Though they may take a very, very long time to get the films out there, you really can’t deny that it’s more than worth the wait for anything Synapse Films does these days. Their years-in-the-making DVD of Home Sick is the latest example, and recently president Don May, Jr. talked about two more upcoming releases that I’m sure will prove my point.
The very cool guys behind the upcoming indie feature Brainjacked just dropped the official trailer for the film in our laps as an early Christmas present to gore fans everywhere!
It's hard to tell if Abundant Sunshine is yet another boring and redundant trip into cinéma-vérité land or an actual disturbing piece of cinema documenting the works of a dedicated family man who spent ten years living a double life as a serial killer. You see, he videotaped all his crimes, always a good idea, and when the police find the tapes, all the truth comes crashing down.
Just a couple of days ago we provided you with an exclusive first look at the "Black" trailer for indie director Mel House's new project, Walking Distance.
An update just fell into our inbox from the guys at Backwoods Entertainment about their follow up to the well-received indie Marcus (review), Dead by Dawn. Yeah, I know, not the most inspired of titles, is it?
We’ve been looking forward to Walking Distance, Mel House’s follow-up to the ambitious indie film Closet Space (review), since we first heard rumblings about how good the script was. So we kept Mr.
We just got a heads up that there’s another new teaser online for the indie anthology Edges of Darkness, which is comprised of three tales set against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse. Still no word on a release for the film yet, but I’m sure we’ll hear more soon.
Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring A.J. Bowen, Michael Parks, Lorri Hamm, Gary Chason Directed by Jim Spanos
In a move that I hope is only the first of many, Twitch Film are the sole proprietors of Robert Pratten’s Mindflesh, which will only be up for viewing for a small window, specifically December 12th- 14th, so you’d better get over there and check it out now!
Michael J. Hein of MooDude Films has announced that they’ve won distribution and release of two new films, Spiker and Dead Serious; the first a bloody slasher and the second an oddball horror comedy pitting religious zealotry against gays and vampires.
Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Leslie Andrews, John McGarr, Charlie Trepany, Stephen Geoffreys Directed by Eben McGarr
It’s odd; I have had a copy of Sick Girl in my hands since it got such a good reaction at the last Fear Fest, but I’ve yet to actually sit down with it yet. My plan was to do so tonight, which may have inspired the good news Twitch learned today.
The next in our series of exclusive video interview for Dana Mennie's upcoming creature feature Dark Moon Rising is ready, and this time we're set to hear from the film's big bad ... Max Ryan!
This morning we were provided with a batch of stills from the upcoming indie slasher The Id Proxy, which is coming our way from director Matthew C. Dumond. The story follows a man named Will, pushed to the edge by events beyond his control, whose despair leads to a psychotic rage that no one will walk away from.
That distant sound of hooves you're hearing is the Four Horseman finally come to lay claim to the Earth because for the third day in a row we’ve got info about another film project involving Famous Horror Author Joe Knetter.