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See AC/DC Rile Up Dutch Crowd With Seedy ‘The Jack’ Performance in 1979

See AC/DC Rile Up Dutch Crowd With Seedy ‘The Jack’ Performance in 1979
AC/DC played a steamy rendition of “The Jack,” singer Bon Scott’s ode to STDs, when the band appeared on the Dutch TV show Countdown on July 13th, 1979. Dressed only in jeans and shoes, Scott caressed his mic and peered out at the packed crowd as he sang sexual innuendos, leading them in a sing-along accompanied only by the drums. Angus Young, also shirtless, plays his own seedy guitar solo midway through the bluesy number.

“The Jack” originally featured on the 1975 Australian release of T.N.T. and the
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‘High Voltage’ Clips Get Electrified; New Imagery

‘High Voltage’ Clips Get Electrified; New Imagery
David Arquette returns to the horror genre once again. The star of Wes Craven’s Scream franchise, as well as Bone Tomahawk, The Cottage, The Tripper (which he also directed) and Eight Legged Freaks, is featured in Alex Keledjian’s upcoming High Voltage. Arriving on DVD and VOD November 20th, Bloody Disgusting has a pair of clips and a handful of stills from the film […]
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Electrifying Horror/Thriller High Voltage Releases on DVD and Blu Ray November 20

Alex Keledjian’s Electrifying Horror Thriller High Voltage Releases on DVD and Blu Ray November 20, 2018Stars David Arquette, Luke Wilson And Allie Gonino Following a successful theatrical release in ten cities across the United States, Sp Releasing will launch writer/director Alex Keledjian’s (Project Greenlight; Feast) horror thriller High Voltage on DVD, and Blu-Ray on November …

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Film Review: ‘High Voltage’

Film Review: ‘High Voltage’
The notion of David Arquette starring in a horror movie about a “possessed” rock band promises so much trashy fun, a certain amount of disappointment seems almost inevitable. Yet “High Voltage” confounds expectations by being very little fun at all. Short on thrills and energy despite its title, this slick yet sluggish feature often seems barely interested in the horror elements that are, after all, what will primarily lure viewers in.

Instead, the genre hook comes off as more of a Trojan Horse with which to smuggle in a showcase for “Hollow Body”, the onscreen vehicle for writer-director Alex Keledjian’s songwriting and costar Allie Gonino’s singing. It’s an awkward, compromising combination that ultimately provides little satisfaction on any level — unless you’re content to watch Gonino model a series of increasingly over-the-top, midriff-baring “sexy rock chick” fashions.

Narrator Jimmy Kleen (David Arquette) is a jaded 1980s one-hit
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[Trailer] David Arquette Returns to Horror in ‘High Voltage,’ Also Starring Luke Wilson

[Trailer] David Arquette Returns to Horror in ‘High Voltage,’ Also Starring Luke Wilson
David Arquette has a handful of horror credits to his name, most notably including Wes Craven’s Scream franchise. Arquette has also starred in films like Bone Tomahawk, The Cottage, The Tripper (which he also directed) and Eight Legged Freaks, and he’s headed back to horror with director Alex Keledjian’s upcoming High Voltage. In the film, previously titled Hollow […]
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Sp Releasing Aquires Alex Keledjian’s Electrifying Horror Thriller High Voltage

Sp Releasing will release writer/director Alex Keledjian’s horror thriller High Voltage, set within the gritty and competitive Los Angeles music scene, releasing in limited theaters and on-demand on Friday, October 19th through Sp Releasing’s output deal with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The film will open in at least ten cities, including New York City, Los …

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October 2018 VOD & Digital Releases Include Heavy Trip, The Night Comes For Us, Apostle, The Haunting Of Hill House

Hello, readers! October is only a few hours away now, and beyond the fact that most of us have been counting down to the official start of everyone’s favorite month, it also means that we have a brand new batch of horror and sci-fi releases to look forward to on digital and VOD platforms in the coming weeks.

Easily the busiest day of October (and possibly even all of 2018), there are 11 different movies hitting various platforms on October 2nd, with highlights including The First Purge, Tales From the Hood 2, Sleep No More and Molly. On October 5th, one of my favorite films of 2018, Heavy Trip, is making its digital debut, and Knuckleball, featuring Michael Ironside, comes home the same day as well.

Netflix is keeping very busy throughout October, too, with a variety of films and genre-related series that fans are certainly going to want to check out in the coming weeks.
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David Arquette’s High Voltage Strikes Release Date

David Arquette is one of my favorite cult-actors out there. Basically, the man was in Wes Craven’s Scream, so I’ll love him forever. And speaking of Deputy Dewey, today we have word via Deadline regarding his new film High Voltage. Looks like Sp Releasing has acquired rights to the horror thriller that was written, produced and […]

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L.A. Music Scene Horror Thriller ‘High Voltage’ Gets Theatrical Jolt From Sp Releasing

Exclusive: Sp Releasing has acquired rights to High Voltage, the horror thriller set in the Los Angeles music scene that was written, produced and directed by Project Greenlight creator Alex Keledjian. It had been called Hollow Body.

David Arquette, Allie Gonino, Perrey Reeves and Luke Wilson star in the pic, which is getting an October 19 day-and-date theatrical release in time for Halloween starting in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, Detroit among 10 cities at launch via Sp Releasing’s output deal with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

The plot centers on a struggling rock band led by washed-out rock star Jimmy Kleen (Arquette) that strikes a deal with a cynical record executive (Wilson). Things take a turn when the band’s lead singer Rachel (Gonino) and her controlling stage mother Barb (Reeves) are struck by lightening and killed. Rachel is brought back to life, but now lightning courses through her veins
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Rock horror Hollow Body set for VOD release this month, watch the trailer here

Goldfinch Studios has announced that its latest horror title, Hollow Body, will be released on Digital Download in the UK this month.

Directed by Alex Keledjian, Hollow Body revolves around a rock band’s quest for fame and stars Hollywood veterans Luke Wilson, David Arquette alongside the youthful talent Allie Gonino (10 Things I Hate About You).

Here’s the official synopsis, followed by the trailer…

The music business is a rough trade for Hollow Body, a struggling rock band led by washed-up guitarist Jimmy Kleen (Arquette) and Rick (Wilson), a shady record executive. After their latest show flops, the band’s shy lead singer Rachel is struck by lightning, transforming her into an out-of-control rock star seductress determined to push Hollow Body to the top. But when her bandmates discover Rachel’s electrifying methods of seduction and murder, they must decide how far they are willing to go to make it big.
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Zombieland: Double Tap Trailer, Cast, Release Date, Story, and News

Joseph Baxter John Saavedra Oct 7, 2019

Zombieland: Double Tap, a sequel a decade in the making, will reunite the original main cast for more insane undead action.

As it turns out, there are more than a few rules left to learn if you want to survive a zombie apocalypse. And why not? When the first Zombieland came out way back in 2009, The Walking Dead was still simply a comic book, and the ghoulish undead were far less hip than all those sexy vampires running around. As pop culture has become infested with the dreaded brain-eaters, Zombieland 2 (or Zombieland: Double Tap as it is now offically called,) has long seemed like a no-brainer. As it turned out, Sony agreed.

Hence, Sony Pictures is taking us back with a Zombieland sequel, with the four main actors from the original film: Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin reprising their roles as Wichita,
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Lightning Strikes Twice in Alex Keledjian's Hollow Body: Early Details

Tagline: "Re-born to be Wild." A few details are emerging for Alex Keledjian's Hollow Body. This thriller involves a struggling rock band. When the lead singer and her mother are struck by lightning, Rachel (Allie Gonino) lets loose an electrifying performance. The film stars: Luke Wilson, David Arquette and Ryan Donowho. This title was recently at the Cannes Film Festival. Now, a poster, stills and other promotional materials are available for this title. The official synopsis begins and ends with Rachel. She is apprehensive when performing in front of a crowd. Then, an act of God infuses here with new talents. But, she must kill again and again, to keep her supernatural singing voice going. Will a shady record exec' do the right thing? The first film poster puts Rachel front and center. Possibly a love triangle, Rick (Luke Wilson) and Jimmy (David Arquette) struggle over what to do with Rachel's new,
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