of each story featured within Deaths in our previous news item here . Or, you can just skip to the trailer and enjoy! In addition to the preview, we've got two exclusive photos, as well as early sales artwork, in our gallery . For more info on SXFantastic and show times, visit FantasticFest.com/SXfantastic . Little...
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FrightFest 2011: First Images from Little Deaths

Oh yes! There will be blood. And sex. And then more blood! The Film 4 FrightFest Weekend (Friday, Feb. 25th–Saturday, Feb. 26th) returns to its second home at the Glasgow Film Festival for the sixth year, and with it, it's bringing the highly anticipated anthology Little Deaths.

Check out the first stills from the flick below, and hit up the above linkage to get your tickets.

Little Deaths features tales of terror from Simon Rumley (Red White & Blue, Living and the Dead), Andrew Parkinson (I, Zombie, Venus Drowning) and Sean Hogan (Isle of Dogs, Summer's Blood). Dig on the plot crunch for each below along with the killer promo art.

House and Home: Written and Directed by Sean Hogan

"A well-to-do yuppie couple, Richard and Victoria, pose as concerned religious do-gooders in order to lure homeless girls back to their home for perverted sex games. Deciding upon their latest target,
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Frightfest '11: Take a Vicious Bite Out of the First Images from 'Little Deaths'

Frightfest '11: Take a Vicious Bite Out of the First Images from 'Little Deaths'
With one world, one European and five UK premieres, Film 4 Frightfest, the UKs biggest horror fantasy festival returns to its second home at the Glasgow Film Festival for the 6th year with their darkest, deranged and daring line-up ever. One such selection is the world premiere of Little Deaths, a new anthology featuring horrific tales from three of Englands edgiest filmmakers: Simon Rumley (Red White & Blue, Living and the Dead), Andrew Parkinson (I, Zombie, Venus Drowning) and Sean Hogan (Isle of Dogs, Summer's Blood). Get the skinny on all three films below, along with first two official stills!
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RTÉ Claims Irish Rights to 'Camelot'

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RTÉ has secured the Irish broadcasting rights for 'Camelot'. The 10 x one hour series will premiere in the U.S. on Starz in the Spring of 2011 and will thereafter broadcast on RTÉ Two. Filming is to wrap this month on the Wicklow-based production with Canadian director, Michelle MacLaren taking on the director's role for the final two weeks of filming The series' starry cast includes Joseph Fiennes (Flash Forwad), Eva Green (Cracks), Jamie Campbell Bower (Sweeney Todd), Tamsin Egerton (St Trinians), Claire Forlani (Meet Joe Black) and Peter Mooney (Summer's Blood).
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Afm 2010: Check Out The Synopsis And Very Cool Artwork For Little Deaths

Afm 2010 is where it's at right now, and I wish I was there right in the middle of things! Next up on our coverage is the very cool artwork for the upcoming anthology Little Deaths, which kind of reminds me of the hot chick from Return of the Living Dead Part 3. Little Deaths has stories of terror from Simon Rumley (Red White & Blue, Living and the Dead), Andrew Parkinson (I, Zombie, Venus Drowning) and Sean Hogan (Isle of Dogs, Summer's Blood). Anthology Synopsis:

House and Home: Written and Directed by Sean Hogan

"A well-to-do yuppie couple, Richard and Victoria, pose as concerned religious do-gooders in order to lure homeless girls back to their home for perverted sex games. Deciding upon their latest target, a mysterious young woman named Sorrow, they drug and imprison her before subjecting her to a series of assaults and humiliations. However, the captive girl is not
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Afm 2010: Our Favorite Artwork of the Show! We're Big on Little Deaths

Here's a bit of eye candy that stopped us dead in our tracks at Afm! The good news? This upcoming anthology movie sounds as badass as it looks! Dig it!

Little Deaths features tales of terror from Simon Rumley (Red White & Blue, Living and the Dead), Andrew Parkinson (I, Zombie, Venus Drowning) and Sean Hogan (Isle of Dogs, Summer's Blood). Dig on the plot crunch for each below along with the killer promo art.

House and Home: Written and Directed by Sean Hogan

"A well-to-do yuppie couple, Richard and Victoria, pose as concerned religious do-gooders in order to lure homeless girls back to their home for perverted sex games. Deciding upon their latest target, a mysterious young woman named Sorrow, they drug and imprison her before subjecting her to a series of assaults and humiliations. However, the captive girl is not as helpless as she first appears, and the couple
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Channel 4 Audiences Set for 'Camelot' Knights

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Channel 4 has secured the UK premiere broadcast rights to 'Camelot'. The Irish-Canadian Co-Production is set to air in 2011 on Starz in the U.S and, now, Channel 4 in the UK. The deal was brokered for Channel 4 by Acting Head of Acquisitions, Penny Harris and Gk-tv President Craig Cegielski. 'Camelot' sets re-tell the Arthurian legends for a contemporary audience. The cast includes: Joseph Fiennes (Flash Forwad), Eva Green (Cracks), Jamie Campbell Bower (Sweeney Todd), Tamsin Egerton (St Trinians), Claire Forlani (Meet Joe Black) and Peter Mooney (Summer's Blood).
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Hot Babe of the Week: Ashley Greene Bikini

I have been obsessed with Ashley Greene ever since she threatened to sue me for posting naked pictures of her. So it was only a matter of time until I made her our Hot Babe of the Week. Plus we really need a break from Kelly Brook. Greene is arguably the hottest chick from the Twilight Saga, and is starring in the upcoming horror film The Apparition. You can also catch her in the slasher flick Summer's Moon aka Summer's Blood currently available on DVD.
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Are You Ready to Suffer The Little Deaths?

What do you get when you take three of England's most promising horror filmmakers, Andrew Parkinson (I, Zombie, Venus Drowning), Simon Rumley (Red White & Blue, Living and the Dead), and Sean Hogan (Isle of Dogs, Summer's Blood), and bring them together for one killer anthology flick? Imagination Worldwide's latest terror flick The Little Deaths, that's what! And we've got the details of each story!

House and Home: Written and Directed by Sean Hogan

"A well-to-do yuppie couple, Richard and Victoria, pose as concerned religious do-gooders in order to lure homeless girls back to their home for perverted sex games. After deciding upon their latest target, a mysterious young woman named Sorrow, they drug and imprison her before subjecting her to a series of assaults and humiliations. However, the captive girl is not as helpless as she first appears, and the couple soon find the rules of the game have changed
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England's Finest Team on Horror Anthology 'Little Deaths'

From three of Englands edgiest filmmakers comes a terrifying tale of life gone horribly wrong as Imagination Worldwide has announced Little Deaths, a new anthology featuring horrific tales from Simon Rumley (Red White & Blue, Living and the Dead), Andrew Parkinson (I, Zombie, Venus Drowning) and Sean Hogan (Isle of Dogs, Summer's Blood). Get the skinny on all three films below, along with the international sales art. "A well-to-do yuppie couple, Richard and Victoria, pose as concerned religious do-gooders in order to lure homeless girls back to their home for perverted sex games. Deciding upon their latest target, a mysterious young woman named Sorrow; they drug and imprison her before subjecting her to a series of assaults and humiliations. However, the captive girl is not as helpless as she first appears and the couple soon find the rules of the game have changed" More
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Have You Heard of Summer's Moon?

Sony Pictures has released a small, very under the radar horror flick once known as Summer's Blood and now Summer's Moon. Released in November the flick stars Ashley Greene (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse), Peter Mooney (Scalpers), Stephen McHattie (Pontypool), and Barbara Niven (Dead at 17). Involving serial killers and incest, Summer's Moon is sure to push some buttons (hopefully not the off button). Some details did come out in November, but have a look at the full synopsis for Summer's Moon before the film fades in to complete obscurity.

A plotline for Summer's Moon:

"Hardened teenager Summer (Ashley Greene) is on the road looking to meet her estranged father. Her only clue to his whereabouts is a letter from a rural community called Massey.

Once she arrives in town Summer is rescued from a run-in with the law by a charming local handyman named Tom Hoxey (Peter Mooney). The couple
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