'Before the Mask' Script Pages Leaked Online!

Paradise Lost? Fund it!

Director Scott Glosserman has leaked several pages of David J. Stieve's new screenplay for "Before the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon" online as part of the "Paradise Lost? Fund It!" campaign to bring Leslie Vernon back to the big screen in a very BIG way! Scott and company have taken the film to the fans by giving you the unique chance to become a part of Horror history by helping to fund the film! Be sure to visit the B4TM homepage at the link below to check out what Scott and David have in store for us in the highly-anticipated prequel, and while you're there, read on for all of the great new opportunities to contribute to the project and receive amazing perks like Supporter's Edition DVDs, props, and even a chance to be killed off in the new film!!

B4TM: Paradise Lost? Fund It!

*Due to the overwhelming amount of fundraising campaigns that have been sparked with the advent of Indiegogo and Kickstarter, I Like Horror Movies is no longer accepting requests for project sponsorship. 'Before the Mask' is the obvious exception because, hey, it's friggin' Leslie Vernon, man!
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Screaming in High Heels (2011)

Jason Paul Collum takes us back to the 1980's, where three unknown actresses received their chance at super-stardom in the most unlikeliest of places... SCREAMING IN HIGH HEELS follows Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens and Michelle Bauer from their humble beginnings to their rise to B-Movie royalty, and then on to the inevitable saturation and disintegration of the "Scream Queen" era. Cult filmmakers Fred Olen Ray, David DeCoteau, Kenneth J. Hall, and Ted Newsom join Collum and many others as they discuss the impact that home video had on the Independent film market, and how it granted three small town girls overnight success. With a combined résumé spanning over several hundred films and just over three decades, there is no shortage of fond memories and entertaining anecdotes from films like NIGHTMARE SISTERS, SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE, SORORITY SISTERS IN THE SLIMEBALL BOWL-O-RAMA, and, of course, HOLLYWOOD CHAINSAW HOOKERS! Casual viewers are sure to discover interesting new facts about each of the girls, while the hardcore fans will enjoy seeing their favorite leading ladies return to the small screen to discuss their unique careers. SCREAMING IN HIGH HEELS is clearly slanted towards the cult crowd, as the quality of both the acting and filmmaking is frequently glossed over with humor and flattery. The huge amount of energy, sacrifice, and dedication that went in to each of the "Scream Queens'" performances is truly what set them apart in the genre. This is the strongest point that comes across throughout every aspect of the film. Coming in at a brisk 63-minutes, SCREAMING IN HIGH HEELS could use a broader perspective taken from a wider collection of guests, but James Paul Collum has produced what most will consider the definitive documentary on the "Scream Queen" Era.

Rating: 7/10.


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Blanc Biehn to Re-Make 'Hidden in the Woods'


MONTREAL, QB - July 30th, 2012 - After premiering their new thriller The Victim on July 23rd to rave responses at The Fantasia International Film Festival, Blanc Biehn Productions announced they will be making the English language remake of Patrick Valladares’ “En Las Afueras de la Ciudad” (Hidden in the Woods) which will premiere at The Fantasia International Film Festival on August 6th. Michel Biehn will star in the remake which will be written by original writers and creators of the Spanish version of the film which was shot in Chile by Patricio Valladares and Andrea Cavaletto. Jennifer Blanc Biehn and Michael Biehn will produce. Production begins at the end of 2012 and will shoot on location in Chile.

“I am thrilled to be working with Patricio – I’ve been waiting a very long time for a project like this to cross my path!” says Biehn.

"Patricio is a ferocious new talent, very much like a young Peckinpah in the rough, crossed with Gaspar Noé” says Mitch Davis, Co-Festival Director of the Fantasia International Film Festival. “His style of filmmaking is the very definition of "explosive" and I can't wait to see how his feature debut plays to an audience when we world premiere it at Fantasia next week. That Michael and Jennifer fell in love with Hidden in the Woods at The Fantasia IFF as madly as we have, before the film has ever had a public screening, is, to me, a hugely exciting testament to the power of his work."

The deal was brokered by Jennifer Blanc Biehn of Blanc Biehn Productions and Jennifer Gray at The Law Offices of Elsa Ramo. Michael Biehn will star and Patricio Valladares will direct. The remake will be a joint production for Valladares Films (Patricio Valladares and Evelyn Belmar) and Blanc Biehn Productions (Jennifer Blanc Biehn and Michael Biehn).

The Biehn’s new provocative and gritty grindhouse thriller The Victim, written, directed and starring 80’s horror/sci-fi icon Michael Biehn (The Terminator, Aliens, Tombstone), opens exclusively in New York City on August 24th at the Quad Cinema and in Los Angeles at the New Beverly Cinema on September 7th. The Victim is A Crimson Films Release, In Association with Pegasus Productions and PMK, Distributed by Anchor Bay Films.


Blanc Biehn Productions is the partnership of famed actors Michael Biehn and Jennifer Blanc-Biehn. The pair decided to put their passion for acting and filmmaking into creating their own production company. Most recently, the duo wrapped production for their next film, Treachery.
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Jessica Biel Takes On 'The Tall Man'



The hunt begins on VOD August 1st – see it before it hits theaters!

CHATSWORTH, CA – July 30, 2012 – Image Entertainment presents a harrowing, bleak thriller of a small town plagued by a grave mystery with The Tall Man, from the intense and intricate mind of writer/director Pascal Laugier (Martyrs) and starring Jessical Biel (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre) fresh off of her lead role in Columbia Pictures new blockbuster Total Recall. Also featuring Jodelle Ferland (Cabin in the Woods, Silent Hill) and Stephen McHattie (300, Watchmen), The Tall Man comes to VOD starting August 1st available on cable and satellite systems, including Comcast, Cox and Dish. Consumers will be able to see The Tall Man on VOD well before its August 31st theatrical engagements!

In an isolated, slowly dying mining town, children are vanishing without a trace – abducted, the townsfolk whisper, by a mysterious entity known locally as “The Tall Man.” Town nurse Julia Denning (Jessica Biel) seems skeptical…until her young David disappears in the middle of night. Frantic to rescue the boy, Julia lives every parent’s darkest nightmare in this twisting, shock-around-each-corner thriller.

Please see www.tallmanthemovie.com for trailers and more information.
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'Excision' Comes Home This Halloween

“A supremely nasty piece of work in the best way possible.”
Nathan Rabin, AV Club

“This is one you don’t want to miss”
Dread Central

“It's Dario Argento's HEATHERS or David Cronenberg's SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL. Dark, gross and weird.”
- Jordan Hoffman, About.com

“EXCISION is a film that was built to be a cult classic.”
- Slugmag.com



Starring AnnaLynne McCord, Traci Lords, Ariel Winter, Roger Bart, Jeremy Sumpter and Golden Globe® nominated Malcolm McDowell .

Comes to Blu-ray™ and DVD October 30th.

BEVERLY HILLS, CA – July 30, 2011 – On October 30th, Anchor Bay Films presents the harrowing coming-of-age horror film Excision from writer director Richard Bates Jr., which Sundance Channel deemed “Without question the most mind-blowingly grotesque film to screen at this year’s fest.” Boasting an eclectic cast including AnnaLynne McCord (The CW’s “90210,” Transporter 2, Fired Up, FX’s “Nip Tuck”), Traci Lords (Blade, Zack & Miri Make a Porno), Ariel Winter (ABC’s “Modern Family”), Roger Bart (Hostel Part II, Law Abiding Citizen, American Gangster), Malcolm McDowell (The Artist, A Clockwork Orange, Rob Zombie’s Halloween) and cameos including director John Waters, Marlee Matlin and Ray Wise , Excision comes to Blu-ray™ for an SRP of $24.99 and DVD for an SRP of $22.98. Pre-book is October 3rd.

Excision turned critics’ stomachs as well as heads, garnering much attention at festivals this past year. Noel Murray of AV Club calls it “One of the damnedest ‘adolescent misfit’ movies you'll ever see -- for those who can stomach the splatter, that is” and Chris Bumbray of JoBlo exclaims “While it's more than a little sick, and will likely leave you queasy by the time the credits roll, EXCISION is nonetheless a truly unique horror ride into the scariest of all places- the mind of a teenaged misfit.” Excision holds a 94% “want to see” rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Based on a short film of the same name, Excision follows a disturbed and delusional high school student, Pauline (AnnaLynne McCord), with aspirations of a career in medicine, goes to extremes to earn the approval of her controlling mother (Traci Lords). While dealing with being an outcast teenager and obsession over curing her sister’s cystic fibrosis, Pauline becomes continually deranged as her fascination of the surgery and the human flesh grows into something abysmal and demonic.

Bonus features on the Excision Blu-ray™ and DVD include an audio commentary, a behind-the-scenes featurette and collectable O-card packaging (for the DVD).
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Scott Lebrecht Discusses 'Midnight Son' with ILHM!

He is quickly taking the Indie Horror scene by storm with the release of his first feature-film, and now, director Scott Lebrecht is here to discuss the making of MIDNIGHT SON with I Like Horror Movies! Read on for more behind-the-scenes information on the new cult vampire thriller:


ILHM: MIDNIGHT SON is quite unlike any other vampire film in the genre. Can you take us through the genesis of the script?

SCOTT LEBRECHT: When I lived in San Francisco, there was an old house I walked past every day that was boarded up and seemingly abandoned. The odd thing was that someone had covered the windows (from the inside) with whimsical paintings of trees and rainbow landscapes. I imagined a person trapped inside that could not come out, trying to connect with people passing by-- someone who perhaps could not be exposed to sunlight, and was very lonely. At that point I realized I had never really seen a vampire film that depicted the physical condition as something debilitating and tragic, as opposed to empowering or romantic.

ILHM: The vampire is unmistakably the most filmed movie monster. How did you go about redefining the creature in this unique new tale?

SL: I wanted to tell a story about a young man coping with his transformation into something he believes is ‘wrong’ or ‘evil’. Treating it as a congenital illness-- rather than an infection by some outside organism-- played into the idea of my character being antagonized by his own body. Events like puberty, sexual attraction, and falling in love are all things that happen to us from the inside out. We generally dislike being at the mercy of anything, but when the thing we don’t want emanates from within, our self-image shatters. We must cope with a new set of rules, and our identity is temporarily on hold. These are very scary moments in life, and it is always what I wanted to explore.

I believe everyone carries urges and thoughts that they feel are ‘wrong’ or even downright evil. This can result in a very lonely existence fuelled by a fear of rejection and even death. I have a personal theory that accepting our inner ‘monster’ is unavoidable if we are ever to achieve balance or what some might call happiness. All the characters in Midnight Son are driven by an unconscious desire to accept themselves for what they truly are.

ILHM: MIDNIGHT SON repeatedly hits on the theme of addiction in its varying forms. Please speak to the relationship between blood and drugs in the film.

SL: Addiction is a fact of life we all participate in. Everyone is addicted to something. Most of the time, these things distract us from our existential dread. The crushing knowledge that all life ends, no matter how productive or worthwhile, requires something to ease the pain of our own mortality. The mirroring of blood and drugs in MIDNIGHT SON is a comment on this. To me, acknowledging death / rejecting death is the psychological pendulum swing of our daily human existence.

ILHM: Critics agree that the slow, character-driven approach in MIDNIGHT SON is what gives it such an overwhelming appeal. Do you feel that audiences are ready to return to more cerebral Horror films after being desensitized to blood and gore?

SL: I think cerebral horror films like SILENCE OF THE LAMBS and SEVEN are a challenge to get financed, but I also know audiences are starved for good story. If a film delivers the horror, any additional complexity or depth makes it that much more satisfying.

ILHM: What does the sun represent to Jacob?

SL: I think the sun represents Jacob’s lost innocence. To me, his paintings embody the spirit of a child. They symbolize the part of himself he must let go before transforming into a man.

ILHM: Which key qualities were you looking for when casting each character?

SL: For Jacob, I was looking for an actor that could embody the contrasting energies of shame and rebellion. For Mary, destroyer and mother. For Marcus, hope and hopelessness.

ILHM: What stood out in Zak Kilberg's audition that earned him the role of Jacob?

SL: His vulnerability is what got him the part. Zak is no fool, but he desperately wants to be loved and accepted. I think we all do.

ILHM: Jacob is far more reserved and introverted than your average vampire. Is this a character you feel modern audiences will identify with in an age that is filled with sparkling, swooning vampires?

SL: I think what makes audiences identify with Jacob is the fact that he is spiraling out of control and trying to do the right thing even though his concepts of morality are disintegrating. Most people can admit the disturbing truth that morality or 'right and wrong' are constantly changing based on popular opinion. People were executed ages ago for things that would be considered superstitious nonsense now. It’s hard to imagine that crimes we kill people for today will be deemed acceptable behavior in the future, but this is what history has shown us. Everyone feels they have desires and impulses deep inside that are ‘bad’ and must be repressed. This has nothing to do with the individual. It has everything to do with society. Jacob is a reflection of that shameful, secret side of ourselves we don’t want anyone to know about.

ILHM: Jacob would be incomplete without his eccentric love interest, Mary. Please tell us about your experiences with Maya Parish both on and off set.

SL: Maya is an incredibly hard-working, passionate actor and filmmaker. On set, she was totally committed and willing to do anything that needed to be done. Without her, I never would have been able to make MIDNIGHT SON. She was always pushing me, in every way, to make the best film possible.

ILHM: Which vampire films did you admire most growing up?

SL: I loved FRIGHT NIGHT (1985). I liked it because there was a constant undercurrent of comedy beneath-- and on the surface-- of what was technically supposed to be a straight up horror film. Tom Holland did something amazing when you consider how hard it must be to strike a tone between two completely different genres. I love films that are difficult or impossible to put in any single genre.

ILHM: What interests you most in a good Horror film?

SL: Probably the exploration of fear. I think our fears are the hardest thing to conquer, so it always feels good to watch characters onscreen confront theirs. Horror is the one genre that encourages and demands this examination. I personally think Sam Mendes makes great ‘suburban horror’ films. I consider AMERICAN BEAUTY and REVOLUTIONARY ROAD to be horror masterpieces.

A very special thanks goes out again to Scott Lebrecht and the entire cast and crew of MIDNIGHT SON! Be sure to check out the film, available now on DVD and VOD!

Interview Conducted By: Carl Manes, 07/27/2012.
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Enter '6 Degrees of Hell' with Corey Feldman


PHILADELPHIA, PA - July 26, 2012 - Domestic distributor Breaking Glass Pictures (5 Star Day, The Fields, The Living Wake) has snapped up the indie horror film 6 Degrees of Hell for North America. The deal was struck last week between CEO Rich Wolff and Fabrication Films SVP Miriam Elchanan, a follow-up to the successful release of The Fields earlier this year. Directed by Joe Raffa (local hit You'll Know My Name), the film stars Corey Feldman (The Lost Boys, The Goonies), Jill Whelan ("The Love Boat"), Brian Anthony Wilson (Limitless), Faust Checho (The Fields), newcomers Nikki Bell, Kyle Patrick Brennan, Ashley Sumner, Nicole Cinaglia, David J. Bonner and Raffa himself.

In Northeast Pennsylvania, "Uncle Jack's Hotel of Horror" is besieged by a dark presence after two friends of "Uncle" Jack, Chris and Kellen, unwittingly release a deadly evil by transporting local psychic Mary Wilkins' collection of haunted objects as props for the popular tourist attraction. At the same time, a local TV ghost hunter, confronts an evil that has haunted him all his life-one he believes is responsible for his sister's death years ago.

His search puts him in the path of a rogue police chief and June-a girl who seems to be the eye of this supernatural perfect storm. They all find themselves connected to the old hotel while the threads of their own personal horrors draw paranormal investigator Kyle Brenner (Feldman) to pull all the threads together...

Looking forward to another release with Breaking Glass, writer/producer Harrison Smith said, "We're excited about 6 Degrees of Hell because it makes horror fun again. It's a horror film with Easter eggs, there's so much horror history in it. It's intelligent, fun horror with solid characters and respect for the genre."

Wolff echoed his sentiments, saying "6 Degrees is an excellent film, and the second in what will hopefully be many successful collaborations between Breaking Glass, Fabrication, and Harrison. It is a perfect match."

Developments on the title have been closely watched, with an astonishing 101,000 followers on the 6 Degrees of Hell official Facebook and over 1.5 million trailer views on YouTube.

There is a celebratory theatrical screening scheduled in the shooting location, the Pocono Mountains, on August 24th 2012. Corey Feldman, various cast and crew and Breaking Glass Pictures staff will attend and celebrate both the ongoing success of The Fields and the acquiring of 6 Degrees Of Hell.
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Joel Hodgson Returns with 'Cinematic Titanic'

Film Chest Acquires VOD and Streaming Rights to

10 Films (From the Original Creator and Cast of Mystery Science Theater 3000) 
Set to Debut on Film Chest’s Dedicated Content Channel, 
American Pop Classics on Hulu and Hulu Plus

BRIDGEPORT, CT — July 26, 2012 — Film Chest has acquired VOD and streaming rights to Cinematic Titanic, the new feature-length movie riffing show from the creator and original cast of Mystery Science Theatre 3000 (MST3K).

Film Chest – which boasts one of the world’s largest libraries (10,000+ hours) of classic feature films, television, foreign imports, documentaries, special interest and audio, much of it restored and digitized in HD – produces and distributes classic collector’s DVD sets and has a dedicated American Pop Classics content channel which is available on Hulu and Hulu Plus.

Like MST3K – a cult Comedy Central hit series in the ‘90s – Cinematic Titanic was created by Joel Hodgson (who also starred in the original version) and features the same team that first brought the Peabody Award-winning cult classic series to life: Trace Beaulieu (Crow, Dr. Forrester), J. Elvis Weinstein (Tom Servo, Dr. Erhardt), Frank Conniff (TV’s Frank) and Mary Jo Pehl (Pearl Forrester). Cinematic Titanic continues the tradition of riffing on “unfathomable, horribly great and just plain cheesy” classic B- and C-genre movies (often considered cult films), with the cast silhouetted in front of the movie screen.

Ten Cinematic Titanic titles will immediately be available on the American Pop Classics Channel on Hulu and Hulu Plus, including: Alien Factor, Blood of the Vampires, Danger on Tiki Island, Doomsday Machine, East Meets Watts, Frankenstein’s Castle of Freaks, Legacy of Blood, The Oozing Skull, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians and The Wasp Woman.

Commented Phil Hopkins and Ralph Stevens, co-owners of Film Chest, “We are cult film enthusiasts and personal fans of MST3K and Cinematic Titanic. We are extremely excited to add these 10 feature-length titles to our American Pop Classics label and to offer them to a new generation of fans on Hulu and Hulu Plus.”

Added Hodgson, “The Cinematic Titanic crew is excited about the partnership with Film Chest, which furthers our mission to reconnect with Mystery Science Theater 3000 fans around the world, as well as hopefully bring new fans to the comedy art form first introduced by this group 25 year ago on cable. For some strange reason movie riffing has not gone out of style, it just keeps jumping to new formats.”

About the featured films…

Alien Factor (1976)
Warning: Baltimore is no longer safe. Meet Leemoid, Zagatile and Interbyce. They're the three aliens whose spaceship has crashed in a small town outside of Baltimore. Soon the town folk are turning up mutilated and dead … and even in polyester pants.

Blood of the Vampires (1966)
The Escodero family is cursed! The mother, who the Escodero children assumed to be dead, is actually an undead vampire who lurks in a secret basement/dungeon hidden from the rest of the house. When the kids discover this dark truth, all hell breaks loose.

Danger on Tiki Island (1968)
An atomic bomb test in the South Pacific creates an isolated world of terror. Strange things are happening on this remote island in the Pacific, where a Peace Corps volunteer, a researcher and his lady arrive to find that the plants have been mutated.

Doomsday Machine (1972)
American spies discover the Chinese have built a weapon capable of destroying planet Earth, a “doomsday machine” if you will, and that they plan to use it within a matter of days.

East Meets Watts (1974)
Kung Fu hits the streets! Young Larry Chin arrives from China looking for his long lost brother and stumbles into some shady characters that'd just as soon see him go home or get dead. He crosses paths with Stud Brown, and the two become an unlikely duo.

Frankenstein’s Castle of Freaks (1974)
Things get a bit randy in this updated version of Mary Shelley’s immortal classic about immortality. Why can't Dr. Frankenstein get a break? Just as our mad scientist is about to bring his creature back to life, he is forced to use a sub-standard brain.

Legacy of Blood (1971)
The Dean family patriarch has died and left a fortune to his children and servants. The occasion soon turns grim when they discover they must all must spend an entire week at the family estate … together.

The Oozing Skull (1972)
In the far-off land of Khalid, President Amir lies on his deathbed. If this revered head-of-state dies, the brutal dictatorship that he has so lovingly cultivated will fall into a dark age of uncertainty and chaos.

Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964)
The children of Mars are in a funk, and nothing on the red planet seems to be able to cheer them up. Martian King Kimar comes up with the only reasonable solution: Kidnap Santa Claus from Earth’s North Pole and bring him to their planet to make toys.

The Wasp Woman (1959)
Janice Starlin, purveyor of her own line of cosmetics, finds herself nearing middle-age (in a time when 38 was the new 94). A stranger with an accent and an unnatural love of wasps enters her life and promises her the elixir that will prolong her youth.
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'Chained' Breaks Free This October!

A twisted tale from the director of
Boxing Helena and Surveillance



Blu-ray™Combo Pack and DVD To Include Unrated Deleted Scene;
Unfettered Starting October 2nd

BEVERLY HILLS, CA – July 25, 2012 – Perhaps the most terrifying human relationship is the one between a serial killer and his target. But what if it starts that way, and becomes something...more? From the visionary mind of director Jennifer Lynch (Boxing Helena, Surveillance, Hisss) comes the dark fable Chained, coming to Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD October 2nd from Anchor Bay Films. With a stellar cast including Vincent D’Onofrio (Full Metal Jacket, Men In Black, “Law and Order: Criminal Intent”), Gina Phillips (Jeepers Creepers, “Ally McBeal”) Conor Leslie (“90210”), Evan Bird (“The Killing”), with Jake Weber (Dawn of the Dead, “Medium”) and Julia Ormand (My Week With Marilyn, “Mad Men,” The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Chained is an unforgettable ride into the darkness that can reside in the human heart – no matter what your age. The Chained Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD also includes, as a bonus feature, the scene that prompted the MPAA give the film an NC-17 rating! SRP is $26.98 for the DVD, and $29.99 for the Blu-ray™ Combo Pack. Pre-book is September 5th.

Coming home from a routine trip to the movies, eight-year-old Tim (Bird) and his mother, Sarah (Ormond) are picked up by a psychopathic cab driver named Bob (D’Onofrio). It ends up being their last ride together. Bob murders the young boy’s mother and keeps Tim as his unwilling protégée, making him clean up the mess following each murder he commits. After a couple of aborted escape attempts, Bob chains Tim – now renamed Rabbit -- allowing just enough length to move freely within the house. As the years pass, Bob starts instructing Rabbit, teaching him anatomy and human behavior. Now a teenager, Rabbit (Eamon Farren, X: Night of Vengeance) is slowly being pressed by Bob to start his own homicidal spree. Slowly but surely, he must soon choose whether to follow in Bob’s serial killer footsteps or make one final, desperate attempt to break free...

Bonus features on Chained Blu-ray™ and DVD include feature-length audio commentary by writer/director Jennifer Lynch and actor Vincent D’Onofrio; the alternated unrated version of “Mary’s Murder;” and the original theatrical trailer.
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'Re-Animator' Receives Blu-ray Treatment!

“One of the greatest horror movies ever made.”
-Entertainment Weekly


BEVERLY HILLS, CA - July 25, 2012 - On September 4th, Image Entertainment resurrects one of the greatest horror films ever made with the Blu-ray™ debut of Stuart Gordon’s cult classic H.P. Lovecraft’s Re-Animator. Presented in a brand-new 1080p HD transfer approved by producer Brian Yuzna, the 1985 shocker was ranked #32 of 50 on EW’s “Top 50 Cult Films,” inspired two sequels as well as an award-winning stage musical!

Featuring high-resolution DTS-HD audio and packed with bonus features, the Re-Animator Blu-ray™ hits retail with an SRP of $17.97. Also available on DVD for an SRP of $9.98. Pre-book for both is August 7th.

Adapted by Dennis Paoli, William J. Norris and Stuart Gordon from the H.P. Lovecraft short story, Re-Animator tells the strange tale of medical student Dan Cain (Bruce Abbot) and his girlfriend Megan Halsey (Barbara Crampton), both of them drawn to odd new student Herbert West (Jeffrey Combs) who’s conducting secret experiments involving the re-animation of dead tissue. When one of the instructors, Dr. Carl Hill (David Gale), stumbles upon their activities, West murders him -- but is brought back to life, now thirsting for revenge as well as lusting after Megan. The final denouement features the re-animated Dr. Hill squaring off against Herbert and Dan in a battle royale within the school’s morgue, complete with resurrected “henchmen” and undoubtedly one of the greatest visual double entendres in all horror cinema!

Bonus features for the Re-Animator Blu-ray™ include:
Documentary: “Re-Animator Resurrectus”
Audio Commentary by Director Stuart Gordon
Audio Commentary by Producer Brian Yuzna and Actors Bruce Abbott, Jeffrey Combs, Barbara Crampton and Robert Sampson Interview with Director Stuart Gordon and Producer Brian Yuzna
Interview with Writer Dennis Paoli
Interview with Composer Richard Band
Music Discussion with Composer Richard Band
Interview with Fangoria Magazine editor Tony Timpone
Deleted and Extended Scenes
Theatrical trailer
TV Spots

H.P. Lovecraft’s Re-Animator BD
Street Date: September 4, 2012
Pre-Book: August 7, 2012
UPC #: 014381822052
Catalog: REA8220BD
Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic Widescreen (1.85:1)
Audio: DTS HD Master Audio 5.1
Retail Price: $17.97
Genre: Horror, Sci-fi/ Fantasy, Creature Features, 80’s, Feature Film, Cult Movies, Cult/Classic Horror, Monsters
Rating: R
Run Time: 95 minutes
Year: 1985

DVD also available:
H.P. Lovecraft’s Re-Animator DVD
Street Date: September 4, 2012
Pre-Book: August 7, 2012
UPC #: 014381821925
Catalog: REA8219DVD
Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic Widescreen (1.85:1)
Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1
Retail Price: $9.98
Genre: Horror, Sci-fi/ Fantasy, Creature Features, 80’s, Feature Film, Cult Movies, Cult/Classic Horror, Monsters
Rating: R
Run Time: 95 minutes
Year: 1985
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Experience 'American Horror Story' on DVD and Blu-ray!


Available on Blu-ray and DVD September 25

LOS ANGELES, CA - July 24, 2012 - Brace yourself for an addictive thrill ride! American Horror Story is TV's most original new drama, a deeply stylish psychosexual haunt devised to keep you on the edge of your seat. The Harmon's (Dylan McDermott, Connie Britton) fresh start in a new home deviously twists to reveal discoveries of love, sex and murderous revenge. Featuring a Golden Globe® -winning performance by Jessica Lange, Season One scares up a host of engrossing extras.

Street Date: 25/Sep/2012
Run Time: 534 Minutes
MPAA Rating (USA): NR (Not Rated)
Genre: Horror
Audio: English: 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
Language: Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
Aspect Ratio: Widescreen: 1.78:1

Bonus Features:

**Audio Commentary on Pilot Episode by Ryan Murphy
**Behind the Fright: The Making of American Horror Story
**The Murder House presented by Eternal Darkness Tours of Hollywood
**On the Set of American Horror Story Season One
**Overture to Horror: Creating the Title Sequence
**Out of the Shadows: Meet the House Ghosts
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Bring 'Snow White' Home This September!

A Breathtaking New Vision Turns a Legendary Tale Into a Visually Stunning,
Epic action-Adventure Featuring All Star Cast Charlize Theron,
Kristen Stewart and Chris Hemsworth


Featuring An extended Edition Not Seen in theaters,
Blu-Ray™ Combo Pack including UltraViolet™, DVD & Digital
Copy Available to own on September 11, 2012

“A stunning and epic cinematic odyssey that will blow you away!”
Jake Hamilton, FOX-TV

LOS ANGELES, CA - July 24, 2012 - Venture into a land of action fantasy, heroic battle scenes and visual wonder in Snow White and the Huntsman Extended Edition, coming to Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, DVD, On Demand and Digital Download on September 11, 2012, from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Packed with pulse-pounding battles, unmatched visual imagination and compelling characters, Snow White and the Huntsman is a wholly original adventure story told on an epic scale. From the splendor of the wicked Queen’s enchanted palace to the menace of the Dark Forest, a breathtaking combination of harrowing beauty, epic battle scenes, visual wonder and jaw-dropping special effects make this film singularly suited for the incomparable high-definition picture and perfect hi-def 5.1 surround sound of Blu-ray™.

The Combo Pack includes an Extended version of the film not shown in theaters, as well as a Digital Copy of the film, compatible with iPhone®, iTunes®, iPad®, iPod®, iPod® touch, Android™ or online retail partners, and also includes UltraViolet™, the revolutionary new way for consumers to collect movies and TV shows in the cloud to instantly stream and download to TV’s, computers, tablets and smart phones. Consumers can now truly enjoy their movies anytime, anywhere on the platform of their choice.

From acclaimed producer Joe Roth (Alice in Wonderland), Snow White and the Huntsman is “A breathtaking experience that shouldn’t be missed” and “a flat-out masterpiece!” with “amazing special effects,” said Shawn Edwards, FOX-TV. Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun Times, raves, “A film of astonishing beauty and imagination. What a ride!” While Peter Travers of Rolling Stone calls it simply, “A visual marvel.” Snow White and the Huntsman’s stellar cast includes Academy Award® winner Charlize Theron (Prometheus, Hancock), Chris Hemsworth (Thor, The Avengers), Kristen Stewart (the Twilight saga, On the Road), Sam Claflin (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides), Ian McShane (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides), Bob Hoskins (Mrs. Henderson Presents), Ray Winstone (The Departed), Nick Frost (Hot Fuzz), Toby Jones (Frost/Nixon), Eddie Marsan (Sherlock Holmes), Johnny Harris (Atonement), Brian Gleeson (The Eagle), Sam Spruell (The Hurt Locker), Vincent Regan (Clash of the Titans), Lily Cole (St. Trinian’s), Noah Huntley (28 Days Later), Liberty Ross (W.E.) and, in her feature-film debut, Raffey Cassidy as the young Snow White.

Blu-rayTM and DVD Bonus Features:

A New Legend Is Born
Feature Commentary with director Rupert Sanders, visual effects supervisor Cedric Nicolas-Troyan and co-editor Neil Smith
Bonus Features Exclusive to the Blu-rayTM
Reinventing the Fairy Tale
Citizens of the Kingdom
The Magic Of “Snow White and the Huntsman”
Around the Kingdom: 360° Set Tour
Universal’s Second Screen: An innovative viewing experience that allows viewers to control, interact with and explore Snow White and the Huntsman with groundbreaking features on a networked tablet or computer, in synch with the movie on the television screen! As the movie plays, experience features such as:
Flick View: Move content from the tablet to the TV screen, and compare storyboards, animatics, and other exciting bonus material with a “flick” of the fingers.
Behind the Scenes (Picture in Picture)
Around the Kingdom: 360° Set Tour
Virtual Flip books
Cast of Characters
UltraViolet™: The revolutionary new way for consumers to collect movies and TV shows, store them in the cloud, and instantly stream and download to TV’s, computers, tablets and smartphones. Consumers can now truly enjoy their movies anytime, anywhere on the platform of their choice. Currently available in the United States only.
Digital Copy: Viewers can redeem a digital version of the full-length movie from a choice of retail partners to watch on an array of electronics and portable devices including computers, iPad®, iPhone®, iPod™ touch, Android™ and more!
pocket BLU™ App: The popular free pocket BLU™ app for smartphones is now even better with newly updated versions for iPad®, Android™ tablets, PC and Macintosh computers, with features made especially to take advantage of the devices’ larger screens and high resolution displays.
Advanced Remote Control: A sleek, elegant new way to operate your Blu-ray™ player. Users can navigate through menus, playback and BD-Live™ functions with ease. Video Timeline: Users can easily bring up the video timeline, allowing them to instantly access any point in the film.
Mobile-To-Go: Users can unlock a selection of bonus content with their Blu-ray™ discs to save to their device or to stream from anywhere there is a Wi-Fi network, enabling them to enjoy content on the go, anytime, anywhere.
Browse Titles: Users will have access to a complete list of pocket BLU™-enabled titles available and coming to Blu-ray™. They can view free previews and see what additional content is available to unlock on their device.
Keyboard: Entering data is fast and easy with your device’s intuitive keyboard.
BD-LIVE™: Access the BD-Live™ Center through your Internet-connected player to access the latest trailers, exclusive content and more!


In this spectacular action-adventure, Kristen Stewart (Twilight) is Snow White, the only woman in the land fairer than the evil queen Ravenna (Oscar® winner Charlize Theron). Ravenna wants nothing more than to destroy her young rival, but she doesn’t know that Show White has been training in the art of war with a huntsman (Chris Hemsworth) the queen dispatched to kill her. Together with a handsome prince (Sam Claflin) enchanted by Snow White’s beauty and power, they assemble an armed force to recapture the kingdom. This breathtaking new vision of the legendary tale from Joe Roth, the producer of Alice in Wonderland and acclaimed commercial director and state-of-the-art visualist Rupert Sanders is, in the words of Shawn Edwards, Fox-TV, “A film that soars with creativity, stylistic genius and amazing battle scenes.”



Cast: Charlize Theron, Chris Hemsworth, Kristen Stewart, Sam Claflin, Ian McShane, Bob Hoskins, Ray Winstone, Nick Frost, Toby Jones, Eddie Marsan, Johnny Harris, Brian Gleeson, Sam Spruell, Vincent Regan, Lily Cole, Noah Huntley, Liberty Ross, Raffey Cassidy
Directed By: Rupert Sanders
Written By: Evan Daugherty, John Lee Hancock, Hossein Amini
Story By: Evan Daugherty
Produced By: Sam Mercer, Palak Patel, Joe Roth
Executive Producer: Gloria S. Borders
Director of Photography: Greig Fraser
Production Designer: Dominic Watkins
Edited By: Conrad Buff IV, Neil Smith
Costume Designer: Colleen Atwood
Music By: James Newton Howard


Street Date: September 11, 2012
Copyright: 2012 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.
Selection Numbers: 61120921 (U.S.); 61123281 (CDN)
Running Time: 2 hours 8 minutes/2 hours, 12 minutes
Layers: BD-50
Aspect Ratio: Widescreen 2.35:1
Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of violence, and brief sensuality (U.S.); PG (Canada); G (Quebec)
Technical Info: English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1/DVS2 2.0 and Dolby Digital 2.0, Spanish and French DTS Digital Surround 5.1
Subtitles: English SDH, French and Spanish


Street Date: September 11, 2012
Copyright: 2012 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.
Selection Numbers: 61120545 (U.S.); 61123282 (CDN)
Running Time: 2 hours, 8 minutes / 2 hours, 12 minutes
Layers: Dual Layer
Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35:1
Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of violence, and brief sensuality (US); PG (Canada); G (Quebec)
Technical Info: English Dolby Digital 5.1 and 2.0, Spanish and French Dolby 5.1
Subtitles: English SDH, French and Spanish
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Hostel 3 (2011)

The stakes turn deadly for four friends when their bachelor party lands them in a seedy nightclub off the Las Vegas Strip that is run by the secretive Elite Hunting organization! With creator Eli Roth out of the picture for the third film in the popular HOSTEL franchise, Scott Spiegel seemed like an ideal candidate to take over in his place. After all, Spiegel has worked closely with childhood friend Sam Raimi on numerous pictures, and even directed the cult Slasher INTRUDER, a film in which he deployed the same twisted sense of humor that is often found in the HOSTEL series. Despite these facts, Spiegel turns out a painfully stupid and uninviting sequel that is completely devoid of the most entertaining elements of the original. The dark, Eastern European setting has been exchanged for the bright lights of Vegas, only the majority of the film takes place off of the strip, making the location of the events irrelevant. None of the characters are perceived as being heroic or even remotely likeable for that matter, making their prolonged deaths a matter of celebration. And if that weren't enough, the inventive torturing devices for which the series has become notorious are reduced to the same tired methods of dispatch that you could find in any dollar bin DVD. With SAW already on its "final chapter," it seems that the Torture Porn genre has finally run its course, so HOSTEL may be closing its doors for good after this disaster.

Rating: 4/10.

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Scalene (2011)

A frantic mother. Her invalid son. An unsuspecting caretaker. The perceived realities of these three individuals will result in a terrible crime, but who is the real victim? Zack Parker takes us on a twisted journey through the human psyche in his new thriller SCALENE. The events unfold from three unique perspectives as we are transported backwards and forwards in time to better understand the intentions and circumstances leading up to an apparent rape, mirroring a similar stylistic device used by Christopher Nolan in the cult thriller MEMENTO. Parker demonstrates a cautious sense of control as he begins and ends each new vignette, skillfully avoiding any contradictions in the space-time continuum that is laid out before us. By opening with the story's ending, Parker is also able to better perceive the audience's expectations, only to thwart them once the viewers have settled in on their opinions. SCALENE is led by a talented cast, including powerful performances by Margo Martindale as Janice Trimble, Hanna Hall as the seemingly-altruistic Paige Alexander, and Adam Scarimbolo as Janice's brain-damaged son Jakob.

Rating: 7/10.

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What's in 'The Aztec Box'?

This semester, the afterlife will teach you a history lesson you will never forget!

The Aztec Box

FULLERTON, CA – July 22, 2012 – Principal shooting dates of late July and early August have been announced for “The Aztec Box”, a found-footage film written and directed by Serge Bronstein, an independent film maker in Southern California. The film is about four college students attending University Of California, Riverside, who receive a school assignment to film a reality show. In the process, they uncover an Ancient Aztec Sarcophagus that holds some mysterious demonic powers. Unexplained events started occurring at the house following the unearthing of the Aztec relic.

Rounding out the lead cast is actress Suziey Block (“Monk”, “American Mummy”), actor Hans Hernke (“The Perfect House”, “Aaron’s House”), actress Brisa Freitas (“Just Yell Fire: Campus Life”), and actor Nick Uzarski (“Color of Honor”, “The Barracks”). The film is written/produced/directed by Serge Bronstein, with cinematographer Steven Richards at the helm.

Filming begins on July 20th in Fullerton, CA and other parts of Orange County, CA
For more information, please visit the film’s Official Website: www.aztecbox.com

Or the Film’s Official Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Aztec-Box-Movie/267987769960508

IMDB Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2280132/combined
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Do You Dare Visit the 'Hollow'?


NEW YORK, NY - July 21, 2012 - Tribeca Film will release Hollow, a British found footage horror film, on September 19th. Directed by Michael Axelgaard, and written and produced by Matthew Holt, Hollow is a chilling tale of four friends on holiday who discover a frightening local legend and find themselves in battle with an ancient evil. The film follows on the heritage of classic British ghost stories and folklore, but takes these traditions to a frightening new place utilizing the found footage style.

Hollow will be released On Demand where it will be available in 40+ million homes through a variety of video-on-demand offerings, as well as iTunes, Amazon Watch Instantly, VUDU, Xbox and Samsung Media Hub.

Hollow terrified audiences when it premiered at Fantasia Festival in 2011. The film also screened at the Raindance Film Festival in 2011 and was nominated for British Independent Film Award.

Synopsis: An old monastery in a small, remote village in Suffolk, England has been haunted by a local legend for centuries. Left in ruin and shrouded by the mystery of a dark spirit that wills young couples to suicide, the place has been avoided for years, marked only by a twisted, ancient tree with an ominous hollow said to be the home of great evil. When four friends on holiday explore the local folklore, they realize that belief in a myth can quickly materialize into reality, bringing horror to life for the town.

For more information visit www.facebook.com/HollowFilm
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Zombies Rally Behind 'Zombie Kong'


Beauty May Have Killed the Beast
But Hunger Brought Him Back

TORONTO, ON - July 20, 2012 - Books of the Dead Press presents the biggest, baddest zombie anthology of all time…the antho that makes a monkey out of all the rest: Zombie Kong Anthology, edited by James Roy Daley. What do you get when you cross the horror classic King Kong with the shambling living dead? You get 25 feet of undead ape with a big taste for human flesh.

Zombie Kong Anthology brings you 18 outlandish, oversized tales of massive monkeys gone mad, from such authors as David Niall Wilson, Simon McCaffery, Mark Onspaugh and William Meikle. All from the publisher that brought you the critically acclaimed Best New Zombie Tales series, Best New Vampire Tales Vol. 1 and Best New Werewolf Tales Vol. 1. And don’t miss James Roy Daley’s tie-in Zombie Kong Novella

Books of the Dead Press, based in Toronto, was founded by James Roy Daley in 2009. The company is focused on publishing quality horror books by quality authors. Recent works include: Husk by Matt Hults; Gary Brandner’s The Howling Trilogy, Pain Cages by Paul Kane, Badass Zombie Road Trip by Tonia Brown, the Zombie Kong anthology, James Roy Daley’s novella Zombie Kong, and Little Deaths by John F.D. Taff.
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Join the Fight with 'Solomon Kane'


James Purefoy, Max von Sydow, Mackenzie Crook and Philip Winchester

Directed and Written by Michael J. Bassett


LOS ANGELES, CA - July 19, 2012 - Captain Solomon Kane is a brutally efficient 16th Century killing machine. Armed with his signature pistols, cutlass and rapier, he and his men unleash their bloodlust as they fight for England in war after war on all continents!

As the story opens, Kane and his band of pillagers are carving a bloody path through hordes of defenders in an exotic city in northern Africa. But, when Kane decides to attack a mysterious nearby castle to plunder its rumored riches, his mission takes a fateful turn. One by one, Kane’s men are picked off by demonic creatures until he alone is left to face the Devil’s own Reaper -- dispatched from the depths of Hell to lay claim to his hopelessly corrupt soul. Though Kane at last manages to escape, he knows that he now must redeem himself by renouncing violence and devoting himself wholly to a life of peace and purity.

His newfound spirituality, however, is quickly put to the ultimate test when he begins his journey across an England ravaged by diabolical human Raiders controlled by a terrifying, masked Overlord. After Kane fails to thwart the brutal slaughter of the Crowthorns, a Puritan family that has befriended him, he vows to find and free their enslaved daughter Meredith -- even if it means jeopardizing his own soul by re-embracing his murderous talents for a higher cause. His determined search eventually brings him face to face with his family’s own deadly secrets as he attempts to save Meredith and all of England from the forces of evil.
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Anchor Bay Goes On An Undead Adventure!


BEVERLY HILLS, CA – July 19, 2012 – Anchor Bay Films announced today the acquisition of distribution rights in the English-speaking territories (U.S., Canada, UK, Australia-New Zealand) for The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse, a new animated motion picture based on the comic book by the same name from Dynamite Entertainment Comics. Produced by Shoreline Entertainment, the film debuted this past weekend at Comic-Con International. The deal was announced by Bill Clark, President of Anchor Bay Entertainment.

“The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse premiered at Comic-Con in San Diego on Saturday night to a sold out, raucous and cheering crowd,” stated Morris Ruskin, producer of the film and CEO of Shoreline Entertainment, Inc. “According to co-creator of the comic, Ken Haeser, the fans seemed to really appreciate that the production captured the essence of the graphic novel.”

The film is an adaptation of the underground hit graphic novel by Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson. A guilt-ridden corpse takes on a heavy burden when he agrees to help a Fallen Angel keep the other undead in their graves and powers of evil from corrupting our world.

The nature of the superhero making its transition from the sublime pages of comic books to the magical screens of cinema, however, will be slightly unique this time around. For starters, the title character isn’t your typical caped crusader – he’s a zombie. And he’s not just a typical zombie, either. He’s a contentious, imposing citizen of the walking dead club with an intact memory from when he was alive, and a mission to protect the Earth from other brain-sucking flesh-eaters. The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse, which was directed by Justin Ritter, produced by Ritter and Ruskin and Executive Produced by Eduardo Castro, Eileen Craft, Darcy Feld and Dennis Sonnenschein, took three years to animate and was rendered in state-of-the-art RealD 3D.
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Catch 'Bait 3D' This September!

The Ultimate Predator in Terrifying 3D!


Tearing into DVD, Blu-ray™ 3D,
Blu-ray™ + DVD Combo on
September 18th

BEVERLY HILLS, CA – July 19, 2012 – Anchor Bay Films announces the September 18th release of BAIT 3D on DVD, Blu-ray™ and Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack. Natively shot in 3D, and filled with terrifying special effects, some great uses of special fx makeup, and blood-thirsty great white sharks, Bait 3D is a fun and action-packed thrill ride. SPR is $29.99 for the Blu-ray™ 3D, Blu-ray™ and DVD combo, and $24.98 for the DVD. Special features include includes a gallery of original production storyboards. Pre-book is August 16th.

This intense 3D thriller tells the story of a group of survivors in a sleepy beach town who suddenly find themselves trapped inside a submerged supermarket, following a freak tsunami.

As they try to escape to safety, they soon discover that there is a predator among them more deadly than the threat of drowning—vicious great white sharks lurking in the water, hungry for fresh meat. As the bloodthirsty sharks begin to pick the survivors off one by one, the group realizes that they must work together to find a way out without being eaten alive.

Bait 3D features a stellar ensemble cast including Xavier Samuel (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse), Sharni Vinson (Step Up 3D), Alex Russell (Chronicle), and Julian McMahon (Fantastic Four).
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Sink Your Teeth into 'Best New Werewolf Tales Vol. 1'


Finally an Anthology You Can
Sink Your Teeth Into

TORONTO, ON - July 19, 2012 - From Books of the Dead Press, publishers of the critically acclaimed Best New Zombie Tales series and Best New Vampire Tales, Vol. 1, comes more than 100,000 words of ferocious, slavering, hairy horror—Best New Werewolf Tales Vol.1.—available in digital and print format.

Edited by Carolina Smart, Best New Werewolf Tales Vol.1 features 20 pieces of short fiction from some of the best new and upcoming horror writers in the business—Jonathan Maberry, Michael Laimo, John Everson, James Newman, David Niall Wilson. Each tale is a unique, new spin on your favorite furry, full-moon beast.

Books of the Dead Press, based in Toronto, was founded by James Roy Daley in 2009. The company is focused on publishing quality horror books by quality authors. Recent works include: Husk by Matt Hults; Gary Brandner’s The Howling Trilogy, Pain Cages by Paul Kane, Badass Zombie Road Trip by Tonia Brown, the Zombie Kong anthology, James Roy Daley’s novella Zombie Kong, and Little Deaths by John F.D. Taff.
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Move in to 'The Perfect House' This July


The Perfect Horror Movie With The Perfect Terror Tale
Of The Perfect Dream House With The Not-So Perfect Past!

A “high Tech” Guerilla Filmmaking Approach, 21st Century Style!

LOS ANGELES, CA - July 18, 2012 - Lots of films are made without money, studio backing, Hollywood contacts or professional actors every year, but very few have the polish and cache of Gratwick Films groundbreaking independent feature film "The Perfect House".

"The Perfect House" not only marks the official feature directorial debut of Buffalo (NY) native Kris Hulbert, but also makes cinematic history in filmmaking as the world' s first indie feature film to ever premiere on an independent-movie distribution platform built for Facebook.

The first film to officially virally debut on the hugely popular social media platform (Facebook), "The Perfect House" has been touted as the trailblazing film that has redefined the traditional methods with regards to standard Hollywood channels of distribution in today's entertainment landscape.

Having already garnered a legion of fans, the overnight sensation online full-length film has undeniably become the talk of cyberspace, instantly developing a following that has now taken a life of its own. Currently available on Facebook for only $3, "The Perfect House" (a Gratwick Films Production) is continuing its successful interactive run. It will next be released on DVD July 17 and on VOD (with a never-seen-before behind the scene documentary) on October 1, 2012, through all major online platforms including Facebook, Gratwickproductions.com, ThePerfectHouse.com, among numerous other distribution outlets.

Pioneering the concept and use of “vertical integration” from the idea to the method of consumption, Hulbert along with Gratwick Films business partner Andrea Vahl are – much like the Steve Jobs’ of the world – spearheading THE novel distribution model of the future. A model centered on the artist as a viable independent entrepreneur and not a slave to the studio system and its corporate distribution tycoons.

Never judge a book by its cover, or in this case a house by its owner! That, in a nutshell, is the premise of the film that currently has cyberspace wrapped around its fingers.

It’s a riveting, visually intense, psychological examination of what real life horror is – the capacity for evil that hides within each of us yet remains anonymous. Shedding light on what the human spirit can ultimately destroy, endure and overcome, the film focuses on the nonsensical, random, at times ruthless and fundamentally relative aspects of true real horror.

Written/Produced by Kris Hubert and Co-directed by the latter and Randy Kent, "The Perfect House" is the buzz-heavy anthology horror movie about a dream-house with a hidden dark past. The film features an ensemble cast including Jonathan Tiersten, Andrea Vahl, Chris Raab aka "Raab Himself", Will Robertson, John Philbin, Becky Friedman, Hans Hernke, Holly Greene, Dustin Stevens, Jamie Lee Baker and Angelina Leigh, to name a few.

Shot guerilla style on a micro budget with no Hollywood contacts, on location in Buffalo, in the impressive span of just fourteen days, the film retraces the horrific history of a seemingly perfect house via three separate stories skillfully bound together by one principal frame plot and one central character: the (perfect) house.

Providing three unique tales of horror - subtitled in order of appearance: "The Storm", Chi-ken" and "Dinner Guest" - Hulbert brilliantly creates a captivatingly dramatic unity that organically holds the multiple plot lines together and flawlessly carry the momentum throughout the entire film leaving the viewer with a sense of completeness.

The DYI filmmaking approach certainly didn’t deter Hulbert and his entire team from delivering a fantastic feature film that more than successfully legitimately competes with big-budget Hollywood motion pictures in quality and storytelling.
But more than a craftily executed filmmaking technique that is both intentionally avoiding the traditional typical three-act structure, and challenging the basic principles of screenwriting by voluntarily writing a story with no character names or defined location, what the film fundamentally delivers is a uniquely endearing homage to the horror genre.

“The Perfect House” is a real horror movie that takes the standard Hollywood formula for this filmmaking style, kicks it to the curb with an in-your-face real raw horror.

Unlike any other films, "The Perfect House" successfully runs through all the horror-movie genre's signature styles of three specific time period of horror: the 60-70s black & white off-camera violence suspense ("The Storm"), the classic 80's slasher with dark humor mixed in and crazed unstoppable killer on the loose ("Chi-ken"), and modern day graphically disturbing massacre with icy cold feel and the brutal unrelenting conclusion ("Dinner Guest"). With that in mind, everything from the plot of the stories, the lighting, the shot selection, all the way through the post sound and color correction was specifically designed around the objective of faithfully adhering to the established styles and standards of these different sub-genres of horror.

Yet perhaps what makes "The Perfect House" even more so effectively terrifying is the real grisly tale of the story behind the story. A film that refuses to fit the norm, "The Perfect House" takes a radical departure from what seems to have been the general consensus not only in front of the cameras but also behind the scenes.

When Kris Hulbert set sail to Buffalo to make his first co-directorial effort, he had one simple goal in mind: to turn his short film "Dinner Guest" into a full length feature film. To keep the shoot extremely cost effective he ingeniously elaborated a high concept story based on the grassroots approach of utilizing what was available: a single free location (his grandfather's house in Buffalo), friends and family who made up the initial investors, and the committed dedication of passionate actors to play his characters.

The film comports an equal mix of recognizable Hollywood talent with fresh faces and local talent from Western New York. The result is an impressive collaborative effort from both cast/crew members who all, ultimately, were an integral part of the overall process, not to mention, took a giant leap of faith to be part of this extraordinary cinematic experience, albeit one that offered small monetary compensation privileging instead budget-spending on high-tech professional equipment.

The lack of experience, they all commonly shared not only allowed for a strong feeling of camaraderie on set –one that also transpires onscreen – but also became the greatest asset of the filmmaking process as everyone got rid of the ego involved in shooting, instead leaving space for collaborative creativity and experimentation.

A behind the scene story almost too good to be true! Yet what Kris didn't know was how that seemingly perfect true Hollywood fairy tale type of story would quickly turn into a real nightmare. Ironically, much like his fictional "Perfect House"' has, underneath it all, more stories to tell, there's also more to this phenomenal filmmaking journey than meets the eye.

For Hulbert the task of recovering his producers’ operating and investment costs and securing a major distribution deal proved to be more daunting then first assumed. Learning to swim in the shark tank that is the ferociously unscrupulous Hollywood money-driven machine, Hulbert endured – post making of “The Perfect House” phase – his own real life horror, namely the political, bureaucratic, corporate and individual corruption of the studio distribution system. But as the saying goes: It’s not the destination but the journey that counts – especially when the journey has become the ultimate modern day tale of the classic story of David v. Goliath. And who doesn’t like routing for the “underdog?”

In many ways, “The Perfect House” can be seen as cathartic for the young filmmaker. On and off the screen, the film became, literally and figuratively speaking, a very real and disturbing manifestation of true horror for Hulbert.

While major distribution deals were pouring in, notably an offer for the film at the Cannes Film festival, Hulbert and his team opted to walk away, whilst standing up to the politics and personal agendas of the corrupt corporate executive trope. Returning with more conviction than ever before to his initial self-distribution motif, Hulbert confidently stands as one of the first visionary artists to declare his own indie revolution on corporate Hollywood.

Kris Hulbert still remains at the forefront of the next generation of filmmakers. Sticking to his “high-tech guerilla” business and production model via Gratwick Films, the avant-garde storyteller and entrepreneur is securely cementing his status as an enduring talent who has pioneered a new wave of filmmaking where a no-to-low budget equals just as many opportunities and possibilities for distribution and release as a multi-million dollar film.

“With a focus on responsible filmmaking our goal is to eliminate the “clutter” and build a more direct and intimate relationship with our fans.” says Hulbert, “In the era of rampant piracy, We intend to make it not only cheaper and more convenient, but more engaging and personal to support our brand of entertainment.”

And “The Perfect House” is only the beginning!


For more information visit: http://www.gratwickproductions.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ThePerfectHouseMovie
Twitter: http://twitter.com/tphperfecthouse
Website: http://tphperfecthouse.com
Podcast: http://gratcast.com
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Hit the Road with 'Badass Zombie Road Trip'


Have Zombie, Will Travel…

TORONTO, ON - July 17, 2012 - Tonia Brown’s new novel, Badass Zombie Road Trip, has the title of a grindhouse movie and the soul of an undead flesh eater. Literally. In this humorous horror novel, main character Jonah has seven days to find his best friend’s soul or lose his own. All while dragging a zombie across the country, with a stripper who has an agenda of her own. And being pursued for a crime he didn’t commit...and dealing with Satan. Now available in digital and print format.
Tonia Brown's stories have appeared in a variety of anthologies. She has several books, including Lucky Stiff: Memoirs of an Undead Lover and the erotic steampunk series Clockworks and Corsets. Tonia lives in North Carolina with her husband and an ever-fluctuating number of cats. You can learn more about her at: www.thebackseatwriter.com.

Books of the Dead Press, based in Toronto, was founded by James Roy Daley in 2009. The company is focused on publishing quality horror books by quality authors. Recent works include: Husk by Matt Hults; Gary Brandner’s The Howling Trilogy, Pain Cages by Paul Kane, Badass Zombie Road Trip by Tonia Brown, the Zombie Kong anthology, James Roy Daley’s novella Zombie Kong, and Little Deaths by John F.D. Taff.
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'Good Boy' Goes VOD on Cineliq This July

Experience Terror Like Never Before
in the Online Debut of

LOS ANGELES, CA - July 17, 2012 - The pulse-pounding terror and claustrophobic thrills of “Good Boy” are now available via Cinecliq. As the world’s only global VOD platform fully integrated with Facebook, Cinecliq allows users to share the terror with friends — online, everyone can hear you scream.

In this pulpy cautionary tale, a disgruntled lackey robs his employer and burns rubber for a new life. However, his exodus is derailed by a sadistic killer and his horrific human zoo. Delivering buckets of blood on a shoestring budget, “Good Boy” is the antidote to mediocre mainstream horror.

“Good Boy” is available at: http://cinecliq.com/movie/104/Good+Boy.html
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Ghost Rider (2007)

Here's an idea: Take the demonic, flaming-skulled Spirit of Vengeance known as the Ghost Rider, one of the darkest heroes the world has ever known, remove all of the bloody violence from the comics, and then replace it with jelly beans and The Carpenters. If that isn't enough, drop a PG-13 rating on the film and hire a middle-aged hack to play the lead character as a final slap in the face to all of the fans.

In GHOST RIDER, motorcycle stuntman Johnny Blaze makes a pact with the devil to save his father's life, but in exchange, he is tricked into becoming the devil's bounty hunter. As the Spirit of Vengeance, Ghost Rider must take off across the American Southwest to recover an ancient scroll for his new master while battling the forces of evil along the way.

GHOST RIDER is a comic fan's worst nightmare. It demonstrates everyone's darkest fears when it comes to studio involvement tainting our most beloved characters on screen. Watching GHOST RIDER is like watching a competition for "World's Worst Actor." Eva Mendez must have breathed a sigh of relief when she was cast beside Nicolas Cage as Johnny Blaze's love interest. Even her stunning good looks cannot distract from her talentless performance. Nic Cage, on the other hand, can. Somewhere along the lines, Nic Cage must have mistaken the script for a comedy just as he had done in THE WICKER MAN remake, since he certainly makes a fool of himself the entire film. This version of Johnny Blaze is nothing but a disgrace to the tragic character in the comics, and Cage takes it upon himself to ham it up at every turn. And that still leaves out Wes Bentley, whose flamboyant take on the villainous Blackheart is laughable at best.

Try as he might, Mark Steven Johnson simply cannot pull together a major comic book adaptation. He makes the same mistakes in GHOST RIDER as he had in DAREDEVIL, placing far too much emphasis on comedy and cheap romance in place of the violent action, pathos, and quest for revenge that are inherent to the story of Johnny Blaze. While there are several winning moments in the effects department that bring classic comic panels to life in a stunning display of fire and brimstone, the visual success of the film cannot compete with Johnson's failures in the scriptwriting process. Poor decisions regarding the uneven tone of the film and the absurd actions taken by the characters only serve to drive a deepening wedge between the audience and the events on screen.

Why Columbia would gamble away a major movie franchise on such a pitiful combination of writing, acting, and directing, the world may never know, but the complete and utter failure of the film's first sequel will hopefully prevent the studio from doing any further damage to the character of the Ghost Rider.

Rating: 5/10.

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Dead Season (2012)

Elvis and Tweeter think they've found hope off the coast of Florida, but they soon find themselves trapped on an island that is swarming with the undead! Brace yourself for more of the same tired cliches in the new zombie survival film DEAD SEASON, Adam Deyoe's fifth feature film following other such classics as PSYCHO SLEEPOVER and YETI: A LOVE STORY. The bore-o-meter is reading surprisingly high in Florida during this year's DEAD SEASON, with the only thing duller than the characters being the dreadful dialog that accompanies them. Cinematography Jeffrey Peters seems unusually obsessed with keeping everything tight in frame, filming nearly every shot in an unnecessary close-up. Credit is due to the film's make-up team for sticking strictly to practical effects, but the zombie action is infrequent at best, and hardly worth the wait. Everyone has their favorite season, but DEAD SEASON comes in dead last on that list.

Rating: 5/10.

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Take a Ride From Hell in 'Elevator'

Inception Media Group Proudly Presents

Bad Things Happen in Small Places

Taut Thriller Rides Onto DVD Aug. 21st

“ (9 out of 10)”

“Taps into our innermost fears …
Easily ranks up there with some of the year’s best thrillers!”

“…12 Angry Men with a bomb strapped to one of them.
The finale … pays off like a good game of Clue.”

LOS ANGELES, CA - July 16, 2012 - A group of people get the shaft in the worst way imaginable when Elevator rides onto DVD Aug. 21 from Inception Media Group.

In this Hitchcock-esque, white-knuckle thriller, nine strangers are stuck in an elevator on the 49th floor of an upscale Manhattan high-rise … and one of them has a ticking bomb! But who … and why?

The rising star TV news reporter … building security guard … or soon-to-retire millionaire CEO with his granddaughter? The bond trader … struggling comedian … pregnant office worker and her successful boyfriend …or the elderly widow?

With no escape, each will do anything to survive. Desperation and panic grow as help fails to arrive and people slowly unmask – revealing racial tension, financial scandal, scorned lovers and revenge – with an unthinkable horror becoming the only solution!

Starring John Getz (The Social Network, Zodiac), Joey Slotnick (Hollow Man, Blast From the Past, Twister, ABC’s Alias), Anita Briem, (Journey to the Center of the Earth, Showtime’s The Tudors), Tony-, Emmy- and Golden Globe-winner Shirley Knight (ABC’s Desperate Housewives, Mall Cop, As Good as It Gets), Waleed Zuaiter (Sex and the City 2, The Men Who Stare at Goats), Devin Ratray (Home Alone 1 & 2, Surrogates), Tehmina Sunny (Children of Men) and Amanda and Rachel Pace (Showtime’s Weeds, ABC’s Private Practice).

Elevator is presented in widescreen with an aspect ratio of 2.35:1 and 5.1 digital sound. 
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Experience John F. Taff's 'Little Deaths'


You Think You’ve Got Bad Dreams?

TORONTO, ON - July 16, 2012 - Consider author John F. D Taff’s. How about the one where a guy resurrects his dead girlfriend with a set of prop neck bolts used on Boris Karloff in the 1931 classic Frankenstein? Or one where the ghost of the author’s dead dog entices his into death so they can be together? Or the one where a guy loves candy…to death? Taff has turned these nightmares into the short stories he shares in his new collection Little Deaths.

Little Deaths features 19 pieces of short fiction; chilling, weird looks at the human condition from a decidedly dark perspective.

John F. D. Taff’s stories have been published in Cemetery Dance, Deathrealm, Big Pulp, and One Buck Horror, as well as anthologies such as Hot Book: Fear the Fever, Hot Blood: Seeds of Fear, Shock Rock II, Best New Vampire Tales, Vol. 1, Best New Werewolf Tales, Vol. 1, Evil Jester Digest Vol. 1 and the AmFar charity anthology Horror for Good.

Books of the Dead Press, based in Toronto, was founded by James Roy Daley in 2009. The company is focused on publishing quality horror books by quality authors. Recent works include: Husk by Matt Hults; Gary Brandner’s The Howling Trilogy, Pain Cages by Paul Kane, Badass Zombie Road Trip by Tonia Brown, the Zombie Kong anthology, James Roy Daley’s novella Zombie Kong, and Little Deaths by John F.D. Taff.
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A Serbian Film (2010)

Sick, twisted, and disturbing are inadequate terms used to describe Srdjan Spasojevic's notorious new Exploitation picture, A SERBIAN FILM. Reprehensible, ultra-violent pornography is much more accurate, but in a world that has become numbed to sex, violence, and gore in a film, is this not what we crave? Spasojevic brings us the next generation of shock, working off of similar themes to those found in Pier Paolo Pasolini's SALO and Michael Haneke's FUNNY GAMES. The only world in which A SERBIAN FILM can be made is a world in which it can be sold and consumed, and the record number of reviews for this film show that viewers the world over are ready for this extreme form of entertainment. For those of you who have watched this film and protested its graphic content, you must ask yourself "Why did I watch this film in the first place? Was it not my own morbid curiosity that drove me to see it?" A SERBIAN FILM is easy enough to avoid just in reading the film's synopsis:

Milos, a poor and retired porn star, is offered the deal of a lifetime to return to his previous profession for one final film. The catch is that he is unable to read the script, a fact that he will soon live to regret as he and his family are pulled in to the director's horrifying new vision...

Drugs, rape, incest, torture... All of the things that a proper society looks extricate or ignore are prominently displayed on screen in graphic detail, and for no better reason than to disgust. The fact that this film has been censored and re-released in several edited forms in a day and age where 'Uncut' and 'Not Rated' have become huge selling points can speak to the film's power. Its continued sale, however, only serves to prove Spasojevic's point: That there is a market for everything... 'Newborn Porn' not excluded. A SERBIAN FILM is only softened by the fact that it is so professionally made and cleanly shot, placing the filter of fiction over the characters' actions and the audience. Had Spasojevic employed a hand-held approach and bought in to the "found-footage" trend, we may have been faced with dangerous and potentially criminal results. We must then ask ourselves, "What's next?" Who will be the one that takes that next step, and when they do, will we watch? It is difficult to justify a film with such explicit content, but, if for nothing else, A SERBIAN FILM becomes a valid form of art when it forces us to confront alarming issues such as these in any medium.

Rating: 8/10.

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'American Mary' Takes Over SDCC 2012!

Takes Over the San Diego Comic Convention

SAN DIEGO, CA - July 14, 2012 - Jen and Sylvia Soska of Twisted Twins Productions debuted the trailer for their second feature-film, 'American Mary', during the world-famous San Diego Comic Convention 2012. The 'American Mary' panel discussion has been made available thanks to www.sinfulcelluloid.com:

'American Mary' Comic Con 2012 Panel:
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Join 'Scary Mary' This Halloween!

‘Scary Mary and the Audio Corsette’
Production seeks short horror film submissions to be featured
in the Halloween capital of the world!

SALEM, MA – July 14, 2012 – This Halloween season, Salem Massachusetts will witness the resurrection of a new horror icon in the vein of Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, inspired by the 1980s slashers like Freddy Krueger and video vixen Lita Ford. The original production will feature live 80s rock music, hosted by undead lead singer and emcee Scary Mary with audience participation and short horror films as part of a recurring midnight horror-rock experience at CinemaSalem.

The production is looking for a wide variety of subjects and styles within the horror genre. Submissions will be juried, selected and announced by Monday, September 3, 2012. Filmmakers who would like to be considered to have their work featured can submit their film online. Deadline is Friday, August 24, 2012.

25 years ago, on the eve of her eighteenth birthday, Mary, a hair metal rocker chick, fell victim to a prank gone wrong resulting in her soul being trapped in an audio casette tape lost over time. This Halloween season, a new local supergroup, Audio Corsette will resurrect her as part of an R-rated, 80′s horror-rock experience featuring a live show with short horror films from all over the country. Created and directed by Kevin Letourneau and written by Gregory Glenn, ‘Scary Mary and the Audio Corsette’ stars Jacyn Tremblay (JADA), Peter Tentindo (Britannica), Aaron Katz and Callie Lipton (The Dejas).

Visit scarymarylives.com for more information, sponsorship opportunities and to submit your short horror film for consideration! Follow Scary Mary on Facebook and Twitter for latest updates about production news, videos and the official fall release of the ‘Scary Mary and the Audio Corsette’ EP Produced by Kenny Lewis (Motley Crue, Stryper, LA Guns, Slaughter)!
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A. Michael Baldwin Returns in 'Brutal'

Wraps Production - Seeks Distributors

Starring A. Michael Baldwin of Don Coscarelli's "Phantasm" franchise

LOS ANGELES, CA - July 14, 2012 - After waiting 12 years for the right film to to come along, A. Michael Baldwin makes his return to the big screen. The whole world sees him as Mike Pearson from "Phantasm", a very iconic part. Many film makers who grew up as fans have offered him lead roles in their movies but he turned them down. He was never going to return to the film industry and act again, unless he could find another iconic & memorable role, that would separate him from "Phantasm". That role finally came when he read the script for "Brutal".

The music for "Brutal" is composed by John Carpenter's (Halloween) partner of over a decade, Mr. Alan Howarth. Alan has worked on some of the biggest films of all-time, Halloween 2-6, Star Trek 1-6, The Thing, and many, many more. Alan completely transformed "Brutal" with the soundtrack just like John Carpenter did with Halloween 35 years before.

Darla Rae, co-director, is an award winning director who got her start in film as an actress in John Carpenter's Halloween. Finally, special effect make-up was by Christina Kortum, who also works on the hit T.V. show "Grimm"

For more information please check out the website http://www.brutalmovie.net/
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'American Mary' Official Trailer Debut!

The highly-anticipated trailer for Jen and Sylvia Soska's second feature film, 'American Mary', makes its online debut today after a rousing display at the San Diego Comic Con 2012! 'American Mary' follows medical student Mary Mason as she becomes increasingly broke and disenchanted with the surgical world she once admired. The allure of easy money sends Mary into the world of underground surgeries which ends up leaving more marks on her than her so called 'freakish' clientele. 'Mary' marks the ladies' first feature since the release of their cult-classic Exploitation film 'Dead Hooker in a Trunk'. Read on to watch the official trailer below!

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'Piranha 3DD' Swims Home September 4!


Full Of Flesh-Eating Fish, Hot Girls, Nudity, and Sick, Sick Humor, This Campy Sequel To The 2010 Hit Swims To Retail On September 4, 2012!

BEVERLY HILLS, CA – July 10, 2012   Anchor Bay Entertainment and Dimension Films announced today the 3D Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD release of the campy comedy-horror film, PIRANHA 3DD. A sequel to Piranha 3D – the 2010 reboot of the fan-favorite franchise from the ‘70s – PIRANHA 3DD stars Danielle Panabaker (The Crazies, Friday the 13th), Katrina Bowden (TV’s “30 Rock”), David Koechner (Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Get Smart), David Hasselhoff (TV’s “Baywatch,” “Knight Rider”), Christopher Lloyd (Piranha 3D, Back to the Future), and Gary Busey (Lethal Weapon, The Buddy Holly Story). Directed by John Gulager (Feast) and written by Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton (the writing team behind four Saw titles), PIRANHA 3DD heads to retail on September 4, 2012 for an SRP of $29.99 for the 3D Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and $24.98 for the standard definition DVD.

PIRANHA 3DD incorporates the classic elements of the teen horror/exploitation movies of the 1970s, packed with ferocious flesheaters, scantily-clad young victims, and bizarre and exciting twists and turns. Whereas Piranha 3D took place on a lake, the 2012 sequel is set at a water park, complete with water slides and a lazy river – the perfect places for piranha mayhem! Back for more outrageous fun, Christopher Lloyd reprises his role as the eccentric piranha expert.

After the terror unleashed on Lake Victoria in Piranha 3D, the prehistoric school of bloodthirsty piranhas are back and this time, no one is safe from the flesh-eating fish as they sink their razor-sharp teeth into the visitors of summer’s best attraction, The Big Wet Water Park. Now with double the action, double the horror, and double the D’s, PIRANHA 3DD stars Danielle Panabaker, Matt Bush, David Koechner, Chris Zylka, Katrina Bowden, Gary Busey, Christopher Lloyd, and David Hasselhoff.

A fun, amusing ride for the audience, the PIRANHA 3DD Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD special features include an Audio Commentary with the filmmakers; “The Story Behind the DD”; “The Hofftastic World of David Hasselhoff”; “Busey’s Bloopers”; “Wet and Wild with David Koechner”; Deleted Scenes; and “A Lesson with John McEnroe – A Dimension Short Film.” Note: Special features are subject to change.

Learn more about PIRANHA 3DD at: www.piranha3DDmovie.com
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Blood and Chocolate (2007)

Vivian's decision to run against the pack places her new boyfriend in mortal danger in BLOOD AND CHOCOLATE, adapted from the popular teen novel by Annette Curtis Klause. This pre-TWILIGHT romantic Horror film finds trouble balancing the two genres, and often delivers more unintentional humor than terror or suspense while forging several regretful similarities to AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN PARIS. The unconvincing cast causes the film to fall flat on more than one occasion, especially throughout the passionless performances by the two young lovers. In the rush to introduce the players and establish the growing conflict within the pack, director Katja von Garnier neglects to develop any form of rapport between Agnes Bruckner and Hugh Dancy, and even less of an emotional connection between the characters and the audience. What we are left with is a Horror movie without any scares, and a Romance that is rife with cliches, but lacking in true love.

Rating: 6/10.


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