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Sunday, June 24, 2018

Trailer Released For Horror Comedy "Office Uprising"

The official trailer, along with some poster artwork, has been released for Sony Crackle's upcoming horror comedy "Office Uprising". The film is directed by Lin Oeding and stars Brenton Thwaites, Tony-nominated actor Zachary Levi, Jane Levy, Karan Soni, Ian Harding, Gregg Henry, and Alan Ritchson. "Office Uprising" launches on July 19th. PS3 and PS4 subscribers can catch the film July 12.

An underachiever working at a major weapons manufacturing firm who finds that his co-workers have been “weaponized” by Zolt, a new energy drink designed for the military. He must then set off to rescue his one true love from an office building full of psychotic coworkers armed with tomorrow’s deadliest tech.

Horror Sequel "14 Cameras" Gets Summer Release

"14 Cameras" is the much anticipated sequel to acclaimed 2015 horror "13 Cameras" directed by Scott Hussain and Seth Fuller. Gravitas Ventures has announced a July 27th release date for the follow up. "14 Cameras" stars Neville Archambault, Amber Midthunder, Chelsea Edmundson and Brianne Moncrief.

When a family of four rent a beautiful house for their summer vacation, the price seems too good to be true. Unbeknownst to them, the lascivious owner (Archambault) has set up a series of spy cams throughout the house, documenting their most intimate moments and live-streaming them to the dark web.

Trailer Released For International Thriller "Susu"

Check out the trailer for British thriller with International spin "Susu", directed by Yixi Sun. The film stars Zitong Wu, Frederick Szkoda, Steve Edwin, Zhu Lin, and Junjie Mao. Shot at historical sites, a 16th century English mansion and the old house of Charlie Chaplin and his mother.

Qi’an and Aimo (Zitong Wu and Lin Zhu) are close friends and students living in London. Having been offered a weekend job as Chinese language translators, they travel to an old English family mansion in the countryside to transcribe the films of a Chinese Kunqu Opera star Susu, who married into the English family. Though the two girls are intrigued by the mansion’s enormous collection of items from the golden age of cinema, Qi’an and Aimo quickly become unsettled by the strange environment and the mansion’s occupants, hoping to get out of there as soon as possible. Their exit is delayed, though, with the arrival of the handsome heir to the house, Benjamin; both girls develop an affection for him, leading to a growing tension between the two friends. But when Aimo goes missing, Qi’an discovers the disturbing secrets that the mansion’s occupants would rather not reveal.

Aussie Thriller "Out Of The Shadows" Available On VOD

Aussie thriller directed by Dee  McLachlan, "Out Of The Shadows" is available on VOD. The film stars Goran D. Kleut, Lisa Chappell, Jake Ryan, Helmut Bakaitis, and Kendal Rae. Check out the trailer below.

In the film, a newly married detective and his pregnant wife move into their dream home unaware of its dark and twisted history. When Katrina claims their baby is being tormented by a supernatural force, she seeks the help of a renegade demonologist. But her husband Eric decides to take matters into his own hands, and begins investigating to past history of the home in order to save his family.


From the filmmakers that brought you WORM, FAMILIAR, HEIR, REMOTE & THE LAST HALLOWEEN, comes the new short form nightmare HANG UP!
Starring Robert Nolan, Astrida Auza & Jane Pokou
“An accidental butt dial provides a curious husband an unexpected glimpse into the mind of his loving wife”

Saturday, June 23, 2018

New McG Netflix Film "Rim Of The World" In Production

McG is in production for his new Netflix film "Rim Of The World". Deadline reports the film will star Jack Gore, Miya Cech, Benjamin Flores Jr., King Bach, Alessio Scalzotto, Lynn Collins, Annabeth Gish, and Michael Beach. Along with co-stars Tony Cavalero, musician/entertainer Rudy Mancuso, Carl McDowell, Chris Wylde, David Theune, Punam Patel, and Jason Rogel.

Four misfit teenagers who become unlikely allies when their summer camp experience is cut short by an alien invasion. In this epic adventure film, the youths must overcome their fears, tackle insecurities and learn to work as a team while they attempt to save the world.

My Review Of "Minutes To Midnight"

"Minutes To Midnight" is directed by Christopher Ray from a script co-written with Victoria Dadi. The film has some names attached to it, William Baldwin, Richard Grieco, Bill Moseley, Dominique Swain star alongside John Hannigan, Christopher Judge, Viva Bianca, and  Mercy Malick....and many more. The talent listed is pretty impressive and worthy for a microbudget indie project like this.

What happens when a night of fun turns into a night of horror?  Seven friends and a mysterious backpacker converge at a desolate ski lodge in the mountains and as the clock begins the countdown to the New Year, they discover that the end of the old year may be the end of all their years as they are systematically hunted down by ruthless masked men with a deadly agenda.

Ray and Dadi'so story is a heavy, well drawn out slasher filled backwoods horror that takes all the traditional but cool elements of the genre and lets loose the beast. Although it lacks originality, "Minutes To Midnight" stitches together these tropes seemless and purposefully. Nothing feels forced or too much.

I was impressed with how well the cast delivered their characters with authenticity. Fully developed, brought to life without seeming coerced or over-the-top. Aside from Bill Moseley, who always rocks, it is the lesser known,  indie 20-somethings that stand out as seasoned performers. Okay there are moments that seem to fall flat but not enough to hurt the overall energy of the movie.

The real star of this one is the special effects and creature design. The psychopaths offer some dominant and chilling horror. Angus being the real nightmare presence that pretty much guarantees sequels for "Minutes To Midnight". Plus there is tons of gore, guts and a hefty body count. The middle kinda lags with most of the drama and story taking center stage and only two kills, but the third act goes full throttle and gives good death!

Overall "Minutes To Midnight" is a nice indie slasher film that is worth watching and entertaining enough to add the collection. I plan to put this one in my stacks, earmarked for a horror watch, both Halloween and New Years. Oh and the cinematography is pretty awesome as well-atmospheric, eerie and quality work. (4/5)


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