Sad and somewhat shocking news coming in this morning regarding genre favorite David Hess. Apparently the film community has lost another one of its own. Read on for details, which unfortunately are on the scant side at the moment.
Genre favorite David Hess whom you may remember from such visceral classics as The Last House on the Left and The House on the Edge of the Park is getting set to move into his third house of horrors and we've got the skinny on what to expect once he gets there.
Introduction: Is there a better time to watch horror movies than on Saturday night? Be it alone or with friends, with beer or without, there’s just something about letting the stresses of the week slip away in the presence of a deranged killer, a zombie apocalypse, alien invaders, hungry vampires, werewolf orgies (if you haven’t seen Howling II, shame on you!) or any such combination.
Reviewed by Evil Andy Starring David Hess, Sasha Grey, Jesse Buck, Michael Berryman Directed by Lee Demarbre “I see filmmaking as a business and pity anyone who sees it as an art form.” – Herschell Gordon Lewis.
It was way back in February when we debuted the first stills from Smash Cut, and since then we've been pretty jazzed about the flick. Now that the trailer's out there we're even more excited!
We've had it with Hollywood and their remakes. Thankfully, so have a lot of indie filmmakers out there, which means there are plenty of great titles that are coming out of nowhere.
I’m sure it’s got to be hard to follow up a film with a title, not to mention a premise, like Jesus Christ, Vampire Hunter. But filmmaker Lee Demarbe is a trooper and stuck to his guns, and the result is Smash Cut, a rather dully-titled (in comparison, at least) horror romp about a movie director loosing his mind.