June 29, 2020 - Atlanta, GA - 3rd Fathom Films and Gravitas Ventures announce an official release date of June 30, 2020 for Taylor Ri'chard's 'Hallowed Be Thy Name.'
The writer, director, and producer of 'Hallowed Be Thy Name' has informed us of a delayed date for the film release. After preparing for a release date of June 2, 2020 to all major digital platforms and cable, the film release has been postponed until later in the month. While an exact date has not yet been confirmed between Gravitas Ventures and 3rd Fathom Films, fans should anticipate the film to be available late June or early July. The film had to abandon theaters earlier this year after businesses began to shut down due to the severity of the Coronavirus pandemic. It's unfortunate to announce that the film is being affected by yet another setback under the constantly changing circumstances. While the delay is disappointing, Gravitas Ventures and 3rd Fathom films hope to have a new release date announcement soon. Fans can expect more information to circulate about this film as Gravitas Ventures and 3rd Fathom Films plan a new target date for the release.
For generations, people have told each other ghost stories and cautionary tales to scare their friends but the age old tradition of telling scary stories has gotten an upgrade with creepypastas. What is a creepypasta? For those who do not know already, a creepypasta as you guessed it is a scary story or urban legend that is shared through websites, social media, and chatrooms becoming internet folklore that is talked about both on and offline. With that being said, I am Creepstock and I will be your narrator. Here are 10 Scariest Creepypastas Ever Told:
Warning: SPOILERS for The Walking Dead 10x14, 'Look At The Flowers'.
Over the last few years there has been a massive resurgence in people holding pagan beliefs and practising witchcraft.
I struggle with Major Depressive Disorder, Discouraged Borderline Personality Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and Complex PTSD. Mental health management is a huge passion of mine, and I am constantly sharing the benefits of alternative forms of therapy, such as bibliotherapy and art therapy.
“Serial killers are everywhere!
Well, perhaps not in our neighbourhood, but on our television screens,
at the movie theatres, and in rows and rows of books at our local Borders or Barnes.”
Vampire bats have long been associated with tales of blood-sucking, immortal vampires that burn in the sun, cower from garlic and meet their demise from silver and holy water.
There's so much from Stephen King as it is, so it's easy to miss even the most obscure. Part of the reason for that is the fact that many get plenty of press, lots of sold tickets, interviews and hoopla. Whereas others are just back-burned due to being under major development or limited to a particular platform. Hence why you have to read up on this! Take notes. Prepare. And.... Perhaps subscribe to those streaming platforms?
Originally published on simplygitana.com.
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