Sunday, 21 April 2019

EMMA DARK STARS IN SHORT PSYCHOLOGICAL HORROR FILM 'HOUSE OF LEXI'


Emma Dark (Salient Minus Ten) will be gracing screens this summer as the lead in the short film HOUSE OF LEXI.

HOUSE OF LEXI is a psychological short horror film written, produced and directed by M W Daniels, featuring English horror actress Emma Dark.

BLUE UNDERGROUND RELEASING 'THE NEW YORK RIPPER' IN LIMITED EDITION 3 DISC SET






Someone Is Taking A Big Bite Out Of The Big Apple!


Blue Underground is proud to present THE NEW YORK RIPPER in a new 4K restoration from its original camera negative, completely uncut and uncensored, and fully loaded with exclusive new extras.

Co-written and directed by acclaimed horror maestro Lucio Fulci (Zombie, City Of the Living Dead) and filmed on location in the mean streets of New York City, this is one of Fulci's most savage and controversial thrillers.

Friday, 12 April 2019

TRAILER PREMIERE & POSTER DEBUT FOR 'MASTER OF DARK SHADOWS'


MPI Media Group has officially released the trailer and announced the release date for the highly anticipated MASTER OF DARK SHADOWS, a comprehensive celebration of the legendary Gothic daytime series Dark Shadows and its visionary creator, Dan Curtis.

INDICAN PICTURES RELEASING DARK INDIE THRILLER 'MADE ME DO IT'


The dark, indie thriller MADE ME DO IT is the latest title to be released by U.S. based distributor Indican Pictures. A psychological look at the creation of a serial killer, MADE ME DO IT takes a first-hand look at a troubled slasher villain.

Shot with almost complete practical effects, MADE ME DO IT is a film from director Benjamin Ironside Koppin. The film stars: Anna B. Shaffer (Strange Angel), Kyle Van Vonderern (Death Lust), Cortney Palm and Jason Gregory London.

INDICAN PICTURES WILL SMOKE UP THEATRES WORLDWIDE WITH 'HIGH ON THE HOG'


Indican Pictures has picked up distribution rights to Tony Wash’s HIGH ON THE HOG. The film stars Sid Haig (3 From Hell), Joe Estevez (Public Enemy) and Robert Z’dar (Maniac Cop I & II & III), in his final role.

The film is a genre bender as Big Daddy (Haig) fights against the government, to maintain his grow-op. Haig is also the producer on this grindhouse feature, with early details on the release of HIGH ON THE HOG available now.

Film Review: VIDEOMAN (a.k.a. Videomannen) (2018)


VIDEOMAN (a.k.a. Videomannen) **** Sweden 2018 Dir: Kristian A. Soderstrom. 94 mins

A unique, disarming love story recommended to anyone who has ever had a debate about whether Rosalba Neri’s enthusiastic fingering in SLAUGHTER HOTEL was body-doubled. Italian immigrant Stefan Sauk once ran the best video store in Sweden (his description), peddling what he lovingly calls “fat shiny boxes with animated covers”. Lamenting the “digital plague” of the 21st century, he faces eviction, likening his outsider status to King Kong in New York. A change in fortune emerges when a mysterious, notorious collector known as “Faceless” offers 10,000 Euros for his recently acquired rare tape of Fulci’s ZOMBIE.

Film Review: ELDER ISLAND (2016)


ELDER ISLAND *** U.S.A. 2016 Dir: Darrin James 81 mins

Ok so, this is based on the true events of Beaver Island Michigan in the 1800’s the Director and writers just changed the name of the island in question to Elder Island. We are taken back in time to meet The Reverend, a fiercely religious man trying to control his congregation, and his family who are then gunned down by the island folk and secretly buried but The Reverend returns from the dead to exact his revenge. Back to the present day and a camera crew arrive on the island consisting of married couple Ned and Stacy Ryerson and their sound woman April, who bares an uncanny resemblance to the Rev’s murdered wife which does not go unnoticed by the islanders, to do a documentary on the legend of The Reverend and some recent unexplained deaths on Elder Island, could there be a link?

IDW PUBLISHING CHARTS A NEW COURSE TO 'THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU'


IDW founder and Diablo House writer/co-creator Ted Adams and Locke & Key artist/co-creator Gabriel Rodríguez are excited to present an all-new interpretation of H.G. Wells’ classic science fiction novel, The Island of Dr. Moreau.

Thursday, 11 April 2019

ARGENTINIAN HORROR FILM 'TERROR 5' OUT ON DVD & VOD


Playfully based on urban legends and featuring a group of young people all coming face-to-face with their inner demons, TERROR 5 is far from your typical indie horror.

First-time directors Sebastian and Federico Rotstein use a local political crisis in Argentina as the backdrop to the five stories that unfold to horrific conclusions.

Film Review: I, ZOMBIE: THE CHRONICLES OF PAIN (1998)


I, ZOMBIE: THE CHRONICLES OF PAIN **** UK 1998 Dir: Andrew Parkinson 85 mins   

As the camera focus’ in on a hand held tape recorder, the voice of a man on the brink of madness and desperation explains how his garden is over run with bodies, his drinking is out of hand and his black outs are getting worse. We meet Mark, a student, who whilst on a research trip for his PHD happens across some poor souls stricken with some sort of horrendous disease. Upon being bitten and infected Mark roams the woods with an unceasing urge for human flesh and claims the life of a lone camper. Close to turning himself in to the police he instead decides to disappear from his current life, rents a flat in a different city and never returns to his girlfriend Sarah. With nothing more then a tape recorder to document the stages of his affliction and a bottle of chloroform to incapacitate his victims, he struggles through endless days of seizures and black outs which increase if he doesn’t regularly feed on human flesh.