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Massive Lord of Tears UpdateLawrie Brewster has been scaring the ever loving shit out of people with his macabre creation “The Owlman” from his film Lord of Tears (review), and right now we have yet another prank video for you guys to dig on! Do yourself a favor! Get a copy of this flick NOW!

The film was written by Sarah Daly and directed by Lawrie Brewster. Lord of Tears stars David Schofield, Euan Douglas, Lexy Hume, and Jamie Jack Gordon.

Brewster gave us the rundown on the latest prank. “We set up hidden cameras in an abandoned children’s hospital that is frequently visited by explorers and photographers, he said. “It’s a creepy but very beautiful and haunting place. Whenever we got a heads up somebody was heading this way (along a long drive leading up to the hospital.) We would get our hidden cameras ready to record what happened when they encountered our Owlman lurking inside. We did not expect the reactions we filmed, and had to cut short the second prank as our victim became too distressed. He was eventually fine in the end and even had a cup of tea with us!”

For more info and to purchase the film on either DVD or Blu-ray, check out the official Lord of Tears website, “like” Lord of Tears on Facebook, and follow @LordOfTears on Twitter.

Blu-ray / DVD Special Features

  • Sumptuous package with 8 panels of Gothic Art
  • Choose between DVD or Blu-ray Editions
  • Includes Official Soundtrack CD with 65+ mins music
  • 60+ mins of Extras (inc. interviews, deleted scenes)
  • Includes Full Director’s Commentary
  • Bonus Short Films!
  • 22-page Print Booklet of Owlman Incantations!
  • 440-page Arcana Book with over 200 photographs and illustrations and over 50,000 words of LOT stories!
  • SIGNED by director Lawrie Brewster and writer Sarah Daly (also known as the music artist Metaphorest)
  • Limited Edition Serial Numbers
  • Comes hand-wrapped in black tissue and feathers!
  • Includes Digital Art Pack, with desktop backgrounds, 3x printable posters and high res Owlman photos!

    Synopsis
    Lord of Tears is a Scottish-produced Gothic romance with a kind of slendermanesque feel. Bits of the Wicker Man and The Shining are there along with a lot of offbeat 70’s horror movies and a dash of Hammer! The story concerns a man cursed to be stalked by an immortal owl-headed stalker. Yes, there is a lady, too (she’s intelligent and more than eye-candy!) and a host of perverse twists (you have to love the moments in a movie that make you go, “Oh god, wtf – noooo noo NOO!”)



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    The Hatred Review – A History Lesson Dug Up From The Depths Of Hell

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    Starring Zelda Adams, Lulu Adams, John Law

    Directed by John Law


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    The Hatred is a visually-appealing look into the eyes of animus, and all of the beauty of returning the harm to those who have awarded it to others.

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    I love Jason Voorhees.

    And what makes Jason my favorite of all horror movie villains is that, unlike Freddy, Michael, and Leatherface, Jason has evolved a f*cking ton over his cinematic lifespan.

    Changing from a bald kid in a lake, to a backwoods butcher with a love for potato sacks, to an unstoppable zombie force, Jason has come a long way, baby. And today’s animated video is all about celebrating Jason’s evolution in a fun, informative way.

    Do you have any “non-horror” friends that are interested in the story of Jason but will never watch the films with you? Then here is the cute widdle video from Tell It Animated just for them. You’ll enjoy it too.

    You can give the fun video a watch below and then let us know what you think!

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    Jason Voorhees has changed a lot since his first appearance in Friday the 13th. From skinny child to hockey mask slasher to rebuilt space Jason and back again, this video goes through his progression.

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