Jan/2020

Hello Jana here,

Exists

SXSW (South By Southwest) is an annual multi-media festival held in Austin, Texas. It’s the perfect place for distributors to scoop up new material. This is what happened after a Saturday night, sold-out, premiere of ‘Exists‘. Lionsgate bought up the rights quickly after screening and seeing the viewers light up Twitter talking about the film.

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Film Review: ‘Blair Witch’!

by Gumbercules9000 on Sep 14th, 2016

Hi everyone, Bryan here…

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Seventeen years later, we have journeyed back into the Black Woods in Burkittsville, Maryland to seek out the Blair Witch. Back in 1999, one of the first examples of viral marketing came splashing on the scene with ‘The Blair Witch Project‘, where we saw trailers of faux police interviews and news reports that three college kids went missing in the woods and the footage that was found was real. Filmed all with a handheld camera in first person back in 1999, this film was one of the first movies to deal with the “found footage” aspect and it worked to great effect as everyone thought the film and people in it were real. It was highly effective and scary-as-hell and became a cult-phenomenon and paved the way for tons of “found footage” movies.

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Will ‘Blair Witch’ Terrify A New Generation???

by Red Zeppelbon on Jul 23rd, 2016

Hey guys, Jana here,

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Blair Witch‘ showcases the search for one man’s missing sister, who appears to be Heather Donahue from ‘The Blair Witch Project‘. Her brother and friends venture into the Maryland woods near Burkittsville in search of answers at the last known place where his sister was thought to be.

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The ‘Unnamed Footage Festival’ Is Coming Soon!

by Gumbercules9000 on Dec 19th, 2017

On March 24-25 of 2018, The Unnamed Footage Festival will be making its way to the excellent Balboa Theater in San Francisco. What does that mean? That means a ton of horror films with the found footage theme, first person, or mockumentary will be shown at this festival. There will be new movies show from around the world, making their debut at this festival, as well as some vintage and revival screenings. There will be celebrities and filmmakers in attendance too. You can also submit your own films now to be selected to be shown at the festival. Read all the info below, but make no doubt about it, this film festival looks like so much fun.

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Film Review: ‘[Detroit]’!!

by Janet White on Jul 29th, 2017

Hello Everyone, Janet W.  here…

Fifty years ago (to the day I screened Detroit), atrocities occurred in Detroit, Michigan. July 25, 1967 has been a day of woe for generations past and will be for those to come. Effectively capturing the events of this time, Detroit offers a raw in-your-face journey into the debasement of human beings simply because of their color. Such actions led to outrage which brewed to boiling over due to criminal misconduct and murder performed by police officers escalated to several days of rioting and worse. Black people helping the crooked cops unlawfully abuse and imprison other black people. Read the rest of this entry »

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Film Review: ‘Be My Cat: A Film for Anne’!!

by Janet White on Nov 29th, 2016

Hello Everyone, Janet W. here…

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Direct from the twisted cerebral cortex of director, writer, and star Adrian Tofei, is Be My Cat: A Film for Anne. A tale so demented yet potentially realistic about obsession as seen through the eyes of a psychopath. Tofei’s goal (as the lead character is himself) is to woo Anne Hathaway to be the star of his film. How do you ask? By filming a “documentary” about the film including the casting process. Unwittingly three women, Sonia Teodoriu, Florentina Hariton, and Alexandra Stroe, will participate in his lunacy and suffer the consequences. Read the rest of this entry »

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Film Review: ‘Earth to Echo’!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jul 2nd, 2014

Janet W., Here…

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Earth to Echo is a film that exhibits what it really means to be a friend.  Can distance or circumstance separate real friends?

In the spirit of amateur filmmaking (constant shaking and quick pans that make your head hurt and your stomach queasy), we see the world, or at least part of Nevada, through the eyes of three, middle school aged, close friends, and a mysterious watcher.  Munch (Reese Hartwig) is a hyper, brainiac/hypochondriac.  Alex (Teo Halm) is a foster child that is used to being left behind.  Tuck (Astro) is Mr. Storyteller who has a camera glued to him at all times.  Munch, Alex, and Tuck are faced with mass eviction of their neighborhood for the construction of a complex series of highways.

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Hi, Jana here,

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Horror movies are like ants at a picnic, there will always be a few teenagers in the mix. New Line has acquired worldwide rights to the Blumhouse Prods. film ‘Superstition‘. The film is financed by Film 360 the production arm of Management 360. The film is high school-set and is similar to the ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer‘ formula with a found-footage component.

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Texas FrightMare Is Upon Us!! Here’s What To Expect!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Apr 15th, 2014

Hi, Bryan Here….

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Texas FrightMare Weekend is almost here, and it looks like it will be the biggest horror convention yeet, packed with tons of horror movie actors, actresses, and directors from your favorite scary movies. You’ll be able to meet the legendary zombie director ‘George Romero‘, Linda Hamilton, and a ‘Terminator‘ reunion minus Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Cameron. Plus, you’ll be able to watch the original ‘Dawn of the Dead‘ with George Romero himself. How cool is that. Below, you’ll be able to find out all of the cool info on guests, times, and bands playing this year at the Festival. Enjoy and see you there.

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Jana B. Here,

 

Sundance 2014

 

There are some names that you instantly recognize if you’re a student of film, or just obsessed with it, like me. Quentin Tarantino, Kevin Smith, Steven Soderbergh are just a few. What do these names have in common? Sundance. Filmmakers converge on the famous Indie film festival in Park City, Utah, for the chance to move from someone making movies with your buddies to being paid to employ some of the best actors in the industry. Dreams come true and some leave in deafeat, yeah that was way too schmaltzy. From January 16-26 the world of entertainment turns its discerning and collective eye to more than 120 feature length submissions.

 

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Hi, Bryan Here….

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I never thought I’d write this sentence, but Arnold Schwarzenegger is currently in talks to star in the reboot of Troma’sToxic Avenger’ film. This project will be introduced to potential buys at Cannes this year of all places. I didn’t think Cannes would take any Troma film. But it looks like this re-imaging of ‘Toxic Avenger‘ will be a big budget project. Steve Pink is taking the reins of the film. Pink directed ‘Hot Tub Time Machine‘ and will direct the sequel. This is odd, but amazing news.

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Hi, Bryan Here…

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I’m very excited that they are making a sequel to ‘V/H/S’.  I really liked the first one, which you can read my review of it HERE.  I’m so jealous that this sequel will premiere at Sundance this week and I won’t be there.  This teaser trailer is a big tease, but we do see some pretty creepy stuff happen, and just like the first film, it will be an anthology movie with several different segments directed by famous horror directors.

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Hi, Bryan Here….

On time today, folks.  It feels good.  There is so much this week, it is getting insane, and September is only going to get better or worse depending on how you look it at.  I hope all of you have a safe and fun holiday weekend, and let us know which blurays you plan on watching.  Anywho, let’s jump right in and get to all the goodies.  As usual in this article, you will get some info about the disc and the extras that come with the movie as well as a personal opinion about the movie and a picture-link to purchase the film over at AMAZON where you can save quite a bit of money, and it will give a small percentage kick back to this site so we can continue bringing you excellent stories and bizarre tales. So click on the pictures and start saving.

Enjoy and Here We Go!!

 

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Hi Bryan Here…

Recently, Guillermo’s huge epic film, “At The Mountains Of Madness”  he has been wanting to make was pulled by Guillermo at Universal for reasons that the studio wanted the film to be a PG-13, when Guillermo wanted the film to be an “R” rating.  The film was going to have a $150 million dollar  budget and have an “R” rating.

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Hi Bryan Here…

Now you all know I love monster movies.  All monster movies.  There is just something about the magical world and the possibilities and different survival scenarios in monster movies that just takes me to that next level.  In most of the survival monster movies I have seen, I usually spend the next couple of days realizing my own survival plans and my “what if” scenarios if the film became a reality.  What I would do differently than the characters in the film.  That sort of thing.  I can tell you this though.  This film, “Monsters” is one of the better monster movies to come out in quite some time.  It is deeper, more suspenseful, and scarier than most monster films I have ever seen.

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