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New President Evil Trailer Goes Trick or Treating with a Killer Trump

New President Evil Trailer Goes Trick or Treating with a Killer Trump
You've seen Halloween return Michael Myers to his former glory at the box office. Now watch the terrifyingly funny new spoof which turns our President elect into a trick or treat killer in this month's President Evil, which is timed perfectly to both fall season horrors and the mid-term elections.

No matter where you fall on the political scale, you have to laugh at the idea of a blood red wave crashing on the shores of suburbia as a killer in a Donald Trump mask goes on a slaughter spree that would make Micheal proud. Those more easily offended might just want to stay away.

Available this Halloween on demand, President Evil does the inevitable. The horror-comedy sees Michael Myers don a Donald Trump mask instead of his familiar face attire! Perhaps a couple of Podcasters have Michael's infamous William Shatner mask locked up in the trunk of their car?
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‘Apocalypse Rising’ DVD Review

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Stars: Hunter Alexes Parker, Shane Samples, Justin Lebrun, Johanna Rae, Victoria Steadman, James R. Frey, Kelly Brown, Shiah Luna, David Namminga, Katelyn Levario, Dennis Marin, John R Mangus | Written by Gregory P. Wolk | Directed by Richard Lowry

Apocalypse Rising tells that story of Mia, an extrasensory teenage girl living on the planet Rathe. A planet which has the technology of today, with the dress sense of the Roman Empire. It’s also a world besieged by the undead, who have taken over the planet forcing Mia and a handful of survivors to flee Rathe in a cock-shaped spaceship after a violent last stand takes Mia’s father’s life and leaves Rathe at the mercy of zombie hordes. Landing on Earth, Mia’s powers reveal to her that the zombie uprising is about to start again.

Ok… So that’s the film’s plot in a nutshell. But Apocalypse Rising so,
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Check Out This Irreverent Trailer for Halloween Parody President Evil

What would happen if an obsessed Donald Trump supporter went on a murderous rampage reminiscent of Michael Myers in Halloween? In a parallel universe, it might look something like the parody flick President Evil, currently in post-production, from writer/director Richard Lowry. We don’t get political here at Dread Central, […]

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Apocalypse Rising – Poster and Trailer

Fantasy-horror throwback Apocalypse Rising, starring rising movie muscle Shane Samples, is now available on VOD and DVD. Mia is an extrasensory teenage girl living on the planet Rathe, a world besieged by the undead. After a violent last stand, Mia and her warrior friends escape their world in a spacecraft. Shane Samples headlines a cast …

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Horror Highlights: Domhnall Gleeson Reads from The Little Stranger, Apocalypse Rising on VOD and DVD, Chris Whitworth’s Pumpkin Patch Panic

Ahead of the release of The Little Stranger in theaters this Friday, one of the film's stars, Domhnall Gleeson, reads from the novel by the same name, and we have the clip to share with our readers at the top of today's Horror Highlights. Also: VOD and DVD release details for Apocalypse Rising and news on the first book in Chris Whitworth's new children's horror novel series, Frightmares.

Domhnall Gleeson Reads from The Little Stranger: "The Little Stranger tells the story of Dr. Faraday, the son of a housemaid, who has built a life of quiet respectability as a country doctor. During the long hot summer of 1948, he is called to a patient at Hundreds Hall, where his mother once worked. The Hall has been home to the Ayres family for more than two centuries. But it is now in decline and its inhabitants - mother, son, and
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Movie Review – Apocalypse Rising (2018)

Apocalypse Rising, 2018

Directed by Richard Lowry

Starring Shane Samples, Hunter Parker, Johanna Rae, Dennis Marin, Justin LeBrun.

Synopsis:

Mia is an extrasensory teenage girl living on the planet Rathe, a world besieged by the undead. After a violent last stand, Mia and her warrior friends escape their world in a spacecraft.

From just the opening credits alone, you know Apocalypse Rising is a throwback to an era of film and TV that isn’t around anymore. This film plays like Xena: Warrior Princess for a modern audience, and that’s what makes this such a fun viewing. Major credit should go to director Richard Lowry for finding a balance in-between the campiness that is so easy to fall into and turning this into another boring apocalyptic adventure movie. Capturing that perfect blend of styles is what made this film such a smooth viewing and something I recommend to most viewers!
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‘Star Trek: Discovery’: What It Takes to Survive Hours In the Make-Up Chair, According to Doug Jones

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’: What It Takes to Survive Hours In the Make-Up Chair, According to Doug Jones
Imagine this: You go to work at 4 a.m., and your day starts with your butt in an upright chair, for an hour and a half to two hours — and the whole time, someone is gluing stuff to your face.

This is what life is like for Doug Jones, Mary Chieffo, and the other actors playing aliens on “Star Trek: Discovery.” The stars begin their workday by spending hours sitting in makeup, getting transformed into Klingons and Vulcans and Kelpians. It’s a process that viewers tend to take for granted, but is a physically and mentally grueling process for both the actors as well as the artists, who work equally hard on making the unreal possible.

Star Trek: Discovery,” which is now in production on Season 2, shoots in Toronto. But the detailed special effects makeup and specialty armor that transforms the cast into the diverse denizens of the future
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