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The Walking Dead: Season 5 Review (2014) Review

The Walking Dead Season 5 Reviewed by Jesse Miller

When I think back on the fifth season of the horror-drama, I think about where the show started off and how both it and its cast have grown over the course of the show’s run, not only in terms of the production, with the shift of show runners, but in terms of the story and where it’s going to progress towards.

The fifth season of The Walking Dead is – to this date – its most balanced season, in terms of the striking character development and quieter moments and of course the brutality of this harsh new world.

In fact, I believe this is going to be an important chapter in the show when all is said and done. I think people are going to look at Rick (Andrew Lincoln) or Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) or Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and reflect on how their worlds are about to change and shift into new untouched territory.

In season five, a hardened Rick leads his family from the horrors of Terminus to back on the road, where they’ll eventually meet new characters, new safe havens and new enemies that threaten to take more people out of their lives.

Andrew Lincoln is in new territory here as Rick is more cold and ruthless. He’s actually quite frightening in the methods he takes to survive – but I guess it’s like they say – there’s a method to his madness here.

RIP Horror International Film Festival announces 2015 honorees, including Ivonna Cadaver, Megan Lee Joy and 'The Bloody Doll' Awards

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.

Among the honorees for the 3rd annual Festival are the “Legend of Horror” presented to Horror Icon Ivonna Cadaver (Macabre Theater); “Rising Star” recipient Megan Lee Joy (Shevenge); and the “Bloody Doll Awards”, will be presented as part of our “Women of Horror” (WH15) celebration this award is new and exclusive to RIP Horror this year and it will be presented to 3 Women that are at minimum both Director & Producer or the most talented triple threat; Writer, Director and Producer! Screenings will begin Oct. 14, 21, 28 at Echo Park Film Center, 1200 N. Alvarado Los Angeles, CA. & Oct. 30 & 31 at Los Feliz 3 Cinemas 1822 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027

RIP Horror is also expanding the 2015 festival from 2 to 5 days, with over 50 officially selected films; 7 WORLD PREMIERS, 7 West Coast Premiers and dozens of shorts and micro-shorts.

'Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance' a Sold Out Smash in Hollywood

Samurai Cop 2

MoreHorror was on the scene in Hollywood at an exclusive advanced screening of the sold out Hollywood hit Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance.

The screenings sold out on October 9 and 10, 2015. Please check out some photos of the event from John Cox/Polymedia Photography as well as video interviews with some of the stars and the director, below the event details.

Cinema Epoch presented exclusive sold out screenings of award-winning filmmaker Gregory Hatanaka’s Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance on Friday, October 9th and Saturday, October 10th at the Laemmle Noho Theatre at 7:20 pm. Hatanaka (Mad Cowgirl, Blue Dream) and the stars of the film conducted a Q and A after the film on both nights. The Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance website will go live next week for merchandise and updates. The film is then traveling to other cities, including New York, Austin, Denver, Portland, Chicago, Winchester, Ashburn and more to follow!

This much anticipated sequel to the legendary cult classic, Samurai Cop (1991), explores the dynamic duo of Detective Frank Washington (Mark Frazier) and Joe Marshall (Mathew Karedas), who are teaming up once again in this action-packed tour de force. This time their mission is to solve a series of assassinations being committed by a secret group of sexy female vigilante killers.

Alongside the original cast, the film also stars iconic actors such as Mel Novak (Bruce Lee’s Game of Death, Black Belt Jones), Bai Ling (The Crow, Crank: High Voltage), Tommy Wiseau (The Room), Laurene Landon (Maniac Cop, Airplane II: The Sequel), Thomas J. Churchill (Lazarus: Apocalypse), Joe Estevez (Dexter), Dawna Lee Heising (Slink, Ten Violent Women: Part 2), Kristine De Bell and Joycelyne Lew, who were both leads in Jackie Chan's The Big Brawl and countless others.

This film utilizes 35mm film, which is rare in today's digital world. This is a new trend as 35mm and 70mm film are being used in the new James Bond and Quentin Tarantino films. Heising's scene with Wiseau utilized 35mm film, which was apropos as Hatanaka truly gave homage to the original film while also keeping it fresh and current enough for modern day audiences.

MoreHorror on the scene: Queen Mary's Dark Harbor 2015

Dark HarborBy Jonathan Weichsel

Queen Mary, the iconic ship turned hotel in Long Beach, is quickly becoming the hot spot for seasonal events. Queen Mary's Dark Harbor is a massive Halloween fair featuring six elaborate haunted mazes, some unique monsters, a whole bunch of live shows, and a lot of carnival food. I visited Dark Harbor with my good friend Jessica Cameron, director of Truth or Dare and Mania, and we both had an amazing time.

The best haunted maze was also one of this year's new additions. Lullaby maze tells the true story of Scary Mary, a little girl who drowned in a pool aboard The Queen Mary in the 1920's. Now she haunts the ship, terrorizing visitors. Lullaby tells a coherent, intense ghost story that never lets up. The little girl Mary is a unique, totally creepy ghost that will send shivers down your spine.

B340 is another maze inspired a horror story from Queen Mary's rich history. B340 is the suite number of The Queen Mary's most haunted room. In the maze B340, a schizophrenic serial killer named Samuel the Savage believes that B340 is code for something, and attempts to derive meaning from the meaningless. B340 has a real claustrophobic feel to it, and really takes you inside the mind of Samuel the Savage.

Award winning Horror Producer and Screen star, Mem Ferda, shines at the 23rd Raindance Film Festival in new thriller ‘My Hero’

With studio titles like the recent Miss You Already, Revolver and The Devil’s Double to his name, London born actor Mem Ferda is very much a Hollywood player. However, this modest British talent, hasn’t forgotten the importance of supporting low budget British Independent Filmmakers.

Nowhere is this more evident than his latest lead role in the 23rd Raindance Film Festival selected feature My Hero. Here we see Mem deliver a stand-out, riveting performance as, cockney, drug-dealing, gangster-florist, Simon Flowers.

The film which is based on a true story about a small time criminal who goes on the run with a neglected nine year old girl, was shot in costal towns Margate and Ramsgate on a very low budget.

Ferda commented ‘My Hero, is distinctly British. I made a promise to myself that I would always support British indie films with great scripts, and this was certainly the perfect fit. I hadn’t ever filmed at a seaside town before and once I read the endearing script I was hooked. I admired the drive and commitment of all involved and wanted to give my best to the role of Simon Flowers’.

Holiday horror film 'All Through The House' to have world premiere at RIP Horror Film Festival

All Through The House poster smallBy Seth Metoyer

The RIP Horror Film Festival is fast approaching, and a holiday horror film I've been excited about since first hearing about it is having its world premiere. All Through The House is and 80s-style slasher film featuring a deranged Santa Slayer who rips through the town of Napa, California for some yuletide-terror.

The film will be screening at RIP Horror Film Festival, at Hollywood Los Feliz 3 Cinemas, 1822 N. Vermont Ave., in Los Angeles, CA on Saturday October 31 from 9:00-11:00pm and feature special appearances by Writer/Director Todd Nunes and Actresses Ashley Mary Nunes & Jessica Cameron.

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased here. Check out details about the film, some stills and the official trailer below.

About "All Through The House"
The Readmond Company has teamed up with Director/Writer Todd Nunes to bring you a terrorizing, blood-soaked Christmas slasher. ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE stars scream queens Ashley Mary Nunes (SYFY’S ROBOT COMBAT LEAGUE), Jessica Cameron (TRUTH OR DARE), and Jennifer Wenger (JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE). The film’s gory special effects were created by Tommy Pietch of SYFY’S FACE OFF and STAR TREK: RENEGADES.

ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE is an 80s-style slasher film featuring a deranged Santa Slayer who rips through the town of Napa, California for some yuletide-terror.

Fifteen years ago, a peaceful Christmas neighborhood was engulfed by fear when five-year-old Jamie Garrett was mysteriously taken from her bedroom never to be seen again. Now on Christmas break, Rachel Kimmel comes home from college to find her neighborhood struck again by a reign of terror. A violent killer is hiding behind a grisly Santa mask, leaving a bloody trail of slaughtered women and castrated men to the steps of the Garrett house. Rachel finds herself in a horrifying nightmare as she discovers the twisted secret behind the mask.

Screamfest 2015 Film Lineup unvelied; 'Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension' to premiere


The 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. Additionally, Screamfest will be screening the premiere of Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension.

The 2015 festival will run from October 13th through the 22nd in Hollywood, California at the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres.

Screamfest has an amazing star-studded lineup this year, and if you live in Los Angeles, you owe it to yourself to check out a movie or two, or three or four or all of them. Many of the screenings include discussions with filmmakers such as John and Clu Gulager, James Franco, and more. You can check out the programming and purchase tickets at the festival website

MoreHorror's Hollywood correspondent Jonathan Weichsel will be on site and will be reviewing as many movies as he can. Be sure to check back to for further updates.

Find a list of some of the standout titles screening this year below (listed in alphabetical order). For complete movie list, dates and times, visit the Screamfest Schedule page here.

HEIR to have home town premiere at Toronto After Dark Film Festival

28 short films have been announced for the 2015 Toronto After Dark Film Festival including the highly buzzed about film HEIR from Fatal Pictures, which will screen at 7:00pm on SUNDAY, OCT 18 at the Scotiabank Movie Theatre, down town Toronto.

Schedule and ticket information can be found here.

From the Toronto After Dark Film Festival website:

Fans can also look forward to two fantastic showcases of cutting edge genre short films at this year’s festival!


SHORTS AFTER DARK: 9 incredible International Short films will screen this year as part of the popular international short film showcase: AWESOME RUNAWAY, BLACK FOREST, BONIATO, EXORDIUM, MANOMAN, MOVIES IN SPACE, MYRNA THE MONSTER, THE GUESTS, VICIOUS

'The Girl in the Photographs' Film Review

The Girl in The Photographs movie reviewReviewed by Shannon Hilson

The Girl in the Photographs was a film I was very interested in checking out and with good reason. I’ve been a fan of writer/director Nick Simon’s ever since I caught his first film Removal several years back and have been eagerly to see what his next effort would be like. I’m also – like the majority of the horror-loving world – a long-time admirer of the late, great Wes Craven. When I heard Craven was the executive producer of Mr. Simon’s sophomore film, I couldn’t wait to see what Girl would actually be like.

It’s the story of young South Dakota resident and grocery store clerk, Colleen (Claudia Lee). Colleen’s rather lackluster life is turned upside down when a mysterious photographer begins to stalk her, leaving bloody, grisly photographs for her to find, each depicting the aftermath of what appears to be astonishing violence. After the photographs are dismissed by the police as fakes, they wind up going viral online, eventually catching the attention of renowned Los Angeles photographer, Peter Hemmings (Kal Penn).

Hemmings, who immediately notices the unmistakable influence of his own work in the gory photographs, decides to roll into town to investigate the situation. He brings with him his assistant, Chris (Kenny Wormald) and several of the models with which he works, one of whom is his girlfriend. He also meets and is intrigued by Colleen and her wholesome good looks. Eventually, Colleen’s deranged stalkers cross paths with Hemmings and his Hollywood entourage, of course. Suspense and slayings aplenty ensue as one might expect.

Exclusive screenings for 'Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance' announced

by Seth Metoyer

Special screenings for Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance have been announced. Check out all the details below and as well as some movie stills, video interviews with Joe Williamson, an Associate Producer on the film and Joycelyne Lew who plays Lady Okamura.

Keep checking back to as we have more details and interviews with the cast and crew coming soon!

From The Press Release:
Cinema Epoch presents exclusive screenings of award-winning filmmaker Gregory Hatanaka’s Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance on Friday, October 9 and Saturday, October 10th, at the Laemmle Noho Theatre at 7:20pm. Hakanaka (Mad Cowgirl, Blue Dream) and the stars of the film will conduct a Q and A after the film. More screening dates to be announced soon.

This much anticipated sequel to the legendary cult classic, Samurai Cop (1991), explores the dynamic duo of Detective Frank Washington (Mark Frazier) and Joe Marshall (Matt Hannon), who are teaming up once again in this action-packed tour de force. This time their mission is to solve a series of assassinations being committed by a secret group of sexy female vigilante killers.

Alongside the original cast, the film also stars iconic actors such as Mel Novak (Bruce Lee’s Game of Death, Black Belt Jones), Bai Ling (The Crow, Crank: High Voltage), Tommy Wiseau (The Room), Laurene Landon (Maniac Cop, Airplane II: The Sequel), Thomas J. Churchill (Lazarus: Apocalypse), Joe Estevez (Dexter), Dawna Lee Heising (Slink, Pond Scum), Kristine De Bell (The Big Brawl) and countless others.

Producer Mem Ferda’s MANIA Wins Best Horror Feature

MANIAThe sexually charged lesbian love story ‘MANIA’ directed by Jessica Cameron, premiered at the 8th Annual Arizona Underground Film Festival and won Best Horror Feature.

MANIA produced by British Actor / Producer Mem Ferda (Miss You Already, London Heist) revolves around two lesbian lovers who flee their home and travel cross-country after a brutal murder.

The movie stars Ellie Church (Time to Kill, Headless) in the lead role of Mel. MANIA is one of three features that see’s the teaming up of Cameron and Ferda along with Writer/ Executive Producer Jonathan Scott Higgins.

Following on from their huge success with ‘Truth or Dare’ which picked up over 33 Awards globally, the team are confident ‘MANIA’ will be equally appealing. Mem Ferda commented, ‘Jessica and I worked from a very dark palette for ‘MANIA’. Parts are brutally blunt and may not be to everyone’s taste. But the exploration into a twisted lesbian love relationship and the presentation of characters that are not overly precocious but very infectious and real is a true testament to Jessica’s energy and unrelenting passion for the work’.

British Screen Star Mem Ferda joins Hollywood ‘A’ Lister’s 
on the Pink Carpet for the London Premiere of MISS YOU ALREADY

Our home grown talented Actor, Mem Ferda, attended the London premiere of Catherine Hardwicke’s emotive and rousing drama MISS YOU ALREADY, alongside Hollywood greats Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette.

Directed by Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight, Thirteen), "Miss You Already" portrays the relationship between Jess (Drew Barrymore) and Milly (Toni Collette), two childhood best friends. Both happily married, when suddenly their lives are transformed when one becomes pregnant and the other is diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer. Milly, with her supportive husband in Kit (Dominic Cooper) and two charming young children, is undertaking a course of chemotherapy, struggling with the nausea that transpires, and the losing of her hair. In the meantime, Jess is wanting to celebrate the news that her IVF treatment has proven successful, and she’s to have her first child with her partner Jago (Paddy Considine) – though any such celebrations may well have to be put on hold, as Milly’s condition worsens.

Mem Ferda commented, “Miss You Already’ was really exciting and something completely new for me. Working with two amazing actresses, Drew and Toni, was a dream come true, and the script was equally remarkable. The film has touched a lot of people, and has received fabulous reviews. My fans are use to seeing me portray gangsters and baddies – so I hope they’ll like watching me in a more caring and sensitive role, and enjoy the character of ‘Ahmed’ as much as I enjoyed playing him.”

'A Tricky Treat' receives honors, will screen at SCREAMFEST among other festivals

A Tricky Treatby Seth Metoyer

Tis the season for many horror film festivals and with that, a ton of films being screened. A little horror comedy short to note called A Tricky Treat will have its LA premiere at this years Screamfest.

The film was also honored with four awards at the Macabre Faire Film Festival showcase in New York. Check out the details and trailer below, and if you happen to hit a festival or two this year, be sure to give this one a watch.

From The Press Release:
A Tricky Treat, a short horror comedy directed by acclaimed Canadian filmmaker Patricia Chica, has been honored with four awards at the Macabre Faire Film Festival showcase in New York.

- Best Short Film:

Producers: Patricia Chica, Grace Santos, Byron A. Martin

Executive Producer: Tara Kurtz

Co-Executive Producers: Morris Umali, Adonai Interiano

- Best Director: Patricia Chica

- Best Editor: Patricia Chica

- Best Special FX:

Danny McCarthy (Special FX supervisor and the team of 800 lb Guerilla in San Diego), Henry Lipatov and Anton Golovchenko, VFX supervisors and the team of Fame Cube Production in the Ukraine.

“I’m extremely honored to share A Tricky Treat’s success with my team who helped bring it to life…or in this case…a macabre end! These awards represent four great reasons to support women directors coming up in genre filmmaking!”,exclaims director Patricia Chica.

‘Motel Hell’ (1980) review

Motel HellReviewed by Jesse Miller

It’s called Motel Hello, a rather sunny and welcoming name, but this decrepit hotel is anything but sunny and welcoming. For one thing, the hotel is falling apart so much that the O in the hotel sign fades to reveal Motel Hell. At Motel Hell, the rooms are very much vacant but the owner has it deliberately switched to read No Vacancy.

Welcome to Motel Hell, a jet black comedy-horror that tells the story of Farmer Vincent (Ray Calhoun) and his famous smoked meats, the secret ingredient of which is the people he traps and hunts on a backwoods road late at night. From there, Vincent and his maniacal sister Ida (Nancy Parsons) take the victims and bury them up to their necks in their ‘secret garden’ where they will rupture their vocal chords so they can’t scream and feed them pig pellets so they fatten up.

The story really begins when Vincent takes a liking to one of his victims, a blonde bombshell named Terry (Nina Axelrod), and takes her back to his home behind Motel Hell where he pretends to nurse her from the crash he himself inflicted. From there, we follow Terry as she slowly starts to see what the secret of the motel really is.

MOTEL HELL plays out like a satire of horror and is stuffed to the brim with bizarre comedy and bizarre parodies of horror moments. These moments work well because the film is so over-the-top and nonsensical that I couldn’t help but laugh at what was going on in the film. However I’m not even sure if the comedy was supposed to be intentional or not so it leaves me a little confused.

Indie Scream Queens expound on premiere of 'Scream Queens'

Scream Queen Posterby Seth Metoyer

Some of my favorite indie Scream Queens (including Brooke Lewis and Devanny Pinn) got together with the lovely Sammy Phillips, Staci Layne Wilson and Suze Lanier-Bramlett for a premiere screening of Fox's Scream Queens and sat down to discuss their thoughts about the first episode. Check out all the dirty sexy details below as well as a video interview with the Hollywood indie Scream Queens crew.

Scream Queens is an American horror comedy anthology television series created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan (American Horror story and Glee creators) and premiered on Fox on September 22, 2015.

From The Press Release
After tweeting all day that it should be declared a national holiday, actress Brooke Lewis gathered with some of her besties and horror hotties for a viewing and after-show commentary of the Scream Queens FOX TV premiere.

In conjunction with filming an episode of Penthouse TV's "Cocktail Confessions", hosted by famous Penthouse Pet, Sam Phillips, to celebrate the premiere, the ladies filmed a separate segment for all you loyal horror fans!

These horror actresses, writers, directors and producers, wanted to make a statement that smart and sexy comes in all shapes, sizes, ages and ethnicities and that women should come together to support each other and fellow Scream Queens!


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