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.
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.