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TV: "Holliston" Fans! There's A Live-Chat With Cast And Crew Tonight At 7PM PST / 10PM EST

When I first heard about “Holliston” I wasn’t sure what to expect. I didn’t know if it was going to be an ongoing meta commentary about the careers of Joe Lynch (director of Wrong Turn 2 the upcoming Knights Of Badassdom and the even more upcoming Everly) and Adam Green (Hatchet, Frozen) or if it was going to be some weird “Family Guy”-esque string of horror non-sequiturs. Turns out it’s neither. As you may know by now, it’s 100% a sitcom. Not a documentary style half-hour comedy like “Parks And Rec” or a single-cam show like “Community”, but an old-school three-camera proscenium sitcom taped in front of an audience.

And it’s first season was enough of a hit that the cast and crew are prepping Season 2. In fact, tonight at 7pm PST / 10pm EST, the cast of Holliston will be conducting a live video chat from Season 2 rehearsal. Fans can chat directly with Adam Green, Joe Lynch, Corri English, and Laura Ortiz as well as Season 2 director Sean Becker and cinematographer Will Barratt as they show you an intimate look inside the ArieScope studio rehearsal space, answer your chat room questions, and discuss the upcoming second season which begins filming in just a few short weeks. Simply go to FEARnet to join in and take part in this fan event.

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[San Diego Comic-Con'12 Interview] 'Hatchet III' Director BJ McDonnell and Producer Adam Green

Dark Sky Films and creator Adam Green are once again heading back to the swamps with Hatchet III, this time around being directed by BJ McDonnell, and starring Danielle Harris, Kane Hodder, Derek Mears, Caroline Williams, Sean Whalen, Diane Goldner, Jason Trost, Zach Galligan, Cody Blue Snider and Rileah Vanderbilt.

To go along with our previous interview with stars Kane Hodder and Zach Galligan, Bloody’s Evan Dickson sent in his brief chat with creator Adam Green and new director BJ McDonnell! Deets inside.

This time, “The story finds Harris hunting down the true secret to ending the voodoo curse that has left Crowley’s ghost terrorizing Honey Island Swamp for decades. Mears will play a brooding, pompous SWAT team leader who is sent in to contain the carnage strewn about the haunted swamp. Williams will play a fast-talking journalist who fancies herself an expert on the legend of supernatural stalker Crowley.READ MORE

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[San Diego Comic-Con '12 Interview] 'Hatchet III' Stars Kane Hodder and Zach Galligan

Dark Sky Films and creator Adam Green are once again heading back to the swamps with Hatchet III, this time around being directed by BJ McDonnell, and starring Danielle Harris, Kane Hodder, Derek Mears, Caroline Williams, Sean Whalen, Diane Goldner, Jason Trost, Zach Galligan, Cody Blue Snider and Rileah Vanderbilt.

Bloody Disgusting’s Evan Dickson is running around the convention like a madman and has sent in the following interview with star Kane Hodder, who plays the infamous Victor Crowley, as well as newcomer and Gremlins star Zach Galligan. Read it inside!

This time, “The story finds Harris hunting down the true secret to ending the voodoo curse that has left Crowley’s ghost terrorizing Honey Island Swamp for decades. Mears will play a brooding, pompous SWAT team leader who is sent in to contain the carnage strewn about the haunted swamp. Williams will play a fast-talking journalist who fancies herself an expert on the legend of supernatural stalker Crowley.READ MORE

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[San Diego Comic-Con '12] Meet Victor Crowley In Bloody 'Hatchet III' Poster!

This Saturday, July 14th, Dark Sky Films and ArieScope Pictures will be distributing limited edition teaser posters for their upcoming horror sequel Hatchet III exclusively at San Diego Comic-Con. On-hand at SDCC to sign the posters will be writer/producer Adam Green, director BJ McDonnell, and cast members Kane Hodder, Zach Galligan, Caroline Williams, and Rileah Vanderbilt.

The teaser poster, featuring Kane Hodder as slasher icon Victor Crowley, offers fans their first look at producer Adam Green’s hotly-anticipated film.

The official Hatchet III signing will be held on Saturday, July 14th on the San Diego Comic-Con floor at area/table AA21 from 02:30 PM – 04:30 PM. Each fan who comes to the signing will receive a free limited edition poster, which will only be available at Comic-Con 2012. Fans can also catch Victor Crowley walking the convention floor throughout the day, and those who snap a picture of themselves with Crowley and tweet it (tagging @darkskyfilms), will be entered to win a Hatchet Army t-shirt and limited edition poster. READ MORE

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Full 'Hatchet III' Cast Heading To Victor Crowley's Swamps

Victor Crowley is officially returning as pre-production is underway in New Orleans on Hatchet III, which has officially revealed the throwback cast.

Here’s who will be heading to the Louisiana swamps: Derek Mears (Friday the 13th), Caroline Williams (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2), Diane Goldner (The Collector) and The FP writer-director Jason Trost. Also officially added is The People Under the Stairs star Sean Whalen, whom Bloody Disgusting exclusively announced on April 25; it’s a nice bit of toldja so to those horror sites that reported we were wrong.

Original Hatchet cameraman BJ McDonnell is making his directorial debut with Dark Sky Films and ArieScope Pictures’ horror sequel, which stars previously announced horror icons Danielle Harris and Kane Hodder as “Bayou Butcher” Victor Crowley. “The story finds Harris hunting down the true secret to ending the voodoo curse that has left Crowley’s ghost terrorizing Honey Island Swamp for decades.” Mears will play a brooding, pompous SWAT team leader who is sent in to contain the carnage strewn about the haunted swamp. Williams will play a fast-talking journalist who fancies herself an expert on the legend of supernatural stalker Crowley.

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'Hatchet 3's Victor Crowley Has His Second Victim...

With Danielle Harris now confirmed to return as Marybeth in Dark Sky Films’ Hatchet III, Bloody Disgusting exclusively learned that Sean Whalen (pictured inside), best known for roles in Wes Craven’s People Under the Stairs and Rob Halls’ FX heavy Laid to Rest, is also locked in for a trip to the bloody swamp to come face-to-face with Victor Crowley.

Hatchet 3 will be written and produced by series creator Adam Green who is handing the directing reigns over to longtime camera operator BJ McDonnell. It will continue where the story left off in Hatchet 2, as a young woman sought revenge on the malevolent Victor Crowley who killed her family while they were fishing in Louisiana swamp country.

Hatchet 3 is currently prepping and is about to shoot in and around New Orleans, Louisiana. ArieScope Pictures and Dark Sky Films will likely release the film sometime in 2013. READ MORE

Danielle Harris Confirms Role In 'Hatchet 3'!

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I think a lot of us were assuming that Danielle Harris (Among Friends, Hatchet 2) would reprise her role as Marybeth in Hatchet 3, and now that assumption has been confirmed.

Speaking with OBX Entertainment Harris said, “I’m excited to be starting Hatchet III next. It’s going to be great.” This is from an appearance at this past weekend’s “Blood On The Beach” convention, and OBX claims she gave the statement yesterday. Given the timing and the fact that Hatchet 3 is currently prepping and is about to shoot in and around New Orleans, Louisiana – I’d say the margin for error is pretty low.

Hatchet 3 will be written and produced by series creator Adam Green who is handing the directing reigns over to longtime camera operator BJ McDonnell. It will continue where the story left off in Hatchet 2, as a young woman sought revenge on the malevolent Victor Crowley who killed her family while they were fishing in Louisiana swamp country. ArieScope Pictures and Dark Sky Films will likely release the film sometime in 2013.

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[Interview] Adam Green And Joe Lynch Talk Sitcoms, Horror Fans, And All That Is "Holliston"!

HollistonLand40212 [Interview] Adam Green And Joe Lynch Talk Sitcoms, Horror Fans, And All That Is Holliston!

When I first heard about “Holliston” I wasn’t really sure what to expect. I didn’t know if it was going to be an ongoing meta commentary about the careers of Joe Lynch (director of Wrong Turn 2 and Knights Of Badassdom) and Adam Green (Hatchet, Frozen) or if it was going to be some weird “Family Guy”-esque string of horror non-sequiturs. Turns out it’s neither. As you may know by now, it’s 100% a sitcom. Not a documentary style half-hour comedy like “Parks And Rec” or a single-cam show like “Community”, but an old-school three-camera proscenium sitcom taped in front of an audience.

While it’s a show made by, and in part for, horror fans – it’s worth noting that “Holliston” is concerned with more than just in-jokes and gory references (although there are plenty). The characters of Laura (Laura Ortiz) and Corri (Corri English) are featured almost as prominently as Lynch and Green, and the show has a lot on its mind in regard to relationships, disappointment, and the pursuit of “the dream”.

In advance of tonight’s premiere of the show, I visited the duo at Green’s Ariescope offices this past Friday. We chatted about a wide-ranging swath of topics – the show, Hatchet 3, Digging Up The Marrow and Lynch’s upcoming Everly – for about an hour and a half before Green and I sat down to watch some additional “Holliston” footage (and definitively conclude that “Mechanical Animals” is the best Manson record).

”Holliston” premieres tonight at 1030PM ET on FEARnet. If you don’t have cable, the show is available for purchase on iTunes 24 hours after the initial airing.

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TV: It's The Full Promo For 'Holliston'

 TV: Its The Full Promo For Holliston

Adam Green’s (Hatchet, Hatchet II, Frozen) long-time dream project comes to life with horror pal Joe Lynch (Knights of Badassdom, Wrong Turn 2) when their horror sitcom “Holliston” premieres on FEARnet television Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012, at 10:30 p.m. ET.

While horror fans have heard quite a bit about the project, Hitfix has now premiered the first full 60-second promo that’s been added below.

“Holliston” is a riotous and offbeat multi-camera, buddy comedy set in the town of Holliston (near Boston). Described by its creators as “”The Big Bang Theory” meets Evil Dead II,” the series shines a light on the post-college life where everything is a struggle, and nothing works out like it’s supposed to, with terrifyingly funny results as Adam and Joe struggle to become big-time horror filmmakers and make ends meet.

“Holliston” stars Green and Lynch along with Corri English (Unrest, The Bedford Diaries, lead singer of Brokedown Cadillac), Laura Ortiz (The Hills Have Eyes, Horton Hears A Who), Dee Snider (“Celebrity Apprentice”, Twisted Sister, Strangeland, radio/television personality), and Oderus Urungus (Alien lead singer from legendary heavy metal band GWAR). The regular cast will welcome a bevy of guest stars and celebrity cameos during its first season. Upcoming guest appearances include: Colton Dunn (Hatchet II, “Parks and Recreation”), Danielle Harris (Halloween 4 and 5), Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th Parts VII and VIII, Hatchet), John Landis (An American Werewolf in London, Animal House), Derek Mears (Friday the 13th), Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects), Brian Posehn (“The Sarah Silverman Show”), Parry Shen (Hatchet, Better Luck Tomorrow), Tony Todd (Candyman, Hatchet), Ray Wise (Chillerama, “Reaper”). READ MORE

Who Woulda Thunk? 'Chillerama' Plays Better Without 'Werebear'!

ChillLand120211 Who Woulda Thunk? Chillerama Plays Better Without Werebear!

When I saw Chillerama at the Hollywood Forever cemetery over the summer it was with grave (sorry) disappointment that I had to report that it hadn’t exactly blown my skirt up. Despite liking some elements of the film I had to give it a 4/10 Review.

It was a bummer because I typically like Adam Green and Joe Lynch’s output. And even though I especially dug Adam Rifkin’s segment, I can’t just review the bits I like – I have to review the whole film. Movies are more than the sum of their parts, which is an axiom that can take a harsh turn when you have a part as rancid as “I Was A Teenage Werebear“. A gangrenous leg can kill an entire man after all. But what happens if you remove that leg? Your patient lives.

Earlier this week, I caught a screening of Chillerama at USC in which the “Werebear” segment was omitted. The result was markedly better. Since it was a screening for students it was decided that only the segments of the directors who were able to attend would be shown – to ensure more time (and a more relevant line of questioning) for the Q&A afterwards.

I have to say that, as I suspected, the whole thing just feels and flows better. Without the additional segment, I was no longer too worn out and exhausted to enjoy the merits of the film.

Now, it’s still not Green and Lynch’s best work. It’s a side project movie and it feels like one. But at least now the cheap gory thrills that it has to offer can be taken more in stride and it’s something that you and your buddies can crack open a few beers and watch without feeling like an endurance challenge. “Zom-B-Movie” benefits greatly from the omission since we’re not required to spend too much time away from its characters and “The Diary Of Ann Frankenstein” feels more like a simple pleasure rather than something you watch while recovering from the wrath of “Werebear”. “Wadzilla” remains the high opening note that it always was. It’s also worth noting that movies like this just weren’t meant to be two hours long – 90 or so minutes is far more manageable.

Now this version isn’t available for purchase, but seeing it reinforces a hunch I had back when I wrote our chopping list. If you’re a fan of these guys, it’s safe to pick it up on Blu-ray. Just make sure your remote is handy for the one (or two) clicks it takes to make the viewing more expedient. READ MORE

MGM Serving Adam Green's 'Killer Pizza'

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MGM is in talks to acquire Killer Pizza, an Adam Green (Hatchet, Hatchet II, Frozen) spec script adaptation of the Greg Taylor book about a 14-year old boy who lands a summer job at a pizza joint that is actually a front for a monster hunting enterprise. Sounds like Lover Boy with monsters! Green talked to Bloody about the film last August.

Talks are underway for Rafaella De Laurentiis to produce with 1492 Pictures and CJ Entertainment. 1492 Entertainment’s Chris Columbus brought it to MGM after meeting with the brass there and sensing the studio’s appetite for Gremlins and Goonies-type fare, and Killer Pizza fit that bill. READ MORE

'Hatchet' Camerman Gets Directing Opportunity on 'Hatchet 3'

BJ McDonnell, who as cameraman helped make Hatchet and Hatchet II two of the most effective slasher films of recent years, will make his directorial debut on Hatchet 3.

The long-awaited announcement was made today by franchise creator Adam Green. Green, who wrote and directed the first two films in the series, and whom will work closely with McDonnell on all aspects of the production.

Hatchet 3 will continue where the story left off in Hatchet 2, as a young woman sought revenge on the malevolent monster that killed her family while they were fishing in Louisiana swamp country.

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[Special Report] Adam Green, Joe Lynch And Adam Rifkin Speak From Amongst The Graves At 'Chillerama' Premiere!

Late last week I attended the US Premiere of Chillerama at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. After a tranquil hour milling about the interior of the main mausoleum (I’d obviously seen screenings in the cemetery but had never been inside the crypt before), sipping something called `Chill Out” (actually kind of tasty, but I like weird sour stuff), it was time to hit the red carpet.

The next hour would not be so tranquil. The red carpet was about 20 feet long (very, very small) and was EXTREMELY crowded. In short, it was utter chaos. The line started out orderly, but then Tim Sullivan (director of the Chillerama segment “I Was A Teenage Werebear”) started ‘directing’ the actual press event. He was pulling people in and out of interviews with various outlets and shuffling the order of who would walk where. Pretty soon it descended/ascended into chaos. Fun and exciting with lots of cool people, but chaos nonetheless. In fact, Tim was so busy hopping around I never got the chance to interview him. Maybe next time!

I did, however, get to spend a few minutes with the other three other directors of Chillerama. Adam Rifkin, Joe Lynch and Adam Green were all incredibly gracious and spoke with genuine enthusiasm about their love for this film, their upcoming projects and the horror community in general. Joe Lynch (despite being punched in the groin during our interview by Joel David Moore) also had some surprisingly fond comments for the MPAA.

Because the press line was so hectic I actually had to chase Green down a bit for my final interview of the night – right before he took the stage to introduce the film. He seemed incredibly grateful to be there (after a full day on set shooting “Holliston”) and his appreciation for his success and his fans was palpable. It was clearly a big night for him, and his fondness for the genre was legitimately infectious. It was a nice primer before I joined the audience to watch the film.

I also snagged a few quotes from Joel David Moore (“The Diary Of Anne Frankenstein”, Avatar), Lin Shaye (“I Was A Teenage Werebear”, A Nightmare On Elm Street), AJ Bowen (“Zom-B-Movie”, You’re Next), Kane Hodder (“The Diary Of Anne Frankenstein”, Friday The 13th Parts 7-10) and Derek Mears (Friday The 13th 2009, MacGruber).

Without further ado I present – in the order in which they appeared at the event – some of the highlights of the red carpet. Hit the jump to check it out!

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Chillerama (limited)

It’s the closing night at the last drive-in theater in America and Cecil B. Kaufman has planned the ultimate marathon of lost film prints to unleash upon his faithful cinephile patrons. Four films so rare that they have never been exhibited publicly on American soil until this very night! With titles like “Wadzilla,” “I Was A Teenage Werebear,” “The Diary of Anne Frankenstein,” and “Zom-B-Movie,” Chillerama not only celebrates the golden age of drive-in B horror shlock but also spans over four decades of cinema with something for every bad taste.

An anthology featuring the works of Adam Rifkin (“Wadzilla”), Joe Lynch (“Zom B Movie”), Tim Sullivan (“I Was a Teenage Werebear”) and Adam Green (“The Diary of Anne Frankenstein”).

'Chillerama' Trailer Emerges From The Grindhouse, What Do You Think?

The Chillerama trailer has finally arrived in anticipation of the film’s premiere on September 15th at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles.

So far it looks pretty fun to me. I’m not completely blown away (and I suspect I’ll like some of the four installments more than others) but I suppose the point is that this is kind of a lark for all involved, a chance to stretch out before their next feature.

From the depraved minds of directors Adam Rifkin (Detroit Rock City, The Dark Backward), Tim Sullivan (2001 Maniacs, Driftwood), Adam Green (Hatchet, Frozen), and Joe Lynch (Wrong Turn 2, Knights of Badassdom), Chillerama is a festival of gore, guts, goofiness and good times.

It’s the closing night at the last drive-in theater in America and Cecil B. Kaufman (Richard Riehle, Bridesmaids, Hatchet) has planned the ultimate marathon of lost film prints to unleash upon his faithful cinephile patrons. Four films so rare that they have never been exhibited publicly on American soil until this very night! What could possibly go wrong?

Chillerama is out on DVD and Blu-Ray November 29th. Check out the trailer after the jump.

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'Hatchet 3' Has Found a Director

We’ve known that Hatchet 3 will be happening for sometime now and it’s more or less been the assumption that Adam Green would hand the reigns to another director as he expands the scope of his career beyond Victor Crowley.

That assumption has now been confirmed, someone has the gig, but we’re not entirely sure who. Presumably an offer has been made and accepted and they’re just waiting for the dotted line to be signed.

I like the Hatchet films well enough and it’ll be interesting to see what direction they head in with someone new at the helm (with Green overseeing as producer and I’m guessing possibly writing). Hatchet 2 featured more than enough exposition for two films so maybe this one will really hit the ground running?

Green spoke to Bleeding Cool, “I hope everyone is excited because he was the right person for it. It’s not a name that everyone’s going to know, but when you hear who it is I think you’ll understand why I made the choice I did. What I can say is that he was my first choice all along, even when it came time to do the second one, at a certain point they wanted to do the second one and they didn’t want to wait for me, and this was the guy that I thought should do it. He’s been part of the ‘Hatchet’ family the whole way, and I will tease just by saying that he was there for everything. He’s the type of guy, he works on a lot of big movies, and if he’s wearing his ‘Hatchet’ crew shirt, and if the guy on the crew for, like ‘Transformers’ or whatever tries to talk shit, he physically beats the shit out of him. I’m going to be with him the whole way, I’m going to be by the camera the whole time, protecting him, helping him, and I hope it’s the best ‘Hatchet’ movie yet.”

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See Kane Hodder as Adam Green's Frankenstein Monster From 'Chillerama'

Image Entertainment recently announced a November 29 DVD and Blu-ray release for the horror anthology film Chillerama, what they’re calling “the ultimate midnight movie.” With a few clips already online, below you’ll find a look at Friday the 13th star Kane Hooder as the Frankenstein monster in Adam Green’s “The Diary of Anne Frankenstein”.

Produced by ArieScope Pictures and in the spirit of classic “omnibus” films like Dead of Night, Tales From the Crypt, Creepshow and Twilight Zone: The Movie, with four vignettes that not only celebrate the golden age of B-horror schlock but also nearly the entire history of horror cinema itself, Chillerama offers something for every bad taste. More details inside.

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OMFG Of The Day: 'Hatchet' And 'Hack/Slash' Collide This Winter In Series' 2011 Annual!

One of the trademarks of Tim Seeley’s ubber popular “HACK/SLASH” has always been the fact that the monthly will often implement the help of some of horror’s favorite icons. Recently that has been missing from the title, but come November the Image crew will be more than making up for it as they team-up with writer/director Adam Green for “HATCHET/SLASH”, the series’ all new 2011 annual, and the first from the publisher. Below you can check out all the killer deets and get your first look art the cover art…

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ILLUSTRATIONS BY: Ariel Zucker-Brull
COVERS BY: Tim Seeley, Mark Englert, and Ariel Zucker-Brull

“The biggest stars in comic book horror meet the biggest star in independent horror films as Cassie and Vlad meet Hatchet’s Victor Crowley! In the Louisiana Bayou, the murderous ghost of Victor Crowley is maiming tourists in creatively horrible ways. But in his blind murderous rampage, he may have created something worse than himself! Now, Cassie and Vlad are back in New Orleans, and it won’t be long before baseball bat meets hatchet and deformed mutant meets deformed mutant!”

“HACK/SLASH ANNUAL” Drops November 2nd From Image Comics! (MSRP – $4.99)
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Poster For Green And Pardee's 'Digging Up The Marrow' Doc

Earlier this week, Adam Green announced his documentary about monster art, Digging Up The Marrow, which he’s collaborating on with Alex Pardee, who made a limited edition screen print for Hatchet II. Personally, my walls are lined with “monster art” and the like, so I’m jazzed about this.

There’s really not much to go on at this point, as the doc is just entering the first phase of its production and won’t be out until 2013. In the meantime, Green and Pardee will be appearing at the San Diego Comic-Con on Friday July 22nd at the ZeroFriends booth to sign limited edition posters for the upcoming project. Check out the poster after the jump and if you’re going to Comic-Con next week, stop by and grab one.
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'80s-Styled One Sheet for 'Chillerama'

Image Entertainment has acquired all distribution rights to the horror anthology film Chillerama, what they’re calling “the ultimate midnight movie.” Plans call for a theatrical and potential “road show” release in early fall (much like what Kevin Smith is doing with Red State), with VOD and DVD targeted for the end of the year. Check out the newly released poster inside that screams 1980′s.

Produced by ArieScope Pictures and in the spirit of classic “omnibus” films like Dead of Night, Tales From the Crypt, Creepshow and Twilight Zone: The Movie, with four vignettes that not only celebrate the golden age of B-horror schlock but also nearly the entire history of horror cinema itself, Chillerama offers something for every bad taste. More details inside.

 80s Styled One Sheet for Chillerama

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OMFG Of The Day #2: Fright-Rags.com Announces 3 Brand Spankin' New 'Hatchet' Themed Tees!

As I was sitting here writing up today’s batch of news, and had thought that I had already seen the absolute coolest thing that there was in my inbox for the day, all of a sudden our friends over at Fright-Rags.com sent over this juicy little tid-bit of news that we could not resist bringing you. Today it has been formally announced that the horror themed clothing company will be partnering up with Ariescope Pictures to bring fans exclusive tees themed after some of the companies’ most popular horror flicks. The first? Adam Green’s “HATCHET”! Inside you can check out the specs for all three of the shirts and get all the details. Read on for the skinny…

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Exclusive Interview: We Chat With Frozen Composer Andy Garfield

I don’t know about you guys, but I’m a big fan of Adam Green‘s Frozen. I think Brad (Mr. Disgusting) hit the nail on the head with his review. So I’m thrilled that I got the chance to do an interview with Andy Garfield, composer of Frozen. If you head on past the jump, you’ll be able to read about Andy‘s history with composing, the various techniques he uses while scoring, and what his drink of choice was during the Frozen composing process. Also, don’t forget to pick up your copy of the soundtrack here.

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Will Danielle Harris Return in 'Hatchet III'?

Update: Sources tell us she’s still in TALKS, and not signed on just yet.

Bloody Disgusting learned that Danielle Harris will could return as Marybeth in Dark Sky Films’ Hatchet III, which is still in search of a director.

‘Hatchet III’ will continue where the story left off in ‘Hatchet II,’ as a young woman sought revenge on the malevolent monster that killed her family while they were fishing in Louisiana swamp country.

Franchise creator Adam Green is penning the screenplay, but it is unknown whether or not he’ll decide to direct.

Harris can be seen in the forthcoming Stake Land (in theaters April 22) and ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2, and starred in Rob Zombie’s Halloween and Halloween II.

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