Another one of the fine films coming to us from Bloody Disgusting Selects is making its way to theatres, and having seen it already, we can tell you that it's pretty damned Atrocious (review here).
Friggin' aliens, man! Those little buggers have been causing all sorts of problems here on Earth since the beginning of time. As you'll see in the latest viral videos for Report 51, they really know how to be a spooky nuisance.
Michelle Rodriguez has faced zombies, driven amazingly fast cars, helped save the world from an alien invasion, and tackled Machete with literally one eye open! There's not much left for her to do that could be considered pretty cool.
Ready for some more cinéma vérité style chills? Well then, strap in because the ghosts are officially running the asylum in the latest indie effort that details exactly why some locations should be left alone, Graystone. Graystone stars Sean Stone (who is also directing), Alexander Wriath, Antonella Lentini, John Schram, Monique Van Vooren, and Monique Zrodan.
When it comes to the language of film, if there's one thing that is universally understood, it's the sound of someone screaming in terror. You get that and a bit more in the latest foreign cinéma vérité style import, Behind the Horror (Detrás del Horror). Read on for more.
And yet another found footage flick in on its way containing aliens and shaking cameras. Though cinéma vérité style filmmaking is quickly reaching its saturation point, you just never know when one of the few quality affairs that get everything right will show up. Could Report 51 get the job done? It's gotten our interest for sure.
A new film is gearing up that promises to show you an entirely different side of the world's most notorious and controversial paranormal phenomenon - The Amityville Horror. Read on for all the details concerning why it just may be time for you to stock up on Bibles (hey, it couldn't hurt) and nightlights. From the Press Release
Much to the delight of DC co-founder KW Low, Malaysian horror seems to be exploding all over the place lately. In fact it's as if we're coming across a new one almost every week. Next up, more cinéma vérité style chills in Seru.
Bold Films (Legion, The Hole) announced today that they have acquired the rights for John Swetnam's horror crime-thriller Evidence after a two week bidding war.
Drew Daywalt has made a living working within the horror genre scaring the hell out of people. As you'll soon see in his upcoming Camera Obscura project, the guy really knows his way around the subject of ghosts and hauntings. Recently Drew had the tables turned on him when he spent a couple of evenings aboard a legendary haunted ship, California's Queen Mary -- in the vessel's most haunted room of course.
Some of you have asked the question, "So where is The Asylum's mockbuster of Paranormal Activity?" To be fair, who expected a $15,000 home movie to become a $100 million dollar blockbuster? Never fear; when a blockbuster makes money, The Asylum smells money, and a mockbuster soon follows. They'll see your Paranormal Activity and raise you a Paranormal Entity.