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Saturday, October 16, 2010

Photo's From Red Carpet ScreamFest 2010

Trent Vanegas has posted a few cool shots of some hot stars on the red carpet at Spike TV's ScreamFest 2010.
Retina Wesley....
Nina Dobrev....
Jackson Rathbone and Nikki Reed...
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To catch all his latest treats from ScreamFest 2010 click

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"All About Evil" Spooktacular

All About Evil is finally here! Next week, we will mount four nights of the ultimate evil experience in 4D when we present the San Francisco run at the Victoria Theatre itself! This is the very place the film is set and we are currently prepping, building, and rehearsing for the most ambitious pre-show presentation to date. It will be a fully immersive environmental theatrical experience that truly catapults you into the fourth dimension.
Price: $20
When: Oct 21–24 Daily (8pm)
Where: Victoria Theatre 2961 16th St 415.863.7576

U.K Survival Training Now In Progress....


Currently the guys from 'How To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse' & 'Dr Dale's Zombie & Dictionary' are on tour in the United Kingdom hosting Survival Seminars. Introduced by leading expert in his field and zombology guru, Dr Dale Seslick, the seminars are your one shop, whistle stop tour through the world of zombie survival techniques.


Aided by his dedicated team of specialists from the School of Survival - Judy, Donald & Tristen, you will learn everything you need to know to cope when the undead rise from thier graves and begin eating their way through the population of the world

Hello and Welcome and Hello.

After the phenominal success of our 25 part seminar in Edinburgh during the August Festival Fringe Dr Dale will be taking How To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse on a national tour in 2010 culminating with an all new seminar at next yeras Fringe that is guaranteed to destroy your brain.

In the meantime keep an eye out here for tour dates and for avery exciting announcement that will be COMING SOON!

Remember too - as the undead have yet to rise we are still doing our research and so if anyone has any hints or tips that you think we've overlooked then let us know as we are humble in our approach to survival techniques and are not beyond listening to the voice of the masses.
WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER AND ONLY BY WORKING TOGETHER HAVE WE ANY HOPE.

THE APOCALYPSE IS COMING.....

.....AND WE ARE YOUR ONLY HOPE OF SURVIVAL.
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Cargill Talks about Freedom Of Speech Under Attack


I Spit on Your GraveEarlier this week, Michael D. Brown, Former Under Secretary of Homeland Security and Huffington Post contributor announced in his column that “freedom of speech in this country is under attack,” after several newspapers bowed to religious pressure and pulled a controversial comic strip from the long running series Non Sequitur, titled “Where’s Muhammad.” While the strip doesn’t actually feature Muhammad, it was deliberately provocative, making a political punchline out of someone else’s beliefs. Cool. Freedom of speech. I’m 100% down with that. What troubles me about Brown’s editorial wasn’t that the first thing the Former Under Secretary of Homeland Security does when he gets his paper is run to the funnies section, but that he is oblivious to just how right he is.

You see, in both the papers he cites, the Denver Post and the Washington Post, what you also didn’t find this past weekend were advertisements for that weekend’s release of the horror remake I Spit on Your Grave. Unrated after 5 submissions to the MPAA – each receiving the dreaded NC-17, and earning it every time, I assure you – the film was only able to open on 12 screens nationwide. You see, Christian fundamentalist groups have long threatened theater and video store chains with boycotts if they carry or show films carrying the NC-17 rating – and they did so before it existed when it was called the X rating. (Fun fact, there is no XXX rating; that was a marketing gimmick invented by the porn industry.) Newspapers and television stations are similarly barred (by threat of boycott by these same religious groups) from accepting advertising on behalf of NC-17 rated films.

Brown is angry because a small group of religious extremists believe so strongly that it is a sin to draw or view the image of Muhammad that they are pressuring institutions into avoiding doing so, whether they plan to buy those papers or not. I’m angry because a small group of religious extremists believe so strongly that it is a sin to view sex or extreme violence in movies that they are pressuring institutions into avoiding doing so, whether they plan to attend those movies or not. The difference? In this country one extremist group is bigger than the other.

read the rest at Hollywood.com/CounterPoint 

"A Chance In Hell" Trailer

A Chance in Hell.  Set during WWII, a group of American GIs discover a concentration camp led by a mad scientist.  He's experimenting on his inmates, and turning them into zombies.

Second Season of 'V' Time Slot


ABC today announced premiere dates for the Dancing with the Stars ice skating spinoff Skating with the Stars and the second season of V. Skating will slide into Dancing's Monday 8-9:30 PM slot following the conclusion of the current Dancing cycle, while V will air in the Dancing result show time period of Tuesdays 9 PM, following No Ordinary Family. Skating will premiere on November 22, airing twice behind Dancing on Mondays at 9 PM before moving to 8 PM on December 6. V returns January 4. No Ordinary Family will get a short run in the Tuesday 9 PM slot from November 30 until January 4 when it will slide back to its current 8 PM berth to form a block with similarly sci-fi-tinged V.

"Shadow" Movie Trailer and Poster

Oh IFC Midnight VOD.

Synopsis:  SHADOW tells the strangely ethereal story of David (Jake Muxworthy), a young soldier returning from a tour of duty in Iraq, who decides to go on a mountain biking adventure in Europe to forget his battle-weary past.
In the woods he meets pretty young stranger Angeline (Karina Testa) and they team up to explore the picturesque surrounding area. Soon they learn of a mystifying local myth… a legend that will force David to face more shattering fears than he did during wartime. To meet the bloodthirsty butcher Mortis (Nuot Arquint) and to discover that reality is sicker than any nightmare. 

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Jackie Beat- Oh Jesus Video


Jackie Beat: Oh Jesus from Prof. Oddfellow on Vimeo.

"Rose" Episode of 'The Vampire Diaries' Extras

Episode 8 "Rose" Synopsis:
Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) come to Elena’s assistance and, in the process, learn surprising new information about people, vampires and events in the distant past. Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) helps Bonnie (Katerina Graham) after she casts a difficult and exhausting spell, and Caroline (Candice Accola) does what she can to make things easier for Tyler (Michael Trevino). Finally, Stefan and Damon reach a new understanding. Liz Friedlander directed the episode written by Brian Young.

The Vampire Diaries - Behind-the-Scenes w/Jennifer Bryan
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"Scream IV" Sneak Peek...



Entertainment Weekly have been premiering image after image from Wes Craven's Scream IV

Friday, October 15, 2010

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Kesha New Single, New EP


Ke$ha has found a chart-topping formula — combine killer beats with lyrics about super-fun parties and hot pants. And her latest single, "We R Who We R," certainly fits that mold.
The track, the first single off her November 22 release Cannibal, hit the Internet on Thursday (October 14). It's another uber-fun tune about how awesome it is to dance the night away, with Ke$ha singing on the chorus: "Tonight we're going hard/ Just like the world is ours/ We're tearing it apart/ You know we're superstars/ we are who we are."
While the song doesn't veer much from prior club bangers like "Tik Tok" and "Take It Off," the singer admits that "We R" is in part inspired by the recent rash of suicides among gay youth. "I wanted to inspire people to be themselves," she told EW.com. "It's a celebration of any sort of quirks or eccentricities."
In January, Ke$ha released her debut album Animal and it went straight to the top of the charts. Cannibal — a nine-song set that features collaborations with Max Martin, Benny Blanco and Bangladesh — is set to be released both on its own and as a bundle with Animal.
"I don't want to go away!" she said. "I feel like I'm creating this hopefully very youthful and irreverent movement of the kids, of, like, adolescence. I feel like the parents don't get it, but the kids get it. And they deserve to have more good, positive music ... It's fun as sh--! So I wanted to give [my fans] that."
The Seventeen cover girl also tweeted a message to her fans about the tune: "WE R WHO WE R! on the radio today you guys like??? dancin liiiiike were dumbbbb we be forever younggggg."

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