Pennsylvania-based independent production company Happy Cloud Pictures is set to begin production on its sixth feature film, Razor Days, a grim story of survival and revenge starring Amy Lynn Best and Debbie Rochon.
Hot on the heels of their successful premiere at the Bram Stoker Film Festival last month (click here for details and photos from that event), the folks behind Renfield: The Un-Dead are taking AFM by storm and in character.
There are tons of movies on sale and seeking distro here at AFM, and we're doing our best to weed through the masses and find the horror flicks that will be close to your black little hearts. Case in point - It Was a Black '67.
Day Two of our throng of AFM coverage begins with a slight adjustment regarding the latest giant arachnid run amok flick, Spiders 3D. Apparently this eight-legged freak won't be going solo! That's right, kids. Directed by Tibor Takacs, the movie formerly known as Spider 3D is now Spiders 3D. Plural. Dig on the updated artwork below.
Just a couple of days ago we told you that the upcoming wolves run amok flick, Wolf Town, is now in post production, and what did we come across today? Sales art! Oh, AFM. You beautiful bitch!
That damned pesky apocalypse is rearing its head again, and humanity is about to pay and pay big time in this latest siege warfare based indie action thriller, The Day.
The "feel good movie of the century", A Serbian Film, has caused quite a stir around the world during its festival run, and ever since word starting spreading about how crazed this flick is, we've been wondering how, or even if, it would get distro here in the States. Wonder no more.
Reviewed by Mr. Dark Starring Ryan Barrett, Jennifer De Lucia, Daniel Zuccala, Breanne TeBoekhorst Directed by Philip Carrer
A little bit of news seeping out of AFM concerning the upcoming wolve's run amok flick, Wolf Town which we told you about a while back ... the movie is currently in post production so expect to see more ... lots more about it soon.
The success of the Paranormal Activity franchise has done a lot of good for not only our genre but for the indie filmmakers working within it. Case in point - Amanda Gusack's cinéma-vérité style spooker, In Memorium.
Emergo! No, not that gimmick from William Castle's House on Haunted Hill in which an inflatable skeleton was sent flying over theatre-goers heads, though that was supremely cool.
How shocking is it to know that a movie has finally been made about rampaging Orcs and Syfy has nothing to do with it?
Actor Michael Rooker has done a lot within our genre. From the stirring Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer to the upcoming series "The Walking Dead", the man has become not only a horror favorite but also a staple.
Apparently vampires aren't exactly without their own unique set of problems. At least that's what the Highland Film Group are out to prove with their latest flick, Limptooth.
Now that Los Angeles’ film festival laureate Screamfest LA is off and running from October 8-17 at the Mann’s 6 in Hollywood, CA, we're wrapping up our interview series with directors who have films in the fest. Our last installment: Andrew Shortell and Psych: 9.