The Raid 2 (2014) review

Reviewed by Colleen Wanglund, MoreHorror.com

The Raid 2 (2014)
Directed by Gareth Evans
Runtime 150 minutes

Written and directed by Gareth Evans, The Raid 2 picks up right where the original film left off. Rama’s brother Andi (Donny Alamsyah) is executed by the crime syndicate after escaping the building. Rama (Iko Uwais) goes to Bunawar (Cok Simbara) and is asked to go undercover in a secret unit to expose the corruption of the Police Commissioner. Rama wants no part of it until he learns of his brother’s murder and the threats to his family. He goes to prison for assault where he is told it will only be for a few months. While there he must gain the trust of Uco (Arifin Putra), son of the head of Bangun’s (Tio Pakusodewo) criminal enterprise. When Rama is finally released from prison, Uco is waiting for him and he is given a job by Bangun.

Uco doesn’t agree with the direction his father is taking the syndicate, so he agrees to a meeting with Bejo (Alex Abbad), a small-time wannabe crime lord who murdered Rama’s brother. Bejo tells Uco that the Japanese gang are trying to turn Police Commissioner Reza (Roy Martin) against Bangun. But Bejo has set his own plans in motion. Uco meets with Reza and Bejo, and the real fighting begins.

While I’m not a fan of sequels, I was looking forward to The Raid 2 and was not disappointed. The film opens with Andi’s brutal execution, setting the tone for the rest of the film and the fight scene in the prison where Rama saves Uco’s life is an amazingly choreographed dance in the rain and mud of a third-world prison. There is a bit more in the way of a plot in this sequel than in the original, although I thought the set-up was a little longer than necessary. Yayan Ruihan (Mad Dog in The Raid: Redemption, 2011 and Prakoso in The Raid 2) is back, as both actor and fight choreographer, but I was disappointed in how small of a role he had. His fight scene in an empty nightclub, however, is brilliant.

'Punkettes' win big at Galactic Film Fest/Now available on DVD/VHS

Deadly Punkettesby Gerald Beanary, MoreHorror.com

Jared Masters' newest release 'Punkettes', AKA Deadly Punkettes, won "Festival Favorite" at the Galactic Film Festival last week. It held its world premiere there at the Frida Cinema, in Santa Ana, California, August 9th 2014.

Punkettes in now available on DVD and Home Video from Amazon and Ebay.

The film follows the rise and fall of a teenage girl-band, with paranormal and horror elements. It stars D'Lannie Brown, Lauren Taler, Danielle Stavin, Skylar Ripp, Lourdes Narro, Dave Knapp and Jillean Tucker. With Layla Zova, Dawna Lee Heising (who was also crowned Miss Galactic) and Andy Dick (who also won an award for "Cameo King").

The film also features Julia Faye West, Ashley Whelan, Kyara Pintos, Kelly De Vries, Ella Arro, Kamuela Kim, Rachel Verret, Tammy Vo, Lindsay Lamb, Sunny Vachher, Stevie Ray C., Anthony Ray, Jesse Briandi, Penny Pollak, Billy Hendrickson, Mat Hayes, John Clyde and Mantha Balourdou

Produced by Julia Faye West, Sunny Vachher, Seth Metoyer, Kamuela Kim, and D’Lannie Brown, with executive producer David Petovar adding to the score, along with original music by D'Lannie Brown, Eva Landon, Sean Gibson, plus Alison Ketley, Becky Skerratt and Deborah Welch of Teela, from the UK.

Stills by Melanie J. Brown. Hair and make-up by Alisha Ward. Deadly Punkettes. The next big thing.... From the other side. See the official U.K. trailer below..

Are you ready for 'Happy Ending'?

Happy EndingPhil Condit of Sick Puppy Pictures and Maria Olsen of MOnsterworks66 have teamed up to bring the world HAPPY ENDING: an epic tale of sword-and-shotgun wielding hookers, hunky heroes and attacking aliens.

Set in a remote desert bordello, Happy Ending tells the tale of Madam Wang, played by Ange Maya, who stars in Phil’s soon-to-be-released Empress Vampire, and her band of lovely lasses who, with the help of their Johns, have to team up to stop a voracious being-from-beyond-the-stars from taking over the world!

Happy Ending is about hookers and aliens...who could want anything more!

Also starring Jill Evyn, Dawna Lee Heising, Brad Slaughter, Dolores Quintana, Brad Potts, Victoria de Mare, Erik A. Williams, Phedra Syndelle and Olsen herself, there is no doubt that Happy Ending will leave everyone smiling!

Here’s what a few of the stars have to say about their characters:

Dawna Lee Heising (plays the ex-Vegas showgirl, Alice, who loves her samurai sword): “I'm excited about playing Alice in Happy Ending because the script is so well-written and funny. I've wanted to work with Phil Condit and Maria Olsen for a long time because they are both such talented and experienced professionals. I know the movie will turn out amazing and win tons of awards, unless Phil and Maria decide to send it straight to distribution. It's going to be a fun shoot and will be action-packed. My character of Alice is a very lovable ex-showgirl who cherishes her dog Mitsi and who knows how to brandish a samurai sword. Alice is probably the sexiest role I've done to date, but she really is the mother hen of the house. I also love the outfit Phil picked for me and am taking pole dancing lessons every day to fit into it - it's tiny!”

Brad Potts (plays Sarge, the beefcake He-Man from the government base sent to capture the alien): “I'm already havin' fun, watching the fund raising campaign. I've never been involved in one, before. As far as the production is concerned, I anticipate having fun; watching the dildo fights, spankings, enemas, general debauchery and, of course, the happy ending! That's it, short and sweet.... Dildos, spankings, gimp suits and carnage.”

Hide and Creep (2004) review

Hide and Creep 2004Reviewed by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

Hide and Creep (2004)
Written by: Chance Shirley
Directed by: Chance Shirley and Chuck Hartsell
Cast: Chuck Hartsell (Chuck), Michael Shelton (Michael, Lee), Kyle Holman (Keith), Chris Garrison (Ted), Eric McGinty (Ned), Melissa Bush (Barbara), Chris Hartsell (Chris), Mia Frost (Gail), Melba Sibrel (Sheila), Barry Austin (Reverend Smith)

I’ve watched a lot of independent zombie films, more than I can count for sure. Some were more memorable than others, and the production quality was definitely the most random criteria that differentiated them. I can honestly say that I enjoyed them all on some level. Being a fan of an obscure or independent film with a meager budget poses a bit of an interesting dichotomy. In any other genre it may make someone a little Bohemian. Ironically in horror, sometimes it’s incorrectly perceived as a case of low standards.

Everyone now and a film comes along that can bridge the gap, and ends up being so clever that it transcends its monetary restrictions. Anyone who sees it has to say that it ended up being more than the sum of its parts, and a cool little underground classic was born. I happened to stumble on to “Hide and Creep” back in 2009 late one night on the SyFy channel. Way, way late. The time of night where if you are awake, you are either drunk or sick, or both. I was the sick, but it was worth it. This was a great little movie! What’s even more impressive is that it was a zombie comedy. Zombie comedies have become a genre staple, but if you look at when this came out, it was the same year as another movie “Shaun of the Dead”. “Hide and Creep” was filmed in 2001, before “Shaun of the Dead. Both movies are two of my favorites, but unfortunately, “Shaun of the Dead” with its bigger budget and much wider release was the one that made it into the cultural zeitgeist.

Club Lingerie official selection of FANtastic Horror Film Festival

Clun Lingerie FANtastic Film Festby Gerald Beanery, MoreHorror.com

Frolic Pictures is pleased to announce that Jared Masters' newest horror comedy Club Lingerie has been accepted into the FANtastic Horror Film Festival. It will have its world premiere at Reading Cinemas Gaslamp 15 in San Diego, on October 31st, 2014 (Halloween night) at 6:30pm.

Single ticket (in advance): $10 http://www.fhffsd.org/tickets.html

Club Lingerie is a dark new screwball murder-mystery comedy, with the classic “who-dun-it?” formula. Someone is knocking off the ... hired help.... night club owner Renea’s doomed new eye candies. Starring Cult Film Goddess Bouvier, the quintessence of opulence and refinement. Don’t come alone to... Club Lingerie, where pretty models are dropping dead. Introducing Doctor Grundles as ... Doctor Grundles, with award-winning actress Dawna Lee Heising as Shelby Gator, and Richie Lillard as her luscious lover, Legs Benedict. Jacqueline Guzman also stars, featuring Richy Jacobs, Nicole Alexandra Shipley, Mindy Robinson and LeJon. With Andy Dick as the magnificent pageant show presenter. Coming soon from Frolic Pictures. Remember the name: Club Lingerie, the weirdest, wildest, funniest, freakiest movie ever made!

The star of Andy Milligan’s last film, Surgikill (1989) … the “Cult Film Goddess” herself… Bouvier, has spent the last few years in hiatus, turning down contract after contract from the biggest studios in Hollywood, until … The Young Sultan of Sensationalism finally convinced her to re-enter the lime light as the star of his newest picture, Club Lingerie, the story of a sophisticated woman who inherits a once raging night club from her grandfather, only to suffer from the times’ economy, until her brilliant idea of sporting lingerie models turns the business back around… but also into a killer’s canvas for a blood bath.

The Quiet Ones (2014) review

The Quiet OnesReviewed by Grace Fontaine, MoreHorror.com

The Quiet Ones (2014)
Directed by John Pogue
Written by Craig Rosenberg, John Pogue, Oren Moverman and Tom de Ville
Starring: Jared Harris (Professor Joseph Coupland), Sam Claflin (Brian McNeil), Olivia Cooke (Jane Harper), Rory-Fleck Byrne (Harry Abrams) and Erin Richards (Kristina Dalton)

Speaking strictly for myself, I find there are a dearth of quality films that deal predominantly with the supernatural. The last really good offerings of this sub genre in recent years were “Lake Mungo”, “Resolution” and “The Conjuring”. All three were met with general praise although “Lake Mungo” and “Resolution” did not get nearly as much exposure as “The Conjuring” was blessed with. “The Quiet Ones”, released under the newly-resurrected Hammer Horror studios started principal filming back in 2012 and was released two years later. Although the name ‘Hammer Studios’ is not enough to raise hackles of excitement in this day and age, there is a certain expectation based on legacy, especially when it comes to fans of horror and suspense. Hammer was certainly not the first studio to pioneer the ghastly and ghoulish, but it forged an almost immortal reputation among horror fans because of its relentless churning out of horror films every year. Vampires, ghosts, werewolves, gorgons, goblins and Satan were a staple of the formerly humungous Hammer empire until its decline in the ‘70’s. When the studio finally formed again after three long decades they produced the Daniel Radcliffe vehicle “The Woman In Black” and despite what some detractors thought it did quite respectably. Let’s not mention “The Resident” though.

“The Quiet Ones” takes a very classical approach because it does not align itself with the more overt aspects we have come to expect from horror released en masse these days.

In 1970’s United Kingdom in the south east city of Oxford, Professor Joseph Coupland is on a firm mission to show that the inhuman can be created by the human. Based on the real life parapsychology Phillip experiment, Coupland is determined to physically create a poltergeist, a spirit from the beyond. As you can guess, with almost any poorly thought-out experiment, things start to go horrendously awry when Coupland chooses to involve the mysterious and troubled young woman Olivia Cooke in this reckless enterprise. Silly!

The Hideout (2014) Review

The Hideout PosterReviewed by Jennica Lynn Johnson, MoreHorror.com

Zombies have existed almost since the beginning of cinema history. And no matter how many creative ways people have killed them over the years, those zombies just keep returning to the silver screen. Perhaps one of the most unique aspects of the zombie subgenre is that, with many of the films, screenwriters have concocted new causes for the initial zombie outbreak. Due to long-standing folkloric traditions, we all know how one becomes a vampire or how one becomes a werewolf. But with zombie films, we have the element of surprise on our side.

Through the years, we have seen zombie outbreaks occur due to voodoo and black magic, nuclear accidents and radioactivity, plagues, and—more recently—sexually transmitted disease. The Hideout (2014), however, keeps things a bit more simple. Filmed in Antelope Valley, the cause of the zombie outbreak in this new release is that good old California sunshine. And with the current drought hitting hard on the west coast, such a cause seems almost plausible.

Produced by the independent company Chaotic Films, The Hideout is said to be about “five thieves who retreat back to a cabin after a robbery. As distrust and greed surfaces, a zombie outbreak turns the situation into chaos.” In this film, the heat from the sun causes flu-like symptoms such as fever and severe dehydration which eventually lead to spewing blood and developing a craving for human flesh. Although the plot summary provided by Chaotic Films is overall accurate, this isn’t a run-of-the-mill cabin-in-the-woods zombie film. But that’s mostly just because the cast of characters are not seen anywhere near a cabin until the latter half of the movie.

The Hideout is directed by Denny Barnes (who?) and Ken Morales (huh?), who also has a cameo in the film. The film’s cast is loaded with fresh faces that are either completely unheard of or one-trick ponies. A few possible noteworthy mentions include Patrick Lazzara from Zombies vs. Strippers (2012), Jinhee Joung from Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong (2013), and Anthony Fitzgerald from Laid to Rest (2009). Oh, and let’s not forget Britt Prentice, who was credited as “Fat Crack Head” in last year’s horror spoof, Paranormal Whacktivity.

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Kill The Production AssistantBy Jonathan Weichsel, MoreHorror.com

'Deadly Revisions' Movie Review

Deadly Revisions final PosterReviewed by Grace Fontaine, MoreHorror.com

Deadly Revisions
Written and Directed by Gregory Blair
Starring: Bill Oberst Jr. (Grafton Torn), Mikhail Blokh (Deter McManus), Cindy Merrill (Ally Morris), Lisa Hart (Kat Torn), Gregory Blair (Crawford Davis), Ronny Coleman (Doctor Myers), Shaun Gerardo (Ash), Dawna Leigh Heising (Nurse Vorhees) and Josh Patterson (Noose Man/Hatchet Man)

Any writer will tell you that Writers’ Block is The Worst because it could be considered a type of amnesia. There is nothing more defeating than sitting down in front of your word processor/writing pad/computer/wall of your padded cell and not finding the motivation or the desire to get to work. The ability to get over this obstacle all but takes a miracle for a writer to overcome be it through a creative muse, having a heck of a dream or an epiphany that suddenly puts it all into perspective. Now, while Writers’ Block is a bane, it usually doesn’t result in homicide… usually.

Grafton Torn, an amnesiac horror film writer who has just awoken from a coma. In an effort to fill in the enormous blanks of his memory, he turns to Doctor Ally Morris, a hypnotist, for assistance. Throughout these sessions however, Torn reveals unspeakable terrors which reveal terrifying revelations. They could not possibly be real… right?

Deadly Revisions is a robust little indie horror effort that came from the sick puppy mind of Gregory Blair who functioned as the director, writer AND onscreen player. Despite having a very small budget and somewhat of a hard bumpy ride into production, “Deadly Revisions” is a warm slice of healthy throwback and gleeful fun with strong references to genre greats such as the aforementioned DePalma, Raimi and Old Hitch with an insulin dose of Stephen King, Dean Koontz and Richard Layman.

Crawl or Die (2014) Film Review

Crawl or Die posterReviewed by Jesse Miller, MorrorHorror.com

Many years from now in a galaxy far, far away, a virus has spread around the Earth killing women. The first film in a planned trilogy, Crawl or Die centres its focus on a group of marines as they are tasked with leading the last non-infected and fertile woman on the planet to safety.

As they are forced to hide under the Earth, in what they discover is an abandoned facility, they’re about to discover that their mission is going to become a whole lot more difficult as in the darkness lurks something quite horrific.

Make no mistake, Crawl or Die, written and directed by Oklahoma Ward, knows exactly that it’s a B-movie romp. It knows it’s a low-budget affair, it knows it’s campy and it knows its limitations but rather than being affected by such elements, the film embraces these qualities and works around any difficulties -- coming up with an enjoyable creature feature that has a couple of neat ideas up its sleeve.

Though it has a science fiction element to it, this element is fleeting as it only serves to act as the McGuffin to drive the film because these characters are about to go through hell with the one non-infected woman on the planet so we better hope to hell she gets out of there.

Yeah okay, the film features a bunch of thinly drawn army dudes but you know what, so did Aliens and furthermore, the thrill doesn’t necessarily lie in the interactions and drama between these characters, it lies in the fact these meat sacks better get crawling to an exit or they’re going to die horrifically and in this regard, Crawl or Die delivers a satisfying and claustrophobic experience.

Lending to the claustrophobia are the dizzying camera angles, the tremendously effective musical score that incorporates a lot of industrial sounds that add to the rising tension and of course, the notion that these things are out there relentlessly hunting our team of ultimate badasses.

'Deadly Revisions' extended trailer and official poster releases

Deadly Revisions final Posterby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

A new extended trailer for the upcoming film DEADLY REVISIONS directed by Gregory Blair, starring Bill Oberst Jr. has been released along with an official poster. I think the trailer looks badass! Can't wait for this release.

The film has been accepted as an official selection of the New York Independent Film Festival. Check out the details and extended trailer below!

From The Press Release
With the announcement of writer/director Gregory Blair’s “DEADLY REVISIONS” becoming an official selection of the New York Independent Film Festival, fans can now get a longer peek at the film with a brand new trailer that reveals more of the creepy goings on. But one thing remains: Blair’s unique blend of psychological thriller and horror film is getting people excited.

The film has already garnered Blair the EOTM Award for “Best Director of an Indie Horror Film” and reviewers to laud it as “Mind Blowing” (Charred Remains Blogpost) and “Visionary! ” (A Bucket of Corn) with “Genuine Fun Jolts!” (Ain’t It Cool News). In addition to the New York Independent Film Festival, “DEADLY REVISIONS” is also an official selection of the FANTastic Horror Film Festival with more to be announced in the coming weeks.

In the film, Emmy Award winning horror movie favorite Bill Oberst, Jr. plays Grafton Torn—an amnesiac horror film writer for whom hypnotherapy and nightmares reveal terrifying images that just can’t be real. Or can they? A valentine to the horror genre, the film provides all the spooky staples fans adore while providing loving winks to masters such as Brian DePalma, Sam Raimi and Alfred Hitchcock.

Maximum Overdrive (1986) Review

Maximum OverdriveReviewed by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

Maximum Overdrive (1986)
Written by: Stephen King
Directed by: Stephen King
Cast: Emilio Estevez (Bill), Pat Hingle (Bubba), Laura Harrington (Brett), Yeardley Smith (Connie), John Short (Curtis), J.C. Quinn (Duncan Keller), Holter Graham (Deke Keller), Frankie Faison (Handy)

Alright, I know that I probably can’t tell you anything new about this one, but sometimes I feel like I need to defend it as a wonderful and random anomaly that will probably never happen again. Stephen King as a director? AC/DC doing the complete score? Man, that sounds like horror/rock and roll heaven! In a way, it was. Once again, I do have some nostalgia for this film. It was the humble beginnings of one of my favorite cities, Wilmington, NC becoming a prolific film town. This film was made by DEG films along with a couple of other King adaptations like “Cat’s Eye” and “Silver Bullet”. They filmed in Wilmington because it was cheaper, and it broke the seal for major films today to be filmed there, most recently “Iron Man 3”. What’s even more cool is that it’s actually set in Wilmington, and being a North Carolinian, hearing how the trucks were headed to Greensboro, a place I knew well was hard to comprehend as an eighth grader.

“Maximum Overdrive” is a beautiful piece of pulp fiction. Based on King’s story “Trucks”, it tells the story of machines taking over the world while the planet is in the tail of a rogue comet. Right at the beginning we get a director cameo as an ATM machine calls Stephen King an asshole. He doesn't stick out at all and blends with all the other weirdness seamlessly. The epicenter of all the action is the Dixie Boy truck stop just outside of town, where short order cook and ex con, Bill puts up with being exploited by his slimy boss, Bubba because of his criminal record.

Found footage film 'Encounter' to have world premiere

Encounter 2014by Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

The world premiere for upcoming low budget found footage film Encounter has been announced. Check out the full details below.

From The Press Release
Encounter, a found footage Horror from first time director Susannah O’Brien, will have its initial World Premiere at the American Film Market in November 2014. Sahara Vision Productions has released the first series of images for this one-of-a-kind POV style metaphysical thriller.

Synopsis:
Ted McBride (Justin Arnold) and his new wife Lauren (Andrea Nelson) move to the country to film his thesis project, a study to investigate atmospheric phenomena commonly known as “orbs.” They rent a room in a farmhouse from an unsettling man named Jim (Don Scribner) and set up Ted's motion activated video cameras around the house and surrounding property. Discovering quickly that “This Old House” is not all it’s cracked up to be, Ted and Lauren start to become tormented by the forces that no longer lie dormant. Suffering from sleepless nights, Ted confronts Jim in a rage, searching for the truth. Ted soon realizes that he and Lauren are being stalked and affected in strange and frightening ways by the same force that drove Jim out of his mind. In the exciting conclusion of the film, Ted and Lauren fight to save each other and escape the evil that threatens their lives.

Jersey Shore Massacre to slash its way to VOD and the theater

Jersey Shore Massacreby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

I've never been a fan of the whole Jersey Shore craze, but a horror comedy about it sounds like something that could be a fun jab.

Attack Entertainment will be releasing JERSEY SHORE MASSACRE In Theaters on August 22 and on VOD August 26.

The film was written and directed by Paul Tarnopol, and stars Danielle Dallacco, Angelica Boccella,Giovanni Roselli, Chris Lazzaro, Sal Governale, Richard Christy, Bigfoot, Shawn C Phillips and Ron Jeremy and is executive produced by Jennifer "JWOWW" Farley.

Check out the the trailer below the synopsis.

About Jersey Shore Massacre
TITLE: JERSEY SHORE MASSACRE
IN THEATERS: August 22, 2014
CAST: Danielle Dallacco, Sal Governale, Richard Christy, Bigfoot and Ron Jeremy
WRITER: Paul Tarnopol
DIRECTOR: Paul Tarnopol
SYNOPSIS: A typical weekend down the shore takes a bizarre turn in the New Jersey Pine Barrens as six girls and five obnoxious fist-pumpers become the unsuspecting targets of a deranged killer.
GENRE: Horror/Comedy
DISTRIBUTOR: Attack Entertainment

The Walking Dead Season 4 releasing from Anchor Bay

The Walking Dead Season 4by Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

AMC's zombie machine The Walking Dead: The Complete Fourth Season is heading Season 4 on its way to your collection on August 26th from Anchor Bay.

As they've done previously, Anchor Bay will be releasing three editions, including DVD, Blu-ray, and a Collector's Edition Blu-ray featuring amazing collectors packaging. Check out all the official details below.

From the Press Release
August. Baseball season is in full swing. Barbecues have been blazing since Memorial Day. And fans can count another August tradition when Anchor Bay Entertainment releases THE WALKING DEAD: THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON Blu-ray™ + Digital HD with Ultraviolet™ and DVD on August 26th.

Each format contains five loaded discs, presenting each episode exactly as it was originally broadcast. The Blu-ray™ + Digital HD with Ultraviolet™ presents the episodes in pristine 1080p high-definition and lossless Dolby TrueHD 7.1 audio. As with previous season releases, THE WALKING DEAD: THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON rewards fans with hours of bonus features, including never-before-seen production footage, deleted scenes and audio commentaries, with ultra-exclusive content only available on the Blu-ray™ release, including additional audio commentaries and several “extended” episodes seen for the first time!

Another “Walking Dead” home entertainment release tradition, started with the Season 2 Blu-ray™ set, is the unique concept packaging by renowned collectibles creator McFarlane Toys. Following in the “shuffling” footsteps of Season 2’s “Walker Head” and Season 3’s “Walker Aquarium,” THE WALKING DEAD: THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON will be available in a Blu-ray™ limited edition “Tree Walker” package. SRP is $79.99 for the Blu-ray™ + Digital HD with Ultraviolet™, $69.98 for the DVD and $129.99 for the Blu-ray™ limited edition.

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