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    Neil Marshall to Direct HELLFEST

    Director of such recent horror films as The Descent and Doomsday, Neil Marshall is looking to bring a little terror to your favorite family theme park. Marshall is currently in the early stages of discussion with CBS Films to direct their new horror project, Hellfest. The plot of Hellfest follows a costumed killer who singles out unsuspecting theme park attendees to slaughter on Halloween night. The studio plans to start production by the summer of 2012, making this Marshall’s next movie project. If successful, there are hopes to turn the project into a franchise to fill the void that has been left by the Saw, Final Destination and (hopefully) Paranormal Activity series. Hit the jump for more.

    Deadline reports that Marshall is in talks to direct the project, his first since 2010’s Centurion. While Hellfest would be Marshall’s next movie, he is currently finishing up his directorial effort for “Blackwater,” an episode in the HBO series Game of Thrones, based on the popular series of novels by George R. R. Martin. The second season of Game of Thrones will start in April of 2012, with the Marshall-directed episode slated to be the ninth of the season.
    Marshall is brilliant. Awesome that he is doing an episode of GOT.

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    BD Horror News - Check Out The First Scene Of 'The Divide'!

    This is already on my 'must-see' list.

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    Little Deaths (DVD) | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    For those of you who may not like your horror on the perverse side, you'll want to skip Little Deaths. There is definitely a lot of incredibly disturbing and often shocking material offered up in the anthology, however all of it approached tastefully. Our trio of directors smartly shy away from using an overabundance of gore, letting audiences stew in their own juices about the horrors we're not seeing (particularly in "Bitch") and that's what makes the film so effective- once you see it, Little Deaths continues to resonate long after the credits have finished, making it a truly effective piece of filmmaking by Hogan, Parkinson and Rumley.

    For the DVD release of the flick, Image doesn't really give fans a whole lot on the Little Deaths disc. We get a brief behind-the-scenes featurette and a trailer but that's about it. I really wish there would have been a commentary track at least for Little Deaths- considering the material and the bold performances in the flicks, I would have loved to hear more from Hogan, Parkinson and Rumley about their experiences making their segments and what went into their stories and the visuals within their films.

    As an anthology, Little Deaths successfully embraces the world of taboos fearlessly- with sex and death being topics which have both mortified and intrigued audiences endlessly throughout the years. All in all, Little Deaths is tailor-made for edgier horror fans who enjoy stories that push the boundaries of conventional and classic genre storytelling but casual fans will definitely find the flick a bit hard to stomach in the end.
    sign me up.
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    BD Horror News - LD Entertainment to Release Hotly Anticipated 'The Collection'

    It got beat up pretty bad in the press but I thought the Collector was nice little slice of nasty giallo type horror. Looking forward to a second.

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    Stitches Wraps! First Official Still! | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    From the Press Release
    IT'S A WRAP! STITCHES is a Dark Sky Films original production in partnership with Fantastic Films and the Irish Film Board. Shooting wrapped this weekend in Dublin. The film stars popular British comedian Ross Noble and Tommy Knight of Doctor Who and The Sarah Jane Adventures and is directed by Conor McMahon (Disturbed, Dead Meat). STITCHES is the macabre story of Richard 'Stitches' Grindle, a jaded workaday kids' birthday clown, whose one-liners are witty in a way that's just not for kids. Stitches falls victim to a fatal party mishap at the hands of a group of particularly nasty children. Years later, the group of now teenagers attend a party at which Stitches is the uninvited guest of honor, returning to avenge his untimely death.



    Prolly gonna be mediocre, but...CLOWN!!!!!!!

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    clowns are a scary motha...

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    Anybody hear anything good about Innkeepers?


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    Make a Date with Ti West's The Innkeepers in Theatres This February! | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    Finally we have a rock solid release date so that you can plan on enjoying all of the ghostly goodness that Ti West's latest fright flick, The Innkeepers, has to offer where it was meant to be seen ... in a darkened theatre on a big-ass screen!

    Magnet will release The Innkeepers as part of its Ultra VOD program, launching the film on all digital VOD platforms on December 30th, with a theatrical release in major markets on February 3rd, 2012. MPI Media Group will be handling the film's home video release. More soon!

    The movie stars Sara Paxton, Pat Healy, Kelly McGillis, and George Riddle.

    Synopsis
    After over one hundred years of service, The Yankee Pedlar Inn is shutting its doors for good. The last remaining employees - Claire (Sara Paxton) and Luke (Pat Healy) - are determined to uncover proof of what many believe to be one of New England's most haunted hotels. As the Inn’s final days draw near, odd guests check in as the pair of minimum wage “ghost hunters” begin to experience strange and alarming events that may ultimately cause them to be mere footnotes in the hotel’s long unexplained history.
    Innkeepers, The (2011) | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    Ti West’s new one, The Innkeepers, is essentially the Scary Maze Game of the 2011 SXSW Film Festival. It’s a feature-length prank of sorts that draws you in, holds your attention, and then ultimately scares the **** out of you at the last second. That might sound like a bad thing, but it’s not. West succeeds in creating a true horror comedy - one that makes you laugh out loud and jump out of your seat - and that’s not an easy thing to accomplish considering you can probably count on one hand the films that actually succeed at both.

    The question is - How can you play with the cliches and conventions of the ghost story without actually becoming the very thing you’re dancing around and trying to avoid? You have to have truly dynamic characters to make it work, and the likable duo of Claire (Sara Paxton) and Luke (Pat Healy) as the last two desk clerks at the all-but-forgotten Yankee Pedlar Inn are the perfect guides for the roller coaster ride of a film Ti West and Glass Eye Pix have orchestrated.

    You don’t mind that the two keep leaving each other alone at the worst possible times because it’s played for laughs; when Claire goes down to the creepy basement AGAIN, you forgive her stupidity because she’s just so damn adorable. Kelly McGillis, as a new age actress well past her prime, adds to the proceedings as well, and her character’s involvement in the final act of the film really kicks off the harrowing last twenty minutes where the scares become genuine.
    Personally, haven't seen this, but West is a bit pompous, and HOTD was overrated. Heard this is ok, but not much to it. I'll see it when I get a chance though.

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    Screen Gems to Adapt Short VIRAL Into a Feature Film

    Viral is an 11-minute tale about a cyberbully that incorporates supernatural elements. Hit the jump more info on the short, plus a trailer.





    Here’s the syopsis posted on the Facebook page for Viral:


    “Julia and Alexis are supposed to be studying. But Alexis gives in to the temptation to go online and provoke someone… or something… that should have been left alone.”

    Susco explained what he likes about Schechmeister’s work.


    “It strikes at the modern social media anxiety that really hits a hot nerve in this country. How young people communicate is changing and technology is altering the tenor of that communication—in many cases for the worse. And this is an opportunity to do something scary and really potent at the same time.”


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