You know how they say that money is the root of all evil? Well, let us tell you that family is not far behind. Blood is only thicker than water because of the density of the troubles caused by these bastards. Case in point: the new terror tale As Night Falls.
Ryan M. Andrews is preparing to dive into the post-apocalyptic world for his upcoming film Sick. Featuring a diverse cast of newcomers and veterans (including scream queen and Doctor Gash's #1 crush Debbie Rochon), Sick begins spreading the disease as cameras start rolling this week in Toronto.
One film we're looking forward to checking out is Richard Griffin's Exhumed, which has a real retro vibe thanks to its black & white palette, and if you happen to live in or near Foxboro, Massachusetts, you can beat us to the punch when the flick premieres on November 11th. In honor of the occasion the filmmakers have sent us a trio of new stills to share.
Although we frequently get news of new serial killers being set loose on an unsuspecting group of teens or bikini models or some other unfortunate bunch, it's always cool to take a look at what filmmakers have come up with for the new face of terror. In Billy's Cult we get a look at a murderer cast aside by his parents and bent on revenge. It works in facets of revenge, violence and religion. And it stars Debbie Rochon! That's more than enough to get our attention!
It's been a while since we've gotten an update on Exhumed, a uniquely original vision of horror written by Guy Benoit (Atomic Brain Invasion), produced by Ted Marr (The Disco Exorcist), and directed by Richard Griffin (Nun of That); but that's all about to change. Today we have for you the film's new poster and trailer along with a couple of stills.
Listen up, gorehounds! We've got a brand new distribution date to announce to you. On December 6th, just in time for Christmas (ho, ho, ho), we're all going to be treated to the release of Psychic Experiment (formerly known as Walking Distance), dropping on DVD, digital download and On Demand courtesy of Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
Do you want to see a creepy trailer? Look no further, boys and girls. The trailer for Sick Boy is a skin-crawler. Featuring the great Debbie Rochon and Skye McCole Bartusiak, Sick Boy looks like a truly scary project. And it now has worldwide representation from Raven Banner Entertainment.
Later this summer Slime City Massacre will be released theatrically through indieFilmNet’s new "Cinema Meets Horror" midnight movie-flavored series. IFN will make the film available to as many as 60 digital theaters in North America, which can book it as a midnight show, single screening, or full-on engagement.
Well, not alien predators so don't get your hopes up. However, the teaser one-sheet for the new indie flick Sineaters may have you thinking otherwise! Read on to dig on it and the first details! From the Press Release
Earlier this year we told you about Exhumed, a uniquely original vision of horror written by Guy Benoit (Atomic Brain Invasion), produced by Ted Marr (The Disco Exorcist), and directed by Richard Griffin (Nun of That). This week Scorpio Film Releasing dropped us a line to let us know the film has wrapped production and provided us with three new stills.
With the May 10th release of Shriek Show’s two-disk DVD of Slime City Massacre just around the corner, author and filmmaker Greg Lamberson let us in on a slew of upcoming SCM events, including screenings in Buffalo and New York City and cast signings at NYC's Forbidden Planet and Burbank's Dark Delicacies. From the Press Release:
While we had heard 2009: Mutants of the Apocalypse was going to be the next project for Scorpio Film Releasing, it turns out that instead they're moving forward with Exhumed, a uniquely original vision of horror written by Guy Benoit (Atomic Brain Invasion), produced by Ted Marr (The Disco Exorcist), and directed by Richard Griffin (Nun of That).
One film that's been on our radar for quite some time is Gregory Lamberson's Slime City Massacre so we're glad to report it now has official distribution. Media Blasters has acquired the North American rights to the film and will release it on DVD, VOD, and Blu-ray in 2011. From the Press Release:
Pennsylvania-based independent production company Happy Cloud Pictures is set to begin production on its sixth feature film, Razor Days, a grim story of survival and revenge starring Amy Lynn Best and Debbie Rochon.
Horror fans who live in the Buffalo, New York, area will be happy to hear a new genre film fest is coming to town this October 21-24 called the Buffalo Screams Horror Film Festival, and the full lineup of short and feature films was announced earlier this week.