While we're uncertain at this point which letter of the alphabet director Xavier Gens will be tackling for the upcoming mega-anthology The ABC's of Death, the director has shared the first still from his piece. We approve. We totally approve.
Lots of horror films claim to have insane body counts. However, only one claims to have had it verified by Guinness World Records. The Summer of Massacre anthology film boasts eight slashers introduced across five stories throughout the film and a body count that may be the biggest of all time. Wow, that's quite the pile of dead.
We've all been waiting patiently to see who would get the "T" spot in the upcoming anthology flick The ABC's of Death, and the winner has finally been chosen. As a matter of fact, you can watch the winning short right here, right now!
Good news for those of you looking forward to getting a heaping dosage of The Little Deaths: The flick is coming home from the good folks over at Image Entertainment, and we've got the 411.
Although many of us have yet to see the first The Theatre Bizarre anthology film, word broke today of a sequel already in the works. CEO John Flock announced today that Los Angeles- and Vancouver-based film distribution, financing and international sales company W2 Media will co-finance and distribute The Theatre Bizarre 2.
Some really eye catching new artwork for The Theatre Bizarre was on display at this year's AFM, and of course we have every pixel of it here just awaiting your peepers!
As another nudge to horror fans to remember to vote for the 26th director to be included in The ABCs of Death anthology film, producers Ant Timpson and Tim League have written a note to everyone who entered the contest and also put together a red-band compilation of some of the highlights from the "T Is for..." short films submitted for voting thus far.
It's been several weeks since we last mentioned the anthology we're all chomping at the bit to see - The ABCs of Death - and to make sure everyone remembers to vote for the 26th director slot, a new promo video has been released, entitled "T Is for Twenty Bucks". Voting has been extended until November 1st so read on for all the details!
It's a new week so that means a new update from David Bond and Manda Manuel, the producers of The Profane Exhibit. For the past few weeks we've given you the names of directors and stars of the film, along with some stills to add eye candy to the info. This week we're going to let you know exactly what The Profane Exhibit is all about.
Some trailers focus on grossing you out. The bloody mouths, the stumped limbs, the overall yuck factor of it all. Some trailers focus on sexual deviancy, up-skirt shots, copulating with members of the clergy or fornicating behind a butcher's counter. The ambitious filmmakers behind Psycho Street decided to just go on ahead and throw it all into one pretty extreme trailer. Wow.
News on the upcoming anthology film The Profane Exhibit continues to pour across my scalpel and syringe-littered desk at an alarming rate. (As a doctor, I keep all the most important tools right at hand, rusty or otherwise). And it seems each time we get an update, it's more impressive than the last. This one is no different.
More spooky indie shenanigans are on the way with the first word on the latest horror anthology Lurk, and we have everything you need to whet the old proverbial appetite right here!
Have you ever been really wrong about something? I don't mean something little like picking the wrong horse in a race or thinking that a young Chastity Bono would be the next Bo Derek. I mean REALLY wrong ... like thinking, "I'm sure this ex-prostitute/recovering meth-head will make a great stepmom for my kids. She's an EX-prostitute and RECOVERING meth-head." In the new short film The Resolution, we see a guy make a REALLY wrong move.
David Bond and Manda Manuel, producers of the upcoming anthology film The Profane Exhibit, are proud to announce the name of another of the film's directors. And with such movies as Tokyo Gore Police and Helldriver to his credit, this one fits right in.
"Hey, somebody get some light over here; Trash is taking off her clothes again." I remember those words like it was yesterday. And I should; I watched that scene of Linnea Quigley disrobing enough times to render my VHS copy of The Return of the Living Dead basically unwatchable. At least for that minute or so of the film. And it's with loving memories like this one that we celebrate our favorite scream queens in two new projects dropping this fall.