SYFY Films Releases ‘REALIVE’

In Theaters September 29 and on VOD and Digital HD October 3

Syfy Films today announces the release of the upcoming sci-fi film REALIVE, in theaters on September 29 and on VOD and Digital HD on October 3.  The film is written and directed by Mateo Gil (“Vanilla Sky,” “The Sea Inside”). The cast includes Tom Hughes (“About Time,” “London Town”), Charlotte Le Bon (“The Walk,” “The Hundred-Foot Journey”), Oona Chaplin (“Taboo,” “Game of Thrones”) and Barry Ward (“The Fall,” “The Journey,”). REALIVE premiered at the 2016 Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal followed by official selections of the FrightFest Film Festival in the U.K. and Sitges International Film Festival in Spain.

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RLJE FILMS ACQUIRES “THE HOUSES OCTOBER BUILT 2”

                  Film Set to Release in Theaters and On Demand in September 2017

LJE Films, a brand of RLJ Entertainment (NASDAQ: RLJE), has acquired all North American rights to the horror movie THE HOUSES OCTOBER BULT 2.   A sequel to the 2014 hit film with the same name, THE HOUSES OCTOBER BUILT 2 was written by Zack Andrews & Bobby Roe and was directed by Bobby Roe (The Houses October Built).  The ensemble cast from the first film: Brandy Schaefer, Zack Andrews, Mikey Roe, Bobby Roe, and Jeff Larson all return.

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LEVEL 33 ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF GRANNY OF THE DEAD!

GRANNY OF THE DEAD 

 NEW HORROR MOVIE BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE DIRECTOR OF SHARKNADO

Level 33 Entertainment announced today the official release of award-winning horror film GRANNY OF THE DEAD in the United States and Canada.  The film stars Marcus Carroll (Monstrum), Abigail Hamilton (The HatchingLet’s Be Frank), Oliver Ferriman (“Torchwood”), William Huw (Ferris & The Fancy Pigeon), and Sabrina Dickens (Is This Now, Cruel Summer). GRANNY OF THE DEAD hits select theaters and all On Demand platforms including Amazon, DISH, iTunes, Google Play, Microsoft, Verizon FIOS and VUDU beginning on July 14, 2017.

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Review – Killing Ground (2017) Edinburgh Film Festival

by Old King Clancy

I’m gonna take some cues from Walter White and tread lightly on this review, part of what makes Killing Ground so great is how it utilizes a unique narrative technique in order to tell its story. In doing so, allow itself to hit some really disturbing and sickening moments that other horror films wouldn’t go near. This is gonna be a must for genre fans, but go in blind to get the full effect of what the film wants to put you through.

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