In the mood to watch something new but don't have a lot of time to spend in one sitting? Then check out the third and final installment of The Horror Vault Trilogy, which is out on DVD now and contains five separate tales of terror and depravity.
In the race to come up with the most outlandish maneating sea animal flick, it appears b-movie legend Fred Olen Ray is out to give Sharktopus a run for its money. As you'll see in this "Shark Week" parody teaser trailer for his latest creature feature Super Shark Attack, this gigantic shark not only rules the ocean as the ultimate predator and can "Air Jaws" with the best of them, you won't even be able to escape on shore now because this sucker can walk on dry land.
The indie film is like the blood that courses through the veins of the horror genre. Every big time horror personality started making little indie flicks (some of which have become classics) so that's why we pay them so much attention around these parts. You never know where the next Romero or Carpenter will come from. That being said, one flick we've been keeping an eye is is The Night Shift, and now that the movie has wrapped -- it's poster time!
I never thought I'd see the day, but Djinns are apparently a hot topic right now in filmland. This third project comes from filmmaker Matt Dallmann (whose first feature, The Third Testament, is being distributed by First Look Features).
You may recall a few months ago we told you about Final Girl Films' competition for indie horror filmmakers looking to make their next short film project. The contest was based on scripts only, and the first runner-up was Bryan Ryan for "The Guest".
Finally Brian Corder's Carnies, headlined by two classy genre greats (Reggie Bannister and Doug Jones), is on the horizon, and we've got a look at the DVD artwork for you! C'mon in and check it out!
Most people will agree (smokers and non-smokers alike) that cigarettes are kind of a gross addiction (this writer included, even though I still smoke to this day). However, we’ve never seen the true horrors of tobacco ... until now!
A film titled Dahmer vs. Gacy doesn't seem the type to be garnering awards at film festivals across the country, but that's exactly what's happening. It just won "Outstanding Cast Performance" at the Action on Film International Film Festival in Pasadena, California, and earlier this year the film also was voted "Audience Choice Award" winner at the Bare Bones Independent Film Fest in Muskogee, Oklahoma.
There's no doubt that Ike and Addley made their mama very proud in the Eighties in Charles Kaufman’s classic slice of sick Mother's Day, and now the fine folks over at Troma are looking to bring mayhem to another parental figure.
Know what we want? To see the new undead opus from co-directors Howard J. Ford and Jonathan Ford titled simply The Dead right now. That's what we want! Two new trailers have hit the Internet that more than have our Fulci bones (they exist in the leg, ya know) tingling! Have a look!
Every good horror movie needs an F/X maestro to pile on the goods that have gorehounds sweaty with anticipation. For Brock Morse's new flick The Victim, the film team has brought on a man who knows a whole lot about spreading the red.
We admit that at times we've labeled a few genre films as being more suited to Lifetime than our readership when they veered off into soap opera-ish territory so we're more than a little curious about the network's "broad departure" (in its words) from its typical fare to present supernatural thriller Within this Saturday night, July 31st.
Remember that nerdy kid you knew in school? Yes, him (or her). Hopefully you left them alone. If not the consequences could end up being deadly, and that's exactly the case with the new indie feature Deadly Karma.
Now this is what we call an update! Gris Grimley is currently working on so many projects it's hard to keep track of them all, but today he provided us with info on three of them, including a new trailer for his short film Wounded Embark of the Lovesick Mind and, even more exciting, his feature film Pinocchio, which is being produced by Guillermo Del Toro and The Jim Henson Company.
"The Sopranos meets 2000 Maniacs" is how I described Lynch Mob in my review of the quirky cannibal horror comedy. I'm one of the few to have actually plunked down money to see the Lynch Mob during its one-week run in Carmike Theaters last September. You'll get your chance when the DVD finally hits in October.