Indie psychological thriller The Quiet Ones will be premiering on the film festival circuit next weekend, June 6th at 8pm to be exact, at the Hoboken International Film Festival. We've got a look at the trailer, poster, and some screengrabs along with an exclusive production still.
2001 Maniacs director Tim Sullivan dropped us a line with a first look at the upcoming horror comedy Bloody Bloody Bible Camp, which promises to be all sorts of blasphemous!
Reggie Bannister has faced everything from hooded dwarves to killer vultures to really tall men and everything in-between. In his latest film titled Primitive, he's getting ready to face off with every cryptozoologist's worst nightmare -- a really pissed off Bigfoot!
Beginning in mid-April, director Justin Warren (Zombabies and Hazmat) will film his latest horror offering, Violet. With a reliable horror hero locked into the cast and a nifty premise to boot, it's already landed on our radar.
There’s just nothing quite like a bloody old fashioned freak show. Word is coming from director Brian Corder that his new film Carnies has reached a state of geek completion.
We just received a heads-up from Closet Space (review) director Mel House that the trailer for his latest mindbender, Walking Distance, is very close to being upon us. He’s currently shooting for a debut sometime near Thanksgiving, though the outlet has not been determined yet (I vote for Dread Central; don’t you?)
Growing up in the South, I never saw horror fests or film fests anywhere near me. But nowadays the lucky folks in Louisville, Kentucky, have the Fright Night Film Fest to enjoy.
Indie director Mel House dropped us a line yesterday with new pics from and an update on his Closet Space (review) follow-up, Walking Distance.
Great news, Satan fans! James Felix McKenney just dropped us a line with the news that his fourth feature, Satan Hates You, is officially in the can! The film’s been in various stages of production for a long time now, so I’m sure the crew at MonsterPants Movies and Glass Eye Pix are breathing a sigh of relief today!
We were promised a lot more on Mel House’s sophomore directorial effort, Walking Distance, his follow-up to the cool indie flick Closet Space (review), and today we got it. And then some!
I know most of you have not seen Closet Space (review) yet, and for that I’m sorry. As indie movies go, it’s one of the best ones out there right now, as is evident by its recent inclusion in this years RioFan festival, going down in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
There are really only two ways to make it acting, I think, pretty much the same as the two ways to make it in music; work your ass off day and night and do whatever is handed to you in the hopes that someone, someday will give you your "big break", or get discovered early on by some bigwig director and become the next Collin Farrell, who for a while was in everything and no one knew why.
Just got a heads up from Brian Corder, director of the upcoming indie horror flick Carnies, that the first teaser trailer has made its way online via the sickos over at Toxic TV. Doug Jones, Chris Stvaiski, Dave Markham and Reggie Bannister star in this twisted tale of murder and mayhem at a travailing carnival during the 1940’s.
So my good friend Reggie Bannister gave me a call and asked if I would like to drive out to Ontario, CA to visit the set of his new film Carnies. I didn’t have anything going on and I always love seeing the Reg-man work, so I hopped in the car and headed up the 909.