Notice, Uh, Anything Different?


Yeah, yeah, we notice it too. The color scheme has gone from simple to what is probably a pain in the ass to read, and half the widgets are gone. So, we, what happened was, we saw a new theme and went to do a “live demo” on Word Press (which we’ve done many times before, whimsically and successfully), and hit the wrong button (“Activate”) by mistake. The system too this very seriously and changed the theme. When we changed it back, the color scheme, customization, and pretty much everything except the title and the posts were ALL GONE! We’ve been re-building it for hours, and it’s getting light out, so we’re gonna have to leave the colors like this for now, because that one is the biggest pain in the ass to restore. Oh, and we saw that the “countdown” boxes are completely black, too. Sorry. Thanks for bearing with us while we restore it.


Stay scared, and don’t forget the final 8 episodes of Breaking Bad premiere tonight, August 11th! We know what’s in the cold open, and it’ll freak you the hell out, yo!

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100 Bloody Acres makes its US cinema debut

Remember that very recent  (less than 45 minutes ago) post on 100 Bloody Acres? Well, John Brawley himself, the DP (Director of Photography) has his own awesome and informative blog here. Not only does he offer a ton of links in this piece, but easy access to that fun (and award-winning) social/viral marketing we mentioned earlier. Check it out!



This weekend in the US , my good friends the Cairnes brothers make their US debut with the fresh new film, 100 Bloody Acres.

The boys have been working hard with the fellas at Morgans Organic to get their unique and design award winning website up and running and you can see some of the Morgans truly original earlier social marketing work here.

It’s already been well reviewed by several including even the Hollywood Reporter that had this to say….

“Melbourne-based brothers Cameron and Colin Cairnes show impressive discipline in their modestly budgeted feature debut, mixing gore and chuckles in equal measure and creating unusually fleshed-out characters that have the film knocking at the door of above-average splatter comedies like Shaun of the Dead and The Cabin in the Woods. Gore hounds looking for something different in their horror-film diet should propel solid business when Doppelganger Releasing opens the film in limited release…

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Review: 100 Bloody Acres is a blood soaked blast

THEY FIND YA… THEY GRIND YA! “A Blood soaked blast”! With that tagline, that review headline, and the title 100 Bloody Acres– we are SOLD! We wish we could offer opinions on the horror-comedy (or, hey, we dunno, our own review) but since we haven’t been able to find the flick to watch it(all our research showed it was available on VOD/iTunes, but no dice as of this writing), here’s a great review by Ryan from Rhino’s Horror. Check out the attached trailer, and for once, go ahead and click on the ‘pop-ups’ (the ones you probably usually disable automatically when you watch anything on You Tube) that flash up during the trailer and say to check out their ‘products’ for some fun viral marketing.

Written and directed by Cameron and Colin Cairnes, 100 Bloody Acres is a blood splattered blast that seamlessly blends comedy into the horror genre. This marks their first feature film together and it follows two brothers, Reg and Lindsay Morgan, who are struggling to keep their organic blood and bone fertilizer business in motion. Their secret “recipe” for success was a huge boom to business, but lately supply has been gravely low. When Reg stumbles upon 3 travelers stranded on the side of the road, he comes up with a ridiculous solution to their problem, and a way of finally gaining the respect of his big brother.

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Why the Carrie remake was delayed

We were wondering about this too… we actually figured rather than re-shoots, they didn’t want the competition at the box office in the Spring. Looks like we were wrong.


Back in January we learned that Kimberly Peirce’s upcoming re-imagining of Carrie was getting delayed an insane 7 months away from its original release date of March 15, 2013. Up until now it was a mystery as to why Sony decided to push the film to October 18th, 2013. Typically when a film gets such a massive delay it sends up a major red flag because it usually means trouble for a film. Is that the case with Carrie, or did they just go back to do a bit of tweaking?

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