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Jeepers Creepers 3 Trailer #2 Has the Creeper Back on the Hunt

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Jeepers Creepers 3 Trailer #2 Has the Creeper Back on the Hunt
Screen Media Films has released a new trailer for Jeepers Creepers 3, which will get a one-night-only theatrical release from Fathom Events in theaters nationwide September 26. This trailer is a full minute longer than the first trailer that dropped two weeks ago, giving fans a better look at the iconic Creeper (Jonathan Breck), and those in the small town who band together to put an end to the Creeper's reign of terror once and for all. While we still have a few weeks left until this special event, there has already been plenty of controversy swirling around the movie.

Even before production began, we reported last March that the Jeepers Creepers 3 production was being forced to move, just before the production was supposed to begin in Canada. The production shift was forced by The Canadian Performers Union, which stopped a casting call from going out for the film, once the union
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Deep Blue Sea 2: here's the trailer

Simon Brew Jan 29, 2018

A sequel to Deep Blue Sea not only exists, but it now has a trailer too...

Following its shoot last summer, the straight-to-dvd sequel to Deep Blue Sea is edging closer, with the release of the very first trailer from the movie. A trailer that looks like this...

We don't have a release date as of yet, but will keep you posted as soon as we get one...

Previously...

The list of people who watched 1998’s shark flick Deep Blue Sea and got nothing out of it is a short one, we’d politely suggest. Directed by Renny Harlin, the movie was and is an absolute blast, with genetically modified intelligent sharks doing battle with a selection of human fodder.

Amidst the cast of the film were Saffron Burrows, Samuel L Jackson, Thomas Jane, LL Cool J, Michael Rapaport and Stellan Skarsgard, and even writing a few
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Round-Up: Scream Factory’s Love Is in the Scare Livestream, Damien Teaser, The Girl In The Photographs, 6:66 Pm Photos, Nailed Down

Feast your eyes this Valentine's Day on a livestream horror movie marathon featuring some of Scream Factory's cult classic films for free. Also in this round-up: a new teaser for A&E's Damien, The Girl in the Photographs release details, a gallery of images from 6:66 Pm, and release date / trailer for Nailed Down.

Love Is in the Scare Livestream: Press Release: "Have no fear, love is in the scare. This Valentine’s Day, ditch the roses and keep the box of chocolates for yourself while you watch Love Is in the Scare, a marathon of Scream Factory classics streaming free on Sunday, February 14th, from noon to midnight Pt at loveisinthescare.com.

Brace yourself for 12 hours of heart-stopping shocks from seven terrifying films including the Shout! Factory TV premiere screenings of Beyond Darkness, Ghosthouse, Metamorphosis, Nomads, Class of 1984, Witchery and The Editor. The marathon event serves as
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Principle photography for thriller 'The Deep End' under way

By Seth Metoyer

MoreHorror.com

Principal photography has kicked off in La for the thriller The Deep End from Citizen Skull Production's.

The cast appears to be a killer one, which includes Nora-Jane Noone from the Oscar Nominated Brooklyn and horror hit The Decent, Alexandra Park from the E! Show's The Royals, Tobin Bell from the Saw films and television and movie actress Diane Farr.

The upcoming thriller is being directed by Matt Eskandari. Eskandari previously directed Victim a psychological thriller released by IFC Midnight and the recent movie Game of Assassins for Lionsgate starring Bai Ling. The Deep End was written by Eskandari and Michael Hultquist.

Bell portrayed the widely known iconic antagonist John Kramer/Jigsaw character in all seven “Saw” films spanning from 2004 to 2010. His complex character as a former engineer played games with select peoples' will to live by putting them in elaborate death traps as symbols
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Tobin Bell Joins Thriller ‘The Deep End’

Tobin Bell Joins Thriller ‘The Deep End’
Saw” actor Tobin Bell has joined Citizen Skull’s thriller “The Deep End,” Variety has learned exclusively.

He joins Nora-Jane Noone (“Brookyln”) and Alexandra Park (“The Royals”), who are playing sisters who become trapped under the fiberglass cover of a public pool. Shooting starts Monday in Los Angeles for three weeks.

Matt Eskandari is directing from a script he co-wrote with Michael Hultquist. Citizen Skull’s Mark Myers, executive producer of “Manson Family Vacation” and “Experimenter,” will oversee the production with executive producers Fernando Szew, Sharon Bordas and Hannah Pillemer.

Bell portrayed the iconic John Kramer/Jigsaw character in all seven “Saw” movies between 2004 and 2010. His demented character — a former engineer — tested others’ will to live by placing them in deadly traps as symbols of what he saw as a moral flaws in the victims, in hopes that survivors would gain a new appreciation for their lives.

Bell most recently appeared in “Manson Family Vacation.
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Charles Agron Launches K Street Pictures & Sets First Release

Charles Agron Launches K Street Pictures & Sets First Release
Exclusive: Dark House writer-producer Charles Agron today announced K Street Pictures, a distribution company whose first release will be Monday At 11:01 Am. Agron wrote, produced and acts in director Harvey Lowry’s suspense thriller, which K Street will release during first-quarter 2016. Agron serves as CEO of the new company, which aims to produce and acquire for worldwide distribution up to five productions per year in the first two years with plans to expand in 2018…
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Fright At Home: August 18th – Killer kids, Nomads, Alien Abductions and a whole lot of craziness!

This week, for our Fright At Home column, we thought we’d try out something new. While we typically share the week’s newly released titles and give you a small rundown on what films are ones that you might want to check out, we thought it would be fun to switch it up a bit. We’re going to give you the DVD/Bluray art and the official synopsis for each film, but instead of writing small pieces on each film, this week we’re going to be featuring a video review of each film, so we can tell you in more detail about each film. It’s a test, so if you fright fanatics would rather have our usual format, sound off and let us know, and if you dig the new approach to Fright At Home, let us know that as well, because like it’s said in the video: ultimately,
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Arc Entertainment Acquires Family Drama 'Phantom Halo,' Starring Rebecca Romijn

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Arc Entertainment Acquires Family Drama 'Phantom Halo,' Starring Rebecca Romijn
Read More: Arc Entertainment Acquires Civil War Thriller 'Echoes Of War' Arc Entertainment has acquired all Us rights to the crime thriller "Phantom Halo," the debut film from Antonia Bogdanovich, who co-wrote the film with Anne Heffron. "Phantom Halo" stars Thomas Brodie-Sangster ("The Maze Runner"), Rebecca Romijn ("X-Men"), Luke Kleintank ("Dark House"), Sebastian Roché ("A Walk Among the Tombsones"), Tobin Bell ("Saw II"), and Clare Grant ("Walk the Line").   "Phantom Halo" follows brothers Samuel (Brodie-Sangster) and Beckett (Kleintank), who struggle to survive while their father gambles and drinks. They find reprieve in comic books and Shakespeare -- but when Beckett tries to make some money to pay off his father's debts by counterfeiting, things take a turn for the worse.  "This is a searing and original family drama, brilliantly acted and directed....
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‘Dark House’ DVD Review

Stars: Luke Kleintank, Tobin Bell, Alex McKenna, Anthony Rey Perez, Zack Ward, Lacey Anzelc, Ethan S. Smith, Lesley-Anne Down, Charles Agron, Daniel Ross Owens, Max Gail, Patricia Belcher | Written by Victor Salva, Charles Agron | Directed by Victor Salva

As a fan of the Jeepers Creepers movies I’m always interested in what Victor Salva will come up with next, and this can be a good and bad thing. Dark House is his latest movie which he directs and co-wrote the screenplay for and I have to admit that it is an interesting film, if you are a fan of Supernatural or shows like it that focus on a fairly lightweight battle between good and evil. With Tobin Bell starring, Dark House is also is likely to pull in some of the Saw fans too.

Nick Di Santo (Luke Kleintank) is a man with a gift, he’s able to see
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Your 2014 Halloween Season TV Preview with Schedules

The craft stores know something you don’t know. That’s right. It’s time for the 2014 Halloween Season TV Preview! This is where we let you know about the time and channel for everything we can find on TV having to do with Halloween or Horror for the month of October and sometimes late September. This will include holiday specials, horror movies, TV show premier dates and Halloween episodes of your favorite series as well as documentaries that might be considered scary. Anything and everything that might get your ghost good.

I always start with TCM because you can tell they take such care in developing their lineup. Be sure to check out their Thursday nights. This is truly a unique year for that station.

A quick note: We are not going to be able to get it all. So many different markets and channels and providers… it’s
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'Pretty Little Liars' Recap: 'A' Attacks Ali, Spencer, Aria And Ezra Investigate Bethany Young

A attacked Ali in her home and the girls receive more information on Bethany Young, the girl in Ali’s grave in Pretty Little Liars’ “Run, Ali, Run.”

'A' Is Back

After Toby’s (Keegan Allen) house blows up due to a “gas leak,” the girls receive a message from A: “Did you miss me, bitches?” Toby, who went off to make sure none of his family members were in their house, is fine and confirms to Spencer (Troian Bellisario) that everyone, meaning Jenna (Tammin Sursok) and his parents, are safe. Why blow up Toby’s house when they were all gathered at Emily’s like sitting ducks? Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) tells Hanna (Ashley Benson) that he doesn’t know. What he does know: “A doesn’t shoot and miss.”

A continues to fire warning shots throughout the episode, and the girls are also being hounded by FBI’s Lt.
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'Pretty Little Liars' 100th Episode Recap: Caleb Returns To Rosewood, A Is Back With A Bang

Pretty Little Liars’ 100th episode saw the return of Caleb, Jenna and A in “Miss Me x100.”

Pretty Little Liars Recap

Ali (Sasha Pieterse) is ready to return to Rosewood High, but no one is ready to welcome her – even Hanna (Ashley Benson) is scared of becoming one of Ali’s puppets or dolls again. Travis (Luke Kleintank) tells her that she doesn’t have anything to worry about, who cares what everyone else thinks if she knows who she is?

While Hanna and Travis are doing their romantic astronomy homework, Aria (Lucy Hale) and Ezra (Ian Harding) are having a non-date night. They run into Ali on the sidewalk, talking to an unknown driver in a black SUV. She brushes it off, and says that she was just talking to one of her father’s employees, but they’re suspicious. Across the street, a bus pulls in and drops
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Dark House (2014) Review

Reviewed by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

Dark House (2014)

Written by: Victor Salva, Charles Agron

Directed by: Victor Salva

Cast: Luke Keintank (Nick De Santo), Alex McKenna (Eve), Anthony Rey Perez (Ryan), Zack Ward (Chris McCulluch), Lacey Anzelc (Lilith), Lesley- Anne Down (Lillian), Tobin Bell (Seth)

Sometimes names affiliated with a film that have cut a legendary niche for themselves in other pictures can be a telltale sign of a mediocre film. After “The Devil’s Rejects”, Sid Haig and Ken Foree were everywhere, with some films not becoming of their legendary status. So I always take famous names in obscure films with a cautionary grain of salt. “Dark House” has Tobin Bell from “Saw”, elegant Lesley-Ann Down, and is helmed by Victor Salva of “Jeepers Creepers” fame. This could be a small scale project of exceptional quality and potential that the famous people that are in it believe in, or
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An Indigenous One-Sheet is Native to Terror

Just in time to showcase the film's presence at Cannes, Lightning Entertainment has unveiled the sales art for the Chupacabra flick Indigenous. It's heavy on atmosphere but a bit light on goat sucker. Now there's something you don't hear everyday, huh?

From the Press Release

As demand for commercial horror/thriller fare continues to rise in the global marketplace, Lightning Entertainment has bolstered its offerings in the space, acquiring international sales rights to two highly sought-after titles, “Indigenous” and “Dark House,” which will debut in Cannes. The announcement was made today by Lightning Entertainment’s Evp & General Manager Ken DuBow.

“It is clear that movies in the horror/thriller genre continue to elicit the most enthusiasm among movie going audiences worldwide and it’s our job to help meet the needs of distributors looking to build a pipeline of strong commercial offerings,” said Lightning sales and acquisitions consultant Richard S. Guardian.
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Indie Spotlight

We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting the recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes DVD release details for Compound Fracture, trailers for Altergeist and Aftermath, first details on Danger Word, the Stage Fright call for submissions, and the lineup from Sci Fest in Los Angeles, a review of the second season of Holliston, and much more:

Compound Fracture DVD Release Details: “Level 33 Entertainment announced today the release of the highly anticipated horror feature film Compound Fracture coming to DVD and VOD on May 13, 2014. Bringing together three iconic figures in the horror pantheon, Compound Fracture stars Tyler Mane (Michael Myers in Rob Zombie’s Hallowee), Muse Watson (Ben Willis in I Know What You Did Last Summer), and Derek Mears (Jason Voorhees in the new Friday The 13th). The movie will be available at all major retail and rental outlets including Walmart,
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Indigenous Heads to Cannes; New Still

Lightning Entertainment is taking the Chupacabra flick Indigenous to Cannes (along with Victor Salva's Dark House which is currently available here Stateside) and they let us know by sending over a press release and a new still! Dig it!

From the Press Release

As demand for commercial horror/thriller fare continues to rise in the global marketplace, Lightning Entertainment has bolstered its offerings in the space, acquiring international sales rights to two highly sought-after titles, “Indigenous” and “Dark House,” which will debut in Cannes. The announcement was made today by Lightning Entertainment’s Evp & General Manager Ken DuBow.

“It is clear that movies in the horror/thriller genre continue to elicit the most enthusiasm among movie going audiences worldwide and it’s our job to help meet the needs of distributors looking to build a pipeline of strong commercial offerings,” said Lightning sales and acquisitions consultant Richard S. Guardian.
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Cannes: Lightning boosts genre line-up

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Cannes: Lightning boosts genre line-up
Lightning Entertainment has boosted its Croisette credentials with two news titles, Indigenous and Dark House.

Victor Salva of Jeepers Creepers and Peaceful Warrior fame directs Dark House, about a young man who must confront a horrifying force to unravel the mystery of his psychic gift.

Tobin Bell from the Saw franchise stars alongside Luke Kleintank and Zack Ward. Dark House will screen in the Cannes market.

Alastair Orr directed Tribeca premiere Indigenous (pictured) starring Pierson Fode, Lindsey McKeon, Sofia Pernas and Jaime Anderson.

The monster film shot in Panama and follows a group of holidaymakers who defy local warnings as they go in search of a waterfall.

Lightning svp Joseph Dickstein negotiated the deal for Dark House with Paradigm’s Meghan Oliver and for Indigenous with Xyz’s Nick Bolton.

Lightning Entertainment’s evp and general manager Ken DuBow made the announcement.
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Dark House Review

Victor Salva has experienced his highs and lows, spanning a career including Clownhouse, Jeepers Creepers, and some other movies about albinos and such – but just when you thought a trip down Rosewood Lane was the worst Salva could do, he found shelter in Dark House. Personally, I believe Jeepers Creepers was a bit of a lucky victory, as Salva absolutely tries to recreate that same independent horror vibe, but as axe-wielding lunatics run on all fours, chasing our group of house hunting victims, Salva’s latest attempt becomes sillier and sillier. Casting Tobin Bell might bring horror credibility in some circles, but not even Jigsaw could save this ridiculous bit of realty horror – and no, that’s not just because of the house’s price. I guess it’s never a good sign when you can describe a film as a “fixer upper.”

Nick De Santo (Luke Kleintank) never knew his father,
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This Week's Criminal Minds to Feature Horror Icons Tobin Bell, Adrienne Barbeau and Bill Oberst, Jr.

Even though "The Walking Dead" has wrapped up another season, there's still a whole lot for horror fans to watch on TV this week, including new episodes of "Bates Motel" and "Hannibal."

If that's not enough for ya, then you may be interested in Wednesday night's episode of "Criminal Minds," which is jam-packed with familiar faces. Read on for details!

From the Press Release

Horror stalwarts Adrienne Barbeau (The Fog, Creepshow), Tobin Bell (Saw series, Dark House), and Bill Oberst, Jr. (Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies, Take This Lollipop), are guest starring in an episode of “Criminal Minds,” entitled “Blood Relations.” This episode premieres Wednesday, April 2nd, at 9pm on the CBS Television Network. Series star Matthew Gray Gubler directed the episode, which was written by “Criminal Minds” producer Breen Frazier.

The official episode synopsis from CBS reads: "When two murder victims are found in a backwoods community in West Virginia,
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Nothing Good's Hiding In "Dark House"

How am I the only one who thinks this is a bad idea?

There's a pretty good movie that you've probably heard of called The Dead Zone (1983).  It was a movie from David Cronenberg based on a Stephen King book where a man could see someone's future just by touching them.  This lead the character on a battle against fate.  Dark House (2014) is about Nick Di Santo (Luke Kleintank) who touches people and knows how they will die (if it's gruesome enough).  After his lunatic mother dies, Nick is bequeathed a house, a house he's been drawing all of his life.  So, with his subtly named pregnant girlfriend Eve (Alex McKenna) and buddy Ryan (Anthony Rey Perez), Nick goes in search of his ancestral home.  Once they get in the neighborhood, they run in to Scut Farkus (Zack Ward)--who has changed his name to Chris and become a geological
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