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Indie Thriller Alert: Deadly Renovations: New Name and Release Date

Renovations has been renamed Deadly Renovations and this independent thriller is set to be released in 2012 through Midnight Releasing. This is a film that involves stolen money, murder and psychoanalysis. The work crew is at the center of the mayhem and fans of thrillers can watch this film soon. The latest theatrical trailer for Deadly Renovations is below.

Release Date: 2012.

Director: Robert H. Gwinn.

Writer: Charles Pisaeno.

Cast: Lana Wood, Terence Knox, Johnny Dark, Anthony Hornus, Fred Griffith, Tommy Lynch, Shawn Rugeron, Dean Mauro, Tracilyn Jones, Nathalie Ben-Kely, Charlene Khalaf, Noel Allison, Michael A. Rivers, and Laura Bendele.

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News Shorts: November 28th 2011

More photos from John Carter and Underworld Awakening, along with posters for Men in Black 3, Black Gold and In the Land of Blood and Honey.

Photos of Keanu Reeves and other actors on the set of 47 Ronin, Matt Damon filming Elysium, and some awe-inspiring location photos for the second season of HBO's Game of Thrones.

Empire has just launched a Steven Spielberg special app only for the iPad with exclusive video interviews and photos, in-depth reviews, trailers, clips and tonnes of other goodies covering everything from 1971's Duel to the upcoming "War Horse". You can pick it up at the iTunes store.

Jesus Orellana's independent scifi-cyberpunk-horror animated short film "Rosa", which screened at festivals worldwide earlier this year, is now online in full at Vimeo.

Several young German students have made a five-part zombie webseries and the first trailer is up at Youtube.

Paramount has just released a new
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Millions of dollars means murder in horror thriller Renovation

When a group of property developers discover their hotel project may contain millions of dollars hidden somewhere within, the money becomes a motivation for murder.

Seemingly peaceful individuals turn into vicious greed-driven killers in the new indie horror thriller Renovation from Paisaen Productions, Collective Development Inc and Rampant Entertainment.

Renovation was shot in Yuma, Arizona, and directed by Robert Gwinn.

The film was recently signed to Nocturnal Features for a limited theatrical Us release in early 2012. Negotiations are currently under way with Gothic Pictures International for a theatrical release in the Philippines.

Philippines-based Gothic recently worked with Us Company Collective Development Inc on the demonic horror film Darkest Night which will head to cinemas in the Philippines this winter. Both films share a common lead in American actor DJ Perry.

Following the limited theatrical release, Renovation will released to North America Home Video and Cable VoD with Midnight Releasing. Acort
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The Horrifying Heist Film Renovation with a World Premiere October 23rd

Renovation PosterRenovation, a horror feature shot in the Hotel del Sol, is getting set for a world premiere in Yuma, Arizona, this city in which the film was shot (October 23rd). In preparation for the release, a new poster for the film can be seen left and the graphic shows the hotel itself, along with the cast of characters. Included in the poster are DJ Perry (An Ordinary Killer), Lana Wood (Satan's Mistress), and Johnny Dark (Skin Walker). The film is about stolen loot and future showings for Renovation will be announced in the near future. Revisit the trailer for the picture below.

The synopsis for Renovation here:

"Renovation is about stolen money and some very dark individuals searching for its whereabouts. It seems the money may be hidden at the classic Hotel Del Sol. Needless to say, when greed comes into play, certain people will have to pay" (Renovation).

Release Date: October 23rd,
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New Photos Show Off the Latest Renovation

Now that the Yuma, Arizona, based Renovation is in post-production, some new photos of the film directed by Robert Gwinn and starring D.J. Perry have come to light.

Renovation is about stolen money and some very dark individuals searching for its whereabouts. It seems the money may be hidden at the classic Hotel Del Sol. Needless to say, when greed comes into play, certain people will have to pay.

Screenwriter/producer Charles Pisaeno brought a script full of action and graphic violence, and Gwinn was more than happy to capture it. Acting veterans Terence Knox (Tour of Duty, The Hunters), Lana Wood (Diamonds are Forever), Johnny Dark (David Letterman), Fred Griffith (Gods and Generals), Anthony Hornus (An Ordianry Killer), and Dean Teaster (Dean Teaster’s Ghost Town) joined a very talented group of rising new stars including Tommy Lynch, Dean Mauro, Nathalie Ben-Kely, Charlene May Khalaf, Tracilyn Jones, Dave Borowicz,
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Renovation at the Hotel Del Sol is Blood, Sweat, and More Blood

The first trailer for horror thriller Renovation was launched yesterday and fans can check out the clip at the Renovation website below. The film stars Terence Knox (Tour of Duty), DJ Perry (Blood Ties), Lana Wood (Diamonds are Forever), Johnny Dark, and Fred Griffith (Gods and Generals). The film also involves "stolen money" and "very dark individuals" (Renovation). Although a release date is not available a short synopsis is. Check out the trailer for the film at the website found below, which was created by Flint Frame best know for their work on The Hunt for Gollum.

A short synopsis for Renovation here:

"Renovation is about stolen money and some very dark individuals searching for the whereabouts. It seems the money may be hidden at the classic Hotel Del Sol" (Renovation).

Release Date: Unknown.

Director: Robert Gwinn.

Writer: Charles Pisaeno.

Cast: Anthony Hornus, Dean Teaster, Tommy Lynch, Dean Mauro, Nathalie Ben-Kely,
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Renovation Reveals its Trailer and Some Behind-the Scenes Photos

It's been a while since we've heard anything about Renovation, an upcoming thriller directed by Robert Gwinn and starring D.J. Perry, but today we learned they've completed their trailer and opened up a spiffy new website as well.

Here's the latest according to producer/co-star Perry:

Renovation is about stolen money and some very dark individuals searching for its whereabouts. It seems the money may be hidden at the classic Hotel Del Sol. Needless to say, when greed comes into play, certain people will have to pay.

Screenwriter/producer Charles Pisaeno brought a script full of action and graphic violence, and director Robert Gwinn was more than happy to capture it. Acting veterans Terence Knox (Tour of Duty, The Hunters), Lana Wood (Diamonds are Forever), Johnny Dark (David Letterman), Fred Griffith (Gods and Generals), Anthony Hornus (An Ordianry Killer), and Dean Teaster (Dean Teaster’s Ghost Town) joined a very
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Indie Watch: Trailer for Renovation

A preview for Robert Gwinn's indie production Renovation is now online at the official site: RenovatiointheMovie.com . DJ Perry, Terence Knox, Lana Wood, Johnny Dark, Dean Mauro and Nathalie Ben-Kely star in this Trespass -esque tale, written by producer Charles Pisaeno, that concerns a group who are work on a hotel project that may contain millions of cash. That's right, hidden treasure. Naturally, things turn fatal. This is Gwinn's feature debut.
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