Tony Todd

Bryan Makers Told to Stop

So the guys who made Bryan Loves You, the movie about a cult who took over a small town in Arizona that stars George Wendt and Tony Todd, must have either hit a nerve with a group of people or are tying to play it out like that for media purposes. Either way it’s a pretty smart tactic to get attention.

New Blood for New Maniacs

I'd read some early stuff about Tim Sullivan’s follow-up to his ultra-gory debut, 2001 Maniacs, but it seems like a lot has changed since those days, all for the good.

Bryan Loves Updates!

Bryan is your friend. Bryan is sane. He wants nothing but the best for you. You see, as the title implies, Bryan Loves You. The folks behind the indie movie Bryan Loves You just dropped us a line with three (count ‘em three!) new posters for the film (check ‘em out below) as well as the exclusive news that a tagline has been chosen for the movie; "Meet Bryan, please. Bryan is good." Now if that’s not ominous, I don’t know the meaning of the word! Which I do!

More Maniacs Cast

Aside from all the returning regulars to Tim Sullivan’s upcoming sequel to 2001 Manaics, currently titled 2001 Maniacs: Beverly Hellbillys, the folks over at Horror Yearbook have learned some new & cool casting bits from the Weekend of Horrors.

This Trailer Loves You

Word has come down from the producers behind the indie cult horror film Bryan Loves You that, after setbacks and info being leaked left and right (though who knows if it was done on purpose to build hype), they’re throwing fans a bone with an early look at the flick’s trailer. Click here to check it out, and take some time with the five new images below. Some personal time, that is.

Wendt and Todd Find the Love

Even though we’re always hesitant when it comes to indie horror -- we’ve all been burned too many times by too much hype and not enough follow-through -- I have to admit there’s something appealing to me about the new film Bryan Loves You from writer/director Seth Landau.

Pulido, Brian (The Graves)

Director Brian Pulido didn't have to look much farther than practically his own backyard when he was seeking inspiration for his next horror project. He found that the state of Arizona provided the right landscape to create a chilling supernatural journey with his telling of The Graves.