Ghost House Underground
As if tapping into the works of the Koreans, Japanese and Spanish wasn’t enough, Hollywood is now setting its remake sights on the Danish.
Seems that Ghost House Underground is serious about its horror, if the company's initial lineup (which includes the monster horror movie Dark Floors, among others) is any indication, and today they’ve announced two more titles for direct-to-DVD release.
We've seen horror come in many forms over the years. The living dead, psychopathic killers, nature-run-amok, etc., but now Ghost House Underground is set to unleash a new type of terror on June 26th with its latest DVD feature, The Tattooist.
What strikes me most funny about this article is the reference in the very first line to “the booming horror genre”. Like horror’s never made money before? Like it’s this newly discovered method of getting a lot for a little?
I really can’t wait to see if the upcoming horror movie staring Finish monsters Lordi, Dark Floors, is worth all the attention we’ve been piling on it so far. I mean, it’s nowhere near a U.S. release date and we’re talking about it at least once a week. I guess I’m just a sucker for monsters.
Big congrats have to be sent out to Michael Roesch and Peter Scheerer whose first directorial effort together, Brotherhood of Blood will be making its world premiere at the prestigious Sitges Film Festival in Catalonia, Spain!
Today we received word from filmmakers Michael Roesch and Peter Scheerer that their latest horror outing, Brotherhood of Blood, is in its final stages with the sound mix being completed at Herold Studios. "After months of post production, it’s great to see the movie finally on the big screen," said Roesch, who's knee-deep in the final sound mix for the vampire film. Ken Foree, Rachel Grant, Sid Haig, and Jason Connery star.
Since most of you aren’t filmmakers (well, these days who really knows...), I will let you in on a bit of the magic of moviemaking: The score is usually the last thing done on any film, big or small. It only makes sense to get the music to work with the final cut of the film, and usually it’s the final tweak that can make a movie go from "okay" to "wow!"
Our brothers in harm over at Bloody Disgusting nabbed themselves a couple of exclusive stills from Michael Roesch and Peter Scheerer's newest vampire opus, Brotherhood of Blood, starring Sid Haig, Ken Foree, and Victoria Pratt. Peep the pic below, and make sure you click the above link for more! - Uncle Creepy