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These Visible Scars Will Not Fade Away: A Movie Review

*full disclosure: a DVD screener of this film was provided by Echo Bridge Entertainment for review. Director: Richard Turke. Writers: Thomas L. Ferguson and Richard Turke. Cast: Jillian Murray, Tom Sizemore, Hanna Hall, Deja Kreutzberg, Dave Parke, Timothy Ryan Cole and Jonas Fisch. Visible Scars is an indie thriller, which released in the middle of April. This title won "Best Picture" at the 2012 Shockfest and there is a reason why. This multi-genred film builds momentum as it moves through Acts II and III. Beginning slowly, Visible Scars draws the viewer in to a story of abuse, which later turns into murder. This title is a compelling film, with an intriguing conclusion. The story is dual in nature. The film begins with two sisters, who are kidnapped by a psychopathic man and killer. They are raised in poor conditions, until their new home is destroyed by an accidental fire. The film moves ahead several years.
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Echo Bridge Shows Off its Visible Scars

For our money you cannot have enough slasher movies. We love those loonies who engage in the old slice and dice, and Echo Bridge Entertainment is rolling out yet another one for us enthusiasts. Read on for details.

Echo Bridge is pleased to announce the release of Visible Scars, available now on DVD through Amazon and Kmart and on Blu-ray through Best Buy. The flick, directed by Richard Turke, stars Tom Sizemore and Jillian Murray.

Synopsis

Backwoods scum Mike Gillis once had twin daughters. Stolen from their murdered mother, they spent most of their lives locked in his basement, until a fire set them free. Years later, Stacy Walker heads for the same remote mountains to escape her abusive boyfriend. Despite temporary relief from her tormentor, Stacy is overcome with the sound of little girls' voices...and soon the hallucinations become a violent reality.

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Enter our 'Shockfest Film Festival' All Access Passes Give Away

By Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Alright, we've got pairs of All Access Passes to this weeks Shockfest Film Festival 2012 to give away. If you live near or are able to get to the L.A. area this week, you won't want to miss this years event (which includes the highly anticipated screenings of The Black Dahlia Haunting and Children of Sorrows). This pass includes access to all film screenings, including Opening Night Red Carpet and the Awards Ceremony.

To enter (and also qualify for a custom 'Freddy Glove' that will be given away at the festival) email your full name, physical address and subject line Shockfest All Access Pass Give Away to shockfestallaccess@morehorror.com. Winners will be notified by email with a code to redeem on the Shockfest website. Good luck!

About Shockfest Film Festival:

When:

Friday, November 16, 2012 at 8:00 Pm - Saturday, November 17, 2012 at 11:55 Pm (Pst)

Where:
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Exclusive: Full Shockfest 2012 Nominations Revealed

By Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Shockfest 2012 festival director G.R. Claveria has sent us the exclusive complete nomination announcement's for this years event.

The nominations were announced at the Shockfest party on Halloween at Dimples Restaurant, in Burbank, CA, and without further ado, here they are:

Best Actor Nominations

* Joe Estevez for Bunyan (World Premiere)

* Bill Oberst Jr. for Children of Sorrow (Los Angeles Premiere)

* Tom Sizemore for Visible Scars (World Premiere)

* Brandon Slagle for The Black Dahlia Haunting (Los Angeles Premiere)

* Adam Chambers for The Garlock Incident (World Premiere)

Best Actress Nominations

* Hannah Levien for Children of Sorrow (Los Angeles Premiere)

* Eve Blangiardo for No Love Lost (World Premiere)

* Devanny Pinn for The Black Dahlia Haunting (Los Angeles Premiere)

* Nicole Travolta for Orange County Hill Killers (Los Angeles Premiere)

* Jillian Murray for Visible Scars (World Premiere)

Best Feature Nominations

* Bunyan (World Premiere)

* The Black Dahlia Haunting (Los Angeles Premiere)

* Visible Scars
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Best Actor Award Nominations Announced for Shockfest 2012

By Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

The Best Actor Nominations have been released for Shockfest 2012. This year looks to be a killer one. Details are below.

Shockfest 2012 Official Best Actor Nominations

Joe Estevez for Bunyan (World Premiere)

Bill Oberst Jr. for Children of Sorrow (Los Angeles Premiere)

Tom Sizemore for Visible Scars (World Premiere)

Brandon Slagle for The Black Dahlia Haunting (Los Angeles Premiere)

Adam Chambers for The Garlock Incident (World Premiere)

About Shockfest

The Shockfest Film Festival of Hollywood is devoted to giving a platform and celebrating narratives, documentaries, and music videos that are different from the mainstream, films that move audiences (even if it means shaking them up)!

The festival is Friday, November 16, 2012 at 8:00 Pm - Saturday, November 17, 2012 at 11:55 Pm (Pst). Located at Raleigh Studios, 5300 Melrose Ave Los Angeles, CA 90038. Tickets can be purchased here. Also, MoreHorror readers can receive a 25% discount by using the promotional code Morehorror.
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'Visible Scars' Starring Tom Sizemore Completes Post-Production...Check Out The Trailer!

We just learned today that post-production has now officially completed for the forthcoming psychological thriller Visible Scars from filmmaker Richard Turke. The film, which will now be headed to the festival circuit in hopes of landing a distribution deal, stars Tom Sizemore (Heat, Saving Private Ryan, Bottom Feeder), Jillian Murray, and Hannah Hall (Forrest Gump, The Virgin Suicides).Check out the latest trailer below: Plot Synopsis: Se…
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Visible Scars Appear Online

No, we're not talking about scars on the hides of the Sopa and Pipa bills, although we're glad they took a public lashing. What we have here is a ghostly new flick starring Tom Sizemore and psychotic ghost twins!

Visible Scars is directed by Richard Turke and stars Tom Sizemore (Heat, Saving Private Ryan, Bottom Feeder), Jillian Murray, and Hannah Hall (Forrest Gump, The Virgin Suicides). Dig on the trailer and artwork below.

Synopsis

Seventeen years ago Mike Gillis killed a new mother of twin girls and took the babies to a house in the woods, claiming them as his own to appease his wife's desire for kids. After Mike committed multiple murders over seven years to "protect" the growing girls locked in the basement, even finally killing his wife, one day a fire in the house causes it to collapse on Mike and the twins. In present day Stacy Walker
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News to Me! There's A Movie Called 'Visible Scars' Starring Tom Sizemore That's Already Done Filming And Has A Trailer!

News to Me! There's A Movie Called 'Visible Scars' Starring Tom Sizemore That's Already Done Filming And Has A Trailer!
Color me late to the party. I'd never heard of Visible Scars before today. But it's here, and it's wrapped post production. It was directed by Richard Turke and stars Tom Sizemore (Heat, Saving Private Ryan and Hannah Hall (Forrest Gump, The Virgin Suicides). Per the film's official site, "Seventeen years ago, Mike Gillis killed a new mother of twin girls and took the babies to a house in the woods, claiming them as his own to appease his wife's desire for kids. After Mike committed multiple murders over seven years to "protect" the growing girls locked in the basement, even finally killing his wife, one day a fire in the house causes it to collapse on Mike and the twins."
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Visible Scars With Tom Sizemore, Hannah Hall Complete, Trailer Revealed

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Post-production has officially wrapped on the new psychological thriller, Visible Scars, starring Tom Sizemore, Jillian Murray (Never Back Down 2, The Graves) and Hannah Hall (Rob Zombie's Halloween).

Written and directed by Richard Turke, with cinematography by Jacques Haitkin (A Nightmare on Elm Street 1 & 2, Wishmaster), the film tells the story of Stacy Walker (Jillian Murray), a young woman who flees to her late uncle’s cabin to escape her abusive boyfriend, only to begin having gruesome visions and hearing voices from the surrounding forest.

Tom Sizemore plays Mike Gillis, a deranged husband who kidnapped baby twin sisters to appease his wife’s desire for kids 17 years earlier, raising them in his basement and killing anyone he deemed a threat. It is in the same forest where Stacy has come for safety that Gillis’ house burned to the ground with him and the children inside. When bodies begin turning up in the present day,
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