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Cleveland, OH - The Avengers land in Cleveland this fall! Ohio
Governor John Kasich boasts, "We won another one from Michigan.."
The Avengers starring Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Samuel Jackson
(Nick Fury), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Chris Evans (Captain America),
Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) and possibly Edward Norton (The
Hulk) & Peter Parker (Spider Man) a surprising cameo?  (
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  • Horror at the box office
  • Scream 4 coming in April
  • Supernatural keeps on ticking
  • Dark Night of the Scarecrow on DVD & Blu Ray
  • Half Moon marks debut of Adult Film star Torre Black
Kevin Smith's Red State takes unusual state of distribution leaving
"Big Hollywood" behind.

Kevin Tenney was one of the masters of 80's horror with films like
Witchboard & Night of the Demons. He's back with an ironic remake of
his own self classic and rolling back the genre to the 80's,
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Nicholas Lovecraft's Horrortorial - This issue Mr. Lovecraft takes a
long look at the remakes of horror classics and their affect on the
genre as a whole. "...not only do I not agree with it as a writer I feel

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Los Angles, CA - In the global spotlight, the Oscars drop the ball once
more in "forgetting" to name this years passing members. Cory Haim,
star of The Lost Boys, was not even a thought in the special tribute.

Indianapolis, IN - Horror Hound Weekend in Indianapolis looks to be
the biggest ever for the "traveling wilberry" of a horror hoot
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