A little while back we brought you the first news regarding "The Bumps", a new TV show that's looking to give horror fans across the nation a good case of the scares, and today we have six minutes of the pilot just waiting to be perused by your bloodshot peepers!
And the award for most inadvertently dirty sounding headline goes to... Yeah, okay, we know, but we couldn't resist. In any event a new horror project is hopefully on its way to the small screen, and we've got your first look right here.
And the praise continues to come in for director Mike Flanagan's stunning atmospheric thriller Absentia as the film nabbed the Grand Jury prize during the 2011 Shriekfest Film Festival awards ceremony last night, closing out the Shriekfest's four-day celebration of the world of independent horror.
In the horror musical The Dead Inside, we meet tortured young lovers Wes and Fi, and while their love for each other burns strong, artistically their hearts have been locked in a box for years. Wes is a burned out photographer paying the bills by shooting weddings, and Fi is the writer's blocked author of a series of zombie novellas called "The Dead Survive."
As first proved by Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video and more recently in the incredible stage production of Re-Animator: The Musical, even the living dead can shake that thang when the proper time arises. True, if they shake it too hard, it may just drop off, but still!
Lo, the latest film from Travis Betz (Joshua), is hitting DVD on February 9th from SKD USA (distributed by Entertainment One), and we've got the skinny on what you can expect from this weird little tale starring Jeremiah Birkett, Sarah Lassez, Ward Roberts, Devin Barry, Aaron Gaffey, Travis Betz, Liz Loza, and Larissa Deckert.
Halloween is now literally just around the corner, and to celebrate, Travis Betz, the sick genius behind Joshua (review), one of my favorite indie horrors of the last few years, has prepared a brand new series of shorts for Atom Films!
What, you may ask, is “Lo”? Well, it’s probably one of the coolest trailers I’ve seen in a while, even if it makes no sense at all. It’s got some great makeup effects, a cool jazz song and twisted visuals. So it’s no surprise that it’s for the new film from Joshua (review) director Travis Betz!