Halo-8 Entertainment has announced that Pop Skull will be its first "day and date" DVD/digital film release, timed with the official launch of Halo-8's VOD website Televandalism (in beta since 2008), which offers VOD-streaming subscriptions (all streaming titles for a total subscription of $.99 per month) or DVD-quality downloads ($9.99 each, with instructions for porting them to your TV) of films, comics, fitness/lifestyle videos, webisodes, and video games.
A month ahead of its release on DVD, the cover art has been revealed for Pop Skull, a manic, twisted, drug-infused, and award-winning psychological horror film directed and co-written by Adam Wingard.
There are few studios that embrace offbeat and non-mainstream film projects like Halo-8 does. Case in point: Pop Skull, a manic, twisted, drug-infused, and award-winning psychological horror film directed and co-written by Adam Wingard.
And Halo-8 continues its quest to bring fans some truly unique genre programming. This time it's director Adam Wingard's slice of mind altering horror known as Pop Skull.
Seems like it’s been forever and a day or two since Adam Wingard’s Home Sick was running through my old VHS player, twisting my brain. It’s been so long I don’t even have VHS anymore, as a matter of fact, but that’s all right because the final version of Home Sick is finally out on DVD today!
It’s been almost six years since Adam Wingard (Pop Skull) completed work on his directorial debut, the Alabama-set survival horror piece Home Sick. Since then it’s played all over the place in varying degrees of completion before the final, definitive version was shown at last year’s Fantasia Film Festival.
Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Lane Hughes, Brandon Carroll, Maggie Henry, Hannah Hughes Directed by Adam Wingard
Wow, remember Home Sick? The little indie film starring Tom Towles, Tiffany Shepis, and Bill Moseley that was made by some crazy kids from backwater Alabama, one of whom used to contribute to our old site quite a bit?
This may seem like a strange question, but . . . Have you ever listened to a horror movie? Truly listened? If you have, then you know how crucial the soundtrack—or perhaps more appropriately, the score—can be to the mood of a horror movie. It has been reported that whe