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Parasomnia (Blu-ray / DVD)

Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Dylan Purcell, Patrick Kilpatrick, Jeffrey Combs, Cherilyn Wilson, Timothy Bottoms Directed by William Malone Distributed by E1 Entertainment

Parasomnia DVD / Blu-ray Update

After what seems like forever it's finally going to happen! William (The House on Haunted Hill, The Fair-Haired Child) Malone's long awaited flick Parasomnia is set to hit DVD and Blu-ray in a few months, and we now have the list of included special features!

Lose Sleep Over the Parasomnia DVD Cover Art

After what seems like forever it's finally going to happen! William (The House on Haunted Hill, The Fair-Haired Child) Malone's long awaited flick Parasomnia is set to hit DVD in a few months!

Parasomnia Finally Coming Home

It's been a couple of years, but it's finally going to happen! William (The House on Haunted Hill, The Fair-Haired Child) Malone's long awaited flick Parasomnia is set to hit DVD in a few months!

Malone Talks Future of Parasomnia

William Malone chatted up the boys at Arrow in the Head about his latest cinematic offering, Parasomnia, and during the course of the conversation he mentioned what he’d do if the film's distributors wanted more from this nightmare world.

Parasomnia Screening with Masters of Horror Q&A!

The people behind Bill Malone’s Parasomnia just dropped us a line with the good news that the film will be getting a very cool, one-night only screening at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood on March 5th, 2009 at 7:30pm!

AFM: New Sales Art for Parasomnia

The American Film Market kicks into full gear today, and as usual we can expect all manner of early production art to show up for movies that may not be done or, in some cases, even started filming yet. Bill Malone’s Parasomnia is not one of those; it's been done for a while now and it's being shopped around AFM with the new art you see to your right.

Malone Talks Sci-Fi Epic Phoenix Dust

Those underground cave dwellers over at Quiet Earth got the chance to chat up Bill Malone at the world premiere of his long-awaited Parasomnia and got the lowdown on the man’s next project, a sci-fi epic called Phoenix Dust.

Malone's Parasomnia Premieres This Friday!

Bill Malone’s trippy horror film Parasomnia will finally be having its premiere at Screamfest LA this Friday, and to help make sure you horror freaks are aware of it, Malone just sent out a new batch of stills and a very cool invite postcard for the screening.

Screamfest to Premiere Malone's Parasomnia!

Just a few days after we posted an article that was the result of a recent chat I had with Jeffrey Combs (read it here), word has come down about the premiere for one of the films he mentions very much looking forward to seeing, William Malone’s Parasomnia.

New Parasomnia Trailer

House on Haunted Hill director Bill Malone just dropped a line to us to let us know that there’s a brand new trailer for his latest feature, Parasomnia, over on the film’s official site. And I have to say; it’s pretty damn cool.

Parasomnia Trailer Awakens

The first trailer for William (House on Haunted Hill, Feardotcom) Malone’s latest feature, Parasomnia found its way online via the folks over at Horror.com and it’s worth a look if you’re in the mood for something weird.

Combs on Parasomnia Status

All has been very quiet on the front of Bill Malone’s latest horror opus, Parasomnia, for a while now (“Tons of New Parasomnia Pics!” – August 2007); and according to star Jeffrey Combs, that’s exactly the way Malone wants it right now.

Malone Wants Your Help!

A few weeks back we made mention of the latest film on the way from House on Haunted Hill and Feardotcom helmer William Malone called Parasomnia. Enjoying the taste of freedom he experienced shooting his Masters of Horror episode, "The Fair-Haired Child," Malone took on the project without the involvement of any studio and raised the funds to make it himself.

Malone Catches Parasomnia

Been wondering just what the hell House on Haunted Hill director William Malone’s been up to since his excellent Masters of Horror entry last season? Well, a good place to start would be Horror Hound #4 (review), which has a great interview with the man, but for a quick fix I would direct you over to Fango.