Mr. Hush, writer/director/producer David Lee Madison's horror homage, is heading to home video on August 7th courtesy of Horizon Movies' Kino Lorber division. Read on for the film's cast members, synopsis, and a trailer.
Some would say we need a break from vampire films. But I say nay. As long as they don't sparkle and mope, and I get to see massive carnage, bring on the creatures of the night. Blakk Flamingo Pictures is answering the call on DVD this November with their first feature film, Bite Marks.
Filmmaker Mark Steensland has been in our newsfeed quite a bit recently. Between the world premiere of his short film The Weeping Woman this weekend at Motor City Nightmares and the news that he had just acquired the rights to the novel Tengu, we thought it was time to talk to the man himself and find out more about his projects.
Like most horror fans, we can be pretty cynical when it comes to our genre. We have to wade through a lot of swill to find the gems. But what I've seen come out about The Weeping Woman is leaving me with a lot of hope about newcomer Mark Steensland and his short, which stars Stephen "Evil Ed" Geoffreys (Fright Night) and DC alum Melisa Bostaph.
On April 16th, 2011, Motor City Nightmares Film Festival will be the scene for the world premiere of the latest short film by award-winning director Mark Steensland, based on a short story by Paul Kane (The Hellraiser Films and Their Legacy and Hellbound Hearts).
It's been a long time since we heard any horror themed music from composer Fabio Frizzi, but that's about to change thanks to his participation in Mark Steensland's new short The Weeping Woman. From the Press Release:
One filmmaker we've had our eye on for a while is Mark Steensland. The man's made some truly tremendous short films including the critically acclaimed The Ugly File, and now he's back with a new short-form fright fest along with Evil Ed himself! From the Press Releaae
In what's probably going to be our favorite news story of the week, it has been reported that police were summoned to The George Washington Hotel (the site of many real life deaths and tragedies) to investigate what was believed to be the "most gruesome crime scene" Police Chief J.R. Blyth had ever seen in his thirty-five years on the force! There was just one problem ...
Writer/director Thomas Churchill describes his indie horror film Emerging Past as being in the tradition of The Exorcist and The Omen, and if you're planning on attending the Famous Monsters Convention in Indianapolis this July, you'll be able to see for yourself if it's an apt description since the flick will be having its world premiere during the event.
Although Twitter keeps getting most of the attention these days, Facebook is still a pretty valuable resource as well. Case in point: Ezra Buzzington's post pointing us in the direction of the trailer for his upcoming film New Terminal Hotel.
This morning we received word that genre actor Ezra Buzzington (The Hills Have Eyes, Mirrors) has just joined up with former Fright Night sidekick Stephen Geoffreys and Dread Central’s most favorite girl ever, Tiffany Shepis, for a role in B.C. Furtney’s New Terminal Hotel.