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Friday, January 16, 2015

DVD Release Date Announced For “The Shattering”


TSThe DVD release date for “The Shattering” has been set for March 24th, 2015. The film is directed by Jason Boritz and inspired by the 2005 disappearance of six students in Northern California. “The Shattering” stars Chris Jarvis, Liam Mcmahon, Elizabeth Anweis, Jaz Martin, Anna Moore.

In the dead of night, Donovan (Liam McMahon) drives his girlfriend, Lucy (Anna Moore) and four friends to a secret rendezvous in the woods. They believe they are meeting a medicine man who can cure Lucy's terminal cancer, but they grow suspicious when a booby-trap in the road forces them to stop short of their destination, and one of them is brutally killed and dragged from the car. The remaining five run for their lives to a deserted cabin, dodging the enchanted wolves that have slaughtered their friend and the bullets of the paramilitary commandoes that hunt them. As the friends die one by one at the hands of the wolves, they realize too late that Donovan has set them up as bait in exchange for the wolf saliva he believes will heal his beloved's disease. But even Dylan is not prepared to pay the price for Lucy's cure.



DVD Release Date For “The Sins Of Dracula”


TSOD“The Sins Of Dracula” is coming to DVD on March 24th! The film is directed by Richard Griffin and stars Michael Thurber, Jamie Dufault, Sarah Nicklin, Samantha Acampora, Steven O'Broin. “The Sins Of Dracula” is available for pre-order at Amazon.

A tongue-in-cheek tale that satirizes the Christian scare films of the 70s and 80s, The Sins of Dracula is a story of sex, sacrilege, and sin. It’s a world where Sondheim is Satan, Broadway means blasphemy, and where taking the stage just might mean curtains…for your eternal soul.

As the star of his church choir, there’s nothing that brings Billy more joy than the opportunity to sing for an audience. However, as his desire to perform grows, the stalwart youth finds that waiting until Sunday to get his fix just simply isn’t enough. Going against the advice of his pastor, Billy follows his girlfriend into the world of secular entertainment, joining the local community theatre troupe. There, Billy is introduced to a whole new world, where his fellow thespians dabble in drugs, sexual perversion, and table-top game-play. Yet, for all the newly minted depravities Billy encounters, none could prepare him for the darkest truth of them all: The theatre group is actually a front for a Satanic cult intent on raising Dracula from the grave!

With The Ants Back, Check Out New Poster For “It Came From The Desert”

THE ANT INVASION BEGINS!

The film version of the cult classic 80’s video game, inspired by the 50’s b-movie classic “Them!”, begins production for 2016 release. Originally the producers were not going to go with the iconic ants, instead hoping to cash in on the giant spider craze that has been attacking todays b-movie genre. After some very negative internet buzz when word came out about the film version of the game the producers opted to put the ants back in. Thank you to the gods because the other way would have been a disaster.

Roger! Pictures is producing a FEATURE FILM based on the 80’s cult video game IT CAME FROM THE DESERT by Cinemaware. A teaser trailer will be released next week. For now check out the new poster featuring the giant Formica. Also peep the first piece of art work for the giant spider design.

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Scandinavia Set To Make First Ever Werewolf Movie With “Party Animal”


Variety is reporting that Norwegian genre scribe-helmer Patrik Syversen (“Hellfjord”) has teamed with L.A. based XYZ Films for the first ever Scandinavian werewolf flick, “Party Animal”. Screenwriter-actor Stig Frode Henriksen, a co-scribe on the “Dead Snow” zombie Nazi franchise co-wrote the script for “Party Animal”.

werewolfThe film is described as a horror film with action and comedic beats, in which a delusional young man who is charged with setting up the bachelor party for his best friend at a locked-down location.He soon finds himself fighting for his life when it turns out the groom is a werewolf. “Party Animal” is currently in the developmental stage.

Anchor Bay Entertainment Spread A Little Green And A Whole Lotta Red With “Muck”


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This St. Patrick’s Day, Anchor Bay Entertainment invites fans for a little bit’o the green and a LOT of the red with MUCK, a chiller seething with the greatest fear of all: that nowhere is safe! The directorial debut of Steve Wolsh, who also wrote and produced, MUCK reads like a bloody love letter filled with just the sort of jolts horror fans have been waiting to hear – and see!

muckShot in state-of-the-art 4K Ultra HD resolution, MUCK is packed with old-school effects, shocks – and yes, breasts – that stick with you, creating terror with effects and stunts without the use of CGI. MUCK arrives Tuesday, March 17th – uncut, uncensored, and unrated – available on Blu-ray™ for $26.99 and $22.98 for the DVD.

For fans who like their 4K horror on the big screen, MUCK will also have a limited theatrical engagement starting Friday, March 13th.

After narrowly escaping an ancient burial ground, long forgotten and buried underneath the marshes of Cape Cod, a group of friends emerge from the thick, marshy darkness, tattered and bloody, lucky to be alive. They have already lost two of their friends in the marsh, presumably dead. They stumble upon an empty Cape Cod vacation house alongside the foggy marsh and break in to take shelter.

Whatever was in the marsh is still after them, and soon after one of them goes for help, the rest of the group learns that the evil in the marsh is not the only thing that wants them dead. Something worse, something more savage, was lying in wait just outside the marsh, in the house. What happens next is unspeakable horror that cannot be unseen. These unlucky travelers spend their St. Patrick’s Day trapped between two evils forcing them to fight, die, or go back the way they came.

Featuring Kane Hodder (Hatchet, Jason Voorhees in four of the Friday the 13th films), Lachlan Buchanan (“Pretty Little Liars”), Puja Mohindra (Foreign), Bryce Draper (Bound), and YouTube Sensation Lauren Francesca (iwantmylauren), MUCK is throwback horror at its best.






Thursday, January 15, 2015

DVD Cover Art And Release Date For Low-Budget Horror “Revolution 666”


r666The ultra low-budget horror “Revolution 666” has a DVD release date and new cover art. The film is directed by Matt Jaissle and stars Jill Plescher, Adolf Mulzer, Don Mature, Deanna Cockrum, Ezekiel Alexander. Currently open for preorder at Amazon “Revolution 666” will hit shelves on March 24th, 2015.

“Revolution 666” has a Manson-style cult using a long-lost "Fab Four" song to jump-start the zombie Helter Skelter. A popular radio DJ plays the song inadvertently creating a flesh eating zombie in a walrus costume. You can read my review of the film here: My Review Of “Revolution 666”.











The Final Teaser Poster for “Other Halves” Features Manic Pixie Dream... Man


The final teaser image for Other Halves has arrived. This poster features Carson Nicely as Mike, in a very revealing role.

"I couldn't be more excited to start filming - this movie gets right to the point," says Nicely, an actor, model, and director in his own right. "I’m expecting an amazing experience while filming in San Francisco with the best crew and cast yet I've worked with yet."

“Other Halves focuses on a team of successful, driven women,” says writer and co-producer Kelly Morr. “We wanted to give them the male equivalent of a Manic Pixie Dream Girl, and thus, Mike was created. When we met Carson, we knew he was the perfect man to give life to Mike. I mean, his last name is Nicely for goodness sake!”

Other_Halves_Carson_FetalOther Halves, a new horror film set in the world of tech startups, begins filming in San Francisco at the end of January. The project, from One Oh One Radio Pictures, is the feature film debut for director and co-writer Matthew T. Price, and co-writer Kelly Morr.

The film stars Mercedes Manning (Strictly Sexual, Zipper) and Lauren Lakis (Hybrids, Gun Woman) as programmers who develop a revolutionary new dating app called Other Halves. On the night before the app is set to launch, they discover it causes strange side effects: users lose all self-control, becoming amoral, lascivious, violent... evil. They consider shutting the app down, but...

Evil is profitable.

Other Halves, produced by Curt Chatham, also stars Lianna Liew (Truth Or Dare), Megan Hui (The Before Time), Melanie Friedrich (Positive: Some Doors Should Remain Closed), Sam Schweikert (Hart of Dixie), and Carson Nicely (The Conan O'Brien Show).

You can follow the production on their website, www.OtherHalv.es. You can also follow the film on Facebook, Twitter (@OtherHalvesFilm), and Instagram (@OtherHalvesFilm).






Wednesday, January 14, 2015

“Bloodsucking Bastards” Premiere Set For Opening Night Of Slamdance


Bloodsucking BastardsHorror comedy “Bloodsucking Bastards” is set to premiere on opening night of Slamdance Film Festival. The film is directed by Brian James O'Connell from a script written by Ryan Mitts and Dr. God. “Bloodsucking Bastards” stars Fran Kranz (Evan), Emma Fitzpatrick (Amanda), Pedro Pascal (Max), Joey Kern (Tim), Yvette Yates (Zabeth), Joel Murray (Ted).

“Bloodsucking Bastards” will show at 8:00pm Jan. 23rd  with a second showing on Monday Jan. 26th at 1:40pm. The vamp romp is described as “Shaun Of The Dead” meets ‘The Office’. Check the full Slamdance Schedule here: SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL.

The film follows Evan Sanders, a dutiful employee stuck at a soul-killing corporation with his beautiful girlfriend Amanda and slacker best friend Tim. Evan’s world crumbles when Amanda dumps him and his boss hands his coveted promotion to his longtime nemesis. As officemates start going through disturbing changes and bodies begin to pile up, Evan must find a way to stop the evil brewing amidst the cubicles, win back Amanda, and rescue his workplace pals before his life and career go from dead-end… to just dead.


Trailer And Poster Released For “China Bigfoot: The Legend Of The Yeren”


China-Bigfoot-posterAn official poster and trailer has been released for Ethan Whiley’s Asian cryptid adventure, “China Bigfoot: The Legend Of The Yeren”. The film stars Sasha Jackson, Douglas Tait, Erroll Shand, Jiahang Su, and Jonathan Kos-Read. Check out the trailer below.

After a small airplane crash lands in a remote area of Central China, several passengers survive, including a Chinese boy and his American guardian. As they wait to be rescued, they soon encounter the mysterious Yeren-- an elusive ape-man creature rumored to have inhabited the Shennongjia mountains for many centuries. When ruthless poachers arrive to capture the Yeren, our heroes must decide if the unique creature is their friend or foe.










My Review Of Zombie Drama Short “Like There’s No Tomorrow”


LTNTKyle Schiffert’s zombie/drama is an emotional character study framed around an outbreak that leaves one man alone, dealing with his own mortality, as he comes to terms with being infected by the zombie virus. The short film stars Owen McCuen and is twenty-five minutes of heartfelt, poignant drama. The story follows Joe as he deals with his fast approaching death, coping with the inevitability of the situation, he struggles through various stages of grief.

The story is a strong, deeply personal piece that emotes with a somber tone. Schiffert takes a thoughtful, restrained approached in bringing the story to life, with McCuen giving a pretty tight performance. “Like There’s No Tomorrow” doesn’t manducate on the zombie aspect, instead the short film chooses to softly, focus on the human experience of coping with infection while isolated from all you know and love. It has heart.

“Like There’s No Tomorrow” doesn’t present new concepts of zombification, there is no actual zombies shown. There is just the simple element of horror as one man deals with dying, framed by the outbreak. Schiffert has real talent and potential in both writing and directing. I felt a real connection with the character, Joe, as he struggled. “Like There’s No Tomorrow” is a nice dramatic tale that captures the emotion of it all, something a lot of the feature films showcasing this side of the zombie outbreak have failed to do in the past.

New Character Posters For “Christmas At Dracula’s”


CAD titlecardCheck out the new character posters for Simon Mckeon’s “Christmas At Dracula’s”. The posters coincide with the announcement of a charity screening to benefit SVP Society UCC. a University College Of Cork, Ireland charity. “Christmas At Dracula’s” stars Conor Dwane, Michael O Dowd, Noelle Clarke, Jonathan O'Dwyer, Jerry O Mullane, Art Kelleher, John Browne, Lorraine Comisky, Dave McGuire, Conor Slattery, Lochlainn McKenna. The film is a an indie black comedy with some of the world’s most iconic monster characters.

Told through the eyes of The Invisible Man, Count Dracula has hit rock bottom, so with the help of his noble companion Igor, he decides to throw the greatest Christmas party of all time. He invites to this - The Wolfman, Medusa, The Wicked Witch, Frankenstein, Dr Jekyll and The Invisible Man. But when two killers arrive at the door, things slowly begin to spiral out of control. And Dracula's faith lies in the hands of one creature...death himself!

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My Review Of “Bleeding Hearts”


bleeding-hearts_large_800Kenneth Del Vecchio’s  “Bleeding Hearts” is a follow up to the deliciously wicked crime/horror “Scavenger Killers”. The film takes the dark satirical madness to a small town inhabited by psychotic sisters who lure in men to torture, play and kill as a budding documentarian sets out to explore the town’s darker side. “Bleeding Hearts” is directed by Dylan Banks and stars Dustin Diamond, Robert Loggia, Charles Durning, Tony Todd, Suzi Lorraine, Rachael Robbins, Robert Bogue. Melantha Blackthorne, Jamie White, Seregon O'dassey.

Where Vecchio’s last film leaned more toward exploitation/splatter film mixed with crime thriller, “Bleeding Hearts” leans toward black comedy/fetish horror with a psycho killer kink. The story is straight forward, easy to follow and quick witted. Vecchio shines in his writing style and disheveled characters, along with writing partner Rachael Robbins. There is a lot of camp and trash worked into the characters and dialog that makes “Bleeding Hearts” fun, and entertaining. Although “Scavenger Killers” was a much stronger piece than this one.

The acting is decent enough with enough recognizable celebs playing a role in the film, from both the A list and D list. Some of the over-the-top execution of dialog falls flat and feels contrived, but for the most part the cast has great timing, delivers some very amusing lines, and really gets into the story. The story arc isn’t completely solid, but “Bleeding Hearts” isn’t a cerebral piece demanding one to think too hard on what is taking place. It is meant as a wicked, lighthearted slice of horror comedy that almost passes as soft-core porn. Personally I think the sex and nudity could have gone into Lars Von Trier territory but there is plenty o’ flesh a go-go here.

The special effects and kill sequences carry on the fun, high octane attitude of “Bleeding Hearts” using practical effects, plenty of blood, and all sorts of kink as men get beat, kicked, screwed, tied down, caged….you get the point, before eventually facing the slaughter. The scenes are a bit much at times, with the intended humor falling flat as character’s emotions seem forced. It isn’t consistent, nor is it too extreme as to kill the delightful mood of watching this bit of trash-tastic horror homage.

Overall, “Bleeding Hearts” will fail to meet the more serious horror fan’s expectations, but for the peeps-especially the guys-that like shameless cheeky horror, this film offers more than enough camp, fetish, flesh, blood to entertain. The acting is just as you would expect, “less is not more in this situation, more is more” when it comes to the melodramatic delivery of the cast, witty dialog, insane atmosphere, and campy vibe. “Bleeding Hearts”, as I said earlier, isn’t as strong a film as “Scavenger Killers”, but the familiar actors, and twisted humor of Vecchio and Robbins is very much present.

Trailer And Poster Revealed For “Unfriended”



unfriendedThe official trailer and poster has been revealed for techie horror “Unfriended”. The social media based nightmare is directed by Levan Gabriadze and hits theatres on April 17th, 2015. “Unfriended” stars  Shelley Hennig, Moses Storm, Renee Olstead, Will Peltz, Jacob Wysocki, Courtney Halverson, and Heather Sossaman.

While video chatting one night, six high school friends receive a Skype message from a classmate who killed herself exactly one year ago. At first they think it’s a prank, but when the girl starts revealing the friends’ darkest secrets, they realize they are dealing with something from beyong this world, something that wants them dead. Told entirely from a young girl’s computer desktop, CYBERNATURAL redefines “found footage” for a new generation of teens.










Tuesday, January 13, 2015

First Teaser Goes Online For “Other Halves”


other halvesThe first teaser trailer for Other Halves is now online! In the video, Jasmine (Mercedes Manning) pitches the Other Halves app to investors. But when she uses it, something goes terribly wrong…

Other Halves, a new horror film set in the world of tech startups, begins filming in San Francisco at the end of January. The project, from One Oh One Radio Pictures, is the feature film debut for director and co-writer Matthew T. Price, and co-writer Kelly Morr.

The film stars Mercedes Manning and Lauren Lakis (Hybrids, Gun Woman) as programmers who develop a revolutionary new dating app called Other Halves. On the night before the app is set to launch, they discover it causes strange side effects: users lose all self-control, becoming amoral, lascivious, violent... evil. They consider shutting the app down, but...

Evil is profitable.

Other Halves, produced by Curt Chatham, also stars Lianna Liew (Truth Or Dare), Megan Hui (The Before Time), Melanie Friedrich (Positive: Some Doors Should Remain Closed), Sam Schweikert (Hart of Dixie), and Carson Nicely (The Conan O'Brien Show).






My Review Of “Realm Of Souls”


ROS“Realm Of Souls” is a blended found footage/traditional campy horror film with heavy supernatural overtures. The film is directed by Chase Smith, who wrote the script as well, and stars Lance Paul Hoover, Ella Bardine, Chase Smith, Jon Bailey. The story focuses on a documentary team searching the whereabouts of colleagues who go missing after they set out to document some of Georgia’s most notorious haunted locations.

The story is a multi-layered amalgamation of traditional third person point-of-view, found footage and supernatural-with the classic killer-in-the-woods amping things up. It sounds complicated, and a bit too much, and in most cases these attempts are just that. There is often incoherent story arcs, schizophrenic scene changes, etc., something that Smith managed-for the most part-to avoid with “Realm Of Souls”. The story manages to stay together and move forward as intended. There are some sticky points that sort of irked me, the constant switching between the genre film styles at this rate of transition does distract some from the intense chilling atmosphere at times.

The other aspect of “Realm Of Souls” that was a bit bothersome was the ineffectual supernatural characters, and the fact that the first forty minutes – after an awesomely gratuitous opening sequence-feel flat and seemed to drag on too long. Other than that there is so many more things to like about this one. The fact that Chase Smith is able to make this amount of film stylizing, and different horror elements string together is a sign of real talent and story telling. The cast give decent performances for the most part, bringing the characters closer to “believable”. There are times that many of the cast get shaky and lose the drama in several scenes, but it is inconsistent, which never makes the film un-watchable.

The special effects and creature make-up both are nicely accomplished through practical and standard CGI-only what is necessary to tell the supernatural aspect of the story. There is plenty of gore, blood splatter, and screams in “Realm Of Souls” to entertain most horror fans, provided you get past the cinematic choices that Smith takes to bring this nightmare to life. I hung in there and I am glad. Although the points I mentioned that bothered me-really bothered me, every time the dark, creepy horror took over in the film I felt satisfied. The kills are delightful in this one. Blunt, visceral, and gruesome.

Overall “Realm Of Souls” is a worthy effort to create a more interesting found footage ghost story. Chase Smith takes a chance and on many levels it works to his good. The story is fluid, layered, and dark. The blood and guts get a B from me, although I think he could have upped the ante with more graphic, splatter flick kill sequences. The soundtrack is hit or miss with some good instrumental and music choices pushing against a few really bad ones that just didn’t fit the scene or enhance the moment, other than that “Realm Of Souls” is one that I will watch again.

Stephen King’s ‘Mr. Mercedes’ TV Series


Mr. MercedesDeadline is reporting Sonar Entertainment as adapting a limited TV series of Stephen King’s ‘Mr.Mercedes’. David E. Kelley (Boston Legal, The Practice)  has been tapped to write the script, with Jack Bender (Lost) picked to set in the director’s chair. ‘Mr. Mercedes’ is the first book in a trilogy, with the second book, ‘Finders Keepers’, set to come out this May.


“In a mega-stakes, high-suspense race against time, three of the most unlikely and winning heroes Stephen King has ever created try to stop a lone killer from blowing up thousands.


In the frigid pre-dawn hours, in a distressed Midwestern city, hundreds of desperate unemployed folks are lined up for a spot at a job fair. Without warning, a lone driver plows through the crowd in a stolen Mercedes, running over the innocent, backing up, and charging again. Eight people are killed; fifteen are wounded. The killer escapes.


In another part of town, months later, a retired cop named Bill Hodges is still haunted by the unsolved crime. When he gets a crazed letter from someone who self-identifies as the “perk” and threatens an even more diabolical attack, Hodges wakes up from his depressed and vacant retirement, hell-bent on preventing another tragedy.


Brady Hartfield lives with his alcoholic mother in the house where he was born. He loved the feel of death under the wheels of the Mercedes, and he wants that rush again. Only Bill Hodges, with a couple of highly unlikely allies, can apprehend the killer before he strikes again. And they have no time to lose, because Brady’s next mission, if it succeeds, will kill or maim thousands.


Mr. Mercedes is a war between good and evil, from the master of suspense whose insight into the mind of this obsessed, insane killer is chilling and unforgettable.”



Legless Corpse Acquires Genre Bending Sci-fi “Gilgamesh”


GilgameshLegless Corpse Films has announced the acquisition of genre bending sci-fi/action, horror “Gilgamesh”. The film is directed by Richard Chandler and is one of the most interesting original indie concepts to come along in a while. “Gilgamesh” stars Josh Davis, Emily Coleman, Oselito Joseph, Jon Pierce, Ray Hryb, Emilie Faith Lewis, Carver Riot, Peter Morse, Giancarlo Madonnini, Joe Victor, James Baker, Matt Colicci, Lilith Astaroth, Sarah Michelle, and will be available on VOD/DVD February 3rd, 2015.

“Gilgamesh” is a mixed genre movie that contains an unusual hybrid of Sci-Fi, fantasy, horror, exploitation, and political thriller. It has it all! Told in flashback-style, US Senator Higgins (Gannascoli) interrogates imprisoned archeologist David Murphy (Davis) in order to learn how Murphy and his wife Kristen (Blackthorne) were involved in an expedition that may have accidentally freed from her ancient prison Inanna (Coleman), the Sumerian goddess of lust and war.

Here is the multiplexing plot of “Gilgamesh”: 

While Inanna plots to destroy earth using a giant meteor to collide into the planet, the American President (Morse) and his military men (Pierce, Madonnini, and Victor) hope to utilize Inanna as a weapon of mass destruction. However a violent communist take- over of the US government, led by Special Agent Lars (Chandler) and his ally Angela Kozlov (Riot), complicates the government’s goal to exploit Inanna.

As chaos ensues, the ancient god Gilgamesh (Joseph) ponders whether or not he will act as mankind’s last best hope to save humanity from its rendezvous with annihilation.

Release Date Set For “RPG”


RPGArc Entertainment has set the release date for sci-fi, thriller “RPG” for February 10th, 2015 on VOD and DVD. The film is directed by David Rebordão and Tino Navarro. “RPG” stars Rutger Hauer, Cian Barry, Alix Wilton Regan, and Nik Xhelilaj.

In a future world not too far away, multimillionaire Steve Battier (Rutger Hauer) is dying from a terminal disease. He accepts an offer from a biotechnological company that provides a very select group of clients the opportunity to be young again and free from disease… but there is a catch. Steve is joined by 9 other powerful players of the world, and they scheme against each other to survive. It soon turns into a game of death for all but one. He will enjoy all the seductions of youth, but may have to pay the ultimate price.








Details Released For Upcoming Anthology “Tales Of Halloween”


TofHEpic Entertainment has released the details of their upcoming horror anthology “Tales Of Halloween”. The feature flick will star Barry Bostwick, John Landis and Stuart Gordon. The rest of the cast consists of Pat Healy, Barry Bostwick, Noah Segan, Booboo Stewart, Greg Grunberg, Clare Kramer, Alex Essoe, Lin Shaye, Dana Gould, James Duval, Elissa Dowling, Grace Phipps, Pollyana McIntosh, Marc Senter, Tiffany Shepis, John F. Beach, Trent Haaga, Casey Ruggieri, Kristina Klebe, Cerina Vincent, John Savage, Keir Gilchrist, Nick Principe, Amanda Moyer, Jennifer Wenger, Sam Witwer, Jose Pablo Cantillo, Ben Woolf, Caroline Williams, Robert Rusler, Cameron Easton, Austin Falk, Madison Iseman, Daniel Dimaggio, Natalie Castillo, Ben Stillwell and Hunter Smit.

The film has cameos from Joe Dante, John Landis, Adam Green, Adam Pascal, Adrianne Curry, Mick Garris, Lombardo Boyer, Graham Skipper, Stuart Gordon, Greg McLean, Spooky Dan Walker and Adrienne Barbeau. “Tales Of Halloween” will showcase ten stories woven together by their shared theme of Halloween night in an American suburb, where ghouls, imps, aliens and axe murderers appear for one night only to terrorize unsuspecting residents.

In Tales of Halloween, every role is filled with iconic figures,” said Epic Pictures Co-Founder Shaked Berenson. “It’s a big bloody love letter made by horror fans for horror fans.”

“Tales Of Halloween” will showcase ten stories woven together by their shared theme of Halloween night in an American suburb, where ghouls, imps, aliens and axe murderers appear for one night only to terrorize unsuspecting residents.

“Tales Of Halloween”  will showcase the following ten short stories:

‘Trick’ directed by Adam Gierasch
‘Bad Seed’ directed by Neil Marshall
‘Grimm Grinning Ghost’ directed by Axelle Carolyn
“The Weak and the Wicked’ directed by Paul Solet
‘Friday the 31st’ directed by Mike Mendez
‘The Ransom of Rusty Rex’ directed by Ryan Schifrin
‘This means War’ directed by Andrew Kasch and John Skipp
‘The Night Billy raised Hell’ directed by Darren Lynn Bousman
‘Sweet Tooth’ directed by Dave Parker
‘Ding Dong’ directed by Lucky McKee

“Zombieworld” Gets Release Date


zombieworldDirectors Adam Myette O’Brien, and Tommy Woodard’s zombie anthology  “ZombieWorld” has a release date set by Image Entertainment. The film starring Bill Oberst Jr., José María Angorilla, Marc Velasco, Noé Blancafort and Salvador Llós will land February 24th, 2015. Also showcased are the directorial talents of Adriàn Cardona, Cameron McCulloch, David Muñoz, Jared Marshall, Jesse Baget, Jonathan Brown, Luke Giudici, Paul Shrimpton, Peter Horn, Tomy Woodard, Vedran Marjanovic and Zach Ramelan.

There is nowhere to hide…nowhere to run…the Zombie Apocalypse has come, and our world now belongs to the dead! From Ireland, Canada, Australia, Europe and all over the U.S., the bone-chilling news reports tell the same gruesome tale – walking corpses terrorize and devour the living. Only a few desperate humans find the courage to stand and fight for their last chance at survival. But the hordes of undead keep coming, and there’s only one thing on the menu – us.




Release Date Announced For “Frankenstein VS The Mummy”


FvMImage Entertainment has announced the release date for epic showdown “Frankenstein VS The Mummy”. The film will be available on VOD and DVD February 10th, 2015. “Frankenstein VS The Mummy” stars Ashton Leigh, Brandon DeSpain, Constantin Tripes, Max Rhyser and Robert MacNaughton.

The mummy of a cursed pharaoh and a reanimated corpse terrorize a medical university. Only an Egyptologist and a college professor, the deranged Dr. Frankenstein, may be able to stop the creatures before it's too late.













Monday, January 12, 2015

Official Trailer For Ryan Reynolds’ “The Voices”


The VoicesCheck out the official trailer and poster for Ryan Reynolds’ vehicle “The Voices”. The film also stars Gemma Arterton, Anna Kendrick, Jacki Weaver and is directed by Marjane Satrapi. “The Voices” is due out in limited theatrical run February 6th, as well as on VOD.

This genre-bending tale centers around Jerry Hickfang, a lovable but disturbed factory worker who yearns for attention from a woman in accounting. When their relationship takes a sudden, murderous turn, Jerry’s evil talking cat and benevolent talking dog lead him down a fantastical path where he ultimately finds salvation.











“Iron Doors” Gets UK DVD/VOD Release


ItonDoorsFans of claustrophobic, single location thrillers such as Cube, Saw and Buried are in for a real treat this month when Stephen Manuel's multi award winning IRON DOORS is released on DVD and VOD in UK by Warwick Films with a street date of January 19th 2015.

Locked in a vault, a young investment banker faces a slow death from starvation. Who kidnapped him and why? How can he escape the concrete walls and massive iron door that confine him? His journey of self discovery has only just began and his fight for survival will teach him values in life he previously thought impossible.

Iron Doors premiered at Berlin Film Festival where it was snapped up by Jinga Films for worldwide sales. It went on to win Best Film at Haapsalu Film Festival, Best Actor for Axel Wedekind at Fantasporto and Best Cinematography at the European Independent Film Festival.








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