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Sorority Party Massacre PosterHot sorority babes are begging to be murdered in Anchor Bay Entertainment's Sorority Party Massacre. To celebrate the hot mess carnage DVD release on February 11, 2014, we have two DVDs to give away.

As usual entering is as easy as slitting the throat of a slutty sorority girl. Simply email your full name and physical address to sororitydvdgiveaway[at]morehorror.com with the subject line of Sorority Party Massacre Giveaway. To be eligible you must live in the US, be 18 years or older and sorry, no PO Boxes. Winners will be chosen randomly and product will ship directly from Anchor Bay. Good luck!

From The Press Release:
Get Ready for Girls’ Fright Out On DVD Starting February 11, 2014

Beautiful sorority babes. An isolated island with nowhere to hide. A crazed killer targeting them one-by-one. Ah, the joys of higher learning... On February 11, 2014, Anchor Bay Entertainment unleashes Sorority Party Massacre, a master class in girls, gore, carnage and comedy. Guaranteed to tutor you in terror, Sorority Party Massacre will be available on DVD for an MSRP of $22.98.

An isolated town full of sexy college girls has a dangerous secret: one girl has gone missing each year for the last 20 years. A big-city cop, in danger of losing his badge, agrees to aid the town’s sheriff in investigating these unsolved disappearances. Quickly they realize that they are dealing with a psychotic killer whose brilliance has been twisted into a taste for terror, torture and sorority sister torment. But when this party gets started, who will graduate – and who will be held back?

Directed by Chris W. Freeman and Justin Jones, and featuring a headline cast including Tom Downey (Mirror Image), Kevin Sorbo (“Hercules: The Legendary Journeys”), Ed O'Ross (“Six Feet Under”), Leslie Easterbrook (The Devil’s Rejects), Richard Moll (“Cold Case”), adult film legend Ron Jeremy and new Scream Queens Marissa Skell, Eve Mauro and Yvette Yates, Sorority Party Massacre teaches old school terror exploitation. This party is comedy camp at its shocking, slashing, sexy best!

Dario Argento’s Dracula (2012) Review

Dracula 3DReview written by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

Dario Argento’s Dracula (2012)
Director: Dario Argento
Screenplay: Dario Argento, Enrique Cerezo, Stefano Piani, Antonio Tentori, Bram Stoker
Cast: Thomas Kretschmann (Dracula), Marta Gastini (Mina), Asia Argento (Lucy), Unax Ugalde (Jonathan), Rutger Hauer (Van Helsing)

It took me a while to warm up to Francis Ford Coppola’s take on Dracula from 1992. No cape, and morphing from an old guy in a geisha outfit to one of the Doobie Brothers in a Victorian pimp suit. I was accustomed to the refined stylings of Christopher Lee and Frank Langella. I’m glad, because even more takes on the classic vampire tale would follow, and being a purist just isn’t conducive to having an open mind.

There have been Italian vampire tales before, but never by the master of the giallo himself. I’ve got a good friend who summed up Italian horror cinema perfectly. It almost seems like those films were made on a different planet other than Earth. When I read about “Argento’s Dracula” aka “Dracula 3D”, I thought the unconventional tropes of the giallo would be a perfect fit for accessorizing a tale told many times over. Unbridled sexuality, stylized violence, and that great, classic bright red blood could only make what would normally be a good Dracula film absolutely amazing in every way. So what do I think that we ended up with here? A really good B movie.

I don’t know what Dario Argento was going for, but I kept thinking that this would be perfect to showcase on Elvira’s Movie Macabre if it had been made 40 years ago. The look is perfect, the dubbed dialogue is spot on, and the special effects are about ten years behind the curve, so it the goal was an eclectic polished art house film or an epic period piece, one might call it a failure. I’m an optimist however, so I’m calling it a success as a stellar midnight movie treat from a true horror master. Argento might be the twilight of his career, and the weirdness of Italian horror cinema has become a well- known genre instead of the rare gems of VHS craziness they used to be, but his artistic eye is still the same.

Grindhouse, Horror, Exploitation and more; First annual Frolic Screening Series kicks off in March

If you are a fan of grindhouse, horror, erotica and exploitation films, you won't want to miss the first annual Frolic Screening Series in Hollywood. The screening will be held on March 5, 2014 starting at 6pm. Tickets are only 10 bucks each (cash only), so if you are in or near the LA area, hit this event up! Read all the details below.

From The Press Release

Frolic Pictures is pleased to announce that MouthKiss Video and Beyond Filth Productions have teamed together to bring you the highly anticipated first Annual Frolic Screening Series. A night of grindhouse, horror, erotica, exploitation, modern cult cinema and go-go girls from beyond infinity!

7 hours of underground films, hosted by Adam Trash, starting off at 6pm with the neo-grindhouse two-strip Technicolor romp, Climb It, Tarzan! (one of the only films featuring an all-female cast) followed by 2009 Coney Island documentary short Meet the Freaks at Dreamland. Then, at 7:15pm, Professor Creepy's Scream Party, written and directed by guest host Dave Shelton. Then, the film you’re afraid to see, but shouldn’t be, the modern cult phenomena in stark black and white, 8 Reels of Sewage. The grind then continues with the critically acclaimed horror film, Slink, at 9:30pm, immediately followed by supporting actress Marylyn Brooks’ groundbreaking band, Bizarra, at 10:50pm. Then, at 11:10pm; the new slasher-comedy that’s yet to be released; Teachers' Day – the 73 minutes of ring-pop terror you’ve waited several years for.

Then, after midnight, the Hollywood a GoGo after party, which is worth the price of admission alone, the one-hour, non-stop, go-go girl bonanza, a new film about a wayout craze. And lastly, a nightcap with hip-hop artist Sean Gibson, sending us home, aroused, with his closing number.

Video Violence (1987) Review

Video Violence Review by Chris Wright, MoreHorror.com

“Video Violence” (1987)
Directed By: Gary P. Cohen
Written By: Gary P. Cohen & Paul Kaye

Starring: Art Neill (Steven Emory), Jackie Neill (Rachel Emory), Gary Schwartz (1st Store Owner), Chick Kaplan (2nd Store Owner), Bart Sumner (Howard), Uke (Eli), Paige Price (1st Victim), Robin Leeds (Customer), Kevin Haver (Rick Carlson), Bill Biach (1st Yokel), Joseph Kordos (Reggie Hobbs), Chris Williams (Desk Sergeant), William Toddie (Chief of Police), Ricky Kotch (Young Boy), Jennifer Biach (Dog)

Some horror fans are immediately turned off by direct to video films. Moreover, some are turned off as soon as they hear a film was shot on video as well as low budget. I find this film perseveres above the pack compared to many like those described above which I have seen in the past. I naturally have a soft spot for low budget flicks but I will vilify the film if it is just horrible entirely. Thankfully, “Video Violence” is not like other flicks that I will have to bash, because it was fairly enjoyable throughout! Plus how nostalgic is it to have a film center around something extinct now like a video rental store?

The plot is a husband and wife decides to open up a video rental store in a new town. They find it strange when the people there only want to rent horror films and most being shot on video low budget films. They soon figure out what is going on as the videos in the store look more realistic than fake. Now this has cheesy plot written all over it but thankfully the film already knows that! The characters are fairly one dimensional but who cares? Most all of them are a riot in the movie. Camp Video around this time had a tendency to cater to a market that didn’t mind films that were over the top gory and eerie at the same time.

What makes me praise this shot on video the most is how realistic the gore is. This is a film that I highly doubt was given any sizable amount of money to make yet they pulled off the special effects. It’s when I see films like this, it reinforces my belief that practical effects trump a film that only uses CGI. One of the best examples of this is when one of the rental store owners is watching an Indy horror film about a vampire trying to get a bride. The movie she is watching is truly terrible but the gore was phenomenal. The vampire actually exposes her intestines and it looks realistic!

'Scorned' Blu-ray Giveaway and release details

Scornedby MoreHorror.com

It all started with a text…and now we have a couple Scorned Blu-ray's to give away thanks to the kind peeps at Anchor Bay.

Scorned was directed by Mark Jones, director and writer of the genre favorite Leprechaun and stars AnnaLynne McCord and Billy Zane.

To enter for a chance to win a copy of Scorned on Blu-ray, simply email scornedgiveaway[at]morehorror.com with the subject title Scorned Giveaway along with your full name and physical address. You must be 18 or over, live in the US and sorry no PO Boxes to qualify. Winners will be chosen at random. Check out the full details below about the release of Scorned, coming February 4, 2014. Good luck!

From The Press Release
William Congreve once wrote: “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.” Bill, hang on to your plume because you’re about to meet Sadie… On February 4, 2014, Anchor Bay Films releases Scorned, a story guaranteed to make any man eternally faithful! Directed by Mark Jones, director and writer of the cult favorite Leprechaun series. It will be available On Demand across select cable providers and for digital download across iTunes, Xbox and VUDU.

Sadie (AnnaLynne McCord, 2nd Place, Fangoria Chainsaw Award for Best Actress: Excision) and Kevin (Billy Zane, Electrick Children, Titanic, Dead Calm) have decided to spend a romantic weekend together at his lake house. But when an unexpected – and unfortunate – text from her best friend Jennifer (Viva Bianca, “Spartacus: War of the Damned”) to Kevin reveals a lurid love affair between the two, Sadie spirals into a hunger for revenge that is without mercy.

'Fear, INC' invades stars of 'The Human Centipede' and 'Ritual'

Fear, INCby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

If you have 4 minutes to kill (I know you do), check out the creepy and stylish short film Fear, INC.

Fear, INC stars the gorgeous Ashlynn Yennie (The Human Centipede) and Dean Cates (Ritual). Click play on the video below the details and enjoy.

From The Press Release
Ashlynn Yennie (The Human Centipede) and Dean Cates (Ritual) star in “Fear, Inc.”, a horror short film released by Lone Suspect Productions today. The film, about a couple who attempts to hire a company to create a custom scare, asks the question “how scared do you REALLY wanna be?”

“Fear, Inc.” is written by Luke Barnett and directed by Vincent Masciale, whose recent Funny or Die films “A Message to Aaron Sorkin” and “Bud Selig Must Die”, featuring Tony Hale (Arrested Development) and Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite), gained viral status and rave reviews from Entertainment Weekly, The Huffington Post, and Perez Hilton, among others.

Lone Suspect is currently in development on a feature length version of “Fear, Inc.”

'Virginia Obscura' scores North American distribution; New trailer released

Virginia Obscuraby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

The giallo-style horror film Virginia Obscura had obtained North American distribution through Full Moon and Wizard Studios. Check out all the bloody details below.

From The Press Release
"Virginia Obscura" has scored North American distribution with Full Moon and Wizard Studios!

The twisty grindhouse-meets-arthouse giallo-style horror film -- which stars Matt Mitler (THE MUTILATOR, BASKETCASE 2), Thomas Kovacs (MY BLOODY VALENTINE, SCANNERS), Linnea Quigley (RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD, CREEPOZOIDS), Jessica Cameron (SILENT NIGHT, TRUTH OR DARE), Christopher Marrone (PLUS ONE, ABRAHAM LINCOLN VS. ZOMBIES), and new blood: Jennie Brown and Ed Conrade -- was selected and signed by Full Moon for the first wave of new releases by Wizard Studios.

In the 1980s, Wizard Video distributed the cult classic horror films TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE, ZOMBIE, and THE DRILLER KILLER.

Now the iconic Wizard label is being relaunched by Charles Band (producer of GHOULIES, RE-ANIMATOR, TROLL, CREEPOZOIDS, DOLLS, TOURIST TRAP and many more) and his company Full Moon Features (best known for the PUPPET MASTER series, along with its other horror franchises: GINGERDEAD MAN, DEMONIC TOYS, SUBSPECIES, KILLJOY) with a focus on rising indie filmmakers and their cutting-edge genre films.

'Dead Snow; Red vs. Dead' lands distribution

Dead Snow Red Vs Deadby Scarlett Redgrave, MoreHorror.com

The highly anticipated follow up to the surprise genre hit Dead Snow, DEAD SNOW; RED VS. DEAD, has been picked up for distribution. While screening at this years Sundance Film Festival, Well Go USA Entertainment snagged the U.S. rights to the film. Check out all the details below!

From The Press Release
In a competitive situation at Sundance, distributor Well Go USA Entertainment has picked up U.S. rights to the Park City at Midnight crowd favorite, DEAD SNOW; RED VS. DEAD, the sequel to the successful cult hit DEAD SNOW, which debuted at Sundance in 2009. The Norwegian and English-language film was written and directed by Tommy Wirkola and stars Martin Starr, Vegar Hoel, Ingrid Haas, Stig Frode Henriksen, Jocelyn DeBoer and Ørjan Gamst. Kjetil Omberg and Terje Stroemstad of Tappeluft Pictures produced the film. XYZ Films’ Nick Spicer and Todd Brown executive produced, along with Wayne Godfrey from The Fyzz, which also provided a portion of the financing for the film.

Filmed in all-English simultaneously to the half-Norwegian, half-English version that was shown at Sundance, Well Go USA Entertainment will release the all-English version. The company plans to announce a domestic release date shortly.

If the worst day of your life consisted of accidentally killing your girlfriend with an axe, chain-sawing your own arm off, and watching in horror as your closest friends were devoured by a zombified Nazi battalion, you’d have to assume that things couldn’t get much worse. In Martin’s case, that was only the beginning. Picking up immediately where the original left off, DEAD SNOW; RED VS. DEAD wastes no time getting right to the gore-filled action, leaving a bloody trail of intestines in its wake.

The deal, which marks one of the largest U.S. sales ever for a Norwegian film, was brokered by Well Go USA Entertainment President Doris Pfardrescher with CAA, XYZ Films’ Nate Bolotin, and Elle Driver on behalf of the filmmakers. Elle Driver also represents the film’s international distribution rights.

Tristan Risk lands lead in 'Love Sick'

Tristan Risk Love Sickby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

If you aren't a fan of Tristan Risk yet, trust me, you will be. Miss Risk took the genre by storm with her amazing portrayal of Beatress Johnson in American Mary, and now she's landed head over heals as the lead role of Rebecca in the upcoming feature film Love Sick.

You can check out a peek inside the world of Love Sick below the official details.

From The Press Release
Polluted Pictures is proud to announce that Tristan Risk (American Mary) has signed on as the lead role of Rebecca in their feature film production, “Love Sick.”

“Love Sick” is the story of Rebecca and Marcus who “have been together for 10 years and after much deliberation have decided to part ways. After separating and being with others, they quickly realize how hard it is to disconnect from one another. The pain, lies, and betrayal all begin to manifest physically within the both of them as well as infect the others who have become involved with intimately. They love each other so much that it hurts... some more than others.”

Risk says, “After watching the proof of concept piece (M is for Marriage) and reading the feature script, I became really excited. I love a good slasher horror but Love Sick is different: It has the ability to haunt you well after you’ve seen it. It leaves you questioning your own relationships, makes you wonder how well you know those closest to you, and what horrors lay just beneath the surface.”

“I saw her other worldly performance in American Mary and thought immediately that I had to work with her on Love Sick,” says Writer / Director Todd Freeman. “While talking with her about the script and the character of Rebecca, it became even more obvious that it was a perfect marriage of actor to material. I saw the character of Rebecca on the (Skype) screen for the first time and, quite honestly, it was electric. I can’t wait for people to see her dissolve into this role. It’s a goopy mess of a movie and Tristan is front and center for the entire run time. Genre fans have a lot to look forward to.”

Dream Home (2010) Film Review

Dream Home 2011 Movie CoverWritten by Brandy Bunce

Look back at your childhood and how you imagined yourself as an adult, did you come even close to that expectation in reality? Sometimes in life we place our bar of expectation too high and thanks to the help of the economy, lack of the proper skills or our own bad choices in life those goals are impossible to meet.

Dream Home is all about one woman’s childhood goal of owning her dream home in a time when housing prices in Hong Kong are astronomical, the daily struggles she has to endure and the morbid measures she is willing to go to, to make her dream come true. If you like the typical blood, sex, occasional drug use with a humorous undertone at times in your slasher films, then this one is definitely for you.

Directed by Ho-Cheung Pang and starring Cheng Lai –Sheung, this film is the perfect mix of sympathetic drama and slasher style killings throughout. There are two things I will warn you about this film, the film is in Chinese so if you are not a fan of subtitles, you may want to take a pass on watching it. The second being at the beginning of the film we see “based on a true story” come up, the film is based off of the financial issues of owning a home in Hong Kong and the experience the director had in trying to obtain his own home but that’s where the truth ends. The plot and killings that take place throughout the film are completely fictitious; no need to lock your doors there is no home-loving murderess on the loose.

With that being said this film is worth seeing, it’s has a great use of cinematography and editing, the acting is well done and isn’t forced, plus the creativity in the kills throughout the film make it more than worth your time. Cheng Lai-Sheung does a great job playing a character that is likeable despite her need to kill, she really fits the phrase ‘you can’t judge a book by its cover’. She tugs on the audience’s heart strings with her need to live out a childhood dream, something we can all identify with; yet she doesn’t disappoint with the slasher-tastic, blood splatter filled scenes a horror movie fan craves.


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