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'I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu' to release in 2018

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Here's one to keep on your radar horror fans. I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu is set to release on the 40th Anniversary of the original 1978 film I Spit On Your Grave in 2018.

Check out the all the official details below.

From The Press Release

Deja Vu LLC. Productions announces the release of “I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu” to coincide with the 40th Anniversary of the original 1978 film “I Spit On Your Grave” aka “Day of the Women” in 2018. “I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu” picks up with Jennifer Hills (Camille Keaton) as a best-selling author living in New York City with her famous model daughter, Christy Hills (Jamie Bernadette).

Joining Camille Keaton and Jamie Bernadette are Maria Olsen, Jim Tavare, Jonathan Peacy, Jeremy Ferdman, Holgie Forrester, Roy Allen and Alexandra Kenworthy – all playing the revenge seeking relatives.

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First Look At I Spit On Your Grave Sequel Deja Vu

Better late than never, right?

The iconic and hugely controversial horror film, I Spit On Your Grave, is getting an official sequel, which will act as a direct follow-up to the 1978 original. Titled I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu, it will completely ignore the 2010 remake and the two sequels that followed that. Instead, it’ll see actress Camille Keaton, who played writer Jennifer Hills in the classic flick, return to the role after four decades, along with director Meir Zarchi back at the helm.

As far as plot details are concerned, Jennifer has become a successful author and lives with her daughter Christy, who’s a model. It’s not long though before her past comes back to haunt them, as the relatives of the men Jennifer killed in I Spit On Your Grave set out for revenge and kidnap both women. Cue the deja vu.

Though a release date,
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Sequel ‘I Spit On Your Grave Deja Vu’ Controversial Revenge Film Takes Form

Deja Vu LLC. Productions announces the release of “I Spit On Your Grave Deja Vu” to coincide with the 40th Anniversary of the original 1978 film “I Spit On Your Grave” aka “Day of the Women” in 2018. “I Spit On Your Grave Deja Vu” picks up with Jennifer Hills (Camille Keaton) as a best-selling …

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[Media] - "I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu " Sequel to the most controversial revenge movie in cinema history

Deja Vu LLC. Productions announces the release of "I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu" to coincide with the 40th Anniversary of the original 1978 film "I Spit On Your Grave" aka "Day Of The Women" in 2018. "I Spit On Your Grave Deja Vu" picks up with Jennifer Hills (Camille Keaton) as a best-selling author living in New York City with her famous model daughter, Christy Hills (Jamie Bernadette). Incensed that Jennifer Hills was vindicated of killing her four assailants from her brutal ordeal in the cult classic 1978 "I Spit On Your Grave", both mother and daughter are kidnapped by the revenge-seeking relatives. That is when the deja vu nightmare begins. No distributor has been selected yet. "I Spit On Your Grave Deja Vu" is the fifth in a series of spinoffs and the only sequel that...
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Inside the mind of indie horror film fan and promoter Steven Chang

Interviewed by Jonathan Weichsel

Over the last few years Steven Chang has emerged as one of the most active members of the indie horror community. There is no question that Mr. Chang is deeply passionate about the various artists that he promotes through his Facebook "spotlights," as well as his various Facebook pages. I also like to believe that the artists Chang supports appreciate his boundless enthusiasm for them and their work. I got the chance recently to interview Chang via Facebook's messenger app. You can read our discussion below.

Jonathan Weichsel: How would you describe your role within the indie horror industry? Are you a promoter? Networker? What is your title?

Steven Chang: I am mainly a promoter who does networking when events are available. Such as horror cons or film festivals.

Jonathan Weichsel: Cool! So, how did you first get into indie horror?

Steven Chang
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Red-Band Trailer for Death House Brings Together Horror Movie Icons for Absolute Insanity

This weekend I went to the Son of Monsterpalooza horror convention and attended a panel for a new horror movie coming out called Death House, and this movie looks absolutely insane!

The movie was directed by B. Harrison Smith, who says that he made Death House as a way to help reinvigorate the horror genre. He's an ambitious guy who hopes the film will be a cultural timepiece for the genre. The team behind the film didn't set out to make a cheap-ass horror film for the sake of making a cheap-ass horror film. They wanted to make something great, something that hardcore horror fans would respect and appreciate. The movie is also packed full of horror movie Easter eggs.

Dee Wallace (E.T., Cujo, The Hollowing) is one of the film's stars, and she says that Death House is one of the most unique horror film projects that she's ever been a part of.
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Poster and trailer for ‘Expendables of Horror’ ensemble Death House

A poster and trailer have arrived online for Harrison Smith’s ‘Expendables of Horror’ ensemble Death House, which features a host of genre favourites; check them out here…

The Death House is the Area 51 of Evil… a subterranean government facility that holds humanity’s worst on nine levels. Hell, Dante’s ninth level, holds the Five Evils… the “dark stars” of Death House. These individuals are so heinous they can never walk among society again. They may also be supernatural.

Agents Toria Boon and Jae Novak have their own dark pasts, arriving at Death House to tour its levels and observe its denizens first-hand as well as the medical and mental experiments of Drs. Eileen Fletcher and Karen Redmane. Their depraved experiments date back to the Nazi doctors of WWII.

Prison cells are virtual reality holo decks that recreate prisoner environments before they were incarcerated. A special hallucinogenic gas keeps inmates under control.
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Interview: Jay Kay Talks Chaos A.D. and more With Filmmaker Chris Woods!

Underground filmmaking has many infected and twisted roots. Whether we look at exploitation films from the mind of Herschell Gordon Lewis or Jack Hill, strong female characters like Camille Keaton, Giallo-styled color with Dario Argento, modern day indie filmmaking like Toe Tag‘s Fred Vogel or the slasher sub-genre with pillars like Halloween or Friday The 13th, filmmakers from all walks of life have deep and dark corners to explore in their visions of the very fluid film genre of horror. Having its World Premiere screening at the underground film festival, Slaughter in Syracuse, and with less than a month on its Indiegogo fan funding, Chris Woods has brought the love of so much horror before his time into one dirty, visceral and truly underground piece of filmmaking with Chaos A.D.

Chaos A.D. is a throwback to the old school underground horror blending all sorts of exploitation including Italian gore,
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Leonel VHS Talks What Have You Done To Solange? With Camille Keaton

Every devoted horror fan at one time or another has sat down and taken the time to jot down his or her “bucket list” of people – actors, directors, etc. – who have all appeared in or helped helm horror films they love and have grown an attachment to. When I was a horror “newbie” back in the early-to-mid-80’s, there were films that shocked and terrified me and the more I watched them as years progressed, the more I became curious about the people who put these films together. I dreamed of getting to meet and hang out with those fabulous individuals that comprised their casts. The first one I ever put together was in the tenth grade sometime in 1990 while sitting in Physics class, staring at Mrs. Gooch and longing for the bell to ring to let us go. I had just started to educate myself on the popular (and at the same time,
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More names added to Expendables-style horror Death House

Last month we brought you word on the Expendables-style horror movie Death House from director Harrison Smith (Camp Dread), and with production set to get underway this month we now have news on more additions to the cast in Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp), Cody Longo (Piranha 3D), Cortney Palm (Zombeavers), Stelio Savante (The Making Of The Mob: New York) and Richard Speight Jr. (Supernatural).

The trio join a cast that reportedly features the likes of Robert Englund (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th), Doug Bradley (Hellraiser), Bill Moseley (House of 1,000 Corpses), Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes), Dee Wallace (The Hills Have Eyes), Barbara Crampton (Chopping Mall), Ken Foree (Dawn of the Dead), Don Shanks (Halloween 5), Camille Keaton (I Spit On Your Grave) and Danny Trejo (From Dusk Till Dawn).

The Death House is the Area 51 of Evil… a subterranean government facility that holds humanity’s worst on nine levels.
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Bluray Review: What Have You Done To Solange?

As the then brand-new format of the Digital Versatile Disc began making it presence quite apparent in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, hundreds upon hundreds of horror films that had either been forgotten or banished into obscurity suddenly began to resurface and slowly obtain a devoted audience. Everything from lesser-known slashers and overlooked art-house fare to catalogs full of lushly photographed pieces all coming out of the seventies and eighties were either finding their first ever releases on the format or being re-released in limited special editions. Distributors like early forerunners Anchor Bay were taking it upon themselves to locate and dig out these movies, give them glorious restorations and special features and release them to the buying public, delighting horror connoisseurs across the world. What resulted was an overwhelmingly renewed interest in and unexpected demands for films of that era, in particular the giallo that all began in
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Horror House Will Be The Expendables of Horror Films

Last year Bruce Campbell talked about an idea for a horror movie that he described as The Expendables of horror films — a film that would bring together a ton of classic horror stars together in one movie. It was a great idea that got horror fans really excited and is now being brought to life. Unfortunately, it’s not coming from Bruce Campbell.

The movie is being directed by B. Harrison Smith, who has made a few movies that I’ve never heard of like Camp Dread and Zombie Killers: Elephant Graveyard. The script for the film was written by the late Gunnar Hansen, who is best known for playing Leatherface in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre films.

The cast of the movie is pretty impressive and includes Robert Englund (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th), Doug Bradley (Hellraiser), Bill Moseley (House of a 1000 Corpses), Michael Berryman
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Horror Movies to get the Expendables treatment in ‘Death House’

Death House is a new in-development horror film that appears to borrow from the Expendables formula when it comes to casting. The film will see many icons of the genre combine to tell, what sounds like an exceptionally twisted tale.

The Death House is the Area 51 of evil…A subterranean government facility that hold humanity’s worst on nine levels. Hell, Dante’s ninth level, holds the Five Evils… the “dark stars” of Death House. These individuals are so heinous they can never walk among society again. They may also be supernatural.

Agents Toria Boon and Jae Novak have their own dark pasts, arriving at Death House to tour its levels and observe its denizens first-hand as well as the medical and mental experiments of Drs. Eileen Fletcher and Karen Redmane. Their depraved experiments date back to the Nazi doctors of WWII.

Prison cells are virtual reality holo decks that
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A host of horror icons assemble for Expendables-inspired Death House

A host of the horror genre’s biggest names are set to assemble for an Expendables-inspired ensemble entitled Death House, which is being directed by Harrison Smith (Camp Dread) from a script he wrote with the late Gunnar Hansen, a.k.a. Leatherface from The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

Set to feature in the cast are horror icons Robert Englund (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th), Doug Bradley (Hellraiser), Bill Moseley (House of 1,000 Corpses), Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes), Dee Wallace (The Hills Have Eyes), Barbara Crampton (Chopping Mall), Ken Foree (Dawn of the Dead), Don Shanks (Halloween 5), Camille Keaton (I Spit On Your Grave) and Danny Trejo (From Dusk Till Dawn). Here’s the official synopsis…

The Death House is the Area 51 of Evil… a subterranean government facility that holds humanity’s worst on nine levels. Hell, Dante’s ninth level, holds the Five Evils…
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New Film Death House Is Billed As The Expendables Of Horror

New Film Death House Is Billed As The Expendables Of Horror
A new horror film will unite all of the icons of the genre in one epic, bloody fight for survival, similar to the lassoing in of action legends in The Expendables franchise. Dubbed Death House, the movie will focus on the “Area 51 of evil,” where a government facility holds all of humanity’s worst death-dealers underground.

Who are they? You’ll probably recognize a bunch of icons from movies like A Nightmare on Elm Street and Re-Animator: Robert Englund, Danny Trejo, Michael Berryman, Kane Hodder, Dee Wallace, Bill Moseley, Barbara Crampton, Doug Bradley, Ken Foree, Camille Keaton and Don Shanks, among others.

Gunnar Hansen, the face of Leatherface in the original The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, was set to be in the film before he passed away last November from pancreatic cancer. Hansen wrote the script for the film before he died, while Harrison Smith is set to direct the mayhem.
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Horror Icons Unite for 'Expendables' Inspired 'Death House'

Horror Icons Unite for 'Expendables' Inspired 'Death House'
When The Expendables hit theaters back in 2010, it assembled a cast of some of the biggest action stars around, lead by Sylvester Stallone. Since then, there have been attempts to re-create this formula in other ways, such as an all-female version known as ExpendaBelles, and the Fast & Furious franchise's cast only keeps getting bigger and bigger after The Expendables came out. Now it seems that the horror genre is getting its own version of The Expendables with a new movie entitled Death House, which features a murderer's row of genre legends, according to iHorror.

The cast includes horror icons that any genre fan will be familiar with, such as Robert Englund, Danny Trejo, Michael Berryman, Kane Hodder, Dee Wallace, Bill Moseley, Barbara Crampton, Doug Bradley, Ken Foree, Camille Keaton and Don Shanks. Unfortunately, one of the other proposed stars, Gunnar Hansen, passed away in November. He also wrote the screenplay,
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What Have You Done to Solange? | Blu-ray Review

Massimo Dallamano may be best known to some as the cinematographer of Sergio Leone’s A Fistful of Dollars (1964) and For a Few Dollars More (1965), credited under the pseudonym Jack Dalmas. Following his collaborations with Leone, Dallamano would only serve as cinematographer twice more (his last credit being French director Michel Deville’s 1966 comedy The Mona Lisa Has Been Stolen starring George Chakiris and Marina Vlady). The explosive popularity of the spaghetti western would allow Dallamano to begin his own career as a director, with 1967 debut Bandidos (credited under another pseudonym, Max Dillman), but he’d soon after turn to the bread and butter of more exploitative genre fare. The director of eleven features, up until his death in 1976, Dallamano’s enduring, fascinating masterpiece stands as the 1972 title What Have You Done to Solange? Credited as a giallo staple, Dallamano’s film is more of a hybrid of subgenres, a mixed giallo and poliziotteschi film.
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Revoltin’ Reviews: Anguish, Martyrs (2015), What Have You Done To Solange, and more!

Revoltin’ Reviews: Anguish, Martyrs (2015), What Have You Done To Solange, and more!
Here’s an exciting bit o’ news: the trailer for the upcomin’ splatter-fest The Mildew From Planet Xonader (featuring the dulcet tones of yours cruelly in a dual role!) just went live! Here, feast your eerie eyeballs on this lil’ slice of putrid pie!

Now, head right here to pre-order the flick today!

Next, I want to share a real slice of holiday fear with ya—the latest short by all around awesome dude and Coffin Club member Henrique Couto.

In the spirit now, creeps? It’s reviewin’ time!

What Have You Done To Solange

• Release Date: Available on Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack December 15th

• Written By: Bruno Di Geronimo, Massimo Dallamano

• Directed By: Massimo Dallamano

• Starring: Fabio Testi, Cristina Galbó, Karin Baal, Camille Keaton

To kick things off, here’s a review of one that you are no doubt familiar with if you are a fan of the
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‘What Have You Done To Solange?’ Blu-ray Review

Stars: Fabio Testi, Cristina Galbó, Karin Baal, Joachim Fuchsberger, Günther Stoll, Claudia Butenuth, Camille Keaton, Maria Monti, Giancarlo Badessi, Pilar Castel, Giovanna Di Bernardo, Vittorio Fanfoni, Marco Mariani | Written by Massimo Dallamano, Bruno Di Geronimo | Directed by Massimo Dallamano

Movies that are described as “giallo” normally tend to depend on certain hallmarks, with the black-gloved killer killing their victims with a sharp knife. We as the audience follow the detective on their mission to hunt down this killer, with the inevitable big shocking finale. With What Have You Done To Solange? we get a film that does stick to these tropes quite heavily, but also subverts this very expectation to make the movie more memorable than most other films of this type.

When a sadistic killer is preying on girls at a Catholic school for girls the eyes of suspicion fall on a handsome teacher who is having an affair with one of the students.
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December 15th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include The Car, The Toxic Avenger Collection, Zombie High

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December 15th is definitely a great day to be a cult film fan as we’ve got a bunch of stellar titles making their home entertainment bows this week. Scream Factory is releasing several films on Blu this Tuesday—The Car, Zombie High and the double feature of The Dungeonmaster and Eliminators—and Arrow Video is keeping busy as well with their special editions of both Blood Rage and What Have You Done to Solange?

Other notable titles include The Last Horror Film, Count Dracula, The Toxic Avenger Collection, a double feature of Axe and Kidnapped Coed as well as the most recent iteration of Fantastic Four.

The Car (Scream Factory, Blu-ray)

The peaceful tranquility of a small Western town is disturbed when a murderous car wreaks havoc by viciously mowing down innocent victims. The new sheriff, Wade Parent (James Brolin), may be the only one who can stop this menace in its tracks.
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