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Amityville 1992: It’s About Time (1992) Review

Reviewed by Chris Wright, MoreHorror.com

Directed By: Tony Randel
Written By: John G. Jones, Christopher DeFaria, Antonio Toro

Starring: Stephen Macht (Jacob Sterling), Shawn Weatherly (Andrea Livingston), Megan Ward (Lisa Sterling), Damon Martin (Rusty Sterling), Jonathan Penner (Dr. Leonard Stafford), Nita Talbot (Iris Wheeler), Dean Cochran (Andy)

Some horror fans automatically have a negative connotation attached to franchises with a lot of sequels. Moreover, some have antipathy toward direct to video sequels and make assumptions that because they were not in the theater that they are automatically going to be bad regardless. I have watched the entire original run of the Amityville movies and this could be argued as the best direct to video sequel of the lot. First released by Republic Pictures in 1992, “Amityville 1992” takes the premise of the book it is based on and gives a good outing to a dying franchise.

The plot is that Jacob Sterling brings back a vintage clock from his trip in NY near the Amityville house. Soon after, the Amityville curse inside the clock is unleashed upon the family. The premise follows the fourth movie’s idea of a piece of the Amityville House causing mischief inside another family’s home. Completely ignoring the fifth movie (and rightfully so), this movie goes a step further than the fourth sequel and makes it more scary again.

The acting is surprisingly good. Jacob Sterling’s (played by Stephen Macht) slow madness after being bit by a dog in his leg sends him spiraling on a path to destroy his own family. Andrea (Shawn Weatherly) and Rusty (Damon Martin) are good protagonists to wade through the insanity going on with Jacob and his daughter Lisa. The next door neighbor is played by veteran actress Nita Talbot (as Iris) who adds more mystery to the clock for Rusty.

'To Jennifer' release date and DVD artwork revealed

To Jennifer Jessica CameronBy Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

The upcoming feature film To Jennifer shot on iPhone 5 will be released on DVD and VOD October 15th. Check out the details below.

Joey suspects his girlfriend of two years, Jennifer, is cheating on him. He is so convinced that he enlists the help of his cousin Steven to create a Video Diary of his attempt to catch her in the act as well as to document the heartbreak she is putting him through. In an attempt to make her feel guilty, he intends to give this tape.

From the Official Release
TO JENNIFER, the first feature film shot, edited and distributed on the Iphone 5 finally has a release date as well as DVD artwork. To Jennifer is a realistic depiction of the lengths we go for vindication. The film has been well received by the press.

The film releases on DVD and VOD on October 15th the same day as Bressack's other film HATE CRIME (being released by UNEARTHED FILMS). An official APP for iphone 5 including the full film through APPLE and ZOOVISION will soon be released as well. Attached is the Cover art work for TO JENNIFER's DVD.

This is the third feature film by JAMES CULLEN BRESSACK, the writer and director of the film HATE CRIME. Shot entirely on the iphone 5, 'To Jennifer' stars Chuck Pappas, Jody Barton (Hate Crime), Jessica Cameron (Silent Night), Maria Olsen (Paranormal Activity 3) and James Cullen Bressack and features a cameo from American Mary's Tristan Risk. The film is being produced by Bressack, Pappas, and Jarret Cohen under the Psykik Junky Pictures umbrella.

Creature Feature film 'Dead Sea' in the works

Dead Sea horror filmBy Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

The upcoming action/creature feature Dead Sea from writer director Brandon Slagle is slated for a 2014 release. Look for the trailer and additional information to drop this fall. Stay tuned, and until then -- check out the details below as well as some screen grabs.

From the Official Release:
Origin Releasing and Micro Bay Features are proud to release the first stills from their upcoming action/creature feature "Dead Sea".

Written and directed by Brandon Slagle (2012 Shockfest Award Winner - Best Director, The Black Dahlia Haunting), "Dead Sea" follows a Marine Biologist who reluctantly returns to the town she grew up in only to encounter the violent paranoia that has overtaken its locals as they prepare for the return of a serpentine creature said to appear every thirty years to feed.

The science fiction thriller stars Alexis Iacono (The Penny Dreadful Picture Show, Blue Caprice), Britt Griffith (SyFy's Ghost Hunters), Devanny Pinn (Nude Nuns With Big Guns), James Duval (Independence Day, Donnie Darko), Chanel Ryan (Bad Kids Go to Hell, BASEketball), Candace Kita (Barb Wire, Nip/Tuck), Jw Wiseman (Deadliest Warrior), Tawny Amber Young (The Guilt Trip, Bloodsucka Jones), and KJ McCormick (SyFy's Ghost Hunters). Creature Effects are being provided by Phil Nichols of Facades FX Lab (Arlington Road, Boggy Creek, the upcoming Bigfoot Wars).

More information, including a trailer, will appear early this Fall as the film is readied for its theatrical premiere, to be followed by its home release in 2014.

Jessica Cameron joins cast of upcoming twisted OZ film 'BEDLAM STORIES'

by MoreHorror.com

Scream Queen Jessica Cameron has joined the cast of Peary Teo's dark and twisted horror film Bedlam Stories. The casting process for the film is still ongoing and Cameron will play the role of "Nurse Tilly". Check out the full details below as well as some very cool artwork.

From the Official Release:
Director Pearry Teo’s (Necromentia, The Gene Generation, and the upcoming The Dark Prince) newest twisted horror movie has added a seasoned indie veteran to their cast, Scream Queen Jessica Cameron.

About Bedlam Stories
Set in the 1920s, intrepid reporter Nelly Bly fakes insanity to gain admission into the infamous Bedlam Asylum. While researching her expose, Nellie meets a young patient, Dorothy, who has delusions of a fantasy land she calls “Oz.” Digging deeper into the dark history of the asylum, Nellie uncovers evidence of human experimentation on another inmate, a young girl named Alice, who’s “Wonderland” mirrored Dorothy’s imaginary world. Nellie is determined not to let Dorothy share Alice’s fate as a human guinea pig. But the horrific experiments open a portal to these other worlds. When the dark and twisted inhabitants of Oz and Wonderland clash for control, Nellie realizes that they aren't delusions at all they are terrifyingly real.

Cameron is known for the SyFy channel, Roger Corman film Camel Spiders, Steven C. Miller’s excellent remake Silent Night, the much talked about Mr. Hush, and will next be seen in her directorial debut, Truth or Dare. She is going to play the role of “Nurse Tilley.” While information about the film and it’s characters is limited, we do know that Nurse Tilley is “The last kind face you will see, but her eyes hint that she knows about the dark secrets and practices within the walls of Bedlam Asylum.”

Cameron joins the cast with actress Anna Harr who will be playing the titular role of Alice. Bedlam Stories is being produced under Pearry Teo’s company, Teo/Ward Productions and the film’s companion novel is to be released on September 15th of this year. You can expect an excellent art book for Bedlam to hit at some time in November.

Final short film from Fatal Pictures 'HEIR' to be released

HEIRby David Harkness, MoreHorror.com

FATAL PICTURES in association with RED SNEAKERS MEDIA is set to release their final short film “HEIR”. Check out the details below.

From Richard Powell and Zach Green’s Fatal Pictures, the company that brought you the critically acclaimed, award winning horror shorts WORM and FAMILIAR, comes their new and final short film “HEIR”, a touching tale of father and son. Starring the Emmy award winning Bill Oberst Jr. (ABRAHAM LINCOLN VS. ZOMBIES, CHILDREN OF SORROW, SQUEAL: BLOOD HARVEST) and Robert Nolan (SICK, WORM, FAMILIAR).

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

About HEIR
Combining the best and brightest of our previous film, FAMLIAIR, with new and accomplished collaborators (BILL OBERST JR, MARC ROUSSEL and RON BASCH from Red Sneakers Media), HEIR is set to be a disturbing, practical FX driven horror short which examines one of societies darkest taboos in a way only Fatal Pictures can. HEIR stands to be our darkest, sharpest and most successful film to date!

Under the Bed (2012) Review

Under The Bed Movie ReviewReviewed by Jesse Miller, MoreHorror.com

Shape-shifting entities hiding under the bed clamouring for your flesh and soul have been the stuff of nightmares for kids all around the world for years now and it makes me curious that there hasn’t been that many boogeyman-type flicks out there, other than the Boogeyman series itself and a few films from the 80’s, that explore the mind-numbing fear from your childhood.

Under the Bed wanted to capture that exact mind-numbing fear and mix it with psychological horror, as it’s story sees tormented teen Neal (Jonny Weston) return home after spending two years away in Florida with his Aunt as he recuperates from his nervous breakdown due to his torture at the hands of the entity under the bed, the recent death of his mother and a traumatic fire.

But you see, Neal soon discovers his younger brother Paulie (Gattlin Griffith) is tormented by the exact same creature still lurking about and causing trouble and now it’s up to him to confront this horror, not only for his younger brother but for his own peace of mind.

So there are plenty of intriguing ideas at work in Under the Bed that tap into these childhood fears and it wonderfully plays with this notion of finding that strength within yourself to keep fear at bay, which is made much more effective by a strong focus on family.

The production of Under the Bed is nicely polished, showcasing some stylish cinematography that wonderfully sets the mood, a terrific moody musical score by Ryan Dodson that accentuates the horror on screen, lavish set design – the family house is big and beautiful to look at, in case you were wondering – and I was both impressed and satisfied by the gore effects – which comes in startling bucket loads – and great creature effects, which just might make you draw back at because you have no idea what to make of the startling thing you’re looking at.

The cast here are all quite solid – they might deliver a cheesy line – hey, it comes with the genre – but they all do it with a straight face and really, they play their part wonderfully and I thought they were great, specifically the chemistry and the performances of Jonny Weston and Gattlin Griffith, who play the two brothers.

Exclusive: Interview with 'Found' director Scott Schirmer

by Ghost, Morehorror.com

Marty is the ideal fifth grader. He gets good grades, listens to his teachers, and doesn’t start trouble in class. But darkness is beginning to fall over Marty’s life. The kids at school won’t stop picking on him, his parents just don’t seem to understand him, and now Marty must grapple with a terrible secret that threatens to destroy life as he knows it – his big brother is a serial killer! Brotherly love is put to the ultimate test in this emotional coming-of-age story that descends into full-blown horror.

I have been dying to see Found for over a year now and I can honestly say it was worth the wait.  I do wish I could have seen it first on the big screen instead of screening it on my computer, but I just couldn't wait any longer.  First of all I'd like to tell you how much I loved Found.  I think every horror fan needs to see it, not many movies have my mind racing after watching it as it is from Found.  I've chewed my nails off, I'm disturbed and I hope I can sleep tonight.  If you are lucky enough to have this movie screening close to you, I urge you to get out and see it.  Found is bloody indie gold.  

 I'm so excited to share with you this little interview with Found director Scott Schirmer.  He has some amazing stories and tricks of the trade to share with you all.

Ghost: Found has all the telltale signs of a break out film. What skills did you learn from your previous films that helped inform how to tell this story?  

Scott: Having made several movies prior to Found, I think one of the lessons that aided me was patience. I know how much planning needs to be done, both practically and in terms of your 'vision' for the movie. I'm open to the moment, but I was more prepared on Found than ever before. And I knew it was going to be a huge commitment time and energy-wise, so I also had the patience to deal with first-time child actors, too. A film is almost always going to end up compromised in so many ways that are beyond your control, that I wanted to make damned sure I didn't compromise it myself, by not being prepared or by not knowing what I wanted.

Ghost: After reading the book by Todd Rigney, what inspired you to make the film? 

Scott: I responded to the coming-of-age and bullying aspects of the story a lot. I also loved the overt horror of it, when the boys are watching "Headless," for example, and also the end, when the real-life horror comes into play. I also loved the notion that Steve kills people because it turns him on, sexually. I thought that was bold and original. And I loved Found because it is indeed original -- I couldn't think of any other movies quite like it, so it was just a real find all the way around.

This was the first time I ever directed someone else's material and it was a really liberating experience. I had the opportunity to simply read and enjoy a story, for the first time, just like an audience would. That's never going to be the case when you come up with your own story, develop it, and shoot it. You lose your objectivity. But while making Found, I could always fall back on that first experience of reading the book and remembering how much I appreciated and enjoyed it. 

Ghost: What was your process like in choosing and finding the right people to work with both cast and crew ?  

Scott: Without a budget big enough to pay people, you have to work hard and hope to get lucky. I am fortunate to have a small group of friends who all make movies, and they were all in from the get-go. Without them -- particularly Leya Taylor, Damien Wesner, Arthur Cullipher, and Shane Beasley -- it just wouldn't have been possible. No director or filmmaker can do it on their own. I'd have bashed my brains out trying to make the movie without them. And casting is just a scary thing where you often have to take a leap of faith. I took a leap of faith with Gavin Brown, who plays the lead here. He was hand-picked by our casting director, Sheila Butler, and after meeting him -- it wasn't an audition or anything, mostly sitting and talking -- it was just a hunch that he might work out and that I'd be able to get a performance out of him when he'd never acted before. Thankfully, that kid had the fortitude and patience to stick it out and carry the movie. We really lucked out with him. We knew a few of the supporting players from previous projects. We knew Phyllis Munro, Kitsie Duncan, and Andy Alphonse. Pretty much everyone else was found through Sheila's targeted efforts, open auditions, and requests on various audition websites.

Exclusive: 'Bedlam Stories' novel, film and key art details announced

Bedlam Storiesby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

We are excited to announce that Bedlam Stories will be released as a Novel on September 15, 2013.

Initially, the book will be a black and white paperback, but there are plans to create an app for mobile devices as a compendium for the Novel.

Bedlam Stories is a novel based on an existing franchise, which is also to be a new movie directed by creator Pearry Teo (Necromentia, Witchville, The Dark Prince), from TEO/WARD Productions.

The production team is currently doing the slow process of casting and will continue to give updates when available. Check out the synopsis below as well as some exclusive key art designs.

Set in the 1920s, intrepid reporter Nelly Bly fakes insanity to gain admission into the infamous Bedlam Asylum. While researching her expose, Nellie meets a young patient, Dorothy, who has delusions of a fantasy land she calls “Oz.” Digging deeper into the dark history of the asylum, Nellie uncovers evidence of human experimentation on another inmate, a young girl named Alice, who’s “Wonderland” mirrored Dorothy’s imaginary world. Nellie is determined not to let Dorothy share Alice’s fate as a human guinea pig. But the horrific experiments open a portal to these other worlds. When the dark and twisted inhabitants of Oz and Wonderland clash for control, Nellie realizes that they aren't delusions at all - they are terrifyingly real.

Bride of Chucky (1998) Review

Reviewed by Chris Risdal, MoreHorror.com

After ‘Child’s Play 3’ fell short at the box office, writer/creator Don Mancini felt the series was in a serious need of an overhaul and the result is something that’s better than ‘3’ but leaves the series down a road of self parody that eventually fizzled out the series for 8 years (Thank God for ‘Curse of Chucky’).

‘Bride of Chucky’ begins a few months after the last installment, in which Chucky (again played by Brad Dourif) was chopped to bits. His former flame (played wonderfully by Jennifer Tilly) steals his remains from the evidence locker of the police station. She stitches Chucky back together and recites the ol’ voodoo chant, bringing him back to life once again. When Chucky’s girlfriend (named Tiffany) finds out he had no intentions of being with her, she locks him up and mocks him. This leads to Tiffany now being in the body of a doll as well and the only way to return to human form is to do the same ol’ same ol’ with some new kids (Nick Stabile and Katherine Heigl).

While the story may sound like the same scenario of Chucky wanting a human body again, surprisingly putting Tiffany into the scenario and having Andy be absent this time around (though he is missed) works well for the film and breaths some fresh air into the franchise. The film itself downplays the horror and goes more for black comedy, which works well enough even if some ideas fall farther down the scale than others (doll sex anyone?) The cast all does much better than I would have expected from a film like this. Dourif of course, is always great as Chucky and Jennifer Tilly’s Tiffany fits her like a glove.

Michael Myers comes home again for 'Halloween 35th Anniversary Blu-ray'

Halloween 35th Anniversary Blu-ray Coverby David Harkness, MoreHorror.com

Anchor Bay Entertainment will be unleashing the 35th anniversary Blu-ray of one of the genres all time favorite films Halloween: 35th Anniversary Blu-ray, on September 24. The release will feature an all-new HD transfer supervised by Dean Cundey, New 7.1 audio mix, new commentary track by John Carpenter & Jamie Lee Curtis and never-before-seen bonus features.

I love the cover treatment for this release and can't wait to check out all the features. Read the official details below.

From the Press Release:
In 1978, Compass International Pictures released an indie horror film by an up and coming director and a largely unknown cast. Presented by the late Moustapha Akkad, the film cost $325,000 and ended up not only becoming one of the most successful independent motion pictures of its time, but single handedly created the genre of the modern horror film along with the first iconic (via a painted-over William Shatner mask) cinematic slasher!

Its global success spawned seven sequels, a reboot directed by Rob Zombie and a sequel-to-the-reboot, as well as created generations of grateful fans. The director's name is John Carpenter and the film was Halloween. This year marks the 35th Anniversary of the timeless thriller and to celebrate, Anchor Bay Entertainment is bringing back the terrifying original as it's never been seen or heard before!

Anchor Bay Entertainment and Trancas International proudly announce the September 24th release of the 35th Anniversary Blu-ray™ release of Halloween. For this very special release, Anchor Bay and Trancas went back to the vaults to present this legendary terror classic as never before, including creating an all-new HD transfer personally supervised by the film's original cinematographer, Academy-Award® nominee Dean Cundey (Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Apollo 13, the Back to the Future trilogy), a new 7.1 audio mix (as well as the original mono audio), a brand-new feature length audio commentary by writer/director John Carpenter and star Jamie Lee Curtis, an all-new bonus feature with Ms. Curtis, as well as selected legacy bonus features from previous ABE releases. Available in a collectible limited-edition book-style package (available only for the first printing) with 20 pages featuring archival photos, an essay by Halloween historian Stef Hutchinson and specially commissioned cover art by Jay Shaw, SRP is $34.99 and pre-book is August 28.


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