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'Axe Giant: The Wrath Of Paul Bunyan' Review

Reviewed by Marcey Papandrea, MoreHorror.com

Going into a film called Axe Giant: The Wrath Of Paul Bunyan it really is hard to know what to expect or what sort of film it is. As I went in without knowing anything, I was surprised to find a fun and watchable film. I kind of know a little about Paul Bunyan, a lumberjack legend and I’ve seen pictures so I had that kind of image in mind. This film however takes that legend and adds a spin to it, a pretty good idea to make this its own thing.

Storywise, sure this isn’t wholly original; a group of young adults (first time offenders in boot camp) go off camping as part of a program. Things aren’t what they expected as something is lurking in the woods … I think you know the rest.
What makes this work is the legend itself, it’s not something we’ve seen, it’s not a killer with a knife in the woods, it’s not Jason, it’s not an evil entity, it’s something based on Paul Bunyan. It’s a lot of fun having that at play, it sort of gets the excitement up, especially when you get to see what it is exactly.

The characters are nothing new; we know them well in horror. The actors here aimed to provide something a bit different and they come off decent enough. It is 50/50 with you wanting them to get away or fall victim to what’s out there. I sort of had this weird grin on my face through the film; it’s fun and silly on a no budget.

I think the lack of budget actually plays in the films favour, the CG effects look less than convincing but it adds such an entertaining factor. The practical effects are really decent, so it is this odd blend them manages to work in some very strange way. The ‘thing’ itself (I am being vague as to not spoil what it is) looks pretty neat, I really liked the design and I think they did a good job there.

Genre-defying horror film 'Slink' available June 14 On Demand and iTunes

SLINKBy MoreHorror.com

The genre-defying horror movie Slink (review) will be available On Demand and iTunes tomorrow, June 14, 2013. You can check out the trailer below.

This shocking, intelligent, entertaining and controversial motion picture from writer/director Jared Masters stars: Julia Faye West, Dawna Lee Heising, Art Roberts, and Danika Galindo, with Jade Bryce and Anthony Del Negro.

The story involves innocent girls being abducted by a psychotic tanning salon owner, while his exotic wife's business in designer handbags is the backbone to the entire town's economy, and possibly the darkest fashion controversy the world will ever know. Shot by Tim McCombe, with production design by Adam Trash. Produced by Frolic Pictures and Dismal Productions. Seth Metoyer from MoreHorror.com is also a producer. You've never seen anything like it.

Jared Masters is also in post production for his recent slasher-comedy Teachers' Day, and in negotiations to direct Carny Girls (2014), a sci-fi horror about a spider-girl illusion that comes to life on the midway, and Hott Act (2014), a paranormal thriller involving an all-girl band. He is also a producer on Seth Metoyer's Squeal: The Blood Harvest (2014).

SLINK Synopsis
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.

'Insidious: Chapter 2' trailer and official one sheet brings back the chills

by Jesse Miller, MoreHorror.com

The highly anticipated trailer to the sequel of 2011’s creepy hit Insidious has finally hit the web and it’s absolutely worth wait.

Rather than focusing on new characters in a new haunted house, Insidious: Chapter 2 will pick up after the end of the first film and see the Lambert family terrorised once more.

Cast members Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne return, as does Barbara Hershey, Angus Sampson and Lin Shaye.

Insidious: Chapter 2 will be freaking out cinemas come September 13th later this year, so be sure to jump on board the ghost train when it hits your neck of the woods.

The haunted Lambert family seeks to uncover the mysterious childhood secret that has left them dangerously connected to the spirit world.

As she did in the first Insidious, Oscar-nominated Hershey will play the role of Lorraine Lambert, the mother to Patrick Wilson’s Josh Lambert and the grandmother to the demon-possessed boy Dalton.

Behind the scenes 'The Black Dahlia Haunting' clip releases

by Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Origin Releasing has released a behind-the-scenes clip from the upcoming DVD and Blu-Ray release of the ("Smart, Driven..." MoreHorror.com) film 'The Black Dahlia Haunting' (), which hits Video on Demand and Pay-Per-View on July 1st, a full month before the DVD street date.

Check out the behind the scenes preview below the details.

From the Press Release
The acclaimed paranormal thriller, which has garnered such accolades as Best Director, Actress, and Monster at Shockfest 2012 in Hollywood and Best Use of Sexuality and Best Cameo at Pollygrind 2012, follows a young woman from New York City who travels to Los Angeles to check on the well-being of her estranged brother, who is being held in a psychiatric ward for the murder of his parents. While in LA she finds herself consumed by a mysterious spirit who turns out to be none other than Elizabeth Short, known in legend as THE BLACK DAHLIA.

The film stars Devanny Pinn (Hold Your Breath, Nude Nuns With Big Guns), Britt Griffith (SyFy's Ghost Hunters, Ghost Hunters International), Cleve A. Hall (SyFy's Monster Man, Dead.tv), Noah Dahl (Bad Teacher, Mr. and Mrs. Smith), Alexis Iacono (Blue Caprice, Prescott Place), Jessica Cameron (Silent Night, Camel Spiders), and Sarah Nicklin (The Disco Exorcist, 27 Dresses). The film was written and directed by Brandon Slagle, who also wrote and directed last years found footage science fiction feature "Area 51 Confidential" and appeared as an actor in films such as Argo and Patient Zero.

Slagle recently wrapped production on his new directorial effort, the Adventure/Scifi/Creature film "Dead Sea" (working title: Black Lagoon) for Origin, which will see release in 2014.

'SLINK' has Hollywood Premiere and Red Carpet Event

SLINKby MoreHorror.com

The highly anticipated indie horror film SLINK () had its Hollywood Red Carpet Premiere on Saturday.

We have some highlights for you as well as a new video interview to check out below the details.

SLINK will be available on Demand next Friday, June 14th.

From the Press Release
Red Carpet Arrivals at the Slink Hollywood Premiere

Host Kamuela Kim greets arrivals at the Slink Hollywood Premiere, on the Kam Kim Show, Saturday, June 8th, 2013. Featuring Julia Faye West, Dawna Lee Heising, Art Roberts, Danika Galindo, Sean Gibson, Adam Trash, Geo Sargent, Marylyn Brooks, Mantha Balourdou, Cosondra Sjostrom, Michael Anthony, Paul Tirado & Sunny Vachher. The film was written and directed by Jared Masters, produced by Frolic Pictures and Dismal Productions. Premieres on Time Warner Cable June 14th!

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.

IFC Midnight releases official US Trailer and Poster for 'GRABBERS'

GrabbersBy David Harkness, Morehorror.com

The official US trailer and brand new poster for the the upcoming horror-comedy, GRABBERS has been released by IFC Midnight.

GRABBERS opens in select theaters and will be available on cable VOD and digital outlets starting July 19th. Please find additional information about the film attached and feel free to share the new poster and trailer with your readers.

Check out the details, synopsis and trailer below.

When an alien invasion strikes in a sleepy Ireland town, the residents learn that the only way to stay safe… is to stay drunk. The film was an official selection of the Sundance Film Festival and is sure to become a cult classic! Check out the official poster and trailer and see why IGN called the film "as ridiculous as it is entertaining."

On Erin Island, an idyllic fishing village off the coast of Ireland, charming but somewhat work-shy Ciaran O’Shea, is tasked with greeting Lisa Nolan, a straight-laced young officer who has arrived from the mainland. Not that there is much for them to do, aside from dealing with the occasional drunk, and that’s usually O’Shea himself. But strange doings are afoot: the crew of a fishing boat disappears, whales start appearing dead on the shore, a local lobsterman catches a strange tentacled creature in his trap. Soon it becomes clear to O’Shea and Nolan that there’s something big out there, and that it’s hungry. It’s time to rally the villagers, arm the troops…and head to the pub.

'V/H/S/ 2' Review

V/H/S/2 Poster Reviewed by Matt Boiselle, MoreHorror.com

I had almost lost complete faith in the entire found-footage collective until last years release of V/H/S - it had seemed as if there really wasn't anything more that could be done in order to impress an audience outside of nauseating the multitudes with stomach-churning camera work, and inane plot points that were completely devoid of scares. I'm fairly positive that the combination of a solid plot with multiple stories a la Creepshow, is what made the first V/H/S such a cult hit amongst horror fans, and the latest installment is sure to make even the pickiest zealot jump for joy after watching this one.

**Warning, Possible Spoilers below**

As we open V/H/S 2, we follow the camera work of 2 private investigators that are on the trail of a missing college student, so like any decent slimy back-alley P.I. would do, they obtain the missing student's address and decide to break into his home in the middle of the night in order to obtain any clues pertaining to his disappearance. Their immediate pronouncements are in the form of a slew of static-riddled TV sets and stacked VCR tapes aplenty. With the insertion of the first tape we begin with the stories.

In "Clinical Trials Phase 1"- we follow the 1st person view of a man that has lost his eye in a car accident, and has been given a test camera placed in a prosthetic eye, which begins to pick up some very frightening visuals, much to the test-subject's misfortune. Story #2 is titled "A Ride in the Park", and takes you along on a mountain biking trek via the riders helmet-cam when it goes horribly awry, and the subsequent gory results (and I mean GORY). My personal favorite of the entire film is story #3, " Safe Haven", where a news crew is visiting a cult-like commune to interview it's spiritual leader as he prepares himself and his "children" for safe passage to the promised gates. This tale is extremely disturbing in the sense that it's exhaustively believable in its subject matter. The gore in this feature is off the wall, and let me just say this in three short words...MASS RITUAL SUICIDE - this yarn will blow your mind !!

'Let Sleeping Corpses Lie' (1974) Review

Reviwed by Chris Wright, MoreHorror.com

Directed By: Jorge Grau
Written By: Juan Cobos, Sandro Continenza Marcello Coscia, Miguel Rubio

Starring: Cristina Galbo (Edna), Ray Lovelock (George) Arthur Kennedy (The Inspector), Aldo Massasso (Kinsey), Giorgio Trestini (Craig), Roberto Posse (Benson), Jose Lifante (Martin), Jeannine Mestre (Katie), Gengher Gatti (Keith), Fernando (Guthrie), Vera Drudi (Mary), Vicente Vega (Dr. Duffield), Francisco Sanz (Perkins), Paul Benson (Wood), Anita Colby (Nurse)

Let Sleeping Corpses Lie is a forgotten Spanish-Italian zombie movie from the middle 1970s that deserves more viewers in its camp. This title has so many alternate titles in its numerous releases that it can be difficult to track down. The original title is “Non si deve profanare il sonno dei morti” and the most common title that was released in America was “The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue.” It was also released in some theaters in America as “Don’t Open the Window.”

The plot begins when a cop chases two strange hippies and eventually comes upon the real problem which is the living dead! They are brought to life by a chemical pesticide used by local farmers, which brings forth their quest for human flesh. The plot sounds like a really bad and cheesy B 70s movie. Despite my initial assumption it would be a B movie, this movie is actually very well done. This is not a B movie in the slightest.

The characters are well served here. One notable character is the Sergeant who is over the cases happening in the area. Arthur Kennedy does a superb job at being a closed minded man who refuses to listen to what is happening and insists that his way is the right way. The twist at the very end of the movie comes back to bite the man entirely on how he behaved in the duration of the film. George and Edna do a fine job in their roles in trying to warn the masses of what is happening in their area.

'My Amityville Horror' (2012) Review

Reviewed by Jesse Miller, MoreHorror.com

38 years after the world first learnt about a possible haunting in Amityville, now known as “The Amityville Horror”, Writer / Director Eric Walter and his band of film-makers approach Daniel Lutz for any more bits of information involving his family and the paranormal forces they may or may not faced during the 28 days they lived in that house.

The audience sits down to talk with Daniel about his life before and after the event and along for the ride are various journalists that covered the original news articles, parapsychologists that have probably been studying the situation for years, psychologists that examine Daniel’s mental state and friends of the family that have some stuff of their own to say.

What you’ve got here then is a documentary that explores the possibility of a supernatural force but also takes a step back and examines Daniel’s life as a troubled teen all the way up to his psychological state as an adult.

More interesting is the examination that all this supernatural activity is a by-product of the troubled household that Daniel lived in, that the negative aspects of his new step dad and new household led to a confused child believing he was possessed or that his dad could perform telekinesis.

The strongest thing about this documentary is that it takes this uncomfortable look at Daniel’s mental health and asks the sad questions and ponders why this man has become such a broken, haunted man.

When Daniel grumbles that he was possessed as a teenager, that he was taken to a boarding school where priests preformed an exorcism on him, you can’t help but be torn between accepting his answer as it is or just feeling sorry for him as he struggled with his family’s newfound fame as a result of their story.

'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).


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