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Movie Review: Bliss
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Bliss poster banner directed by Joe Begos

Bliss
Written, directed, produced by Joe Begos
Cast: Starring Dora Madison, Tru Collins, Jeremy Gardner, George Wendt, and Rhys Wakefield
Dark Sky Films
Runtime: 79 minutes
Release date: September 27, 2019

The story of struggling artists turning to drugs for breakthroughs is not exactly a new idea both in reality and in fiction. But I can guarantee no one has ever seen anything like Bliss, a grisly new horror film from Joe Begos (The Mind’s Eye). Coming to theaters and VOD on Friday, September 27th, Bliss is a brutal and gory film, featuring what will surely be a career-making performance from Dora Madison and providing a much-needed twist in a classic horror subgenre.

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Official Trailer For ‘Girl On The Third Floor’ Starring CM Punk Released
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Girl on the Third Floor Movie

Dark Sky Films has released an official trailer for Girl on the Third Floor, an upcoming horror flick starring Phil Brooks, who is better known as CM Punk from his wrestling days. Trieste Kelly Dunn, Sarah Brooks, Elissa Dowling, Karen Woditsch, Travis Delgado, Marshall Bean, and Anish Jethmalani also star.

The movie is the feature directorial debut of Travis Stevens, who has worked primarily as a producer on titles like Cheap Thrills, Jodorowsky’s Dune, Starry Eyes, We Are Still Here, XX, and Big Ass Spider! The movie is based on a story by Paul Johnstone and Ben Parker, with Stevens penning the screenplay.

Click on over to the other side for more info on Girl on the Third Floor and to check out the trailer.

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Official Trailer For ‘Hatchet’ Sequel ‘Victor Crowley’ Released
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Back in August we saw a teaser trailer for the fourth installment of the slasher franchise Hatchet, which is titled Victor Crowley, named for the disfigured protagonist of the movies who wreaks bloody havoc on those who venture too near to where he resides in the swamps of Louisiana.

Now Dark Sky Films has released an official trailer for Victor Crowley. Click on over to the other side for more on the movie and to check out the new trailer and a poster.

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‘Victor Crowley’: Watch The Teaser Trailer For Adam Green’s Fourth ‘Hatchet’ Film
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Victor Crowley Hatchet 4

Back in 2006 director Adam Green made an homage to ’80s slasher horror with Hatchet, in the process creating a new unstoppable monster, Victor Crowley. A combination of Jason Voorhees and Cropsey from The Burning (1981), Crowley is a 7-foot giant with a noticeable scar on his face from the titular weapon who lives and hunts the bayous of New Orleans. He is played by the legendary Kane Hodder, famous for playing Jason in Friday the 13th Parts 7 – 10. Hodder returned to the swamp for Hatchet II (2010) and Hatchet III (2013) and last week in Los Angeles, Green held a surprise screening for the latest installment in the Hatchet franchise, titled Victor Crowley.

Check out the teaser trailer here below from Dark Sky Films for Victor Crowley.

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Trailer For Zombie Flick ‘It Stains The Sands Red’ Released
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It Stains the Sands Red

Dark Sky Films has released an official trailer for It Stains the Sands Red, an upcoming zombie flick from Colin Minihan and Stuart Ortiz, better known as The Vicious Brothers, the duo behind the indie horror Grave Encounters.

In the movie a girl (played by Brittany Allen) from Las Vegas becomes stranded in the desert with a bloodthirsty zombie (Juan Riedinger) relentlessly pursuing her.

You can read more about the movie and watch the trailer below.

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Streaming Review: Starry Eyes
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 Starry Eyes 2

Starry Eyes
Netflix | Amazon Instant | Blu-ray | DVD
Directed by Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch
Written by Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch
Starring Alex Essoe, Amanda Fuller, Fabianne Therese, Noah Segan, Natalie Castillo, Pat Healy, Marc Senter, Maria Olsen, Lou Dezseran
Dark Sky Films
Not Rated | 98 Minutes
Release Date: March 8th, 2014 at the South by Southwest (SXSW)

What would you do for fame and fortune? Aspiring young actors face this question on a daily basis. Would you surrender your pride, your inhibitions, your body? Yeah, would you do THAT with a producer for a big break? At first, natural reaction is to be appalled and disgusted. But… after a few minutes thought, imagine the life in the lap of luxury — the glitter, the gold, the cameras. Maybe it would be worth it. An hour of degradation and humiliation for a lifetime of glamour. It’s like selling one’s soul. Or in the case of Sarah Walker, it’s literally like selling your soul.

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Blu-ray Review: Hatchet III – Unrated Director’s Cut
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Hatchet IIIHatchet III
Unrated Director’s Cut
Blu-ray | DVD
Directed by BJ McDonnell
Starring Danielle Harris, Zach Galligan, Caroline Williams
Dark Sky Films
Release Date: August 13, 2013

The latest installment of Adam Green‘s extra-bloody slasher movie saga Hatchet III has arrived in full force on Blu-ray, but unlike the first two movies, Green did not direct this one. He both wrote and produced the new movie, but decided prior to filming to hand directing duties off to newcomer BJ McDonnell – Green’s cinematographer on the first two Hatchet movies. When the original premiered on the film festival circuit in late 2006 and arrived briefly in theaters and on home video a year later, horror fans who had long been swamped by turgid remakes and watered-down PG-13 studio offerings lapped up every drop of crimson grue dripping from its celluloid frames. Though far, far from being a box office success, Hatchet‘s explosive popularity with fans warranted the requisite sequel.

Arriving almost five years later and with little of the fanfare that greeted the original when it debuted, Hatchet II briefly wormed its way into the national mindset once the news broke that it had been pulled from most theater chains due its being released without an MPAA rating. The seemingly manufactured controversy (which reminded me of the mild uproar over homophobic slurs used in Eli Roth’s first Hostel movie that was kept alive on the letters page of Fangoria for a brief period in 2006 mostly through the efforts of the director himself) couldn’t help Hatchet II build a fraction of the cult following earned by its predecessor and overall audience reaction was unimpressive. However, it did well enough for a prospective third movie to get the green light, which brings us to the present day and Hatchet III.

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