Indie filmmaker Byron C. Miller dropped us a line to clue us in on his next feature film, Phantom Theater, and we've got everything you need to know about it, including how you can help, right here!
Don't go to bed, with no price on your head. No, no, don't do it. Don't do the crime, if you can't do the time, yeah, don't do it. And keep your eye on the sparrow. When the going gets narrow. Don't do it, don't do it. Where can I go where the cold winds don't blow, now. Well, well, well ...
You would think that with "Lost" mania still a big part of pop culture (despite its lukewarm finale), people who run into a mysterious hatch popping out of the ground in the middle of nowhere would just turn around and leave it alone. But hey ... then we wouldn't have a horror movie now, would we?
Another collection of horror tales is on its way from indie director Chris Vandale called Anthology, and we've got a couple of scenes and the skinny for all your horror heads out there.
Another movie making its debut at the Film4 FrightFest is the new African zombie flick The Dead from co-directors Howard J. Ford and Jonathan Ford. Why are we so excited? Do we really need to say more than African zombies? Get ready to chew on a new making-of video!
October is really shaping up DVD-wise. Now we can add a new giant monster movie from Japan that until now I had somehow not heard about. The 2009 daikaiju movie Demekingu is slated for a US DVD release in October under the Americanized title Demeking, The Sea Monster. Hey, as long as it's better than Kraa! The Sea Monster, I'll be happy.
Producer/director Jeff Chitty's The Taking of Savannah is now in post-production, which means it's time for some early artwork for the film, and we've got your first look at two different versions of the debut poster -- one "safe" and one that you may not want your co-workers or kids to see.
The 2009 Japanese direct-to-DVD flick Jaws in Japan will be arriving on American DVD in October to bring us gaijin plenty of low budget bloody hijinks involving Japanese bikini girls, a killer shark, and a serial killer. Looks like these scantily clad gals won't be safe on land or in the water.
Reviewed by Evil Andy Starring Srdjan Todorovic, Sergej Trifunovic, Jelena Gavrilovic, Slobodan Bestic Directed by Srdjan Spasojevic
The first news concerning more indie flavored madness, Pizza Shop: The Movie, has just been served up online, and we deliver it for you here. Stop in for a quick slice.
We've been following the progress of indie flick Fetch for a while now so it's great to see that the filmmakers have set a premiere date, and we've got the early word on the when and where right here!
Another film debuting at the Fantasia Festival tomorrow is Matt Osterman's sci-fi/horror hybrid Phasma Ex Machina, which has been garnering a hell of a lot of positive buzz lately. So much so that one of the big studios have taken notice and are planning their own version.
Indie filmmaker Ramzi Abed dropped us a line to let us know that the teaser trailer for his latest film, Noirland, is now up running and ready for your eyes.
We've gotten our claws into the first stills from Dante Tomaselli's latest film Torture Chamber, and a couple of them are bound to make you more than a little uncomfortable!
The good thing about horror anthologies is that if you get bored with one story, you only have to wait a few moments for the next one to begin! It's perfect viewing for audiences with A.D.D.! Hopefully the latest horror anthology The Perfect House will be nothing but good and you'll want to relish every spook-filled second!