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The Doll From "The Conjuring" is the Star of John Leonetti's "Annabelle" (Trailer)

"The Conjuring" was a divisive movie. You either really dug it, or really didn't care for it. So which camp were you in? I hope it's the camp that liked it, because your'e getting more!

Horror Shorts: "Sunday Best"

There's a new horror short making it's way around the festival circuit and judging by the trailer, it looks pretty darn creepy. Clive Tonge is the director of "Sunday Best", a horror short filmed on just a 750 dollar budget and starring Bill Fellows (Downton Abbey, The Tournament), Andrew Squires and Valerie Shields. Here's the official synopsis:

Trailer: "Big Top Evil" (2012)

Creepy clowns have always been at the top of my horror movie guilty pleasures list. The trailer for the trailer for the upcoming "Big Top Evil" is chock full of creepy clown goodness and I'm definitely looking forward to checking this out. The film, directed by Sean Haitz and Chris Potter, is described as an indie circus thriller with a bit of dark comedy mixed in. It was filmed on a 20,000 dollar budget in the famous circus town of Sarasota and even includes famous circus acts from the Ringling Brothers and high wire act, Alex Wallenda. Check out the official synopsis:

Trailer: "Sinister" (2012)

"Sinister" is a new supernatural thriller from the producer of the "Paranormal Activity" films and the writer/director of "The Exorcism of Emily Rose". Ethan Hawke plays a true crime novelist who discovers a box of mysterious, disturbing home movies that plunge his family into a nightmarish experience of supernatural horror. The early buzz around this film promises a creepy atmosphere and a lot of scares. Plus, Ethan Hawke is in it, so I'm already sold. "Sinister" will be hitting theaters just in time for the Halloween boom on October 5, 2012.

Trailer: ABC's "666 Park Ave"

Okay ABC, my interest has officially been peaked. "666 Park Ave" looks like just the right mix of supernatural fun and cheesy soap opera charm to have me pretty damn excited for your new fall lineup. The new horror series, which is based on a book series by Gabriella Pierce, centers around a couple who experience supernatural occurrences while moving into their dream apartment. The series stars Lost's own Terry O'Quinn, as well as Rachael Taylor, Dave Annable, and Vanessa WIlliams. "666 Park Ave" will air Sunday nights this fall. Check out the official synopsis:

Trailer: "Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel" (2011)

Director Alex Stapleton brings us a highly anticipated documentary about Roger Corman, the king of B-movie making. The documentary features interviews with Quentin Tarantino, Ron Howard, Eli Roth, Brett Ratner and Robert DeNiro among others as well as a ton of archival footage following Corman's career. "Corman's World" opens in select theaters on December 16, 2011. Here's the official synopsis:

Trailer: "Devil's Night" (2011)

Our favorite little scream queen Danielle Harris stars in the Canadian film, "Devil's Night" about a masked killer who stalks a fraternity and their girlfriends. Why would anyone want to bump off a bunch of fraternity brothers one by one you ask? Well, it just so happens that this fraternity was involved in a Halloween prank the year before that resulted in the death of a teen. "Devil's Night" is written and directed by Christopher Harrison and stars Danielle Harris, Steve Byers and Shawn Roberts.

Trailer: "Cannibal" (2010)

In what seems to be a different take on the whole cannibal in the middle of the woods sub genre, writer and director Benjamin Vire, brings us the Belgian movie "Cannibal" about a man who develops a romantic relationship with a cannibalistic woman.

Trailer: "Blood Runs Cold" (2011)

When the summer season comes to an end, I love to check out new horror flicks to mix into my Halloween season rotation of favorites. A possible candidate? The Swedish slasher flick "Blood Runs Cold". First time feature film director Sonny Laguna, brings us this ultra low budget slasher flick, which was shot for just $5,000 US. The plot is a typical slasher set up, having our main character, Winona, vacationing in a remote location just as a storm's a brewing. As usual, a killer is lurking nearby, waiting to chop her and her friends up with an axe.

Trailer: "Exit 33" (2011)

If there's one thing I can say after watching the trailer for "Exit 33", it's that Kane Hodder does a great job at playing the creepy dude. Does that make this movie look good? Meh. While the plot seems to be typical slasher like stuff, the trailer does seem to offer is a ton of disturbing imagery and gore. This self described "bloody throwback slasher" was released on DVD and VOD just this week.

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