Perfectly timed with this week's home video release of Contracted, word has come that the film's DP is directing a horror flick of his own with some of the most impressive indie horror actors by his side. Read on for full details about Dementia, coming our way courtesy of BoulderLight Pictures!
Producer J.D. Lifshitz is back with another film, this time with writer/director Jimmy Weber (who directed the acclaimed Fantastic Fest short Incubator), entitled Eat, and we have your first look and more!
As someone who's done it, I can confirm that proposing marriage to a loved one is one of the most nerve-wracking things any human being will ever have to experience. But at least you can take comfort in the fact that the worst thing that can happen is your lover saying no, right?
The legend of La Llorona is a truly frightening bit of folklore, but as of yet no one has done it justice movie-wise. Thankfully a new flick is on the way that is looking to change that, and you're gonna Weep when you read the news!
I first had the opportunity to interview up-and-coming indie horror director J.D. Lifshitz last year, and despite the fact that he still had to worry about homework, his poise when speaking about being a filmmaker and his knowledge of the genre as a whole made a huge impression on me.
It’s not often in the world of horror you can use the term wunderkind, but J.D. Lifshitz might be just that and then some. At 17 years old, Lifshitz is anything but your average teenager. He recently finished filming his first feature film, Killed on the Fourth of July, during the summer of 2009 after writing the script and securing independently-raised funding alongside his partner Josh Adams.
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.
It’s not often in the world of horror you can use the term wunderkind, but J.D. Lifshitz might be just that and then some. At 17 years old, Lifshitz is anything but your average teenager. He recently finished filming his first feature film, Killed on the Fourth of July, during the summer of