'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.

ABCs of Death 2 unleashing in October

ABCs of Death 2By Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

The ABCs of Death 2 is coming to VOD through Magnet Releasing on October 2nd and will hit theaters on October 31st. Just what one needs after a night of tricks and treats.

About The ABCs of Death 2
THE ABCs OF DEATH 2 is produced by Ant Timpson and Tim League, in conjunction with associate producers Todd Brown, Marc Walkow, Mitch Davis, and Ted Geoghegan.

THE ABCs OF DEATH 2’s directors are an eclectic, acclaimed group, consisting of Julian Barratt of The Mighty Boosh; Israel’s Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado (BIG BAD WOLVES, RABIES); Japan’s arthouse provocateur Sion Sono (COLD FISH, SUICIDE CLUB); Academy Award-nominated animator Bill Plympton; ROOM 237 mastermind Rodney Ascher; Filipino icon – and Director’s Fortnight inductee – Erik Matti (ON THE JOB, MAGIC TEMPLE); Lithuania’s Kristina Buozyte and Bruno Samper (VANISHING WAVES); SPLICE and CUBE's Vincenzo Natali; indie horror icon Larry Fessenden (THE LAST WINTER, HABIT); THE STATION’s Marvin Kren; Todd Rohal (THE CATECHISM CATACLYSM); Canada’s king of lo-fi, Steven Kostanski (MANBORG); Cuba’s Alejandro Brugués (JUAN OF THE DEAD); indie director Robert Boocheck; acclaimed UK commercial director Jim Hosking; Japanese monster-maker Hajime Ohata (HENGE); Canadian short film wizard Chris Nash (SKINFECTIONS); France’s Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo (INSIDE, LIVID); E.L. Katz (director of the SXSW breakout hit CHEAP THRILLS); twin filmmakers Jen and Sylvia Soska (AMERICAN MARY, SEE NO EVIL 2); A LONELY PLACE TO DIE’s Julian Gilbey; Brazil’s most controversial filmmaker Dennison Ramalho (NINJAS, LOVE FOR MOTHER ONLY); the founder of Nigerian “Nollywood” cinema Lancelot Imasuen; THE LEGEND OF BEAVER DAM and STAGE FRIGHT’s Jerome Sable; and animator Robert Morgan – creator of the BAFTA Award nominated short BOBBY YEAH.

'Live-In-Fear' world premiere announced

Live-In-Fearby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Producers Brandon Scullion and Maria Olsen have announced the world premiere of Live-In Fear at the United Film Festival on September 5, 2014. Check out the official details below, as well as the trailer.

From The Press Release
LIVE-IN FEAR stars Sarah Greyson, Arielle Brachfeld, David Lautman, and Chris Dorman and is Las Vegas native Brandon Scullion’s first feature film as a writer/director. Deeply rooted in mystery and shot on a budget of only $5,000 in Brian Head, UT, the film holds true to the DIY tradition of low-budget filmmaking – only using resources readily available to the filmmakers to capture truly disturbing and graphic imagery. It is sure to lurk in one’s minds for weeks after viewing.

Live-In Fear will have its world premiere at the United Film Festival on September 5th, 2014 at 9:30pm in Los Angeles, CA. Tickets are available for purchase here:http://www.theunitedfest.com/events/live-in-fear/

“And to think I only started Live-In Fear as a “practice film.” It turned into something much grander and I couldn't be more proud. I’m very excited for everyone to see it and so happy and grateful to be having the world premiere at the United Film Festival!” Brandon Scullion, Writer/Director

"Co-producing Live-In Fear was a wonderful adventure – I learned SO much! – And it’s absolutely amazing to see how the project has developed and grown since we started our shoot one frosty morning in Utah so many months ago. Brandon Scullion and the entire cast and crew are just so incredibly talented! I anticipate seeing great things from them in future and can’t wait to work with them again.” Maria Olsen, Producer, MOnsterworks66

'Axeman 2: Overkill' in pre-production, cast announced

Axemanby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

AXEMAN 2: OVERKILL BODY-COUNT A.K.A. Cast List is currently In Pre-Production and cast list has been released. Principal Photography to begin Sept. 29th, 2014. Official details below.

From The Press Release
Blood Red Films and the filmmakers of AXEMAN 2: OVERKILL, the next installment in 80’s throwback slasher franchise, are pleased to announce the cast of the film, which picks up the story where the original 2014 film AXEMAN left off and will deliver a new chapter in the Axeman At Cutter’s Creek saga with the goal of making it darker, grittier and bloodier than the original.

The cast includes an all new actor in the iconic villain role of Bill “The Axeman” Talbert, an exciting cast of principle actors and written and directed by Joston “El Rey” Theney.

About The Cast
Playing the titular character of Bill “The Axeman” Talbert is former 3-time World Champion, WWE’s “Adam Bomb”/ WCW’s “Wrath”, also known as Bryan Clark. Well aware of the new direction executive producer Christopher Otiko and the team at Blood Red Films were looking to take the franchise, director Joston “El Rey” Theney knew Clark was perfect for the role. He describes the 6’6” behemoth as having “the most menacing 40-yard stare” he’s even seen. “Just like me, he’s a warm, good ol’ boy from the south but he has an uncanny ability flip the switch and become this massive, imposing and terrifying figure,” Theney went on to say.

Farrah Abraham of former “Teen Mom” fame has been cast as Fannie Rae Baker, a bible-thumping Evangelical Christian on her way with her husband and friends to the Crimson Cross’ Christian Couple Camp when The Axeman shows up to separate them... and dismember them. Abraham describes Fannie as, “an Uber Bible Thumper – getting a little radical about the Bible and taking the words farther than the way God intended.”

'Cheat' in pre-production from Matchbox Pictures

CHEAT Movie Posterby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

The folks over at Matchbox Pictures are currently in pre-production for their new psychological thriller Cheat. Filming is set to begin this Fall. Matchbox has successfully secured distribution for their previous two films through EntertainmentOne (eOne), Lionsgate and UnCork'd Entertainment and are reportedly excited to get moving on Cheat.

Check out the release about the new feature and promo poster below.

From The Press Release
With their latest flick Kingdom Come in the can, the team at Matchbox Pictures is in pre-production on their newest feature, CHEAT. A psychological thriller, CHEAT follows Zoe, a woman in a neglected marriage who finds comfort in the arms of another man. While out with her husband in an attempt to reignite their marriage, Zoe’s life gets turned upside down when she is suddenly abducted. Awakening to find herself held captive by someone whose motives and intentions are uncertain, Zoe must use her wits to try and escape before it’s too late.

CHEAT will be the third feature film in the Matchbox Pictures line up and is slated to be filmed in London, Ontario. “This will be our first psychological thriller,” said Gary Elmer, producer and director of photography at Matchbox Pictures. “What can be more scary and thrilling at times, than the human mind?”

Already attached to the film is Ry Barrett, a Toronto actor and 2011 TIFVA Award Winner, who also starred in Kingdom Come. As pre-production continues, more cast members will be announced. The newest approach Matchbox is taking with this production is that of crowd funding on Indiegogo. “You know, we had fans and friends who said that they would’ve loved to financially support our films, but the structure we had was something that didn’t quite fit for them,” said Writer-Director Greg Sager. “So we listened and we decided Indiegogo was going to be the best platform for everyone.”

'Kill The Production Assistant' to document filming of two horror films, The Exiled and MANIA

The Exiledby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Independent filmmakers Jessica Cameron, Brandon Slagle, Devanny Pinn and Jonathan Higgins will be heading on a road trip this coming October to make three movies.

Boarding an RV with other cast and crew members, the team will depart from Los Angeles to shoot back-to-back feature films while traveling across the country. The first movie, to be directed by Brandon Slagle (Dead Sea and The Black Dahlia Haunting) is called The Exiled. Jessica Cameron's (Truth Or Dare) sophomore directing vehicle is titled MANIA. The entire cross-country filming experience will be chronicled in a feature-length documentary called Kill the Production Assistant.

Check out all the details below and see how you can get involved with the project.

From the Press Release
Filming will take place all over the United States, but the filming locations will be decided upon by the amount of fan participation. The city and states with the most interaction and financial contributions through the project's website will determine the route the group will take. The more people contribute, the more pins will be dropped onto a digital map on the project's website for the home city/state of the contributor.

Directors Brandon Slagle and Jessica Cameron not only want to make movies for the fans, but with the fans! Now with this project, they are literally bringing the movie to the most devout supporters.

Claustrophobic 'Crawl or Die' coming to DVD in North America

Crawl or Dieby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

The highly anticipated indie horror/sci-fi movie Crawl or Die is finally going to be released on DVD in the US and Canada.

After much anticipation, Uncork’d Entertainment and Vertical Entertainment are releasing CRAWL OR DIE in the USA and Canada on August 12, 2014.

The film has already been released in Japan under the title Alien Crawl and has become an instant underground sensation! I've seen a lot of fan art and reviews praising the film all over social media coming out of Japan.

We're excited to be reviewing it soon, as you know, we're huge fans of indie films here at MoreHorror.

Check out the full details below, as well as the trailer and be sure to pick up a copy of Alien Crawl when it releases!

From The Press Release
On June 3rd, 2014 the film CRAWL OR DIE was released in Japan titled ALIEN CRAWL and was quickly labeled by critics as “The most CLAUSTROPHOBIC film ever made!” On August 12, 2014 Uncork’d Entertainment and Vertical Entertainment are releasing CRAWL OR DIE in the USA and Canada – you decide if Japan was correct.

The HORROR film CRAWL OR DIE is…
Directed by Oklahoma Ward
Written by Oklahoma Ward
Starring: Nicole Alonso, Torey Byrne, Tom Chamberlain, David P. Baker, Wil Crown, Tommy Ball, Clayton Burgess

Creature (2011) Review

Creature 2011Reviewed by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

Creature (2011)
Written by: Fred Andrews, Tracy Morse
Directed by: Fred Andrews
Cast: Dillon Casey (Oscar), Serinda Swan (Emily), Mehcad Brooks (Niles), Lauren Schneider (Karen), Aaron Hill (Randy), Amanda Fuller (Beth), Wayne Pere (Bud), David Jensen (Jimmy), Daniel Bernhardt (Grimley Boutine/Lockjaw), Sid Haig (Chopper)

The creature feature genre is often the most neglected of all the horror subgenres. It takes a back seat to more bankable premises such as slasher and paranormal horror. A new good creature feature is about as hard to find as the creature in the movie itself. Back in the day (way, way, back) in the 1950’s, the creature feature held the lion’s share of what any horror fan would want to see. In my humble opinion, it’s the biggest gamble for anybody that has plans to make a horror film now. Out of the gate, it has two strikes against it. The first thing is that contemporary audiences didn’t grow up with them. They had no local stations and horror hosts who dished out all that schlocky goodness on Saturday afternoon. Secondly, a dude in a rubber suit just ain’t gonna cut it anymore. There has to be a skillful merging of practical effects and some CGI for things to look as good as they have to for even the most diehard horror fan to take it seriously. I’ve seen my share, new and old, and without showing my hand too early, I liked “Creature”

Not to be confused with the 1985 space horror film of the same name, this one is set in the swamps of Louisiana. It has the usual teenagers on their way to New Orleans for a little drinking and debauchery, who stop at a rundown roadside store ran by Sid Haig. They see a display about the legend of the local monster. I got a “House of a 1000 Corpses” déjà vu moment for a second or two, and it’s always nice to see Sid Haig in anything. In a bit or foreshadowing, one of the guys in the car spins a backstory of Grimley Boutine, a tortured soul who resorted to marrying his sister to keep the bloodline going, until she was mercilessly taken by an alligator. He finds the gator, kills it, and loses his sanity in the process. Legend has it that, after feeding on the flesh in the alligator’s den, he mutated into a hellish half man half gator monster.

Blood Diner (1987) Review

Blood Diner PosterReviewed By: Chris Wright, Morehorror.com

Directed By: Jackie Kong
Written By: Michael Sonye

Starring: Rick Burks (Michael Tutman), Carl Crew (George Tutman), Roger Dauer (Mark Shepard), LaNette La France (Sheba Jackson), Lisa Elaina (Connie), Max Morris (Chief Miller), Roxanne Cybelle (Little Michael), Sir Lamont Rodeheaver (Little George), Dino Lee (King of White Trash), The Luv Johnsons (The White Trash Review), Drew Godderis (Anwar), Bob Loya (Stan), Alan Corona (Paul), Deseree Rose (Mrs. Stanton, Laurie Guzda (Joanne)

“Blood Diner” has accumulated a small fan base since it was first released. After watching the film for the first time myself, I cannot say I am part of that fan base. This film was not what I thought it would be and was sillier than I thought it would be. And this is coming from a guy who likes most comedy horror films!

The film is about two cannibal brothers Michael and George Tutman, who kill women to use parts of the women in their restaurant dishes. While this is going on, they are making sacrifices to an Egyptian goddess. Clearly, there isn’t anything serious going on in this movie. A highlight of the film was I was highly amused at the two brothers’ one liners from time to time. A major set back is I felt bored for some reason during “Blood Diner.” Even with the film clocking in at 88 minutes long, I still found myself looking at the clock to see if it was almost over.

The best part of the film is the over the top gore. If the gore wasn’t so thoroughly enjoyable, I’d likely really hate this film. One scene even has a person’s brain and eyes in a glass jar! Aside from the gore, the rest was a bit of a mess. The lighting wasn’t good at times and the acting is questionable at best. It was filmed in three weeks. This is supposed to be a tribute to Herschell Gordon Lewis film “Blood Feast” from 1963, which I could have sworn was more serious than this. I guess I’ll have to check that film out now to see what they are paying this tribute to, exactly. I think I could have done without the Egyptian goddess sub-plot, which didn’t even make any sense whatsoever to this film. What am I thinking? Sometimes I felt this was made with no plot in mind. The actors probably just showed up and crazy stuff happened in those three weeks.

First trailer for murder-mystery comedy 'Club Lingerie', starring Bouvier

Club Lingerieby Gerald Beanery, MoreHorror.com

This summer, Jared Masters brings us a dark new screwball murder-mystery comedy, with the classic “who-dun-it?” formula. Is this beautiful man the killer? Or is it the mad preacher who’s 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 Shipley, Mindy Robinson and LeJon. With Andy Dick as the magnificent pageant show presenter. Plus sex symbal Domiziano Arcangeli, “The White Stallion of Cinema”. 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 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 ragging 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.

‘Run Like Hell’ acquires distribution; Team to sign posters at Comic-Con this weekend

Run Like Hellby Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

The action packed horror film Run Like Hell has acquired distribution by Gravitas Ventures (VOD rights) and Millennium Entertainment (DVD rights).

The 'Run Like Hell Team' will be signing posters this weekend at Comic-Con, at the GeekScape booth on July 26th from 2-3pm.

Check out the official details below.

From the Press Release:
Run Like Hell, the first film from director James Thomas, has been picked up for domestic distribution. Gravitas Ventures has secured the VOD rights, while Millennium Entertainment will be partnering to release the film on DVD.

The film centers on four friends in the middle of a cross-country road trip who get sidetracked in the desert town of Spaulding. When their car gets stolen, prompting them to be taken in by local residents, what starts as a chance to rest and regroup turns into a fight for their lives. And they’ll take any opportunity they can to RUN LIKE HELL.

“RUN LIKE HELL is an action packed horror film that will make you question taking that next road trip. The film shows the gritty side of humanity and has an eerie realism to it that makes you wonder if this type of thing actually happens” – James Thomas, Director
“Sure, it’s your fun catch ‘em and kill ‘em horror film, but it’s firmly planted in a realistic world. We tried to keep it there, which makes it even more terrifying. I know I won’t be taking a road trip any time soon.” – Canyon Prince, Producer

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