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Horror Highlights: Pixel Elixir’s Glow-in-the-Dark Pumpkin Ale Enamel Pins, Dark Harbor, Murder Made Easy

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Drinkers and non-drinkers of pumpkin ale—or just beer in general—may be happy to know that Pixel Elixir has brewed up four pumpkin ale glow-in-the-dark enamel pins. Also in today's Horror Highlights: Dark Harbor trailer and Murder Made Easy VOD release details.

A Look at Pixel Elixir's Glow-in-the-Dark Pumpkin Ale Enamel Pins: "If you love pumpkin beer, Halloween, Oktoberfest, or just beer, in general, like us, this pin's for you. 1.5" tall, black nickel-plated soft enamel with glitter foam and a glow in the dark jack o' lantern face! Comes with dual rubber clutches on a glossy backer card. Also features a shiny epoxy coating for extra protection. Prost!

Ships in a weatherproof poly mailer."

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Dark Harbor Trailer and Premiere Details: "Aps Films has released the first trailer and stills from director Joe Raffa's unsettling thriller Dark Harbor.
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Trust No One in this Trailer for Murder Made Easy!

Tagline: "6 Guests, 6 Meals, 6 Murders." Murder Made Easy is the latest film to be released by genre distributor Terror Films. This title focuses on a group of friends and a fancy dinner. When the guests show-up, a murder takes place and everyone is a suspect. Described as an Agatha Christie-esque horror film, Murder Made Easy is currently playing on a few Digital platforms, with more set to show the film this week. As well, this title stars: Christopher Soren Kelly (Infinity Chamber), Jessica Graham (The Tangle), Emilia Richeson, Edmund Lupinski and a few others. The film's trailer has just been released and can be found below. This whodunnit shows guests arriving at the dinner, in the trailer. Their is a bit of bickering as guests take their place. And then, one guest succumbs to the wine, while no one seems eager to help. Then, the characters' motivations are revealed, in this murder mystery.
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Bigfoot Is Out For Blood In Trailer For Hoax

The hunt for the legendary Bigfoot continues to inspire filmmakers and storytellers and we’ve got a trailer for a new film for you to check out today called Hoax.

The film follows a team who travels “deep into the wilderness after a group of young campers are viciously murdered and linked to Bigfoot. The highly specialized crew search for evidence and fight to survive the powerful beast. If they work together they may live to prove the existence of bigfoot, but what they discover may be more unexpected and dangerous than anything they could have imagined.”

Bigfoot is out for blood, though, and primed to kill anyone who comes after him. The horror film actually looks like it could be pretty brutal. This could end up being a surprisingly good film!

The cast includes Adrienne Barbeau, Brian Thompson, Ben Browder, Cheryl Texiera, Shoshana Bush, Hutch Dano, Matt Reidy, Anthony Ray Parker,
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Bigfoot horror Hoax gets a poster and trailer

Ahead of its home entertainment release next month, a poster and trailer have arrived online for Epic Pictures and Dread’s upcoming horror Hoax. Directed by Matt Allen, the film sees a specialised investigative team travel into the Colorado wilderness in search of evidence after a group of young campers may have been murdered by Bigfoot; check them out here…

An investigative team travels deep into the remote Colorado wilderness after a group of young campers are viciously murdered by what may be Bigfoot. While the highly specialized crew searches for evidence, they find themselves in a fight for survival against the legendary beast. What they encounter turns out to be more unexpected and dangerous than anything they could have ever imagined.

Hoax is set for release on August 20th and features a cast that includes Adrienne Barbeau (Argo), Brian Thompson (Joe Dirt), Ben Browder (Stargate Sg-1), Cheryl Texiera (Girl Meets World
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Horror Highlights: Hoax, For We Are Many, Blood On Her Name, Medias Res

Hoax―from Epic Pictures and Dread―follows campers running for their lives from the infamous Bigfoot. Check out the trailer for Hoax before the film's release on August 20th. Also in today's Horror Highlights: details on For We are Many, Blood on Her Name, and Medias Res.

Hoax Release Details and Trailer: "Epic Pictures and Dread have got some Big news for you... Take a look at the brand new poster and trailer for the much anticipated, Hoax, releasing August 20th!

An investigative team travels deep into the remote Colorado wilderness after a group of young campers is viciously murdered by what maybe Bigfoot. While the highly specialized crew searches for evidence, they find themselves in a fight for survival against the legendary beast. What they encounter turns out to be more unexpected and dangerous than anything they could have ever imagined.

Directed & co-written by Matt Allen, co-written by Scott Park,
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Bigfoot Reigns in First Trailer for Horror 'Hoax' Directed by Matt Allen

"There's something moving, I don't know what it is!" Epic Pictures has unveiled an official trailer for the "this summer's biggest horror film" titled Hoax, another new bigfoot horror movie that looks quite gnarly. The film is about an investigative team that travels deep into the wilderness after a group of young campers are viciously murdered and linked to Bigfoot. If they work together they may live to prove the existence of Bigfoot, but what they discover may be more unexpected & dangerous than anything they could've imagined. Scary. The main ensemble cast includes Adrienne Barbeau, Brian Thompson, Ben Browder, Cheryl Texiera, Shoshana Bush, Hutch Dano, Matt Reidy, Anthony Ray Parker, Christopher Soren Kelly, Ryan Lee, Max Decker, Brian Landis Folkins, Karen Slack, & Shawn Rickel. This actually looks surprisingly quite epic, like they're trying to pull off making Predator for Bigfoot on an indie budget. Here's the first official trailer (+ two posters) for Matt Allen's Hoax,
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Horror Highlights: Micheline Pitt on Collection Complete, Murder Made Easy Blu-ray, Clownado, Q&A with The Intruder Composer Geoff Zanelli

With The Bride turning 84 this year, the latest episode of Gemr's Collection Complete series explores the female creature and her iconic look, and we also have details on Gemr's Bride of Frankenstein giveaway. Also in today's Horror Highlights: Murder Made Easy Blu-ray and Clownado release details, as well as a Q&A with composer Geoff Zanelli from The Intruder.

Collection Complete Series Details and Giveaway: "As a little kid, she was the first female monster I’d ever seen, and I wanted to be her,” says artist Micheline Pitt on the 84th anniversary of the 1935 film Bride of Frankenstein’s titular character, “and when I got older, I actually met (makeup effects artist) Rick Baker, and he asked me if I’d be interested in working with him on a project where he would make me into his own version of her.”

Unearthed by the docu-series Collection Complete, the show
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Infinity Chamber: exploring an underrated indie sci-fi gem

Ryan Lambie Jan 16, 2018

It’s claustrophic and keeps you guessing from beginning to end. We take a look at the superb indie sci-fi flick, Infinity Chamber...

When astronaut Dave Bowman engaged in his battle of wits with the malfunctioning Hal-9000 in Stanley Kubrick’s seminal 2001: A Space Odyssey, the whole notion of humans interacting with computers on a mundane, conversational level was still in the realm of science fiction. Fifty years on from 2001’s release, and the film’s depiction of regular flights into space now looks more than a little far off the mark; its notion of an intimate relationship between humans and machines, on the other hand, still seems accurate.

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The kind of artificial intelligence displayed by Hal hasn’t appeared yet, but computers are now such an intrinsic
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Travis Milloy's Infinity Chamber is on Netflix Now (Canada)!

Tagline: "Justice is Automated. Your Fate is Secure." Previously titled Somnio, Infinity Chamber has just released on Netflix, in Canada (Jan. 1st). The film stars Christopher Soren Kelly and Cassandra Clark. Infinity Chamber is set in a sci-fi world, in which a man is trapped in an automated prison. He must outsmart the artificial intelligence if he wants to be free, again. Positively reviewed here: Infinity Chamber Review (as Somnio), a look at the film's Netflix debut is available now. Director Travis Milloy (Pandorum, 2009) has talked about Infinity Chamber, in a number of interviews. He says of the film's story: "It’s the story of one man thrown into an automated prison to be interrogated and kept alive by machines. Suspecting the world may have come to an end, he searches for escape back to a world that may already be gone (ThatMomentIn)." A sci-fi thriller, Infinity Chamber offers a few surprises,
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Infinity Chamber Exclusive Clip Highlights Christopher Soren Kelly Trying to Escape From an Automated Prison

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Infinity Chamber Exclusive Clip Highlights Christopher Soren Kelly Trying to Escape From an Automated Prison
Wrongfully imprisoned inmates are often driven to outwit their captors and escape back into to the outside world. Actor Christopher Soren Kelly’s protagonist is doing just that in the new sci-fi movie, ‘Infinity Chamber. In honor of the drama, which is currently already playing in select theaters, also being released today on VOD, Digital HD […]

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Smt Thursday Trailers: ‘Shape of Water’ Redband and ‘Infinity Chamber’

(Aotn) “The Shape of Water” Redband is here on Smt! And not only is Guillermo Del Toro’s Latest and Greatest ready to go, so is Lotus Entertainment’s “Infinity Chamber”!

Check the out the Oscar buzz-worthy “The Shape of Water’s” Redband trailer here and now (Warning: Language Advisory):

From master story teller, Guillermo del Toro, comes The Shape Of Water – an other-worldly fairy tale, set against the backdrop of Cold War era America circa 1962. In the hidden high-security government laboratory where she works, lonely Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is trapped in a life of isolation. Elisa’s life is changed forever when she and co-worker Zelda (Octavia Spencer) discover a secret classified experiment. Rounding out the cast are Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, Michael Stuhlbarg and Doug Jones. Directed by: Guillermo del Toro Screenplay by: Guillermo del Toro & Vanessa Taylor Story by: Guillermo del Toro Produced by: Guillermo del Toro,
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All Doors Are Closed and All Memories are False in this First Trailer for Sci-fi Thriller Infinity Chamber

Tagline: "Justice is Automated. Your Fate is Secure." Travis Milloy's (Pandorum, 2009) Somnio was recently renamed to Infinity Chamber. This sci-fi thriller was completed in 2016 and shown in London. This year, the film will have theatrical showings in Los Angeles, this September. As well, XLRator Media is getting set to show the film through Video-on-demand, in September, also. This title deals with a prisoner. Frank's (Christopher Soren Kelly) only interactions are with an automated security camera. The days turn into weeks as Frank struggles to find any way out of his confinement. Now, a trailer is available for Infinity Chamber! Viewers might notice that 28Dla gets a mention, in the clip. This film was reviewed here, as Somnio: An Infinity Chamber Review (as Somnio) on 28Dla. Other early reviewers are also mentioned. Meanwhile, the trailer shows some of Frank's memories. A coffee shop is shown and a barista. Not much later,
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The All Seeing Eye Knows Everything in Travis Milloy's Infinity Chamber: Official Artwork

Tagline: "Justice is Automated. Your Fate is Secure." Travis Milloy's (Pandorum, 2009) Somnio has been renamed to Infinity Chamber. This title has been scheduled, by distributor XLRator Media, for a September release. The film is character focused. And, Infinity Chamber involves themes of surveillance and government intrusion. A review for this title was posted here: An Infinity Chamber Review on 28Dla (as Somnio). Now, the film's official release artwork is hosted here. The graphic shows central character Frank, played by Christopher Soren Kelly. He is thought to be a rebel and imprisoned in an underground facility. His only interaction is with the camera, shown in the film poster and another off-screen character. Reality is altered as Frank's memory is probed for sedition. The setting is austere, much like the movie poster. Finally, this poster captures the imprisoning nature of Infinity Chamber. Infinity Chamber is a blend of horror and sci-fi.
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Poster Premiere For Sci-Fi Flick Infinity Chamber

Travis Milloy's sci-fi flick Infinity Chamber (formerly Somnio) will be in U.S. cinemas on September 15, 2017 and available on iTunes and VOD on September 26, 2017. Screen Anarchy has your first looks at the poster for the flick so you know what to look for this Fall in theatres or online.    Christopher Soren Kelly (Ink) and Cassandra Clark (Englishman in L.A.) star. XLrator Media is handling the North American release.     Trapped in a futuristic automated prison and subjected to relentless computer interrogation, a wrongfully imprisoned man must outwit his captors and escape to the outside world that may already be wiped out. Fans of cerebral science fiction will savor this haunting dystopian vision evoking Philip K. Dick and George Orwell. ...

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Living in a Dream with Travis Milloy's Somnio: A Film Review

*an online screener of this film was provided by producer Laurie Sheldon. Director/writer: Travis Milloy. Cast: Christopher Soren Kelly and Cassandra Clark. The Latin word Somnio can be defined as looking into a dream. And, much of Travis Milloy's (Pandorum) first feature, Somnio, is somewhat like that of a daydream, but more of a nightmare. One protagonist is forced to relive a sequence of events, over and over again. Smallish in nature, this film is also a bit of mystery. Is the central character, Frank (Christopher Soren Kelly), guilty of governmental transgressions? Or, has he been wrongly imprisoned? Milloy's script will keep you guessing until the end as themes of surveillance and the over-reliance on tech' weave their way into the narrative. Somnio is a decent indie entry into the science fiction and mystery genres. There are a number of differences between indie titles and major productions. Major
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Ink's Orphic Tragedies: A Movie Review

Director/writer: Jamin Winans.

Cast: Christopher Soren Kelly, Quinn Hunchar and Jessica Duffy.

Ink is one of those stylish movies that succeed in breathing life to the stuff of daydreams and nightmares. Not only can this be viewed time and time again to enjoy, but also it can speak to those who love to explore the meaning of what goes on with the subconscious mind. Sometimes, the images a person receives in that state is a dark metaphor for life untamed, and it has a style that both Neil Gaiman (The Sandman) and Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy) can appreciate.

With denizens from the underworld looking like well dressed ghosts donning white sunglasses, they come through as genuinely creepy. These dark lords of the Dreamtime are Incubi (with no relation to the creatures in folklore) and they are a stark contrast to the guardians of hope, better known as the Storytellers.
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Ink: an overlooked fantasy gem

Released in 2009, Ink is an indie fantasy whose intricate story and unique visuals belie its tiny budget. Ryan takes a closer look at an overlooked gem…

Filmmaking history is full of stories about writers and directors who’ve gained lots of adulation from their first feature. Films such as Another Earth and Monsters have deserved every glowing review thrown their way, and their directors (respectively, Mike Cahill and Gareth Edwards) will no doubt go on to achieve similarly great things.

There’s an inevitable flipside to those Cinderella-like success stories, though, which brings us to the 2009 sci-fi fantasy, Ink. Shot for just $250,000, what writer and director editor and distributor Jamin Winans, along with his executive producer wife Kiowa, have achieved is remarkable. And yet, in spite of its obvious quality, it was overlooked by major Hollywood studios, was barely distributed in Us cinemas, and went straight to DVD and Blu-ray in the UK.
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Sci-fi fantasy Ink: Review

Director: Jamin Winans. Review: Adam Wing. It’s hardly surprising that I’d never heard of Jamin Winans’ mind-bending sci-fi thriller before it dropped through my letterbox, Ink’s birth was anything but typical. None of the big studios picked up the film for theatrical and home distribution in the Us, so Double Edge Films pitched the movie directly to independent cinemas, DVD, Blu-ray and online distribution by themselves. It was a move that worked, because Ink became one of the most downloaded movies on file sharing torrent sites - 400,000 times in a single week - exposing the film to a much larger audience. The UK release is brought to you by 4 Digital Media. Prepare yourself for alternate timelines and dreamlike sensibilities, because if the film achieves nothing else, Ink will at least twist your perception of reality. John (Chris Kelly) is a businessman in a hurry to get to his car,
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DVD Review: Ink

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Stars: Christopher Soren Kelly, Quinn Hunchar, Jessica Duffy | Written and Directed by Jamin Winans

Made for $250,000 and already boasting 1.6 million hits on YouTube, the independently produced fantasy thriller Ink tells the story of a father and daughter who… to hell with that, I’m not going to spoil the film for Anyone, Ink is one film that needs to be seen completely cold so that you can decide just exactly what the film is all about. What I will say is that the film is, in essence, a story of good vs. evil, or light vs. dark and sees two factions of “dreammakers” warring for humanity’s souls as they sleep – the light delivering good dreams, the dark delivering nightmares. But that is just the start.

Ink is one of those rare movies that defies true explanation, offering as it does so many interpretations. The nearest movie you could
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Intrigued by Ink

If you haven’t already taken a look at Ink, the Indie film brought to us by Double Edge Films, then now is the time.

Telling the story of a little girl who is caught in a sort of metaphysical battle between good and evil. In a world where “Storytellers” come to us in our dreams, a young girl and her father are sucked into an incredible dream-world battle for their souls.

And now, two trailers for your viewing pleasure… perhaps you will be as intrigued as I am.

This breakout film, written and directed by Jamin Winans, stars Quinn Hunchar as 8-year-old Emma Sullivan, Chris Kelly as her damaged father while the “Storytellers” are played by of Jessica Duffy, eremy Make, Jennifer Batter, Eme Ikwuakor and Shelby Malone.

If you take a quick trip over to the movie’s IMDb page you can see everyone’s comments and quite
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