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DEADLY REVISIONS is Finishing Up in Post While The Straying is Gearing up for Pre-Production

The upcoming psychological horror film, DEADLY REVISIONS, starring Bill Oberst Jr., is currently finishing up in post-production but this doesn’t mean that writer-director Gregory Blair is taking it easy now.  Blair has a new horror film, THE STRAYING going into pre-production … Continue reading

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Bill Oberst Jr.’s Deadly Revisions Completes Principal Photography

Principal photography for Anything Horror fav, Bill Oberst Jr’s latest horror flick, DEADLY REVISIONS, is complete.  DEADLY REVISIONS is written and directed by Gregory Blair and stars Bill Oberst, Jr., Mikhail Blokh, Cindy Merrill, Lise Hart, Ronny Coleman, Gregory Blair, Dawna Lee … Continue reading

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Bill Oberst Jr. Film Gets a New Title, “DEADLY REVISIONS”

Anything Horror fav, Bill Oberst Jr’s upcoming film just got a brand new title.  Check out the press release: *****FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE***** Bill Oberst Jr. film from PIX/SEE Productions gets a wicked new name: “DEADLY REVISIONS”! Gregory Blair’s mystery/thriller starring … Continue reading

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Teaser Trailer for Indie Horror ‘Scare Tactics’ Hits the Web

The teaser trailer for the upcoming indie horror flick, SCARE TACTICS, has been released and it looks interesting. The film is still in it’s pre-production and fundraising stage and is planning on going into production in autumn of this year. … Continue reading

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