Monday, June 29, 2015
I’ve love Supernatural films when they’re done right. So when I first heard about “Echoes”, I was interested in this because of the quotes on the box. Still, I’ve been duped by films with good box quote and ended up hating up. So I went into this one with an open mind.
The film follows a young writer who’s having trouble sleeping at night. She’s having visions of a dead person. She decides to take a vacation to her boyfriend’s house in hopes of the vision would go away. But once there, she starts to find out that her visions are become worse. Is she losing her mind or she is she being possessed? Supernatural films tend to be hit or miss with me. It based more on how much scares the film provides. This film had a couple of scary moments but what made me enjoy this was the fact it felt more like a cerebral horror film than a straight up supernatural horror film.
Most of the credit goes to director/writer Nile Tims. One of the things that makes this very entertaining was the visuals that were in the film. Tims along with his director of photography does a very good job making sure the desert setting comes off very well on screen. It helped make some of the key moments in the film look very professional and added to the film’s dark mind bending tone. The other thing that Tims does very well is making sure the key performances were very good. Whether it was the way that he approaches his direction of his cast to having the performances fit them film’s tone, it kept me interested in the story and the main character. When that happens, it makes films like these good to watch.
Speaking of the performances, Kate French was very good in the film. What makes her performance good was the way she makes her character very dark. Whether it was dealing with her mental state to her character trying to find out what is happening to her, she does a good job with the way that she approaches it. It made her character very interesting enough that the performance is one of the best things in this film.
The screenplay written Tims was a good one. One of the things that his screenplay does well is develop everything. From the mental state of the main character to her trying to find out why she is being haunted, it makes the story and the main character interesting to watch. The story was a little slow at times but it works for this type of story. The other thing that I liked about this screenplay was the fact the film has a consistent tone from start to finish. Tims does a very good job making sure the tone of the film is very dark. It made all the psychological element work so well with everything that goes on in the film.
After a bad string of horror films, it was nice to enjoy this one. With its good direction and Kate French’s performance, “Echoes” is a creepy psychological film that keeps your interest.
Review Rating: Three and a Half Stars
Benetone Hillin Entertainment recently sent the horror chamber over information for the upcoming screening of their film "Pernicious", a film that recently received four stars on this site. The film stars Ciara Hanna, Jackie Moore, Emily O’Brien.
The screening will be taking place on July 10th at the Hyatt Coronado Ballroom as part of San Diego Comic Con. The screening is free for all badge holders. Cast and crew from the film will in attendance for the screening.
For more information on this film, you can check the film's official website at: http://perniciousmovie.com/
PERNICIOUS SCREENING AT COMIC-CON Those that haven’t been able to catch James Cullen Bressack’s Pernicious on the big screen will have another chance when the acclaimed horror film screens at San Diego Comic Con! Synopsis : Three young, beautiful girls arrive in Thailand to teach English for the summer, for what should have been the adventure of a lifetime. The girls find themselves in a nightmare situation when new friends go missing, bloody dreams haunt their sleep, and a stolen statue leads them down a dark path into Thai folklore and magic. Things only get worse when they realize not what, but who is haunting them: an 8-year-old girl, brutally murdered and sacrificed by her family decades ago.
Stars Ciara Hanna, Jackie Moore, Emily O’Brien.
The screening is free for all badge holders at Comic Con. Cast and crew will be present.
PERNICIOUS Comic-Con screening details :
Friday July 10 10:10 PM
Hyatt Coronado Ballroom
Action Lab: Danger Zone recently send us over preview pages for issue #4 of their popular "Puppet Master" series which is based on Charles Band's most popular Full Moon series. The issue is written by Shawn Gabborin and illustration and color by Michela De Sacco (Pencils/Inks) and Yann Perrelet (Colors). The cover art by Standard Cover: Michela De Sacco (Pencils/Inks) and Daniel Morales (Colors), Jester Cover: Michela De Sacco (Pencils/Inks) and Yann Perrelet (Colors).
Issue #4 of "Puppet Master" hits comic shops on July 1st.
Plot Synopsis for issue #4.
After a lifetime of being manipulated by a succession of Masters, Andre Toulon’s Puppets may have finally found a way out. Is the psychic Madam Adon the savior they have been looking for? And if so, what is the price of freedom? The REBIRTH starts here!
Thursday, June 25, 2015
When I first I heard about “Pernicious”, I wasn’t sure that I would be interested in seeing this film. But lately, the film has been getting a lot of press from some of the major horror sites. Still, I wasn’t sure if this was all hype or this is a very good film.
The film follows three women (Ciara Hanna, Jackie Moore and Emily O’Brien) who travel to Thailand for the summer to teach English. They are also looking to experience the sights of the country. But what is waiting for them is something they least expect. Their trip starts to become a nightmare when the people that just met at a night club all of a sudden go missing. If thing couldn’t get worse, they start having trouble sleeping as a statue haunts them. Now they must find a way out of their predicament before they sleep forever.
Going into this film, I wasn’t expecting much scares considering that this looked more like a torture porn film than a supernatural film. Thankfully, there was a balance between those two horror subgenres. “Pernicious does a very good job playing up as the elements of both subgenres as it works well here.
The credit goes to director/co-writer James Cullen Bressack, as the direction was very good. What I liked about his direction was that he’s able to make the film feel scary. From the way the gore effect were executed to how the scary images were effectively crafted on screen, everything gave me that edge of your seat feel. When that happen, it grabs you’re interest. Bressack also does a great job making sure the performance were also good. Whether its way the horror scenes were acted to making sure his cast makes their characters interesting, he does a great job making sure the performances fit the film’s bloody and creepy tone. Speaking of the performances, I thought the three main actresses Ciara Hanna, Jackie Moore and Emily O’Brien were very good here. I liked how they had good chemistry with each other and the ability to play off of each other. They make sure that their performances fit the film’s tone and keeps your interested in the film. It’s one of the best things about this film.
The screenplay written by Bresack and Taryn Hillin was also very good. One of the things that I like about this screenplay was the fact that it blends both torture porn and supernatural elements so well. They did a great job balancing these element out as this film has some very scary moments that made me turn away from the TV. It’s something that I don’t see in many horror film, as neither subgenre over took the other. This story felt like both a torture porn film and a supernatural film rolled into one, as it works on both levels. The other that makes this work so well was the way that Bresack and Hillin develop everything. Whether it’s the development of the characters to how some of the scares were timed, everything is built up to something. It helped me enjoy this film a lot more as I was expecting something different.
This is one film that torture porn and supernatural fans will love, as this keeps you on the edge of your seat. With its very good direction and its scary moments, “Pernicious” will fright you in many ways.
Review Ratings: Four Stars
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Action Lab Comics recently send the horror chamber over preview panels for Issue #4 of of "Herald: Lovecraft & Tesla. Issue #4 is written by John Reilly, illisrated by Artist Name(s): Tom Rogers (pencils), Dexter Weeks (ink, color, letters) and cover art by Michelle Nikolajevic.
Issue #4 of "Herald: Lovecraft & Tesla" hits stores on 6/24.
While Earhart fights her way through the Elsewhere dimension, Lovecraft and Tesla spend an evening graverobbing before attending Mark Twain’s retirement party. The critically acclaimed Action Lab series continues!
Issue 3 of "Mayday" hits comic shops on 6/24.
Rising star writer Curt Pires (Upcoming THE TOMORROWS from Dark Horse & THE FICTION from Boom!) teams up with rising star artist Chris Peterson (GRINDHOUSE from Dark Horse & upcoming BROKEN WORLD from Boom!) to make something truly unique. MAYDAY is a chance to go into the utterly bizarre world that lives in the shadows of Los Angeles.
When issue #1 came out it sold out at Diamond Black Mask scrambled to get a 2nd printing going for stores. Then the announcement that Tim Kring's Imperative Entertainment is developing MAYDAY for television has propelled this crazy little book into something even bigger. Issue 2 came out and upped the insanity on every level. This Wednesday issue #3 arrives.
A washed-up, drug-addicted screenwriter and a transgender bartender stumble onto a Satanic cult's plan to sacrifice people all across LA (geomapped in the form of a pentagram, of course) and bring on Armageddon. As our intrepid, damaged heroes embark on a suicide mission to stop the crazy cultists, even they wonder if this is all really happening or if they're just plain crazy. Probably both. The latest project from Curt Pires sees him teaming with art sensation Chris Peterson for a story that cuts to the very center of Hollywood mythology and depravity itself.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
When I first heard about “Late Night Double Feature”, I was interested with this film because I thought it was going to be like anthology films like “V/H/S” and “Horror Independent Eight”. Instead, this felt different from those films.
“Late Night Double Feature is about a late night horror show called “Dr. Nasty’s Cavalcade of Horror” where the films “Dinner for Monsters” and Slit” are being screened. Amidst of all this during the show, an actress can’t stand the fact that she works for womanizing boyfriend and a host who’s drunk on the job and acts crazy around her. This leads to bloody chaos and a shocking ending.
This film was very surprising to watch, as I had the expectation that this was going to be one of those campy “Grindhouse” homages with the faux trailers and over the top violence. To my surprise, this film wasn’t that. Instead, this was a very shocking and serious horror film in tone from start to finish.
The first film “Dinner for Monsters was very good. Director/cowriter Zach Ramelan does a very good job making sure everything moves at a good pace. From the way that he directs his cast to how he gets the images to be dark and twisted, everything works so well. It’s what makes this segment work. The acting was also very good. I liked how the cast made their characters interesting and stand out in the film. When characters stand out in a good way, the film is more enjoyable to watch.
The screenplay written by Raven Cousens, Kelly Michael Stewart and Ramelan was surprising good. Again, I was expecting campy here, but the writers don’t go down that route. Instead, it has more of a shocking tone. Whether it’s the dialogue or how the story was created, everything had a dark and serious tone. It helped make some of the film’s shocking dialogue work.
The second film was “Slit”. I was hoping for a little less serious and shocking tone here, but this is the most shocking of the bunch. Writer/director Torin Langen does a very good job making this segment very brutal. Whether it’s the amount blood used to the tone of the film, he does a very good making it very dark and disturbing. It gives the segment its edginess feel. The two leads in this one were very good. Whether it was the way that each of the leads approached their character to the direction that they were given, they did a very good job making sure their performance fit the film’s brutal tone. The segment’s screenplay written by Torin Langen does a very good job with making the film’s story very dark. I liked how he makes the two characters very twisted and unlikeable. It allows for Langen to make you think the main character is up to no good and does something shocking stuff with the film’s tone and twist. It really got me interested in the story, as this was the best of the three main segments.
The final main segment in the film was the film’s wraparound segment “Dr. Nasty’s Cavalcade of Horror”. This was the only segment that had a campy feel to it but it was perfect for the segment’s tone. Director Navin Ramaswaran does a good job making sure that this had a late night feel with the way that he approaches his direction. It made the segment entertaining. Whether it’s the way that he had this film look to how he directs his cast, everything felt different. It was good to see that considering the two segments that it wraparounds are very twisted and brutal. The other thing that I liked was the performances. The cast had good chemistry with each other they made sure to keep the performances at the tone where it’s not too serious or not too campy. It also helps make the characters work.
The screenplay written by Kelly Michael Stewart was very different from the rest of the film. I liked how he does a very good job making the story interesting without becoming too campy and throwing things in the story that scratches your head. This could’ve gone that route but thankfully didn’t. The other thing that makes good was the way that Stewart develops his main character during the course of the story. Whether it was the segments that wrapped around the two other segment to the main part of this segment, it effective develops its main character. By doing that, it makes the segment not feel like a throwaway segment just to tie the two stories together. It’s something that most anthology films don’t do, but this focuses on the main character here.
I highly recommend you try and seek this film out on the horror film festival scene. “Late Night Double Feature is shockingly entertaining double feature that puts anthology films like “V/HS” and “Horror Independent 8” to shame.
Review Rating: Five Star
Wild Eye Releasing recently send the horror chamber information for their upcoming release of "Dead Woman's Hollow". The upcoming film took awards for Best Horror Feature and Best Make Up at the World Music and Independent Film Festival, and Charles Dawson was named Best Male Lead at the WC Horror Film Festival.
Special features on the DVD include trailers.
"Dead Woman's Hollow hits retail on June 23rd.
Wild Eye Releasing has announced that Libby McDermott's debut feature, the chilling psychological horror film Dead Woman's Hollow is coming to DVD. Based on the shocking hate crime that ripped through the quiet of Appalachia in 1988, Dead Woman's Hollow will be available nationwide June 23rd.
McDermott took home awards for Best Horror Feature and Best Make Up at the World Music and Independent Film Festival, and Charles Dawson was named Best Male Lead at the WC Horror Film Festival for his turn as small town law enforcement trying to hunt down a murderer in the woods he calls home.
Two attractive young coeds set off for a camping trip in the Pennsylvania woods to get away from it all. After a rifle-toting mountain man discovers they are a couple, the women become his prey: hunted, shot and left for dead. The local sheriff begins to connect their frightened testimony with unsolved disappearances and murders on the trail. Can he act in time to stop more killings?
The DVD release of Dead Woman's Hollow (SRP $14.95) will exclusively include trailers and previews.
Legless Corpse Films recently released information that Rhiana Howell has joined the cast of "Deimosimine" . She is set to play Cindy Richards in the film. Howell joins Portia Chellelyn in the film.
The film is tentatively scheduled to shoot in November for 21 days in and around Northern Alabama. Projected release date is January 2016.
To help contribute to the film's IndieGoGo campaign that is currently going on, you can go to http://igg.me/at/deimosimine/x/8730882 for more information,
DEIMOSIMINE, the new film from LeglessCorpse Films has cast newcomer Rhiana Howell.
Rhiana will portray Cindy Richards in the up-coming feature horror film ‘Deimosimine’. To be directed by Chad Armstrong with screenplay by Andrew Thompson.
"A heroin addict undergoes a radical new kind of treatment for her condition; but the drug 'Deimosimine' instead creates for her a world of horror and bloodshed."
Project currently has a campaign on indiegogo to raise additional funds for the creature FX. http://igg.me/at/deimosimine/x/8730882
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
The Tromadance Film Festival recently send the horror chamber the official short film selections for 2015 festival. The festival will taking place at the Paper Box Theater in Brooklyn, NY on June 24th and 25th. Admission is Free for the event.
For more information on the festival, you can visit the festival's official website at: http://www.tromadance.com/
Greetings from Tromaville! The Troma Team is glad to announce the short film selections of The 16th Annual Tromadance Film Festival. Chosen among more than 400 submissions from all over the world, this list of titles represents the finest of independent filmmaking.
|Artichoke Piranha from the Prehistoric Abyss||Javier Sanchez||Spain|
|Some Things Won't Sleep||Leah Johnston||Canada|
|Mack Blaster||Rene Schweitzer/ Sebastian Utech||Germany|
|Teasers||Rafael de Leon Jr||NY, USA|
|Anti Social Media||Vaiginta Perkauskaite||UK|
|Grimace||Levi Caleb Smith||CA, USA|
|Writing on the Wall Part 1||Robert Ronning||Norway|
|Cannibals of Clinton road||Joshua Nelson||NJ, USA|
|Electric Indigo||Jean-Julien Collette||Belgium|
|Domestica||Zach Lorkiewicz||IL, USA|
|Escape From Midwich Valley||PH Debies||France|
|The Vector of Transmission||Martin Knox Long||CO, USA|
|Dead Hearts||Stephen W. Martin||Canada|
|Guantanamo Circus||Christina Lindhart||CA, USA|
|Zarautzen Erosi Zuen||Aitor Arregi||Spain|
|Pan Filo||Memed Aksoy||NY, USA|
|Once Again Partridges||Marta Diaz de Lopez||Spain|
|The Stomach||Ben Steiner||UK|
|Alfred Alfer||Emily Youcis||USA|
|Monkey's Love||Paulo Mosca/ Abel Sanchez||Spain|
|Decadence Nature||Olga Guse||Germany|
|Eye in Tuna Can||John Walter Lustig||NY, USA|
|Rosso Papayero||Martin Smatana||Slovakia|
|Horror Most Unreal||Max Minor||NY, USA|
|Lowbrow Utensils||Steven Lapcevic||NY, USA|
|Childhood Mammarie||John Raj Nijhawan||NY, USA|
|El Bosque Negro||Paul Urquijo||Spain|
|Le Pedophile||Ara Ball||Canada|
Issue #12 of "Zombie Tramp" hits comic shops on June 17th.
Plot Synopsis of Issue #12
In an effort to make it to Miami faster, Zombie Tramp takes to the air this time on a one-way ticket to chaos. Can Janey control her temper and her human form on a 6-hour flight full of annoyances?
Maybe. But add one more unexpected element to the mix and you’ve got yourself one angry zombie on a plane.
Alterna Comic recently send the horror chamber over preview page for issue #6 of their miniseries "Clusterf**k". The comic's story is by Jon Parish and the cover is by Diego Toro, Nic J Shaw, Steven Forbes and Claudio Gaete.
Issue #6 hits Comixology on 6/17.
To pick up this issue and past issues, you can goto: https://www.comixology.com/CLUSTERF-K-1/digital-comic/130146
"Clusterf**k" Plot Synopsis:
After defeating an evil wizard, Jim Parker and Karl Latimer suddenly find themselves being pursued by a secret government organization over an artifact they may not even have. With the wizard's apprentice in tow, the two must dodge the agents as well as a vampire street gang. Luckily, Karl has the power to transform into a demon while Jim has the uncanny ability to make any situation worse. Will they survive and, more importantly, will they get paid?
Issue #6 Plot Synopsis:
The final showdown is underway, though not in the way anyone expected. Reid's "silent partner" has stepped forward and taken control of the Heart of Baal. Can Jim and Karl save the day?
Saturday, June 13, 2015
Troma Entertainment recently send the horror chamber information that they will announcing the official entries for the short film category on Monday. The festival will taking place at the Paper Box Theater in Brooklyn, NY on June 24th and 25th. Admission is Free for the event.
For more information on the festival, you can visit the festival's official website at: http://www.tromadance.com/
Greetings from Tromaville! The 16th Annual Tromadance Film Festival acceptance committee will announce this Monday, June 15th, the list of short films that will be playing at Paperbox Theater big screen during this year edition.
The titles have been selected from more than 400 submissions from all over the world and represent the finest of independent filmmaking.
Feature Film selections will be announced few days later.
The 2016 edition of Tromadance will be held in the Paperbox Theater in Brooklyn, NY, on June 24th and 25th. As always Tromadance is completely FREE. Submission fee FREE. Admission FREE. Red carpet FREE. The only film festival from the people, of the people and by the people.
For more info, please consult the Official 16th Tromadance Website
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Today is a sad day in Hollywood as actor and horror icon Sir Christopher Lee passed away at the age of 93 in Chelsea, London, England. While horror fans might known him from films such as "Horror Express", "The Wicker Tree" and "Dracula: Prince of Darkness", most people know him as Saruman from "The Lord of the Rings" Trilogy and as Count Dooku in "Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones" and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith". Christopher Lee was also a regular in Tim Button films as he appeared in Tim Burton's "Sleep Hollow", "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", "Dark Shadows" and provided the voice in Button's "The Corpse's Bride" and Alice in Wonderland.
Most recently, Lee finished work on the "Angels in Notting Hill" which are all in post-production.
Sir Christopher Lee was 93 at the time of his death.
Film-Arcade.net and Anthony T's Horror Chamber wishes to extend our sympathies to Christopher Lee's family and friends.
Christopher LEE was a talented actor and a icon of horror that will truly be missed
AP Photo: Joel Ryan
Universal Pictures recently released information for the upcoming DVD & Blu-Ray release of "Unfriended". The film stars Shelley Hennig (Ouija, "Teen Wolf"), Moses Storm ("The 4 to 9ers: The Day Crew," "About a Boy") and Renee Olstead ("The Secret Life of the American Teenager," "Still Standing").
No special features were announced.
"Unfriended" hits retail on August 11th.
For a group of teenage friends, a devastating fate lurks on the other side of a computer screen in Unfriended, the first in a new generation of found-footage thrillers coming to Digital HD July 28, 2015 and Blu-Ray™, DVD and On Demand August 11, 2015, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Unfriended is a startlingly contemporary nail-biter from two modern masters of mayhem, executive producer Jason Blum (The Purge, Ouija, Sinister) and producer Timur Bekmambetov (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Wanted).
What starts as a seemingly innocent online prank produces a sequence of events that spirals out of control. During a routine group video chat, high-school friends are terrorized by an unseen figure. The anonymous intruder implicates each of them in the death of an acquaintance, revealing damning secrets and transforming trusted allies into wary adversaries. Forced into a sordid "game," the teens try to figure out who is behind the mysterious threat, but all signs point to a power from beyond the grave. Playing out in real time almost entirely on a computer screen, Unfriended features a rising young cast that includes Shelley Hennig (Ouija, "Teen Wolf"), Moses Storm ("The 4 to 9ers: The Day Crew," "About a Boy") and Renee Olstead ("The Secret Life of the American Teenager," "Still Standing").
Severin Films Announces "Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau" on DVD and Blu-Ray
Severin Films recently released information for the upcoming DVD and Blu-Ray release of the horror documentary "Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau". The documentary is about the untold story of Richard Stanley's "The Island of Moneau, which was one of the greatest cinematic train wrecks. The film is directed by David Gregory (The Theater Bizarre, Plague Town)
Special features on the DVD & Blu-Ray includes,Out-takes (sub-menu: Richard Stanley, Marco Hofschneider, Bruce Fuller, Jim Sbardellati, Graham Humphreys and others TBD, Graham Humphreys Concept Gallery With Commentary By Richard Stanley, Archive Moreau Interview With John Frankenheimer, Barbara Steele Recalls Moreau Audio Interview, The Beast Of Morbido Featurette,Return To The Moreau Locations Featurette, Boar Man Diary.
The film is available in Blu-Ray, Blu-Ray/DVD/CD combo pack and DVD. "Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau" hits retail on July 14th.
In 1995, visionary writer/director Richard Stanley (HARDWARE, DUST DEVIL) got the green light for his dream project: An epic adaptation of H.G. Wells' 'The Island Of Doctor Moreau' starring Marlon Brando and Val Kilmer. But only days into production, an unprecedented storm of natural disasters, monstrous egos and disturbing imagery - along with chaos, insanity and witchcraft - would trigger perhaps the most infamous behind-the-scenes catastrophe in modern movie history.
Now director/producer David Gregory (THE THEATRE BIZARRE, PLAGUE TOWN) reveals the untold story behind one of the all-time greatest cinematic train wrecks (Variety) in this wonderfully weird and gripping (Entertainment Weekly) documentary featuring never-before-seen footage, startling new interviews with actors Fairuza Balk and Rob Morrow, studio executives, crew members and - for the first time ever - the notoriously reclusive Stanley himself, plus nearly 2 hours of exclusive Bonus Features.
Cthulhu Crush Productions recently send the horror chamber information on production for their upcoming film "WTF". The film is set to star Callie Ott (The Horror), Sarah Agor (Hatchet II, VH1's "Scream Queens"), Andrea Hunt, Ben Norris, Johnny James Fiore, Nick Reilly and Adam Foster.
"WTF" is set to start production on June 15th. No release date was announced at this time.
Cthulhu Crush Productions is excited to announce principal photography is set to begin on Peter Herro's WTF! June 15th around Los Angeles. The horror film sees a survivor of a mass killing on a trip with six close friends, when her nightmare threatens to begin again.
Herro is directing from a script he co-wrote with Christopher Centanni and Adam Buchalter. Callie Ott (The Horror), Sarah Agor (Hatchet II, VH1's "Scream Queens"), Andrea Hunt, Ben Norris, Johnny James Fiore, Nick Reilly and Adam Foster will star.
Three years ago, twenty-two year old girl-next-door Rachel (Ott) barely survived a brutal massacre that left her friends in pieces. Time has passed, and Rachel has moved on, but unfortunately history has a way of repeating itself. Her close friends are spending spring break in a secluded house in the woods, and they have cordially invited her to join. Little does she realize that another bloodbath will be showing up as plus one. Once Rachel and her friends arrive at the cabin, the partying, sex, and terror begins.
From girls' only pillow fights to debauchery in the bedroom, it's going to be a blast...until the stabbing, flesh melting, and castration starts. Seven friends will go into a secluded house for the best spring break of their lives, but only one will be alive to post about it on Instagram the next week, as Rachel's biggest fears become a reality once again. Will Rachel survive another bloody massacre?
Kyle Zingler is producing. Executive producers are Steve Parker and Jody Wheeler.
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Brain Damage Films and Joe Hollow Production recently released stills and the official trailer for their latest release "A Blood Story". The film stars Camden Toy, Mindy Robinson, Mark Hanson, Debra Lamb and the late Robert Z'Dar.
"A Blood Story" is available at retail outlets.
For more information on this film, you can visit the film's official website at http://www.abloodstory.com/
Director Joe Hollow who brought you “The Family” and “Disciples” will be unleashing his latest twisted opus: “A Blood Story” the boundary pushing mix of erotica and horror that is set for worldwide release this June 9th on DVD everywhere.
“A Blood Story centers on the discovery of the legendary Fountain of Youth and the awaking of a centuries old demon that unleashes upon the guests of a nearby villa, subjecting them to unspeakable acts of depravity, perversion and murder.”
Hollow says, “This is the lowest budget film I have done to date but it’s special for a great many reasons. Robert’s passing was very difficult for us but the time we shared with him will forever live in our hearts. We were one big family on that set. And as a family I really feel we were able to tell an interesting story without all the extra characters, complex storyline and content that my earlier films are known for. With A Blood Story we had a very limited budget and a 10 day shooting schedule. So, THUMBS UP to an incredibly ambitious and inspiring cast and to Debra Lamb who muscled it through a fast moving difficult schedule as both an actor and producer. We wanted to do something different and we pulled it off . We are all very proud of this film”.
Produced by Hollow Films in conjunction with Lamblight Productions and distributed by Maxim Media Entertainment/Brain Damage Films. A Blood Story stars Mindy Robinson, Camden Toy, Mark Hanson, Debra Lamb, Melanie Robel, Linnea Quigley and the legendary Robert D’Zar in one of his final roles.
"A Blood Story": Official Trailer
Necrocity Entertainment recently send the horror chamber over the official poster for the upcoming supernatural film "Who's There". The film stars Tricia Brooks, Christopher Huff, Kelsey Zukowski, and Maria Olsen (Starry Eyes, Trophy Heads).
No release plans have been announced at this time.
For more information on this film, you can visit the film's official Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/whostherehorrormovie
Who's There?" Tells the tale of Amy, A young woman who is asked to house sit for a friend when they learn that a disliked relative passes away. Amy is always willing to help out and agree's thinking she can catch up on her studies with no distractions. That is; Until she realizes she is not alone in the house
Alterna Comics recently send the horror chamber over preview pages for their upcoming release of issue #2 of their horror/military series "Mother Russia". The story and art for the comic is done by Jeff McCombsey and cover done by Matt Smith.
Issue #2 of "Mother Russia" hits comic stores on June 10th.
To purchase this or any back issues digitally, you can goto: https://www.comixology.com/Mother-Russia/comics-series/39748?ref=cHVibGlzaGVyL3ZpZXcvZGVza3RvcC9saXN0L3Nlcmllc0xpc3Q
Plot Synopsis for "Mother Russia":
Stalingrad. 1943. One baby. One rifle. Two million zombies. A soviet sniper risks her life to protect something she hasn't seen in a long time: A perfectly healthy two year old boy who has just stumbled right into the middle of the zombie apocalypse.
Plot Synopsis for Issue #2:
Caught out in the middle of the zombie apocalypse, Svetlana must make an uneasy alliance if her and the child hope to live through the day.