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Snapshots: "The Walking Dead" Season 3 is almost here!

"The Walking Dead" season 3 is about to begin! Check out 50 hi-res images from the new season, and don't forget to check out AMC'S zombie epic starting October 14th.

Posters: "The Collection" drops this November

Marcus Dunstan, writer of "Saw" 4, 5 and 6, returns with "The Collection", the sequel to his film "The Collector" from 2009. Check it out November 30th. (click poster to enhance)

Trailers: "Video Diary of a Lost Girl" is like Pee-Wee's Playhouse meets Troma

With all the generic mainstream stuff we see cross our desk every day, it's really refreshing to see an indie film with such a distinct visual style. "Video Diary of a Lost Girl" is pretty low budget, but promises to be a unique film viewing experience. Be on the lookout for a review soon and check them out on Facebook for more info.

Snapshots: Ohay there, Danielle Harris ("Dead.tv")

I'm not all that interested in this movie, called "Dead.tv", but I'd like to shake the hand of the man who got Eric Roberts and Danielle Harris together for this publicity still. I propose their next film is a remake of "Bonnie and Clyde". Just imagine it...

Trailers: "Paranormal Activity 4", more scares, more product placement!

Here's the latest trailer for "Paranormal Activity 4" which gets released October 19th in the US. We get a lot more scares, more plot and some infuriating product placement for the Kinect on XBOX 360. You know, I have done a really good job not feeling bad about liking these movies, and they just might be ruining it for me. Now if you'll excuse me, I suddenly have the urge to go out and buy a system that allows me to play motion games on my XBOX...

Trailers: Park Chan-wook brings English debut to states

Famed "Old Boy" director Park Chan-Wook is set to make his English language debut with "Stoker", and the film now has a locked in release date of March 1st, 2013.

The full trailer is below, complete with a joke about how "Stoker" sounds like "Stroker". Sick burn, high school guy. Also, Nichole Kidman's creepy face...

Trailers: Former Rue Morgue editor's debut gets picked up

Rodrigo Gudino, the original Editor of Canadian horror mag Rue Morgue, finds his directorial debut being picked up by Anchor Bay Canada, for a 2013 release. I interviewed Gudino years ago and came away from it thinking he was incredibly intelligent and passionate about the genre. I can't speak to the quality of "The Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh", but this teaser makes it look pretty interesting. Either way, Gudino is someone we want championing the genre.

US distribution isn't hammered out yet, but don't be surprised if it happens soon.

NARR8 - Bringing horror fiction to your smart device "soon"

NAAR8 describes itself as a "free, interactive series" that is "coming soon" to the App store. It's going to be a combination of interactive stories, articles and motion comics. It's hard to tell if it's going to be something worth checking out, but if it's truly free, and the trailer below is at all indicative of quality, it's at least worth a look. Also, holy cow that's a cool website (load it and scroll down). Stop judging me, I like shiny things...

Game Trailers: "Resident Evil 6" teases its story

I still say wake me up when they make an RE game that plays like something made in the 21st century, but this story trailer for "Resident Evil 6" is pretty damn cool. If any of you guys end up playing it and it's good, let me know... unless there are any sequences in which you collect pieces of a pendant in order to unlock a door. If that happens at any point, forget it, leave me out of this...

Posters: "Best Worst Movie" mastermind debuts "The American Scream"

You may remember Michael Paul Stephenson as the guy who directed "Best Worst Movie", the breakout hit documentary from a few years back about "Troll 2". Stephenson was also the child star of that film, and "Best Worst Movie" was in part a response to his discovery that the infamously bad "Troll 2" had become something of a cult classic with kids who grew up watching it on HBO in the 90's.

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