Saturday, July 7, 2012

Three International Posters For “The Tall Man”

Three International Posters for Pascal Laugher’s “The Tall Man” starring Jessica Biel, Jodelle Ferland, Stephen McHattie, William B. Davis, Samantha Ferris.  In an isolated, slowly dying mining town, children are vanishing without a trace – abducted, the townsfolk whisper, by a mysterious entity known locally as “The Tall Man.” Town nurse Julia Denning seems skeptical…until her young David disappears in the middle of night. Frantic to rescue the boy, Julia lives every parent’s darkest nightmare

Check Out The Comic Con Poster For “Pacific Rim”

Check out the giant ass robot that Idris Elba will be piloting in Guillermo del Toro’s “Pacific Rim” in 2013.
When an alien attack threatens the Earth's existence, giant robots piloted by humans are deployed to fight off the menace.


Darker Loves: Tales Of Mystery And Regret By James Dorr

Book Worth Reading:

darker_love__38277_zoom"Pulp Fantasy, supernatural horror, magical realism, folklore retold and revitalized -- these are just some of the elements Dorr draws upon to create worlds and characters at once recognizable and strange. A hybrid of fantasy and storytelling, these 14 stories and 13 poems (reprints and originals) are equal parts of nightmare and dream unified by a persistent sense of awe... Dorr's fictions nod to literary traditions without playing slave to them, resulting in what I can only describe as modern myths universal in theme while intimate in approach." - William P. Simmons, Hellnotes

read an excerpt here:

Check Out The Comic Con Poster For “The Hobbit”

Just after hearing about the principle photography for “The Hobbit” finally wrapping we now have the comic con poster for Peter Jackson’s retelling of “The Hobbit”. Jackson posted the poster on his Facebook Page with a greeting for the coming San Diego convention.

A curious Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins, journeys to the Lonely Mountain with a vigorous group of Dwarves to reclaim a treasure stolen from them by the dragon Smaug.


Friday, July 6, 2012

Trailer For Latest Found Footage Flick “Entity”

entityaThirty four unidentified bodies were found in shallow graves in a remote Siberian forest. No official explanation was ever discovered. Directed by Steve Stone and starring Dervla Kirwan, Charlotte Riley, Branko Tomovic, Oliver Jackson, Rupert Hill, and David Worden.
1998: Thirty four unidentified bodies were found in shallow graves in a remote Siberian forest. Despite subsequent police investigations no official explanation was ever offered by the Russian authorities for these deaths.
The case was closed three years later.
2010: A small English TV crew set out for the remote Russian forest.
The Darkest Secrets TV programme revisits the sites of unsolved crimes. They employ the gifts of a psychic whose extraordinary powers may shed new light on this old mystery.
The last communication to their production office in London stated that they were approaching the Siberian region where the bodies were found.
Nothing was heard from them again.

Facebook Page and Website

Check Out The Trailer For “The Bench”

The-Bench-Poster-610x870Directed by Sean Paul Wilkie and starring Carmern Pieraccini, Ross Maxwell, Jennifer Byrne, Matt McClure, Ilaria Nardini, Christopher Summers, Joy McAvoy, Robert Harrison, Jim Sweeney, Tony McGeever, Rebekah Lamb and Gareth Hunter. Considered a modern classic in the making. The Bench is tense and emotional horror in the style of the slasher movies of the 70's and 80's with a modern twist and an eclectic young cast of Scottish talent, yet to be discovered. Check out the trailer for “The Bench”.

The story goes that there is a room, in the middle of the woods and if you enter it - you will never come out!

There is a legend, of a boy called Chester Oakes. Chester lived with his Father in a cabin in the woods. His Mother died during childbirth. His Father would hunt and trap animals and cut them up to sell the meat at the market in town.
One day Chester's Father never returned from hunting and when Chester found him, he was caught in his own trap. Well Chester had never been right, he did the only thing he knew to do with an injured animal...he cut his Father up - in the basement - on The Bench.

He was never seen again and now six kids are staying at that cabin for the weekend and they just found the room and it's only a matter of time before Chester comes home and one by one they have to face THE BENCH.

Facebook Page

Cultish Trailer For “Silent Cradle”

Silent-Cradle-Poster-610x863“Silent Cradle” is currently in production, principle photography began mid April 2012 and is nearing post-production phase. The film stars Corina Hobbs, Kemal Yildirim, Mike Mitchell, Eileen Daly, Gary Cross, Karen Louise and Sam Cullingworth. Directed by Kemal Yildirim and Jack James.

When the wind blows the cradle will rock...
Suffering from a miscarriage Leanne struggles to deal with the recent loss of her unborn child which in turn affects her relationship with boyfriend Michael. Leanne becomes reclusive and begins to hear noises; babies crying and animalistic ritual sounds merging together. Disconnected from the world Leanne begins to experience strange phenomena all around her until one day she receives news that she has inherited a house from a strange distant relative. Leanne feels compelled to find out more about this inheritance and pulled to go to the house and does so thus starting a chain of events that lead Leanne into a what has been calling her all along.

Facebook Page

Watch “The Perfect House” Via Facebook Right Now!

The-Perfect-HouseDirected by Kris Hulbert and Randy Kent “The Perfect House” is taking an innovative approach to marketing this horror film. Right now you can watch the gory and scary film through Facebook. “The Perfect House” franchise depicts true horror and the anonymity it hides behind. Through a rotating cast of inhabitants and time periods the movie explores true evil and the motives behind it.
Not every house was meant to be a home. Some houses are just born bad. The Perfect House franchise is the story of such a house. All three films and "TPH Origins: John Doesy" intertwine in any order to tell a single story about the life and death of the Perfect House. Each film in the franchise tells separate segments of a seemingly perfect home that is consistently on the market for new occupants. Adding to this unique franchise are the different styles that each installment is shot in and the original way each film connects together.
The original film gives the back story of three home owners spread out over several decades. Filmed as an homage to horror, every story is shot with the horror influences of the time period that each home owner occupies the house. The second film gives us the stories of what happens before and after the first film, and reveals someone desperately working to uncover the secrets of the Perfect House. In the third installment, the birth and death of the house is front and center as the secret origins of the house are finally revealed. The franchise's most popular and prolific killer, John Doesy, takes over with his own franchise. "TPH Origins: John Doesy" delves into the childhood and traumatic experiences that ultimately bring Doesy to the door step of the Perfect House. The Doesy franchise will follow his weekly routine of psychological and physical torture, which claims the lives of over 200 victims during his five year reign of terror.
These franchises will have fans spending years exploring each film in an effort to discover all the secrets of The Perfect House.

Facebook Page and Website

The Disappeared By David B. Silva

Book Worth Reading:

front_med__43896_zoomTen years ago: Gabriel Knight, age 11, takes a bike ride to the park and becomes one of the ... disappeared.
When Teri Knight answers a knock at the front door, she discovers her son Gabriel standing in the doorway. Only it can't be her son. Gabe took a bike ride to the park ten years ago, at age 11, and became one of the disappeared. He would be 21 now and this boy ... this boy is the same age as Gabe was when he went missing. Except for the color of his eyes, he looks exactly like her son. He's wearing the same clothes her son wore the day he disappeared. He even refers to her as Mom.
If he is Gabe, how is that possible?
Why hasn't he aged?
Where has he been for ten years?
And why is he so weak and in apparent ill health?
Teri is struggling with each of these questions and barely getting to know this boy who has arrived so unexpectedly, miraculously at her door, when a team of armed men arrive at the house in search of the boy.
For Gabe and Teri the clock is now ticking - and time is running out.
Who are these men?
What do they want?
Is this boy really Teri's lost son, Gabe?
A dark thriller with a highly unusual and inventive twist.
check it out here!

Solaris RIsing Science Fiction Anthology Series Back!

ebook Worth Reading:


“In November 2011 we re-launched the Solaris Book of New Science Fiction series as  Solaris Rising.  Ian Whates did an incredible job of assembling 19 outstanding stories; they had no theme, except to demonstrate brilliant writing and show how amazing and varied SF can be. The response to the collection, both critically and commercially, has been astounding. Amazing. Better than we hoped.
So of course we had Ian working on Solaris Rising 2 as quickly as possible. That means we have SR2 to be published in early 2013.
We weren’t sure if we, let alone readers, could wait that long, so then we decided to give Ian some news. We were too impatient to wait, we wanted another collection sooner, halfway between SR1 and SR2. After some arm-twisting, Ian – who has an amazing ability to bring the best stories out of the most talented writers – was onboard. The writing had to be just as brilliant and you can’t just magic these things up, so this collection would be half the size – 9 stories – and only available in ebook, thereby circumnavigating the long lead times of physical publishing and distribution. Just one thing left to decide, what shall we call it? Well, it’s obvious really: Solaris Rising 1.5.
Ian delivered it to us last month and once again we’ll be publishing the most amazing collection of authors and fantastic breadth of stories. We’ll be publishing it Tuesday July 17th. Hold on to your hats (and ereaders).”
Solaris Rising 1.5, featuring:
Adam Roberts, Aliette de Bodard, Gareth L. Powell, Mike Resnick, Sarah Lotz, Phillip Vine, Tanith Lee, Paul Cornell, and Paul di Filippo.
Out Monday July 16th

check it out here!

Check Out The Teaser Trailer For “Blood For Irina”

FILM WITH BLOOD FOR IRINA. Chris Alexander, editor of Fangoria magazine, makes directorial debut with a haunting vampire tale. IRINA is the genre label's first film production.
Writer, journalist and FANGORIA magazine editor Chris Alexander makes his directorial feature film debut for Autonomy Pictures with "BLOOD FOR IRINA," a psychological, experimental vampire tale. Alexander
approached Autonomy Pictures with a micro-budget proposal, the desire to make a personal horror film, a fever dream inspired by Herzog,Rollin and Franco. The film was shot in five days at a crumbling 70 year old waterfront motel set for demolition in Toronto, Canada.
Autonomy Pictures executive producers Derek Curl ("HOUSE OF THE DEVIL," "STAKE LAND"), David Gregory ("THE THEATRE BIZARRE," "PLAGUE TOWN") and Lewis Tice (Danger After Dark), already impressed with Alexander's revitalization of Fangoria since taking over as
editor-in-chief, were excited to see what he would do with a genre-based underground concept, budget and schedule. The film is currently in post-production and will hit film festivals later this year.

Irina (Shauna Henry) is dying. A predator who stalks streets at night
looking for blood, she has lived over a century; tormented by memory,
living in a run-down motel by the sea, Irina has reached the end. Her
perceptions skewed, her body and mind revolting against themselves,
she waits for an exit.
Her private hell is echoed by the motel manager (David Goodfellow, who
also co-produced), driven by an obsession to protect Irina and keep
her secrets safe, and a broken prostitute (Carrie Gemmell) whose
desperate plight may be worse than Irina¹s. It's the tale of three
people living a life on the fringe, trapped in world of literal and
figurative decay.

Facebook Page

Thursday, July 5, 2012

New Site To Rot Ur Brain To!

Check out the latest killer website listed in my blog links...The New Site is Kevin Sommerfield's Slasher Studios. He is an indie horror writer director and producer. His films include the acclaimed short "Teddy" not to mention "Popularity Killer" and the just finished "Blood Brothers". Check out his site for the last on his projects and his own personal obsession with the genre we all love so much. Place mouse on 5th tab on the right side of page under about me to expose the Shit To Rot Ur Brain To tab...Also see it in my links section...

New Images For “Lords Of Salem” Show Some Wicked Women

lords-of-salem-movieCheck out the new images from “Lords Of Salem” . The film has an all star cast including: Sheri Moon Zombie, Meg Foster, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Ken Foree, Udo Kier, Dee Wallace, Sid Haig, Christopher Knight, and Michael Barryman.
Heidi, a blonde rock chick, DJs at a local radio station and, together with the two Hermans (Whitey and Munster), forms part of the "Big H Radio Team".
A mysterious wooden box containing a vinyl record arrives for Heidi, "a gift from the Lords". She assumes it's a rock band on a mission to spread their word. As Heidi and Whitey play the Lords' record, it starts to play backwards, and Heidi experiences a flashback to a past trauma.
Later Whitey plays the Lords' record, dubbing them the Lords of Salem, and to his surprise, the record plays normally and is a massive hit with listeners.
The arrival of another wooden box from the Lords presents the Big H Team with free tickets, posters and records to host a gig in Salem. Soon Heidi and her cohorts find that the gig is far from the rock spectacle they're expecting: The original Lords of Salem are returning, and they're out for BLOOD.


Screen Shot Of Promo Art For Thriller “A Trick”

Check out the screen shot for the promo poster of “A Trick”. Not my trick cause I haven’t had one in a long while! Married ya see! The film is a thriller an exhilarating thrill ride and new spin on, "A wolf in sheep's clothing." We meet Valarie as she comes toe to toe with a seemingly gentle do-gooder, but she quickly learns, there is a bit more to this “gentleman” than meets the eye. Directed by Michael J. Mitchell and produced by Michael J. Mitchell, Josh Hodgins, Cliff Goldsmith, Erik A. Williams, and Brandon Russell the film comes from Light Productions & JH Productions LLC. According to Light Productions Facebook they have a lot of stills from "A Trick" that they will be sharing soon!

Check Out The Trailer For “The Borneo Incident”

The-Borneo-Inceident-Poster-610x836“The Borneo Incident” is a documentary styled film directed by Michael Helfman and starring Henry Golding, Fay Hokulani, Mitch Ross, Rob Gilliland featuring Dennis Lau, Hansen Lee, Daphne Iking and Carmen Soo. Check out the trailer below and decide if you can handle the adventure or not. From what I can gather from the teaser trailer this is part travel adventure and part supernatural horror that may just prove that footage styled films will thrive forever, much like a few predecessors did. “Grave Encounters, Paranormal Activity” and The Blair Witch Project” just to name a few. Based on this view I think I may like this movie.

Facebook Page

“After Birth” Part Creature Feature, Part Supernatural Nightmare

Check out the teaser trailer for “After Birth” a supernatural creature feature that finds one mother with reasons enough for to regret taking that ‘pro-life’ stance.  Described as “A filthy, bloody, terrifying journey where a defenseless girl must fight for survival against her hungry, flesh-eating, demonic baby.” Directed by Tara Robinson and starring Nicola Fiore.
When the beautiful Bethany finds herself homeless, she takes up residence in an old, condemned building, not knowing it’s already occupied by an evil beyond her worst nightmare. She quickly realizes she’s pregnant, but the violent birth she endures is just the beginning of the gruesome battle she must fight against the hungry newborn with a taste for human flesh.”

Facebook Page

Official Trailer For “Thale”

Directed by Aleksander Nordaa and starring Silje Reinåmo, Erlend Nervold, Jon Sigve Skard, Morten Andresen, Sunniva Lien. -- Music by Raymond Enoksen and Geirmund Simonsen.
“Thale” revolves around huldra, a mythical, tailed creature, found by two crimes scene cleaners in a concealed cellar. Someone’s been keeping her down here for decades, for reasons soon to surface.

Facebook Page

Official Trailer For “Six Degrees Of Hell”

429987_350166728335651_2007568016_nA Corey Feldman horror film centering on The Hotel of Horror in Saylorsburg, PA. Shot in the actual Hotel of Horror in Saylorsburg, PA (, Corey Feldman headlines a cast of veterans and newcomers in top of the line horror film that brings fun back to horror. The film completed shooting August, 22, 2011 and is readying deliverables to distributors. Directed by Joe Raffa and starring Corey Feldman, Joe Raffa, Nicole Cinaglia, David Bonner.

Six people and their lives are stitched together by a supernatural force that has laid claim to one of them. A Halloween haunted establishment is ground zero for a paranormal perfect storm inadvertently touched off by a seemingly random series of events.

Facebook Page

New One Sheet For “The Day”

312082_201100273288308_4253672_n“The Day” has released a new one sheet. The post apocalyptic movie is from WWE Studios which has been having a good DVD run with their venture into the world of genre film making. This film is directed by Doug Aarniokoski and stars SHAWN ASHMORE (X-Men, Frozen, The Ruins), ASHLEY BELL (The Last Exorcism), CORY HARDRICT (Gran Torino, Battle:Los Angeles), DOMINIC MONAGHAN (Lost, Lord of the Rings) and SHANNYN SOSSAMON (Wristcutters: A Love Story, One Missed Call, Road to Nowhere). Check out the new one-sheet and look for it to hit theaters in August.

Open war against humanity rages. 5 survivors - lost and on the run. The pursuit is relentless, the bullets are dwindling and the battle is everywhere. This is a 24-hour look into their lives. Wandering the back roads of a ravaged landscape looking for refuge in The Day, a terrifying look into a post-apocalyptic future. As war ravages humanity, destroying civilization and most of life on earth, the survivors realize they must do whatever it takes to stay alive. Lost, starving, and exhausted, they seek shelter in a seemingly safe abandoned farmhouse. However, while searching for food and resources, they unwittingly set off a trap signaling to their ruthless predators lying in wait to begin their deadly attack. With food and ammunition dwindling, the group must make a desperate final stand—over a 24 hour period—battling for their ultimate survival."


Facebook Page

New Image From Set Of “Carrie” Movie

Probably one of the most buzzed about remakes today is the “Carrie” remake. If you can actually call it that. This film is exciting because it may actually  be the first time we see a true attempt to bring the original story to the screen with little if any compromise. For me at the start of hearing about this remake I was not that impressed, considering how many remakes have came out of late I felt this would be no big deal. Now I have hope for the world of ‘remakes’ with what is reported to be happening with this film. Not to mention that after seeing Chloe Moretz in “The Texas Killing Field” and “Let Me In” it is clear she is no ordinary actress. Much like here few adult counterparts she has been able to bring to the screen a dark haunting feel to her characters that is only achieved after many many years of acting. So I cannot what to see her ‘Carrie Darkly’ take on the main character in this remake.

Sacrifice By Russell James

ebook Worth Reading:

Sacrifice72lgWho can save the children from the Woodsman?
Thirty years ago, six high school friends banded together to confront the Woodsman, a murderous specter whose prey was children. None of the friends will ever forget the horror of those weeks…or blood chilling image of the Woodsman.
Now the six have returned to town for a long overdue reunion. Except the Woodsman hasn’t finished with them yet. As a new nightmare unfolds, ripping open old scars and inflicting fresh terror, what will each of them have to sacrifice this time to keep the children safe and the Woodsman at bay?
read excerpt:
Copyright © 2012 Russell James
All rights reserved — a Samhain Publishing, Ltd. publication

Lightning arced across the night sky. In its flash, the Sagebrook water tower stood like a gleaming white beacon above the trees on the hill. Ten seconds later, thunder rolled in behind it, the way every event has an echo that follows.
Five figures scurried along the catwalk around the tower, one of the old-fashioned kinds, where a squat cylinder with a conical hat sat on six spindly steel legs a few hundred feet in the air.   A newer tower served the people’s water needs, but the old girl was an icon for the Long Island town, so the trustees kept it painted white and emblazoned with the “Sagebrook-Founded on 1741” logo to remind themselves of their heritage. Once per year, the logo changed to celebrate the graduation of the Whitman High senior class. 
The boys on the catwalk were going to see that this year it changed twice. These seniors had committed more than their fair share of pranks; stolen street signs, a tap into the high school PA system, swapping the state flag in front of school with the Jolly Roger. But this stunt would top them all
They had all met in the sixth grade, where their teacher had dubbed them “The Dirty Half Dozen” due to their inseparability and penchant for trouble. (The title had stuck.) They hadn’t done anything as dangerous as tonight’s foray, but anything worth a good laugh was worth doing.
“Who’s got the red?” Bob whispered, though no one but the boys could be within earshot. He crouched at the base of the new banner that read “Congratulations Class of 1980” with “Go Minutemen” painted underneath in red letters. Bob was rail thin with an unruly head of brown hair that consented to a part on the right and little else. An unlit cigarette dangled from the corner of his mouth.
“Right here,” Paul said. He handed Bob a can of red spray paint. Paul stood several inches taller than the rest of the boys and his broad shoulders made the narrow catwalk a tight fit. He wore his Minutemen football team jacket, though Dave had told him the white leather sleeves would look like two glow worms crawling across the tower at night. His hair was cropped close and he sported the shadow of what he euphemistically called a moustache.
A blast of cold wind hit the tower. The snaps on Paul’s jacket hit the metal railing with a reverberating ping.
A third boy, Jeff, hung over the catwalk railing. He had a long face with ears that had stuck out just enough for a good round of elementary school ribbing. He held his New York Mets ball cap tight as he looked down at the perimeter fence. A ten-year-old Olds Vista Cruiser station wagon idled near the hole in the fence. There was a slight lope to the modified V8’s rumbling exhaust through the turbo mufflers. The headlights were off, but the parking lights lit the edges of the car. Jeff spoke into a cheap Japanese walkie talkie.
“Dave,” he said. “What the hell are you doing with the lights on?”
“Damn,” Dave answered from the Vista. “Sorry man.” The marker lights in the car went dark. “It’s clear down here.”
“At two a.m. it had better be,” said Ken, a red headed kid with a rash of freckles across his cheekbones. He slipped behind Jeff to join Bob and Paul. He brushed against Jeff’s butt as he squeezed by.
“Watch it, homo,” Jeff said.
“It’s your ass,” Ken said. “It’s so enticing. We’re here in the dark…”
“Hey,” Bob snapped. “You girls want to shut the hell up and start spraying?”
Twin lightning flashes lit a big cloud like a floating anvil-shaped lantern. Thunder crackled across the sky five seconds later.
Marc, the last boy on the tower sat at the opening where the access ladder met the catwalk. His feet dangled through the opening. Both hands gripped the catwalk rail. He was the slightest of the group and he had to brace himself against a renewed gust of wind that rocked his thick curly black hair back and forth. There were only four cans of paint, so he could have stayed in the car on watch with Dave. But there was something to prove by climbing the tower, though he wasn’t sure of it was to the others or to himself. The journey did enlighten him about one thing. He was definitely acrophobic.
“We better hurry,” Marc said. “We don’t want to be up here in the rain.”
“You said we’d have clear weather,” Paul said to Ken as Ken handed him a can of white spray paint.
“No,” Ken said. “I said there was a twenty percent chance of a shower. When I have a few free hours, I’ll explain probability to you, Jockstrap.”
“There’s a one hundred percent probability I’m going to throw you all off this damn tower if you don’t shut up,” Bob said. The spray can in his hand started to hiss. “If we don’t do this tonight, they’ll have time to paint over it before graduation. Let’s go.”
“All for none…” Paul said. 
“And none for all,” the group finished. The teen’s unofficial motto, in its sarcastic denial of camaraderie, completely represented theirs.
Paul, Jeff and Ken joined in and the side of the tower sounded like a den of spitting cobras. The “G” in “Go” lost a few of its edges. A “B” took shape on the tower’s side.
Another bolt of lightning arced from the anvil cloud to the ground. This time the thunder reported only a second after. The smell of rain wafted in on the breeze. A spray of fat drops splattered against the tank like machine gun fire.
“Hey, guys,” Dave’s voice said from the walkie-talkie in Jeff’s belt. “It’s starting to rain down here. Is it raining up there?”
“No,” Ken answered to himself with a roll of his eyes. “It always rains from the ground up.”
Jeff gave a quick look at the peak of the tower, then at the approaching cloud. “This thing is one hell of a conductor. We should…”
Lightning split the sky above their heads. The thunder was simultaneous and sharp, so loud that the boys could feel it rumble.
“Hang on, wussies,” Bob said. He gave the tower one last blast from his can. He stood up and leaned back against the railing. “Go Minutemen” had been transformed into “Blow Minutemen.”
Paul gave his “L” one final shot of red. He appraised his work with an admiring stare. “How did Ms. Kravitz ever give me a D in Art?”
Marc stood at the ladder, one foot on the first rung. “Let’s go!”
The air around them seemed to come alive, as if the molecules had decided to dance in circles around each other. The hair on the boys’ arms stood on end. Jeff’s walkie talkie buzzed like a cicada. A freezing downdraft swept the catwalk. Five heartbeats went into overdrive.
“Lay flat!’ Jeff shouted.
The boys dove for the decking. Marc, already on the ladder, just hung on.
A white light blinding as the power of God enveloped the tower. Deafening thunder blanketed the boys and the air turned hot and dry. Uncountable volts pumped through the tower as the lightning bolt ripped from the spire on the peak to the ground below. Jeff’s radio exploded in a shower of sparks and melted plastic. The boys’ bodies jittered against the catwalk decking, belt buckles clanging against the steel. Clothing smoked and there was the disgusting smell of burnt hair. The split second seemed to last forever.
check it out here!

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Check Out The Festival Poster For Chilean Horror “Hidden In The Woods”

“This raw slice of demented energy. Inspired by true events, is the terrifying story of two sisters raised in forest isolation and subjected to torments from their abusive drug dealer father. When they finally report him, he chainsaws the two investigating cops to death and is jailed before he can tell psychotic drug lord Costello the exact location of his remaining stash. So Costello sends violent henchmen to find the missing merchandise hidden somewhere in the woods. Reaching heights of deranged frenzy unlike anything seen before, director Patricio Valladares is yet another exciting talent to emerge from the current hotbed of South American horror.

Trailer For Italian Horror Film “Paura”3D

“Paura”3D is directed by The Manetti Brothers and stars Peppe Servillo, Francesca Cuttica, Lorenzo Pedrotti, Domenico Diele and Claudio Di Biagio.
“When mechanic Ale overhears a conversation between a wealthy customer and the garage owner, he knows what he and his two best mates Simone and Marco are going to do for the next few days. For Marquis Lanzi wants his best car serviced while he goes on a short holiday and before long the trio are driving to his Rome villa intent on having a wild weekend in total luxury. But as they start raiding the fridge, swimming in the pool and playing video games without a care in the world something is about to happen that will change their lives forever. No, no, please don’t look in the basement….”



Tuesday, July 3, 2012

“Kicking Zombie Ass For Jesus” Teaser Poster!

A new Zombie attack is launching on Kickstarter July 5th. From the twisted mind behind “Ticked Off Trannies With Knives”. In a zombie apocalypse the only survivors are gay people and church people. Lord help us all.
“Kicking Zombie Ass For Jesus” is a old-school zombie film where everyone's turned into zombies. The only survivors are members of the gay community and bible thumpers. This film melds the genres of LGBT, horror and christian films. “Kicking Zombie Ass For Jesus” is the next companion piece film to Ticked-Off Trannies With Knives. It's the 2nd in Israel Luna's Grindhouse trilogy incorporating the same gritty tone, 70's feel and over-the-top characters and situations.

Sneak Peek At Season 7 Of ‘Dexter’

A super fast sneak peak at season 7 of ‘Dexter’ beggin’ for a break down…..

Check Out This Motion Poster For “Dredd”

Killer motion poster for “Dredd”.

j8i71v_thumb[3]Dredd takes place on a fictional Earth created as a result of the Atomic Wars. Survivors of this period are living in Mega-Cities, which protects its citizens from the Cursed Earth, a radioactive desert environment populated by mutants. The main story takes place in Mega-City One, where the police who are now called judges have the power to use police brutality to some extent to fight extreme murders. One man, Judge Dredd (Karl Urban), a senior law enforcement officer, teams up with a cadet called Judge Anderson (Olivia Thirlby) to track down a terrorist organization lead by Ma-Ma (Lena Headey), who is responsible for selling a reality-altering drug called Slo-Mo.

New Trailer For “Iron Sky” Shows True Genius Of The Film

Iron_Sky_1Okay, I have seen the first trailer and promo stuff for “Iron Sky” a film that had Nazi’s flee the defeat in Europe to the dark side of the Moon. There have been a lot of Nazi themed horror and sci-flicks lately. Mostly you know it is only for the shock value that the Swastika has, until you watch this new trailer for the film. It is brilliant the vision of this movie has unfolded with more footage that shows not only the past few years of ridiculousness of Politics, Social Upheaval, Pop Culture absurdity. Combine that with terrorism and Alien invasion of an Identifiable kind and you have the awesomeness that is “Iron Sky”. This film amps my faith in original and inventive story ideas.

In the last moments of World War II, a secret Nazi space program evaded destruction by fleeing to the Dark Side of the Moon. During 70 years of utter secrecy, the Nazis construct a gigantic space fortress with a massive armada of flying saucers. When American astronaut James Washington (Christopher Kirby) puts down his Lunar Lander a bit too close to the secret Nazi base, the Moon Führer (Udo Kier) decides the glorious moment of retaking the Earth has arrived sooner than expected. Washington claims the mission is just a publicity stunt for the President of the United States (Stephanie Paul), but what else could the man be but a scout for the imminent attack by Earth forces? The Fourth Reich must act! Two Nazi officers, ruthless Klaus Adler (Götz Otto) and idealistic Renate Richter (Julia Dietze), travel to Earth to prepare the invasion. In the end when the Moon Nazi UFO armada darkens the skies, ready to strike at the unprepared Earth, every man, woman and nation alike, must re-evaluate their priorities.

Check Out The Trailer For Indie Horror Flick “Don’t Go On The Trail”

380367_233763386742555_1625696037_nDue out Halloween, “Don’t Go In The Woods” is a indie flick directed by Jody S. Dean who also wrote and produced the project. The film stars Allie Madison, Morgan Middlebrook, Jody Dean, Cora Williams, Aaron Nelson, Victoria Blair, Kelly Novinski, Blair Baker, Michael Rodriguez, Eugene Mccauley, Anthony Hall, and Stephanie Walk. Check out the trailer.

After Hellady Marie James, is raped and murdered, she comes back to life seeking revenge on any and everyone that walks the trail. A Jody S. Dean Film.

Facebook Page and Website

“Embryo” 1976 Full Movie


“Embryo” is a retelling of the Frankenstein story from a 70’s science fiction point of view. The film is directed by Ralph Nelson and stars Rock Hudson, Barbara Carrera, Roddy McDowell and Diane Ladd. Released in 1976.
A scientist (Hudson) experiments on a fetus, accelerating its growth within weeks into a beautiful young woman (Carrera). The woman becomes his protégé - the lessons culminating one night in sex. But when she becomes pregnant, the woman begins to age rapidly. From there things go horribly wrong.

Dueling Minds Anthology

Book Worth Reading:

freeman05A very unique inspirational based concept. One Image shown to six different authors who then create there own story based on that image. In this case it was a haunting and whimsical piece from from acclaimed artist Alan M. Clark.

Where do you get your ideas?

It's probably the most common question an author gets asked during his or her career. This anthology isn't meant to answer that question, but it is designed to give readers a glimpse into how the imagination works. Featuring stories by Brian Keene, Gary A. Braunbeck, Tom Piccirilli, Tim Lebbon, Jenny Orosel, and Gerard Houarner! Cover artwork by Alan M. Clark (the subject of inspiration) and Interior artwork by Erin S. Wells.
check it out here!

“Dead Crossroads”: Real Places, Stories And Fears

332093_212215455531450_2060717688_oThis at the moment has nothing to do with American interest other than those of us who are fans of real ghost stories and those shows dedicated to exploration with documentation of such places where the story can be found. A Rue Morgue venture focusing on haunted locations around France hosted by explorer and journalist Fabien Delage called “Dead Crossroads” is seeking funding to help bring this unique “series” to light. The show will focus on areas vaguely familiar and barely researched across France. This is exciting because there are very few places left on this planet to explore and investigate, plus France is one of the few countries that for some reason has very little representation in Western culture but a very large influence. It is one of the few European cultures that has originated our myths and legends next to Romania and Germany. So there is a very strong desire to bring forth more French based media, not only with paranormal television but in horror genre media alike. So check out the Facebook page and if your able hit up the campaign. Good luck to Rue Morgue and the folks behind this project, many safe and haunted travels.

Dead Crossroads is a new and innovative ghost show, a sinister travelogue that will take you to places few would suspect exist. Armed with video cameras and hiking bags, Fabien Delage – freelance artist and contributor to Rue Morgue Magazine – and French survival guide Julien Mazzitelli explore French haunted ruins, some of the grandest, oddest and unluckiest buildings in the country of France.
Like a seasoned teller of ghost stories, Fabien’s words and images reveal what lies beyond the gates and beneath the floorboards. There are many infamous haunted houses in France, places with a long story. The two explorers investigate architecture of a morbid past by shooting and photographing ; spending one day and one terrifying night in the most haunted buildings in the country. Dead Crossroads is the first film report on France ghost houses and lost treasures.
Playing with the codes of the documentary genre and the found footage aesthetics, Dead Crossroad will feature ten 15 minutes scary episodes. In each, French Horror expert Fabien Delage and his friend Julien spend an incredibly frightening night and capture on tapes some very disturbing spooks and phenomena's. Some of these footage will scare the hell out of you.
At night, in these mansions built in the mid-nineteenth century, in these abandoned, remote and forgotten places, danger can come from anywhere… Stalkers, phantoms, destructive poltergeist manifestations, strange noises and creepy bugs invasions ; the camera of Dead Crossroads captures the most unbelievable and unexplained phenomenas.

424143_254189331334062_1853057300_nThis new paranormal show documents what is left of French forbidden haunted houses with histories and wonderful shots of the haunting ruins. Included are an orphanage, an asylum, a ghost town, castles, mansions, country houses, cabins and even an old under-earth military basement.
Dead Crossroads is a handsome and nerve-racking study of the most haunting and unforgetable mansions ever to have been built in France, with hauntingly beautiful frames and accompanied by frightening historical information. Real stories, real places, real fear.
Your new haunted journey starts in 2012.

Facebook Page and Campaign

Voyeurs Of Death By Shaun Jeffrey

Book Worth Reading:

front_med__76768_zoomFrom monsters to ghosts, Shaun Jeffrey runs the gamut in this new and expanded collection. Herein are found a diverse mix of the sinister, erotic, strange and surreal. From the foreboding alleyways of Venice to a bleak Scottish island, the horror is never far away. A young boy fixes dead things. You can't always judge a man by the cut of his suit, especially when the suit isn't made of cloth. A relaxing cruise is anything but once the passengers start to die, only to then come back to life. And a trip to the past has dire consequences for the future. Now turn the page and join the voyeurs of death.
Table of Contents
The Flibbertigibbet • The Watchers • The Sin Box (exclusively in this print) • Paranoid • The Tunnel • The Quilters of Thurmond • Bugs (exclusively in this print) • Sin Eater • Voyeurs of Death • Life Cycle • Dark Inside • Clockwork • On the Brink of Extinction (exclusively in this print) • Venetian Kiss • Peacock Lawn • Envy • Snake Charmer • Park Life • Vessels (exclusively Dark Regions Pring) • Skinner (exclusively Dark Regions Print).
check it out here!

Monday, July 2, 2012

The Bleeding Room By Barry Napier

Book Worth Reading:

Bleeding Room Cover_Merged_small-2Some houses appear to be haunted: their ruined facades and fabled pasts lead to stories of haunts and spirits.
Some houses are legitimately haunted:  ghosts that refuse to leave this world behind roam their rooms and hallways trying to recapture the life that has been taken from them.
But there are some houses that go beyond these simple haunts.  There are some houses that hide secrets so dark and grisly that the very essence of evil seeps from their walls.  One of these houses sits tucked away in the quiet woods of southern Virginia in the sleepy little town of Ponderbrook.
Terrence Bennet, an esteemed author, is taking his small crew to Ponderbrook to investigate the house for his next book.  A skeptic at heart, he approaches the house and its history as nothing more than another spooky tale.
But he will soon learn that there is a very real evil that separates normal haunts from those that twist the mind and damn the soul.  And when this evil is stirred awake, it is rarely content to stay confined to the four walls of the house in which it has grown.
check it out here!

A&E Snatches ‘Bates Motel’ Series

MBDPSYC EC069A&E are adding more steam to their recent success with scripted television. Without forcing a pilot run out of the “Psycho” prequel the channel has ordered a 10 episode package of ‘Bates Motel’. The show will offer an understanding into how Norman Bates' psyche developed and would tell the back story of the film's killer, learning of how his mother, Norma, and her lover damaged him, transforming him into serial-killing motel owner. The project is not the first time a Psycho spinoff effort has been attempted. NBC aired a 90-minute TV movie titled Bates Motel in 1987.

My Review Of “An American Werewolf In London” 1981

An_American_Werewolf_in_London_posterSome movies just raise feelings of excitement and pleasure inside no matter how many times you watch the film. “An American Werewolf In London” is one of those films that no matter how many times I watch I get giddy inside as I watch that opening scene of David and Jack walking down that county road near Yorkshire Moors. Directed by John Landis this film was released as a horror/comedy in 1981. The story follows two American backpackers in England. One is devoured by a wolf and the other is only bit before villagers shoot the beast. Madness and chaos transform the survivors life as he deals with the tragedy in London Hospital. A great set up for “fish out of water” story with a macabre point of view.

The film has some very stereotypical aspects to it, the almost arrogant and foolish way that British intelligence is shown almost seems derogatory, as David must submit to foreign policies and beaurocracy. However the images of Londoners is mildly balanced and justified by the asinine shenanigans of David Kessler. The story is a funny and the negatives are minor unless you’ve seen the film like a thousand times and those idiosyncrasies are all that remain to pick at. The story stays with in a classic premise that does not rely on props or gimmicks of the time to find it’s humor which make it an easy film to watch no matter how many decades pass.

The special effects in this film are kick ass and organic. It is some of the best special effects make up work of the era. The film did not rely on cartoonish transpositions or tacky CGI which was all that was available in the 1980’s. It kept with the basic concepts and abilities of creature effects , something that I am glad to see come back into fashion in horror. There are a few scenes in this film that really stand out as far as the FX is concerned. The scene with the Nazi Werewolves slaughtering David’s family in his dream sequence is awesome and gives way to a story in the werewolf genre that I personally love. Then there is the scene when David is in the theater with all the dead whom he is responsible for. The rotting visuals are kick ass. Gross and gory and good. Plus I think this is the first time that we saw werewolves as massive beasts instead of the upright biped creature known in earlier stuff like “The Wolfman”. No need for a real wolf, the kind popular in todays shows and movies, nor is there any aspects of the standing monstrosity that is so terrifying such as in “The Howling”. This was a truly original design for the era. It made not only werewolves scary as hell beasts with almost no resemblance to man but it also made real wolves a bit more scary as well (for me anyway).
Now as far as the over all effect of this film. I still find it as watchable today as I did the first time I saw it on HBO.

As I said many a time in the past- my mom refused me theatrical horror films and regulated the television stuff until I was at least 11 years old. So I had to sneak or beg a sitter to let me watch something on HBO. “An American Werewolf In London” was something I plotted to see. I knew when it aired on a Saturday, and I knew which babysitter to favor that weekend so that I would be able to watch. It worked and I was both fascinated and scared from the first wolf attack until the final scene of David being shot in the alley. The humor, effects (especially the transformation scene) and the setting of this movie make it a true classic, American or otherwise.

Teddy Bear Cannibal Massacre Anthology

Book Worth Reading:

teddy2“Teddy Bear Cannibal Massacre” is a book of impossible evil, really bad bad evil. If you read it, you'll go insane, vote for Lyndon Larouche, listen to easy listening and watch the crinkly evil squid eat out your eyeballs. These 11 stories by some of the freshest writers in horror include tales of killer clowns, dancing werewolves, mutant rats, zombies, high schoolers, Disneyland and other terrible things.
Formaldehyde by C.C. Parker
Doof Doof Doof by Paul Haines
Peppercorn Rent by Roberta Rogow
Rats, Wrong Alley by Tim Johnson
Brilliant Suspension by Trina Shealy Orton
Blue Elephants by Jenifer Jourdanne
Hermetic Crab by Cameron Hill
Head Drippers by Rob Steussi
Something Funny is Going On by Brian Rosenberger
Clob by Michael Stone
Berries Under Snow by William Brock
Art work by Amanda Rehagen
Check it out here!

Gruesome Poster For “The Cohasset Snuff Film”

A documentary, “The Cohasset Snuff Film” titled after this shocking video that has become legend, wants to shine a light into the dark corners of Cohasset. An investigation into what could turn a 17-year-old teenager into a cold-blooded voyeur, and how one simple video could forever change a town. The third feature film by Writer/Director Edward Payson A Documentary about "The Cohasset Snuff Film" containing real snuff footage taken by murderer Collin Mason himself. Expected to release October 31st, 2012.
“The purpose of this documentary is to show the massive change that this video effected in the town of Cohasset. To examine, the original video footage that Collin made, weeks before the murders. Combined with interviews by people connected or involved with this story. Families, fellow classmates of Collin’s, the victims, and the police officers”. In 2009, the small town of Cohasset, Massachusetts was rocked with tragedy. A 17-year-old high school senior named Collin Mason murdered three classmates. All the murders were videotaped. Collin uploaded the video to the Internet, and for three days, the world viewed the murders of these three innocent teens. Through legal action, the parents of the victims were able to remove all footage from the Internet. The impact of this video is still being felt in Cohasset today. Bootleg copies of this footage are still passed around and downloaded through illegal means. The video has become infamous, and is now referred to as The Cohasset Snuff Film.

“Wrath” Movie News

Traveling south to the coast through the remote Boanyoo Ranges, a group of friends encounter a stranger. Stopping to help they endure a shocking and unrelenting game of cat-and-mouse. They discover that nothing will ever be the same again. “Wrath” is directed by Jonathan N. Dixon and stars Stef Dawson, Rebecca Ratcliff, Corey Page, Xavier Fernandez, William Emmons, Michael Windeyer, Charlie Falkner, Rod Ramsay, Michael Cullen, Bianca Bradey. Prepare for the wrath to hit the U.S in November.
6am on a perfect morning in the Australian Outback as photographer Caroline Webster and her husband Matthew set out from the small roadside motel with two close friends. Traveling south to the coast through the remote region of the Boanyoo Ranges, they encounter a female stranger desperately in need of their help. What unfolds next is a shocking and unrelenting game of cat-and-mouse and a psychological day of terror as they are victimized by three unknown strangers. This confrontation is just the beginning of a painful learning process, as they discover that nothing will ever be the same again.”

The trailer is a Facebook exclusive thing so click here to check it out!


Personal Journals of Life's Lessons and Experiences Blogs - BlogCatalog Blog Directory


JoJo's Book Corner

Jojo's Book Corner

Reading on The Darkside

Reading On The Dark Side