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If you've been reading this site for very long, you're aware of our love for good audio horror, and few do it better than Glass Eye Pix's Tales from Beyond the Pale. Season 2 is now available in a "live" box set, and we have all the details here.
Playing as part of the South by Southwest Film Festival is Late Phases, and in honor of the flick's premiere The Wrap scored two new stills and some artwork. Dig it!
The new film from Larry Fessenden, entitled Beneath, is on its way to both Blu-ray and DVD via Scream Factory, and right now we everything you need to know about the release right here. Reel in the goods!
The new film from Larry Fessenden, entitled Beneath, is on its way to both Blu-ray and DVD via The Scream Factory, and right now we have the first details and look at the cover art for you! Check it out!
If you like a good scary story like we do, then you're going to need to check out Tales From Beyond the Pale's feature The Listening Room. Brought to you from the good people at Glass Eye Pix, these audio nightmares are sure to creep you out. And they're free every Tuesday!
As of this past Friday the 13th, Season 2 of “Tales from Beyond the Pale,” the inventive radio drama horror series from Glass Eye Pix founder Larry Fessenden and director Glenn McQuaid, is now available for purchase independently via its online store.
One of the things I had been looking forward to this Friday the 13th was the launch of the second season of Tales from Beyond the Pale, which brings us spooky audio stories written by some of the genre's top filmmakers.
It was back in 2011 that Glass Eye Pix launched Tales from Beyond the Pale, marking the return of old school style radio horror by partnering up with top genre filmmakers to inject our ears with 30-minute stories of terror... no visuals needed.
A new clip from the new film from Larry Fessenden, entitled Beneath, has arrived; and we have every dreamy second of it right here for your perusal. Currently available on VOD as of July 16th, the flick will be treated to a limited theatrical release within more than 15 markets this summer.
Ya see, the thing about werewolves? They're just uncultured, man. I mean, they don't even have the friggin' common courtesy to use a door in the correct fashion. Case in point: this latest still from Late Phases which finds its own exit.
We told you yesterday that the first official casting news for Late Phases was on its way and of course, as predicted, it has arrived. Read on for the official word on this werewolf thriller along with the first still courtesy of EW.
"Spartacus" star Erin Cummings hit Twitter today and revealed that she and Ethan Embry have joined the cast of Adrian Garcia Bogliano's werewolf thriller Late Phases for Dark Sky Films/MPI and Glass Eye Pix, which is now shooting in New York. Nick Damici and Tina Louise co-star.