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savagesistasIt Came From the Indies is back with a chat with Dan Smith who is ready to strike out with his debut feature SAVAGE SISTAS. A backroad desert horror movie with a Blaxploitation twist Dan aims to show four African American women protagonists who are realistic, believable characters and not the usual racial and genre cliches. Martin is joined by Ashlee from Graveyard Shift Sisters to talk with Dan about the movie, genre filmmaking, Blaxploitation and more! A great listen. Next week we have Steward Thorndyke, director of LYLE and the upcoming PUTNEY.

Check out Savage Sistas through the Official Website and Facebook page. Also take a gander at Dan’s kickass Tumblr!

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Cinemosity 62 – Dead Silence

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You got gossip in my bad movie! No, you got bad movie in my gossip! It’s Cinemosity! Mucho celebrity gossip and movie news, plus Martin rants and raves about Eli Roth and other random stuff. Then it’s James Wan’s second feature DEAD SILENCE where you can see the blueprint for his most popular movies (and Annabelle) in embryonic form. It’s wacky, it’s silly, it’s not as scary as it should have been but dammit, it’s a good time anyway. Our next movie is the 2013 remake of CARRIE, currently available on Netflix Instant and other streamy places. Thanks for listening!

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silk01Cinemosity is back! Starting off with the usual celebrity gossip and finely picked pop culture news before heading into this week’s bad movie: HALLOWEEN 6 THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS. It’s a bad movie, mad worse by the massive amount of studio interference which is a story far more interesting than the one in the movie itself. If you want to see the Producers Cut of Halloween 6 it’s part of the new Halloween: The Complete Collection or from many fine bootleggers.

Our next movie is James Wan’s DEAD SILENCE which you can watch on Netflix Instant. His sophomore effort after the genre-defining SAW it’s a very silly movie but at the same time really shows the direction James Wan would go in with his later horror films INSIDIOUS and THE CONJURING. Check it out!

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The_Canal_2014_Irish_horror_movie_posterThis week Martin has a chat with Rupert Evans, star of Irish horror movie THE CANAL from writer/director Ivan Kavanagh. They talk about the movie, some of the preparation and the process involved, and also Rupert’s current project; a pilot based on Phillip K. Dick’s The Man in the High Castle. Rupert was an incredibly nice chap and he puts in a great performance in THE CANAL, an incredibly atmospheric and doom-laden horror film full of nightmarish imagery and a lot of great scares. Don’t let THE CANAL fly under your radar and check it out starting 10/10/14!

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silent_tricialeeTricia Lee joins Martin this week to talk about her film, the newly released SILENT RETREAT and also other projects. They also talk about the experience of being an indie filmmaker and being a lady filmmaker in an industry typically dominated by men. A great interview! Martin also touches on recent horror films Inner Demons and The Taking of Deborah Logan and how mental health is portrayed in horror.

You can buy a DVD of Silent Retreat through Black Fawn Distribution or you can watch it through your VOD source of choice such as Amazon. Find out more about Tricia Lee and her projects (and her pole dancing equipment store!) by visiting Film Monkey dot ca

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whipping_boyThis week Martin talks to Michael Chance, director of the superb short film Project Arbiter and the upcoming contest entry Whipping Boy. Michael’s techniques and ways of doing things really shine through in his current projects, this is a guy who understands how the Internet can be used to source talent and to gain followings and it will be exciting to see what he and his creative partners come up with next. Project Arbiter is posted after the jump along with a couple project teasers and once Whipping Boy is available to watch we will definitely let y’all know.

Also, Martin was left a little befuddled by the BFI’s very arbitrary list of the best horror movies of the century so far. What would your pick be? Let us know on your favored social media platform!

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Cinemosity 60 – The Maze

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the-mazeThe gang are back for more gossip, bad movies and fun! Things run a little short so Martin and Sharon also review last week’s box office #1 No Good Deed that stars Taraji P. Henson and Idris Elba working their hardest to salvage an appalling script. The movie this week was THE MAZE but there was so little to say about it, it was just crap. It is spoiled for you just to make sure you don’t make the mistake of watching it.

Next week’s movie is CUTIE HONEY, the live-action adaptation of the manga and anime from the icon Go Nagai. The trailer and the movie in full are embedded after the jump. Enjoy! It will certainly be more interesting than The Maze.

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hi8poster_2It Came From the Indies has returned with an interview with Brad Sykes, horror director and producer/director of new horror anthology HI-8. Totally different from other recent horror anthologies like V/H/S and The ABCs of Death, Hi-8 is all about aping the shot on video horror cheapies of the 90’s and early 00’s. The results really are unlike anything else that’s out at the moment, see for yourself after the break where you can watch the trailer and two clips from the film. Martin also talks to Brad about his earlier career and becoming a genre filmmaker in the very odd transitional time of the early 00’s. We saw DVD start to take over and the horror genre at something of a lowpoint after the over-abundance of Scream-esque slashers ended up really draining the genre of its vitality for a while. Check out the Hi-8 Facebook page for festival dates and more.

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Hi-8 Trailer and clips here