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Indie thriller Intruder, starring John Robinson, wraps filming

John Robinson, who broke onto the scene when he was discovered by Gus Van Sant for the lead in 2003's ELEPHANT, has just wrapped the psychological thriller INTRUDER, which recently completed filming in Portland, Oregon, according to The Wrap. Veteran production designer Travis Zariwny, who has worked on the films HATCHET III and BEHIND THE MASK: THE RISE OF LESLIE VERNON ,...
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06.28.2013
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Freddie Stroma to encounter The Visitors for The Vicious Brothers

Who doesn't love a good darker-themed alien flick? I know I'm a sucker for 'em! It looks like we have another one coming our way that we'll be keeping a close eye on as The Vicious Brothers (who brought us GRAVE ENCOUNTERS and its sequel ) will be bringing us another encounter...only of the third kind this time! Deadline is reporting that HARRY POTTER actor...
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06.21.2013
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Bloody Homecoming coming home to DVD; new stills

It's been quite some time since we've heard anything from Brian C. Weed's BLOODY HOMECOMING, an old school throwback to the slasher films of the '80's. It was back in August of 2011 when we shared the first still and details from the flick, which we followed up with the teaser trailer in February of 2012 and the first official poster a month later. But since...
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06.18.2013
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Alex Garland will make directorial debut with sci-fi thriller Ex Machina

Alex Garland, top-notch screenwriter of films like 28 DAYS LATER and DREDD , will make his directorial debut on a sci-fi indie backed by mega-producer Scott Rudin (NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN). The film is called EX MACHINA , and it boasts the kind of plot reminiscent an episode of "The Outer Limits". Ex Machina centers on a billionaire programmer who handpicks a young employee to...
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03.19.2013
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Take it back to old school VHS horror with the indie Video Tape Terror

There is just something about DIY backyard horror filmmaking that makes me smile. While the budgets are typically nonexistant, the acting subpar, the special effects laughable, and the camerawork seemingly begging for a tripod shot, every now and again some filmmaker comes up with a halfway decent approach to making their no-budget fright flick work. Today we have a glimpse at Nick...
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02.01.2013
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