FROM THE WRITER OF ‘BEETLEJUICE’ COMES ‘COLD MOON’

Based on the novel ‘Cold Moon Over Babylon’ by Michael McDowell, writer of Beetlejuice and The Nightmare Before Christmas, COLD MOON is an eerie tale of murder, manipulation and vengeance from beyond the grave. Featuring a strong central performance from Josh Stewart and a terrifying turn by Christopher Lloyd this is the perfect film to … Continue reading “FROM THE WRITER OF ‘BEETLEJUICE’ COMES ‘COLD MOON’”

Film Review: COLD MOON (2016)

COLD MOON **** U.S.A. 2016 Dir: Griff Furst 90 mins In his short career, Michael McDowell made his mark with some darkly comic celebrations of the macabre: most famous as the screenwriter of Tim Burton’s BEETLEJUICE and the Burton-produced THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS, he was also a gifted writer of novels and short stories – … Continue reading “Film Review: COLD MOON (2016)”

FROM THE WRITER OF ‘BEETLEJUICE’ COMES A NEW SUPERNATURAL HORROR

A chilling tale of supernatural vengeance arrives this October with COLD MOON, co-written and directed by Griff Furst, in theaters and VOD from Uncork’d Entertainment. Starring Josh Stewart (“Shooter“, The Dark Knight Rises), Christopher Lloyd (the Back to the Future series), Robbie Kay (“Once Upon a Time“, Pirates of the Caribbean : On Stranger Tides), … Continue reading “FROM THE WRITER OF ‘BEETLEJUICE’ COMES A NEW SUPERNATURAL HORROR”

Film Review: THE NEIGHBOUR (2016)

THE NEIGHBOUR *** USA 2016 Dir: Marcus Dunstan. 87 mins  Another stripped-down, brutal latter-day B movie from the talented duo of Patrick Melton (co-writer) and Marcus Dunstan (co-writer / director), though it’s not as much fun as their splendid COLLECTOR movies or even the best of their SAW sequel collaborations. Josh Stewart, sleepy-eyed tough guy … Continue reading “Film Review: THE NEIGHBOUR (2016)”

WATCH OUT FOR ‘THE NEIGHBOUR’ The writer/director and star of hit horror films The Collector and The Collection team up again for another wildly effective and ruthlessly nasty trapped-in-the-house thriller, that could almost be the third in the series. As before, director Marcus Dunstan puts his star Josh Stewart through hell as a war vet … Continue reading “”