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Inoperable Opens For Limited Engagement December 1

by Peter Paltridgeon November 21, 2017
Time loop stories seem to be a hot trend in movies these days, and Zorya Films’ new picture Inoperable has arrived just in time to ride the wave. Danielle Harris (from the Hatchet franchise and several Halloween movies) stars as Amy, a woman who wakes up in an abandoned hospital. With what little resources she […]

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Lisa Ovies To Direct Horror-Comedy Beverly Hills Lizard People

by Peter Paltridgeon November 20, 2017
We don’t have a trailer for this one yet — it hasn’t started filming. But with a title like Beverly Hills Lizard People, why would we wait? Produced by Cthulhu Crush Productions, the script will be written by Jody Wheeler. And the plot will be what you think it is: An ancient race of shape-shifting […]

Soembody’s Darling Coming To VOD December 1

by Peter Paltridgeon November 20, 2017
See if this sounds familiar: a privileged man who can have whatever he wants decides he wants a specific woman — and he won’t accept her answer of “no” no matter how many times she repeats it. The movie Somebody’s Darling feels especially relevant now that sexual harassment and unwanted advances are a nationwide issue […]

Cargo Is Shipping Soon From Wild Eye

by Peter Paltridgeon November 17, 2017
Wild Eye Releasing will be putting out Cargo, a new action thriller, on VOD soon. It stars actor Ron Thompson, and just Ron Thompson — plus the voices of Jose Rosete, Corbin Timbrook, Matthew Rosvally, Danika Fields and  J.C. Maçek III, the latter of whom produced the film. What’s it about? Well, it looks like […]

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Alpha: The Awakening Is Coming

by Peter Paltridgeon November 14, 2017
Giant Flick Films LLC is a production and distribution company based in Hollywood whose first release was Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage starring Patrick Stewart. Now they’re getting ready for an awakening….Alpha: The Awakening that is, a post-apocalyptic sci-fi/horror film influenced by classic science fiction anthologies of the 20th century. “I was a big fan of […]

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The Cutlass Is Coming This December

by Peter Paltridgeon November 13, 2017
Wild Eye Releasing has announced the imminent arrival of The Cutlass, an action thriller making its debut next month. When a young tourist disappears into the jungles of Trinidad, her family feels all hope is lost. The situation looks bad when a dangerous madman starts hunting her down….but little does he know he picked the […]

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Universal: Never Mind That Whole “Dark Universe” Deal

by Peter Paltridgeon November 8, 2017
Earlier this year, Universal Studios announced one of their biggest business ventures to date; a revival of the classic Monsters franchise they started back in the 1930’s. Jealous of Disney’s lucrative Marvel Cinematic Universe, they vowed to launch their own series of interconnected movies starring the Universal Monsters. It would be big and loud and […]

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Occupation, From Film Mode Entertainment, To Premiere At AFM

by Peter Paltridgeon November 6, 2017
The American Film Market will play host to the very first screening of Film Mode Entertainment’s new sci-fi thriller Occupation, the company announced today. According to the official plot description, the film takes place “after a devastating intergalactic attack on Earth [where] the last surviving humans must band together for the sake of survival.” To […]

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The Ninth Passenger And Blood Bound Will Premiere At AFM

by Peter Paltridgeon November 6, 2017
Film Mode Entertainment will be premiering two new horror thrillers at the 2017 American Film Market: The Ninth Passenger and Blood Bound. The Ninth Passenger (screenshot seen above) is about a bunch of college students who spontaneously escape to the sea one night on a luxury yacht, and since they have no idea what they’re […]

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Run, Fight And Survive On Apocalypse Road

by Peter Paltridgeon November 6, 2017
If you have an appreciation for post-apocalyptic action movies, be on the lookout for Apocalypse Road, coming next month from Wild Eye Releasing. They refer to it as “a sweat-inducing story about the instinct of human survival and unbreakable bonds.” The intent behind the film was to evoke the Mad Max franchise, the beloved Fury […]

Stranger Fonts

by Peter Paltridgeon November 3, 2017
Of crucial interest to the Duffer Brothers when creating the Stranger Things title sequence was that said sequence be as indistinguishable from something that could’ve come out during the real 80’s as possible. Vulture has published an expose of how the familiar ST logo came to be, as well as how it literally came together […]

Cinemark And The Asylum Present Bad Girl

by Peter Paltridgeon November 3, 2017
The name of The Asylum is typically associated with crazy B-movies like Sharknado, but next Thursday they’re trying something different with Bad Girl, a simple grounded thriller with no giant mutant animals or 90s CGI to speak of. (Not that we don’t have an appreciation for such things around here.) Amy returns home to a […]