Trailer for Jill Gevargizian’s new short film 'The Stylist' releases

The Sylist posterBy Seth Metoyer

The trailer for Director Jill Gevargizian’s newest short film The Stylist has officially released.

Check it out below the official details.

From The Press Release
Sixx Tape and The Line Film Co. release the trailer to director Jill Gevargizian’s short film The Stylist starring Najarra Townsend (Contracted) and Jennifer Plas. This horror-drama follows Claire (Townsend), a hairstylist who is desperate for a departure from her disappointing reality – but how far is she willing to go?

The Stylist is set to have its world premiere at Etheria Film Night on June 11 at the Aero Theater in Santa Monica, CA. Gevargizian will be there along with star Townsend, screenwriter Eric Havens, editor John Pata, and more! Etheria is a showcase of the best new horror, science fiction, fantasy, action, and thriller films made by emerging women directors. The Stylist is one of only 9 short films selected to screen at their main event.

Jill "Sixx" Gevargizian is a director and producer from Kansas City, Missouri. Much like the protagonist in her new film, she has been a hairstylist for over 10 years. Her directorial debut, a short entitled Call Girl (2014), starring Laurence Harvey (The Human Centipede II & III) and Tristan Risk (Frankenstein Created Bikers), has screened at film festivals across the globe, and her short Grammy (2015) was distributed by CryptTV. Now, The Stylist is poised to slice through the competition, leaving audiences in a state of shock.

'Puppet Master' reboot to expand on original mythology

Puppet Master: The Littlest ReichBy Seth Metoyer

Ready or not here it comes, a reboot of the beloved Puppet Master franchise is on its way, titled Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich.

I was a bit unsure what to think upon first hearing the news about the upcoming expansion of the string-less killer puppet universe, but some of the names and production companies attached have my interest officially piqued.

Check out the key art and official details below.

From The Press Release
Di Bonaventura Pictures (1408, TRANSFORMERS) and Caliber Media (DARK WAS THE NIGHT, SOME KIND OF HATE) partnered up to option the rights to develop a brand new take on Charles Band’s cult classic horror film franchise PUPPET MASTER. With the intention to produce multiple storylines within this new universe, the producers have set S. Craig Zahler (BONE TOMAHAWK) to write the first script entitled PUPPET MASTER: THE LITTLEST REICH and expand the mythology, and the director’s search is quietly underway.

The film will be produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Mark Vahradian for di Bonaventura Pictures alongside Dallas Sonnier and Jack Heller for Caliber Media. Charles Band will executive produce. Sonnier and Band announced the project together this weekend on stage at the Texas Frightmare Weekend presented by Fangoria.

"We couldn’t be more excited to take the series in a new direction while embracing all the practical effects and terrifying insanity that fans of the PUPPET MASTER films love,” said Heller.

‘HEX’ (2016) by Thomas Olde Heuvelt | Book Review

HEX book CoverReviewed by Jesse Miller

Welcome to Black Springs, a small idyllic town perfect for the summer vacation. Between the lakes, hot springs and mountain hiking, it's perfect for any tourist looking to escape to paradise.

And yet, beneath the surface, the town harbors an ancient curse.

Katherine Van Wyler, an ancient spectre, walks the streets of Black Springs freely. Chained around the body, eyes and mouth sewn shut and reeking of decay, she enters the houses of the people at any given time of day.

For the people of Black Springs, this is every day life. Surveillance is installed throughout the town, monitoring Katherine and the town has it's own app just so the people know where she is at all times.

Everyone knows about the Black Rock witch that cursed the town when being burnt at the stake. Everyone knows that you can't leave the town once you've made it your home because everyone has heard the stories of what happens when you leave. Everyone knows about the legend of what happens if you cut her eyes and mouth open...

But not everyone believes the stories. And something terrible is coming.

HEX is the worldwide debut novel by Dutch writer Thomas Olde Heuvelt and is a spectacular piece of horror fiction that is so cleverly woven that the twists, turns and surprises that lay on the pages constantly delight.

It walks the line of horror, evoking a sense of dread, fear and terror but at the same time, the story and its sequences enchant, feeling like a gothic fairytale - one that calls to mind the works of The Brother's Grimm.

Zack Ward's 'Restoration' set to release

Restoration By Seth Metoyer

Uncork’d Entertainment is set to release the horror/suspense film Restoration in May On Demand, followed by the DVD release in June.

The film is the feature film debut from director Zack Ward and was co-written by Ward and James Cullen Bressack.

The cast of Restoration includes Adrian Gaeta (Dirty), Zack Ward (Resident Evil : Apocalypse), Sarah Ann Schultz (Lies & Illusions) and Anna Harr (Bethany).

Check out the official details below along with a larger version of the key art. This is one I've been eagerly looking forward to watching.

From The Press Release
Experience a haunting May 3 when director Zack Ward’s Restoration premieres On Demand from Uncork’d Entertainment.

Starring Emily O’Brien (Pernicious), and co-written by Ward and James Cullen Bressack (Blood Lake, Pernicious), Restoration spooks up the tale of a couple who, while renovating their house, find a diary hidden in the walls, lost for 30 years. Opening the book releases the ghost of a child that haunts their dreams and waking life, driving them to find the cause of her death and release her soul. This is Zack Ward's directorial Debut. Ward and Bressack produced under their Grit Filmwork's label.

'Betrothed' coming to VOD in July

BetrothedBy Seth Metoyer

Osiris Entertainment has snatched up distribution for BETROTHED and plan a VOD release in July. Check out the official details below as well as the first look trailer.

From The Press Release
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre meets House of 1000 Corpses in a new sweat-inducing new horror jaunt from Jim Lane, director of Deadly Famous starring Mikayla Gibson, Bill Oberst Jr (Criminal Minds, Circus of the Dead), Trae Ireland (13/13/13), Omar Gooding (Barbershop), Reatha Grey (Chocolate City), Joey Bell, David Brown, Elizabeth Castillo, Jamie B.Cline, Adam Dunnells, and Bunny Gibson (Creepshow III).

A trip to the store turns into a surreal nightmare when a college student is kidnapped by a deranged, dysfunctional family. Now Audra West finds herself trapped in the middle of the desert, and betrothed to Adam, the youngest son of the murderous clan. As a determined detective conducts a frantic search, Audra realizes the only way to survive is to escape. But even if she could get away, almost two hundred miles of desert lies between her and help.

Bite (2016) movie review

BiteBy Jonathan Weichsel

Bite is directed by Chad Archibald, written by Jayme Laforest, and produced by Chad Archibald, Cody Calahan, and Christopher Giroux. The film stars Elma Begovic, Annette Wozniak, Denise Yuen, Jordan Gray, Lawrence Denkers, Barry Birnberg, Daniel Klimitz, Tianna Nori, and Caroline Palmer.

At a time when horror has become very experimental, it is refreshing to see a movie like Bite, which doesn't try to be cute, doesn't try to be clever, and doesn't try to be funny, but instead simply tries to be as good a horror film as it can be. While Bite might not be a perfect movie, nobody who calls themselves a horror fan will have any excuse not to enjoy it.

Bite is about a reluctant bride to be, Casey, who gets bitten by a mysterious insect while on a bachelorette getaway in Costa Rica. When she returns home, her bite gets worse and she begins to transform into a monster. In keeping with the tradition of body horror, as Casey's body deteriorates and reconstructs into something hideous, her mind follows. Complicating things further, Casey feels that she has to hide her predicament from her friends, because she has begun to vomit fish eggs, and has become maternally protective over them.

Director Chad Archibald clearly understands horror, and plays with a number of old horror tropes in ways that modernize them. For example, Casey's landlady, who is also the mother of her fiancé, Jared, is the kind of domineering mother that you expect to find in a horror movie. She attempts to control her son's sexuality and is overly critical of Casey, believing her to be little more than a prostitute. And Jared is the kind of handsome but creepily virginal grown man, who is completely devoted to his mother, that you have already seen in countless horror movies.

CLOWN produced by Eli Roth releasing in theaters and On Demand

By Seth Metoyer

The wait is almost over for those who've been waiting for Eili Roth's produced horror/thriller CLOWN. The theatrical and On Demand release of CLOWN will hit theaters on June 17, 2015 and simultaneously On Demand through Starz Digital. Read all the details from the official release below.

From The Press Release:
Dimension Films and Anchor Bay Entertainment are proud to present the theatrical and On Demand release of the Eli Roth (Knock Knock, Hostel franchise) produced horror/thriller CLOWN. Directed by Jon Watts, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Christopher Ford, the film stars Peter Stormare (Fargo), Laura Allen (TV’s “All My Children,” “The 4400”) and Elizabeth Whitmere (The Last Hitman). “CLOWN is a must see bloodbath,” Shaun Huhn,

A unique, frightening and disturbing take on evil clowns, Dimension Films will distribute CLOWN in theaters on June 17, 2016 and simultaneously On Demand through Starz Digital.

CLOWN is a story of a loving father who dons a clown outfit and makeup to perform at his son’s sixth birthday, only to later discover that the costume – red nose and wig included– will not come off and his own personality changes in a horrific fashion. To break the curse of the evil outfit, the father must make grim choices with his own family facing danger.

Additional cast members added to 'SABLE'

Actors Nicole Shipley and Atli Oskar Fjalarsson have been added to the cast of the upcoming thriller film Sable.

Shipley has been in several films (Club Lingerie, Guardians of The Galaxy, Jailbait) and Fjalarsson is an Icelandic actor that was written up in Variety as one of the rising stars from Europe.

When speaking about the actors, Director Michael Matteo Rossi told us "Having known Nicole for a few years now and having worked with her on a past film; I was indeed thrilled to have her come on board. After I cast Nicole, I thought of Atli (who I had met somewhat recently) to play the boyfriend and they had fantastic chemistry together on set and were a joy to work with. The interesting thing about both of them is that they are young stars truly on the rise and really added to the overall quality of the film."

The dark film stars Ayla Kell (Make it or Break it) as the title role, Jon Briddell (11/11/11), Chris Petrovski (Madam Secretary), Rodney Eastman (I Spit on your Grave) and BoJesse Christopher (Point Break) in a twisted story of revenge, redemption and one-upmanship.

'The Curse of Sleeping Beauty' coming to Theaters and VOD

The Curse of Sleeping BeautyBy Seth Metoyer

XLrator Media will be unleashing The Curse of Sleeping Beauty in Theaters on May 13th and on VOD and iTunes on May 17th.

The film is based on a comic book series and is the new, dark vision of the classic Brothers Grimm tale. Co-written and directed by Pearry Teo (The Gene Generation, Necromentia, Witchville). Starring Ethan Peck, Natalie Hall, India Eisley, Bruce Davison.

Check out the trailer and official synopsis below.

"The Curse of Sleeping Beauty" is an entirely new, dark vision of the classic Brothers Grimm adventure. Thomas Kaiser (Ethan Peck) inherits an ancestral mansion that has been in his family for generations -- only to learn that he has also inherited an ancient curse stemming back to the Crusades.

Forced into his new role as "protector" -- the guardian appointed to keep the evil demons in the house at bay -- Thomas must unravel the mystery of the house, while struggling to awaken the beautiful Briar Rose (India Eisley), held captive in a terrifying netherworld seen previously in his dreams.

Arrow Films kills it with their deluxe edition of Bride of Re-Animator

Bride of ReanimatorBy Kevin Scott

Re-Animator is one of those films that has risen above the sum of its parts to become an eclectic and in many ways, untouchable classic. Trying to replicate it would be as much of a fool’s game as anyone could expect it to be. Let’s face it, casting, special effects, and a general visceral, gut wrenching quirkiness made it unforgettable.

That lead in was necessary to transition as smoothly as possible to its sequel Bride of Re-Animator. Much debated as to its worthiness to the original. My feeling has always been that much like the sequel to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, “Re-Animator” become self -aware, and went into the direction of camp by capitalizing on the captivating weirdness of Jeffrey Combs, and some seriously amped up gore by a militia of special effects power players.

The story begins with our anti-heroes, Dr. West (Jeffrey Combs) and Dr. Cain (Bruce Abbott) going the Incredible Hulk route and using their dark powers as medics in a war zone in Peru. Dr. Cain seems to want to atone for all the madness of the Miskatonic University massacre from the first film that happened eight months earlier. Meanwhile, Herbert West just sees the aftermath of re-animated corpses and the power hungry severed head of his professional enemy as mere setbacks to the sheer potential waiting to be unlocked with his ungodly green liquid. After almost being killed during an attack on their medical tent, both men decide to go stateside back to where it all started.

Venus in Furs (1969) review

Reviewed by Kevin Scott,

Venus in Furs (1969)
Written by: Jess Franco, Malvin Wald, Milo G. Cuccia, Carlo Fadda, Bruno Leder.
Directed by Jess Franco
Cast: James Darren (Jimmy Logan), Maria Rohm (Wanda Reed), Klaus Kinski (Ahmed Kortobawi), Margaret Lee (Olga), Barbara McNair (Rita)

This may be the oldest film that I have reviewed thus far for More Horror. I had almost forgotten that in was in my Netflix roster, and through some celluloid serendipity, or more specifically, me forgetting about updating my snail mail DVD queue, Venus in Furs comes in the mail. There are two names attached to this surreal piece of erotic horror. Jess Franco which is quite expected, and then James Darren. What? I only remember him from the Shatner show “T.J. Hooker”, but I think my mom really liked him. She might have even considered him “dreamy”. I looked him up and sure enough, he was in all the “Gidget” films. I’m not going to tell Mom about this film because even by today’s standards it could be called provocative. That’s saying a lot over 40 years later. No sense in shattering my mother’s apple pie image of James Darren now.

At its core, this is a beyond the grave revenge flick with some very elaborate and stylistic wrapping. James Darren plays Jimmy, a trumpet player that drifts with tide to the next gig that could be a whole country away. This nomadic life of artistic pursuits affords him the opportunity to rub shoulders with the wealthy and privileged. One night he’s playing at an upscale cocktail party and is immediately smitten by an attractive woman who comes through the door fashionably light. He instantly feels an attraction, but she is immediately flanked by wealthy playboy Ahmed, played by Klaus Kinski. The first film I ever saw with Klaus Kinski in it was “Crawlspace”. It’s about an uber creepy landlord who spies on his female tenants. He’s always had the strange look of privileged Eurotrash but somehow has the unsettling capability to look angelic with an atypical piercing but empty stare. He was definitely unique and unforgettable in anything I saw him in. This is no exception.

Jessica Cameron to produce, co-direct and act in 'An Ending'

By Seth Metoyer

Next on the chopping block for Jessica Cameron is the project An Ending. Cameron will produce, co-direct (with screenwriter Josh Chiara) and act in the film.

Get all the official details below and check out first poster which is wonderfully illustrated by Maxwell Jacques Leclerc and certainly offers up a lot of feminine empowerment. Oh how I love art.

Keep checking back for more news about this release as they become available.

From the Press Release
Scream Queen Jessica Cameron has just announced that her latest project, An Ending, which she will produce and co-direct with screenwriter Josh Chiara, begins shooting at the end of April.

Jessica Cameron will also star in An Ending as Florence, a woman who wakes up in a nightmare world after being rushed to a hospital for unknown reasons.

An Ending also stars Heather Dorff as Collette, a woman who has been in the nightmare world much longer than Florence, and Ali Ferda as Molly, a woman coming to terms with crushing guilt.

As the three women are stalked through the corridors of the nightmare world by something lurking in the shadows, they are split apart, and each finds herself on her own personal journey.

Josh Chiara previously worked with Jessica Cameron as DP on her film Mania, which just won its tenth film festival award. Heather Dorff acted in Jessica Cameron's debut feature Truth or Dare, and the two star alongside each other on Scream Queen Stream, a weekly variety show that airs online. Ali Ferda stars alongside Jessica Cameron in Desolation, which was shot as part of the Kill the PA road trip and is currently in post production.

'Sorority Row’ (2009) Review

Sorority RowReviewed by Jesse Miller

Based upon the 1983 horror The House on Sorority Row, this remake loosely takes the original’s idea of a prank gone horribly wrong and delivers a new take on the moral dilemma among its cast of colourful characters.

So after a prank to get back at a cheating boyfriend of one of the sorority girls goes wrong and she’s accidentally murdered, the other sisters and the boyfriend all vow to keep her death a secret and label it to the authorities as a disappearance.

Eight months later, something or someone is not too pleased with the secret, as they are killing off the group of girls one by one in rather nasty and effective ways. But which one of them is the killer? And have they lost their mind with guilt?

Sorority Row has a lot of things going for it. It’s got a streak of black humour, the kills are effective and creative and it sketches out its characters enough to explore how they relate to each other and more importantly, how they are dealing with the cover up of one of their fellow sisters.

It chugs along from set piece to set piece quite quickly, wasting no time in bogging the audience down in too much exposition or flabby scenes that can go on too long in some slashers.

Indie horror film PEELERS to have World Premiere, teaser trailer releases

PEELERSBy Seth Metoyer

Indie stripper horror film PEELERS its set to have is World Premiere at Palm Beach International Film Festival in Florida. The film stars Wren Walker, Caz Odin Darko, Madison J. Loos from Director/Producer Sevé Schelenz.

Check out the teaser trailer below the official details.

From The Press Release:

Independent Horror Feature Film PEELERS set to have WORLD PREMIERE at Palm Beach International Film Festival, Florida (April 6th – 14th). The makers of the Independent Cult Horror Feature SKEW (2011) step it up a bloody notch as they begin their festival run with their follow-up horror flick PEELERS.

PEELERS - What starts out as the last hurrah on the closing night of an infamous smalltown strip club, quickly turns into a night of bloodshed when a crew of coal miners shows up and with them a deadly contaminant. Former baseball player and current club owner, Blue Jean Douglas has decided to hand over her bar to a new owner and leave town for good. But Blue Jean’s plans are thwarted when she discovers the magnitude of the epidemic that has been unleashed. With victims piling up, Blue Jean must step up to the plate to protect her family, her friends, and her bar before it's too late and she loses everything she holds dear.

PEELERS destroys the cliché stripper horror sub-genre by giving us a story packed with exciting twists, baseball, strippers of unusual talents and a strong female lead. What’s being described as “Rodriguez meets Tarantino” and “Not just a great indie film, but destined to be one of the funnest films of 2016”, has Director/Producer Sevé Schelenz pretty stoked about giving genre fans a whole new ball game of horror.

Bloody Stumpf’s Choice Cuts: 5 Scariest Smartphone Horror Shorts

By Bryan Stumpf

As the federal court case between the FBI and Apple rages on, with Apple refusing to help the FBI unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters, people across the nation are debating public versus private rights to smartphone de-encryption.

While some claim Apple is siding with the terrorists, a recent John Oliver segment (LINK: goes in detail describing the horrifying consequences of Apple creating a skeleton key to unlock anyone’s smartphone.

With smartphones being such an integral part of our lives, and as we download so much of our personal and private information into these handheld devices, it should be no surprise that in the past few years, we’ve seen more and more films from a new sub-genre in horror: Smartphone Horror. Below are the best and most terrifying examples of Smartphone Horror. All are available through YouTube.


Many of you have probably seen the on-line horror short, Lights Out, by writer-director David Sandberg, about a woman alone in her home (Sandberg's wife, Lotta Losten), trying to evade a creature who appears only when the lights are turned off. The short went viral last year, has spawned parodies, and is currently being made into a feature film.

But that same year, Sandberg made another horror short, Cam Closer, shot in the same apartment as Lights Out, and also starring Losten. In the short, Losten plays a woman who discovers she can see dead people through the camera screen of her smartphone. Cam Closer hasn’t garnered nearly the same view count as Lights Out, but many will find this Smartphone Horror just as terrifying.


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