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The Frightening Legend of the Mole Man exposed in Investigation 13 – out this September!

Meg Foster features in Investigation 13, a new horror-thriller from Gorilla Studios and Uncork’d Entertainment. The book opens on Krisstian de Lara’s spine-tingling Investigation 13 this fall with Uncork’d Entertainment announcing a digital and DVD release for September 10. Screen icon Meg Foster …

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Horror Highlights: Investigation 13, Daughter Of Dismay, Big Top Evil, Halloween Party

Meg Foster stars in the new thriller from director Krisstian de Lara called Investigation 13. The trailer was revealed as well as the film's digital and DVD release dates. Also in today's Horror Highlights: Daughter of Dismay London FrightFest IMAX laser premiere details, Big Top Evil's iTunes release details, and Halloween Party's Amazon Prime release details.

Investigation 13 Trailer and Release Details: "The book opens on Krisstian de Lara’s spine-tingling Investigation 13 this fall with Uncork’d Entertainment announcing a digital and DVD release for September 10.

Screen icon Meg Foster stars in director Krisstian de Lara’s mesmerizingly unnerving Investigation 13, premiering on digital and DVD this September from Uncork’d Entertainment.

Incorporating traditional narrative story-telling, as well as numerous forms of pioneering technology, including found footage, hand-held cameras, surveillance cameras, and smart glasses, Investigation 13 is a new-age fright-fest chronicling the tale of a group of college science students investigating the urban legend of The Mole Man,
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Horror-thriller Investigation 13 gets a poster and trailer

Ahead of its release this September, a poster and trailer have arrived online for director Krisstian de Lara’s upcoming horror thriller Investigation 13 which stars Meg Foster, Stephanie Hernandez, Patrick Flanagan, Robert Paget, William Alexander, Giordan Diaz, Jesse Ramos, and Peter Aratari; take a look here…

Incorporating traditional narrative story-telling, as well as numerous forms of pioneering technology, including found footage, hand-held cameras, surveillance cameras, and smart glasses, Investigation 13 is a new-age fright-fest chronicling the tale of a group of college science students investigating the urban legend of The Mole Man, an ex-patient said to still be residing within the walls of the Black Grove Asylum. When members of the group start missing, they soon learn that this myth is more real than they thought, making this 13th investigation one they will come to regret.

Investigation 13 is set for a VOD and DVD release on September 10th.

The post Horror-thriller
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Today in Soap Opera History (May 10)

1967: Dark Shadows' Carolyn wanted to check out the locked room.

1982: Gh's Laura Templeton did not want to leave Port Charles.

1985: Days of our Lives' Anna and Tony made love.

2002: Passions' Theresa confessed to Julian's murder."History speaks to artists. It changes the artist's thinking and is constantly reshaping it into d ifferent and unexpected images."

Anselm Kiefer

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

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1950: On Irna Phillips' Today's Children, Chris knew the only way to determine whether the fingerprints on the package were Janis's was to ask his mother to get Janis to touch something and then have it inspected by the lab.
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Masters of the Universe Begins Shooting in Late Summer

It was just a few days ago that we passed along word that Sony and Band of Robbers directing duo Aaron and Adam Nee's new big-budget reboot of Mattel's He-Man and the Masters of the Universe flick may have snagged its lead. Supposedly, To All the Boys I've Loved Before, The Fosters and Sierra Burgess Is a Loser star Noah Centineo is in talks to play He-Man. And today we have word that, regardless of who ends up playing Prince Adam and/or He-Man, this new movie will begin shooting in Prague on August 19th.

It's about time this reboot got to the shooting stage as a reimagining of Masters of the Universe has been teased for as long as I can remember. Actually, it has really only been a big project in Hollywood since 2007 when rumors were circling that Face-off and Broken Arrow director John Woo was
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Sunshine

Before TV movies were dissed with the phrase ‘disease of the month,’ this 1973 film surprised and moved audiences with the realistic story of a young mother facing a fatal illness. It’s directed by the great Joseph Sargent and graced with the music of John Denver, but its impact rests upon the remarkable, affecting performance of actress Cristina Raines, then just twenty years old.

Sunshine

Blu-ray

Redwind Productions

1973 / Color / 1:33 flat / 124 min. / Street Date 2018 / Signature Release / 33.95

Starring: Cristina Raines, Cliff De Young, Meg Foster, Brenda Vaccaro, Bill Mumy, Alan Fudge, Corey Fischer, James Hong, Bill Stout, Noble Willingham.

Cinematography: Bill Butler

Film Editor: Buddy Small, Richard M. Sprague

Original Music: Hal Mooney

Songs by John Denver

Written by Carol Sobieski suggested by the journal of Jacquelyn Helton

Produced by George Ekstein

Directed by Joseph Sargent

“What can you say about a twenty-five-year-old girl who died?” That’s the first line
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A Hexcellent Halloween: The Lords Of Salem – The Weight of Past Sins and Fate’s Cruel Inevitability

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For me, The Lords of Salem is unequivocally Rob Zombie’s greatest achievement as a filmmaker to date. Don’t get me wrong, I have a deep-seated love for many of his other films, but there is something about Lords that just hits me deep in my soul every time I revisit it, which admittedly has been a lot over the last five years. A haunting portrait of pain, addiction, the cruel inevitability of fate, Zombie’s ambitious return to original material after his Halloween films was a triumphant one in my eyes, a reminder that in terms of modern horror filmmakers, there is no one making movies quite like Rob Zombie. And that’s what I have always appreciated about his work.

For the uninitiated, The Lords of Salem begins in the year 1696, when Margaret Morgan (Meg Foster) and her coven of six took to the outskirts of Salem,
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‘They Live: Collector’s Edition’ Blu-ray Review

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Stars: Roddy Piper, Keith David, Peter Jason, Meg Foster, George ‘Buck’ Flower | Written and Directed by John Carpenter

They Live marked the end of an amazing run for John Carpenter, before his creative decline in the 1990s and beyond. Well, it had to end somewhere – and what a brilliantly bold way to bow out.

As a teenager, John Nada (“Rowdy” Roddy Piper) ran away from home, from a violent father. He’s been a drifter ever since. He shows up in L.A. with a set of tools and sleeping bag, hoping just to make it to his next hot meal. At work he meets Frank (Keith David), who hasn’t seen his family in six months. Frank brings him to a settlers’ site, where the impoverished underclass eke a living. Overlooking the site is a church, with some very strange comings and goings. John checks it out, and discovers
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Fantastic Fest 2018 Review: Overlord is a Ridiculously Fun and Gory WWII Monster Mash-Up

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While I’ve had a blast here at Fantastic Fest this year, and I’ve been fortunate to have seen a bunch of incredible films, I must admit that the biggest surprise for me was Julius Avery’s Overlord, a bombastic and gritty horror actioner that pits a group of Us soldiers against a squadron of Nazis and their zombified science experiments that are running amok. Not that I necessarily had expected the film to be bad or anything—especially since historical horror is something that very much scratches a few cinematic itches for me as a viewer—but I just didn’t know much about the film overall, other than it was Bad Robot’s first R-rated production, and holy hell is it an absolute blast. It also made me an immediate fan of Avery’s, and I look forward to seeing where his career goes from here (my
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Class of 88: Join Us This Sunday for a Live Tweet-Along of John Carpenter’s They Live

All month long, we've been celebrating the "Class of 88" with in-depth interviews and retrospectives on some of our favorite horror and sci-fi movies released 30 years ago. One of the most memorable movies to come out in 1988 was John Carpenter's They Live, and we're going to "obey" the Master of Horror's timeless horror sci-fi film this Sunday with a live tweet-along that we want Daily Dead readers and Corpse Club listeners to take part in!

The Daily Dead and Corpse Club team will begin watching They Live at 9:00pm Est on Sunday, July 29th. To join our live tweet-along, simply use the hashtag #NadaLives when you tweet!

For those unfamiliar with They Live, we have the official synopsis and trailer below, and in case you missed it, visit our Class of 88 hub for all of our retrospectives, interviews, and ’88-themed Corpse Club episodes, including Patrick Bromley's insightful examination of
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Class of 1988: All Out of Bubblegum – John Carpenter’s They Live at 30

In 1988, John Carpenter released one of his best films, a sci-fi action movie designed to comment on the sociopolitical landscape of the 1980s. Little did Carpenter know back then that the movie would only become more and more prescient over the next 30 years. Though released in 1988, They Live is a movie about right now.

I see a lot of people online complaining that they want their movies and their politics kept separate. I hope those people have never seen They Live. The two cannot be separated. The film, based on Ray Nelson’s 1963 short story “Eight O’Clock in the Morning,” is Carpenter’s shot across the bow: a howl of rage about the Lie of the American Dream disguised as a violent B-movie. To think that one can watch They Live—most movies, for that matter—divorced of any and all political context is to willfully ignore the message.
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Today in Soap Opera History (May 10)

1967: Dark Shadows' Carolyn wanted to check out the locked room.

1982: Gh's Laura Templeton did not want to leave Port Charles.

1985: Days of our Lives' Anna and Tony made love.

2002: Passions' Theresa confessed to Julian's murder."All true histories contain instruction; though, in some, the treasure may be hard to find, and when found, so trivial in quantity that the dry, shrivelled kernel scarcely compensates for the trouble of cracking the nut."

Anne Brontë in "Agnes Grey"

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1950: On Irna Phillips' Today's Children, Chris knew the only way to determine whether the fingerprints on the package were
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The Top Five Meg Foster Movie Roles of Her Career

Meg Foster has some crazy-looking eyes. In fact it’s hard to tell if they look crazy or just flat out mesmerizing since they are that hard to look away from. But as far as her acting roles go she’s been a great supporting actress and she’s been someone that’s withstood the test of time when it comes to staying in the industry. Her resume reads pretty solid from front to back and the fact that she’s still there doing movies now is pretty impressive. But yeah, those eyes are a big part of why some people can’t forget her. There’s

The Top Five Meg Foster Movie Roles of Her Career
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Reboots on the Way: “Charmed,” “Cagney and Lacey,” and “Greatest American Hero”

“Cagney & Lacey”

“First Wives Club,” “Nancy Drew,” “Roswell” — it’s hard to keep up with all of the TV reboots in the works. In the past few days alone we’ve seen reports about three series getting a second lease on life: “Charmed,” “Cagney and Lacey,” and “The Greatest American Hero.” All of the projects are being written by women.

Charmed” scored a pilot order from The CW, Entertainment Weekly confirms. When the project was first announced by the network, the supernatural show was going to return as a prequel set in the ’70s. That’s no longer the case. Now set in the present day, the new “Charmed” is described by The CW as “fierce, funny, [and] feminist,” and “centers on three sisters in a college town who discover they are witches. Between vanquishing supernatural demons, tearing down the patriarchy, and maintaining familial bonds, a witch’s work is never done.
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'Blade Runner 2049' Comes Home, Plus This Week's New Digital HD and VOD Releases

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Our resident VOD expert tells you what's new to rent and/or own this week via various Digital HD providers such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical Flatliners (horror-drama; Ellen Page, Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, James Norton; rated PG-13) The Mountain Between Us (romantic drama; Kate Winslet, Idris Elba, Dermot Mulroney, Beau Bridges; rated PG-13) Jeepers Creepers 3 (horror sequel; Jonathan Breck, Gina Philips, Meg Foster, Stan Shaw, Gabrielle Haugh; not rated) The Killing of a Sacred Deer (horror-suspense; Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Barry Keoghan, Raffey Cassidy, Sunny Suljic; rated R)   Digital HD: Rent from $4-$7 or...

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October Horrors 2017 Day 31 – They Live (1988)

They Live, 1988.

Directed by John Carpenter.

Starring Roddy Piper, Keith David, Meg Foster, and George “Buck” Flower.

Synopsis:

An unemployed drifter arriving in Los Angeles looking for work who, thanks to a pair of special sunglasses, uncovers a mysterious conspiracy in which humanity has been enslaved by greed, consumerism, and ignorance by a sinister alien presence hiding in plain sight.

Well, we did it.

For the second year in a row, we’ve survived another 31 days of October Horrors.

This year we’ve looked at the wide variety of the kinds of horror the big screen can offer. We’ve had sci-fi horror, body horror, satirical horror, psychological horror, horror that arguably isn’t horror but this is my list so I’m talking about it anyway, and so on.

We looked at films with all manner of monsters from serial killers, aliens, space vampires, psychic teens, murderous hitch-hikers, Satan
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Jeepers Creepers 3 TV Premiere Locked In For Late October

Contentious horror threequel Jeepers Creepers 3 is coming to TV a lot sooner than you think, thanks to Syfy’s ongoing 31 Days of Halloween event.

Word comes by way of Dread Central, confirming that Victor Salva’s troubled and indeed long-in-development flick will swoop onto television on Saturday, October 28th at 9pm, before Syfy stages an encore showing on Sunday, October 29th at the earlier time of 7pm.

Since Jeepers Creepers 3 was first hatched, Salva’s follow-up has become the cinematic equivalent of a hot potato. Major theaters chains quickly distanced themselves from the project, restricting Jeepers Creepers 3 to one-night-only screenings back in September.

Of course, as I’m sure you’re well aware, Victor Salva’s criminal record is the sole source of controversy, given the filmmaker was convicted for sexual misconduct with a minor more than 10 years ago. His victim, Nathan Forrest Winters, has since issued
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Syfy Plans To Host TV Premiere Of Jeepers Creepers 3 Later This Month

From Jigsaw to Leatherface to Amityville: The Awakening, this Halloween season will soon present horror fans with an embarrassment of riches as theaters across the globe begin hosting all sorts of cinematic ghosts and ghouls.

But if there’s one movie that was quietly shunned by distributors, it’s Jeepers Creepers 3 (for good reason, too, but more on that later). Yes, after years spent languishing on the brink of development, Victor Salva’s threequel faced another uphill battle when many of America’s major theater chains dropped it like a hot potato. Only a small handful of companies stood firm, leading to an exclusive one-night-only screening via Regal Theaters.

Such pent-up demand led to Jeepers Creepers 3 securing a second theatrical showing (October 4th), but other than that, the film’s distribution is about as limited as they come. Leave it to Syfy, then, to step in and secure JC3‘s TV premiere.
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‘Jeepers Creepers’, Where’d You Get That Bad Third Movie?

*before going into the review, let’s get the obvious out of the way: we at Age of the Nerd would like to take a moment to say we are fully aware of Victor Salva’s criminal history and the moral dilemma that is presented when discussing or financially supporting his movies.

The horror landscape has changed rather drastically in the sixteen years since controversy magnet Victor Salva first introduced slasher-starved audiences to “the Creeper” (Jonathan Breck) and his taste for body parts in the ‘Jeepers Creepers‘ franchise. Since then, there’s been the rise of the torture porn sub-genre and filmmakers like Eli Roth and Rob Zombie, the supernatural found footage genre, an obnoxious onslaught of inferior remakes (fingers shall be pointed specifically at The Wicker Man, When a Stranger Calls and Black Christmas) and a needed return to form thanks to filmmakers like James Wan, David Sandberg and Jennifer Kent.
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Jeepers Creepers 3 Review

Stop us if you’ve heard this one. A vaguely demonic creature emerges every 20-something years to terrorize, stalk and ultimately devour residents of a small town before returning to its slumber. Nope, we’re not talking about Pennywise, the freaky killer clown currently rocking the box office in director Andy Muschietti’s It. As horror fans will know, the same modus operandi applies just as equally to the Creeper, the boogeyman that headlined 2001 horror hit Jeepers Creepers and its 2003 sequel. Now, writer/director Victor Salva and actor Jonathan Breck – who donned the hat and trenchcoat as the Creeper in Salva’s previous two entries – aim to resurrect the character once again with Jeepers Creepers 3.

Set between its predecessors, this installment attempts to recontextualize those events while introducing new characters that have been affected by the Creeper’s rampage. While Brandon Smith reprises his role as Sergeant Tubbs from the first film,
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