Torso, The Entity, Killing Brooke, Jurassic Park
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â€¢ Niiiiice. Blue Underground is releasing Torso on Blu-Ray and DVD on July 26. Sergio Martino’s film will be uncensored and arrive with various special features, including an interview with Martino.
â€¢ Check out the making of the Jurassic Park game with Telltale developers and Dennis Muren!
â€¢ A compilation of teasers for MTV’s Teen Wolf were discovered by FEARnet. The series begins June 5.
â€¢ All is not lost for World War Z. After it was revealed Paramount was seeking extra financing to meet the film’s $150 million price tag, a report followed today that a few potential financiers may be arriving to revive the project.
â€¢ Even though it’s been known Barbara Hershey isn’t keen on talking about The Entity, it appears Devin at Badass Digest used his charm and got the actress to talk a bit about the film.
â€¢ The filmmakers behind the Canadian indie film Killer God pointed us to KillerGodMovie.com to show off their trailer. Click on the link to check it out, synopsis below. It certainly looks unique!
Set in the wilds of a Canadian winter Killer God eerily follows the quest to find three antique Balinese statues that have been cleverly hidden by professor Rufus Elkin, an expert in Indonesian folklore. His fascination for the Balinese occult has caused some concern at the university in Toronto where he teaches and when he dies mysteriously on his isolated snow-covered island, the police are called in to investigate.
With the help of Charlize Elkin, the professorâ€™s granddaughter, the local authorities uncover a mysterious world of revenge and retribution where certain Balinese statues come to life and roam the desolate island to seek revenge against those who have interfered with the sacred, mystical balance of the demon world of Bali.
â€¢ The German trailer for Toxic Lullaby (seen below) now has English subtitles. But, it doesn’t have an embed, so you’ll have to head to this spot.
It’s the story of Eloise, who wakes up in a destroyed, life-threatening world after a bad drug trip. Separated from her friends, she learns to survive in a bizarre reality. The world around her is chaotic. She learns that this situation originated in a financial crisis and the following speculations about the last food recourses – and the complete destruction of the latter. In addition, the use of biological weapons spread a virus among the human species – causing them to become dangerous mutants (sleepers).
In this desperate situation, she joins a group of people, who, like her, are motivated by the longing to flee this nightmare.
â€¢ Dedfest will screen Sam Raimi’s Army of Darkness Friday, April 1 @ 9pm at the Metro Cinema (9828-101A Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta)
â€¢ Taking the bull by the horns, Judson Scott is drumming up interest in his slasher film Hunters. Teaser trailer below, check out some concept art and more right here.
â€¢ Hailing from Massachusetts, the trailer for the indie film Killing Brooke. Visit the official site if you like what you see.
“Killing Brooke” is about a young woman, who on the first day of her honeymoon, finds herself targeted by a killer and then falls into worse troubles when she tries to escape. In addition to me, it stars Colin Allen, Kt Baldassaro, Alex Fandel, Ray Hryb and Dina Baker. Jared Skolnick, director of the award-winning short film The Music of Erich Zann, shot the film on the Canon EOS 7d.
Source: Ryan Turek, Managing Editor