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‘The Wicked’ Coming in April from Image Entertainment

By Michael Juvinall, More Horror.com

From the look of things, this isn’t your childhood fairytale witch story. The Wicked is set for release from Image Entertainment on DVD, April 30th.

From The Press Release
Image Entertainment suggests you sleep with one eye open as your worst nightmares come to life in The Wicked. A group of curious teenagers decide to seek out their town’s local legend and go on the hunt for a child-eating witch, not realizing they could be her next meal! Directed by Peter Winther, the film stars Devon Werkheiser (Beneath the Darkness), Justin Deeley ("90210"), Nicole Forester (The Double), and Cassie Keller (A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas). The DVD release is set for April 30th with an SRP of $27.97.

Local stories warn that deep in the woods a witch with a ravenous hunger feeds on the flesh of the young. In an abandoned house in the woods, she hunts her victims…and if you try to enter, you'll never see daylight again. When another child goes missing, a group of local teenagers decide to find out if the urban legend is true. What starts out as a meaningless dare turns into a blood-spattered fight for survival against a mistress of darkness in this unrelenting nightmare from which you may never wake up!

'CURANDERO: Dawn of the Demon' releasing on DVD and On Demand

CURANDEROBy David Harkness, MoreHorror.com

The upcoming film CURANDERO: Dawn of the Demon from acclaimed filmmaker Robert Rodriguez will be releasing on DVD with ULTRAVIOLET™ Digital Copy© and Video On Demand March 12 From Lionsgate Home Entertainment and Miramax.

Check out the full details below.

From The Press Release:

From acclaimed filmmaker Robert Rodriguez (Sin City, Machete, Planet Terror) comes Curandero: Dawn of the Demon, a supernatural thriller with an action twist.

Written and co-produced by Rodriguez and executive produced by Harvey and Bob Weinstein (Inglourious Basterds, The Lord of the Rings Motion Picture Trilogy), Curandero: Dawn of the Demon is an action-packed horror flick that takes a couple on a horrifying journey through the deepest bowels of the Mexican underworld.

Also starring longtime Rodriguez collaborator Carlos Gallardo (El Mariachi, Grindhouse, Desperado), the Curandero: Dawn of the Demon DVD will include audio commentary with the directors.

The Walking Dead: 3.09 – The Suicide King Review

By Jesse Miller, MoreHorror.com

Warning – This review contains spoilers!

The Walking Dead continued it’s second half of season 3 with The Suicide King and things came to a jarring halt as events moved in a painstakingly slow set up.

Scenes dragged their heels, from Woodbury to the prison – and while there were a few interesting developments, I couldn’t help but feel the pacing was off as it flicked back and forth and that the episode suffered because of this.

So Daryl opted for Meryl – that came as no surprise given that they’re blood, but what of the group – and more importantly, what of Carol?

In this regard, it was surprising to see Carol come to an understanding so quickly about it all, even though she was absolutely gutted at the same time – but don’t worry Carol, I’m sure he’ll be back.

Meanwhile, Tyreese stops two of his group members from taking over the prison, and as the episode goes on, I’m starting to think Tyreese’s introduction to the show serves only as a mirror to be held up against Rick in his current state.

Poor Rick, he just can’t catch a break, can he? First the phone bit, then the Shane hallucination and now this? He’s suffering a mental breakdown and I’m worried that disaster is coming and that the Gov. is surely going to use this – once he learns about Rick, anyway – to his advantage.

'The Black Dahlia Haunting' Ladies Get Bloody for 'Gore Noir Magazine'

The Black Dahlia Haunting Actresses Gore Noir MagazineBy Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Four beautiful actresses from The Black Dahlia Haunting (review) rolled around in blood for a recent photo shoot for Gore Noir Magazine (issue #7).

In the photos are actresses Devanny Pinn, Sarah Nicklin, Jessica Cameron and Alexis Iacono. The Photographer is Chrissy Edwards for CE Photogentix.

The photo shoot was performed during the last day/closing night of Shockfest Film Festival in November 2012. As you can see, the photos are lovely, creepy, creative, and bloody.

You can check out a few more larger photos from the shoot below the synopsis. All photos are © CE Photogenetix.

The Black Dahlia Haunting Synopsis:
A young woman investigating unsolved murders in Los Angeles begins receiving what she believes are clues from the afterlife revealing the murderer of ELIZABETH SHORT, better known as THE BLACK DAHLIA. She soon begins questioning her own sanity as not only does she learn the identity of Short's killer, but unsettling facts about her own past...as well as her fate...

The film also stars Britt Griffith, Noah Dahl, Cleve A Hall and Writer/Director Brandon Slagle.

Horror Icon Bill Oberst Jr. Joins 'Cell Count II: Blood Count'

Cell Count 2By Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Bill Oberst Jr, the actor who brings your worst nightmares to life on the big screen has just been cast in the upcoming feature film Cell Count II: Blood Count.

"Blood Count" is the counterpart to the slow burning original film Cell Count (review). Check out a larger version below the press release of the cool artist illustration of the character Oberst will be playing, Ernest Freemont.

Stay tuned for more details about this film as they become available.

From The Press Release:
The feature film “Cell Count” went to film festivals all over the world in 2012 and is now available on all leading digital VOD stores including iTunes. It is now the Freeman Brothers’ profound pleasure to announce that horror icon Bill Oberst Jr. will be coming onboard for the upcoming sequel entitled “Cell Count II: Blood Count.”

“Blood Count” starts where the first film left off and takes our survivors on a high speed journey filled with monsters and fugitives. It is a bloody high octane counterpart to the slow burning original film “Cell Count.”

“Bill will be playing the part of Ernest Freemont, the leader of the remaining humans in the quarantined land. His intentions seem sincere but are then put in question once we find out his relationship with Dr. Keller as well as how his unique side effects reveal themselves in unexpected ways.”

“"I first saw Bill in Aaron Moorehead and Justin Benson’s amazing film "Resolution." Since then I’ve gone back and looked at some of his previous work. I’m most excited by the fact that he seems to be our idea of the perfect character actor, so more than just another horror actor. Able to show kindness as well as freakishly intense madness almost as if he could only ever exist on a movie screen. To say this fits the character of Freemont would be the understatement of the century. He is badass on a very old school film noir level and that’s what we need... and are excited about,” says writer and Director Todd E. Freeman.

Eerie New Poster for 'The Silence' Emerges

The SilenceBy David Harkness, MoreHorror.com

A creepy poster for the upcoming murder thriller The Silence has released. Take a look at a larger version of the poster under the synopsis.

THE SILENCE opens in theaters March 8, 2013.

The Silence begins 23 years ago on a hot summer day, when a young girl named Pia is brutally murdered in a field of wheat. Now, on the exact same date in the present, 13-year-old Sinikka is missing, her bicycle abandoned in the same spot. As Krischan, the retired investigator of the unresolved case, and his younger colleague David struggle to solve the mystery of these parallel crimes, Sinikka’s distraught parents are trapped in an agonizing period of waiting and uncertainty. Meanwhile, their daughter’s fate rips open old wounds in the heart of Pia’s mother, who is visited by an unexpected guest with an eerie connection to her daughter. The unrelenting summer heat lies over the quaint family homes like a bell jar and behind closed doors, worlds begin to fall apart.

In his strikingly commanding debut feature The Silence, Swiss-born Baran bo Odar adapts Jan Costin Wagner’s bestselling novel with his own unmistakable signature. Mesmerizing performances by top European actors - headed by Ulrich Thomsen (The Celebration, Brothers), Sebastian Blomberg (The Baader Meinhof Complex), Katrin Sass (Good Bye, Lenin!) and Burghart Klaussner (The White Ribbon, The Edukators) - enrich this intense drama far beyond the crime genre.

'The Lords of Salem' Opening Dates, Poster and New Official Trailer

The Lords of SalemBy Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

A new official trailer for the highly anticipated Rob Zombie film The Lords of Salem has been released, along with opening theater information for the US.

The Lords of Salem will open in cities across the country earlier than previously reported. The film will open on Friday, April 19, 2013 after having its U.S. Premiere in March in SXSW 2013’s Midnighters Section according to our sources.

Cities include New York, Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, Chicago, Philadelphia, DC, Miami, Dallas, Houston, Detroit – and more.

Check out a larger version of the official poster and the new trailer below the synopsis and movie details.

From the singular mind of horror maestro Rob Zombie comes a chilling plunge into a nightmare world where evil runs in the blood. The Lords of Salem tells the tale of Heidi (Sheri Moon Zombie), a radio station DJ living in Salem, Massachusetts, who receives a strange wooden box containing a record, a “gift from the Lords.” Heidi listens, and the bizarre sounds within the grooves immediately trigger flashbacks of the town’s violent past. Is Heidi going mad, or are the “Lords of Salem” returning for revenge on modern-day Salem?

MoreHorror Exclusive: Interview with the Legendary Dee Wallace

Interviewed by Michael Juvinall, More Horror.com

Dee Wallace is something of an icon in the horror genre and the film industry. She’s been doing films for over 40 years and has amassed an incredible resume of film and Television appearances. Most people will probably know Dee from her role as Elliot’s mother in the Steven Spielberg blockbuster, E. T. the Extra-Terrestrial, but horror fans know her from her many roles in genre films including The Hills Have Eyes, The Stepford Wives, The Howling, Cujo, Popcorn, Alligator 2: The Mutation, Temptress, The Frighteners, Black Circle Boys, Boo, Rob Zombie’s Halloween, The House of the Devil, Exit Humanity, and the upcoming Rob Zombie flick, The Lords of Salem.

She sometimes is typecast as the Mom next door character, but she isn’t afraid to venture outside of those roles in order to play against type as women on the lunatic fringe such as her current role as Lilith in The Asylum’s Hansel & Gretel (review here ) adaptation. I’ve had the opportunity to meet Ms. Wallace before and she is such a wonderful woman, so kind, and not at all ashamed of her many roles in horror movies. In fact, she has embraced those roles as giving her the chance to play characters with depth and emotion that she wouldn’t have otherwise gotten the chance to play if she only went for the “safe” or mainstream roles. Something else that might surprise you about Dee is that she is an international healer who has two radio shows on the subject.

Join me as I talk to Dee about her role in Hansel & Gretel, past films, horror movies, and what she’s up to next.

'CRAWL' to Release on DVD

Crawl DVDBy Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Horror festival favorite CRAWL will be releasing on DVD from The Collective and Bloody Disgusting on February 26, 2013. The film will also be available On Demand and as a Digital Download/Rental.

Check out the trailer below the official details.

From The Press Release:
The Collective, a leading entertainment management and production company, and top horror website BloodyDisgusting.com, bring you the new Australian suspense thriller Crawl as part of their Bloody Disgusting Selects film series.

Written and directed by Paul China, and produced by brother Ben China, Crawl has been invited to over 30 festivals thus far. The film has been compared to the works of the Coen Brothers (No Country for Old Men and Blood Simple), Hitchcock and Polanski. Crawl, the debut feature film of the two brothers, showcases the work of rising talented filmmakers, unafraid to leap beyond the normal and expected to give audiences a deep, emotional, and horrific escape. The film is about a murder-for-hire gone bad which lands an innocent waitress hostage in her own home and driven to desperate measures for survival. It will be release on DVD and Digitally on February 26th, 2013.

The film brings together a talented cast spearheaded by rising-star Georgina Haig of Fox’s most popular science fiction drama (Fringe), George Shevtsov (Love Serenade, Dead Calm), Catherine Miller (Terra Nova) and Lynda Stoner (Prisoner). Other notable crew-members include renowned cinematographer Brian Breheny (The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert, The Hard Word) who not only shot the picture, but also produced and John Scott, the acclaimed editor of Little Fish, Sexy Beast and The Quiet American.

MoreHorror Giveaway: Win a copy of 'Mimesis' on Blu-ray

By Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

We've got a special bloody Valentine giveaway for you thanks to Anchor Bay Entertainment in the form of Mimesis: Night of The Living Dead.

We have 2 Blu-ray copies of the film to give away. To enter, simply email mimesisgiveaway[at]morehorror.com with the subject line Mimesis Giveaway. In the email, tell us what your all time favorite Zombie movie is along with your full name and physical mailing address (sorry no PO Boxes and only US residents qualify to win).

That's it! Good luck. Winners will be chosen randomly.

About Mimesis
Turning the classic horror film NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD into a real life nightmare February 12th on Blu-ray™ and DVD

Why watch a horror film when you can live one?

For over a century, fans have had their blood curdled and spins chilled by the vicarious thrills of horror films. Whether populated by ghouls, slashers, zombies or vampires, fans flocked to have their pulse quickened and exercise their scream-generating skills. But one thing remained constant: eventually the story ended, because it was only a movie. What if it didn’t have to end? What if the next level of horror was to experience a horror film from the inside?


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