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  1. Chiller Films Releases Dementia 13 - Details Here!

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    NEW YORK – July 25, 2017 – Chiller Films announces today the release of the upcoming horror thriller DEMENTIA 13, in theaters on October 6, 2017 and on VOD and Digital HD on October 10, 2017. This retelling of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1963 film of the same name is directed by Richard LeMay (“The Dark Rite,” “Naked As We Come”) and is written by Dan DeFilippo (“The Invaders,” “Chilling Visions: 5 Sates of Fear”) and Justin Smith (SiREN, THE BOY). ...
  2. Is Fusion Possible? An Interview with Mark Henderson

    Be prepared to have your mind blown.

    At age 14, Mark Henderson first learned about nuclear fusion and instantly decided he would dedicate his life to making it happen. Henderson acquired a PhD in Plasma Physics in 1991 with his thesis on the design, construction and initial operation of the Compact Auburn Torsatron. He performed a Post Doctorate at the Center for Research in Plasma Physics (CRPP) in Lausanne, Switzerland participating in the design, construction and operation of the ...
  3. Blu-ray Review: "Kagero-za" AKA "Heat-Haze Theatre" (1981)

    A 1920s playwright (Yűsaku Matsuda of "Black Rain") meets a beautiful woman (Michiyo Ohkusu) who may be the ghost of his patron's deceased wife.

    With "Zigeunerweisen" being a commercial and critical success, Suzuki teamed up again with producer Genjiro Arato, and this time had double the budget. With "Kagero-za", the source material is a short story by Kyoka Izumi, a writer most famous for his idiosyncratic Gothic-flavored ghost stories. And, indeed, ...
  4. Blu-ray Review: "Zigeunerweisen" (1980)

    A surreal period film following a university professor (Toshiya Fujita) and his eerie nomad friend (Yoshio Harada) as they go through loose romantic triangles and face death in peculiar ways.

    Director Seijun Suzuki was terminated from his contract with Nikkatsu Studios in 1968 for making "movies that make no sense and no money" (specifically "Branded to Kill") and was subsequently blacklisted. In the following years he conversed frequently with his crew at his ...
  5. Review: Pioneer Horror Film "Bender"

    The unsettling true story of America's first serial killing family. A troubled doctor (Jon Monastero) searches for patients swallowed by the prairie and encounters the Benders, homesteaders trapped by a life of unspeakable sin.

    If nothing else, this film deserves praise for bringing the story of the “Bloody Benders” to life. Somehow, despite a lifetime of reading true crime and history, as well as devouring thousands of horror films, this reviewer has no recollection of ever hearing ...
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