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    I am quite fond of Prince of Darkness despite the fact that people say it's one of his worst films, lol!
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    Kickstarter Spotlight: CGI-Free Creatures Movie ‘Harbinger Down’ From ‘Alien,’ ‘Tremors’ FX Team | Geeks of Doom

    Here’s what the movie will be about:

    A group of grad students have booked passage on the fishing trawler Harbinger to study the effects of global warming on a pod of Orcas in the Bering Sea. When the ship’s crew dredges up a recently thawed piece of old Soviet space wreckage, things get downright deadly. It seems that the Russians experimented with tardigrades, tiny resilient animals able to withstand the extremes of space radiation. The creatures survived, but not without mutation.

    Now the crew is exposed to aggressively mutating organisms. And after being locked in ice for 3 decades, the creatures aren’t about to give up the warmth of human companionship.
    Now, although the movie’s creatures won’t be made using CGI—this is, after all, a movie to celebrate practical effects—that doesn’t mean that there won’t be digital tools used for certain things like falling snow and breath vapor, to remove things that shouldn’t be there, and to enhance the overall look of things.

    So if you’re a fan of practical, non-CGI creatures in your horror movies, be sure to help Harbinger Down become awesome by heading to their Kickstarter page. The goal that’s been set is only $350,000 (small for a movie, especially one with lots of special effects) and they’re currently halfway through the $70Ks with 21 days to go, but, obviously, the more they get the bigger and more awesome the finished movie will be.

    Oh, right, and one more thing: Lance Henriksen. That is all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    article doesn't mention it...but Body Bags as well is getting a Blu.

    edit:here is a link

    http://www.highdefdigest.com/news/sh...he_Works/11751
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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post
    I am quite fond of Prince of Darkness despite the fact that people say it's one of his worst films, lol!
    The only problem I ever had with Prince of Darkness is that the first two acts are so unbelievably good and so far ahead of their time that the third act had trouble paying it off properly. Considering many of the films that have transpired since it was first released, I find it easier to watch as a whole now.
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    Cannes Review: Cannibal Tale ‘We Are What We Are’ Threatens To Give Horror Remakes A Good Name

    But really, “We Are What We Are” is just a great yarn, well-acted, elegantly shot and put together cleverly so that even its more visceral delights feel well-earned. It will likely disappoint the “buckets of blood” brigade, but for anyone looking for a horror movie with smarts, that stops just shy of being anything as po-faced as “thought-provoking” in favor of just being a great time at the movies, “We Are What We Are” entirely delivers. Enjoy with some fava beans and nice Chianti. [B+]

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    Bill Oberst, Jr., Joins the Circus of the Dead - Dread Central

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    A man becomes entangled in a deadly morality game when the circus comes to town and a sadistic clown forces him to examine the things in life he takes for granted in the most horrific ways.
    SAW...with more clowns. IN!!!!

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    The Scream Factory Launches YouTube Channel - Dread Central

    From their Facebook Page...

    We’re happy to announce again that we have a new “view” into all things Scream Factory! Head on over to our new Scream Factory YouTube Channel, where we have things broken down into four frightfully fun categories:

    TRAILERS: All coming attractions for our Scream releases will reside here. Currently we have trailers up to the 7/30 release of The Fog and our upcoming fall release of Cockneys vs. Zombies.

    FEATURED: Sneak peeks of original content (i.e., interviews with cast or crew) from our releases. Right now you can check out clips from our Blu-ray/DVD releases of The Burning and The Town that Dreaded Sundown.

    RETRO GRAVEYARD: Shout Factory released a lot of horror and sci-fi films prior to creation of the “Scream” line in 2012, so this is where you can see trailers from some of our greatest hits from the past including The Stepfather, Visiting Hours, Bad Dreams, a lot of Roger Corman releases (Piranha, Death Race 2000, Slumber Party Marty Massacre, etc.) and several others.

    SCREAM PICKS: Each Friday we will choose 5 horror or sci-fi related clips (that currently exist on YouTube) as our Top 5 “Picks” of the week. For instance, to celebrate this week's release of The Burning, see what other 5 summer camp/in-the-woods slasher pics we highlighted as our favorites or guilty pleasures (they’ll likely be some of yours too). On the next Friday (the 24th), we’ll swap that out for a new theme and 5 more clips. The possibilities are endless…

    This is just the beginning, and the site will evolve this summer. After we get our feet wet, we’ll want YOU to participate in the horror, too!

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    Review: God Bless AMERICAN MARY | Twitch

    American Mary is certainly not the kind of garden variety, over-the-top, white-knuckle, cheap-thrill bloody gore-fest that some audiences may be expecting due to its unusual subject matter. Rather, the Soskas have crafted an experience that is thoughtfully restrained and refreshingly nuanced enough to leave them thinking, instead.

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    Review: 'American Mary' Is Just Another Stroll Down Body Modification Lane | The Playlist

    Ultimately, “American Mary” simply reveals itself as a film with little on its mind, content to scare rubberneckers into contemplating the backstory of the more outlandish body manipulation jobs they’ve seen in public. A documentary would have sufficed. [C-]


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