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'The Walking Dead: The Complete Third Season' releasing on Blu-ray and DVD in August

The Walking Dead season 3 Special Editionby MoreHorror.com

Anchor Bay Entertainment will be unleashing AMC’s original series THE WALKING DEAD: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON on Blu-ray, Limited Edition Blu-ray and DVD on August 27th, 2013. Available as a 5-disc set in each format, the release contains all sixteen episodes from the past season. Check out all the details below.

From the Press Release:
It has become a cultural phenomenon. The fans embrace it, the critics adore it. And now the stakes have never been higher for the survivors...On August 27th, Anchor Bay Entertainment unleashes AMC’s original series THE WALKING DEAD: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON on Blu-ray™ and DVD. Available as a 5-disc set in each format, the release contains all sixteen episodes from the past season. Like the previous releases, THE WALKING DEAD: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON comes stuffed with tons of bonus features, including exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, never-before-seen featurettes, audio commentaries from cast and crew, deleted scenes and other surprises!

In addition, Anchor Bay proudly announces that, in response to overwhelming fan response to last year’s Season 2 limited edition “zombie head” packaging, THE WALKING DEAD: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON Blu-ray™ will be available in a limited edition “zombie head tank” package (water not included!) specially created once again by McFarlane Toys.

Based on the hugely popular graphic novels by Robert Kirkman, THE WALKING DEAD: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON continues to draw in record audiences. Season 3 follows the weary group of survivors led by police officer Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), as they take refuge in a prison and attempt to set up a permanent camp. But while invading zombies are an ever-present danger, they must also battle the living, not only in the form of abandoned prisoners, but also the sadistic “Governor” (David Morrissey) and his followers. New characters introduced this season include Danai Gurira as “Michonne,” with her two “zombie pets” in tow, and Dallas Roberts (Shadow People) as the Governor’s lieutenant Milton, as well as the return of Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker).

'Axe Giant: The Wrath of Paul Bunyan' wielding its way to DVD

by MoreHorror.com

The bloody creature feature Axe Giant: The Wrath of Paul Bunyan will be hitting DVD shelves on June 18, 2013 from Virgil Films. Check out the details and a special movie still below.

From The Press Release:
He's not your grandfather's Paul Bunyan, the powerful, cheerful lumberjack clearing fields to help build America. No, he's 15 feet and half a ton of brutality and he's on the loose in AXE GIANT: THE WRATH OF PAUL BUNYAN. The award-winning creature feature slashes its way onto DVD from Virgil Films on June 18, 2013.

Veteran horror film writer/producer/director Gary Jones (Boogeyman 3, Ghouls, Spiders) and writer/producer Jeff Miller (Hellblock 13, Ballistica) turn one of North America's legendary heroes into a monster who lets trees stand but has a thing about young people running around his forest. AXE GIANT: THE WRATH OF PAUL BUNYAN is a contemporary take on the tall tale of lumberjack Paul Bunyan. When young people are sent to a first-offenders' boot camp nestled in the woods, they quickly discover that their biggest worry isn't grueling exercise - it's that Paul Bunyan is no myth and he's not a kindly sort of hero. After they inadvertently incur the wrath of the monstrous giant, who was banished from town 100 years ago and thought dead, the kids must team up with the local sheriff to stop his new rampage of terror.

The film stars genre vet Joe Estevez, Dan Haggerty (TV's Grizzly Adams), Tom Downey (Syfy's War of the Worlds), and Tim Lovelace (Mosquito). Amber Connor, Jesse Kove, Kristina Kopf, Clifton Williams, Victoria Ramos, Jill Evyn and former WWF wrestler Chris Hahn ("Johnny Paradise") round out the cast. This is the first major role for Kove, son of actor Martin Kove (The Karate Kid, Rambo).

'Way Down in Chinatown' to Premier at Hollywood Fringe Festival

by MoreHorror.com

The world premier of the Post-Apocalyptic Noir feature Way Down In Chinatown will be at the Hollywood Fringe Festival on June 15th. Check out the full details below.

From the Press Release:
Described by the director as the "best damn thing out of old Hollywood town since VON STRONHEIM’S GREED". The 2013 Hollywood Fringe Festival in conjunction with We Make Movies’ WMM FEST is proud to present a preview screening of feature film WAY DOWN IN CHINATOWN. Written and directed by EMK (alias for director Eric Michael Kochmer, a protégé of experimental filmmaker/artist George Landow aka Owen Land) - and co-produced by Maria Olsen of MOnsterworks66, who can also be seen playing Bob - WDiC chronicles over-sexed theater couple, playwright Victor and director Jessica Mitchum who while creating a performance piece about the apocalypse begin experiencing the world slowly falling apart. They are slowly seduced by an underworld created to preserve the few who will survive an on-coming apocalypse brought on by worm-people. The theatrical preview will book-end the Hollywood Fringe Festival with appropriately timed midnight screenings on June 15th, and 29th 2013.

WDiC stars Stephanie Sanditz (Strangers with Candy) and Justin Dray (Lake City) with sparkling cameos by Lisa Loring (original Wednesday Addams) and Nancy Wolfe (Helter Skelter). The film has already polarized critics with claims that audiences will either “…love or hate [it] but whatever your reaction, it’ll get the grey matter working harder than any movie you’ll see this year.”-Knifed In Venice. Some find it “avant garde at its finest”-Gemini Moon, while other critics find it “…a stream of nonsense …”-John Sandel.

'Hayride' Movie Review

HayrideReviewed by Matt Boiselle, MoreHorror.com

Deception is a somewhat reprehensible crime when attempting to sell a film, especially when the movie uses a review quote "A new breed of chainsaw massacre" on their packaging, and there simply isn't much massacring to be found in a said quantity.

"Hayride" tells the story of "Pitchfork", who is believed to be a made up serial killer in order to scare the local kids around Halloween, but Pitchfork's story is indeed true. You see he lost his mind while attempting to bring his wayward daughter back home after she ran off with her boyfriend. This caused Pitchfork to subsequently murder his wife, and then a Sheriff while being delivered to another jail while on a routine prisoner transfer.

We then blaze ahead (sarcasm alert - the movie slinks along at a snail's pace for the first 50 minutes) to get introduced to our other main characters, Steven & his girlfriend Amanda, whom are traveling into Alabama to visit Steven's Uncle Morgan (played by veteran actor Richard Tyson), while he prepares to set up his annual Halloween hayride that has become quite the local success in the past few years.

It's not too long after Pitchfork makes his way to the farm area where the ride is held, and the gory-slaying can get underway...well, sort of..you see, there isn't a whole lot of on-screen kills to speak of here, and that's where the movie is sorely lacking - and the acting doesn't help much either. Tyson plays his character with a sleazy, creepy, almost-pedophiliac like-tendency that will make you think twice before leaving your kids with him for the day.

The odd thing is, is that Uncle Morgan isn't a creepy guy afterall, it's only how Tyson is portraying him (odd, huh ?) Our second acting display from hell comes from the lovebirds themselves, Steven & Amanda - they deliver lines as if they are reading them for the first time as the camera is rolling - and there isn't a shred of fear conveyed by either one, unless it's delivered in doses of inane screaming.

New 'Ditch Day Massacre' teaser trailer releases: Bill Oberst Jr goes ballistic

Ditch Day Massacre screen stillby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

A new teaser video for Ditch Day Massacre has been released (watch it under the details below).

The bloody film stars actor Bill Oberst Jr. as the axe wielding killer. Oberst is on track to complete 12 horror films this year, now that's some heavy lifting!

Check out all the details below and don't miss Ditch Day Massacre when it releases.

From The Press Release:
(With 12 Flicks In One Year, Is This The Hardest Working Man In Horror?)

A new teaser vid for the film Ditch has posted and the movie's lead actor is slicing his way through more than half-naked nubile bodies: Bill Oberst Jr. is swinging for the title of Hardest Working Man In Horror.

Oberst is on track to complete roles in 12 independent horror/thriller movies by year's end. The Los Angeles-based actor has just arrived in the woods of Kentucky to start shooting his 6th feature film of the year (The Dooms Chapel Horror) and is cast in 6 more genre features slated to go before the cameras in 2013. Oberst is already attached to 6 horror projects scheduled for shooting in 2014 and he has lead roles in 4 expected to be released this fall.

Thus far in 2013, Oberst has wrapped murderous, demonic or just plain creepy turns in Jason Hull's Krampus: The Christmas Devil, Shane Wheeler's The Fetish Set, Joseph Stachura's Scream At The Devil, Jesse Baget's The Black Water Vampire and Joe Hendricks' Ditch. After John Holt's The Dooms Chapel Horror, he'll move on to Adam R. Steigert's A Grim Becoming, Billy Pon's Circus Of The Dead, two Todd E. Freeman films, Love Sick and the sequel to Cell Count entitled Cell Count 2: Blood Count, Edward Payson's 'Squeal: The Harvest' and Randy Fabert's Autumn Moon.

Horror Talk: How modern technology is affecting Horror movies

Pulse 2006by David Harkness, MoreHorror.com

Any horror fan will recognize the generic conventions of the genre, from darkened corridors to blood stained walls the audience come to expect certain tropes. Since the explosion of our reliance on mobile phones the horror genre has added another facet to its collection: the loss of mobile signal and the peril this poses. However certain films attempt to reverse this convention and have the protagonist survive because of their mobile.

One such film is Pulse. ***Possible Spoilers Below***

The 2006 remake of a Japanese classic resonates with new media generations around the world because of the evil unleashed through hacking and the spirits use of wi-fi to pursue the characters on screen. While mobile phones, computers and other technology utilize wi-fi and therefore add to the hazardous technology throughout this film Pulse alters the dynamics and uses a mobile phone as a conduit for hope.

In the final scenes the two surviving protagonists, Mattie and Dex, flee the city in a last ditch attempt to escape the humanoid spirits. Asleep in their battered up 4x4 Mattie wakes to a radio report stating that all forms of technology are a means of invasion through wireless connections. Understanding the implications Mattie reaches for her mobile and a close up of the screen establishes that they are still within an area with sufficient signal. To confirm what the audience already suspects the spirits attack Mattie and Dex. Throughout their assault they continue to drive their vehicle in a wild display of survival skills while the camera does a shot-reverse-shot on the decreasing mobile phone signal displayed on its screen. When the signal is lost the spirits evaporate and finally leave the terrified survivors alone. Their phone saves them because it gives them an indication of where the wi-fi free zones are. In one swift move the film turns the traditional 'bad signal = death' into 'bad signal = escape and survival'.

'Intrusive Behavior' Premiers in Florida

Intrusive Behavior Posterby MoreHorror.com

Caisson Films had their premiere for Intrusive Behavior on May 25th in Florida.

The audience reportedly responded with high praise and the movie now moves onto festivals, marketing and promotion phases. Keep your eye out for this one.

Check out the teaser trailer below the official details.

From The Press Release:
Caisson films had it Florida premier Saturday May 25th at Athens Theater in Deland.  In attendance was the LA based actress Jessica Cameron, who flew in for the premier.

Feedback from the audience was overwhelming.  Here is what a few of had to say about the film:  Russ Forga  “Another triumph for Brian and Johnna Troxell and Caisson Films.  Terrific cast and a great story, I thoroughly enjoyed it, and the ending will have you talking about it for days!”   

Bonnie Cobb: 
Loved it!”  Lj Grillo: “ I was honored to be in their film with Florida’s finest actors. The film kept the audience sitting at the edge of their seats”! 

Intrusive is on its way to the next stage, which includes festivals and other special screenings.

First teaser trailer for 'Teachers' Day' Released

Teachers DayBy MoreHorror.com

The first teaser trailer for the upcoming slasher-comedy Teachers' Day has been released.

Some blood, skin and hot high school girls jumping on a bed having a sleepover -- who can't dig that?

Check out the teaser trailer under the details below.

From the Press Release:
Yes, you have to watch it at least twice to digest the sub-atomic taste of a world you or your kids will have to adjust to, because it is within such art that trend follows. A showcase of raw, rambunctious entertainment. Relics from a past, you just can't put behind you. High school. Hot for teacher. It's here; in the form of an alienated society bursting with skin tones and fear.

Teachers' Day is a slasher-comedy releasing this year. The story involves a Napoleon Bonaparte obsessed high school educator, who goes on a killing spree, after not feeling appreciated on Teachers' Day.

This not-to-missed motion picture is being produced by Frolic Pictures and Dismal Productions. Written and directed by Jared Masters. Stars Nikole Howell, Savannah Matlow, Lindsay Lamb, Danika Galindo, Courtney Rood, and Bruce Kade. With Dawna Lee Heising, Andrew Phillips, Simone Wasserman, Abby Summers, Nick Sinise, Lonnie Alcide Gardner, Mindy Robinson, Art Roberts, Steve Crest, Julia Faye West, Sunny Vachher, Kristyn Archibald, Geena Lovato, Kelly De Vries and LeJon. Produced by Julia Faye West, Sunny Vachher, Bruce Kade, Mikko Tervonen, Seth Metoyer, Kamuela Kim, Ziggy Hildebrand, Michael Anthony and David Petovar. Scored by Sean Gibson. Photographed by Tim McCombe.

Slink (2013) Review

Slink PosterReviewed by Jesse Miller, MoreHorror.com

Slink reminds me of the type of nasty horror film you’ll find on television late one night, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing at all– I found some of my favourite horror films of all time on TV late and certainly more than a few that were great fun to watch.

Admittedly, they were often very low budget and very, very nasty but at the same time, they often sizzled along with a certain special charm and magic to the picture that I found irresistible.

Slink brought to mind fond memories of these late night horrors because it’s so madcap itself, chugging along in such a lurid and energetic way that makes it hard to look away from the utter craziness that’s going on the screen.

That the story is about an insane and perverted tanning salon owner who likes to skin his victims and so forth makes this film all more nastier, creating up a really seedy vibe that works in the film’s favour.

As a horror fan that’s always on the look out for new and interesting stories in the horror genre, I was sold on the premise alone and happy to put out there that the story held my interest for the 80 minutes it ran for.

However, as interesting as this story was, I felt certain elements were undercooked here or there and certain characters and their relationships and backstories were unfortunately left a little underdeveloped for my taste.

Don’t get me wrong, the characters have enough meat there to support the running time, I just believe that a little development here or there could’ve strengthened certain characters.

'GUT' Slicing to DVD at end of May

GUT DVD CoverBy MoreHorror.com

The psychological indie horror film GUT (review) will officially hit DVD shelves from Vanguard Cinema on May 28, 2013. You won't want to miss the film that the New York Times called "Sick...".

Check out all the details below, as well as the trailer and an exclusive photo from the film under the details.

From the Press Release:
Written and directed by Elias, who previously explored lighter genre terrain in LOVECRACKED! THE MOVIE, GUT stars Jason Vail and Nicholas Wilder as Tom and Dan, former childhood friends and co-workers who have grown apart as the former has become a family man.

When Dan tries to get Tom’s attention by showing him a DVD containing what appears to be snuff footage, it send both of them into a downward spiral of potential madness and further murders. Vanguard Cinema releases the GUT disc May 28, with a 16×9-enhanced widescreen transfer and the following extras:

• Audio commentary
• “Behind the Scenes: Tom at Home” featurette
• “Behind the Scenes: Crafting Death” featurette


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