COMING SOON TO Digital + DVD

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Coming soon to Digital & DVD  100 YEARS OF HORROR  — February 6th — DVD release Hosted by Christopher Lee, the screen’s legendary King of Horror, this frightfully, fascinating program chronicles the history of movie horror from the earliest experimental chillers through the unforgettable “golden age of movie monsters” and on through today’s graphic horror […]

NATPE MIAMI, 2018

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Our sales and acquisitions teams attend conferences and trade shows throughout the year where they get the chance to meet buyers who are typically positioned across the world.   This January, they attended NATPE, the National Association of Television Program Executives in Miami, Florida. The marketplace conference brings together a copious amount of industry professionals […]

A GREAT CANNIBAL HORROR MOVIE THIS THANKSGIVING

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Buzzard Hollow Beef is one holiday horror movie you won’t want to miss. The beef-themed thriller tells the story of Jordan Vollmer, a recently divorced single-mother heading home to her family for the Thanksgiving holiday in the mysterious town of Buzzard Hollow. When the family and friends begin experiencing vivid hallucinations after eating locally sourced meat, […]

MULTICOM ENTERTAINMENT FALL 2017 — REEL, SOCIAL MEDIA & MORE

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Something we’ve been working towards this fall season has been transitioning into a simpler digital media presence– introducing our main channel brand as Multicom Entertainment.   Part of that effort has been hosting a streamlining existence on the internet via our social media accounts. Having a collective hub of our content, new release announcements and updates […]

IT’S A ROCKABILLY WORLD

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  Rockabilly is a unique blend of music that dates back to the 1950’s– a popular mix of country styles with rhythm and blues. It combines these sweet sounds and a 50s flair to execute the unique folk-blues hybrid. The sounds grew out of the South in the 1950s with local artists, expanding nationwide by […]