Red Band trailer for horror film K-SHOP releases

K-SHOP the most anticipated Horror of 2016 reveals Red Band Trailer. Producers Mem Ferda and Adam J Merrifield of White Lantern Film have revealed a shocking new trailer for the most awaited horror feature of 2016 - K-SHOP.

K-SHOP transfers the Sweeney Todd story to the binge-drinking milieu of Britain as a vigilant kebab shop owner, battles with drunken clubbers. A debut for writer -director Dan Pringle, the film has secured distribution through Bulldog Film Distributors and is set for UK Cinema release in July this year. Empress Road Pictures will be the International Sales agent for the film.

The film follows the story of a kebab shop owner’s son who turns butcher after his father is killed by lawless yobs on a night out and paint’s an accurate picture of Britain’s binge drinking culture by uniquely integrating scenes of genuine night life with the film’s visceral narrative. Producer Mem Ferda comments; ‘Its high time a socially relevant film like this was made highlighting the significant problems of drink culture that is prevalent amongst our ‘teen’ society today. I can best describe it as an intoxicating, super-slaughter, sweeney todd-esque ride that cleverly has a stab at British binge drinking. It will certainly have partygoers think twice about stopping off for a kebab on the way home’.

The film stars ZIAD ABAZA (Tyrant), DARREN MORFITT (Dog Soldiers), REECE NOI (Game of Thrones), HARRY REID (Eastenders), SCOT WILLIAMS (The Crew), and EWEN MACINTOSH (The Office, Lobster).

Ballet of Blood now available On Demand, DVD and VHS

Ballet of Blood has released and is available to to rent or own. DVD's are available on Amazon and some VHS tapes are currently available on eBay. Check out more details from the press release below.

From The Press Release:
"...there is a compelling story going on here. Having the real world of the movie play out a scenario in a story has been done before, but this mixture of life imitating art is a subject that has a lot of potential to plumb. The story of a seemingly “good girl” not necessarily writing a “nice story” is fun, especially with the meta-commentary that “nice stories” aren’t what the people want these days. There’s an extremely poetic sequence illustrating the mixture of the story, the real world (within the film), and the art of ballet that plays really well (especially with some nice Giallo colorful lighting added for effect). There is an appreciation for both the art of ballet as well as simply a nice vocabulary in which to articulate art at play all the way through this film that I appreciated a lot. BALLET OF BLOOD doesn’t forget the baser needs of the horror audience as it supplies copious amounts of blood and boobs within its runtime. But while the story is rather complex and intriguing, I wish the filmmakers would have been a bit more choosey with who they cast and taken more time to get better takes. That said, if you’re an appreciator of the art of low budget horror, BALLET OF BLOOD delivers big ideas and intriguing scenes of bloody bodies in motion."

The motion picture won Audience Choice Award at the 2015 RIP International Horror Film Festival. It was also nominated for Best Acting Ensemble and Best Editing.

Etheria Celebrity Charity signing at Dark Delicacies

Celeste Yarnell By Jonathan Weichsel

On February 27th Dark Delicacies and Etheria Film Night joined forces for Women in Horror Month to raise money for Reel Grrls and Celeste Yarnell through a charity signing.

In attendance to sign posters and merchandise were Deborah Brock, Rae Dawn Chong, Jackie Kong, Rena Riffel, Jace Anderson, Kristina Klebe, Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, Anna Biller, Esther Goodstein, Jane Clark, Guinevere Turner, and Celeste Yarnell.

Reel Grrls is a nonprofit that "empowers young women from diverse communities to realize their power, talent, and influence through media production." You can learn more about Reel Grrls at their website.

Celeste Yarnell is a legendary actress and scream queen with over fifty years of experience in front of the camera. Some of her most popular roles include Beast of Blood , The Velvet Vampire, and the original Star Trek series. Yarnell is currently battling stage three ovarian cancer, which is not covered by her health insurance.

‘Intruders’ (2015) Film Review

By Jesse Miller

Intruders takes the basic horror-thriller premise we all know about a girl trapped in her house with psychopaths and turns it on its head. What if the girl couldn’t escape from the house because she suffered from agoraphobia? And what if the intruders were about to get more than they bargained for?

Beth Riesgraf is Anna, the girl in question. Riesgraf turns in an amazing performance, which is equal parts vulnerable victim and fierce warrior. There are so many layers to the performance that the material might, in other hands, feel contrived or over the top. This isn’t the case with Miss Riesgraf, who operates at such a level that every wandering emotion – the fear, the shock and ultimately the defiance to her captors – is believable. It’s a hell of a performance.

She’s backed up by a strong supporting cast that features Rory Culkin, who plays her close friend Dan, and Jack Kesy, Joshua Mikel and Martin Starr, who play her captors, each drawn out effectively to have their mood and personalities. Kesy is charismatic as the group leader while Mikel plays J.P’s younger kinder brother Vance with a light and gentle touch. Of course every group needs one guy with a screw loose and Martin Starr seems to relish playing the psychopathic – and slightly rapey – Perry.

Figuring out what was going on in Intruders is half the fun of the picture and writers T.J Cimfel and David White have fun toying with horror conventions of the home invasion thriller. The story has its fair share of twists along the way and there will come a time where it strays from the route you think it’s heading down. I appreciated that.

More than that, the film has quite the black vein of humour running underneath throughout its running time. We’re talking jet-black. As in, there are uneasy laughs in the most shocking of situations and to the credit of the cast; they play it perfectly, without losing the serious tone of the plot.

Ballet of Blood (2015) Review

By Jennica Lynn
More Horror

Growing up, I went through many phases before discovering my true passion. I was a swimmer, a roller-skater, a gymnast, and even a Girl Scout. But as a small child, I was drawn to ballet. Every week, I would pull up my tights, strap my tiny feet into pale pink slippers, and line up with several other young girls only to be told that I was uncoordinated, ultimately leading to a touch of stage fright.

Early on, women are primed to believe that the numbers of flaws they may bear are infinite. We are too fat, too thin, too dumb, flat-chested, clumsy, or unfashionable. Most unfortunately, we do not just receive this kind of feedback from peers but also at times from relatives, employers, and mentors. Unlike the opposite sex, however, most women refrain from aggressive reactions to such regular abuse and instead internalize the comments that tend to validate their own self-consciousness. Fighting back is still treated as unladylike in the minds of some. Ballet of Blood (2015) shows the occasionally fantasized external reaction of two alienated ballerinas and, in addition, it torments viewers with boredom, perplexity, and female objectification.

The Plot: After a shooting at a ballet school, one ballerina is locked away in a psychiatric ward while another goes into hiding with her junkie boyfriend. Meanwhile, ballet student Saren (Rubi Garcia) is determined to write a fictional novel based on the traumatic event and discovers through a supernatural entity that she possesses the power to turn the words from her typewriter into reality. Still thirsty for vengeance against the crushing criticism from their instructor and peers, the two ballerinas on the run return to the school for one final dance of death. Only Saren has the ability to write a happy ending but as her friends hit the floor, time becomes precious.

With a title like Ballet of Blood, one would expect to see buckets of dark red hemoglobin covering every inch of the dance floor from beginning to end. However, when blood finally spills it seems rushed as if it was almost forgotten altogether. Making the wait for the gore fest even longer, the film is filled to capacity with mostly pointless banter between catty dancers who cling to heroine and other substances like a security blanket. If there were ever a “Real Housewives of Horror,” this ballet school would be the breeding ground. It is because of the constant senseless conversations that much of the film seems redundant with full scenes almost perfectly mirroring one another, acting as fillers rather than means for continuity.

Top horror films with a gambling angle

By Julie Clark

The horror film genre is one that many people sidestep when picking out an option for film night, not simply out of fear; but often because of uninspired, predictable story-lines and limp performances. However, that isn’t to say that there aren’t still some great horror films out there. This piece, in particular, focuses on horror films which feature scenes of gambling: you may not love all of them, but they are the best on offer.

‘Arbat’ is local Thai for ‘violation’ or ‘offense’. The movie is the story of a young man forced into becoming a monk by his father. The novice monk goes on to develop a romantic relationship with a local village girl, leading to ghostly occurrences and strange happenings. The film features several scenes of gambling, drinking, violence – all the bells and whistles. However, its reference to Buddhism was deemed insulting by local authorities and thus the movie was banned in Thailand. That didn’t stop it from making over $770,000 in the box office according to casinoroller.

Fright Night
Fright Night is a classic from 1985 but today we’re looking at the 2011 remake. Set in Las Vegas, the movie featured a strong casino theme throughout. The story is similar to the original Fright Night, as it focuses on a vampire moving in next door to Charlie (played by Anton Yelchin). Fans of the original movie remain divided on whether the remake is as good as the original, but it still received favorable reviews due to its decent mix of horror and comedy.

B.C. Butcher to premiere at The Egyptian Theater in Hollywood

By Jonathan Weichsel

B.C. Butcher is set to have its world premiere on Thursday March 3rd at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood. In attendance will be: Kansas Bowling, Rodney Bingenheimer, Kato Kaelin, Lloyd Kaufman, Natasha Halevi, Devyn Leah, Molly Elizabeth Ring, Kadim Hardison, Miranda Robin, Cherie Currie, Michael des Barres, Kadim Hardison, Allison Anders, the band Kill My Coquette.

Awhile back I wrote a rave review of the campy, hilarious new Troma movie B.C. Butcher, directed by seventeen year old Kansas Bowling. Heidi Honeycutt, programmer for the female-directed genre film festival Etheria Film Night, is also a big fan so she decided to organize a world premiere for the film at The Egyptian Theater.

The event will be presented by Etheria Film Night and The American Cinematheque, and will feature a star studded red carpet at 6:00, and a live show by the band Kill My Coquette at 7:30. B.C. Butcher will play at 8:00, and will be followed by a panel moderated by Lloyd Kaufman. The panel will be followed by the world premiere of Kill My Coquette’s "Post-Teenage Angst" music video directed by Kansas Bowling.

Following the music video will be a screening of the Troma movie Lollilove, directed by Jenna Fischer, star of The Office and the upcoming series You, Me and the Apocalypse. Lollilove, which was co-directed and co-written by Troma legend James Gunn, is a dark comedy about a hipster California couple that attempts to make a difference in the lives of the homeless.

'HEIR' nominated for a 14th Annual Rondo Hatton Award

The little short film that won't quit is still making waves in the horror community.

After tearing up the film festival circuit, HEIR has been nominated for a 14th annual Rondo Hatton Award in the Best Short Film category.

You can cast your vote for this year's awards at the official website here.

HEIR Synopsis
After connecting with a stranger of similar interests online, Gordon and his young son Paul, embark on an ill-fated road trip in which Gordon aims to indulge a secret passion. Before the day ends a horrible truth will be uncovered and a harsh lesson will be learned.

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).

New 'Scream Queen Stream' web series available every Friday at 11:00 AM

Scream Queen Stream

We recently presented a Drunken Interview with Jessica Cameron where our very own Jonathan Weichsel sat down with her and peered into the Scream Queen's soul.

Readers seemed to have really enjoyed that a lot and now Cameron is at it again, this time sharing her personal life and insights with her best friend Heather Dorff (along with other scream queens, including Danielle Inks).

The new web series Scream Queen Stream premiered last Friday and new episodes will hit the web every Friday at 11:00 am. Check out all the details below.

From The Press Release
Jessica Cameron and Heather Dorff are scream queens and best friends who have been tearing up Los Angeles for the last few years with their legendary exploits, which their legions of fans have been rabidly following on social media. Now the dynamic duo of indie horror is set to bring their adventures to an even wider audience through Scream Queen Stream, a brand new variety show that will showcase their amazing lives like never before.

Every Friday at 11:00 AM Scream Queen Stream will premier an epic new adventure featuring everybody's favorite scream queens, Jessica Cameron and Heather Dorff. You will see the two try to cook, and fail spectacularly at it! You will see #drunkdorff in action and on the sauce! You will get to experience all the trouble these two crazy young gals can possibly get into from the safety of your own home!

Excess Flesh (2015) review

Excess FleshReviewed by Seth Metoyer

Excess Flesh is a slow moving thriller from director/co-writer Patrick Kennelly that attempts to shine a spotlight on body image issues with its social commentary but does so in an underwhelming fashion.

The film is mostly centralized on two women living in an apartment together. One is Jennifer (Mary Loveless), a thin, annoying party slut, and Jill (Bethany Orr), the less than attractive roommate who is verbally tormented about her weight by Jennifer. Jill reacts to this treatment by binge eating, puking and hitting herself as she eventually slides into a pit of insanity.

After Jill gets her ass kicked by the evil verbally abusive roomie, she reaches her breaking point and decides to chain the bitch to the wall in the apartment — taunting her with yummy cake and insane banter. There's a boyfriend thrown into the movie which only adds an annoying distraction to the already long, drawn out scenes throughout the film.

The movie is an hour and forty-three minutes long, and in all honesty might have been more effective as a run of the mill short film. The filmmakers seemed to think the viewers wouldn't be able to grasp the magnitude of the over indulgence of food, so they added slow motion shots in order to put a painful exclamation point on it. There was one scene where we see Jill stuff her face while hitting herself over and over again that felt like an eternity. We get it, she's overeating and hitting herself. Do we really need it to drag on for what felt like at least six minutes?

The acting in Excess Flesh was bearable. Mary Loveless did a fine job as the irritating Jennifer. She acted the part wonderfully or simply played herself — either way she induced a reaction that made me want to smack the food out of her mouth every time I saw a close-up of her eating or yammering with her mouth full. Her bitchy persona was on point and even as she was shackled to the wall I never really felt that sorry for her. Maybe I wasn't supposed to. Bethany Orr played a solid mentally disturbed basic girl with low self-esteem and was convincing as someone whose cheese slid off the cracker.

Ghostbusters Reveals Nasty Potential Villain

Strap on your proton pack and get your ghost traps ready. After years of rumors and speculation, they're finally pulling the trigger on Ghostbusters, the new reboot of the horror-comedy classic. It's been a long time in the works and now the latest adventure of everyone's favorite team of paranormal investigators is right around the corner and looking better than ever.

This very site reported a while back about Bill Murray considering a third movie a "crock," but apparently Dr. Venkman is perfectly fine with a full-on reboot. The whole crew (well, the surviving members) of the previous Ghostbusters movies seem to have given their blessing to the upcoming movie. Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Ernie Hudson all set to make cameos in new film along with Sigourney Weaver and original secretary Annie Potts.

Despite receiving plenty of casting information and a host of stills from the movie, there are very few details about the plot itself. What we do know is that this edition will feature an all-female cast with Kristin Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Saturday Night Live's Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones, with Bridesmaids director Paul Feig at the helm. This will be the first reunion between Feig and Wiig since the 2011 surprise hit, so we're looking forward to seeing them work together again.

While news on the story behind the movie might be scant, one outlet has released a new set of images from this year’s New York ToyFare, and they may have revealed the big bad guy from the upcoming movie. The terrifying winged demon, with its exposed ribcage and menacing claws, looks much darker than the doglike Zuul or the sultry Gozer from the first movie. It gives us the impression that this ghost-hunting adventure might be a little heavier on the scares than previous outings. It also seems that the actual white ghost from the iconic “No Ghosts” logo will be making its own appearance, although we suspect that might be in more of a goofy, “Slimer” capacity than an antagonistic one.

Burying the Ex (2014) review

Burying The ExReviewed by Kevin Scott,

Burying the Ex (2014)
Written by: Alan Trezza
Directed by: Joe Dante
Cast: Anton Yelchin (Max), Alexandra Daddario (Olivia), Ashley Greene (Evelyn), Oliver Cooper (Travis)

Breaking up is tough all the way around. Yeah right, usually of all the misery is one sided. The one who lowers the hammer of heartbreak and the other who is left to pick up the pieces. That’s usually the way it goes down, but not always. On occasion there are really, really nice guys who suffer through a bad relationship (sometimes an entire lifetime) because there just doesn’t seem to be a way out without sorrow, a feeling of betrayal, or an amped up display of crazy. Typically it’s a combo of all three.

Enter Max. He’s a really nice guy who loves horror movies and even works at an eclectic little horror themed brick a brack shop in Los Angeles. Max has dreams of opening his own shop someday. His serious girlfriend Evelyn is easy on the eyes, but really hard on one’s individuality. She’s not the succubus that I’ve seen some of my friends end up with, it’s more deceptively subtle than that. The kind of girl that, over time makes the unsuspecting victim just another one of her accessories instead of a significant other. Max is one of the lucky ones, and sees it coming. He just doesn’t know how to break it off clean.

I’ll admit Evelyn is no Judith from “Saving Silverman”. I actually didn’t hate her so much when she ran Max’s skeezy but likeable step brother Travis out of their house, not even when she forced her eco minded philosophies on Max did I not feel anything but pity for what was about to befall her. When she defaces his horror memorabilia and embarrasses him publicly, it was then I knew she didn’t deserve to live. Well, she doesn’t, and actually buys the farm by taking the bus.

Home Invasion thriller 'Intruders' releasing on DVD March 1

By Seth Metoyer

The home invasion film Intruders, being hailed as 'Panic Room' meets 'You're Next', releases on DVD March 1st, 2016.

I'm really digging the cover art on this release. Check out the release details below.

Starring: Beth Riesgraf, Jack Kesy, Martin Starr (Dead Snow), Rory Culkin
Directed by: Adam Schindler
Producers: Steven Schneider, Jeff Rice, Lati Grobman, Erik Olsen
Executive Producers: Tommy Vlahopoulos, Christa Campbell, Matthew Lamothe,
Brian Netto, Rob Van Norden

Plot synopsis
“Anna (Beth Riesgraf) suffers from agoraphobia so crippling that when a trio of criminals break into her house, she cannot bring herself to flee. But what the intruders don’t realize is that agoraphobia is not her only psychosis.”

From The Press Release
PANIC ROOM meets YOU'RE NEXT in this gripping home invasion horror-thriller, full of shocks and surprises. After three criminals, including fan favorite Martin Starr, break into a supposedly empty house, they find themselves in a deadly game of cat and mouse with the occupant, a shy young woman with a few nasty tricks of her own to play on the invaders.

'Night of the Slasher' is a horror short to watch for at SXSW

Night of the Slasher
By Seth Metoyer

The award-winning short film Night of the Slasher (review) has been selected at SXSW and will have 3 screenings with a Q & A.

Night of the Slasher was one of the films that our MoreHorror Hollywood Correspondent Jonathan Weichsel spoke highly of when he caught a screening of it at Screamfest 2015.

If you're going to be attending this year's SXSW be sure this film is on your radar. Check out the official details and trailer below.

Starring Lily Berlina (the Slasher girl), Scott Javore (the Bait), and Adam Lesar (the Killer), Night of the Slasher is written and directed by Shant Hamassian, produced by Adam Lesar, Eve Constance, and Shant Hamassian. Cinematography by Eli Tahan, Visual FX by Alessandro Schiassi & Michaelangelo Frisoni, and Music by Simon Michel.

From The Press Release
Multi award-winning short film and media sensation, Night of the Slasher, written and directed by Shant Hamassian, has been selected at SXSW 2016. Three screenings are scheduled during the festival. The filmmaker and members of his team will be in attendance for a Q & A.

The film that DREAD CENTRAL says “Really needs to be seen by all lovers of the ‘girl alone’ setup in fright flicks” has already played in 110 festivals, won over 30 awards, and competed at two Oscar® qualifying festivals; the St. Louis International Film Festival in Missouri, USA and the Foyle Film Festival in Ireland. Horror Freak News placed it as the #1 Horror Short of 2015. The article along with others have gone viral and spread the news to 1.5 million Facebook feeds.

Women In Horror Month celebrates its bloody 7th year

WIHM 2016
by Seth Metoyer

It's February 2016 and time again to shine a direct spotlight on Women In Horror Month, now in it's 7th year.

Although I strongly support women in horror all year long, February has become a great way to collectively focus and celebrate the outstanding achievements by females in horror.

Below I have included the official press release from Twisted Twins Productions about this years WIHM which includes details about this years Massive Blood Drive PSA Anthology (which can bee watched at the end of this article).

In addition, I've included a press release that was sent over about one of the short films in this years WIHM Antology, Bloody Burlesque, written and directed by Patricia Chica.

As always, you can find more details about WIHM by visiting the official website

Women In Horror Month 7th Annual Massive Blood Drive PSA Anthology

From The Press Release
February 1st marks the commencement of, once again, Women In Horror Month, now in it's 7th year. It's a time to celebrate the outstanding achievements by feminists out there and shine a light on the gender under representation that we still struggle with.

It's also a time for giving back.

Twisted Twins Productions has for the past seven years worked with Women in Horror Month and taken this as an opportunity to shine light on a very important and dire need. Blood.


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