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Barbara Crampton on BLOOD BROTHERS, WE ARE STILL HERE and YOU'RE NEXT

 Barbara achieved her greatest enduring cult popularity as sweet college coed "Megan Halsey" in Stuart Gordon's terrific Re-Animator (1985). She gave an excellent performance as the ambitious, but prim and repressed "Dr. Katherine McMichaels" in the equally fine From Beyond (1986). Crampton was quite engaging as the perky "Suzie Lynn" in the fun Chopping Mall (1986) and typically solid as the unhappy "Susan Reilly" in Castle Freak (1995)

Barbara returned to the horror genre with 2011's YOU'RE NEXT and has turned out some impressive work in films like; LORDS OF SALEM, WE ARE STILL HERE and SUN CHOKE. In addition to acting Barbara has produced 2015's ROAD GAMES and BEYOND THE GATES that's slated to be released on December 9, 2016.

 Critically-acclaimed festival favorite THE DIVINE TRAGEDIES, from writer-director Jose Prendes, will be distributed in the US by Uncork’d Entertainment under new title BLOOD BROTHERS.





The first feature from Dual Visions, the company headed up by Jon and James Kondelik, has been called “a dangerous and perfect little nightmare that needs to be seen” (Aint it Cool News) and “simply divine” (Dread Central).

Due for a theatrical/VOD release December 2, it tells of two brothers that fulfill their murderous fantasies, but doing so derails their relationship with horrifying results. Rising star Hannah Levien, from TV’s The Magicians, genre favorite Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator), Ken Foree (The Devil’s Rejects), Graham Denman and Lynn Lowry (The Crazies) star.

 
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