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10 Reasons Why You Should Watch Altered Carbon

10 Reasons Why You Should Watch Altered Carbon

I’m hooked on the Netflix sci-fi series Altered Carbon. I’m trying to watch more sci-fi and find myself preferring ‘soft’ sci-fi, where the world isn’t too far removed from our own. The premise of Altered Carbon is simple: how would humans cope with immortality? It’s ‘hard’ sci-fi, but I decided to give it a go…

“No body lives forever.”

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Terror Films Acquires Pandemic Thriller A KNIGHT’S TOUR for Digital Release This May

Terror Films Acquires Pandemic Thriller A KNIGHT’S TOUR for Digital Release in May

Indie genre distributor Terror Films has acquired the worldwide rights to Marvin Choi’s feature debut, A Knight’s Tour. In a post-apocalyptic world, J.D. is a young drifter suffering from an injury. Soon, J.D. finds himself at a secluded cabin occupied by Henry, a detached hermit. After their initial suspicions subside, these two strangers begin to form a friendship over a game of chess. When Henry discovers a notebook in J.D.’s backpack highlighting various locations that are now crossed off, Henry begins to question J.D.’s true intentions.

“The wrong move could be deadly.”

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★★★ Local Boogeyman Proudly Endorses GODZILLA for President ★★★

Local Boogeyman Proudly Endorses Godzilla for President

★★★ Your Local Boogeyman proudly endorses Godzilla, King of the Monsters for President! ★★★

Support the presidential campaign of this incredible, unstoppable titan of terror with a monstrous t-shirt!

“Civilization crumbles as its death rays blast a city of 6 million from the face of the earth!”

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Fright-Rags Breaks New Ground with TREMORS, DAY OF THE DEAD, AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON & THE EVIL DEAD/EVIL DEAD 2 Apparel

Fright-Rags Breaks New Ground with TREMORS, DAY OF THE DEAD, AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON & THE EVIL DEAD/EVIL DEAD 2 Apparel

They say there’s nothing new under the sun. Well, Fright-Rags is gonna kick your ass with Tremors, Day of the Dead, An American Werewolf in London, The Evil Dead, and Evil Dead 2 apparel.

“They say there’s nothing new under the sun. But under the ground…”

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The Films That Made Me: Donnie Darko (2001, USA)

The Films That Made Me: Donnie Darko (2001, USA)

Donnie Darko has been firmly entrenched in my favourite top ten films since it first hit cinema screens in 2001. I re-watch it every year or two, and it never fails to engage. If you’re expecting me to explain the movie, I’m afraid that I’m just as unlikely to do so as writer/director Richard Kelly. Besides, you know you don’t really want me to, because if I did explain what every twist in the film means and how it all fits together, the movie wouldn’t intrigue you half as much. No-one really wants to see inside the workings of a cuckoo clock, they just want to see the strange little bird pop out.

“Dark. Darker. Darko.”

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HorrorPack April 2020 Horror Movie Subscription Box

HorrorPack April 2020 Horror Movie Subscription Box

HorrorPack is a Blu-ray/DVD horror movie subscription box, curated by a panel of horror movie filmmakers and genre fans. Each month, HorrorPack will ship four mystery Blu-ray or DVD discs to your doorstep; including limited edition discs exclusive to HorrorPack.

“Not all the evil is on Elm Street…”

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“Alamo-At-Home” Presents The Original TIGER KING: The Utterly Bonkers Thriller ROAR

“Alamo-At-Home” Presents The Original TIGER KING: The Utterly Bonkers Thriller ROAR

As the nation revels in the insanity of Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, the cult classic “most dangerous movie ever made” starring Tippi Hedren, Melanie Griffith, and hundreds of tigers and lions returns for a limited virtual cinema run.

“There’s never been a film like Roar – and there never will be again!”

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The Howling II Triple Threat: 1979 Book vs. 1985 Film vs. 2017 Comic Book

The Howling II Triple Threat: 1979 Book vs. 1985 Film vs. 2017 Comic Book

The Howling is rightly seen as one of the best werewolf novels and one of the best eighties’ horror film adaptations. However, it also spawned a series of sequels which have awful review scores, and just a few years ago another sequel to the original film was published in the comic book format. But, how does the comic book series compare to one of the strangest and most disappointing sequels ever made? And what about the novel?

“The rocking, shocking, new wave of horror!”

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Let the Corpses Tan (2017, France / Belgium) Review

Let the Corpses Tan (2017, France / Belgium) Review

Having gathered a cult following after pastiches of lurid European giallos in their first two features, in their 2017 film Let the Corpses Tan, Belgian duo Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani pay tribute to the violent European crime thrillers of the 1970s. Cattet and Forzani make it clear from the outset that this is a splatter film – in the opening scene, in an array of disorienting closeups – imperious, cigar-smoking, ‘artist’ Luce (Elina Löwensohn) insists on her acolytes firing a series of bullets into a canvas she has splashed with messy splodges of colour.

“Now, we have to kill ’em all!”

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A Fan’s Dream Turns to Violence in Indican Pictures’ Professional Wrestling Indie Thriller POWERBOMB on DVD and Digital Platforms April 14th!

A Fan's Dream Turns to Violence in Indican Pictures' Professional Wrestling Indie Thriller POWERBOMB on DVD and Digital Platforms April 14th!

Powerbomb is an indie horror/thriller focusing on a professional wrestling circuit, in which one fan wants to be part of the action but takes things too far… The story of a wrestler on the verge of breaking into the big time, but after years of struggling, contemplates leaving it all behind to spend more time with his family. When our wrestler’s biggest fan hears the news, he decides to take matters into his own hands to ensure that his champion gets to the top by any means necessary including extortion, kidnapping and even murder… Now, reality must face fantasy – in a true test of wills.

“Lights out.”

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The Films That Made Me: Rear Window (1954, USA)

The Films That Made Me: Rear Window (1954, USA)

Rear Window was the movie that introduced the young Ren to the perverse genius of Alfred Hitchcock. I remember as a child, being irresistibly drawn into the voyeuristic position of his protagonist and fascinated by the goings-on in the windows he was observing. Hitchcock claimed not to care about the subject, morality or message in his movies, but only about the manner in which his stories were told, but his attraction to the psychological was one of his most obvious storytelling strengths.

“Through his rear window and the eye of his powerful camera he watched a great city tell on itself, expose its cheating ways…and murder!”

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Indican Pictures’ Slasher Feature THE LURKER to Debut on DVD and Digital Platforms April 14th!

Indican Pictures' Slasher Feature THE LURKER to Debut on DVD and Digital Platforms April 14th!

Influenced by the golden era of slasher films, Eric Liberacki’s The Lurker is set for pre-orders this March and will debut on April 14th 2020 – on both DVD and Digital platforms from Indican Pictures.

The Lurker follows several high-schoolers as they prepare their final performance of Romeo and Juliet, unaware that a killer lurks in the shadows… As students and faculty die at the hands of a savage killer, it’s a race against time for the cast to find the killer and escape with their lives…

“It’s going to be a deathly performance.”

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