'12 Deadly Days' to debut on YouTube Red in partnership with Blumhouse

12 Deadly DaysBy Seth Metoyer,
MoreHorror.com

More holiday horror for you who can't get enough. Nothing says the holidays like felons turned into reindeer while on the run and killer carolers on the loose. From the masters of horror at Blumhouse, a holiday anthology series like you’ve never seen before. It’s going to be a ho-ho-horrific time on YouTube Red this season.

12 Deadly Days, a holiday-themed horror-comedy series, will debut exclusively on YouTube Red in partnership with Blumhouse Television on 12/12/16. The series features 12 twisted tales, starring top YouTube creators and some of horror’s most seasoned actors.

Check out the official trailer below the press release.

From The Press Release
YouTube and Emmy Award-winning Blumhouse Television today announced that they have partnered on a new half hour horror-comedy series called “12 Deadly Days.” Over the course of a dozen interconnected tales, the residents of Saturn, CA find themselves terrorized by everything from killer carolers and lovelorn vampires to cursed fruitcakes and haunted Christmas trees. The series will debut exclusively on YouTube Red on December 12, 2016.

Blumhouse Television is serving as the studio on the series created by executive producers Chris Cullari and Jennifer Raite (as part of their first look deal with Blumhouse) and produced by Dakota Pictures which is set in the cursed town of Saturn during the twelve days leading up to Christmas. Troy Miller of Dakota, Josh Miller and Pat Casey also executive produced the series. Episodes in “12 Deadly Days” were directed by renowned genre talent like Joe Lynch, Joe Menendez, Eduardo Sanchez and Gregg Hale, and John Hyams as well as Miller. A huge cast of talented and well-known actors, such as Betty Gabriel (The Purge: Election Year), Kaitlin Doubleday (“Empire”), Dohn Norwood (“Hell on Wheels”), and Tom Lenk (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”), are featured in “12 Deadly Days” along with top YouTube creators including Anna Akana, Burnie Burns, Timothy DeLaGhetto, Brittany Furlan, Tre Melvin, Mikey Murphy, Eric Ochoa, Nikki Limo, Troy Pindell, Meghan Rienks, Jake Roper and Alexis Zall.

Official poster for dark coming of age thriller 'RAW' releases

RAWBy Seth Metoyer,
MoreHorror.com

Really looking forward to this upcoming thriller from Focus World and first-time director Julia Ducournau - named one of Variety’s ‘10 Directors to Watch for 2017’ - comes RAW.

The dark coming-of-age tale captivated audiences at Cannes, TIFF, London Film Festival, and Fantastic Fest earlier this year, and will continue wowing audiences when it screens at Sundance on January 22nd, before debuting in theaters on March 10th.

Check out the FIRST OFFICIAL POSTER here and download below.

RAW, starring newcomers Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf, and Rabah Nait Oufella, hits select theaters March 10, 2017 and expands worldwide this Spring.

Keep on the lookout for the official trailer later this month.

SYNOPSIS:
Everyone in Justine’s family is a vet. And a vegetarian. At sixteen she’s a brilliant student starting out at veterinary school where she experiences a decadent, merciless and dangerously seductive world. Desperate to fit in, she strays from her family principles and eats RAW meat for the first time. Justine will soon face the terrible and unexpected consequences as her true self begins to emerge.

Book Review: 'The Fireman' by Joe Hill

The FiremanReviewed by Jesse Miller,
MoreHorror.com

The best thing about approaching any Joe Hill novel is that you're never quite sure what you're in for.

Where Heart Shaped Box was about the possessive power of music, N0S4A2 was about motherhood, Christmas time and - oh yeah - creatures not unlike vampires.

When The Fireman arrived on my doorstep, it's cover artwork and titles in a blaze of orange, I imagined that the story here would be more than what it says on its blurb about a disease called Dragonscale that has wiped out most of the world with its symptoms that result in people setting alight.

Harper Willowes is our thirty something protagonist and shortly after the novel begins, she finds herself pregnant in a world gone to hell. As if things couldn't get worse for Harper, she discovers she is infected with the 'scale. And so begins her quest to understand the virus and more importantly, live long enough to deliver her child.

Joe Hill writes his cast of characters in a way that makes them fully fleshed out. Read the book long enough and they become characters in your head, renting space. Harper is a strong lead and she’s populated by other strong characters around her, some you will love, other’s you will love to hate.

There's some haunting stuff here in the pages of THE FIREMAN and what better way to study humanity than throw them through hell, fear and danger: times in which we really get to know these characters.

'ABATTOIR' to release via Momentum Pictures

Director Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II, Saw III, Saw IV) is ready to unleash the Abbatoir.

The horror film starring Jessica Lowndes, Joe Anderson, Lin Shaye, Dayton Callie will hit theaters, VOD and digital on December 9, 2016.

SYNOPSIS: An investigative reporter works to solve the mystery behind a mysterious man who has been buying houses where tragedies have occurred. Set in a world where it always feels like night, even in daylight hours, real estate reporter Julia Talben’s life is turned upside down when her family is brutally murdered.

It is believed to be an open and close case, but Julia quickly realizes there is much more to this story when she returns to the crime scene to find the murder room deconstructed and physically removed from her sister’s home. This ignites an investigative pursuit that eventually leads her and ex-lover Detective Declan Grady to the town of New English where they find the enigmatic Jebediah Crone and the Abattoir - a monstrous house stitched together with unending rooms of death and the damned.

Julia comes to realize that her sister’s soul is trapped inside, but the Abattoir isn’t just a house - it’s a door to something more evil than anyone could have ever imagined. Julia and Grady are ultimately faced with the question: How do you build a haunted house? One room at a time.

Inside the mind of indie horror film fan and promoter Steven Chang

Steven Chang and Chanel RyanInterviewed by Jonathan Weichsel

Over the last few years Steven Chang has emerged as one of the most active members of the indie horror community. There is no question that Mr. Chang is deeply passionate about the various artists that he promotes through his Facebook "spotlights," as well as his various Facebook pages. I also like to believe that the artists Chang supports appreciate his boundless enthusiasm for them and their work. I got the chance recently to interview Chang via Facebook's messenger app. You can read our discussion below.

Jonathan Weichsel: How would you describe your role within the indie horror industry? Are you a promoter? Networker? What is your title?

Steven Chang: I am mainly a promoter who does networking when events are available. Such as horror cons or film festivals.

Jonathan Weichsel: Cool! So, how did you first get into indie horror?

Steven Chang: It was with Brandon Slagle's film The Black Dahlia Haunting, I believe. Not 100% sure on that.

Jonathan Weichsel: What was it about that film that inspired you to get into indie horror?

Steven Chang: I'm not entirely sure. It was possibly the fact that it had some unknowns. At least Jessica Cameron and several others were unknowns to me. Like, they can come together to create their own film. Before seeing this film, I thought all films had to hit theaters. All the really great films at least.

Jonathan Weichsel: So from there you started researching more films and filmmakers?

Steven Chang: Actually getting interested in more indie films. Checking them out. After all, there aren't many mainstream horror films that have been done good. After the James Wan films like SAW and Insidious, haven't seen a good mainstream horror film I enjoyed.

Horror shocker 'Purgatory Road' begins production

By Dawna Lee Heising,
More Horror In Hollywood

Delirium, the production company whose maiden outing was the 2016 Bill Oberst Jr.-Armand Assante hit thriller STRESSED TO KILL, has just announced it will go into production on PURGATORY ROAD in November 2016 for delivery mid-2017.

Directed by Mark Savage, scripted by Savage and Tom Parnell, and produced by Chris Smernes, the team behind STRESSED TO KILL, the film has been described as hardcore horror with a bloody helping of twisted “faith”. Set in the American South, it depicts the adventures of two brothers, –– one a psychotic, ex-communicated priest (Gary Cairns; DAYLIGHT’S END, JUSTIFIED, MONUMENTAL), the other an increasingly troubled sidekick (Luke Albright; DEVIL’S PASS, 12 ROUNDS, BURN NOTICE) –– whose unconventional mission involves a traveling confessional and a distorted view of salvation. Entering their perfectly bloody world is a mysterious woman (Trista Robinson; THE HUMAN RACE, SILENT RETREAT, MALIGNANT) whom, while offering potential assistance, also offers grave temptation that threatens to tear the brothers’ world apart.

“Tom and I hatched the idea behind Purgatory Road on a road trip through Southern California,” said Savage. “We wanted to play with a concept that involved a character whose belief system was so strong, it blinded him to the destruction he was causing to everybody around him.”

The official synopsis reads: “When a traveling priest –– who dispense salvation to sinners with knives, guns and Rosary beads –– is seduced by a sensuous psycho, his carefully calibrated crusade of murder and absolution is turned upside down.”

After reading the script, Gary Cairns (coming off the hit DAYLIGHT’S END) immediately jumped on board as the film’s pivotal priest figure, and is expected to deliver a lacerating performance alongside Luke Albright, who worked with Cairns on the recent MONUMENTAL. Trista Robinson, who plays the film’s seriously unhinged female, snagged the role after the producers auditioned several dozen actresses over a two to three month period.

MoreHorror on The Scene: Brooklyn Horror Film Festival (2016)

By Colleen Wanglund,
MoreHorror.com

The weekend of October 14th to 16th marked the inaugural year of the (annual) Brooklyn Horror Film Festival. The festival hosted various events around the Williamsburg neighborhood of New York City’s largest borough, including an art show, a reading by author Grady Hendrix, and film screenings. The festival was so successful that eighteen of twenty-two events were completely sold out.

One film that had its world premiere at BHFF was Child Eater (2016), a joint Icelandic/USA production. The film takes an urban legend and brings it frighteningly to life. Directed by Erlingur Ottar Thoroddsen, the film follows Helen (Cait Bliss) while she babysits Lucas. Lucas and his dad are new to the area but know the history of the house. It once belonged to a local farmer who kidnapped, tortured, and then killed children, eating their eyes in the belief that it would save his own vision. Strange things happen in the house and Lucas (Colin Critchley) goes missing. The police are called but they are no match for the boogey man who appears to have returned and it is up to Helen to find Lucas before he becomes the child eater’s next victim.

Originally a short film, Thoroddsen expanded on his original story, and he’s done a very good job. The story is formulaic but Thoroddsen manages to make it interesting by employing a dark atmosphere and a rather disturbing story. The character Ginger (Melinda Chilton) is the only survivor of the child eater’s original rampage and her mental status is seriously in question. She is almost as scary as the boogey man due to whatever psychological damage she suffers from. There are some good shock-scares and gory shots but Thoroddsen effectively builds tension with the quieter moments of the film. Again, this is a disturbing story because the victim is a child and Critchley’s performance of Lucas is excellent. His fear is palpable, whether he is with Ginger during her misguided attempt to save him, or when he is in the clutches of the child eater. Bliss’s performance as Helen is equally convincing. Child Eater is a very good horror film and if you get the opportunity, see it.

Horror film 'Abattoir' acquired by Momentum Pictures


by Seth Metoyer,
MoreHorror.com

Get ready for Abattoir, which was recently acquired by Momentum Pictures.

The film is directed by Darren Lynn Bousman, which makes it a must see for most horror fans. I'm also a huge Jessica Lowndes fan, so I'm all in on this one. Check out the official details below.

From The Press Release
Momentum Pictures announced today that it has acquired North American rights to the horror film “Abattoir,” which is set to release in theaters, VOD and Digital HD on Dec. 9, 2016. Written by Christopher Monfette (12 Monkeys) and directed by Darren Lynn Bousman (The Saw Series), the film stars Jessica Lowndes (The Prince), Joe Anderson (Hercules), Lin Shaye (Insidious Series) and Dayton Callie (Sons of Anarchy). Momentum Pictures’ Senior Vice President of Content Ian Goggins made the announcement today.

“We’re fans of Darren Bousman’s body of work in the horror genre so we couldn’t be more thrilled to work with him on ‘Abattoir,’” said Goggins. “The film has unique twists and turns that will leave audiences at the edge of their seats.”

"Abattoir has been a labor of love for all of us involved,” said Bousman. “It is an honor to partner with a distribution team who not only understands the genre, but are actual fans of it."

Based on the Radical Publishing 6-issue comic book mini-series created by Bousman, “Abattoir” world-premiered at this year’s Los Angeles Film Festival in the Nightfall section and has screened in a dozen festivals this summer, winning Best in Festival at the Hot Springs Horror Festival.

MoreHorror In Hollywood dives into the 'Lake of Shadows'

By MoreHorror In Hollywood,

Lake of Shadows: The Legend of Avocado Lake follows a group of young aspiring film makers as they set out to uncover the truth about a local urban legend at a mysterious lake resort. Lake of Shadows will combine the sub genre of found footage and traditional horror as the team seeks out a legend of a large man eating fish that lives in the lake. This documentary horror film combines urban legend with fact and incorporates the sub genre of found footage.

Avocado Lake is located in Fresno County, the heart of the Central Valley in California. The lake is known for an unusual high number of unexplained drowning deaths. Stories have been told over the years surrounding these deaths and what lurks below. Many local residents believe the lake is haunted.

There is a story that Avocado Lake was originally a gravel/sand pit and was actively mined for decades. As the legend goes, the mining company dug so deep that they actually dug past the underground water table. Supposedly water started filling the open gravel pit mine at such a rate that the workers had to abandon all the equipment in the deep pit. As the legend goes the equipment is still down there at the bottom. But what else lies below? Dark waters, hold dark secrets. One particular story of large cat fish occupying the murky waters has inspired this project.

MoreHorror on The Scene at L.A. Screening of Rob Zombie's '31'

Jonathan Weichsel of MoreHorror.com was on the scene with actress Jessica Cameron for the L.A. Premiere of 31 on Thursday, October 20.

Below you'll find a review of the film and some photos of the cast, director Rob Zombie and actress Sheri Moon Zombie. Photos taken by Jonathan Weichsel and Jessica Cameron.

'31' Movie Review
by Jonathan Weichsel

31 is written and directed by Rob Zombie. The film stars Sheri Moon Zombie, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Meg Foster, Kevin Jackson, Malcolm McDowell, Jane Carr, Judy Geeson, Richard Brake, Pancho Moler, David Ury, Lew Temple, Torsten Voges, Elizabeth Daily and Michael "Red Bone" Alcott.

Rob Zombie is one of the most divisive directors of the twenty-first century. Either you love his movies, or you hate them, and the qualities that his fans love about his films, the stylized grittiness, the edgy, eccentric personality of the director which shines through all of his work, are the exact same qualities that his detractors despise. In 31, which is the work of an auteur at the top of his game, Rob Zombie has, by following his natural instincts, created a film which is his most Zombieesque in years, and ironically, also has the potential to grow the director's audience and maybe, finally, break him through to the mainstream.

31, which is Rob Zombie's best film since The Devil's Rejects, continues to advance two of the themes which have dominated much of his work, hillbilly-horror and circus-horror. By crafting his film around a fairly standard, fairly Hollywood plot, as opposed to a gonzo, schizophrenic plot, Zombie is able to focus on these themes to a degree that we haven't previously seen in his work, while creating a movie that may be more accessible to non-Zombie fans than some of his previous films.

Review: Arrow Video Releases the Classic Vampire Flick 'Vamp'

VAMPReviewed by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

Vamp (1986)
Written by: Richard Wenk, Donald P. Borchers
Directed by: Richard Wenk
Cast: Chris Makepeace (Keith), Robert Rusler (A.J.), Dedee Pfeiffer (Allison), Sandy Baron (Vic), Gedde Watanabe (Duncan), Billy Drago (Snow), Grace Jones (Katrina).

Sometimes some pretty influential stuff by some pretty talented filmmakers has to season into its own. After being around long enough to see something make its debut, fall into obscurity for a couple of decades, be lovingly put on life support by loyal fans, and then rise like a phoenix to the accolades it deserved all along, I’ve got some perspective. That perspective is more than affirmed with “Vamp”. This 1986 horror comedy was well ahead of its time, and was influential in more ways than one.
Vamp had the pedigree of being a New World Picture. That may or may not seem obscure, but Cannon and New World ruled the vast realm of 80’s VHS. Their films filled a gap that we didn’t know we had. The rosters included action, horror, comedy, and the occasional art house film that was seldom ever taken seriously no matter how good it was because of uptight studio snobbery for the most part. Time is the great equalizer and now that Vamp is coming back to attend its 30 year reunion. The former wallflower is now the prom queen. Thanks in part to a stunning Arrow Films makeover.

It really has never looked better, and watching it now after understanding the era it was made in, and what came after, Vamp is a pretty important film in horror. It was part of a trifecta of vampire comedies from 1985 and 1986 that included it, “Fright Night”, and “Once Bitten”. There had been some experimental stuff with horror comedies in the 60’s and the 70’s, but these three sealed the deal. It also created the horror trope of the strip club of death. Now our horror sensibilities tell us that when they there is sex in the champagne room, there’s either vampires, werewolves, or eastern European girls on the other side of the door that will separate you from your appendages and/or bodily fluids.

'The Boxcutter Trilogy' discs ready to slice into homes


THE BOXCUTTER TRILOGY discs from Fatal Pictures are in, and they look great.

Fatal Pictures is getting ready to ship copies out to their Kickstarter supporters, so if you are one, be on the look out.

The set includes three short films from Fatal Pictures: WORM, FAMILIAR and HEIR and they have both DVD and BLU-RAY editions.

The first batch will go to the backers, and after that they hope to make them available through some means to whoever is else is interested in purchasing a copy.

Official trailer for 'VENGEANCE' has released


By MoreHorror In Hollywood

The first official trailer for the upcoming dark superhero drama TV show VENGEANCE has released.

Check out the goodness below the synopsis and keep checking back for more details about the show as they develop.

Synopsis
Vengeance is the upcoming superhero crime drama series starring Tyrone Magnus as Derrick Chambers; a blue collar worker who gets wound up in the underground crime trafficking world. When he botches a job, the organization comes after him to kill him; the only problem is: they didn't bury him deep enough!

Tyrone Magnus is an actor and content creator on Youtube. His claim to fame is the viral reaction videos he posts on his channel. Series created and directed by Michael Matteo Rossi.

DON'T BREATHE coming to VOD, Blu-ray and DVD

by Seth Metoyer,
MoreHorror.com

The critically acclaimed box office hit DON'T BREATHE debuts on Digital November 8 and on Blu-ray & DVD November 29.

Bonus materials include eight deleted scenes with Director’s commentary and more.

Check out the official details below.

From The Press Release
From director Fede Alvarez and the twisted minds behind Evil Dead comes the terrifying, critically acclaimed film, DON’T BREATHE, debuting on digital November 8 and Blu-ray™ and DVD November 29 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Hailed as “the best American horror film in twenty years” (Jim Hemphill, FILMMAKER MAGAZINE) and Certified Fresh (87%) on Rotten Tomatoes, the film debuted at #1 at the box office and remained in the top spot for two weekends in a row. Starring Jane Levy (Evil Dead), Dylan Minnette (Goosebumps), Daniel Zovatto (It Follows) and Stephen Lang (Avatar), the film follows a group of thieves who break into a blind man’s home thinking they’ll get away with the perfect crime. When the blind man reveals a dark side, the trio quickly discovers they were dead wrong.

The Blu-ray, DVD and digital releases come loaded with bonus content that takes viewers behind-the-scenes of the filmmaking experience alongside the cast and crew. Director Fede Alvarez takes fans through five featurettes, including “No Escape,” “Creating the Creepy House,” “Meet the Cast,” “Man in the Dark” and “The Sounds of Horror.” In addition, the releases include eight deleted scenes with optional Director’s Commentary and full feature commentary with Director Fede Alvarez, Co-Writer Rodo Sayagues and Actor Stephen Lang.

First poster for 'The 6th Friend' unleashed

by Seth Metoyer,
MoreHorror.com

The first poster for the upcoming paranormal horror slasher The 6th Friend has released, and it's tight!

The 6th Friend is from director Letia Clouston and was written by Letia Clouston and Jamie Bernadette. Bernadette also produced and stars in the film along with producer and actress Chantelle Albers.

You can check out a larger version of the poster below the details as well as the film's official trailer.

Synopsis
In this slasher film with a paranormal twist, six college best friends throw their own private graduation party when the stoner of the group orders in a psychedelic from her drug dealer, who sticks around to join in their fun. Drugged and disoriented, the girls’ special night quickly becomes a dark, foggy nightmare of blood and violence. Five years later, the girls gather together once again in hopes of rekindling that close friendship that they once had, only to find themselves being hunted by who, or what, they do not know.


About 'The 6th Friend'
Director: Letia Clouston
Writers: Letia Clouston and Jamie Bernadette
Executive Producer: Lyle Albers
Producers: Jamie Bernadette and Chantelle Albers

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