[Review] The Scariest Thing About ‘The Scarehouse’ Is Its Script

bloody disgusting - Mon, 02/09/2015 - 11:09

Movies like The Scarehouse are why it’s simultaneously wonderful and awful to write film reviews. On the positive side, it gives me a chance to passive aggressively take out my frustrations on a terrible movie (sad, but true). On the negative side, I have to actually watch said movie. Just to get it out of the way: The Scarehouse is not a good movie. Now let me tell you why. ***WARNING: There are some mild spoilers to some of the films setpieces in the following review, but explicit details of the second half of the film will not be revealed.***

The Scarehouse centers around Corey (Sarah Booth) and Elaina (Kimberly-Sue Murray), two ex-sorority pledges who have just been released from a 2-year stint in prison. They are plotting revenge on the six sorority girls who might have had something to do with their sentencing. Their plan is to put on a haunted house (which is where the film gets its title) as they begin to stalk the girls one at a time and kill them in increasingly gruesome ways. Interspersed among all of this are found-footage flashbacks to the night Corey and Elaina were arrested. Needless to say, the found footage style of filming these flashbacks is completely unnecessary.

The script, written by director Gavin Michael Booth, has many problems. There is a lot that doesn’t make sense in The Scarehouse. For one, Elaina says she built the house from scratch (or something like that). I would love to know how this girl who was just released from prison somehow managed to get a warehouse and put together a well-decorated haunted house. Two girls are “forced” into a pillow fight to the death (the pillows are filled with powdered acid), but there is nothing really forcing them to do it. They just do it for the sake of viewers being able to talk about a cool pillow fight with a Saw-like twist. Seemingly important things are brought up once and never mentioned again. There was a pink dildo dipped in some kind of chemical that was a prime example of Chekhov’s Gun if I ever saw one, and it’s never seen again after its introduction (trust me, I never thought I would be writing that sentence in my life).

The film’s biggest issue is that it thinks it’s hip, cool and funny; but it is none of those things. From describing the color of a scarf as “labia pink” to referencing the aforementioned powdered acid as “some Walter White shit,” almost nothing in the film feels authentic. The film already feels dated and it just came out. The non-pop culture references are equally hard to listen to. The actresses have to convincingly say lines like “I can feel the satisfaction pumping through my veins.” It’s all rather silly, and not in a good way.

The performances don’t help either. A film with a poorly-written script can sometimes turn out somewhat decent if you have good actors to speak the lines. The Scarehouse is littered with poor performances, starting with Sarah Booth’s Corey. As the mastermind behind the revenge plot, Corey spouts off a lot of very, very unfunny one-liners. Everything that comes out of her mouth feels forced and awkward. This may be the fault of the script, as opposed to Booth’s, but it’s still painful to watch. The other actresses fare slightly better, but none of them stand out whatsoever.

The film does have a few moments of inspiration, including a commentary on how no one uses cell phones to call anyone anymore (we only text nowadays) and a pretty brutal death by corset. Also, the ending does have a twist that I found somewhat surprising, so I will give it that. Overall, though, the film is hit and miss with far too many misses. One positive thing that came from me watching The Scarehouse is that I now have a movie to refer people to when they say that Sorority Row isn’t a good movie and tries too hard to be witty, or that Jennifer’s Body’s dialogue feels forced and awkward. I dare anyone to say that about those two movies after watching The Scarehouse.

The Scarehouse is currently available to watch on Amazon Instant and select VOD services.

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Dope Stars Inc. “Don’t Wanna Know” Premiere/Free Download (Exclusive)

bloody disgusting - Mon, 02/09/2015 - 10:52

We’re pretty thrilled to team up with Italian industrial rock band Dope Stars Inc. to bring you the exclusive track premiere of “Don’t Wanna Know”, which comes from the band’s upcoming album TeraPunk (out February 13th). The track mixes dark, chunky riffs with almost videogame-esque synths, all slammed with fierce, raspy vocals. It’s a blast and one helluva way to kick off the week!

The band states:

“Don’t Wanna Know” is one the 3 synth’n’roll songs of TeraPunk and it’s about the society of today flooded by usless informations. A society where everything is decided and influenced by others through the power of the internet distorting information on an audience that cares more of cat post on facebook instead of the war exploding all around the world.

On top of bringing you this exclusive track premiere, you can also download it for free! Simply head down to give it a listen and click on that little ‘Download’ button to get your copy!

Dope Stars Inc. online:
SubSound Records
Distortion Productions

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[TV] “The Walking Dead”: ‘What Happened And What’s Going On’ Review

bloody disgusting - Mon, 02/09/2015 - 01:39

The return of “The Walking Dead” proved somber and reflective, with “What Happened and What’s Going On” hammering home the theme of hopelessness, and yet remained one of the more uplifting episodes of the soul crushing drama.

It’s hard to fault the characters for being efficient killing machines at this point. Anything that seems to kill someone appears to come from a weird margin of error that we haven’t come to expect. In terms of the apocalypse, efficiency is the key to survival. So I come to forgive the moments with expository dialogue (of which there are many) I come to forgive the lack of subtext, and I don’t mind by the numbers storytelling.

Yet, someone took notice of these things behind the scenes because tonight was unconventional. The narrative structure was frayed and disjointed, it was hard to tell whose funeral we were at, and where we were going next. For once, the show concerned itself with being overly cinematic. There was subtext to the visual imagery that allowed the story to be told without the dialogue. And, my god, the dialogue wasn’t so on the nose.

The theme of hopelessness wasn’t as prevalent as I anticipated. Rick has the group united in moving along the road to find some sort of safe haven, and his plan to make good on Beth’s promise to Noah was noble. No surprise that the settlement was ravaged. That was to be expected. The place looked decimated in a very unique combination of explosions and zombie. Who or what caused the attack we may never know, but moving through the chaos reminded us of the dire stakes of this world.

It should have been heartbreaking to see Noah crushed with defeat upon seeing his home. But this is something we’re now accustomed to. Every character on the show has gone through utter and crushing defeat, but none more than Tyreese.

Tyreese began as a strong character with a razor sharp sense of will. He was almost the second coming of Shane, but through various defeats he lost his will. The world dulled him into an obsolete type of man. His compassion was his weakness and despite all of the violence he remained resolute in his (idiotic) promise to himself.  But, somewhere within this week’s return we watched as he found solace in his character turn.

To watch this big lug die on the floor of Noah’s house was more than a little heartbreaking. The visual cues started to make more sense as we start to see more of his (almost) final resting place. But, the real shame of it call came from the calm and scary death hallucinations. Tyreese saw himself against the cannibal he spared, Bob, Beth, and the Governor. Each of them testing his will and his resolution to follow through on his character turn, and in the end, each of them convincing him to let go, proving that we’re alive and dead in this world because of each other.

I couldn’t help but feel touched in these moments. To see how calmly Tyreese welcomed his deceased friends, and to see how efficiently Rick and the group handled the situation. It became clear that community is what matters. A theme I’m sure we’ll see more of in the coming weeks.

I have no idea where “The Walking Dead” moves on from here, but it looks like we’re headed to Washington. If this week was any indication, it seems we’ll have a more cinematic and focused back half of the season. This was the character driven stuff I was longing for since the season began back in October and I can only hope for more. As Washington looms in the distance, so too does the idea of permanent settlement, but with that comes a drastic change in tone for the series, but with the reflective ideas put forth this week, I know it’s possible to make the change.

**I’ll be the first to dismiss comparisons between the show and the comic. They’re different versions of the same idea, but I couldn’t help but feel Tyreese was wasted on the show. The comic depicts him as such a strong and intimidating force, and he never really saw his full potential. I really thought/hoped that he was only going to lose his arm and we’d see a renewed and more angered version of the character we knew. Gone far before his time.

What did you think of “What Happened And What’s Going On?


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Artsploitation Films Goes Camping With ‘Cub’!

bloody disgusting - Sun, 02/08/2015 - 19:14

Artsploitation Films is going to camp with Jonas Govaerts’ Cub (Welp), acquiring the film for U.S. release.

The story follows an introverted 12-year-old boy as he and his Cub Scout troupe embark on a weekend camping trip in the woods. But an evil psychopath, aided by his feral young protégé, wreck bloody havoc on the boys and their troupe leaders.

Cub was described by our very own Jay Hawkinson as “kinetic and brutal, gory and graphic with comedic beats in-between.”

The film, which world premiered in the Midnight Madness section of the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, has gone on to play the London Film Festival, Fantastic Fest and Sitges, where Govaerts received its award for best director and the won the festival’s Youth Jury’s award for best film.

Artsploitation plans a theatrical release in the summer of 2015 with DVD and VOD release later in the fall.

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Gorgeous ‘Event Horizon’ Print Has Hell On the Mind!

bloody disgusting - Sun, 02/08/2015 - 19:08

Before Paul W.S. Anderson became one of the worst filmmakers around, he directed the underrated 1997 sci-fi horror Event Horizon, easily one of my all-time fav genre films.

Starring Laurence Fishburne, Sam Neill and Kathleen Quinlan, the pic follows a rescue crew investigates a spaceship that disappeared into a black hole and has now returned…with someone or something new on-board.

Even all of these years later it hasn’t lost its muster, and is easily considered a cult classic.

Artist Chris Garofalo shows that he too is also a fan, creating a new print that shows he had Hell on the mind during its creation. The black and white print, created for The Colonial Theatre, shows the device that sends the film’s ship through a black hole and back. Instead of traveling through space, they travel through another dimension… Hell.

It’s sized 18×24. 2-color screen print with metallic ink.

The best part? It’s only $30 and comes signed and numbered edition of 50. That’s a low print tun. HURRY (and buy me one).

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What Are Your Favorite Romantic Horror Movies?

bloody disgusting - Sun, 02/08/2015 - 16:00

In just under a week, it’s going to be Valentine’s Day, a day where couples show their love and affection that somehow they are unable to convey on the other 364 days of the year. It’s all about flowers, chocolates, romantic candlelit dinners, and crackling fires. But that doesn’t mean there can’t be a scare or two thrown in for good measure.

Below are several films that I think easily qualify as a strong mix of horror and romance, ones that very enjoyably mix a great love story with scares. Give them a peek and then let me know which movies you enjoy watching with that special someone!

Also, check out a piece I wrote two years ago that addresses what I felt was a strong resentment towards romance in horror. Maybe there’s still something to it?

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‘Martyrs’ Remake to Be the “Ultimate Horror Movie”?

bloody disgusting - Sun, 02/08/2015 - 12:13

Fantastic Fest caught wind of an interesting piece of art on display at the ongoing EFM in Berlin.

A remake of Pascal Laugier’s astoundingly brutal Martyrs is still in the works, and now has Blumhouse and The Safran Company attached to produce.

The art, shared below, brags that it will be “the ultimate horror movie.”

It also reveals new directors, placing the Goetz Brothers (of 2013’s Scenic Route) at the helm.

The 2009 original, which had shades of Rosemary’s Baby, followed Lucie, now 25 years old, who sets out to get revenge on the people who attacked and permanently scarred her when she was only 10 years old.

They claim it’s going to be the “the ultimate horror movie,” which is absolutely impossible (in my opinion) if it’s being produced for the big screen. Not only can it not be as violent and unrelenting as the original, but the negative religious context isn’t something studios feel comfortable releasing. Personally, I’m hoping this is going down the indie route with plans on delivering a no-holds-barred U.S. remake.


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Icelandic Director Dates a Serial Killer In ‘The Oath’

bloody disgusting - Sun, 02/08/2015 - 12:05

Variety reports out of EFM that Icelandic director/producer Baltasar Kormakur is prepping The Oath, a tense psychological thriller.

Penned by Olafur Egilsson and co-written Kormakur, “the pic turns on Finnur, a well-respected doctor and family man whose life gets out of control after his daughter starts dating a dangerous criminal, Ottar.

“It’s about one man who has it all and another who has nothing to lose. Such opposing lives, who’s paths should never have crossed but who are now tangled up in each others futures,” Kormakur told Variety.

The Oath seems like the perfect project for me, coming off the back of a big-scale adventure film like ‘Everest.’ I want to delve into an intimate, dark and psychological world where the characters are claustrophobic,” said Kormakur, adding that the film was in a way “the realistic version of Taken depicting a father — not a super daddy — risking everything to save his daughter.”

He will be producing “The Oath,” along with Agnes Johansen with his Reykjavik-based RVK Studios banner.

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Massive ‘Resident Evil’ Sale Runs Until Feb 10

bloody disgusting - Thu, 02/05/2015 - 09:00

Capcom has kicked off a massive Resident Evil franchise sale on the PlayStation network that discounts a number of games, all of which have had their prices slashed by at least half. You would have to be braindead — sorry, that was rotten of me — to not take advantage of this.

I’m seriously considering grabbing Resident Evil 2, partly because it’s been far too long since I last experienced that joyous game, but also because I need it to practice for the remake Capcom better have on the way.

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That amazeballs banner is the work of digital artist Petite-Madame, by the way.

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Video Clip From ‘Poltergeist’ Flashes a Light On the Possessed Clown!

bloody disgusting - Thu, 02/05/2015 - 08:53

With the teaser trailer arriving sometime today, Bloody Disgusting has landed a small clip that gives us a taste of the clown moment from the Gil Keenan-directed Poltergeist, haunting theaters on July 24, 2015.

The clown, as teased yesterday in the first images, looks pretty cool, but I really hope they didn’t lose the moment where Carol Anne looks under the bed in the 1982 original. Frankly, I would like to see the filmmakers do their own thing, but only if it’s “better than.” Thankfully, Sam Raimi is a producer, which makes this all the more exciting.

Sam Rockwell, Rosemarie DeWitt, Saxon Sharbino and Jane Adams star.

Legendary filmmaker Sam Raimi (producer) reimagines and contemporizes the classic tale about a family whose suburban home is invaded by angry spirits. When the terrifying apparitions escalate their attacks and take the youngest daughter, the family must come together to rescue her.

To be released in 3-D, Jared Harris will play Carrigan, a larger than life TV personality who left the world of academia behind to become the star host of basic cable TV show “Haunted House Cleaners.”

Poltergeist has been rated PG-13 for “intense frightening sequences, brief suggestive material, and some language.”

Do you think the new clown is scarier than the one in Tobe Hooper’s original?

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‘Poltergeist’ Poster Teases Infamous Closet Sequence

bloody disgusting - Thu, 02/05/2015 - 08:44

The poster for the Gil Keenan-directed Poltergeist is here, and it teases a reinvention of the classic closet/bedroom sequences in Tobe Hooper and Stephen Spielberg’s original. It’s one of the coolest moments in the ’82 film and also displays one of the most bassass physical ghosts ever to grace the big screen (when it attempts to keep Carol Anne’s mother out of the room) – just take a look above! The coolest, right?

To be released in 3-D on July 24, 2015, Jared Harris will play Carrigan, a larger than life TV personality who left the world of academia behind to become the star host of basic cable TV show “Haunted House Cleaners.”

Sam Rockwell, Rosemarie DeWitt, Saxon Sharbino and Jane Adams also star.

Legendary filmmaker Sam Raimi (producer) reimagines and contemporizes the classic tale about a family whose suburban home is invaded by angry spirits. When the terrifying apparitions escalate their attacks and take the youngest daughter, the family must come together to rescue her.

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Discover The Device on UK DVD in March

Dread Central - Thu, 02/05/2015 - 07:00

The Device, a film we’ve been enjoying here in the States for a while now, is heading to the UK this March from Image Entertainment; and we have all the details you need right here!

The UK DVD arrives March 23rd and will include three audio commentaries.

Deep in the eerie forest lies a mysterious entity waiting to defy nature in a beguiling new psychological sci-fi thriller. Exposing its sinister purpose, the deadly alien invasion on humanity is born in The Device.

Inspired by classic abduction cases, writer and producer John Portanova (The Invoking) skillfully plays on the intrigue of the unknown. Directed by Jeremy Berg, the film stars Angela DiMarco (Trauma), David S. Hogan (Shadowed), and Kate Alden (The Right Place).

When two sisters find a harmless looking object in the woods, they cannot know to what extent it will change their world – and ours – forever. The small black sphere – mysterious, seductive, enticing – conveys a message, a deep, profound biological message that will reshape our world, recasting relationships with the universe beyond our wildest dreams and worst nightmares. It holds the key to our destiny. It holds the secret to a new kind of life. It holds the embryo of a plan of alien invasion. It is so much more than just The Device.

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UK Readers: Awake in The Sleeping Room this Spring

Dread Central - Thu, 02/05/2015 - 06:00

Following its UK premiere at FrightFest 2014, The Sleeping Room, an acclaimed supernatural tale of Victorian revenge, has been acquired for UK release by Second Sight.

The directorial debut of John Shackleton (writer/producer of Panic Button), the film will make its UK debut via On-Demand and Download on 27 April 2015 and DVD on 11 May 2015. Produced by Gareth I. Davies, The Sleeping Room marks Movie Mogul’s second feature.

Orphaned 19 year-old Brighton call girl Blue (Leila Mimmack – “Becoming Human”) is sent by her violent pimp, Freddie (David Sibley – “Downton Abbey”), and his blowsy partner, Cynthia (Julie Graham – Tower Block), to meet a new punter in Brighton, unaware of the horrifying impact it will have on her life.

As Blue begins to fall for the quirky charms of her client, Bill Hepworth (Joseph Beattie – “Hex”), she’s even more intrigued by the grand Regency terraced house that he is renovating, a once infamous Victorian brothel. Together they uncover a secret room that unlocks many dark and terrifying secrets relating to Blue’s murky family past and the death of her mother. A terrible supernatural force is about to be unleashed, and nobody will escape its monstrous power unless a score for a heinous felony is settled.

Awakening demons past and present, Blue is forced to confront her own in this psychological Gothic nightmare that also stars Christopher Adamson (Pirates of the Caribbean), Chris Waller (Fright Night 2), and horror critic Billy Chainsaw.

No artwork has been released yet, but bonus features on the DVD will include:

  • “6th Sense” – the original short film by screenwriter Ross Jameson
  • FrightFest 2014: Billy Chainsaw in conversation with director John Shackleton
  • “Behind the Scenes” featurette
  • Behind-the-scenes look at the visual effects
  • On-set gallery
  • Trailer

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Report: Game Retailer Outs ‘Dead Island 2′ Release Date

bloody disgusting - Thu, 02/05/2015 - 05:27

Deep Silver hasn’t offered many updates on Dead Island 2 lately, likely because doing so would take attention away from the two new games that are already out there with Dead Island Epidemic and the abysmal Escape Dead Island. If there’s any truth to a tweet from UK games retailer GAME, that silence won’t last much longer.

A recent tweet was posted on many of the individual GAME Twitter accounts along with some promotional art showing off a handful of 2015′s blockbuster video games. Among them was Dead Island 2, along with a very specific release date of April 24.

Retailers give upcoming games placeholder dates all the time, but this is a little more specific than the nebulous TBA 2015 window we often see. It’s not official, but I have reached out to Deep Silver to see if they’re ready or willing to comment on it.

It’s worth mentioning that Dead Island 2 still says TBC 2015 on the GAME website.

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‘White Night’ Trailer Explores a Creepy Mansion

bloody disgusting - Thu, 02/05/2015 - 01:02

The “narrative survival horror” game White Night is really bringing that old school flavor in this new gameplay trailer. Set in Boston in the 1930s, the game follows a man who gets stranded near a mansion, which he decides to explore because apparently, he hasn’t played Resident Evil.

“We wanted to create something that people would enjoy, but also something that would stand out as unusual and refreshing in today’s survival horror landscape,” says OSome Studio co-founder and creative director Ronan Coiffec in a post on the PlayStation Blog.

“That meant revisiting the themes that made classic horror games like the original Alone in the Dark so gripping: mature storytelling, strong characters, compelling environments, and equal respect for tension and terror,” he continue. “White Night is a good old ghost story full of mystery, poetry, alchemy, and suspense.”

White Night hits PC, PS4 and Xbox One on March 3.

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Watch Someone Beat ‘Dying Light’ Without Weapons

bloody disgusting - Thu, 02/05/2015 - 00:37

One of the reasons you might pick Dying Light off the shelf over, say, any of the other bazillion zombie games that are out there right now is for its satisfying melee combat. Hacking away at walking corpses with a machete that’s been electrically charged by the battery you just taped to it — because video game logic — is part of the fun. Take that away and what have you got?

A damn entertaining playthrough, apparently.

YouTuber BOYvsVIDEOGAME has, for some reason, decided to play through Dying Light in its entirety without weapons. Nary a blade or bludgeoning tool is used. Every baddie goes down in a flurry of kicks and punches, because that’s a real challenge. I have part one of his playthrough for you below. The rest can be found over here.

I’m going to take down my Dying Light survival guide now. I’m clearly not Van Damme enough to write such a thing.

Dying Light is available now on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. You can find my review of it here.

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First ‘NightCry’ Footage Sure Looks Creepy

bloody disgusting - Wed, 02/04/2015 - 23:57

We finally have our first look at the upcoming survival horror game NightCry — a spiritual successor to the Clock Tower series — and it looks uber creepy. The game is set on a luxury cruise liner where an immortal killer has awoken from his shadowy purgatory, or something like that. It’s all sufficiently creepy, atmospheric and very much along the lines of what I’d expect from Clock Tower series creator Hifumi Kono.

NightCry is currently seeking funding on Kickstarter. If you’d like to support it, you can do so here.

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The Devil Is Damned in this Sneak Peek of The Originals Episode 2.13

Dread Central - Wed, 02/04/2015 - 20:31

We’re heading into the second half of the second season of “The Originals,” and it’s full steam ahead as a long thought dead member of the family makes her presence known. Check out this sneak peek in which the Mikaelsons react to the return of their sister, Freya.

“The Originals” Episode 2.13 – “The Devil Is Damned” (airs 2/9/15)
FAMILY IS POWER More dangerous than ever, Vincent (guest star Yusuf Gatewood) remains one step ahead after joining forces with a powerful figure from his past. As the threat to Hope’s life grows stronger, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) realizes he has no choice but to place his trust in his siblings to ensure she remains protected.

Meanwhile, after being presented with an enticing proposition, Kaleb (guest star Daniel Sharman) is forced to make a difficult life or death decision, and Elijah (Daniel Gillies) finds himself in the fight of his life after an unexpected visitor arrives at the safe house.

At the bayou, Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) and Jackson (guest star Nathan Parsons) continue to prepare for the unification ritual, but things quickly go awry when they become pawns in Vincent’s dangerous plan. Charles Michael Davis and Leah Pipes also star. Lance Anderson directed the episode written by Christopher Hollier and Julie Plec.

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Adam Wingard Heads Into ‘The Woods’

bloody disgusting - Wed, 02/04/2015 - 20:28

Some exciting news via THR as Adam Wingard – director of A Horrible Way to Die, V/H/S, You’re Next and The Guest – has signed to helm The Woods for Lionsgate.

The project is written by his longtime collaborator Simon Barrett and while many of the details are being kept submerged, it does “involve a group of college students on a camping trip who discover they are not alone.

Roy Lee, Steven Schneider, Keith Calder and Jessica Wu are the producers.

The team is looking to move fast on this, planning a spring shoot and looking to cast mostly unknowns with the hope of giving the movie maximum scares.

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Producers’ Preview Goes Inside The Vampire Diaries Episode 6.13 – The Day I Tried To Live

Dread Central - Wed, 02/04/2015 - 19:54

Ready for an inside look at tomorrow night’s Episode 6.13 of “The Vampire Diaries,” entitled “The Day I Tried to Live”? Then you’ve come to the right place because we have a preview of the ep with exec producers Julie Plec and Caroline Dries right here!

“The Vampire Diaries” Episode 6.13 – “The Day I Tried to Live” (2/5/15)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BONNIE Determined to celebrate Bonnie’s (Kat Graham) birthday, Elena (Nina Dobrev) convinces Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) that it’s what Bonnie would have wanted.   After piecing the broken ascendant back together, Elena, Jeremy, and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) attempt to send Bonnie a message, but the situation turns dire when they make an unsettling discovery.

Meanwhile, after uncovering Stefan’s (Paul Wesley) secret about his great-niece Sarah Salvatore (guest star Tristan Mays), Enzo (Michael Malarkey) enlists a reluctant Matt (Zach Roerig) to help interfere with her life.  Elsewhere, Stefan keeps a close eye on Caroline (Candice Accola) as she unconventionally attempts to cope with everything going on around her.

Lastly, realizing it might be time to move on with his life, Jeremy contemplates leaving Mystic Falls for good.  Pascal Verschooris directed the episode written by Chad Fiveash and  James Stoteraux.

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