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Indie Spotlight

We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes trailers for Zombie Hamlet, Cowboy Zombies, and Antisocial, details on an apocalyptic card game, release information for 7E, and much more:

Zombie Hamlet Trailer and Release Details: “The All-Star comedy feature film, Zombie Hamlet, will be available exclusively on DVD from Level 33 Entertainment beginning on December 31, 2013. Following a successful film festival run, the movie sets its sights on entertaining audiences everywhere that DVDs are available for rental or sale by capitalizing on a uniquely funny story and a long list of recognizable names and faces including: Travis Wester, Jason Mewes (Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back), Emmy Award winner Shelley Long (“Cheers”), Vanessa Lee Evigan, with Emmy® Award nominee John Amos (“Good Times”) and June Lockhart (“Lost In Space”).

Directed by John Murlowski, written by John McKinney, and produced by Tom Shell,
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Indie Spotlight

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We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes release details for Inbred, Blood, and 4 Dead Girls, a trailer for The Mole Man of Belmont Avenue, featuring Robert Englund, details on a Jason Voorhees-inspired charity, an interview with Nick Basile, the director of Dark, and much more:

The Mole Man of Belmont Avenue Trailer and Release Details: “Two years ago, the Mugg Brothers, who have never worked a day in their lives, inherited a brownstone apartment building. In that short time, their slacker ways have run the building into the ground. Tenants are moving out, no one drinks at the bar downstairs, and the building’s pets are going missing. If all that isn’t enough to make them sit up and take notice, they soon discover a mysterious creature is hiding in the basement and trying to
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First Stills from Writer/Director Lee Vervoort's Indie Horror Thriller The Truck

Since we like to keep in the loop on all thing indie horror, Dread Central recently heard from up-and-coming filmmaker Lee Vervoort (Gun Town), who shared with us that his next project, The Truck, is currently in production in Kentucky.

According to Vervoort, The Truck follows a pair of lovers, Roger Newman and Alice Mason, who are on a weekend getaway in 1987 to explore an abandoned campground that Roger has just inherited. Along the way they encounter an old beat-up four-wheel drive truck that adds miles of terror to their trip. Is there anyone behind the wheel? Or is it driven by pure evil?

Viewers will just have to wait and find out for themselves once the film gets released later this year on November 12th. The Truck stars John Michael Morris, Rachelle Graber, Tim Emery and Andy Grace and was produced by Riley Hollow Films.

Check out some stills from The Truck below,
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Gun Town II: Timeline

Greetings from the Bailey family. Announcing the campaign for our next adventure into the old west, Gun Town II: Timeline Lee Vervoort, who takes the reigns once again as writer/director, is taking everyone back to the burg for another adventure with Frank Bailey Sr. and his son Frank Jr. in this action packed bloodfest. The tables have turned as the Baileys encounter a new 'kick up' with four beautiful young ladies, a back woods weap…
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Gun Town Funniest Caption Contest

With the script for filmmaker Lee Vervoort's Gun Town II: Timeline now complete and a shoot schedule currently being planned, what better way to celebrate then by offering up another "Funniest Caption Contest." Rules Rules are simple, check out the image below and write a caption that you think is funniest to score the prize. Only one caption per person. All entires must be in before 10:00 Est on Thursday, February 16th. A Winner will be annou…
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Legendary Horror Road Movies - Let's Take a Ride!

Hey everyone. How ya doin'. Lee Vervoort here (a.k.a. aceofspades70) with a little article I decided to write tonight since I haven't in a while. As you can see from the title, this isn't another Gun Town story. Those are in the near future though. No, tonight we're talking road movies of the horror genre. We know them well. Christine, Duel, The Car, Race with the Devil, etc. There's nothing quite like the action and suspense of a road movie,…
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Watch Lee Vervoort's 'Gun Town' Free for the Month of October

As five high school graduates take a trip to nowhere, their joyride becomes a death trap as they stumble upon a western town tourist attraction that appears to be abandoned...but isn't. Gun Town is the latest feature film from filmmaker Lee Vervoort and it can be viewed for Free during the entire month of October by clicking Here. The film star's Christianna Aronstam, Tim Emery, Andy Grace and Lee Vervoort as Frank Bailey Sr. For more infor…
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The Lashman Comes in Assorted Colors

Several new variant one-sheets for the new indie horror flick from Red Headed Revolution Pictures, The Lashman, just landed in our inbox, and of course we have the straight dope for you right here.

The Cameron McCasland directed film features tons of fresh meat for the beast including Stacey Dixon, Shawn C. Phillips (Showtime's "Look"), Jeremy Jones, David Vaughan, Kaylee Williams, David Chattam (21 Grams, The Last Castle), Lee Vervoort (Gun Town, Last Kind Words), Todd Bush (Country Strong, TV's "Tough Trade") Terry Gragg (Nickel Children, Outlaw Country) Tim Emery (Gun Town), Bob King (Daultry Calhoun, Make Out With Violence), and Larry Underwood (TV's "Dr. Gangrene's Creature Feature").

Below as well are a quick plot crunch and the teaser trailer. For more dig on the official The Lashman website, the official The Lashman Facebook page, and follow The Lashman on Twitter.

Synopsis

The Lashman is a tale of terror. Five friends
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Indie Spotlight: Evade

Our good friend Lee Vervoort is following up his last movie, Gun Town, with the indie thriller Evade. The movie stars Shawn C. Phillips (that fat kid who does those DVD reviews on YouTube aka Coolduder). Lee is looking for donations to get his new movie off the ground. You can check out the promo trailer, art work, an other goodies over at the official website. You can also donate at Indie Go Go.
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Teaser Trailer For The Lashman

Check out the teaser trailer for Cameron McCasland's The Lashman, starring YouTube sensation Coolduder aka Shawn C. Phillips. The film's premise is simple, five friends get killed while on a camping trip in the woods, but the charm comes from the low budget production that stars our good friend Lee Vervoort (Gun Town), Stacey Dixon (Thong Girl 4: The Body Electric), and David Chattam.
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The Lashman "Indie" Horror Film Trailer - "Not Just Another Campfire Tale"

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Indie horror is where many get their start, it's the life blood of the horror genre spirit and this film looks like classic throwback to the yesteryear. The Lashman is a tale of Terror. Five friends set out for a weekend camping excursion to find that their camp fire tales have turned into their worst nightmares....

The Lashman features a bevy of fresh faces. including Stacey Dixon (Monster Cruise, Old Habits Die Hard) , Shawn C. Phillips (Assault of the Sasquatch, Banshee, TV’s Look) , Jeremy Jones (Decision, TV’s Dreadful Hallowgreen Special) David Vaughan (Crazy Girl), and Kaylee Williams (The Many Monsters of Sarah Roth, Zombie Babies).

The movie was filmed on location in Western Kentucky in the Summer of 2010 and is written, produced, and directed by Cameron McCasland marking his debut as a feature film director, after a number of music video and television directing work.

Also joining the
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Camping + teens + sex = Death! Trailer debut of "The Lashman"

A bevy of indie horror film vets including Stacey Dixon (Monster Cruise, Old Habits Die Hard) , Shawn C. Phillips (Assault of the Sasquatch, Banshee, TV’s Look) , Jeremy Jones (Decision, TV’s Dreadful Hallowgreen Special), David Vaughan (Crazy Girl), and Kaylee Williams (The Many Monsters of Sarah Roth, Zombie Babies), star in a new horror film that recalls the spirit of the early to mid 80's slasher from Red Headed Revolution Pictures of

The Lashman

A Cameron McCasland Film

Red Headed Revolution Pictures has debuted the teaser trailer (seen below, towards the bottom of this post) for “The Lashman” from filmmaker Cameron McCasland. The teaser trailer coincides with the first poster image and website launch of Lashmanmovie.com

The Lashman is a tale of terror involving five friends who set out for a weekend camping excursion to find that their camp fire tales have turned into their worst nightmares. The Lashman
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Teaser Trailer for Horror Film "The Lashman" Unleashed

by Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

The folks over at Red Headed Revolution Pictures have released a teaser trailer for their bloody campfire flick called The Lashman.

The film is by Cameron McCasland, and the teaser trailer aligns with the first poster key art and the official website launch of the movie, www.LashmanMovie.com. Check out the teaser trailer below, it looks pretty creepy and has an old style throwback feel to it. Enjoy!

About The Lashman

The Lashman is a tale of Terror. Five friends set out for a weekend camping excursion to find that their camp fire tales have turned into their worst nightmares.

The Lashman features a variety of fresh faces, including Stacey Dixon (Monster Cruise, Old Habits Die Hard) , Shawn C. Phillips (Assault of the Sasquatch, Banshee, TV’s Look) , Jeremy Jones (Decision, TV’s Dreadful Hallowgreen Special) David Vaughan (Crazy Girl), and Kaylee Williams(The Many Monsters of Sarah Roth,
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Gun Town is Having a Sale

Director Lee Vervoort wants his friends at Horror Yearbook to know that his independent film Gun Town, is only $9.99 if you buy it directly from GunTownTheMovie.com. The action filled DVD contains plenty of bonus features including: A video tour or the Gun Town set, bloopers from the cast & crew, trailers, photos and the “Curse & Dying” cut of the film which features nothing but cussing and killing.
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Do Horror Movie Trailers Show us too Much?

Have you heard about that new movie coming out? It has "so and so" in it and has what seems to be a compelling story. All the pieces are there right? Then all the sudden Whamo! Here comes the trailer and guess what? It's too damn long and shows us too much!...

Have we struck a nerve, are you sitting there thinking to yourself yeah that happens all the time! The almighty movie trailer/teaser/preview. Action packed, dashing and full of information...too much information. When we watch a movie trailer, we are excited to see what the film is all about. That's fine and dandy but I've noticed that sometimes it's a bit much.

A movie trailer in my opinion should be about a minute to a minute and a half long max. That's plenty of time to share what the film is basically about. If it's any more than that,
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Trailer for Short Film ‘Heartless: The Story of the Tinman’

“Here is a story you think you know, but do not.” So the tagline goes for the new short film Heartless: The Story of the Tinman by Whitestone Motion Pictures.

Heartless was written and directed by Brandon McCormick and co-written by Charlie Wetzel, both of Whitestone Motion Pictures. It’s based on the original classic story by L. Frank Baum (Wonderful Wizard of Oz) and tells the story of how the Tinman ended up the way he was when Dorothy found him in the woods. It stars Elizabeth Keener (The Golden Samovar) as the Maiden, Mark Ashworth (That’s Magic!) as the Tinner and Joshua Harrison (Gun Town) as the Woodsman/Tinman.

Mackenzie Reiland from Whitestone told me:

“The idea came from reading the source material in Wonderful Wizard of Oz and realizing how powerful and relevant the myth of the Tinman really is. The myth speaks to a modern
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It Came From The Mailbox: Gun Town!

Y'all best put on your shitkickers! It's time to take a twisted trip back to old west with Lee Vervoort's Gun Town. The town in question is a backwoods tourist attraction that promises travelers a taste of the wild west. Back in 1979, an unfortunate accident involving alcohol causes the proprietor and sheriff of Gun Town – Frank Bailey, to snap and kill one of the tourists. Frank is later declared insane and serves 30 years in a mental institution. Things go from bad to worse for Frank when a fire breaks out at the asylum and leaves his face and body horribly burned.
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Indie Horror Western Guntown on DVD

Gun Town Is Now Available On DVD Nashville, Tn (12.01.09) L.A.V. Pictures proudly presents their rip roaring horror western adventure Gun Town on DVD . Brimming with Action, Gun play, and a rocking soundtrack. Gun Town is a action filled tale of group of long time friends who go for a joy ride after high school graduation. The gang finds more than they bargained for when they meet the reclusive Bailey Clan of Gun Town. It’s draw of die, as the body count piles up. Gun Town marks the directorial debut of Lee Vervoort, who has appeared in dozens of film and television productions as an actor and stuntman.

Vervoort also stars in the movie alongside a talented cast of fresh faces including Christianna Aronstam, Lauren Hoffman, Morgan Graham, Weston Brann, Andrew Thornhill, Joshua Harrison, Matt Snyder, Andy Grace, and Tim Emery as Dr. Sawbones. Gun Town was shot
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