Matthew Garrett's Morris County anthology will be available on March 18th via Beneath the Underground, and also members of the Beneath the Underground Facebook page will have an opportunity to purchase a "Bootleg Edition" DVD of the film. Here are some stills, the trailer, and more details.
Originally we heard Unearthed Films would be releasing James Cullen Bressack's controversial home invasion thriller Hate Crime on DVD in August, but now it's been pushed to October. Check out the details and artwork.
Now that it's currently available on VOD and heading to Blu-ray/DVD in August, the official red band trailer for the home invasion thriller Hate Crime has finally arrived.
It's been awhile since we've gotten an update on the home invasion thriller Hate Crime, but we've learned the flick has landed distribution with Unearthed Films and in the meantime is available worldwide on VOD.
We recently got word about the DVD and Blu-ray release of Jimmy ScreamerClauz's animated Where the Dead Go to Die from Unearthed Films on February 21st and are happy to share the cover artwork and the flick's trailer. Check it out!
With his first two features, City of Rott (review) and Dead Fury (review), Frank Sudol proved animated zombie splatter could be an absolute blast. Well, strap yourselves in, kids, because his next feature, Anti-Human, is set to keep the blood running like a river!
"It's the night before Christmas and Gabe Snow, a tabloid writer haunted by the Ghosts of Christmas past, is investigating a Yule Tide conspiracy. Gabe knows that Flight 1225 was brought down one foggy Christmas Eve, by a flying creature with a "glowing nose". Now, a blood-sucking Vampire - Santa Claus - has put Gabe on his list and unleashed the demonic fury of the North Pole.
In Dead Fury, BlackArro Productions' latest 82-minute horror-gore-cartoon, a zombie-demon gets its head blasted apart from a slew of shotgun pellets, bloodshed and brains spreading into the air. Max, the hero of the story, rushes in with his pick axe, tearing off its legs, ripping out its guts, and slicing the fallen corpse into pieces.
Reviwed by Scott A. Johnson Starring Yukari Fujimoto, Yumiko Fujiwara, Svyatoslav Illiyasov Directed by Andrey Iskanov
Oh happy day! The next re-animated feature from City of Rott (review here) creator Frank Sudol hits DVD on August 5th courtesy of Unearthed Films, and to celebrate, here's your first glimpse of the cover!
For someone whose earlier films are full of what some call “dream logic” and hallucinatory images, it seems strange that Andrey Iskanov (Visions of Suffering, Nails) would want to tackle a documentary.
If you haven’t yet checked out Frank Sudol’s City of Rott (review), you really don’t know what you're missing. I won’t tell you about it now; just check out the review and see what I mean.