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Cell Trailer


Think of all the things you use your cell phone for. We communicate using it. We pay bills using it. We work using it. Now think of the last time you weren’t connected at the hip with your phone. Today we rely on this small device to help us function, but what happens if it starts to change the way we function? The first trailer for Cell shows us how our cell phones could really turn us into the zombies we look like.

Cell is based on the 2006 Stephen King Novel of the same name that warns how mindless these tools can make us. Clayton Riddel (John Cusack) is separated from his family when “the pulse” begins to affect cell phone users world wide. As he struggles to survive the chaos he is joined by Tom McCourt (Samuel L. Jackson) and teenager Alice Maxwell (Isabelle Fuhrman) on a journey to escape New England and the crumbling civilization.

Plot: When a mysterious cell phone signal causes apocalyptic chaos, an artist is determined to reunite with his young son in New England.

Directed By: Tod Williams
Written By: Adam Alleca and based on the novel by Stephen King
Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, John Cusack, Isabelle Fuhrma


To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story

Kane-Poster-Andrew-Edit_ocbinvWhen it comes to horror fans, Kane Hodder is a household name. He’s played some of our favorite bad guys, including Jason Voorhees in the Friday the 13th series and Victor Corley in Hatchet. Kane Hodder isn’t just a giant scary actor, but in person he’s likely to be one of the nicest people you’ve ever met. And although Kane’s career is based on cinematic horror, he’s experienced quite a bit of real life horror as well. It’s a not so secret fact that the reason Kane always wears gloves is to cover his burn scars but nobody really knows what happened. Now, Kane Hodder the Producers of To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story (Derek Dennis Herbet and Andrew T. Barcello) have joined together to create a documentary to not only tell Kane’s story, but raise awareness about burn survivors and raise money for The Bothin Burn Center in San Fransisco, where Kane’s life was saved.

See below for more information on this documentary, and head over to the Indiegogo to show your support!

From the Indiegogo: “To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story is the definitive and exclusive biographical documentary on horror icon, Kane Hodder, featuring co-stars and colleagues, such as Cassandra Peterson (Elvira: Mistress of the Dark), Robert Englund, Bruce Campbell, Bill Moseley, Sid Haig, Danielle Harris, Sean S. Cunningham, Adam Green, Twiztid, and many others.”

“The Bothin Burn Center in San Francisco, CA is not only responsible for bringing Kane Hodder back from the brink of death, but also saving countless lives since opening in 1967. As the first burn center in California, the Bothin Burn Center continuously innovates and treats burns from critical care through rehabilitation.

With your support, we can donate to the burn center, celebrate the premiere with burn survivors and fans, and go to as many conventions as we can to bring this documentary to the masses.”


Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining by More4

More4, a UK television station found the most clever and haunting way to promote it’s season of Stanley Kubrick movies. Check out the incredible point of view promo below, recreating what it may have looked like for Stanely Kubrick himself to walk through the set of The Shining.