By now you should be quite familiar with the name Drew Daywalt as he has established himself as one of the most prolific horror short filmmakers working in the business today. And now, just in time for Christmas, comes his latest endeavor: "My Name is Kris Kringle".
As director Adam Green promised via his Twitter account the other day, the limited edition Hatchet II poster created by artist Alex Pardee was unveiled today and is available exclusively on the creative collective website zerofriends.com. Here are the details: Ultra Limited Edition of 100.
As if anyone needs more incentive to see Hatchet II on its opening weekend besides it being UNRATED, how about the opportunity to watch it with either the director, Adam Green, or one of its stars? If you live in or around New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, Tampa, or Orlando, that opportunity is yours courtesy of Dark Sky Films! Here are the details:
So earlier this evening we broke the news first that Adam Green's Hatchet II landed itself an unrated release with a major theater chain, and there's no doubt that this is huge news for both Dark Sky and the Hatchet Army. But for the lucky fans in attendance at the standing room only Hatchet II panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, more goods were on the way!
You want cool? You want badass? And you want it free? Well, if you'll be in the Los Angeles area from Friday, May 21st, through Sunday, May 23rd, we'll be sending you and a guest to the Creation Weekend of Horrors!
The biggest horror show in LA just got a quite a bit bigger! More horror talent has signed on to join the already impressive list of genre celebs that will be lurking about the upcoming Creation Weekend of Horrors!
More casting news has come our way today concerning Fire Sign Films' production of Alluvial, which is being produced and directed by Geza Decsy and co-written and produced by Sean Decker and Jack Ulrich.
Camping. We can cite so many different reasons why we shouldn't spend time in the woods. It's a kind of foreign realm to us city folk. There are just too many variables. Especially at night. In the dark. With his new film Alluvial producer-director Geza Decsy and company are set to give us a whole new reason to fear what's out there -- ourselves.