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Lose Your Head at the Sleepy Hollow International Film Festival This October

With The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Washington Irving established the Headless Horseman as America’s first native-born horror villain. The story and that character have both remained iconic for closing in on two-centuries—no small feat in the age of waning attention spans and celebrity flavors of the month. If you’re a fan, you’ll definitely want to […] The post Lose Your Head at the Sleepy Hollow International Film Festival This October appeared first on Dread Central.
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Horror Highlights: Sleepy Hollow International Film Festival, Smaller And Smaller Circles, Devil May Cry 5 Q&A with Composer Cody Matthew Johnson

The first-ever Sleepy Hollow International Film Festival recently announced a call for film and script submissions, as well as screenings for Disney's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow, and a tribute to the late Fox series Sleepy Hollow. Also: release details for Smaller and Smaller Circles and a Devil May Cry 5 Q&A with composer Cody Matthew Johnson!

Sleepy Hollow International Film Festival Call for Submissions: "Announcing the first annual Sleepy Hollow International Film Festival (Shiff) to take place in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown, New York, on October 10-13, 2019. The fest’s official site www.sleepyhollowfilmfest.com is now accepting film and script submissions!

Exciting premiere feature films and groundbreaking new films in competition will screen alongside thrilling retrospectives, live events, and panels. Venues include the historic Tarrytown Music Hall, the Warner Library and others to be announced.

“Certain it is, the place still continues
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10 titles in need of a DVD or Blu-Ray release - Second annual edition

Almost one year ago, when we launched at Big Daddy, one of our first posts was about 10 horror films in need of a DVD or Blu-Ray release. The Nesting and Twice Dead which both made the list are now either out on DVD or about to be released. Other titles that made the list included The Pack, Night Warning, Massacre at Central High, Dance of the Damned, Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice, Deadly Blessing, The Kindred and Killer Party. With this second annual edition, we hope to spotlight more horror films that have fallen through the cracks. Titles that haven't been released beyond VHS (with the exception of one, that has only been released to VOD) that need the attention of us horror fans and distributors to make these titles readily available for our horror movie watching enjoyment.

The Power In The Power, an ancient clay idol
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Grizzly Adams Creator Dies

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Grizzly Adams Creator Dies
The Life And Times Of Grizzly Adams creator Charles E. Sellier Jr. has died. He was 67.

The producer passed away unexpectedly in his home near Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, on Monday. The cause of death has not been specified.

Sellier is best known for creating the character Grizzly Adams, a man accused of murder who befriends a bear while on the run from bounty hunters.

Adams, who was inspired by an actual 19th century trapper, was played by actor Dan Haggerty in the 1974 film The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams and the subsequent TV series of the same name.

Sellier also wrote and produced religious-based TV movies and documentaries, including In Search of Noah's Ark and Mark Twain's America.

He received an Emmy nomination in 1980 for TV movie The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.

50 Influential Scream Queens: Part 1

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Given man's unwavering fascination with woman, it's no surprise that the female star acts as the anchor to a dominant portion of horror pictures. I mean really, who wants to see a bare chested man tearin ass through the woods screaming at the top of his lungs while a bladed assailant nips at his heels? I don't - I know that much, although I'm certain there are plenty of men who would disagree (and that's okay with me, to each his own!). The simple fact remains however, women bring a unique appeal and certain sensual atmosphere to film that no man ever could. And it's not all about gratuitous T&A.

There's a comforting quality in the hands of the heroine; a fascinating maternal strength that, as a man I cannot genuinely relate to. I can however admire, and in many cases it's nearly impossible to not admire the lone
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