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The Walking Dead: 3.11 – 'I Ain’t A Judas' Review

By Jesse Miller, MoreHorror.com

Warning: This review contains spoilers!

I always love looking at the episode titles of The Walking Dead and trying to decipher what possible meaning was there behind them and I Ain’t A Judas was particularly simple to figure out – it’s really all about Andrea.

It seems the past season; the one thing that fans are divided on and are particularly fond of tearing to shreds is Andrea’s place in this part of the tale and just how boneheaded she seems to be when it comes to Woodbury.

The writers have defended her actions and so have I – she is blind to what we see after all – so I’m hoping the focus on Andrea’s actions in this episode just help the fan base to sympathise with a little more – and perhaps ease up on the unneeded and harsh criticism of her.

Okay, so when Andrea says “there are good people in Woodbury” – that really remains to be seen, what, with all them at the gladiator fight screaming for blood and all – and makes a strange decision to side back with The Governor at the end of this episode, it’s a little difficult to swallow, but now she’s starting to wake up and smell those roses and see what’s really going on.

There were other silly lines of dialogue given to Andrea, of course – like when she learned of Shane’s death at the hand of Rick and utters “Shane loved Rick”, which is ridiculous when everyone saw how heated and unpredictable Shane was becoming before she separated from the group in season 2.

Sick (2012) Review

By Jesse Miller, MoreHorror.com

The examination of a post apocalyptic world after a zombie outbreak is one we’ve seen time and time again, from Night Of The Living Dead to The Walking Dead – take your pick, I am sure there are thousands out there.

From it’s opening, It’s clear SICK’s focus is heavily on its characters and not so much the gore – although there is plenty of it anyway – and we are introduced to the colourful band of characters, their lives and the world they are now forced to live in.

Though I love a good character study – especially when it takes place in a post apocalyptic world – I must admit I struggled to follow these characters through their fight for survival.

Though I heard their stories, saw the tension and their fight for survival, I never felt connected to them and their cause and as such, I couldn’t bring myself to become invested in their fight for survival or their outcome.

For me, this is the primary problem in SICK – there needed to be more meat on the bones with these characters and with so many zombie films throughout the years examining the survivors, It was nice to see SICK try for something a little different in this world, but ultimately, and quite unfortunately, it just didn’t work for me.

'Godzilla' Casting News

Juliette BinocheBy Michael Juvinall, MoreHorror.com

We've got new word on another actress circling the new Godzilla film from Legendary Pictures. Read on for the latest news on who's looking to join the cast.

Variety is reporting that Juliette Binoche is in negotiations to join the cast of the Godzilla reboot. Aaron Johnson (), Elizabeth Olsen (Silent House), and Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) are all in talks to star in the upcoming Godzilla reboot as well.

Godzilla is set to be directed by Gareth Edwards from a script being tightened up by Frank Darabont. Production is slated to begin this March with a release date of May 16th, 2014.

Character descriptions, along with additional plot details, are under wraps at this point. Warner Bros. will handle the film's distribution.

Keep it here to More Horror for everything Godzilla as we will be following this film very closely.

Review: The ABCs of Death

The ABCs of DeathBy M@tch, MoreHorror.com

The ABCs of Death is an ostentatious production-going into territory that could be an emergent aspect of 21st century entertainment. Although the similarity with the 80's & 90's festival circuit freak show called Spike & Mike's Sick & Twisted Animation Festival can't be ignored. I compare the two because they're both filled with shorts which primarily consists of the most depraved stuff on earth.

ABCs started with a warning: an explanation about the producers and about content with how this could be unsafe to some viewers.

If you are a horror aficionado then you will be immediately attracted to the beginning sequence as you follow a splash, then a trail, then a pool of blood to a bath with children's blocks floating face up with the phrase ABC's of Death on the surface. The fading in and out of the surface of blood throughout the movie in between each short has seamlessly blended very well with the other productions.

If you take the time to sit through all two hours of this combination effort, be prepared to be shocked, repulsed & puzzled at this year's tapestry of films that these producers have painted their styles upon.

Some of the films titles are meant to be discovered while watching the films, so they have been left out of the comments below. However, if you'l like to see a list of all the films titles, you can see them here. Enjoy.

A is for... this has an interesting low budget feel to it with a bit of a shock at the beginning. As an opener to this type of sequence this short definitely shows what the watcher they are in for. It is written to keep you guessing what the "A" is for until the very end.

B is for... is a very good Spanish campfire scary story. This one is worthy of learning and using to keep small children in bed at night.

C is for... is a great example of the creativeness in the horror genre. About halfway through you guess what the "C" stands for and the twist it makes in the plot, makes this particular short stand out.

Creepy UK film 'Lord of Tears' Completes Production

Lord of Tears PosterBy Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Film production for the upcoming UK horror film Lord of Tears has been completed.

The folks behind the movie have begun to offer special edition pre-orders through a Kickstarter campaign in hopes to finance a limited theatrical run.

A new trailer for the film has released, which can be seen below, and a video on Kickstarter has been posted to describe the project to those new to the film.

According to the producers, the film is inspired by classic horror cinema, movies such as 'The Haunting, 'The Innocents', 'The Wickerman' and The Shining', along with a little J-Horror and 'Slenderman' mixed in.

Its reportedly a story of twists and turns, that follows a man trapped in a crumbling mansion, stalked by an immortal owl headed god.

Lord of Tears is written by Sarah Daly (cousin of Kate Bush) also known as the artist Metaphorest, and it stars David Schofield (Pirates of the Carribean) and upcoming starlet Lexy Hulme.

Check out the trailer and additional details below, including some screen caps of Owl Man.

Exclusive: Gravitas Ventures Acquires Jared Masters' New Horror Film 'Slink'

Slink Posterby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Gravitas Ventures has gained Worldwide VOD rights to Jared Masters' Horror Film 'Slink' for a June 1st, 2013 release.

Read more about it from the official details below.

From The Exclusive Press Release:
Frolic Pictures Presents Slink... After the unexplained death of their Uncle Arlo, Kayla Nunez and her sister venture to his home in the rural town of Wickenhaven. They plan to claim their share of his estate, but their trip takes a drastic turn after discovering that their uncle's house is occupied by a mysterious relative, Aunt May, who may be harboring deadly secrets.

Complicating matters is the deranged, lust-filled tanning salon owner, Dale, and his exotic wife, Joan, whose business in designer handbags is the backbone to the entire town's economy, and possibly the darkest fashion controversy the world will ever know.

'SLINK' stars: Julia Faye West, Dawna Lee Heising, Art Roberts, and Danika Galindo, with Jade Bryce, Paul Tirado, Anthony Del Negro, Cosondra Sjostrom, David Saucedo, Jael Lloyd, Jacqueline Larsen, Geo Sargent, and Marylyn Brooks.

Shot by Tim McCombe, with production design by Adam Trash.

See this chilling new horror film on Video On Demand June 1st, 2013.

Peter Dukes’ Upcoming ‘Little Reaper’ Teaser Poster Flips Us The Bird!

”LittleBy Michael Juvinall, More Horror.com

Independent filmmaker Peter Dukes (The Beast, A Goblin’s Tale) is hard at work with post-production on his latest short film Little Reaper.

His Dream Seekers Productions has released a new teaser poster and a few stills from the film for us.

A couple of months ago, I had an exclusive interview (read here) with Dukes as he spoke about his past films and the upcoming Little Reaper.

Dukes’ describes Little Reaper as a quirky horror/comedy about the grim reaper’s difficult teenage daughter.

“She's kind of feisty and independent, who really doesn't want to be a reaper but she is forced to take over her father's duties for one day and of course chaos ensues.”

Dukes goes on to say “It's this crazy horror film; it's got a lot of comedy in it. I like to challenge myself; I haven't really tackled comedy before, so it's got a lot of crazy elements like that in there. It's relatively light hearted; it's something that's all in fun. We've got a fantastic cast and great crew.”

If any of Peter Dukes’ previous short films are any indication of what’s ahead, I’ll be very excited to see how Little Reaper turns out.

80's Style Slasher 'Teachers' Day" AKA "Blood School" in Production

By Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Forward momentum is in progress for the new 80's style slasher film Teachers' Day AKA Blood School. Check out the details from Frolic Pictures below.

From The Press Release:

Frolic Pictures, in Hollywood, is slated to shoot a new 80′s style slasher next month. "Teachers' Day" AKA "Blood School". The love-letter to video trash of yesteryear will be brought to the screen by jilted writer/director Jared Masters. Scored by Sean Gibson, shot by Tim McCombe, with production design by Adam Trash.

The story involves a Napoleon Bonaparte obsessed high school educator, Ty Anderson, whose minor online communication with a teasing student finds him immediately terminated from school grounds, which snaps him into a psychotic killing spree, terrorizing his former female students at their slumber party.

The film features Bruce Kade, Kris Black, Art Roberts, Dawna Lee Heising, Paul Tirado, Courtney Rood, Anthony Del Negro, Sunny Vachher, and Savannah Matlow.

The film is set for a Friday, December 13th, 2013 release. Trailer and more news coming soon!

The Walking Dead: 3.10 – “Home” Review

By Jesse Miller, MoreHorror.com

Warning! This review contains spoilers!

After last week’s episode slowed down the pace to set the playing board, “Home” was a strong, intense and fast paced episode that moved things along quickly.

While Rick battled his demons and Daryl struggled with his place in the world, I was left wondering where Tyreese’s group was and just what they were doing.

“Home” wasn’t interested in setting up them for now and while they could’ve quite easily trimmed a scene and squeezed them in for a minute scene or something, I was more than satisfied enough with the material I got with the end result.

Daryl begins to question his place, which leads to him clashing with Merle – and when they rescue a Spanish family from walkers, things get more tense between the siblings after Daryl catches Merle selfishly ransacking the family’s car for supplies.

Daryl stops him, of course – with a crossbow to the head, no less – and upon departing the family, the siblings bicker more, where some more history about them is revealed to the audience.

These major revelations are that Merle and Daryl planed to ransack the group in season 1 and that their father was abusive to both of them in the past.

What I loved about this scene is that it’s wonderfully played by both the actors here and that with this startling bit of information, Michael Rooker gets to display a little more depth with Merle than usual.

Meanwhile at the prison, Glenn steps up for Rick – who has gone walkabout looking for Lori – and plans the next step, which further upsets Maggie, who is rightfully haunted by her time as a captive of Woodbury.

'The ABC's Of Death' Directors Q & A February 20th

The ABC's of DeathBy Michael Juvinall, MoreHorror.com

The hit anthology film that features 26 different directors and 26 different ways to die, The ABC's of Death is having a live Q & A with 17 of its directors on February 20th.

17 directors and producers from film The ABC's of Death will be answering your questions live on Reddit.com tomorrow! Tune-in for a chance to get your questions answered.

When: Tomorrow, February 20, 2013 from 11:00am PST – 2:00pm PST

Who: The following Directors and Producers are participating in the Reddit AMA Live Chat:

Nacho Vigalondo - A is for Apocalypse
Adrían Garcia Bogliano - B is for Bigfoot
Ernesto Díaz Espinoza - C is for Cycle
Marcel Sarmiento - D is for Dogfight
Thomas Malling - H is for Hydro-Electric Diffusion
Jorge Michel Grau- I is for Ingrown
Simon Rumley - P is for Pressure
Adam Wingard - Q is for Quack
Srdjan Spasojevic- R is for Removed
Lee Hardcastle - T is for Toilet
Ben Wheatley - U is for Unearthed
Kaare Andrews - V is for Vagitus
Jon Schnepp – W is for WTF
Xavier Gens - X is for XXL
Jason Eisener - Y is for Youngbuck
Ant Timpson – Co Producer
Tim League – Co Producer

Where: http://www.reddit.com/

MoreHorror Giveaway: Win a copy of 'CRAWL' on DVD

Crawl DVDBy Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

We've got 2 DVD's to give away for the horror film CRAWL from the kind folks at Salient Media.

As always entering is easy, simply email us at crawlgiveaway[at]morehorror.com with the subject line CRAWL GIVEAWAY and let us know what horror movie makes your skin crawl the most. Also include your full name and physical address (sorry no PO Boxes and open only US residents). Winners will be chosen at random. Good luck!

Set in an unknown rural town, a seedy bar-owner hires a mysterious hitman to settle a score. The gun-toting killer crosses paths with an innocent waitress sparking a cat and mouse struggle of survival. As tension builds, everyone is driven to desperate measures causing a chain of events that build to a blood-curdling climax.

Directed By: Paul China
Produced By: Benjamin China, Brian J. Breheny
Cinematography By: Brian J. Breheny
Edited By: Bin Li, John Scott
Cast: Georgina Haig, Andy Barclay, Lauren Dillon, Paul Bryant, Catherine Miller, George Shevtson, Lynda Stoner

'Sinister' Film Review

Sinister by Shannon Hilson, MoreHorror.com

If you were one of the people who really dug writer/director Scott Derrickson’s feature debut The Exorcism of Emily Rose, then you should really think about checking out his latest offering as well – Sinister. As with Emily Rose, Derrickson has done another terrific job at creating a convincingly scary world and a menacing state of affairs by combining classic horror elements and great writing with the casting of a talented and convincing lead actor.

Sinister stars Ethan Hawke as Ellison Oswalt, a detail-oriented true crime author who has once again immersed himself in the research for his next sure-to-be bestseller. You see, Oswalt has a habit of wanting to get close to the settings of the crimes he writes about, so he actually moves his family from location to location in order to be close to the actual crime scenes themselves. The movie opens to Oswalt moving his unwitting family into just such a home where an entire family was hung to death in the back yard.

Not long after, Oswalt discovers a mysterious box of Super 8 home movies in the attic. After watching the movies out of curiosity, he discovers that they are all snuff films depicting the graphic murders of various families at a number of locations. One of movies even appears to have recorded the hanging of the family that died there previously. At first, Oswalt thinks he’s merely dealing with the trophy collection of a human serial killer… but he eventually finds out that there is a supernatural, potentially demonic element behind the killings as well. Sinister is the story of what happens to Ellison and his family next.


The Burning TimeReviewed By Rick O’Shea, MoreHorror.com

Author: J.G. FAHERTY
274 Pages
JournalStone Publishing

Three strangers have arrived to the sleepy hollow of Hasting Mills and nothing’s been quite the same ever since. While the police are baffled by a series of suicides off the local bridge, the only link seems to be they’re all teenaged girls suffering from heart break. Reverend Cyrus Christian has arrived for the position of town preacher, while the second stranger Billy Ray Capshaw takes on a job as the church’s handyman. The third drifter is John Root who has caused the gossip mill to run into overdrive taking residence with young Danni Anderson and her adolescent brother Mitch. Mr. Root’s services have been tendered to fix up the old Anderson place. Is there a diabolical lineage between the strangers’ arrival and the epidemic of teen suicides? Will Hasting Mills survive the apocalyptic dread that has descended among its population causing one to turn on one another; or will each ultimately fall to their demise and the very real evil that lurks just around the bend in The Burning Time?

JournalStone publishing is a company I’ve been following very closely for the past year, year and a half. While seemingly cut from an independent cloth and markets for the most part relative unknown authors, the press boasts some most formidable talent. I’ve become a bona fide Faherty fan prior to delving into this assignment, so it was with much enthusiasm and vigor that I tore into this epic tale of good versus evil.

One can usually tell if you’re about to enjoy an imaginative read within the first fifty pages or so. The author utilizes subtleties with the subconscious, beckoning the audience deep within his tale, in all likelihood long before the reader even realizes it. His talent for character development, protagonists we can invest in from an empathetic stand point and lead antagonists we love to hate truly sets the precedence for aspiring authors everywhere. His delicate balance of dialogue, action and refusal to harp upon needless exposition is well honed and translates well unto both new readers and avid fans such as myself.

MoreHorror Exclusive: First Set Pics from Bill Oberst Jr. Film ‘Krampus: The Christmas Devil’; Interview with Director Jason Hull

by Michael Juvinall, MoreHorror.com

We ran an exclusive story back in December on the indie film Krampus: The Christmas Devil, starring Bill Oberst Jr. which started pre-production. Now we have another exclusive for you, we have the first on set pics from the film which has been shooting in Pennsylvania for the last two weeks, and an exclusive interview with the director, Jason Hull.

From writer/director Jason Hull (Chasing Darkness, The Four) and Snowdog Studio comes this yuletide tale of terror featuring an ancient creature whose purpose is to punish the naughty children from Santa’s list. Along with Bill Oberst Jr.(Abraham Lincoln Vs. Zombies, Children of Sorrow) the cast features Rich Goteri (Machine Gun Preacher, Circus of Dread, Goodfellas), AJ Leslie (The Four), Mike Mili (Demon Equation), Jay Dobyns, and Brad Weaver (Chasing Darkness) as the Krampus.

Based on German folklore that dates back hundreds of years, the Krampus legend tells of a devil-like creature that is the evil counterpart of Saint Nicholas. Whereas Saint Nicholas rewards good children with presents, the Krampus punishes the naughty ones by swatting them with switches and sometimes dragging them back with him to Hell.

According to legend, the Krampus resembles the mythological Satyr with a goat-like appearance including long horns, cloven hooves, and a devilishly long tongue.

'The Jefferey Dahmer Files' One Sheet and Trailer Releases

by Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

The Jefferey Dahmer Files, a new chilling and experimental documentary from IFC Midnight is now playing in select theaters and available to watch on Cable VOD, SundanceNow, iTunes and other digital outlets.

THE JEFFREY DAHMER FILES, directed by Chris James Thompson, explores this question through archival footage and interviews with the people who knew the infamous serial killer during that horrific summer.

Take a look at the trailer and larger one sheet below the official synopsis.

What drives a seemingly mundane man to commit a series of acts so heinous that it captured the attention of a horrified nation? In the summer of 1991 Jeffrey Dahmer was arrested in Milwaukee and sentenced to 957 years in prison for killing 17 people and dismembering their bodies.

THE JEFFREY DAHMER FILES explores this Midwestern city by meeting those surrounding Dahmer during and after his hidden spree.

Recollections from Milwaukee Medical Examiner Jeffrey Jentzen, Police Detective Patrick Kennedy, and neighbor Pamela Bass are interwoven with archival footage and everyday scenes from Dahmer's life, working collectively to disassemble the facade of an ordinary man leading an ordinary existence.


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