Edward Noeltner’s Cinema Management Group has picked up LD Entertainment’s Where the Devil Hides and will premiere the film for buyers during the 2014 EFM. That brings us one step closer to finally seeing this bad boy! Rejoice!
An official one-sheet for Where the Devil Hides (formerly The Occult and The Devil's Rapture) has arrived, and it's just as creepy and subtle as the last bit of eye candy we brought you back in April of 2013. Really good stuff!
A couple of days ago we brought you the first - slightly blurry - look at the official sales one-sheet for Where the Devil Hides (formerly The Occult and The Devil's Rapture) from the Las Vegas CinemaCon. Now we have a better look. It's like putting on glasses for the first time!
Another bit of early eye candy has made its way from the Las Vegas CinemaCon to the weird wide web, as the first artwork for the recently named Where the Devil Hides (formerly The Occult and The Devil's Rapture) has arrived!
A third title change has come for the demonic flick featuring "Dexter"'s Jennifer Carpenter, who last tangoed with biblical terrors in The Exorcism of Emily Rose. The Occult became The Devil's Rapture, and now it's Where the Devil Hides.
One generic title has been exchanged for one cliche title as the Jennifer Carpenter spooker has gone from being known as The Occult to The Devil's Rapture. Maybe the studio should go to the well a third time?
The cast of Slasher Films' Nothing to Fear has grown by one, and we've got all the latest on the first flick from Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash and his new production company. Dig it!
Some quick casting news coming in for The Occult along with an official announcement for you cats. Read on for all the latest straight from the cultist's mouth!
The casting news continues for The Occult as a "Hell on Wheels" regular is ready to join in on the hunt for the devil's daughter. Kind of appropriate in some strange way, no?
If there's anything that we're thankful for around here, it's the stupidity of the human race. People are always looking to stick their noses where they don't belong, and the horror genre is here to chop them off!
Back in the "Carnivale" days Clancy Brown turned in a mesmerizing performance as Brother Justin, and now that word has come he'll be returning to the cloth for Slasher Films' Nothing to Fear, we couldn't be happier. Ethan Peck has also signed on to the project as a townsperson with a past.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Anne Heche, James Tupper, Tobias Slezak, Daniel Bacon, Kevin McNulty, Barclay Hope Directed by Andrew C. Erin
A growing number of people believe in the existence of chemtrails, toxic chemicals or biological agents that are supposedly being deliberately sprayed at high altitude by the US government (and/or other entities) for a purpose undisclosed to the general public, resulting in respiratory illnesses and other health problems. A couple of days ago a film touching on that very topic, Toxic Skies, aired on Australian TV, but it's nearly impossible to find any information on it. Not even on the IMDB.