Nature Runs Amok
Playing as part of the horror lineup at The Stanley Film Festival, which is now under way at the iconic and legendary Stanley Hotel in Colorado, is the new film from Larry Fessenden entitled Beneath, and we've got a new poster and the trailer for you.
Another killer flick has been added to the already jam-packed horror lineup at The Stanley Film Festival, which will make its debut at the iconic and legendary Stanley Hotel in Colorado! Get set for your first look at the new film from Larry Fessenden entitled Beneath.
The world is 70% water. Think about that. There is absolutely no way to know exactly what kinds of creatures have yet to be discovered. Then again... sometimes it's the things that we do know exist that can be the most deadly.
Though the video itself slipped through the cracks when it first aired, if you're looking for a quick glimpse at the new film from Larry Fessenden entitled Beneath, you'll find it at the end. Be patient and check it out!
Joining Spiders and Big Ass Spider is now The Giant Spider - an indie sliver of retro goodness in the vein of the old black and white classic Tarantula, which featured - you guessed it - a super-sized arachnid of deadly proportions.
If you watched Bait 3D, then you know that director Kimble Rendall knows how to take advantage of nature running amok. In fact during that sharkfest there was a scene featuring hundreds of scurrying spiders. Get ready for that moment times ten in his latest flick, The Nest 3D.
The Chinese nature gone amok comedy Million Dollar Crocodile is on its way to American DVD in February with a new title that could garner Screen Media Films a phone call from Toho’s legal department: Croczilla.
A special treat for fans of Larry Fessenden and Glass Eye Pix is here as the first bit of promotional artwork for his next project for Chiller TV, Beneath, has arrived. Check it out right here, and stay out of the water!!!
I’m amazed it has taken this long to finally get a movie about killer electric eels. We’ve had so many nature gone amok movies about different forms of dangerous aquatic animals, mutant and otherwise, that it’s only just now that we’re getting a movie like Shock Attack.
A movie about a crocodile transformed into a metallic, man-eating war machine is in the works. Of course it’s a new Syfy movie! Who else these days would make a movie about a mutant half-robot/half-reptile? The future of nature gone amok is on its way, and its name is RoboCroc!
Anything is scary when you make it monster-sized. But when you take a creature that has the word "monster" in its accepted, everyday name, you're really raising the bar. Gila! is a remake of the '50s film The Giant Gila Monster, and we've got some concept art and promo posters for you to feast your eyes on. Read on!
The greatest tipmaster in horror, Avery G, was at it again this week, giving Dread Central a heads up on a brand new project by artist Nick Stathopoulos that channels Audrey II and The Thing. Get your Round-Up ready; your gardens will never be the same after It Grows.
If the big studios can be all about remaking classics, then why can’t b-movie makers remake classic bad movies? That seems to be Jim Wynorski’s newest niche. The Chopping Mall director has already wrapped a remake of the 1959 creature feature The Giant Gila Monster, and now he’s revealed plans to remake something even more dubious: Santa Claus Conquers the Martians.
Usually when you think about death by killer bees, you envision people getting stung to death. In the atmospheric horror short The Nest, a rancher must fight to survive when a swarm of over-sized flesh-eating bees escape from a beekeeper who depends on their honey to keep her diner in business. Man-eating bees might sound like the premise for a Syfy flick, but judging by the trailer, this short is creepier and more atmospheric than you would expect.