We recently heard from K.M. Jamison, the writer and director of "Serial: Amoral Uprising", a 58-minute crime/horror film that was produced to help get the promotional ball rolling on a feature he plans to film based around a fictional serial killer named Trenton Wade Bracks.
Currently in post-production and eying a release date in 2010 is Hollywood Independents' upcoming D'Agostino, which promises that "Something volcanic is erupting at the caldera!"
Some artwork slipped online today for Stuart Hazeldine's thriller Exam, which will be arriving in UK cinemas on January 8th.
Reviewed by Erik W. Van Der Wolf Starring Jeremy Hayes, Anna Gilmore Written and directed by Josh Hasty
Well, fiends, just in time for the holidays comes a little Christmas zombie action! On Saturday, December 5th, Silent Night, Zombie Night will be screening in Las Vegas at the Sci-Fi Center (2520 State Street, Las Vegas, NV) starting at 8:00 PM.
It was just a few short months ago that we had the honor of meeting teenage horror uber-fan J.D. Lifshitz. We were at a Fango convention, and this dude knew how to light up a room with his enthusiasm. Horror fans are a rare breed, and usually when we put our minds to something, we set out to get it done. At just 17 years old the kid has begun living the dream, and it's with great pleasure and pride that we let you guys know that his very first film, Killed on the Fourth of July, will be slashing its way to your home soon.
Writer/director Gregory Lamberson will add a special twist and a welcome scream to the 2010 Beloit International Film Festival when he returns to Beloit, WI, as the honorary Chair of the fifth annual BIFF, Feb. 18-21, 2010. Creator of the horror cult classic Slime City, which marked its 20th anniversary at BIFF in 2008, Lamberson will be on hand for the world debut of the recently completed sequel, Slime City Massacre.
British writer/director Stuart Hazeldine's Exam premieres in theatres just after Christmas in the UK, and the film's trailer was recently released online. Luke Mably stars in Exam, which some are saying could be the thriller of the new year. Check out the trailer, and see if you agree.
If you're an indie filmmaker with a product you want to get out to the public, word of mouth is your best friend. So when Josh Hasty dropped us a line to let us know the DVD pre-sale of his first feature, A Mannequin in Static, began today, we were happy to help get the word out. And, if you're one of the first 25 people to order, you'll also receive a free signed movie poster.
We've been telling you about Chris Warren's Imago for quite a long time now. We've shown you stills, gotten you quotes, etc. Finally a trailer has reared its head and things are looking pretty good for this indie effort starring a couple of familiar faces.
Director C.M. Downs dropped us a line with an update on Fetch, the new feature he's working on for DrippingDead Films. Casting is now complete for the film, which was written by Trent Haaga and is gearing up to commence principal photography on January 9th in Easton, Kansas.
The first featurette from Trap, writer/director Jason Horton's follow-up to Edges of Darkness, just showed up online; and it offers an at times funny behind-the-scenes look at low budget movie-making for your pre-Thanksgiving cravings.
We recently received an update on the upcoming indie suspense thriller entitled Cornered, which is slated for completion in January, 2010. It was written by Hunter G. Williams and Kevin Duane Carson and is described as "a journey through 'the darkness of murder' and into the heart of a serial killer, who will not stop until all the players are killed."