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Exclusive Interview with Bill Moseley, Kane Hodder and Marshal Hilton for Bobby Easley’s 'The Devil Dogs of Kilo Company'


The Devil Dogs of Kilo Company is a brilliantly conceived, animated WWII epic, which is written and directed by Bobby Easley for a 2015 release. The assistant director of the feature film is Terence Muncy and the engineer is Tom Roosa. Easley, both a director and actor and the CEO of Horror Wasteland Pictures International, is known for “The Boogeyman;” “The River Runs Black;” “Scream Machine;” “All Sinners Night;” and “X.” “All Sinners Night” has distribution through MVD Entertainment Group, WWMM and Chemical Burn.

The plot of the innovative feature film revolves around “…a company of Marines deep behind enemy lines on a top secret mission. The company is out-manned and outgunned as they fight their way to hell and back leaving a path of death and destruction in their wake.” The creative trailer can be viewed here:

“The Devil Dogs of Kilo Company” stars Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th 7,8,9, Jason X, Hatchet); John Dugan (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 74,4,3D); Bill Moseley (House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, 3D, Army of Darkness, Halloween); and Marshal Hilton (120/80: Stressed to Kill, The Bunnyman Massacre, Monumental). Hodder recently released his autobiography, "Unmasked: The Life Story of the World's Most Prolific Killer", which has received glowing reviews.

Kane Hodder plays the role of Company First Sergeant Phil Altum, and Bill Moseley has the role of Company Commander Captain Glen Morrison. John Dugan portrays Colonel Steve Talaska, and Marshal Hilton is Major Cahill. Dugan recorded his voiceover at AZMYTH Studios in Carmel, Indiana, while Hodder, Moseley and Hilton recorded their roles at Outloud Audio Studios in Burbank, California. All of the German soldiers depicted will be recorded with Frank Banx in Dortmund, Germany, and Roosa will mix everything together for the final film.

IMPURATUS moves into Casting and Pre-production

ImpuratusScreengage and ThunderSmoke Media announce that their new horror film IMPURATUS has moved into Casting and Pre-Production.

The film takes place in 1922 and is about a police detective called out to a remote hospital to witness the deathbed confession of a mysterious Civil War Vet that forces him to accept the supernatural.

The move will be shot on location in The Greater Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania and in a Philadelphia sound stage.

Written and directed by Michael Yurinko, the film is being produced by Guy Quigley and will star Holt Boggs, Jody Quigley, John Savage, Maria Olsen and Blanca Blanco.

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Legendary Filmmaker Ted V. Mikels Initiates Fund Raising Drive for '10 Violent Women: Part 2'

Mikels Announces Acting Auditions in Henderson, Nevada on August 9, 2015

TVM Studios has announced that the studio’s new production, Ten Violent Women: Part Two, has scheduled acting auditions at the company’s Las Vegas Studio on August 9, 2015 in Henderson, Nevada. "Ten Violent Women: Part Two", the sequel to “10 Violent Women”, will star Francine York, and will explore females who seek recognition for their physical beauty, muscular bodies, martial arts, wrestling, boxing, and beauty pageant appearances. Check out this great video from Mikels:

Ted V. Mikels, the film’s legendary director, has announced a campaign to raise the necessary production funds. Mikels notes that he has been making movies for over 65 years. “I have made dozens and dozens of movies over the years, including such titles as ‘Astro Zombies,’ ‘The Doll Squad,’ ‘10 Violent Women,’ ‘The Corpse Grinders,’ ‘Girl In The Gold Boots,’ ‘Mission: Killfast,’ ‘Demon Haunt,’ and many more.

“I have recently announced that I am finally making a sequel to my highly successful film "10 Violent Women," but I can't make it without the help of motion picture fans. This is a project that has been requested by my fans for many years, and since my fans are the best fans in the world, I decided to take the challenge and do it for them. I have been self-funding my low budget projects for many years, but in order to justice to this highly anticipated sequel, and not let my fans down, I need to actually raise some real money.”

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (2014) review

A Girl Walks Home Alone at NightReviewed by Kevin Scott

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (2014)
Written by: Ana Lily Amirpour
Directed by: Ana Lily Amirpour
Cast: Sheila Vand (The Girl), Arash (Arash Marandi), Marshall Manesh (Hossein the Junkie), Mozhan Marno (Atti the Prostitute), Dominic Rains (Saeed the Pimp), Rome Shadanloo (Shaydah the Princess), Ray Haratian (The Boss), Pej Vahdat (DJ Porno), Ana Lily Amirpour (Skeleton Partygirl), Masuka (Masuka the Cat)

There are two things that have inhibited me in the past from broadening my horror film horizons. Those things would be subtitles and anything filmed in black and white. I’ve conquered my perceived drudgery of reading subtitles, and after many forced exercises to multitask my watching and reading simultaneously, I can get lost in a really good horror movie, and the subtitles come as second nature. I’m still struggling with the black and white. Even established classics such as “Night of the Living Dead” require some deliberation as to whether I want to suffer through the absence of color. Typically nowadays, it almost has to be an artistic choice, whereas back in day, it more than likely was a monetary decision. I’m almost ashamed to admit that I’ve turned my share of black and white films off, before ever giving them a chance. I’m getting better, but even now, I need to get hooked in the beginning to hang around.

“A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night” is filmed in black and white, and has subtitles that you can’t turn off unless you speak fluent Farsi, which I don’t. I made it through this one. A milestone for me no doubt, and a clear indicator of my ever evolving film sophistication or maybe the movie was just good. I’m going for a 30 percent/70 percent split with the majority on the latter. I’m amazed at how much I liked this vampire movie that anyone with a fleeting short term memory would flub the title when trying to recommend.

Interview with 'Lamb Feed' Director Michael S. Rodriguez

Lamb FeedJonathan Weichsel

Michael S. Rodriguez is the director of the twenty-seven minute short Lamb Feed and the thirty minute short Night of the Sea Monkey. I sat down and interviewed him about his work.

JW: I reached out to you to watch your films after you wished me happy birthday on Facebook, because I enjoyed Meghan Chadeayne's performance in Naked Zombie Girl, which I caught at Beyond The Beaten Path, and I saw you had directed a short starring her, Lamb Feed, and I was interested in seeing what else she has done. So I am wondering, what is it like working with Meghan? What is it that attracts you to her work?

MR: Along with being close personal friends we are also business partners and I find Meg to be a completely focused professional that is an absolute delight to work with. When I call action Meghan has the natural ability to find her character's idiosyncrasies while she's delivering her lines. To me a sense of naturalism in the performance is a must and Meg is always on point with hers.

JW: I watched your shorts, Night of the Seamonkey and Lamb Feed. I thought that Lamb Feed was an improvement over Night of the Seamonkey, both in terms of production values and storytelling. I am wondering if you learned anything working on Night of the Seamonkey that you then applied to Lamb Feed.

MR: You come to find that giving yourself ample time for pre production is always a must and that storyboards and shot lists do come in handy.. So I definitely took with me a tremendous amount of knowledge from my first effort (Sea Monkey) and decided to go to the next level with Lamb Feed.

JW: Lamb Feed had a lot of surreal imagery in it. You described it to me as "subliminal" when you sent me the link. Could you elaborate on what you mean by that?

MR: At the time when I started writing Lamb feed I was intrigued with making a narrative short. Being an artist first and foremost I thought it would be refreshing for horror fans to sit back and have a visual feast while a story unfolds without much dialogue if any.

Interview with Shane Ryan about SNUFF: THE ANTHOLOGY, which is now accepting submissions

SNUFF AnthologyBy Jonathan Weichsel

Mad Sin Cinema and LostWitch Releasing are now accepting submissions for Snuff: The Anthology. From Shane Ryan, creator of the Amateur Porn Star Killer Trilogy, Snuff will bring to you the finest faux rape and murder scenes from around the globe. "The best part for the filmmakers," says Ryan, "is that we've worked out a deal so that even films not accepted into the anthology will get released on VHS and/or DVD through LostWitch Releasing (in talks with more VHS/DVD companies as well). It's win-win for everybody."

I sat down and asked Shane Ryan a few brief questions about the project.

JW: Hey Shane, I thought up a few questions that I would want answered if I were submitting to Snuff: The Anthology. Are you ready?

SR: Yes.

JW: To be honest, I'm a little confused by what you are looking for. What do you mean by Faux Snuff? Isn't that a contradiction in terms? Are you looking for films that try to pass themselves off as authentic snuff films, are you looking for narrative horror shorts with very realistic kills, or are you in fact looking for actual snuff films and you just put the "faux" in there to avoid liability?

SR: I guess "seeking fake real murder caught on camera" sounds pretty ridiculous, huh? Yes, please submit to me the real thing and make me famous on my way to jail! Ha, just kidding, no way. Yes, make sure that these are fake. In fact, no killing/harm shall be allowed to any species, not even insects. This is all make believe. I do, however, want the submissions to appear to be so real, that, in fact, maybe we do end up in jail (until proven fake). I'm all about realism, so you better know how to capture it before thinking about submitting.

What we need are fake movies which appear to be real murders caught on camera. It does not simply need to be just a violent murder scene, in fact I would prefer that there be a story and/or interesting characters or a psychology angle, just make sure it appears as if the story was simply "caught on camera," not scripted with a shot list. As if you were making a documentary and some crazy shit just happened to go down and you had the camera rolling. Or you're videotaping at a friend's birthday party and somebody gets raped and killed in the other room and you caught it on camera while looking for the restroom. Or you're a serial killer documenting his crimes. Or simply a robbery turned deadly and it's caught on the surveillance cameras. Since I, the producer, am going to exploit this to the world for entertainment purposes, your character does not need to be somebody who is aware that they are making a snuff film. I.e. snuff films are made for the purpose of profit and/or entertainment. But since I, the scumbag entertainment person, am going to exploit this "real murder," your character could simply be somebody who caught a real murder taking place and was not intentionally making a snuff film.

I just need to say it clearly; realism. We want realism. This needs to look like actual "found footage." It doesn't need to be bloody, it can be a bloodless kill (i.e. death by asphyxiation,) just make sure that it feels and looks legitimately real.

Exclusive: Jared Masters signs three-picture deal

by Gerald Beanery

You can expect another three films from Hollywood’s youngest auteur, Jared Masters. He’s already made 9 features and the fact that he’s making another three for next year is not surprising. Some have called him the Prince of Horror Erotica or the Woody Allen of Horror, but his nickname is unimportant, the fact that cult film goddess Bouvier is coming back to the silver screen in Blood Tulip is important! She’ll star as Starla, a beautiful artist and model that must save her twin sister, who got kidnapped and sold into the Holland sex trade. She’ll also have to recover her uncle’s stolen 17TH century painting.

It’s a picture bringing awareness to human trafficking and how horrible the holocaust was. The film also features Dawna Lee Heising and Anthony Usewicz. Plus, rumored to be featured are; Art Roberts, LeJon, Robert Evans, Kimberly Cohen, Rubi Garcia, Dallas Chandler, Sydney Raye, Jack E. Curenton, Vida Ghaffari, Vera Taylor, Walter Hochbrueckner and Geo Sargent. Story by Bouvier, written by Jared Masters and H. Raven Rose. Assistant director Jonathan Weichsel, art director Ryan Henneman. Shot on location in Amsterdam, where it could happen!

The next cinematic potato on the plate is the long-awaited and highly anticipated melodrama Gerald’s Mistress, starring Julia Faye West as Gerald’s Mistress, the most beautiful, intelligent and spectacular woman in the world. Gerald will have to find her and make her his own, despite being married and difficult.

Interview with horror writer, actress, producer and model Kelsey Zukowski

By Jonathan Weichsel

Kelsey Zukowski is a horror writer, actress, producer, and model who has been gathering a solid fan base over the last few years due to her passionate dedication to horror, her deep understanding of the horror genre, and her modeling work, which is some of the most unique, character-driven modeling being done in horror today. I sat down and had a lengthy chat with Kelsey about her short film Words like Knives and her feature Within These Walls, both of which were written by and star Zukowski, as well as her modeling and her feelings about her work.

So read on to get a look inside the mind of this passionate and driven artist. At the very end of the interview is a special treat for fans, the free online premier of Kelsey Zukowski's short film Words Like Knives.

JW- I really liked your twenty minute short film Words Like Knives. I am wondering what you were trying to accomplish with the film.

KZ- Words Like Knives started from the idea of a rumor spinning out of control. From there I thought, what would be the most vicious rumor someone could spread? I wanted the rumor to be something where, whether it was true or not, the person spreading it would have to be extremely cruel and a bit sick for either making it up or making light of a truly horrible thing.

JW- The film is a very raw and real portrayal of high school and the effect gossip can have on somebody.

KZ- Words Like Knives presents real life horrors in the way it portrays different forms of abuse and bullying, where people are subjected to pain and torment as part of their everyday lives. Bullying wears a person down and can lead to even bigger tragedies like people harming themselves, school shootings, or suicide. Words Like Knives shows how someone can be driven to something like that when they’re so completely victimized and at a certain point can’t deal with it any longer.

JW- Of course I loved your acting, and especially the writing, which I found had a lot of depth.

KZ- I think we were pretty successful at making Words Like Knives very psychological, surreal, and ominous. We shot a lot of things to leave different possibilities open: it could be that this was a made up rumor that became real in the main character’s mind, pushing her to insanity, or it could be that this was a repressed memory that she had to live in denial of or it would destroy her. It’s a film that asks a lot of “what ifs” and really explores all angles of if this were to happen, what might the different realities consist of. I think there’s a lot of different powerful and eye opening themes on hand.

Teaser trailer for 'HEIR' releases

HeirThe teaser trailer for the critically acclaimed horror short HEIR has been released. We have the teaser for you to view below the details.

HEIR, the final entry in the "Box Cutter Trilogy" produced by Fatal Pictures in association with Red Sneakers Media will be hitting the festival circuit in the near future.

The final short in the trio of linked shorts each representing “different theories on the origin and operation of sociopaths” sports Practical FX, which should make horror fans cheer. Read our exclusive interview with HEIR Writer/Director Richard Powell and Producer Zach Green here.

Check out a larger version of the poster below as well as a couple movie stills and watch for a review on soon!

About HEIR
FATAL PICTURES in association with RED SNEAKERS MEDIA is proud to announce HEIR - A touching tale of father & son from the filmmakers that brought you WORM, FAMILIAR, REMOTE & THE LAST HALLOWEEN. This practical effects horror short is a monster movie unlike any other, it is a bleak and fantastical examination of one of societies darkest taboos that aims to stimulate the mind and wrench the gut with equal power.

Starring Bill Oberst Jr (RESOLUTION, CIRCUS OF THE DEAD, TAKE THIS LOLLIPOP) and Robert Nolan (FAMILIAR, BERKSHIRE COUNTRY, SILENT RETREAT), Written and Directed by Richard Powell (WORM, FAMILIAR), FATAL PICTURES’ Zach Green and Richard Powell produced (WORM, FAMILIAR) in association with Marc Roussel and Ron Basch from RED SNEAKERS MEDIA (REMOTE, THE LAST HALLOWEEN). Associate Produced by Seth Metoyer (CELL COUNT, DEADLY REVISIONS, BALLET OF BLOOD), with Cinematography by Michael Jari Davidson (SAVE YOURSELF, BERKSHIRE COUNTY & THE LAST HALLOWEEN), Special Make-Up Effects by The Butcher Shop (FAMILIAR, THE LAST HALLOWEEN), Editing by John Nicholls (SEX AFTER KIDS, THE SWEETEST HIPPOPOTAMUS, THE LAST HALLOWEEN) and Music by Christopher Guglick (REMOTE, HOME, THE LAST HALLOWEEN).

How To Survive a Horror Film

SCREAMby Tom Wood

I’ve always been a fan of Horror and one of the most famous Horror films, well to me anyway, is the Scream franchise. (A little known fact was Wes Craven originally had the intention of calling the film ‘Scary Movie’ due to the serial killer copying other horror films; Hence ‘The Wayans Brothers’ with their parody Scary Movie).

I also remember watching the first of the series a while back, and thinking that one of the reasons I liked Scream so much, was the characters knew they were in a horror film, which added a bit of humour to the film. Something most Horror films lack (a bit of a shame really, as to me, that could add a bit of depth to the film). My favourite character had always been Randy, played by Jaime Kennedy. Mostly as he’s a nerd like me, but, he always gave the rest of the cast inside information on how to survive a horror.

Which got me thinking; in everyday life, how do we know we’re in a Horror film or about to walk into one? After all, life is full of little surprises and you never know what’s around the corner (Apart from numerous clichés); So basically, my imagination decided to run wild as usual and prepare you, the reader, with a few tips on how to survive that horror film you unknowingly are about to step into.

Now usually, Horror films involve a group of people, however big or small. Monsters in Horror tend to take people out one by one. So you must always stick together. Unless you’re Arnold Schwarzenegger or Rambo, I don’t want any of this “I’ll Be Back” and going in all guns blazing trying to be the Hero. Just face it, you’re no Clint Eastwood.


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