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The Keep (1983) Review

The Keep 1983 PosterReview Written by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

It’s really weird to watch something from the era of your formidable years as a young horror fan that you didn’t seen back then. It’s a little liberating in a way. The rose colored glasses of sweet, sweet nostalgia come off, and instead of reminding you of that first trip to the movies to see something that wasn’t animated and didn’t have muppets in it, everything just looks dated as all get out.

Before I really get into The Keep, just let me say that this was directed by Michael “Miami Vice” Mann. Who would later go on not only to make the five o’clock shadow fashionable, but make some really good films after that. I read that he disowned this film. That always saddens me a bit when I hear it. For two reasons. For somebody out there, that film means the world. They have had every incarnation of it from Beta to Blu Ray, and maybe even went to the dark side and got a bootleg copy if it wasn’t available through mainstream avenues. Also, that film that the filmmaker despises may have been instrumental, in varying degrees to where they are now and the success, fame, and money they enjoy. Whether it was skills learned during production or an important person that they met while filming along the way, every step is important. So I humbly and respectfully say to the filmmakers, please don’t disown your films. Just sign the fan’s piece of memorabilia at the horror con, and grin and bear it. They deserve the courtesy.

The plot of “The Keep” is really pretty cool. World War II German soldiers take control of an unconventional structure in the mountains of Romania. The structure is a “keep”, something that is intended not as a fortress to keep everyone out, but as a carefully designed prison to keep something otherworldly in. The first wave of German soldiers are led by Klaus Woermann (Jurgen Prochnow). A civilized soldier that ask questions first, and shoots later. He does however completely disregard the warning from the keep caretaker about what not to do. There are several silver crosses that adorn the inside of the walls, and they go way past just being ornamental. When one is removed, and ancient demon is set free. Now, I did say that this was a World War II movie, so I’ve got to have some evil Nazis, and we do. They show up a little after the first group of German soldiers, and like Nazis do, bully people and are generally nasty warmongers. The most nasty of them all is the Nazi commander Eric Kaempffer (Gabriel Byrne). Just to make the cocktail a little more volatile, let’s throw in a Jewish historian, Dr. Theodore Cuza (Sir Ian McKellen) and his daughter, Eva (Alberta Watson) to decipher the writings on the keep walls.

HEIR descends onto Kickstarter

HEIRFatal Pictures has unveiled a Kickstarter campaign for their final short film HEIR. The film promises to be gory, horrific and monstrous and will showcase practical FX.

Produced by Fatal Pictures in association with Red Sneakers Media, "HEIR" is the final entry in their "Box Cutter Trilogy", a trio of linked shorts each representing “different theories on the origin and operation of sociopaths,” and is looking to raise $17,000.

The first two shorts, WORM and FAMILIAR have received excellent reviews from around the genre. (Check out our review of Familiar). Also be sure to read our exclusive interview with some of the heavy hitters of HEIR here.

Be sure to check out the HEIR Kickstarter campaign to see how you can get involved and be part of the making of this film. They are offering some great perks!

Credits
Starring, The Emmy award winning Bill Oberst Jr. (ABRAHAM LINCOLN VS. ZOMBIES, TAKE THIS LOLLIPOP & CHILDREN OF SORROW) & Robert Nolan (WORM, SICK, FAMILIAR) Written & Directed by Richard Powell (CONSUMPTION, WORM, & FAMILIAR) Produced by Zach Green (CONSUMPTION, WORM, & FAMILIAR) Marc Roussel & Ron Basch (REMOTE, ELUSIVE MAN & THE SWEETEST HIPPOPOTAMUS) & Richard Powell Associate Producer Heather Wixson (Founder CINEMAYHEM FILM FESTIVAL, Journalist DREAD CENTRAL) Associate Producer Seth Metoyer (CELL COUNT, TEACHERS' DAY & SLINK) Special Effects by The Butcher Shop (FAMILIAR) Cinematography by Michael Davidson (SICK, FAMILIAR) Editing by John Nicholls (SEX AFTER KIDS, THE SWEETEST HIPPOPOTAMUS) Music & Sound Design by Bernie Greenspoon (CONSUMPTION, WORM, & FAMILIAR)

Dog Soldiers (2002) Review

Dog Soldiers CoverReview Written by Chris Wright, MoreHorror.com

“Dog Soldiers” (2002)
Directed By: Neil Marshall
Written By: Neil Marshall

Starring: Sean Pertwee (Sgt. Harry Wells), Kevin McKidd (Pvt. Cooper), Emma Cleasby (Megan), Liam Cunningham (Capt. Ryan), Thomas Lockyer (Cpl. Bruce Campbell), Darren Morfitt (‘Spoon’ Witherspoon), Chris Robson(Pvt. Joe Kirkley), Leslie Simpson (Pvt. Terry Milburn), Tina Landini (Camper), Craig Conway (Camper), Vilrikke’s Acer (Sam the Dog), Bryn Walters (Werewolf), Ben Wright (Werewolf), Brian Claxton Payne (Werewolf)

Werewolf movies can truly be hits and misses. They are like slasher movies because you feel like you are watching the same plot in every movie that is made about them. This movie is unique as it breaks apart from the traditional format for werewolves in the conventional sense. Thankfully, it is very difficult to get bored during this British horror film!

The plot begins with a group of British military men on a training mission in the Scotland wilderness but are soon plagued by werewolves who roam the region as the soldiers’ new mission is to get out alive. What I love about this movie is the setting because the Scottish wilderness was a great setting for werewolf atmosphere!

The characters are all fairly likable and the ones that aren’t likeable do their job of making you not like them. This movie isn’t filled with known actors which, to me, make this a good movie preventing people from pre-judging it before they even watch it. The only actor I know is Sean Pertwee and I know him because his dad was on Doctor Who! The banter among the military squad men is oftentimes hilarious…. What am I saying? The whole dialogue in the movie is brilliant! The movie is serious but at times doesn’t take itself too seriously.

What I particularly like about this movie something that I bash quite heavily in many 21st century movies and that is the influx of teen angst to liven up a movie. I am so thankful this movie doesn’t have a single solitary teenager in it! “Dog Soldiers” doesn’t have an ounce of unnecessary romance but focuses solely on action, suspense and some gore along with acting. This movie is how you do a good modern werewolf movie! I believe the recent remake flick “The Howling: Reborn” did the opposite of all this and, thankfully, hardly anybody likes it.

'Truth or Dare' takes home 4 awards at Shockfest Film Festival

Truth of Dare Shockfest Film Festivalby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Jessica Cameron's directorial debut Truth of Dare keeps tearing up the horror festival circuit.

Last weekend the film brought home 4 awards at Shockfest Film Festival, including Best Director. Check out all the details below, as well as a POV acceptance speech from Cameron herself.

From the Official Release:
Jessica Cameron’s directorial debut, Truth or Dare won 4 awards at Shockfest Film Festival on Saturday, January 11th. The vicious torture flick had 9 nominations and Cameron herself won Best Director and Best Actress. Co-star Devanny Pinn won Best Supporting Actress, a.k.a “Sexiest Shockfest Sweetheart” and Ryan Kiser’s chilling portrayal of “Derik B. Smith” earned him a Best Actor award.

The Truth or Dare screening attracted many a-listers in the indie horror scene including Big-Ass Spider director Mike Mendez, ColdWater director/writer Dave Parker, Isle of Dogs director Tammi Sutton, and Charles de Lauzirika who produced Blade Runner Final Cut and directed Crave.

Cameron, who is very active on social media, decided to record her Best Director acceptance speech in a POV style at the request of her Twitter followers. The result can be seen below:

Truth or Dare, which Cameron co-wrote and produced with Jonathan Higgins, has now won 13 awards, 3 of which are for “Best Feature.” It can next be seen at the Macabre Faire Film Festival in Long Island, NY on Sunday, January 19th at 5:40pm. Anyone in or around Kansas City, MO will be able to catch Truth or Dare at Panic Film Fest on February 1st at 9:45pm. Truth or Dare will also be screened at two conventions which Cameron will be attending. The Twisted Terror Convention in Sacramento, CA Mar. 29th - 30th and the Marble City Comic Con in Knoxville, TN on April 11th - 13th. Exact screening times and dates are TBD.

When asked about the 4 wins at Shockfest, Cameron responded with:

“I am so honored that ‘Truth or Dare’ screened at my favorite LA horror film festival, Shockfest. To win Best Actor and Best Director in my directorial debut is more than I could have ever hoped. I’m so excited to see my fellow actors, Ryan Kiser and Devanny Pinn win awards for my film since they worked so hard and gave dynamic performances.”

The plot of the film revolves around 6 friends who find internet stardom when they make “truth or dare” videos online. It is all fun and games until their number one fan decides he wants to play. Nothing is what it seems, and everyone has something to hide…

Some of the Sexiest Actresses of Horror

Jennifer Love HewittThere's always been something about popular horror films that's undeniably sexy. It may seem weird to someone who's not a fan of the genre to consider that the creepy themes, jolting frights and even slasher sagas often have sexual elements. But more often than not, it's true.

For some, it's simply the tie-in between heightened senses and sexuality. There are even scientific, psychological ties between fear, adrenaline and arousal that explain why something about getting scared out of your mind can be oddly sexy. Then of course there's also the fact that horror films are so common for date nights (it's just a great excuse to "comfort" one another).

In some cases the tie between horror and sex has become a bit more blatant. For example, there's no denying the sexualization of vampires in the Twilight series! Taking things a step further, Adam & Eve's adult video section even features a number of films that are inspired by popular horror films and shows. Did you know that "Buffy The Vampire Slayer: An XXX Parody" existed? Yeah, apparently she gets to use a stake in a, erm, different way.

In short, there's a clear connection between horror films and sex, and all of this calls to mind some of the hottest, most appealing female roles we've seen in horror films over the years. So with that in mind, and in celebration of the sexy side of horror, here's our look back at the 10 sexiest horror actresses of all time!

Creature Feature 'Dead Sea' trailer releases

Dead Sea posterby MoreHorror.com

Fresh of its Shockfest Hollywood premiere, the first official trailer for Dead Sea has released to the public. Check it out below the official release.

From The Press Release:
Origin Releasing and Micro Bay Features are proud to release the FULL TRAILER for their "Action Adventure Creature Feature" DEAD SEA.

This globe-spanning story follows a Marine Biologist who is thrust into the violent paranoia surrounding a town preparing for the return of an impending sacrifice to a legendary serpentine creature, in this case being a giant LAMPREY, said to have surfaced from hell during an earthquake.

The film stars Britt Griffith (Syfy's Ghosthunters, Ghosthunters International), James Jw Wiseman (The Deadliest Warrior), Devanny Pinn (The Black Dahlia Haunting, Truth or Dare), James Duval (Donnie Darko, Independence Day), Alexis Iacono (The Penny Dreadful Picture Show, World of Warcraft), Tawny Amber Young (Wonderland), Chanel Ryan (Bad Kids Go To Hell, BASEketball), Candace Kita (Barb Wire, Two and a Half Men), KJ McCormick (Syfy's Ghosthunters), Frederic Doss (Transformers, GI JOE The Rise of Cobra) and was directed by Shockfest 2012 "Best Director" Award Winner Brandon Slagle.

During the American Film Market (AFM) this past November, Variety Magazine named Dead Sea's poster's one of the "10 Most Outrageous" of the entire market. Additionally, Deadline Hollywood highlighted the film as part of their "Schlock Rocks" coverage at AFM.

Recently, at the 2014 Shockfest Film Festival at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, the trailer had its world premiere and was honored with the "Best World Premiere Trailer" award.

Micro Bay's previous feature film, The Black Dahlia Haunting, was produced on a mere $2000 USD and proceeded to outperform studio films on Redbox and in Retail outlets.

Darkness Becomes You in new HBO series 'True Detective'

True Detective Evidence Tape HBOBy Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

I've always found that there's often a fine line between a thriller, drama, and horror story. It's a debate that will continue to be had within the horror community, most likely forever. Is Silence of The Lambs horror? Is Se7en? How about Dexter? True Detective? Well, that's for you to decide. I personally find that many genres include hints or horror, or at least horrific plotlines and images.

It's not every day that a homicide evidence box arrives on the doorsteps of the MoreHorror office, but a couple days ago, one did. The outer box was labeled with bright orange stickers saying "Fragile, This Side Up." Inside the outer box was a completely sealed up old Bankers Box, complete with red evidence tape and an integrity seal. The large end label stated "Louisiana State Evidence." Upon opening the evidence box (because I'm an "authorized personnel" of course) and digging through the extensive bubble wrap, I pulled out a creepy wooden voodoo statue. You can see the photos below.

The mailing of course was a great promo from HBO for the upcoming series True Detective. The series, starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson premieres January 12, 2014.

Check out the photos of the promo, and a trailer from True Detective below the plot outline.

Be sure to see how Darkness touches you back at the official site here.

Plot Outline
In 2012, Louisiana State Police Detectives Rust Cohle and Martin Hart are brought in to revisit a homicide case they worked in 1995. As the inquiry unfolds in present day through separate interrogations, the two former detectives narrate the story of their investigation, reopening unhealed wounds, and drawing into question their supposed solving of a bizarre ritualistic murder in 1995. The timelines braid and converge in 2012 as each man is pulled back into a world they believed they'd left behind. In learning about each other and their killer, it becomes clear that darkness lives on both sides of the law.

Butcher Boys (2013) Review

Butcher Boys 2013Review written by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

Butcher Boys escaped me early on, and I for sure did not know that it was from the mind of Kim Henkel, the writer of the original “Texas Chainsaw Massacre”. I cannot begin to explain what high regard I have for that movie. Gritty 1970’s exploitation is my bag anyway, and that movie was a master stroke in the genre. It has only happened to a similar, but far lesser degree with “The Blair Witch Project” over twenty years later. Is it real? Did it actually happen? Am I going to be able to sit through this, or it is just going to be too much to take? TCM was like finding a filet mignon in a Spam can. I thought the meat metaphor would be appropriate. Brilliantly written, directed, and expertly shot by Daniel Pearl, with actors and locations whose deficiencies somehow became advantages.

So what do we have here? Butcher Boys is the cousin from the city in contrast to TCM’s less polished country ways. I’ve read that this was intended to be a sequel to the original, but doesn’t seem to exist in the same universe as TCM anyway. The writing credits go to Henkel and Jonathan Swift. Whose Jonathan Swift you say? Jonathan Swift (1667-1745), who was most famous for writing “Gulliver’s Travels”, also wrote a satirical pamphlet “A Modest Proposal” that describes the practical benefits to society of cannibalism. Particularly, it talks about poor people selling their children as food to the wealthy. In my opinion, Swift may have been Henkel’s muse, but that’s about far as it goes. We’re in Texas again and the film opens at an upscale eatery with kids that remind me why everyone hates teenager, until proven wrong. The rich kid is turning seventeen, and afterwards the part girl, Barbie (Tory Tompkins) gets into an altercation at a convenience store that leads to a chase to a neighborhood where no one goes on purpose. After hitting the dog of some gang members, things get hairy real fast.

This neighborhood is across the tracks and to the south of sanity. At the moment, it happens to be the stomping grounds for the Butcher Boys. Young guys with better hygiene and contemporary stylings that just happen to deal in human flesh. They not only are pushers for long pig, but ravenous partakers themselves. The dichotomy of these characters is the best thing about the film. I get a little “Hostel” vibe with all the hoity toity table settings for guests. There’s even a guy playing the organ in the club room where you get the feeling that it’s a good paying gig, but your life depends on your ability to keep a secret. I liked the weirdo mood it created in “Eyes Wide Shut”, and it was a nice nod here as well. The flip side of the coin is what appears to be the beginning of a gang rape, but ends up being a disturbing free for all feeding scene. It was a brilliant contrast.

Official 'Sorority Party Massacre' trailer and stills release

Sorority Party Massacre Posterby Scarlett Redgrave, MoreHorror.com

The new trailer and key art for Anchor Bay's upcoming release Sorority Party Massacre have been released.

Watch the trailer below the official details in addition to a few sexy promo photos.

From The Press Release
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.

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?

Grab your puke bags and PJ's because 'Truth Or Dare' is screening at Shockfest

Truth Or Dareby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

The Hollywood premiere of Jessica Cameron's horror film Truth or Dare will be screening on Friday, January 10th at 11:55 in Hollywood at Shockfest Film Festival (tickets still available but almost sold out).

To make the occasion even more special, there will be a pajama party. Nothing like a Hollywood "sleepover" while watching a gory horror flick.

Check out all the details below and if you are near the Hollywood area, be sure to check out this killer horror film festival.

From The Press Release
Are you ready for a pajama party and a bloody good horror movie? Scream Queen Jessica Cameron’s award-winning horror film, Truth or Dare is screening at the Shockfest Film Festival in Hollywood, CA on Friday, January 10th at 11:55 pm. The event will be held at Raleigh Studios, across from Paramount located at 5300 Melrose Ave. Hollywood, CA 90038.

The red carpet for the event starts at 10pm and it is going to be a pajama party so all guests are asked to arrive in the appropriate attire. Truth or Dare vomit bags will be provided to all in attendance. Director Cameron will be inviting guests to play a game of truth or dare with prizes such as limited edition t-shirts, pre-orders of the film, and signed photos of the cast.

Cameron’s vicious feature, who she co-wrote and produced with Jonathan Higgins, has won 9 awards, 3 of which are for “Best Feature.” The January event will mark the 8th year of the festival. Cameron and Higgins will be in attendance to present the film and host a Q & A after the screening along with actors Ryan Kiser and Devanny Pinn.

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