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    Disc Spotlight: Fantastic Factory Presents | Film School Rejects


    No matter what else Brian Yuzna has done or will do in his career, he’ll forever hold a spot in the horror hall of fame thanks to his involvement on Stuart Gordon’s classic Re-Animator. The film is gory, funny, perverted, and over the top and remains one of the best horror-comedies ever made. Yuzna went on to write and direct several of his own films as well as form a production company in Spain called Fantastic Factory. Nine films were produced under the label from 2000 through 2006, and Arrow Video has packaged four of them together in a box set for your viewing pleasure.

    The included movies are Arachnid, Beyond Re-Animator, Faust: Love of the Damned, and Romasanta: The Werewolf Hunt.
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    Arquette's Glutton Has Found Its Leading Man - ShockTillYouDrop.com

    Shock broke the news regarding the plot details surrounding David Arquette's Glutton.

    Variety has now learned the film will star Abraham Benrubi. He was a regular on ER, he also appeared on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and has a regular stint on Robot Chicken.

    I'm told Benrubi will be wearing at least four different fat suits for the role. In the film, he plays a 1200-pound man who is forced out of his bed to save his sister. He can only do so if he "sheds" his excess weight. Click on the aforementioned link for more details.

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    Tribute Video: Remembering Vincent Price | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    Itís hard to believe that the iconic Vincent Price would have been 100 years old next week (he was born May 27, 1911), and itís even harder to believe that itís been almost 18 years since we had to say goodbye to the beloved actor.

    This week the Vincentennial Celebration began in Vincentís hometown of St. Louis, Missouri, and will be running every day through May 28th. The festival is being held to celebrate Vincentís cinematic achievements as well as his personal passion for the creative arts.
    Click the link for a really nice tribute video.

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    It's seems like forever that we have gotten a Carpenter film. Looking forward to this.
    Only by living absurdly is it possible to break out of this infinite absurdity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post
    It's seems like forever that we have gotten a Carpenter film. Looking forward to this.
    Sorry Orph, sadly the advanced word is that it's pretty weak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Sorry Orph, sadly the advanced word is that it's pretty weak.
    Yeah. Heartbreaking, almost.

    Having said that, ever since Drive Angry I consider myself a fan of Amber Heard and will probably give this a shot just for her name and Carpenter's name.

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    AICN HORROR NEWS: Stephen King's son Joe Hill's TWITTERING FROM THE CIRCUS OF THE DEAD to be adapted into a film by Mandalay!

    Ain't It Cool News: The best in movie, TV, DVD, and comic book news.

    Looks like a story by Joe Hill (son of Stephen King) has been picked up by Mandalay with Todd Lincoln (THE APPARITION) set to direct. The story, TWITTERING FROM THE CIRCUS OF THE DEAD, is described as ďwritten entirely as tweets from a teenage girl, follows an American family on a cross country road trip that goes horribly wrong.Ē The original story was published in THE NEW DEAD, an anthology of zombie stories published earlier this year.
    The story is one of the highlights of a really good anthology. Real bottom-dropping-out feeling of dread in the 5 or 6 page(I think) story. Wondering how they are going to go about translating this to a 90 minute flick. Tell ya though, Joe Hill will one day be as good as his old man. He ain't quite there yet...but he's getting there nicely.

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