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Syfy Flick Scarecrow Comes Home

If Halloween partying made you miss the Syfy original movie Scarecrow last October, have no fear because it's headed to DVD next month. Read on for details!

Syfy Scares Up a New Still and Trailer for Scarecrow

A new Syfy Original Movie is set to debut on October 5th, and we have your first look at Scarecrow, starring Robin Dunne ("Sanctuary") and Lacey Chabert ("Party of Five," "Baby Daddy").

First Look at Michael Madsen in The Lost Tree

Another still is here from Brian A. Metcalf’s new horror/drama The Lost Tree, and it features Michael Madsen looking visibly disturbed. Or it could just be Michael Madsen looking like Michael Madsen. You decide!

First Look at Lacey Chabert Found Under The Lost Tree

The very first look at star Lacey Chabert in Brian A. Metcalf’s new horror/drama, The Lost Tree, had made its way into our e-mail inbox and we have every pixel of it awaiting your perusal right here. Dig it!

First Trailer and One-Sheet for The Lost Tree

A new trailer and one-sheet have made their way online for Brian A. Metcalf’s new horror/drama, The Lost Tree, and we have the goods for you right here. Totally not lost. You don't need a map or a compass. No really, you're good. Just watch.

Cast Fills Out for Brian A. Metcalf's The Lost Tree

Brian A. Metcalf’s new horror/drama The Lost Tree has gained four new cast members to join Thomas Ian Nicholas (American Pie, American Reunion, The Rules of Attraction), and we have all the details right here.

Thirst (DVD)

Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Lacey Chabert, Tygh Runyan, Mercedes McNab, Brandon Quinn Directed by Jeffery Scott Lando Distributed by First Look Studios

DVD Details to Satisfy Your Thirst in June

On June 22nd First Look Studios will be bringing Thirst, the nightmarish story of what can happen when several folks become stranded in the hot, desolate California desert, to home video.

A Trifecta of Jeffery Lando Films to Choose From

Foy first told us about Jeffery Lando's House of Bones, in which the lovely Charisma Carpenter plays a ghost hunter, back in December of 2008, and finally this weekend it debuts on Syfy. In addition, the indie filmmaker who hails from Vancouver has two other Canadian premieres happening within the next few days.