Showing posts from January, 2013

Official Trailer – Spartacus: War of the Damned

Extreme Rising Tv Show


Philadelphia, PA -The fans demand a new pro wrestling Television
program that will be a true alternative to what is currently being
offered by the W.W.E. and TNA IMPACT. Extreme Rising comes to
fill a void in pro wrestling. When Extreme Championship Wrestling
closed in 2001, the fans were left with a lack of diverse choices in
pro wrestling programming. ECW was a unique underground subculture
where the misfits of wrestling entertained legions of fans every
week, and the fans contributed to make for one of a kind wrestling
events. Extreme Rising has captured the spirit and diversity of what
ECW was by utilizing the legends of Extreme, as well as the best
unsigned talent in the United States and Mexico. What started as an
"Extreme Reunion" on April 28, 2012 in Philadelphia, has turned into
an Extreme Rising and continues to rise.

With just five live events under their belt in 2012,…


Titan Comics release tie-in comics to the bestselling videogame franchise DmC: Devil May Cry!
Titan Comics is pleased to announce the launch of the DmC: Devil May Cry: The Vergil Chronicles Comic, based on the all-new reimagining of the world-famous Devil May Cry videogame saga. The first of two tie-in comics is available digitally from today, coinciding with the release of new videogame installment, DmC: Devil May Cry. The two issues will hit comic stores in print from May.
The Devil May Cry series has sold over twelve million copies worldwide, spinning off into an animated series, graphic novels, manga, action figures, statuettes, clothing and more. The franchise has also just been picked up for adaptation by Screen Gems, the studio that produced the blockbusting Resident Evil movies.
The first of two comics, released digitally today, takes place before the game DmC: Devil May Cry and reveals the unmissable backsto…

Interview : Jeff Mariotte

Interview : Jeff Mariotte

You have an extensive history in the book/publishing business. Tell us about that.

I do indeed. After college I worked doing maintenance for a shopping mall in San Jose, CA, for three years, during which I made friends with the folks at the great Books Inc. store there. Books Inc. is a great store—it’s a regional chain, based in California (though at one time more widespread, when I was there they had stores in California and Arizona). But it was always privately owned, and each store was given a lot of latitude, so it was essentially a linked collection of independent bookstores, with some of the buying power of a chain. It was a great place to work, and the Books Inc. stores spawned some of the best booksellers in the business. I became paperback buyer there, then was offered the job of manager at the La Jolla store.

The southern CA and AZ stores were called Hunter’s Books, and the flagship store for them was in Beverly Hil…

Molly Crows The Movie


Inspired by a real events, Molly Crows tells the story of a small town in Middle-England being torn apart, because of a wicked act that took place there centuries ago. The lead actor is a seven year old girl who makes her debut in the film. She is supported by a cast of 80 actors including George Newton from Dead Man's Shoes & the multi-award winning film "This is England."

When seven year old Jess and her alcoholic Mother arrive in Haslem, she’s an easy target for the brutal bullying culture. But there’s something different about Jess. She can see and hear things that other people can’t. When Jess is brutalized in a country lane, the ancient spirits of the area appear, angry and full of vengeance. The townspeople take the law into their own hands and commit a terrible act upon an innocent, as brutal an…

They call her Babette Bombshell


Wicked Bird Media Announces A Documentary About New England Horror Community


Production Company Wicked Bird Media Announces A Documentary About New England
Horror Community

Wicked This Way Comes will dissect popular horror genre conventions driven by
New England’s history and discuss the relationship between contemporary horror
and the area.Documentary will feature
notable horror genre luminaries and historically relevant New England locations
and genre-related events.Production
company is raising film funds with a Kickstarter campaign that includes a video
featuring actor Kip Weeks from The Strangers, an infographic about horror in New
England, and backer-exclusive pledge packages:
Mass. -- January 17, 2013
-- Wicked Bird Media, the Boston-based independent production company, today
announced that they are in pre-production
on Something Wicked This Way Comes, a documentary about the horror community in
New England. The film will feature local
directors, actors, fans, and natives disc…

V/H/S Coming Out On VHS In The US!


new poster for the chilling psychological thriller IN FEAR

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There’s Hell to Pay for Cutting Class! - DITCH

Ditch Brings More Mystery and Conflict in this Teaser
“There’s Hell to Pay for Cutting Class!”

Writer Daniel P. Coughlin’s sinister thriller Ditch continues to impress. Coughlin has created a horrifying feature from his script that incorporates an axeman, a ditch party and a score that needs to be settled. Coughlin is best known for his previous horror features, including After Dark’s LakeDead (2007) and Farmhouse (2008) starring Steven Weber. Ditch will continue this writer’s terrifying film run, with a group of high schoolers targeted for revenge!

And, Ditch now has a thrilling teaser trailer. The short clip shows actor Bill Oberst Jr. as Vick, with axe in-hand. Vick’s past is linked with Jenny’s (Katy Foley). Jenny has made a mistake somewhere in her past, one which she knows nothing about. Both characters will collide as Vick desires revenge for this past wrong: “people have to pay for what they do.” Preview this exciting reel in the first teaser trailer for Ditch bel…

House at the End of the Street - Profile on Max Thieriot

Check out his Creepy Hotness in House at the End of the Street
Available Now on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Copy
Ryan might be a little strange in House at the End of the Street but he also is pretty freakin’ hot!In this feature we’ll look back at his appearances in Jumper and Chloe, his upcoming projects and his modelling career with GAP.
Max Thieriot was born in Los Altos Hills, California in 1988. He started acting when he took an improvisation class and was immediately noticed and signed up with an agent. With his good looks and acting talent obvious to all who knew him, Thieriot became a GAP model for a short time and appeared in two short films before starring in his first feature film role alongside Kristen Stewart and Corbin Bleu in Catch That Kid (2004). Always one to keep moving, Max was soon back in the cinema in 2005's The Pacifier (his largest grossing film to date), playing one of the family members protected by a Navy Seal played by Vin Diesel.
His third film, the drama Th…

Evolution of the Apocalypse w/ Bill Oberst Jr.

Bill Oberst Jr. talks about the "DEAD afterlife" screenplay on Evolution of the Apocalypse podcast

Listen here:
Evolution of the Apocalypse Podcast at 43 minutes into the show.

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