In writer/director Jason Horton's latest genre flick Monsters in the Woods, we follow a low-budget film crew that treks deep into the wilderness in order to shoot some cliché horror scenes for their unsellable indie-drama.
Jason Horton's Monsters in the Woods is heading home on DVD on February 21st courtesy of Osiris Entertainment, but you can be the first on your block to own a copy courtesy of us!
Jason Horton's Monsters in the Woods is heading home on DVD in February courtesy of Osiris Entertainment, and we have a peek at the cover art to share along with a few more details on the flick's VOD release this month in the US and Canada.
We've been talking about Jason Horton's Monsters in the Woods for some time now, and today we have a lot of updating to do for the project including a new trailer, a detailed synopsis, and release info!
Just in time for the upcoming American Film Market, Osiris Entertainment has completed a new poster for Jason Horton's Monsters in the Woods, and of course we have a look at it for you right here! We must say it's light years better than the last one.
It's been about a year since we've gotten an update on Jason Horton's Monsters in the Woods, but today the writer/director dropped us a line to let us know the film has landed a distributor and gotten itself a new poster and trailer. He also provided a couple of new stills for us to share.
Those who are craving a new creature feature are in luck as Jason Horton's Monsters in the Woods is in its final week of production with post expected to be complete before November, which means we should be seeing the final product in film fests relatively soon. In the meantime here are two new exclusive stills to whet the proverbial ol' appetite.
Filming is well under way on Jason Horton's Monsters in the Woods, which promises no CGI -- only rubber suited creatures, and the writer/director was kind enough to send over a couple of new stills featuring members of the film crew that's the target of said monsters. Monsters in the Woods stars Glenn Plummer, Kristian Bernard, Annemarie Pazmino, and Lee Perkins.
Indie stalwart Lee Perkins dropped us a line with the news that he begins shooting his part in Jason Horton's Monsters in the Woods in the Big Bear area in about two weeks, and he also included a new poster for the flick for us to share with our readers.
You see? This is reason #89 while I will always remain a damned city boy. No matter how you slice it there is stuff happening deep within the woods that I want absolutely no part of! From inbred mutants to well, yes, monsters, you just never know what is gonna smack you in the face (thereby tearing it off and sending it sailing through the air) next.