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Exclusive clip from Indigenous sits down next to the bonfire

It's nice to see that the spooky campfire scene is still alive and well. A staple of slasher movies in the 80s, there's still something very quaint and enjoyable about a sequence where all the young victims-to-be huddle around a fire and ponder a local legend - the one that'll soon be the killing the shit out of them. Such a sequence occurs in INDIGENOUS , an upcoming creature...
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12.04.2015
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Creature feature Indigenous hits VOD on December 8th

We haven't heard anything about director Alastair Orr's film INDIGENOUS  for a while, not since it was playing at the Tribeca and Cannes film festivals in 2014. We have received an update on the film now, though, and it's a type of news I always like to hear: a release date announcement. Momentum Pictures is set to release INDIGENOUS on VOD on December 8th....
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Cannes poster for Alastair Orr's creature feature Indigenous

Last month we brought you the trailer for Alastair Orr's found footage creature feature INDIGENOUS, a nasty-looking lil film that pits a group of vacationing friends against a blood-thirsty Chupacabra. Sounds like fun, right? Well, today we have your look at the Cannes poster art that warns that ' There Are Some Places You Should Never Visit '. I'll take their word for...
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05.13.2014
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Trailer for Alastair Orr's creature feature Indigenous

There’s a little found-footage creature feature by the name of INDIGENOUS making its way to the Midnight section of the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival this year and we’ve got a trailer right here that puts the monster—a blood-sucking Chupacabra—on display. This movie looks awesome. If you can look past the fact that this is yet another found-footage flick then...
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04.11.2014
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Tribeca Film Festival announces Midnight Program, including Zombeavers

What do alien invaders and chupacabras have in common with a sword-wielding maniac and the ghost of a turn-of-the-century murderer? They can all be found in Tribeca’s 2014 Midnight program, a collection of this year’s most boundary-pushing genre films from around the globe. Too terrifying, strange, or downright hilarious for daylight hours, these seven films wear their Midnight Movie...
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03.06.2014
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