Alan Rowe Kelly
The official trailer for horror anthology film Gallery of Fear just arrived online, and it contains an amazing amount of screaming, creepy characters doing bad things to each other. The film is made up of four stories, and the lovely Debbie Rochon ties them all together as Ms. Roberta Van Houten.
Pennsylvania-based independent production company Happy Cloud Pictures is set to begin production on its sixth feature film, Razor Days, a grim story of survival and revenge starring Amy Lynn Best and Debbie Rochon.
Well, it seems like these days every other news item in the horror world is about a remake…and this is no exception.
Joe Davison, star of 100 Tears (review), Fearmakers and more indie horrors, has just announced his debut as both writer and director. It’s called Experiment 7 and will feature a virtual who’s-who of the indie scene, including directorial pieces shot by two other well-known indie horror helmers.
Filmmaker/actor Alan Rowe Kelly (I’ll Bury You Tomorrow, Blood Shed) just dropped us a line with the excellent news that his next effort, the short film “A Far Cry From Home”, will be debuting at the Dark Carnival Film Festival in Bloomington, IN!
Now here's a remake I can get behind. Know why? Because of the folks bringing this retelling of the 1973 drive-in shocker to life: Alan Rowe Kelly (I'll Bury You Tomorrow) and Anthony G. Sumner (W.O.R.M.).