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We return with the latest edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a trailer for The Banshee Chapter, a new episode of Chronicles of the Dead, details on The Crying Dead, and much more:

Heir First Details: “From Richard Powell and Zach Green’s Fatal Pictures, the company that brought you the critically acclaimed, award winning horror shorts Worm and Familiar, comes their new and final short film “Heir”, a touching tale of father and son. Starring the Emmy award winning Bill Oberst Jr. (Abraham Lincoln Vs. Zombies) and Robert Nolan (Sick, Worm, Familiar).

After connecting with a stranger of similar interests online, family man Gordon and his son Paul, embark on an ill-fated road trip in which Gordon aims to indulge in a secret passion. Before the day ends a horrible truth will be uncovered and a harsh lesson will be learned.
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Do Not Disturb Hits DVD in August

Image Entertainment, an Rlj Entertainment brand, has announced the DVD release of Do Not Disturb on August 6, 2013, at an Srp of $27.97. Read on for details and artwork.

Directed by BC Furtney (New Terminal Hotel), this horror film stars Stephen Geoffreys (Friday Night), Tiffany Shepis (Cyrus), Ezra Buzzington (Fight Club), and Corey Haim (The Lost Boys) in his final screen appearance.

Synopsis

Holed up in a seedy hotel, Hollywood screenwriter Don Malek (Geoffreys) is scripting a diabolical plan for revenge. But instead of writing about a bloodthirsty serial killer, Don is doing the dirty work with his own hands. In this gritty, jolting thriller no one is safe… and checkout time is sooner than you think.

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Dread Central's Best and Worst of 2010

Well, folks, 2010 is officially in the can, and unlike 2009 horror movie fans took it in the can a lot less this year. Sure the last twelve months had its fair share of lows, but it also brought us a couple of new classics. As always we covered every single one of them mostly in great detail for you.

Now, with a fresh movie-watching start before us, we're taking our usual yearly look back at the good, the bad, the Wtf, and everything in between.

Don't just read along, though ... give us your lists in the comments section below. We wanna hear from you regarding what we nailed and what we dropped the ball on, so let the games begin!

Dig on our Best of and Worst of lists for 2010 by following the links below!

[The Buz]

[Thom Carnell]

[The Foywonder]

[Heather Wixson]

[Gareth Jones]

[MattFini]

[Nomad]

[The Woman in Black]

[Uncle Creepy]

[Andrew Kasch]

The Buz's Picks

As per usual I failed this year as a horror fan and a movie fan in general.
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Pittsburgh Police Mistake Corey Haim Movie Set For Real Murder Scene

Pittsburgh firefighters and police officers mistook an old movie set for an actual murder scene while battling a small fire at the George Washington Hotel. It seems the owner of the hotel left the blood splattered room untouched for almost two years. He claims he left the room alone in case the filmmakers wanted to do re-shoots. The movie is an upcoming flick called New Terminal Hotel, that stars Corey Haim and his ex-fiance Tiffany Shepis. Check out the trailer below.
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Old Horror Flick Set Causes Mild Panic in Pittsburgh

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Filed under: Movie News, Horror, Cinematical

Pittsburgh firefighters and police officers who were responding to a small fire chanced upon a horribly grisly murder scene last week -- only it wasn't a murder scene at all. Seems that the owner of the (allegedly haunted) George Washington Hotel had left a movie set-up untouched for over two years.

Turns out the horrific murder scene was nothing more than a gory batch of leftovers from a still upcoming flick called 'New Terminal Hotel,' a title that now seems oddly fitting. The movie, which stars Tiffany Shepis (pictured, you're welcome), Stephen Geoffreys(!), and the late Corey Haim, is little-seen at this point, but odds are that this unexpected splatter of publicity (and that crazy cast) may bring a few distributors calling. Heck, it could be the first horror movie to employ a blurb from a police officer!

"The most grisly murder
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Old Horror Flick Set Causes Mild Panic in Pittsburgh

Old Horror Flick Set Causes Mild Panic in Pittsburgh
Filed under: Movie News, Horror, Cinematical

Pittsburgh firefighters and police officers who were responding to a small fire chanced upon a horribly grisly murder scene last week -- only it wasn't a murder scene at all. Seems that the owner of the (allegedly haunted) George Washington Hotel had left a movie set-up untouched for over two years.

Turns out the horrific murder scene was nothing more than a gory batch of leftovers from a still upcoming flick called 'New Terminal Hotel,' a title that now seems oddly fitting. The movie, which stars Tiffany Shepis (pictured, you're welcome), Stephen Geoffreys(!), and the late Corey Haim, is little-seen at this point, but odds are that this unexpected splatter of publicity (and that crazy cast) may bring a few distributors calling. Heck, it could be the first horror movie to employ a blurb from a police officer!

"The most grisly murder
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The New Terminal Hotel Causes Police Panic in Washington, Pennsylvania

In what's probably going to be our favorite news story of the week, it has been reported that police were summoned to The George Washington Hotel (the site of many real life deaths and tragedies) to investigate what was believed to be the "most gruesome crime scene" Police Chief J.R. Blyth had ever seen in his thirty-five years on the force! There was just one problem ...

Blyth and his men were alerted to the scene when Washington firefighters responding to a fire at the Pennsylvania hotel stumbled upon what they thought was the scene of a massacre on the fourth floor of the building.

However, after the investigation had begun, it was soon realized that Room 405 in the hotel had been set up to resemble the site of a grisly murder to be used in the horror flick The New Terminal Hotel! Director B.C. Furtney had left his "set
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Event Report and Reviews from the 2010 GoreZone International Film Festival

On October 2nd the third annual GoreZone International Film Festival got under way at Leicester Square’s Prince Charles Cinema; and for the first time ever, Dread was on the scene to check it out. Our report follows along with condensed reviews of six of the films shown over the weekend.

Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet, Breath of Hate, Hyenas, Cyrus: Mind of a Serial Killer, New Terminal Hotel, Darfur, and Devil's Playground are all included, but first a recap of the event and awards show.

In the face of fellow Leicester Square-based festival and horror heavy hitter, Film4 Frightfest, GoreZone (or Gz, as the magazine has rebranded) would appear to be the underdog. Having experienced the festival first-hand, however, it’s pleasing to discover a level of intimacy and audience connection that is easily lost amongst the hustle and bustle of many larger profile fests, bolstered by
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2010 GoreZone International Film Festival Bringing the Blood to London!

For the second time in as many months, London’s Leicester Square is the place to be for UK horror fans as the GoreZone International Film Festival returns to the Prince Charles Cinema on October 2nd and 3rd. Featuring not only bevy of blood-soaked movies and guests but also GoreZone Magazine’s first ever awards ceremony, can you afford to miss it?

Check out the full press release:

Roll up, roll up! The third annual GoreZone International Film Festival is hittin’ London on October 2nd and 3rd at the prestigious Prince Charles Cinema on Leicester Square. 13 film premieres, 2 days, no chance for survival!

Hosted by the ever delectable Emily Booth (Evil Aliens) and Christa Campbell (Hyenas), this year’s festival will be covered for broadcast on Lava TV (U.K.) and The Fusion Network (U.S.A.).

This year will also feature our first live awards ceremony with the results,
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‘New Terminal Hotel’ – One of Corey Haim’s final films to screen in UK

Gorezone Magazine have announced that they will be screening New Terminal Hotel, one of Corey Haim’s final films, at their 2010 film festival. What’s also interesting about New Terminal Hotel is that the films star is none other than Stephen Geoffreys aka Evil Ed from Fright Night.

Don Malek (Geoffreys) isn’t the usual tenant found in the skid row hotels of downtown L.A. Grief-stricken since the murder of his fiancee Katherin, the successful screenwriter-turned murderous vigilante is bent on revenge against studio head Stanley Glissberg, the man cleared of murder charges in Katherin’s death. Don can’t forget – and Glissberg’s going to pay. Enter Don’s tenacious literary agent, Ava Collins (Tiffany Shepis), who tracks him down and wants to sell his manuscript – if there is one – or cut him loose. He assures her he’s holed-up in the cheap room to write, and his story’s a work-in-progress.
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New Terminal Hotel has an Ironic Name

New Terminal Hotel is Corey Haim's final film and the DVD releases March 22nd. The film incorporates murders and double-crossings. In New Terminal Hotel someone "is going to pay" (IMDb). In this revenge thriller Haim plays minor character Jasper Crash and the film was produced by Bull Lee Films. Have a read of the synopsis and check out Haim posthumously.

The synopsis for New Terminal Hotel:

"Don Malek is not the usual tenant found in the skid row hotels of downtown L.A.. Grief-stricken since the murder of his fiancee Katherin, this successful screenwriter-turned murderous vigilante is bent on revenge against studio head Stanley Glissberg. This is the man cleared of murder charges in Katherin's death. Don can't forget - and Glissberg's going to pay" (IMDb).

Release Date: March 22nd (DVD).

Director/writer: B.C. Furtney.

Cast: Ezra Buzzington, Stephen Geoffreys, Tiffany Shepis and James Grabowski.

A less than
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Cyrus Premieres at Gorezone 2010

The Gorezone Internation Film Festival begins October 2nd and Cyrus will premiere with Corey Haim's last film also showing. Cyrus is a suitable horror production for Gorezone. In the film a rural farmer turns into a multiple murderer when he finds his wife cheating. This sounds too familiar, minus the murderer part. In Haim's New Terminal Hotel things are dark and foreboding as a writer seeks inspiration. Two worthy entries at the festival here. Hosting are Emily Booth and Christa Campbell. Have a read of the Cyrus plotline here. Details on New Terminal Hotel and the Gorezone Film Festival are below.

A plot summary and overview of Cyrus here:

"A small independent news crew, made up of reporter Maria and her camera man Tom, investigates a series of unexplained disappearances in a small Midwestern county. The story leads them to the isolated town of Arkham Heights, where they find themselves interviewing Emmett,
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Remembering '80s Icon Corey Haim

  • PopStar
Corey Haim, arguably the 1980's equivalent of Taylor Lautner and Robert Pattinson, passed away at 38, apparently of a drug overdose, a tragedy that appears to have been accidental, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Though Haim fell on hard times both personally and professionally, Haim and fellow actor Corey Feldman -- collectively referred to as the "Two Coreys" -- once ruled the film world and were teen heartthrobs of the highest order. Haim, who hailed from Canada, arrived on the scene with the drama Firstborn (1984), starring opposite Peter Weller and Teri Garr, gained additional traction with Silver Bullet (1985) and Murphy's Romance (1985), and completely won over audiences with his heartbreaking, utterly natural turn as the lovable loser title character in Lucas (1986), with Charlie Sheen. But it was the handsome young actor's collaborations with Feldman that transformed him into a major star: The Lost Boys (1987), License to Drive (1988), and Dream a Little Dream
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R.I.P. Corey Haim

The last couple of years really have been a rough period, with actors, actresses, directors and other figures within the film industry passing away. Sadly, today we’re hearing the news that actor Corey Haim passed away in the early hours of this morning at the age of 38.

Haim was an actor probably best known for his role in The Lost Boys when he was just 16 but he also starred in thirty-eight other movies and TV shows over the years. He had notable collaborations with his Lost Boys co-star, Corey Feldman, seven times throughout his career, including on a reality show called The Two Coreys. He had completed two films, New Terminal Hotel and American Sunset, that are currently in the pipeline. Haim also had a few other projects either currently filming or in-development, which sadly he didn’t have a chance to finish.

The cause of Haim’s untimely
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New Trailer For New Terminal Hotel!

Below you can find a new trailer for New Terminal Hotel, the latest feature from writer/director BC Furtney, which stars Stephen Geoffreys (Fright Night), Tiffany Shepis, Ezra Buzzington (Rob Zombie'S H2, The Hills Have Eyes), Corey Haim (The Lost Boys) and Laura Leigh. Geoffreys plays Don Malek, a horror screenwriter whose sanity comes into question when he checks himself into the "new terminal hotel". Shepis plays his agent who eventually tracks him down in the hotel only to discover a body in his bathtub. From there, the other strange residents of the new terminal come into play and things aren't quite as they seem! Watch the new trailer below!

New Terminal Hotel Trailer from BC Furtney on Vimeo.

No release date is set yet, but we'll keep you posted. In the meantime, for more info, visit: www.bcfurtney.net. And make sure to check out pictures from the
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Check Into the Trailer for New Terminal Hotel

Although Twitter keeps getting most of the attention these days, Facebook is still a pretty valuable resource as well. Case in point: Ezra Buzzington's post pointing us in the direction of the trailer for his upcoming film New Terminal Hotel.

Along with Buzzington, writer/director BC Furtney's suspense thriller stars Stephen Geoffreys, Tiffany Shepis, Laura Leigh, and Corey Haim. It tells of a man (Geoffreys) driven insane by the Hollywood system and details the depths of depravity he sinks to because of it. Ezra portrays Spitz, a wheelchair-bound child pornographer who is a resident of the titular hotel and friend of Geoffreys’ character.

Dig the trailer below, and keep it here for more on New Terminal Hotel as it comes.

New Terminal Hotel Trailer from BC Furtney on Vimeo.

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Filmmaker talks new Breath Of Hate developments

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Indie horror specialist Sean Cain got in touch with Fango to give us an update on his latest feature, Breath Of Hate. The movie marks the second collaboration between Cain’s Velvet Hammer Films and Wes Laurie’s ArsonCuff Entertainment, following Silent Night, Zombie Night (see last item here), and has added to its creative team and cast, the latter of which includes previously announced Ezra Buzzington (pictured left) of the Hills Have Eyes remake.

Breath Of Hate, which Cain will direct from Laurie’s script, is about a young woman who works as an escort but is about to leave the business, and encounters a trio of violent escaped mental patients on her last job. “Ezra Buzzington has the leading role of Hate,” Cain says. “I worked with him recently on Someone’S Knocking At The Door [see previous item here], which has played at the Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival and more recently
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New Terminal Hotel - La Fango 2009 Panel!

On Saturday afternoon, April 18th, the West Hall panel room hosted a preview of the upcoming feature New Terminal Hotel, and Icons own Robg. moderated this panel. From the film, guests included writer/director BC Furtney, stars James Grabowski, Laura Leigh (who appeared in Furtney's Fango Blood Drive short films), Ezra Buzzington, the always lovely Tiffany Shepis and Stephen Geoffreys.

Furtney kicked off the panel by debuting the first teaser trailer for New Terminal Hotel. (Which you can now see on the filmmaker's official website Here!)

As with most panels, we talked about the origins of the project and putting together the cast, most of which consisted of people that BC already had established relationships such as Leigh and Shepis. Getting Stephen Geoffreys was an honor for the filmmaker having been a huge fan of his genre work in Fright Night and 976-evil. At one point, Geoffreys talked about the
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New Terminal Hotel Teaser Trailer!

The first teaser trailer for BC Furtney's New Terminal Hotel has debuted over on the filmmakers official website at http://www.bcfurtney.net/. If you were at last weekend's La Fango show, then you would've caught this clip prior to the panel, but if not, check it out for yourself right Here!

Written & directed by Furtney, New Terminal Hotel stars Stephen Geoffreys (Fright Night), Tiffany Shepis, Ezra Buzzington (Rob Zombie'S H2, The Hills Have Eyes), Corey Haim (The Lost Boys) and Laura Leigh who also appeared in Furtney's Fango Blood Drive short films.

Geoffreys plays Don Malek, a horror screenwriter whose sanity comes into question when he checks himself into the "new terminal hotel". Shepis plays his agent who eventually tracks him down in the hotel only to discover a body in his bathtub. From there, the other strange residents of the new terminal come into play and things aren't quite as they seem!
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Icons Of Fright At The La Fango!

Fiends! Today kicks off the 2009 La Fangoria Weekend Of Horrors convention over at the La Convention Center. Icons Of Fright will be there to represent! Iof will be moderating the following panels this weekend:

Walking Distance

With writer/director Mel House and cast members Adrienne King, Reggie Bannister, Shannon Lark and Denton Blane Everett

Grace

She’s having a baby! With actress Jordan Ladd, director Paul Solet and producer Adam Green

Fading Of The Cries

With actors Brad Dourif, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Elaine Hendrix, Jessica Morris, Hallee Hirsh and Jordan Matthews, plus director Brian Metcalf

New Terminal Hotel

With actors Stephen Geoffreys, Ezra Buzzington, Tiffany Shepis and Laura Leigh and writer/director B.C. Furtney

The Hills Run Red” Panel

With director Dave Parker, producer Robert Burnett and stars Janet Montgomery and Tad Hilgenbrink

And we'll be part of the Horror On The Web Panel moderated by

Shock Till You Drop
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