A few weeks ago we brought you the news that Justin Russell's Eighties inspired slasher film The Sleeper was headed to DVD and, yes, VHS, at the end of January; and now we've got the official artwork for both along with all the info that you need! Dig it!
When there's no more room in hell, the dead will go to detention. That's the premise, well sort of, for the latest indie zombedy, Detention of the Dead, and we've got your first look at the teaser trailer right here.
Some neat distribution news is coming in to kick off the first week of 2012. Festival favorite Juan of the Dead has officially been granted a green card and access to the United States. Read on for the details.
Talk about kicking off the new year with some good news. The first cinemas showing Troma's Father's Day have been announced for its limited theatrical run. Troma flicks on the big screen? Maybe those friggin' Mayans were right ... it is the end of the world!
While most of us are just starting to formulate a game plan for the upcoming new year, author and filmmaker Gregory Lamberson already has three new books on tap for 2012 as well as a feature film in the works, Scaremonger, starring Debbie Rochon.
While we continue to spin our wheels here in the States waiting for the "family adventure" that will be Ouija, based upon the Hasbro game which lets you contact the dead, our friends across the pond have a far more appropriate and sinister usage for the talking board cooking.
A couple of weeks ago two one-sheets debuted that ripped off the Paranormal Activity franchise so badly in style that even the dudes at The Asylum were like, "Really?" Thankfully the folks behind that flick have seen the error of their ways and have scrapped the original title of Ward 8 and their initial concept artwork. That being said, get ready to dig on the goods for The Warning.
Not everyone looks good battling zombies in a post-apocalyptic world. Sure, Laurie Holden pulls it off very nicely in "The Walking Dead," but she seems to be the exception to the rule. Normally survivors appear to be disheveled, crusty and undoubtedly stinkier than we'd care to imagine. That is, until Triple Burn Productions introduced us to Jessa Kill.
A truly terrible motion picture from 1966 that would have been completely unknown today had it not been the subject of a very memorable episode of “Mystery Science Theater 3000” in the Nineties is getting a sequel from a filmmaker who readily admits he began working on it as a dare. Only the hands of fate could insist the world be graced by Manos: The Search for Valley Lodge.
We've been talking about the little indie flick The Millennium Bug (review here) for a long while around these parts, and with good reason ... it's a fun (if not a bit confused) little flick that's home to practical effects, mutant hillbillies, and giant monsters. What's not to like? A new trailer just debuted packing some buzz for the flick! Check it out!
It's been a long time since last we dined on death with the new slasher flick Panman, but some new artwork and a trailer (both marinated in a fine mixture of carnage, torment, and insidious devilry) have just come across our plates! Dig in!
Houston-based Group1217, LLC, has announced the beginning of production on new feature film 3 Solitude. The film is being produced by Group1217 co-owners Jesse Kozel and Annette VerHoeven along with producing partners Yvonne Maria Schaefer (YMC Films) and Thomas Raft (Jefatov Films).
So what exactly will survive after a nuclear disaster? Cockroaches and mold. With resiliency like that, you'd have to imagine that sooner or later some horror director would tap the funky fungus to be the star of a film ... and Neil Meschino is just that director. Read on for the details.
The Xhosa people of Lisotho and the southern plains of Africa have a legendary beast of which they tell tale. You've heard of Sasquatch, Yeti and Chupacabra; now prepare yourself to meet Tokoloshe! With filming set to begin in January 2012, director Jordan Harland is hoping to introduce the world to this beast in the South African film Blood Tokoloshe: Dawn of the Beast.
While everyone else is checking out for the holiday weekend, indie filmmakers are still busting their asses to get noticed, and we respect that more than words could ever fully illustrate. That's exactly why we're still here bringing you the latest. Next on tap is Sweet Home Films, LLC's affliction flick Blood Rush.