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Monster Brawl [2011]

Eight classic monsters fight to the death in an explosive wrestling tournament set inside an abandoned and cursed graveyard.

Foresight Features: Monster Brawl [2011]

Dave Foley - Buzz Chambers
Robert Maillet - Frankenstein
Art Hindle - Sasquatch Sid Tucker
Kevin Nash - Colonel Crookshank
Lance Henriksen - Narrator
Jimmy Hart - Himself
Herb Dean - Himself
Jason David Brown - Cyclops / Swamp Gut / Cyril Haggard

Other Cast:
Jason Deline - Jacob Blackburn
Jesse T. Cook - Village Drunk
John Geddes - Lieutenant Briggs
Mark Gibson - Agent Dunn
Chris Rutte - The Grub
Christopher Goddard - Sheriff
Ari Millen - Dr. Igora
Oliver Glaser - Warehouse worker
Kelly Couture - Lady Vampire
Rj Skinner - Werewolf - Mummy
Samantha Farrow - Wife
Matt Wiele - The Messenger
Rico Montana - Zombie Man
Holly Letkeman - Witch Bitch

Produced By:
Cody Calahan - co-producer
Jesse T. Cook - producer
John Geddes - producer
Matt Wiele - producer

Hobo With A Shotgun - Desktop

Take Me Home Tonight [2011] - Desktops

Take Me Home Tonight [2011]

As the summer of 1988 winds down, three friends on the verge of adulthood attend an out-of-control party in celebration of their last night of unbridled youth. Starring Topher Grace, Anna Faris, Dan Fogler and Teresa Palmer, Take Me Home Tonight is a raunchy, romantic and ultimately touching blast from the past set to an awesome soundtrack of timeless rock and hip-hop hits.

Recent MIT grad Matt Franklin (Topher Grace) should be working for a Fortune 500 company and starting his upward climb to full-fledged yuppie-hood. Instead, the directionless 23-year-old confounds family and friends by taking a part-time job behind the counter of Suncoast Video at the Sherman Oaks Galleria.

But Matt’s silent protest against maturity comes to a screeching halt once his unrequited high school crush, Tori Frederking (Teresa Palmer), walks into the store. When she invites him to an epic, end-of-summer party, Matt thinks he finally might have a chance with the girl of his dreams. With his cynical twin sister Wendy (Anna Faris) and best friend Barry (Dan Fogler), Matt embarks on a once-in-a-lifetime evening. From stealing a car to a marriage proposal to an indescribable, no-holds-barred dance-off, these friends share experiences that will change the course of their lives on one unforgettable night in the Go-Go ’80s.

Take Me Home Tonight stars Topher Grace (Spiderman 3, “That ’70s Show”), Anna Faris (The House Bunny, Scary Movie 4), Dan Fogler (Love Happens, Fan Boys), Teresa Palmer (The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Bedtime Stories), Chris Pratt (Jennifer’s Body, Deep in the Valley), Michelle Trachtenberg (“Gossip Girl,” 17 Again), Lucy Punch (Dinner for Schmucks, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger), Michael Ian Black (“Backwash,” “Reaper”) and Demetri Martin (“Important Things with Demetri Martin,” Taking Woodstock). Michael Dowse (It’s All Gone Pete Tong, Fubar) directs Take Me Home Tonight from a screenplay he wrote with partners Jackie Filgo (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, “Happy Hour”) & Jeff Filgo (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, “That ’70s Show,” Happy Hour) from a story by Topher Grace & Gordon Kaywin. Producers are Ryan Kavanaugh (Dear John, A Perfect Getaway), Jim Whitaker (Robin Hood, Changeling) and Sarah Bowen (American Gangster). The film’s executive producers are Dany Wolf (The Karate Kid, The Nanny Diaries), Topher Grace, Gordon Kaywin and Tucker Tooley (The Spy Next Door, Brothers). Director of photography is Terry Stacey (Dear John, Just Wright). Editor is Lee Haxall (The Dukes of Hazzard, Meet the Fockers). Production designer is William Arnold (In Good Company, Shopgirl). Costume designer is Carol Oditz (The Break-Up, Murder by Numbers). Original music is by Trevor Horn (Confessions of a Shopaholic, Wanted).

Amber Heard, Drive Anger 3D [2011]

Things are very bright for this film, and she doesn't hurt it either... yah, I know!

Drive Anger 3D [2011]


   In the newest 3D action-adventure from the director of MY BLOODY VALENTINE, DRIVE ANGRY stars Nicolas Cage as Milton, a hardened felon who has broken out of hell for one last chance at redemption. Intent on stopping a vicious cult who murdered his daughter, he has three days to stop them before they sacrifice her baby beneath a full moon. He's joined by Piper (Amber Heard) – a young, sexy waitress who liberates her ex-boyfriend's cherry-red muscle car in order to help Milton. Now, the two of them are hot on the trail of the deadly leader of the cult, Jonah King (Billy Burke), who believes it is his destiny to use the baby to unleash hell on earth.
   But the bloodthirsty cult is the least of Milton's problems. The police are after him too. And worse, an enigmatic killer known only as "The Accountant" – who has been sent by the Devil to retrieve Milton and deliver him back to hell. With wicked cunning and hypnotic savagery, the Accountant will relentlessly pursue Milton at high speed across the country until his mission is accomplished. Fueled by high octane and pure rage, Milton must use his anger to go beyond all human limits to avenge his daughter’s murder, before his last chance at redemption is revoked.

Hobo You Know...

Hobo With A Shotgun
A train pulls into the station – it’s the end of the line.  A Hobo jumps from a freight car, hoping for a fresh start in a new city.  Instead, he finds himself trapped in an urban hell. This is a world where criminals rule the streets and Drake, the city’s crime boss, reigns supreme alongside his sadistic murderous sons, Slick & Ivan.  Amidst the chaos, the Hobo comes across a pawn shop window displaying a second hand lawn mower.  He dreams of making the city a beautiful place and starting a new life for himself.  But as the brutality continues to rage around him, he notices a shotgun hanging above the lawn mower...  Quickly, he realizes the only way to make a difference in this town is with that gun in his hand and two shells in its chamber.

Disney Does It Again... in Space

Mars Needs Moms
Take out the trash, eat your broccoli—who needs moms, anyway? Nine-year-old Milo (Seth Green) finds out just how much he needs his mom (Joan Cusack) when she’s nabbed by Martians who plan to steal her mom-ness for their own young. Produced by the team behind “Disney’s A Christmas Carol” and “The Polar Express,” “Mars Needs Moms” showcases Milo’s quest to save his mom—a wild adventure in Disney Digital 3D™ and IMAX® 3D that involves stowing away on a spaceship, navigating an elaborate, multi-level planet and taking on the alien nation and their leader (Mindy Sterling). With the help of a tech-savvy, underground earthman named Gribble (Dan Fogler) and a rebel Martian girl called Ki (Elisabeth Harnois), Milo just might fi nd his way back to his mom—in more ways than one.
CAST: Seth Green, Dan Fogler, Elisabeth Harnois, Mindy Sterling, Kevin Cahoon and Joan Cusack

Howlin' for You (2011)

Chris Wood (Author) - Sherlock Holmes and the Flying Zombie Death Monkeys

Chris Wood (Author) "Sherlock Holmes and the Flying Zombie Death Monkeys" which was released at the end of year 2010, also getting it's release in the UK now. His first book in the series in 2009 titled "Sherlock Holmes and the Underpants Of Death", both tell the romping adventures of Sherlock Holmes in way you have ever written about the sleuth and his life mate Watson. A journey of jesting, jolting and oddities into four stories... Oh Yeah, Flying Monkey Zombies in London. Some say "a writing parody" on this talented writer I say bring more to the table and "Rock that Sherlock". Okay I had a chance to give him the Q & A treatment, in my usual fashion. So please read on and get to know author Chris Wood. Thanks Chris for being part of your world and the insight to Holmes...


Q and A With: Chris Wood
- Tell us about you and you project? 
I’m from Manchester, England, and a huge movie fan, especially horror, and comedies. My other big interest is guitars, and I own some outstanding instruments. I began the book in 2010. I wanted a mix of violence, humor, horror and a bit of sex thrown in for good measure. Sherlock Holmes and the Flying Zombie Death Monkeys has sex, violence, humor, and some new creatures – a twist on a classic, if you like.

- What has the response been for this and your earlier titles.
The feedback’s been good – largely. I get mixed responses. 90% are positive, with readers saying they enjoyed the books and liked the humor. Then there’s the other 10%, who apparently saw my books and ran off screaming. You can’t please everyone.

- Coolest quote made about this latest project?
One Amazon reviewer said it was a mix between Shaun of the Dead and Army of Darkness. I couldn’t have asked for a better response – made my day completely.

- Who inspires you and your writing?
I love horror comedies! An American Werewolf in London and Evil Dead 2 are great films. I saw them when I was 12 or 13, and they just rocked my face off completely.

- Describe your last "slap in the face moment of silliness" and why? 
I was talking to a group of people and leaned back in my chair – forgetting it didn’t have a back. I went completely head over heels, ass to the audience (briefly!) and they fell about laughing. Of course they did. I know I would have in their position.

- What do you see when you look out your window?
My back garden, which is fairly small and has a decrepit old shed. Over the fence is a park, so I see the tops of a few trees. Also, there are slavering figures of the recently deceased, clamoring for blood and human brains. The last one isn’t true just yet, but may be any time soon.
- Where do you see yourself in one year?
Hopefully I’ll have finished my next book. I’ve put one out every year for the last three years, and I’m trying to keep that pace.
- What other upcoming projects can you share?
I have some readings due in various places, and I hope those go well. I want to get some clips up on the internet, so hopefully those will be available in a short while.
- If you could standing in one place to have your voice heard, where would that be?
In front of 80,000 people in a stadium, with a huge loudspeaker system at my disposal. Or on top of a mountain with a megaphone. Either is good.
- Puppets with or without strings?
With strings! Thunderbirds, Team America, you name it. And besides, puppets without strings can be seen on a lot of TV news. Do they make good entertainment? I don’t think so … 


Thanks again to Chris and letting my be part of his writing and journalistic talents, I encourage you all to get your reading glasses or your trusty magnifying glass and be your own sleuth...

Sharon Day - Abandoned Places: Abandoned Memories

I had the extreme pleasure of talking with Sharon Day [Author] and Julie Ferguson [Photographer] about her book "Abandoned Places: Abandoned Memories (Desert Edition)" available at fine internet outlets.
As always I try to change it up with my questions to make it interesting, but Sharon is a good spirit and her Q & A is very open and honest. I don't feel like we were doing an interview, no it felt like we shared coffee looking over landscape being the inspiration for this book. Truth is her and I are great friends and she is my muse to battle the monster that is life, I can not thank her enough for her knowledge and support. Since her and I talk daily I thought I would bring her to you in a different light, read the questions and enjoy her responses.
- Tell us about you and your latest project?
- What is the inspiration for this and all your books/projects?
- Your ability to read people that you meet and how far does your ability reach?
- What do you see in the future?
- Who inspires you?
- If you could see anything, what would it be?
- Your last thought "that's weird" and what was it?
- What is your favorite inanimate object?
- What can you see looking out your window?
- Scariest thing you have ever seen?

I'm just a big goofball. My friends compare me to Julia Roberts and Lucille Ball which is about right as far as personality. I sort of fling myself at life and cause rip tides in everyone's state of mind. I pull them all out with me away from the shore to see what danger we can get into. I'm an instigator. I say "why just talk about it, why not do it?" Right now, I've flung myself at my second book, "Was That a Ghost?" It's a book to help people figure out if something they encountered was paranormal or not. I get asked that the most of people who approach me. I am also working on a few more books, one to help people evolve from being intuitive to psychic called "From Fledgling to Full-Fledged Psychic" and another one based on my haunted formula I am up with a year and a half ago during research called "Spirit Vessels: Why Some Buildings Are Haunted." As well, I have some other possibilities I'm considering in the field of paranormal. We'll see much I can handle all at once.

All my books and projects are for the same thing; to get people involved. I am on the receiving end of lots of emails from people asking for help, insights and such and I have found over many years of counseling them, that people are hungry for information and answers and so am I! Together, we create these projects by the simple questions we ask and the answers we accept.

In the future, I'd honestly like to be part of a long-term study of ghostly activity so that we can see trends, adapt testing methods and figure out just what path it's using to communicate. I also would like to finish my screenplay for a story about a machine that talks to the other side and how that changes the world. And, my ultimate goal would be to get a documentary crew into the house I grew up in and let me try and contact my mother, father, brother, sister and family friend who all said they would haunt the place. I have a party waiting for me and I want to join, but I want documentation.

I'm inspired and motivated by the folks who read my blog. They ask great questions, make astute observations and I feel like I'm part of the coolest gang of thinkers out there. I seek answers with them.

I'd honestly like to see Bigfoot. That sounds funny coming from a ghost hunter, but I've seen a full-body apparition before. I want to see BF!

My last "that's weird"? Hmm... I have had a few on hunts recently but the one that really still baffles me is a series of dreams I've had where I visit bloggers I know online, but where the live; one was in the Midwest, one was in England and one was in Greece.  The one in Greece really had me shake my head because the woman was talking to me very slowly as if I were deaf. I was asking where the ruins were and how to get to them. Behind her, I saw her boyfriend standing there, but he didn't see me. I woke up the next day feeling like I had actually traveled. The only thing I asked the woman was, "any weird dreams lately?" She wrote me back, "I just looked up your profile picture. That was you, wasn't it? In my apartment? I was trying to speak slowly so you could understand my accent." She is a psychic too so it seemed we had a communication/astral projection.

My favorite inanimate object. Well, I'm guessing I should keep this PG rated. I'd probably say it's tough for me to be tied to objects because they carry so much residual. I find myself being anal retentive about getting rid of things and trying to keep my belongings to a minimum but one thing that I do adore are rocks, especially a rock I have from Sedona. It has a wonderful feel to it and I love the way rocks look and how they interact. I have a huge boat-shaped basket filled with rocks and I pick them carefully to interact "nicely" and create a happy healing force. They really do have an effect when you put more than one together. They amplify.

Looking out my window? I'm at my work desk so I'm looking at a tree filled with resting hummingbirds, the lazy bitches!

Scariest thing I've ever seen. Well, I've seen a lot of death, but honestly the thing that scared me the most was in an ER. I worked in it typing up reports but we were crowded so I was forced to write in the ER area. I was at the desk typing when the nurses put the sheet over a man who died and I felt a strange sense that he wasn't dead. Usually when someone passed, I felt a strange cold wind go by me, but I didn't feel it this time. I look up at the nurse going in to pull the IV pole away from the bed and she lets out a scream. The man in the sheet is moving! I just about wee'd myself right there and then. Wasn't expecting that. The man was a minister and had a good attitude. Later, up on the floor where the put him, he had his family in for a party and invited the docs who pronounced him. Now, that's a good attitude. 
Sharon Day [Author]

Midnite Media: Spatter Analysis #4: January 2011

   Okay, just wanted to give a quick mention to my good friend Jonny Metro @ "" who has released his forth installment of "Spatter Analysis" an online horror magazine.  
   Here you are the writers and you get your horror message heard, it is great way to find out more about your fellow blog/websites. Oh yeah it does not hurt that I created the covers... the great collaboration with Jonny, so click on over and read this. Then click and read the previous issues, and tell them that "iZombie" sent you.
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