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Horror movies in theaters: Sept. 2014

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Here are a few all-new horror movies that are releasing in theaters for the month of September! Stay tuned for October movie releases that will be posted, as there are a number of them releasing in theaters, VOD and DVD/Blu Ray.


"The Remaining"
In Movie Theaters: Friday, September 5, 2014
Director: Casey La Scala
Rating: PG-13
Runtime: 88 minutes
Production Companies: Affirm Films, Cinematic

Johnny Pacar ... Tommy
Shaun Sipos ... Jack
Bryan Dechart ... Dan
Alexa PenaVega ... Skylar (as Alexa Vega)
Italia Ricci ... Allison
Liz E. Morgan ... Sam
John Pyper-Ferguson ... Pastor Shay
Kim Pacheco ... Nurse Rachel
Hayley Lovitt ... Southern Belle
Erin Murphy ... Lindsey

Description: From the producer of "Donnie Darko," "The Remaining" brings horror fans a new look at what could happen during a biblical apocalypse. When a group of friends gather at a wedding, the celebration comes screeching to a halt due to apocalyptic events that are beyond scary. Everyone is forced to take a hard look at their lives, their loves and their faith, and then make the hard choice of trying to survive survival or seeking redemption.


In Movie Theaters: Friday, September 19, 2014
Director: Kevin Smith
Rating: R
Runtime: 102 minutes
Production Companies: Demarest Films, Phase 4 Films, SModcast Pictures
Taglines: "Let me tell you a story, A truly transformative tale, All that separates man from animal are the stories he tells."

Genesis Rodriguez ... Allison
Haley Joel Osment ... Teddy
Harley Quinn Smith ... Colleen McKenzie
Justin Long ... Wallace Bryton
Michael Parks ... Howard Howe
Lily-Rose Melody Depp ... Colleen Collette

Description: This movie follows a male podcaster who wants to interview an eccentric seafarer. What the podcaster doesn't know, is that his interviewee is a deranged psychotic killer, who wants to kidnap and torture him, both mentally and physically.


"Darker Than Night"
In Movie Theaters: Friday, September 26, 2014
Director: Henry Bedwell
Rating: R
Runtime: 96 minutes
Production Companies: Celeste Films, Filmadora Nacional, Neo Art
Taglines: "How many lives do you have?"

Ona Casamiquela ... Vicky
Erendira Ibarra ... Pilar
Adriana Louvier ... María
Sara Manni ... Ofelia (Joven)
Miguel Rodarte ... Loco
Margarita Sanz ... Evangelina
Zuria Vega ... Greta
Daniel Villar ... Prometido Ofelia

Description: When Ophelia learns of the death of her Aunt Susan, she inherits a house and decides to move in with a few of her friends. Once they start settling into the house, a number of strange things begin happening that none of these young women can initially explain.

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