Friday, September 26, 2014

“Play Hooky” Set To Release October 21

play hookyFrank S. Petrilli directed psychological horror film “Play Hooky” is set to be released on October 21st. The film stars Becky Byers, Kim Kleemichen, Theresa Davis, Vincent Kulish and Tom Petrone. Seniors play hooky from high school and get trapped in an abandoned Psychiatric Facility famous for hauntings, witchcraft and demonic possession. A shot in REAL TIME-Suspense/Thriller.

On May 20, 2005, Lance Preston Walton, local high school drop out and part time gas station attendant, his younger cousin Bradley Stephen Walton, a senior at City High with a future in engineering, decided it was a good day to play hooky.

The two boys, in Lance’s vehicle, picked up Rosa Teresa Delgado from the State Technical School. Lance worked on the weekends at Delgado’s father’s gas station. Lance proceeded across town to pick up seniors Megan Elizabeth Burke and Claire Brigitte Kulikowski from Our Lady of the Sorrows Academy.

Lance Walton’s plan was to meet with his girlfriend, Judith Ellen Klein, and proceed to her family’s pool house. There, they were all to smoke marijuana, drink alcohol and listen to music.

They never made it.

New Clip Released For “Asmodexia”

asmodexiaCheck out the newest clip released for “Asmodexia” out on VOD now. The film is directed by Marc Carrete and stars Albert Baró, Marta Belmonte, Pepo Blasco, Roser Bundó, Ramon Canals, Irene Montalà, and Mireia Ros.

Eloy de Palma is an exorcist pastor roaming the darkest corners of the country with his granddaughter, Alba. Their mission is to help those possessed by The Evil One, an infection of the soul that is spreading fast, especially among the most vulnerable members of society: children, mental patients, and drug addicts. There is also a mysterious cult following them, making it more difficult to help those in need. Each exorcism is tougher than the one before, and every battle with Evil reveals a piece of young Alba’s forgotten past – an enigma that if unconcealed could change the world as we know it.

Pre-Production Begins For “Kill Me Once”

Kill Me OncePre-production has began on Dean Whitney’s supernatural thriller “Kill Me Once”. Casting is underway with Rachel Alig (Ghostline) reportedly attached to play the lead as well as Tina Cole (My Three Sons), Tonya Kay (A Better Place), Randy Davison (Masters of Sex), Mark Benjamin (Ghostline) and Samantha Stewart (Bikini Spring Break) slated to co-star.

“Kill Me Once” will begin filming in the spring of 2015. The story follows a man who rises from the dad with a new purpose after suffering a fatal heart attack.

My Review Of “A Dark Place Inside”

Mike O’Mahoney’s “A Dark Place Inside” is proof of how new American giallo can be terrifying with a low budget! The film stars Chris Dalbey, Erin Anthony, Jason Boyle, Kieran Boyle, James Costa and Jennifer Deverin in a dark, disturbing character study of a functioning homicidal maniac with one even darker past. Battling the pain and horrors of childhood, Andy is overtaken by the monster within. Driven, and truly psychotic no one is safe from blood thirsty rage.

TDPIThe story here focuses on a killer’s point-of-view and sets us up for one terrifying surreal experience. The killer, played by Chris Dalbey, is a disturbing actualization of a boogeyman-a very real, very fantastical boogeyman! The dialog is minimal, stoic, and natural feeling. The tone is a macabre death march of nightmarish realities, twisted beginnings and unwavering cruelty. The character of Andy is very prevalent to some of the truth a lot of kids face through domestic abuse childhoods, manifested into the most heinous of human character traits that create serial killers. O’Mahoney is unapologetic about exposing this dark subject matter, and Chris Dalbey is unapologetic in his portrayal of this character.

The atmosphere of “A Dark Place Inside” is reminiscent of “Don’t Go Into The House” and “Maniac”. The acting is above low budget scale with Chris Dalbey really bringing to life this monster in total, disturbing reality. The cinematography is more traditional, surrealism that really sells stories this extreme. “A Dark Place Inside” gets pretty much everything right in the execution of this really dark, macabre story, raising the overall quality to higher standards than one expects from low budget, indie horror.

The special effects in “A Dark Place Inside” is a bit on the cheaper side, which-when the camera lingers too long-becomes really clear. However every bit of this film is told with practical, classic special effects and (even on the cheaper side) is still better and more effective than what I expected. The scenes are gory, graphic and beyond disturbing. The soundtrack is a total instrumental overture of unsettling emotion. Eerie, atmospheric sounds carry the story continuously- I don’t think there was a scene that didn’t have this chilling arrangement accompanying it.

Overall “A Dark Place Inside” is great proof that the modern American giallo film is very much alive. I enjoyed this film from start to finish. The cast give applaud-able performances, the concept is twisted with an even more twisted story, and horror echoes through every minute of this film. Andy is as nightmarish a boogeyman as Dahmer, and Frank Zito. Definitely watch this film. It is slasher, it is giallo, and it is intensely entertaining!

My Review Of “After School Massacre”

asm“After School Massacre” is a modern throwback to the classic slasher film. The film is directed by Jared Masters and stars Nikole Howell, Savannah Matlow, Danika Galindo, Lindsay Lamb, Courtney Rood, Yasmine Soofi, Simone Wasserman, Art Roberts, Dawna Lee Heising, and fun cameo by Mindy Robinson. The story is a simple slice ’n’ dice, hot young girls meet the psycho killer that focus more on tits and ass soaked in blood than actual story.

In the film, a teacher who walks the line between perv prone to inappropriate behavior and educator becomes obsessed with a student, flips out and goes on a killing spree after being suspended/fired (it depends what part of the story mentions that point), and one by one slaughters the group of teen girls. “After School Massacre” doesn't hold up to the classic 80’s slashers that it desperately tries to imitate. Jared Masters creates - a decent enough concept, young girls at a slumber party face the masked killer- yet in executing this vision focuses more on Spice channel shenanigans that substance. The characters are so far removed from any authenticity that fantasy characters seem realistic in comparison.

“After School Massacre” is a low budget slasher so production value is on the cheap-which doesn’t necessarily mean a bad thing-a lot of cheap films have had quality product emerge as a result. However with this film there was too much attention spent in asinine character relationship dynamics and not enough time spent on building a strong story, or recognizable characters. The acting is amateurish and two dimensional. It sucks because a few moments in the film show real promise of what this film could have been with more care taken to bring this story to life.

The special effects and soundtrack are the saving grace and only proof that is had a horror ancestor attached at some point. Again it is a low budget film so we aren’t talking award winning stuff here, but Masters and the FX department use classic stylizing, and practical measures to give us gore and blood that isn’t CGI and actually work. In those moments “After School Massacre” rises up to more than mimic the classic slasher. The soundtrack is hip, relevant, with creepy VHS era sound effects balancing out the atmosphere and at times elevating the scene to real horror status. So kudos on that front!

Overall “After School Massacre” disappointed me. It felt more like a project contrived to get young girls to take their clothes off on camera without being softcore porn. The story is weak, looses continuity throughout, and filled with fluff but no reward. This film works more toward the fetish crowd than the true slasher fan base with ridiculous dialog that goes no where, adds no value, and only serves to prove that most guys are pervs hoping to see girl-on-girl action. Still the deaths scenes are worth a scan through-although the word “blood spatter” should have been thrown out there in kill scene discussions for the actual scenes that needed it. And there are a few in here that needed it. The film ends on a weird note that doesn’t really finish the film but doesn’t actually herald in a reason for a sequel either. Check “After School Massacre” out if you really want to but don’t expect much.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Check Out The New Clip For “Jessabelle”

jessabelleA new clip has been released for Kevin Greutert’s “Jessabelle” that has Sarah Snook, and Mark Webber digging in the marsh. “Jessabelle” co-stars David Andrews, and Joelle Carter and is due out November 7th, 2014.

From the mastermind producer of Paranormal Activity and Insidious comes the ghostly tale of Jessabelle. Returning to her childhood home in Louisiana to recuperate from a horrific car accident, Jessabelle (Sarah Snook of Sleeping Beauty) comes face to face with a long-tormented spirit that has been seeking her return — and has no intention of letting her escape.

Trailer And Poster Released For Mockumentary “Champ-o-sauras”

champosaurasposterThe trailer and official poster have just been released for the micro-budget mocku-mentary film "CHAMP-O-SAURAS" about the infamous Lake Champlain monster "Champ"! It was directed by the very talented duo of Joel Plue and Lori Kelly.

In the Summer of 2014, three Documentary Filmmakers set out to debunk the myth of The Lake Champlain Monster. Town Folks offered little in the way of cooperation, until a reward was offered, and the pranks turned deadly.

My Review Of “Arkham Sanitarium: Soul Eater”

ArkSanJulian Grant’s “Arkham Sanitarium” adds new touches to the found footage horror film. This paranormal nightmare stars Shannon Brown, Rinska Carrasco, Marc Edwards,  Ron Fitzgerald, Jim Sorfleet, and Shayla Sullivan.  The story focuses on three paranormal investigators who manage to penetrate the grounds of the “impenetrable” Arkham Sanitarium to document the legendary paranormal activity said to dominate the property. Throw in a deadly cult dedicated to Cthulhu , a psychotic masked maniac and one creepy location and this film screams chilling good time!

The story is a pretty nice, and strong story that centers on a dilapidated asylum that was once the site to a brutal tragedy. Told in a found footage format with a bit of a fresh spin, “Arkham Sanitarium” manages to be spooky, atmospherically thrilling, and completely entertaining. The direction that Grant takes with telling this horror story is creative, modern and beyond the normal of what is considered found footage. Of course I have to declare my skepticism that a police department would invest time and money in having footage put in a chronological, creative edit ready for the big screen. It is a bit of a hindrance as a horror fan but not one that takes everything away from this film.

The drama, acting, and ability for the cast to create great characters is 50/50. At times the dialog hits perfectly within context to events and carry the story forward. Other times things get if-y with weak spots showing in the writing. For most of the first half of “Arkham Sanitarium” I wasn’t buying the acting, one character is sociopath, and the other two are in the midst of a lover quarrel that deals with the “third man” in the paranormal group. It felt contrived and unnecessary. However as the film hits the middle portion and the grander design becomes clear, all that frustration with the characters fade away and some real entertaining, quality performances put the story full in the horror vein. Although this film’s horror comes with the clever dark satirical energy.

The special effects are decent, creature effects and design could have been better, but for a low budget (or no budget) film what is presented works well enough to be both gory and entertaining. There is a bit of CGI used in “Arkham Sanitarium” but it is minimal. There is a bizarre blend of animated sequence that serve well to create a psychological boost to the madness but because of the framing device used I “threw down another flag”. Once more though all becomes forgiven somewhat because of just how steady the continuity and atmosphere of the film truly is, and how well it does in keeping the viewer invested to the story. Plus the soundtrack is what it should be, instrumental, dark, driven and eerie.

Overall “Arkham Sanitarium” manages to be a good, low budget paranormal nightmare. The added killer cult element to the horror really is what makes so much forgivable about this film’s flaws. Add to that some decent acting, and a creative twist to found footage format, and you have a horror film worth watching. And that dark satirical humor that exists in “Arkham Sanitarium” is on point, and entertaining. I have watched tons of found footage over the past few years (the majority paranormal stuff) and I have to say that “Arkham Sanitarium” is one of the better films. Definitely give it a watch and see for your self. 

Horror Anthology “Apparition of Evil” To Be Released October 7th

AOEChilling paranormal portmanteau following a researcher who stumbles across a collection of disturbing video evidence she has obtained from a mysterious source. The first tale is a location recce made by two young filmmakers who venture to the Australian outback in search of an interesting location for their next movie only to discover an ancient swamp spirit called Raluul.

The second video is a home-made documentary following ghost-hunting mother and son team who stumble upon an unspeakable terror in the local graveyard, and the final entry in this paranormal trilogy is the video diary of a man who starts hearing unusual noises in the attic of his new house in Northern England.

This haunting new horror anthology from Sector 5 Films is released on DVD 7th October 2014. “Apparition Of Evil” brings together directors Brel Offkel, Dion Cavallaro, Chad Hylton and stars Kate Marie Davies, Nathan Head, Keiron Hollett, Cain Harrip, Chad Hylton, Dion Cavallaro and Kelly Hylton with special guest appearances from scream queens Suzi Lorraine and Melissa Hollett.

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Slumber Party Slasher “After School Massacre” Coming to VOD November 4th

After School MassacreBrain Damage Films invites you to sleep over with After School Massacre on VOD this November 4th! Heads will roll, breasts will bounce, and these six girls will learn a new meaning for teacher appreciation in this fun yet brutal slasher. Availability will include all major and minor cable/satellite VOD operators, as well as major internet platforms including iTunes, Vudu, Amazon Instant, Google Play, Xbox Video, and more.

After School Massacre (previously titled "Teachers' Day") is the latest from writer/director Jared Masters (Slink) and his production company, Frolic Pictures. The film, which was nominated for Best Feature at this year's Shockfest, is a sure hit among horror fans with its hot pink, ring-pop terror and wanton slaying of beautiful underwear-clad girls!


It stars Nikole Howell, Savannah Matlow, Danika Galindo, Lindsay Lamb, Courtney Rood, Yasmine Soofi, and Simone Wasserman. Additional cast includes Art Roberts, Dawna Lee Heising, and fun cameos including Mindy Robinson.

Ain't It Cool News' Mark L. Miller says "This throwback to old school low budget slasher films has a lot of moments that made me smile ... there are some great moments of gleefully gory and carnage laden scenes ... it does slumber party horror with a wink, a nod, and a slash to fans who like low-fi horror."

A 12th grade European History educator, Ty Anderson, whose minor online communication with a teasing student finds him immediately terminated from school grounds and snaps him into a psychotic killing spree, terrorizing his former female students at their slumber party.


Wednesday, September 24, 2014

New Poster For “The Divine Tragedies”

Check out the new poster for Dual Visions’ “The Divine Tragedies”. The horror film is directed by Jose Prendes and is described as a disturbing new vision in horror. “The Divine Tragedies” stars Graham Denman, Jon Kondelik, Hannah Levien, Sean Whalen, Lynn Lowry, Ruben Pla, Aaron Pruner, with a special appearance by Ken Foree.

TheDivineTragediesDivine Tragedies, based loosely on the famous Leopold and Loeb murder case, tells the tale of Charles Brubaker (Graham Denman) and his half-brother Thomas Lo Bianco (Jon Kondelik), who concoct a deadly game to test their superior intelligence against the dimwitted masses. This game will eventually lead to murder, and when Genevieve, a beautiful single mother, enters their lives they finally find the perfect girl for their first kill. But problems arise when they quickly discover that Detective Homer Gaul (Ken Foree), a cop with a very special gift, is hot on their trail.

Syfy To Unleash Lava Spewing Tarantulas On CGI Fans

First off let me say that I won’t be watching this film, I didn’t watch the plethora of previous sci-fi / CGI madness that has been going on over on Syfy, and I am having a hard time watching Z Nation because it is following a formula closer to “Sharknado” (I tried 15 minutes and just couldn’t…) than ‘World War Z’ (horrible movie and a waste of financing.). Anyway check out the first promo poster and details for “Lavalantula”.

Mike Mendez is directing “Lavalantula”, Steve Guttenberg, Leslie Easterbrook, and Michael Winslow of “Police Academy” fame will star in the b-movie. The city of Los Angeles is being attacked by giant tarantulas that breathe fire. Also set to star is Nia Peeples. GIRLFRIEND and you know I had her albums –in cassette form.


International Trailer For “Ouija”

ouijaCheck out the new international trailer for Universal Picture’s “Ouija”. The film is directed by Stiles White and stars Olivia Cooke, Douglas Smith, Bianca Santos. “Ouija” hits theatres on October 24th.

A girl is mysteriously killed after recording herself playing with an ancient Ouija Board, which leads to a close group of friends to investigate this board. They later find out that some things aren't meant to be played with, especially the 'other side'.

Crowd Funding Started For “Scream Machine” Anthology

scA crowd funding campaign has started over on Indiegogo for horror anthology “Scream Machine”. The film is being produced by the “Death By VHS” team and will feature Lloyd Kauffman. “Scream Machine” promises to be the bloodiest film to date. The anthology will feature 5 twisted tales introduced by movie legend Lloyd Kauffman.

Scream Machine” is a 2015 horror anthology written by Walter Ruether, David Sabal & Paul C. Hemmes, with Lloyd Kaufman, David C. Hayes, Brian Carr, Josiah Spargo, Tara Carlton, Paul C. Hemmes, and Scarlet Fry set to star. 5 Twisted tales Designed to Devour your soul until you puke your Guts out!

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

“Dead Girls” Will Get Their Revenge Soon

dead girlsBrain Damage Films is set to release Dead Girls on VOD October 2nd, followed by DVD on November 4th. Dead Girls is a chilling three-part horror anthology featuring stories in the flavor of female revenge. DVD availability is set to include many retailers and websites including Amazon, as well as rental chains including Family Video. VOD availability will include all major and minor cable/satellite operators and internet platforms.

The film is also playing at the Chicago Horror Film Festival this Friday, September 26th, and at the Days of the Dead Horror Film Festival this Sunday, September 28th. You can read my review of “Dead Girls” here

Dead Girls, from writer/director team Del Harvey and Neal Fischer (Rough Cut Films), tells three stories of abused and forsaken girls who return from the dead to take their revenge. Genre veteran Lynn Lowry (The Crazies, They Came from Within) provides a creepy narration while a great cast leads the short stories "Over My Dead Body," "Theta Phi's Never Die," and "Vengeance is Mine."

DVD special features include a behind-the-scenes featurette, trailers, and deleted scenes.

Three stories of horror connected through the pages of dead girls' diaries. In one, a ghostly apparition seeks revenge upon the man who betrayed her love and is responsible for her death. In another a mystical object helps a young woman reach out from beyond the grave to exact her revenge against the stuck up sisters of a college sorority. And in the third a young woman who has lost her way and her faith finds the answer to her prayers in the last place she would have expected. "Dead Girls" is a horror anthology similar to such classics of the genre as Tales From The Crypt, Trick 'R Treat, Twilight Zone: The Movie, Creepshow, and many others.

Festival Showings:
Chicago Horror Film Festival (9/26/14 @ 8pm)
Days of the Dead Los Angeles (9/28/14 @ 11am)

My Review Of ‘Ghost Bride”

ghost-bride_large_800David Blyth’s “Ghost Bride” is a paranormal thriller that takes on struggles of the generational and cultural dichotomy. The film stars Yoson An, Rebekah Palmer, Fiona Feng, Ian Mune, Geeling Ng, Catheryn Wu and Charles Chan. “Ghost Bride” is even tempo story that revolves around a young Chinese expatriate who is trapped between the path chosen for him by centuries old traditions and the path he has chosen for himself. Pressured by an ailing mother to carry on with the tradition of having a Chinese bride selected for him, and struggling to hold to the relationship he has with his New Zealand love, Jason faces forces far beyond his control as he becomes a pawn in another mother’s dark plan.

David Blyth has created a nice, steady psychological dilemma in “Ghost Bride” that really draws on the conflicts of cultural past and individual present that is a very real, and very murky journey for many young people today. To abide by the ways of the ancestors or forge an independent path for one’s self. Then throw in a sinister match maker with ulterior motives and the paranormal, and soon things get down right deadly. This is a really well crafted ghost story and the cast do great jobs and bringing these characters to life on screen. The film does rely completely on melodrama and personal conflict for most of the suspense so the thrills are a bit more subdued than one would expect going into the film. Just a note for anyone setting out to watch-not a criticism.

The special effects are minimal, a few quick frame switch moments meant to create a supernatural element, mostly practical stuff, with very minimal CGI. This isn’t like the bigger budget Asian ghost stories with heavy-dark- effects that get chilling. “Ghost Bride” takes a more casual, restrained approach where the macabre nature of the story, unease of character situations, and a steady instrumental overture combine to tale a story of tragedy, desire, and struggle. Blyth presents us with a mature, respectful story that revolves around Eastern folklore, and familial guilt. (And I thought Western mothers knew how to milk the guilt thing.)

Overall “Ghost Bride” is a strong story that is told with nearly perfect continuity. The beginning is a straight forward set-up that sets the tone for the whole film. There are moments that get confusing in the middle section that could have been tied in better-mostly with the introduction to the ghost element that doesn’t really solidify until the last act. Of course my confusion could have been purely cultural differences and me not fully getting the Chinese traditions. This is a nice, mellow ghost story that never really escalates or falters far from the even tempo so no major chills or thrills are present. That was a bit of a bummer for me personally, but still “Ghost Bride” is a nice little macabre film.

New Trailer Released For “The Tentacle’s Claw”

TTCCheck out the all new trailer for “The Tentacle’s Claw”. The film is directed by Michael Rigler and stars Tara Manuel, Jerry Etienne, Mark Smallwood, Mike Payne, Jim Parsons. “The Tentacle’s Claw” is ann award-winning, absurd -50s style creature-feature B-Movie, filmed entirely on location in Corner Brook, Newfoundland on a micro-budget.

Dr. Demonious Horlack has set up his laboratory of horrors in a quiet, seaside town. The former Nazi scientist has devised a way to manipulate simple creatures using the power of the mind. With the help of his assistant Gunda, he has gained control over a giant cephalopod, and is using the creature as his personal assassin.

Fortunately for the people of the planet, a humble schoolteacher, Marie LeMay, living in the same town. As the traumatic tentacle attacks start to take their gruesome toll, Marie begins to unlock her own innate, psychic abilities. Her brain scientist boyfriend, Professor Dick Goodwin, helps her recognize the potential she has deep within the recesses of her mind. The stage is set for an epic, psychic showdown. But can she prevail, or will Dr. Horlack carry out his evil plans to take over the world and make Marie his psychic slave-bride?

Monday, September 22, 2014

Pagan Festival Shout Out: Mabon/Autumnal Equinox

Happy Autumn Equinox or for all the Wiccans of the world- Blessed Mabon!  The holiday of the autumnal equinox, Mabon, is a Pagan ritual of thanksgiving for the fruits of the earth and a recognition of the need to share them to secure the blessings of the Goddess and the God during the coming winter months. Among the sabbats, it is the second of the three Pagan harvest festivals, preceded by Lammas / Lughnasadh and followed by Samhain. Mabon is considered a time of the Mysteries. It is a time to honor Aging Deities and the Spirit World. - Read more this link.

making a gods' eyeFor Mabon this year I have made a gods’ eye, a corn doll, dressed my altar and I have a (small) bonfire planned. For my gods’ eye, (I know that is not the typical way to type “gods’ eye but I don’t do the other spelling unless speaking of a specific god), I chose a hearty berry bush that the birds love for most of the year because the foliage doesn’t die out until almost late December. I cut the branch, then stripped the bark. I used thread material I already had and made the pattern accordingly. I chose to make the center with some rainbow ribbon that I have before working in the Autumn Equinox colors.

Mabon is the time of the second harvest, and the dying of the fields. Use corn, sheaves of wheat, squash and root vegetables on your altar. Add some tools of agriculture if you have them - scythes, sickles, and baskets. The equinoxes are the two nights of the year when the amount of light and darkness are equal. Decorate your altar to symbolize the aspect of the season. Try a small set of scales, a yin-yang symbol, a white candle paired up with a black one -- all are things which represent the concept of balance.

Mabon Altar
Mabon is one of those times of year that affect people in different ways. For some, it's a season to honor the darker aspects of the goddess, calling upon that which is devoid of light. For others, it's a time of thankfulness, of gratitude for the abundance we have at the season of harvest. No matter how you see it, Mabon is traditionally a time of balance. After all, it's one of the two times each year that has equal amounts of darkness and daytime.

This is, for many people, a time of high energy, there is sometimes a feeling of restlessness in the air, a sense that something is just a bit "off". If you're feeling a bit spiritually lopsided, with this simple meditation you can restore a little balance into your life. (Religion I choose the latter, I focus on giving thanks, honoring the gods and goddesses’ with symbolic offerings and meditation.

Release Date Announced For “Billy Club”

BillyClubA release date of November 11th, has been announced for Phase 4 Film’s release of “Billy Club”. The film is an obeisance to 80’s slashers written/directed by Drew Rosas and Nick Sommer. “Billy Club” stars Erin Hammond, Mark Metcalf, Marshall Caswell, Nick Sommer, and Max Williamson.

Fifteen years after a gruesome triple homicide devastated their Little League baseball team, four friends reunite to commemorate their dead coach and fallen teammates. A mystery unfolds as the secrets from their past return to haunt them and a vengeful killer, hidden by an antique umpire's mask, returns to even the score.

New Teaser Released For “Wyrmwood”

wyrmwoodA second trailer has been released for post-apocalyptic zombie film “Wyrmwood”. The film is directed by Kiah Roache-Turner and will be release in North America through XYZ Films. “Wyrmwood” stars Jay Gallagher, Bianca Bradey, Leon Burchill, Catherine Terracini, Meganne West, Luke McKenzie, Berynn Schwerdt, Yure Covich, Cain Thompson, Beth Aubrey, Sheridan Harbridge, Damian Dyke and Keith Agius.

Barry is a talented mechanic and family man whose life is torn apart on the eve of a zombie apocalypse. His sister, Brooke, is kidnapped by a sinister team of gas-mask wearing soldiers & experimented on by a psychotic doctor. While Brooke plans her escape Barry goes out on the road to find her & teams up with Benny, a fellow survivor - together they must arm themselves and prepare to battle their way through hordes of flesh-eating monsters in a harsh Australian bushland.

Trailer For Upcoming Horror "The Stranger"

Check out the trailer released for Eli Roth produced "The Stranger". The film will premiere on September 19th, 2014 at Fantastic Fest. "The Stranger" is written and directed by Guillermo Amoedo. It stars Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Aaron Burns, Luis Gnecco in a film that follows a mysterious man who arrives in a small town at the end of the world to eradicate a dangerous disease.

Two Killer Clips From “The Scarehouse” Surface

TheScarehouseGavin Michael Booth’s “The Scarehouse” is set to release on October 5th, 2014 and two killer clips have been released ahead of the release. “The Scarehouse” stars Sarah Booth, Kimberly-Sue Murray, Dani Barker, Jennifer Miller, Teagan Vincze, Emily Alatalo and Ivana Stojanovic. Check out the clips below.

When two friends open a Halloween fun house on Devil's Night it is all fun and games until their former sorority sisters begin to arrive. These six sisters are confronted by their past as the night spins out of control.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

“How Awful About Allan” 1970-Full Movie

haaaAfter a fire which killed his father and scarred his sister, a guilt-ridden victim of psychosomatic blindness is released from a mental hospital and goes back home to stay with his estranged sister. However, it appears that someone is out for revenge and wants to drive him crazy.

Directed by Curtis Harrington and starring Anthony Perkins, Julie Harris, Joan Hackett, Bill Erwin, Kent Smith, Robert H. Harris and Kenneth Lawrence.


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