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Jared Cohn to direct killer flick ’6ix’

Jared Cohn (Bound, Atlantic Rim, Born Bad, Buddy Hutchins) has been tapped to direct 6ix, a Nicholas Celozzi-written thriller that is being likened to David Fincher’s classic Se7en – being that it’s about a killer who is using The Book of Revelations for slaying inspiration… Check out the teaser/poster art below:

6ix sees a devout and merciless killer seeking to obtain the soul he believes he was born without by taking the “senses” of his victims. Two detectives are charged with the mission to save 6 innocent lives.
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Little Dead Rotting Hood Reawakens from a Dark Grave in this Trailer

The Asylum has produced a new horror, based on an ancient fairy tale. The tale of Little Red Riding Hood gets an update, from long time Asylum director Jared Cohn (Born Bad) and writer Gabriel Campisi. This time, a women has kept a pack of wolves at bay. When she dies, the wolves attack a small, isolated town. Little Dead Rotting Hood stars Bianca A. Santos (Ouija), Eric Balfour (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre), and Romeo Miller aka Lil’ Romeo and Marina Sirtis. A trailer for the film has just been released. The trailer shows local sheriffs dealing with a series of animal attacks. As well, a woman is injured and then awoken from a dusty grave. She begins to change into something more bloodthirsty. Now, it is up to everyone to keep the locals safe. Little Dead Rotting Hood releases in early 2016. A DVD release is slated for January 5th.
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Sexual Thriller Bound Debuting in Theaters and Online Friday

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Sexual Thriller Bound Debuting in Theaters and Online Friday
Fifty Shades of Grey” might be coming to the theaters, but if you want to get a jump on the sexual thrills and chills, then watch out for the sexual thriller “Bound,” starring Daniel Baldwin and Charisma Carpenter (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”). The film also stars Terrell Owens (“About Last Night,” “Any Given Sunday”) and Bryce Draper (“Tyler Perry’s The Haves and the Have Nots”). The film comes from The Asylum, the production company that has created such fan-favorite hits like “Sharknado” and “Z Nation.” The company is once again working with writer/director Jared Cohn, known for “Born Bad” and “Hold Your Breath.” The film stars Carpenter as a woman [ Read More ]

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MoreHorror Exclusive: Writer/Director Jared Cohn 'End of The World' Video Interview

By Seth Metoyer,

Director Jared Cohn recently threw The Asylum's "End of the World" party at his house on September 1st to celebrate the upcoming premiere's of #Hold Your Breath (Katrina Bowden, Randy Wayne) on October 5, 2012, and 12-12-12 on December 5, 2012. Both films are from The Asylum.

MoreHorror In Hollywood had a chance to catch up with Jared at the gathering as our Hollywood correspondent Dawna Lee Heising had a chance to sit down with Cohn for a video Interview.

You can check the interview out below the following Jared Cohn bio.

Jared Cohn Bio

Jared Cohn is an award winning actor/director and writer. Born in New York, Jared graduated Nyit with a B.F.A in communication arts. Jared works in production and continues to hone his craft as an actor and filmmaker. Jared is a spiritual person who says he believes in karma. Jared lives
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Exclusive: Katrina Bowden Enters The Asylum for Their First Theatrical Feature Don't Hold Your Breath

If someone were to ask you if The Asylum was ever going to make a theatrically released film, you’d probably respond, “Don’t hold your breath!” Turns out Don’t Hold Your Breath will be the title of their first ever big screen bound slasher flick starring “30 Rock” beauty Katrina Bowden.

You would expect with The Asylum building a reputation producing mockbusters and outlandish “mega” movies that their first foray in big screen moviemaking would be cut from that cloth. And you would be wrong. Don’t Hold Your Breath is an original horror flick in the vein of Shocker, The Horror Show, and Fallen.

Are you familiar with the old wives' tale that you should hold your breath when passing by a cemetery lest an evil spirit rejected by both heaven and hell gets inside of you when you inhale? Someone in a carload of college kids on
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The Asylum's Born Bad Looks Eerily Familiar: First Trailer and Poster

The Asylum is ready to spread more of their mental illness with their film Born Bad. This latest horror flick is from director Jared Cohn (Revenants) and stars Meredith Monroe, Bonnie Dennison, Michael Welch, Gerald Webb and Bill Oberst Jr. In the film, much like 1996's Fear, an innocent girl brings home a seemingly charming boyfriend. However, this new beau is more serial killer than companion. Strangely, both Fear and Born Bad share similar plot points and The Asylum is known for knocking off big blockbusters. This reviewer has not seen the film, so horror fans will have to make the final call when Born Bad releases on DVD November 8th. Enjoy or throw stones at the film's trailer below.

As an aside, The Asylum was sued in late 2009 by Winchester Mystery House, LLC (PRWeb). The litigants and owners of Winchester House hold property in California in the form of a "State Historical Landmark.
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2 Headed Shark Attack, 11/11/11, and More Asylum Lunacy

The Asylum has actually been on a roll lately with the wonderfully ludicrous 2012: Ice Age and the surprisingly decent Born Bad. Will the streak continue with a 3D ghost flick, more monster sharks, and a mockbuster with the exact same title as its theatrical counterpart?

We begin with A Haunting in Salem 3D, the latest 3D haunted house movie from The Asylum following 2009’s Haunting of Winchester House, a film I found to be as boring as its 3D was useless. Hopefully they improved things in both categories.

When the new sheriff of Salem, Massachusetts discovers that he is the victim of a centuries-old curse, he must protect his family from the vengeful ghosts that torment his home.

Paranormal Entity and Titanic II helmer Shane Van Dyke directs Bill Oberst, Jr., Courtney Abbiati, Jenna Stone, and Nicholas Harsin from a script by H. Perry Horton.

Look for A Haunting in Salem
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Check out 'Twilight' star Michael Welch's 'Born Bad' tonight on Lifetime

Check out 'Twilight' star Michael Welch's 'Born Bad' tonight on Lifetime
If you're looking for something to watch on TV tonight, you can check out Michael Welch ("Mike Newton" in the Twilight Saga)'s Born Bad on Lifetime.

The film debuts on Lifetime at 8:00 p.m., and the film's description is as follows:

Brooke (Bonnie Dennison) is devastated that she's pulled out of her high school so her family can move to a new town. Even worse, her stepmother is pregnant with a new addition to her dysfunctional family. All seems lost until she becomes smitten with a charming guy (Michael Welch). He's gorgeous, charming, thrilling, everything her life isn't...until he reveals a menacing dark side.

A preview of the film can be found ... h, Welch did a great interview (attached) while at the Thirst Gala last month about his character's position in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 ...
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Michael Welch to Star in ‘The Boys of Abu Ghraib’ and ‘Born Bad’

Michael Welch to Star in ‘The Boys of Abu Ghraib’ and ‘Born Bad’
Michael Welch is joining the Twilight Saga cast in working nonstop these days. Michael, better known to Twilighters as the lovable, goofy Mike Newton, has just been cast in The Boys of Abu Ghraib which will start filming in early July, and he’s also got Born Bad premiering on Lifetime on July 11th. Read more [...]

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