If I learned anything from the Evil Dead remake, it's that rehabbing in a cabin in the woods isn't exactly the best way to try to get clean and sober. Apparently, no one bothered to pass that message along to the protagonist in Silent Retreat, who's got more than addiction to fend off.
Last week we brought you the first trailer for the upcoming indie flick Silent Retreat, and now we have the poster to go along with it. Take a look, and expect more soon!
If you've ever been to rehab, then you are certain of one thing... changing your ways can be a really good thing, but damn it is the road scary along the way. Especially for our troubled hero in Silent Retreat.
Producer Zach Green dropped us a line to let us know that the incredible short film Familiar (review) will be having its premiere on FEARnet today, July 8th! Do yourselves a favor - Check it out!
Live In or Near NYC? Plan Your Weekend Around the Brooklyn Zombie Crawl or the Macabre Faire Film Festival
Wake up, East Coast! So what if Memorial Day is over? Another great weekend is ahead with your choice of attending either a Long Island film fest where you can meet the face of Pazuzu or a zombie crawl in Brooklyn... or both!
We just received word that the unique, creepy and highly anticipated short flick Familiar (review here) has been accepted into the 2012 Fantasia International Film Festival. Read on for all the details you need to get familiar with Canada!
One short film that's garnering some truly well deserved buzz is Richard Powell's terror tale Familiar (review here), and we've got a clip for you guys to dig on! Seek this one out if you can!
Indie Horror Month Interview: Writer/Director Richard Powell Discusses his Latest Short Film Familiar and More!
In just a few short years, writer/director Richard Powell has made quite a name for himself with his provocative and unrelenting trio of short films - Consumption, Worm and Familiar - which have established the up-and-coming filmmaker as a serious talent on the rise.
What is that inner voice that guides us through our daily lives? Some say it's your conscience, some say it's your soul. Regardless of where that voice comes from, writer-director Richard Powell has created a horrific vision as to what may happen if you ignore what that voice is saying to you with his new film Familiar.