DARK SKY FILMS ANNOUNCES DVD RELEASE OF ‘DEAD NIGHT’

Dark Sky Films are proud to announce that DEAD NIGHT will be making its way to DVD this September in America. Mixing original storytelling with timeless supernatural elements, DEAD NIGHT the directorial debut of Bradford Baruh – features a stellar cast of genre favorites including Barbara Crampton (RE-ANIMATOR), Brea Grant (A Ghost Story)and AJ Bowen (You’re Next)and … Continue reading “DARK SKY FILMS ANNOUNCES DVD RELEASE OF ‘DEAD NIGHT’”

Film Review: DEAD NIGHT (a.k.a. Applecart) (2017)

DEAD NIGHT (a.k.a. Applecart) *** USA 2017 Dir: Brad Baruh 86 mins A good-looking feature debut for Brad Baruh, opening in traditional slasher territory with subjective camera work and a gruesome fate for a 1960’s parked couple necking in the woods. In the present day, bickering teens and their cancer-stricken dad take a vacation in … Continue reading “Film Review: DEAD NIGHT (a.k.a. Applecart) (2017)”

LOOK DEEPER WITH DARK SKY FILMS IN ‘DEAD NIGHT’

From the producers of JOHN DIES AT THE END and with genre icon Barbara Crampton (RE-ANIMATOR) as lead actress, Dark Sky Films is proud to announce the theatrical and VOD release of Bradford Baruh’s directorial debut, DEAD NIGHT. DEAD NIGHT also stars Brea Grant, AJ Bowen, Sophie Dalah, Elise Luthman, Joshua Hoffman and Daniel Roebuck. … Continue reading “LOOK DEEPER WITH DARK SKY FILMS IN ‘DEAD NIGHT’”

Film Review: CONVERGENCE (2015)

CONVERGENCE *** USA 2015 Dir: Drew Hall 100 mins Set in the year 1999, we follow Detective Ben Walls as he leaves his young family and rushes to the site of a suspected terror attack. On arrival he and his colleague’s sweep the building only to get caught up in a further explosion. He awakes … Continue reading “Film Review: CONVERGENCE (2015)”

Film Review: M.F.A. (2017)

M.F.A. **** U.S.A. 2017 Dir: Natalia Leite. 95 mins Naïve, alienated art student Francesca Eastwood hooks up with an attractive classmate (Peter Vack), whose nice guy persona conceals predatory, misogynistic leanings. In the heat of passion, he ignores her pleas to slow down and rapes her in a suitably hard-to-watch sequence. Advised by her roommate … Continue reading “Film Review: M.F.A. (2017)”