Yet another new trailer for the upcoming film The Butterfly Room starring Barbara Steele, Heather Langenkamp, and Ray Wise is here, hot and ready. Take a second to check out this latest sliver of indie goodness.
A sleek new website and trailer have just come online for the upcoming film The Butterfly Room. And when you see a cast that features names like Barbara Steele, Heather Langenkamp and Ray Wise, you know you've got to give it a look.
Just seeing the great Barbara Steele on a one-sheet for a new movie is enough to give this writer butterflies in the old stomach, and that's exactly what we get with this latest slice of artwork. Dig it!
The highly anticipated film The Butterfly Room is finally out of post-production and ready to fly. With an amazing cast full of genre legends, The Butterfly Room will debut at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival and is looking for an autumn 2012 domestic release.
It's been a couple of years since last we spoke about Jonathan Zarantonello's new film The Butterfly Room, but it's never left our radar - if only because of its incredible genre-heavy cast. Read on for the trailer and more.
Erica Leerhsen (Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Wrong Turn 2) is set to star in Phobia, a horror/murder mystery to be directed by Jon Keeyes (American Nightmare, Living & Dying) and produced by Blake Calhoun (Killing Down, Pink) from a screenplay by Anne Gibson. Read on for the gory details!
You know what makes us happy? Reporting on a new film starring the still very much incredible Barbara Steele. It gets us especially happy when we report that joining Steele for the first time ever in a flick will be I Spit on Your Graves' Camille Keaton, P.J. Soles, Adrienne King, Heather Langenkamp, and Erica Leerhsen. We're talking four generations of scream queens here, folks! Does it get any better?
Only the power of Christ should compel you to watch the latest trailer for Erica Leerhsen's new Christian horror flick, The Message. Personally, I'll pass. I have enough people telling me what to do without Jesus jumping on the bandwagon.
We love us some Erica Leerhsen around these parts, and the trailer for her latest indie film Lonely Joe has us all smiles. You know, the type of smile that you get when you haven't eaten in like two days and someone hands you a steak dinner. Ok, getting creepy here. In any event get ready to take a look at things to come!
Yet another religious themed horror movie is on the way, this time with a less than subtitle title -- The Message starring Blair Witch 2 and Chainsaw alumna Erica Leerhsen.
James Zahn, the mastermind behind the forever-in-development monster mashup Death Walks the Streets, just dropped us a line with your first look at issue #0 of the DWTS comic, which is looking to be released very soon. More pages are below!
We all know a remake of Brian DePalma’s The Fury is in the works. To make sure we’re kept on our toes, though, we got an e-mail today regarding an Aussie movie being made that’s also going under the title The Fury.I gotta say this one sounds more interesting than yet another remake…
Now that post-production has wrapped on the indie film from Emmemax Films, Lonely Joe, it’s about time for the movie to be seen by the masses, don’t you think? To judge it as only an objective audience can?
Way back in November we knew that Michael Coonce's horror pic Lonely Joe had finished production, but then all went quiet (“Filming Wraps on Lonely Joe” – November 2007). Then at last week's Fangoria Weekend of Horrors, those in attendance to the show were treated to a new teaser trailer for the film.
Despite, or maybe because of, the fact that most of Hollywood is shut down for at least another week, the folks at Emmemax Films are still working night and day to finish their first feature, Lonely Joe, which we gave you an update on a few weeks back (“Filming Wraps on Lonely Joe” – November 2007).