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Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Photos and New Poster Art from 'Dinner with the Dwyers'

Seth Metoyer

Some exclusive behind the scenes photos, new poster and details about the upcoming horror-comedy short Dinner With the Dwyers have released.

Check them out below the official details.

From The Press Release
An Anti-Hero Production brings you the official poster art and family photos from the first shoot date of Dinner with the Dwyers.

A short horror-comedy film brought to you by the executive producer and director Edward Payson, whose directing credits include The Cohasset Snuff Film, and writer Trevor Wright, who’s known for Sculpture. Dinner with the Dwyers tells the story about a serial killer who finds himself out of his element when he accompanies his girlfriend to a family dinner in hopes of impressing her eccentric parents.

Producer and star Marv Blauvelt, who is also known for Sculpture and Snake with a Human Tail, created a happy little family by bringing Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp) and Tiffani Brooke Fest (Circus of the Dead) onto the film. The film also stars a few indie horror favorites - Maria Olsen (Starry Eyes), Michelle Tomlinson, Brad Potts, Kevin Caliber, Jared Michael Degado and Del Howison. Mo Whelan is a co-producer.

Currently being filmed throughout the Los Angeles area, Dinner with the Dwyers is expected to be completed in early 2016.

XLrator Media acquires U.S. distribution rights to Pearry Teo's fantasy thriller 'The Curse of Sleeping Beauty'

By Seth Metoyer

I've been stoked about Pearry Teo's The Curse of Sleeping Beauty since I first heard about it.

Now, XLrator Media has acquired U.S. distribution rights for the film from from Bleiberg Entertainment.

The movie is set for release in 2016 and the companies will also partner on episodic series based on the film. Read all the official details below.

From The Press Release
XLrator Media (Jimi: All Is By My Side, The Machine) has acquired U.S. distribution rights to the fantasy thriller THE CURSE OF SLEEPING BEAUTY from Bleiberg Entertainment for release in 2016. The two companies will develop and co-produce an episodic series based on the film and acclaimed artist Everette Hartsoe ("Razor") has created a graphic novel to tie in with the release of the film.

Bleiberg Entertainment and Red Granite International subsidiary Blue Box International are representing the international sales rights at the American Film Market.

THE CURSE OF SLEEPING BEAUTY stars Ethan Peck (Eden), the grandson of Gregory Peck, India Eisley (Underworld: Awakening, “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”), Natalie Hall (“True Blood”) and Academy Award®-nominee Bruce Davison (X-Men). The film was produced by Ehud Bleiberg (The Iceman) and Pearry Teo (Cloud Atlas). Teo directed from a screenplay he wrote with Josh Nadler, inspired by characters from the Brothers Grimm tale.

'All Through the House' movie review

Reviewed by Jonathan Weichsel

All Through the House is written and directed by Todd Nunes. The film stars Ashley Nunes, Jessica Cameron, Melynda Kiring, Natalie Montera, Lito Velasco, Jason Ray Schumacher, and Johanna Rae

'JEZEBETH 2 Hour of the Gun' Wins Best Soundtrack at RIP Horror Film Festival

JEZEBETH 2 Hour of the Gun WINS scored a win for Best Soundtrack at the 2015 RIP Horror Film Festival in Hollywood. Check out the full details below along with some photos and video interviews from the event.

From The Press Release
SGL Entertainment is pleased to announce that Jezebeth 2 Hour of the Gun directed by Damien Dante and Starring Ana Santos, Ruby Gonzalez and Frank Warpeha WINS for best feature film soundtrack at its World Premiere in Hollywood California at the RIP Horror Film Festival held October 30, 2015. Los Angeles Film Composers Ian Le Cheminant, along with Award Winning Film Composer Chris Thomas (CSI & LOST), worked together to deliver an Amazing Film Score. And, The "Jezebeth 2 Hour of the Gun" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack includes music from Dark Star Records Artists: Grigori 3, Jenny Franck, Conquest, Sacred Dawn, Blackfinger, Slam Bang, Two Ton Anvil, True Witness, Low Twelve, DD Rand and Contest Winners Double Eyelid.

Jezebeth 2 Hour of the Gun was written, directed and produced by Damien Dante, and co-produced by Jeffrey A. Swanson with Cinematography by Jeffrey A. Swanson. And a Special Thanks to Dawna Lee Heising, John Cox and the RIP Horror Film Festival Promoter L. J. Rivera.

Jezebeth 2 Hour of the Gun, will be released worldwide on all media including Blu-ray, DVD, Comcast Cable and VOD in early 2016 via SGL Entertainment, Indie Rights Movies, MVD Visual, a division of MVD Entertainment Group and through all of our film distribution partners.

'Orgy of the Damned' to open in the U.S. on Halloween 2015

Orgy of The

Orgy of the Damned, directed by Creep Creepersin, is a fun and romantic, yet dark and erotic take on vampires with a unique visual style that pays homage to the classic European exploitation films.

Check out the interview by Dawna Lee Heising with actor Domiziano Arcangeli, who plays a 300 year old vampire in the film, below the official details.

From The Press Release:
Orgy of The Damned is beautiful to look at and enjoyable to watch, this new movie is sure to make a name for itself and quickly become a cult classic. It has many key motives that make it a compelling choice for every cult movie lover. From its dark and brooding tale of vampires to its usage of today’s Hollywood club scene, the film uniquely portrays a quite unusual and incestuous family of vamps and how they spend their time. They are existentially bored, addicted to drugs and incapable of giving sense to their lives… unless their thirst for more intense threads of life and emotional turmoil are once again quenched.

Underneath its veil of pleasure and betrayal, Orgy of the Damned centers around Fosco (Domiziano Arcangeli), a 300 year old vampire who lives in a beautiful mansion with his wife Sabina (Lorielle New), and their son Dimitri (Chandler Maness). Their lives are a non-stop lust orgy where anything goes and always does. That is, until Fauna (Naama Kates) and her boyfriend Micah (Vincent Hoss-Desmarais) show up and turn the ecstasy-driven clan into murderous back-stabbers, hell-bent on revenge and power. The film also stars Randal Malone, Elissa Dowling, Phoebe Dollar, Jeff Dylan Graham, Devanny Pinn, Tiffany Cache and Elina Madison, and is directed by Creep Creepersin.

The executive producer, writer and leading man of Orgy of the Damned, cult star Domiziano Arcangeli, wanted the film to be not only a suspenseful, gory and erotic vampire movie, but also a more profound attempt at analyzing a certain society of decadence, portraying rebels without a cause in a world of dangerous liaisons gone terribly awry, while also featuring more unique film styles from that sublime top notch school of retro avant-garde. Orgy of the Damned is tentatively set to open in the U.S. on Halloween 2015.

Around The World In Eighty Films

By Tom Wood

While Halloween was fast approaching, I was getting incredibly restless with which Horror film or rather films I’d spend the day watching. I mean, do I play safe and watch something like ‘Shaun of the Dead’ or even ‘Alien’ that I must admit, I both love and have seen a million, trillion times each. Or shall I search for a movie that I haven’t seen before. It’s a completely daft question to get myself worked up over; but if you’re such a film buff and Horror fanatic as I am, you should easily understand.

That’s when a little challenge was thrown my way. Why not travel around the world – not in a physical sense, but in the comfort of my home – and find a Horror film I haven’t seen from as many countries as possible. It’s easy enough to do, with Netflix and other ways to stream films at a click of a mouse, I could watch films till my heart’s content. Also, I could write reviews, keep people updated in blog format and I will be able to help others similar to me who are finding difficulty with knowing what Horror films to be scared over.

I loved the idea and jumped on to it at once. Being from the UK, I chose to start with a British film and work my way through Europe. So I hope you enjoy my first review in the challenge – Cockneys Vs Zombies.

Cockneys Vs Zombies

From the title, ‘Cockneys Vs Zombies’ is pretty much self-explanatory as to what the film contains. It is a 2012 British zombie comedy film directed by Matthias Hoene and written by James Moran and also Lucas Roche. The plot centres on a group of Cockneys who attempt to rescue their grandfather and other residents from a retirement home as a zombie apocalypse invades the East End of London.

'Mania' to have West Coast Premiere Halloween Night at RIP Horror Film Festival

Director Jessica Cameron's Mania continues its strong festival run with a west coast premiere on October 31st at the RIP Horror Film Festival in Hollywood.

Find some new stills (NSFW) below the official details along with links to the trailer and ticket information.

From The Press Release
Mania tells the story of two lesbian lovers who are forced to flee their hometown after a brutal murder changes their lives. The film was shot as part of the project Kill the PA, in which Jessica Cameron and nine other filmmakers traveled across the country in an RV shooting two narrative features and a documentary along the way.

Unashamedly sexy, uninhibited, and unreserved, Mania explores the dark side of lesbian love as the relationship between its two protagonists spirals into a pit of romantic obsession and codependency. Fresh off its win for best horror feature at The Arizona Underground Film Festival, Mania has created both controversy and buzz due to its nudity and its realistic depiction of lesbian sex.

Mania screens at 7:00 at the Los Feliz Theater - 1822 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, California 90027. If you plan on being in Hollywood on Halloween night, then this is the only place you should be.

Mania is produced by Mem Ferda, who also produced Jessica Cameron's award winning Truth or Dare.

Screamfest Short Films of Note; 2015 Festival award winners announced

By Jonathan Weichsel

A Tricky Treat is directed by Patricia Chica and written by Kamal John Iskander. Die! Sitter! Die! : Rupert is written and directed by Lee Boxleitner and Sam Boxleitner. Harmful Sensations is written and directed by Jenson Rule Tierra. Meridians is directed by Blake Rice and written by Mark E. Davidson. Yummy Meat: A Halloween Carol is directed by John Fitzpatrick and written by Sean J. Decker.

I have already covered two great short films that played at Screamfest 2015, Night of the Slasher and Mirrored. Those two shorts got separate articles because they were paired with feature films with which they shared common themes, and it made sense to review them together with the features that they preceded. There were a number of outstanding shorts however that played in short blocks, or were paired with features that they didn't seem to share much in common with, and those are the ones I am going to cover here.

A Tricky Treat is a horror-comedy short filled with effective gore that will make the audience go, "Ewwww," and a laugh-out-loud twist ending. It is also a perfect example of why it can be so difficult to review a short. Clocking in at a few seconds over three minutes, and relying as it does on the element of surprise, there is very little that can be said about A Tricky Treat without ruining it for somebody who hasn't seen it yet. And make no mistake, it would be a crime against cinema to spoil A Tricky Treat. So go check out this clever, funny, intelligent, and dare I say thought-provoking little film. You can watch the trailer here:

Die! Sitter! Die!: Rupert is a twenty-five minute short that is going to be a part of a horror anthology about babysitters. The film starts out normal enough, but quickly gets super-weird. A woman is hired to take care of an infant for the night, but when she arrives at the house, things quickly get weirder than you could possibly imagine. Rupert is a hilarious short, and has some amazing gross-out scenes involving poop. You can watch the trailer here:

'Patchwork' and 'Mirrored' screen at Screamfest

Patchwork Poster smallBy Jonathan Weichsel

Patchwork is directed by Tyler MacIntyre. The film stars Tory Stolper, Tracey Fairaway, Maria Blasucci, with Corey Sorenson and James Phelps.

Mirrored is directed by Ryan Shovey and written and produced by Nicole Bird. The film stars Aaron Jay Rome, David Colan, and Bryan Mordechai Jackson

There are a lot of people within the horror community right now who grew up watching absolutely gonzo insane horror films like Re-animator, Evil Dead 2, and Frankenhooker, which actually came out in 1990 but whatever. These are wild, anarchic films that at the time formed a subversive little bubble trapped within the soup of 1980's normality. Now, decades later, as we find ourselves in a culture that has become homogenized in a way that we haven't seen since the 1980's, there is a lot of nostalgia for these kinds of films.

This nostalgia has led to a wave of 1980's throwback films, most of which get it completely wrong. You see, most 1980's throwback films are really very conventional movies that try to capture the look and feel of the 1980's in terms of dress and the way people behaved, while ignoring the spirit in which 1980's horror films were made. Nobody wants to see this. What people want to see are films that are modern and contemporary, but capture the freewheeling spirit of 1980's horror. On Saturday October 17th, Screamfest held a screening of two films, the feature Patchwork and the short Mirrored, which did just that.

Patchwork is about three very different women, a serious career woman, a party-girl, and a quiet psycho-type, who are murdered, and then cut up and put back together Frankenstein-style. The three women wake up on the operating table in a single patchwork body, escape from the laboratory where they were assembled, and now must learn to work together in order to solve the mystery of how they came to be. I realize that the plot synopsis I just wrote doesn't make a whole lot of sense, but that's kind of the point.

'Feast' Ten Year Anniversary Screening at Screamfest

FEAST Poster SmallBy Jonathan Weichsel

Feast is directed by John Gulager, written by Marcus Dunstan & Patrick Melton, executive produced by Wes Craven, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Chris Moore, produced by Joel Soisson, Mike Leahy, and stars Balthazar Getty, Krista Allen, Jenny Wade, Clu Gulager, Navi Rawat, Diane Goldner, Judah Friedlander, Josh Zuckerman, Henry Rollins, Jason Mewes, Eileen Ryan, Eric Dane, and Anthony "Treach" Criss.

The screening was followed by a discussion led by Sean Decker with John Gulager, Diane Gulager, Clu Gulager, Marcus Dunstan, Patrick Melton, Chris Moore, Jenny Wade, Krista Allen, Nick Phillips, Duane Whitaker, Gary Tunnicliffe, Judah Friedlander and many more.

Ten years ago The Screamfest Horror Film Festival held the world premiere of Feast, a quirky, off-beat horror film and although the movie has gone on to become a cult classic, it never really got the recognition it deserved.

On Friday October 16th Screamfest held a ten year anniversary screening of the film, and after ten years, Feast holds up very well -- sort of like visiting your favorite Halloween Store. Feast is definitely a film that deserves to be revisited by the horror community.

Feast is about a group of mostly horrible people trapped in a remote bar who must fight for their survival when a bunch of very large, very strong monsters show up to eat them. What makes Feast stand out for me is how subversive and unpredictable it can be. Not all of the good characters survive, and not all of the bad characters redeem themselves. Sometimes good characters do bad things, and sometimes bad characters do good things. There is a feeling of chaos throughout the movie, both in the disjointed way the action scenes are shot, as well as the freewheeling way the story unfolds.

Interview with 'Zombeavers' and 'Sushi Girl' actress Cortney Palm

Interviewed by Kevin Scott

Cortney Palm is gaining notoriety for her role in the surprise hit zom com Zombeavers.   It’s about beavers mutated into bloodthirsty zombies by a drum of toxic waste that falls into the river. 

They indulge their undead, bucktoothed, bloodlust on an unsuspecting group of young people in a nearby vacation cabin. Yes, you read that right.  It sounds too good to be true, but it is.  I feel pretty privileged to talk to Cortney who plays Zoe.  I not only get some backstory on what I predict will be an underground cult classic, but also some interesting facts about a young actress with a lot of promise. 

MoreHorror:  First of all thank you so much for your time. I’m not going to ask you the standard question of how you became an actress.  What I am curious about is that you have a Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology.  First of all, what is Forensic Psychology and secondly what was your intended career path?

Cortney Palm:  Well my intended career path was performing arts whether it be film or theater and then it became film. I went to school for my undergrad in Theater Arts and then slowly began integrating myself into the difficult business of film-acting in Hollywood. Because this business is very hard to penetrate and gain momentum, I decided that I was going to give it up and move on. So I got my masters in forensic psychology with the hope of becoming a police officer, and later, a detective.

However, as I was processing for the Santa Monica Police Department I was denied during the background investigation because I couldn't come up with a good enough answer as to why I was naked in the movie Sushi Girl and how I could explain myself to the chief during my next interview. So, needless-to-say I think the universe was telling me not to quit acting yet.

Literally after I got denied at SMPD I signed with a great talent agency and gained more of a fan-base both by actual fans and by casting directors and producers. So now I have a large student load debt on an indie-actresses salary. It's still tough! I continue to contemplate an actual career job, such as law-enforcement, in order to actually be able to survive.

Forensic psychology is the practice of psychology in forensic settings such at the courtroom and prisons, in order to assess individuals to determine if they are competent to stand trial, if they were insane at the time of a crime, if a suicide was genuine, and to assess the personality and well-being of individuals in the prison system.  I am very much interested in aspects of the criminal mind.

'Naciye' and 'Night of the Slasher' screen at Screamfest 2015

Night of The SlasherBy Jonathan Weichsel

Naciye is written and directed by Luftu Emre Cicek and stars Derya Alabora, Esin Harvey, and Gorkem Mertsoz. Night of the Slasher is written and directed by Shant Hamassian and stars Lily Berlina

On Thursday October 15th Screamfest had an interesting screening of two very different films, Night of the Slasher and Naciye. Although both films are slashers, they couldn't be further apart in terms of style and substance. Night of the Slasher is a fast paced, self-aware, funny short in the vein of Scream, while Naciye is a serious, heavy handed and high minded feature length art house horror film from Turkey. Both films offer unique takes on the slasher film, demonstrating how broad and diverse the slasher sub-genre has become.

Night of the Slasher is a short film that was made as a proof of concept in order to make a feature. While it's true that most people in Hollywood scoff at this sort of thing nowadays, it's also true that most of these shorts fail to establish proof of concept, while Night of the Slasher succeeds.

Night of the Slasher is about a teenage girl (Lily Berlina,) who has been rendered mute from a neck injury sustained by a fight with a slasher. She wants to get revenge on the slasher by killing him, but in order to summon him she must dance half naked, drink beer, do drugs, and have sex, all in that order. She invites a nerdy virgin over so that she can have sex with him and summon the slasher, and an epic fight ensues, which is interrupted when her parents return home at an inopportune moment.

Tales of Halloween opens Screamfest 2015

Tales of Halloween
By Jonathan Weichsel

Tales of Halloween is directed by Adam Gierasch, Andrew Kasch, Axelle Carolyn, Darren Lynn Bousman, Dave Parker, John Skipp, Lucky McKee, Mike Mendez, Neil Marshall , Paul Solet, and Ryan Schifrin.

Some of the many stars include Pat Healy, Alex Essoe, Booboo Stewart, Keir Gilchrist, Noah Segan , Pollyannna McIntosh, James Duval, Kristina Klebe, Marc Senter, Jose Pablo Cantillo, Grace Phipps, Sam Witwer , and Graham Skipper.
Cameo appearances are made by Joe Dante, John Landis, Adam Green, Adam Pascal, Adrianne Curry, Mick Garris, Lombardo Boyer, Barbara Crampton, and Stuart Gordon.

On Tuesday October 13, 2015 the fifteenth annual Screamfest Horror Film Festival opened with Tales of Halloween, and Screamfest could not have chosen a more fun horror film to launch the festival. If your childhood was anything like mine, then watching Tales of Halloween will be like taking a trip back to the Halloweens of your childhood, when all the crazy costumes and throngs of trick-or-treaters hitting the autumnal streets would set your imagination ablaze with dark fantasies, when you were still incredulous enough to wonder if a ghost story or urban legend an older kid tells you is true or made up, and when the dark pageantry of the holiday made you feel free to explore new areas of mischief.

MARTYRS (2015) to have World Premiere at Screamfest Horror Film Festival

MARTYRS 2015 PosterBy Seth Metoyer

MARTYRS will have its World Premiere at Screamfest Horror Film Festival on Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at 9:30 pm at the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres in Hollywood, CA.

The french remake premiere will conclude with a Q&A session with Troian Bellisario (TV’s "Pretty Little Liars"), Bailey Noble (TV’s "True Blood") and directors Kevin and Michael Goetz (Scenic Route).

If you're in the LA area and can attend, definitely check this one out. It'll be interesting to see how viewers feel the remake holds up to the brutal genre favorite French version. Get your tickets here!

MARTYRS is a remake of a French film, which Anchor Bay will be distributing the film 1st quarter 2016. Ten-year-old Lucie flees from the isolated warehouse where she has been held prisoner. Deeply traumatized, she is plagued by awful night terrors at the orphanage that takes her in. Her only comfort comes from Anna, a girl her own age. Nearly a decade later and still haunted by demons, Lucie finally tracks down the family that tortured her. As she and Anna move closer to the agonizing truth, they find themselves trapped in a nightmare – if they cannot escape, a martyr’s fate awaits them.

About Screamfest
Screamfest Horror Film Festival is the longest running horror film festival in the United States, now in its 15th year. The festival has been responsible for premiering many now classic horror films such as Paranormal Activity and Feast, both of which are having anniversary screenings at this year's festival.

RIP Horror International Film Festival 5 day 2015 schedule announced

RIP 2015 Lineip

RIP Horror International Film Festival (RIPHorror) today announced the celebration tribute and festival events for this years festival held in Hollywood, Ca. starting on Oct. 14-31. 7 WORLD PREMIERES, 7 West Coast Premieres & dozens of shorts & micro-shorts.

Oct. 14 EPFC: Block #1 7pm West Coast PREMIERE "I Am Alone", by Robert Palmer Serpent's Lullaby, Meridians Block #2 9pm West Coast Premier "Restoration," by Ryan Oliver Caprice, The Order, Static, Lifeline, Soccer Moms In Peril.

Oct. 21 EPFC: Block #3 7pm Granny of the Dead, O Feet Away, Sacrifice, Necrotic Block #4 9pm West Coast Premier "Frankenstein's Patchwork Monster" by Emil Novak and The Landlady must die, LetchWorth, Sector Zero 4

Oct. 28 EPFC: Block #5 7pm: WORLD PREMIERE "Ballet of Blood" By Jared Masters & Frolic Pictures, Awakenings, Darker Block #6 9pm. West Coast Premier "Model Hunger" by Debbie Rochon, Hag by Erick Gardner & Fantasy by Izabel Grondin

Oct. 30 LF3: Block #7 11:30-1:30 WORLD PREMIERE "Retribution" By Chase Dudley & Northern Lights by Tom Rico Scissor Man by Sara Caldwell Block #8 1:45-3:45 Chatter by Matthew Solomon and Shit's About to Get Dark by Stephenb Stull Block #9 4- 5:30 WORLD PREMIERE "WHISPERS" by Tammi Sutton & "Cassandra" by Guy-Roger Duvert. Block #10 6-7:45pm "The Divine Tragedies" By Jose Prendes and Parallel by Ruben Garza Block #11 8-10pm WORLD PREMIER "Heavy Make-up" by Chris Morrissey and Choice Cuts by Jeff Meyers Block #12 10-12 WORLD PREMIER "Jezebeth 2 Hour of the Gun" by Jeffrey Swanson and Gunpowder Gray "Saints" by Ashley Simpson Block #13 4-5:45 West Coast Premier "Night of the Living Dead-Darkest Night" by Simon West and WORLD PREMIERE "The Single Bullet Theory" by Jason Hawkins


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