Our Mr. Dark got an early look at Matthan Harris' The Inflicted (review here) at the 2012 Texas Frighmare Weekend, and now the film's making a run at this year's American Film Market with some updated sales art and a new trailer.
As we told you a few weeks ago, Matthan Harris' The Inflicted (review here) is being released on DVD May 21st from Osiris Entertainment, and to get you ready for it, we have a pair of clips to share.
It's been awhile since we've heard anything about Matthan Harris' The Infliction (review here), but it has a spiffy new title - The Inflicted - and a DVD release date courtesy of Osiris Entertainment. Read on for the artwork, new trailer, and more details.
Texas Frightmare Weekend, which ran May 4-6, 2012, now bills itself as the premier con in the Southwest, and as our event report will attest, that's definitely accurate. This year the guest list was massive, around 20 films were screened, and a Carrie-themed prom was held. The film list alone was bigger than many film festivals.
Matthan Harris, creator of the independent horror flick The Infliction, has announced that Italian composer Marco Werba will be writing the score for the film. To go along with this news, Harris supplied us with a new set of stills.
Writer/director/producer/star Matthan Harris has provided Dread Central with an exclusive batch of photos from his new film The Infliction. Recently interviewed as part of DC's "Texas Frightmakers" series, Harris is wrapping up post-production on the film as we speak. He hopes to have the remaining work completed in time for a May premiere.
Texas is a strange, strange place. Most horror fans think about chainsaws when you say the name Texas around them, and that's not a huge stretch from the truth. Bigger than many nations, Texas contains every variety of landscape and community found elsewhere in the US. It also contains no small amount of weirdness and weirdos. Inspired by the Texas Frightmakers panels at last year's Texas Frightmare Weekend as well as my love for my adopted home, I'm proud to introduce a series of monthly interviews called Texas Frightmakers.
A new genre flick is on its way with some very familiar faces, and we've got all of the information you need to get you excited including stills, a one-sheet, and even a teaser trailer. Dig it!