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Horror Highlights: Trailers & Release Details for Hell’S Kitty, Are We Not Cats, and Last Rites Of The Dead

If there are hellhounds, there have to be hellcats, am I right? A new trailer and release details for Hell's Kitty, starring Doug Jones, Michael Berryman, Courtney Gains, Lynn Lowry, and many more talented actors leads today's Horror Highlights. We also have a look at the Are We Not Cats trailer and release details for the zombie movie Last Rites of the Dead.

Hell's Kitty Trailer and Release Details: Press Release: "Burbank, CA: Today’s greatest horror icons unite for the purrfect scare!

Doug Jones (The Shape of Water), Dale Midkiff (Pet Sematary), Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes), Courtney Gains (The Children of The Corn), Lynn Lowry (Cat People), Kelli Maroni (Night of The Comet), Ashley C. Williams (The Human Centipede), Barbara Nedeljakova (Hostel), Adrienne Barbeau (The Fog), John Franklin (The Addams Family) and a ‘Killer Klown’ team up for some Pawplay this March!

Based on the web series
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What Would You Do?

Network: ABC. Episodes: Ongoing (hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: January 6, 2009 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: host John Quiñones. Actors include Yuval David, Diana Henry, Vince August, Jeremy Holm, Traci Hovel, Hassan Goding, Christopher Peuler, Kristin Rose Garofalo, Lorraine Rodriguez-Reyes, Kaira Klueber, Anthony Ippolito, Ben Curtis, Paulina Gerzon, Nicolette Pierini, Ava Giacchi, Aiden Medina, Tyler Hollinger, Pearl Thomas, David Kremenitzer, Michael J. Lyons, Kevin T. Collins, Dawn Yanek, Zach Meliani, and Annie Hall. TV show description: Beginning as a feature in ABC's Primetime newsmagazine series, the What Would You Do? TV show explores how people react to strangers in uncomfortable circumstances. With hidden cameras at the ready, actors play out various scenarios, in front of unwitting bystanders.
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General Hospital Nurses' Ball Sneak Peek: Lucy Gets a Backstage Surprise

General Hospital Nurses' Ball Sneak Peek: Lucy Gets a Backstage Surprise
General Hospital‘s Lucy is sporting sequins, a headset and a don’t-mess-with-me expression on her face: Must be Nurses’ Ball time again!

The ABC soap’s beloved charity event, founded by Lynn Herring’s character in 1994 to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS, is back the week of May 22 and full of song, dance, drama and intrigue. (Oh, and stripping. There’ll probably be some stripping.)

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But it wouldn’t be Nurses’ Ball if there weren’t some behind-the-scenes tension bubbling backstage. In this exclusive clip from Wednesday’s episode (ABC,
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New Blue Bloods Season 5,Episode 17 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Blue Bloods" episode 17 of season 5. The episode is entitled, "Occupational Hazards," and it turns out that we're going to see some very dramatic and intense stuff go down when Erin's apartment gets broken into, along with her coworker getting harmed, and more! In the new, 17th episode press release: Erin is going to be rattled when an unknown assailant breaks into her apartment and also attacks her coworker. Press release number 2: Erin will be rattled when an unknown assailant breaks into her apartment and also attacks her co-worker. In the meantime, Jamie and Eddie are going to discover a pipe bomb in an elderly woman's apartment, and Frank will look into a charity that is soliciting money for the NYPD. Guest stars feature: Staci-Lyn Charles (Morgan), Phyllis Somerville (Beth), Yohance Myles (Det. Baldikowski), Tina Benko, (Lauren Vickers), Annunziata Gianzero
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Berserk: The Golden Age Arc I is a welcome anime reboot, despite its brevity

For newcomers to Kentaro Miura’s Beserk, The Golden Age Arc I – The Egg of the King will be a delightfully gory anime adventure. The first installment of the three-part series mixes middle-age architecture with fantastical elements drawn from Greek mythology. It’s one of the more serious anime on the market that doesn’t waste time with silly jokes and puns. There are even a couple epic siege scenes that appear to be inspired by Lord of the Rings – and one scene that reminded me of the siege on Kings Landing in Game of Thrones.

From the moment you begin watching it, you’ll relish in the brutal actions of Guts, a mercenary who feels more like a samurai gone rōnin. Even when the Arc I slams to a close, without any definitive ending, you’ll still be anxious to see part 2. Unfortunately, if you’re a fan of
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Interview with James Tucker (Aunt Rose)

James Tucker is the director behind Aunt Rose starring Joshua Nelson, Elizabeth Cooke, Velocity Chyaldd, Raine Brown and Kevin T. Collins. Aunt Rose follows a family who is token hostage by a group of criminals, however what they didn't anticpate was having to deal with Aunt Rose. You see Aunt Rose may appear sickley, but she has some supernatural powers that she isn't afraid to deploy in order to save her family. We wanted to know more about James Tucker, his work relationship with Joshua Nelson, and of course the movie, Aunt Rose. Here is what he had to say.

So who is James Tucker and what are you all about?

I am a filmmaker who loves to work behind and in front of the camera. As fate would have it, my first speaking role as an actor was in a comedy, the original Hairspray film directed by John Waters.
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Photo Flash: Brunch- The Musical At Chernuchin Theater

Meghann Dreyfuss (currently in Mamma Mia! on Broadway); Kevin T. Collins (Angels - The Musical); and Maxx Mann (lead singer of the rock orchestra Trans Siberian Orchestra) will lead the cast of the new musical Brunch - The Musical, being given its world-premiere production with previews starting Thursday, April 2 prior to the official press opening Thursday, April 9 Off-Broadway at the Chernuchin Theatre (314 W. 54 St.) in Manhattan. Brunch - The Musical has music & lyrics by Rick Kunzi, book by Mr. Kunzi & Adam Barnosky, and is directed by Rick Kunzi.
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Brunch The Musical Previews 4/2 At Chernuchin Theatre

Meghann Dreyfuss (currently in Mamma Mia! on Broadway); Kevin T. Collins (Angels - The Musical); and Maxx Mann (lead singer of the rock orchestra Trans Siberian Orchestra) will lead the cast of the new musical Brunch - The Musical, being given its world-premiere production with previews starting Thursday, April 2 prior to the official press opening Thursday, April 9 Off-Broadway at the Chernuchin Theatre (314 W. 54 St.) in Manhattan. Brunch - The Musical has music & lyrics by Rick Kunzi, book by Mr. Kunzi & Adam Barnosky, and is directed by Rick Kunzi.
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The Sickness gets even sicker; new photos

Writer/director Carl Paolino got in touch with an update on his indie shocker The Sickness, and sent along a couple of new pics. Originally completed last year, the movie recently went back for reshoots to punch up the horror content.

See our exclusive new photos and get the full details on the film below the cut.

“When you are shooting a low-budget feature film in the digital format,” Paolino tells Fango, “you have so many more production options open to you than if you shot it on film. To this end, we successfully produced four new scenes that contain some very graphic violence and cut them into the film where we felt it was needed most.”

Paolino came to the decision to create the additional material after being advised by a couple of prominent distribution companies that its marketability would benefit from the additional grue. Still, he was pleased
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