Author: Philip Rogers

Carpenter, Cronenberg and Eli Roth lead a summer charge of seasonal shockers on Horror Channel this July. Considered one of David Cronenberg’s early genre classics, SCANNERS was based on Cronenberg’s scripts The Sensitives and Telepathy 2000, which he planned to pitch to Roger Corman. Starring Michael Ironside and Patrick McGoohan, the film went on to became one of the first produced in Canada to successfully compete with American films at the international box office. Also airing is David Cronenberg’s other cult classic body horror THE BROOD, which stars Oliver Reed and Samantha Eggar. To many this remains one of the director’s most frightening and resonant movie. Although…

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Red Cape Publishing are pleased to announce the release of E is for Exorcism onto Audible and iTunes, narrated by Bill Perry. This joins Aliens, Beasts, Cannibals, and Demons in the A-Z of Horror Series on Audible. E is for Exorcism, the fifth book in an epic series of twenty-six horror anthologies. Within these pages you will find a collection of thirteen sinister stories from some of the finest independent writers on the scene today. Feel the terror as the possessed wreak havoc and good does not always triumph over evil. E is for Exorcism contains a variety of nerve-jangling…

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From director Lee Esposito, and leading genre distributor Terror Films, comes the terrifying Lillith – On Demand and Digital this July. Jenna Collins (Nell Kessler) is a girl whose heart has been broken by her self-absorbed boyfriend, Brad (Michael Finnigan). With some convincing from her best friend Emma (Robin Carolyn Parent), Jenna turns to the dark arts to seek revenge. That vengeance comes in the form of Lillith (Savannah Whitten), a murder-hungry siren from hell. Jenna quickly realizes that her new friend Lily is more than what she bargained for. The lust demon embarks on a sex-fueled killing spree with no end…

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A brother and sister stumble upon their father’s secret one year after his death. They soon learn that this secret may not be his alone. Writer/director Matthew Goodhue’s terrifying WOE premieres on DVD and Digital June 15 from Gravitas Ventures and Kamikaze Dogfight. One year after their father’s death, Charlie endlessly repairs the old family house while his sister, Betty, decides to sell their father’s car without her brother’s consent – the same car their father committed suicide in. As the two avoid confronting their prolonged grief, mental health, and each other, a hunchbacked creature shadows their every move. Their estranged…

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Brace yourself for Juan Diego Escobar Alzate’s harrowing yet beautiful take on the horrors of religious fanaticism in Luz: The Flower of Evil. Far into the Colombian mountains, a small farming community is rocked by the arrival of a mysterious young boy. Their leader, El Señor, claims that the child is the new Messiah, there to save their land, yet his three daughters start to question their father’s beliefs when the community starts to dissolve into madness and violence. Is this boy God? The Devil? And, is there a difference? An official selection at both the Sitges Fantastic Film Festival and…

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