'Consumption' spreading to stores this Summer

ConsumptionIndie film Consumption will be hitting stores and on VOD July 26.

Check out the official details and trailer below for the film that Ain't It Cool News called "Prince of Darkness meets Evil Dead feel here."

From The Press Release
WildEye Releasing has announced the July 26 DVD and VOD release for Brandon Scullion's debut feature, Consumption. Since the world premiere on the festival circuit, Consumption has been praised by critics. Famous Monsters described the feature as "gruesome goulash of ghosts, cults, and good ol' demons".

A group of friends travel to the snowy Utah mountains for a weekend retreat. One brings with him a dark secret that could destroy their lives forever.

As they prepare to face an ancient secret buried in the woods outside their winter resort, an unstoppable evil begins to grow, consuming them one by one.

The DVD release of Consumption will include a feature-length commentary with writer-director Brandon Scullion and a behind the scenes featurette.

'Summer Camp' to release in August

Summer Camp By Seth Metoyer

There's just something about Summer that screams horror, especial when it's spent at camp. This time around it's the counselors who are in deep trouble.

Check out all the official details for Summer Camp below.

From The Press Release
Summer vacation will never be the same once the adrenaline-filled, terrifying, roller-coaster ride of a horror story, Summer Camp, arrives on DVD (plus Digital), Digital HD and On Demand on August 2 from Lionsgate. What starts out as an exciting vacation abroad turns into a nightmare for four camp counselors in this petrifying film that will make audiences think twice about where they want to spend their summer.

From a producer of The Conjuring, and starring Diego Boneta and Maiara Walsh, Summer Camp will be available on DVD for the suggested retail price of $19.98.

An unseen terror strikes in this heart-pounding thriller about a group of counselors who desperately need to escape their camp before they’re infected by a mysterious virus.

Additional casting details unveiled for Cartel thriller 'California Dreaming'

California DreamingNew casting details have been released for the upcoming feature thriller California Dreaming.

Louis Mandylor (My Big Fat Greek Wedding 1-2/ Code Of Honor), Johnathan Goldstein (Drake & Josh) and Noel Gugliemi (The Fast and the Furious/ Training Day) have been added to the cast.

About California Dreaming
From the newly formed Jaguar Motion Pictures, "California Dreaming" is an upcoming feature length action-filled crime thriller projected to release in early 2017.

Directed by Brandon Slagle (House of Manson) and written by Robert Thompson. Newcomer Bronwyn Carrie-Wilson stars alongside scream queen Devanny Pinn (The Black Dahlia Haunting) with Jacqui Holland (Limelight), Eric Etebari (2 Fast 2 Furious/ The Lincoln Lawyer) Jose Rosete (Inferno By Dante), Victor Boneva (The Bridge/ Constantine), Sarah French, Michelle Romano, Kevin Caliber (Supergirl) and Telenovela starlet Adriana Fonseca (Corazon Valiente) are among those cast thus far with fight choreography by Black Belt Magazine contributor Jason McNeil.

Produced by Alexis Iacono, Donna Kopp and John Kopp, "California Dreaming" marks Slagle's first full foray into the action genre, after directing such horror genre fare as "The Black Dahlia Haunting" and "Dead Sea".

Killer Dames: Arrow Films releases 'The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave' and 'The Red Queen Kills Seven Times'

Killer DamesReviewed by Kevin Scott

Arrow Films has solidified itself as a pristine oasis amidst the barren deserts of substandard Blu Ray transfers and the sadly basic re-releases of beloved and forgotten classics. A bold statement I know, but completely and entirely true. I’ve been lucky enough to get my hands on the Arrow versions of seminal classics from the 1970’s and 80’s that burned their influence into my cinema sensibilities from the first time I saw them on UHF or VHS.

This new “Killer Dames” edition is a double feature of giallo from Emilio Mariglia, and it’s everything the giallo moniker brings with it. Boobs, blood, black gloves, even black boots, and a cloaked supernatural figure on a murderous rampage, all drizzled in that special 1970’s sauce where the skirts were short, the collars are wide, and solid color clothing was scarce. I love everything about this set, and as a huge giallo fan, I love it even more that it gets the deluxe treatment with new special features only on the Arrow version.

”The Night Evelyn Came out of the Grave” centers around a really unusual protagonist. He’s a brooding, well-to-do playboy who is tortured by the death of his wife Evelyn in childbirth. I say playboy, but a groovy Marque de Sade might fit better. He brings redheaded women back to his castle and tortures them to placate the emptiness he feels about the loss of Evelyn. He’s also haunted by visions of Evelyn, and rides the line between sadism and sanity.

After taking the bad advice from his hooped earring wearing guy friend of looking for girls to take home in strip clubs, he finds a woman willing to marry him and fix his damage psyche. Things get twistier than those country roads leading to the castle, and even supporting players are important in the end. Only a giallo would have a skull faced lady from the grave that still has her cleavage.

New stills and official teaser for AXEMAN II: OVERKILL releases

Axeman IIThe folks at #SINNINGWORKS have released the official teaser for the upcoming horror film AXEMAN II: OVERKILL. The film is the sequel to 2014's AXEMAN.

Check out all the details below as well as some stills as well as the teaser.

From The Press Release
Filmmaker Joston "El Rey" Theney of production company #SinningWorks announces the official release of the teaser for the highly anticipated sequel to 2014’s AXEMAN, titled AXEMAN II: OVERKILL. The film stars MTV “Teen Mom” Farrah Abraham, CBS “Big Brother” winner Rachel Reilly, “Baywatch” alum Angelica Bridges and WWE’s Bryan “Adam Bomb” Clark.

“The film’s been done for about a year and a half,” says El Rey when asked what the hold-up has been. “There’s been a lot of behind the scenes nonsense but regardless of the outcome, you will see the film this winter whether it’s their release or mine. We have some incredibly awesome fans and diehard gore-hounds that have been following the release news religiously and my goal since the beginning has been to satisfy them. They’re the reason I make the AXEMAN films.”

Production stills released along with the trailer reveal additional characters not shown previously. With 27 speaking roles in the film, what separates this film from the original other than the number of characters? “The difference between this film and the original is the sheer abundance of talented actors and outlandish characters. Each character and actor could carry their own film,” Theney says. “Without revealing too much, 'Mrs. Whitfield' played by the talented Monique Parent holds the key to understanding why the Axeman is back and how to stop him but she has her own reasons for not divulging it.

Family Video acquires 'Ballet of Blood' for their 800 stores

Ballet of BloodThe indie horror film Ballet of Blood from Jared Masters has been acquired by Family Video. Check out all the details below.

From The Press Release
Critics agree, Ballet of Blood, could be the most important indie horror film of the decade, at least in the sub-category of ballet, which is a rare subject to tread on in the vast horror landscape. The DVD will be on shelves June 21st at all Family Video stores – the last standing DVD rental chain in America!

You can also check it out On Demand, or order the DVD from Amazon or eBay. The motion picture won Audience Choice Award at the 2015 RIP International Horror Film Festival. It was also nominated for Best Acting Ensemble and Best Editing.

Synopsis: After years of emotional abuse and body shaming, two ballerina's drug-fueled fantasy, of viciously attacking their ballet school, becomes reality. Meanwhile, a nerdy ballerina starts writing a novel based on the events that transpired, deeply offending some for turning such sensitive material into a book, for young audiences. Soon, her and her sister realize every word being typed is somehow altering real life. Will this strange and psychedelic paralleling fantasy carry the sisters, along with anyone else, to a merciless blood-splattered doom?

The film stars Sydney Raye and Jessica Knopf, as the partners in crime. Laura Amelia as the dance teacher, Delphine, and Julia Faye West as company co-owner. The film also features Mindy Robinson as the prima ballerina, with Walter Hochbrueckner, Vera R. Taylor, Rubi Garcia, Marla Martinez, Jacqueline Marie Alberto, Dawna Lee Heising, Dallas Chandler, Krystall Schott, Georgie Borchardt, Sky Patterson, Christopher Arias, Kimberly Cohen, Robert Evans and Marylyn Brooks.

‘Dinner With The Dwyers (2016) short film review

Reviewed by Jesse Miller

DINNER WITH THE DWYERS is a horror comedy short plays like a pilot to an edgy sitcom that balances a bit of pitch-black humor with horror thrown into the mix.

Directed by Edward Payson and featuring an enthusiastic cast, among them Sleepaway Camp’s Felissa Rose, the short film gleefully toys with the conventions of both the sitcom and the horror film as it tells a quick tale about a daughter (played by Tiffani Fest) who brings home her new boyfriend (Jared Michael Degado) to meet her parents (Marv Blauvelt & Felissa Rose).

The short film is an odd delight, as it toys with sitcom and horror film conventions along the way. The laugh track, sound effects and comedy lets you know the film in no way takes itself seriously and invites you along to have a few laughs.

I appreciated its tone and sense of humor and I even had a few laughs at a few references and winking nods here or there that I picked up on through the running time.

There’s also a catch to this tale, one you'll want to check out yourselves as we don't want to spoil the fun.

Bottom line is: DINNER WITH THE DWYERS is a fun little film, with a few laughs and winning performances. I could easily see this becoming a full series.

Indie horror action for summer 2016

Meet Me There

In the past couple of years we’ve seen a real resurgence of horror movie titles that have cleverly avoided the clichés of the genre to attract a much larger audience than usual. Part of the reason as to why films like Meet Me There, It Follows and The Babadook have succeeded is through the old school method word-of-mouth that has meant that they’ve gained a good amount of exposure without relying on expensive marketing methods.

It’s hoped that many of this years upcoming indie horror movies could repeat this formula as they aim to break out of their niche markets to become the surprise movie hits of the summer. That’s certainly the case with the likes of Darling that’s managed to overcome its initial local release to gain more widespread exposure thanks to its black and white retro take on traditional horror motifs.


And if the prospects of being a lone janitor in a derelict mansion in Darling wasn’t attention-grabbing enough, then surely Virgin Cheerleaders in Chains would provide enough of a title to tempt even the most weary of horror movie fans.


This indie horror movie is currently in post-production, but looks to add to a wave of Brazilian gore films that revel in their lo-fi special FX charms, whilst doffing their cap to the likes of Robert Rodriguez’ irreverent film-making canon.

And it’s the proliferation of media outlets that’s really made indie horror such a viable film-making proposition. One of this summer’s biggest horror movies will be Nicholas Winding Refn’s Neon Demon, and the director has already made a point of how Amazon has increased the chances of creating a successful indie horror movie that makes return on its investment.

‘The Witch’ (2015) Review

The Witch Reviewed by Jesse Miller

If you’re going to watch The Witch, might I suggest that you avoid promotional material and just go in completely and utterly blind? The film suffers from being overhyped. That’s not to say it’s not good – far from it, it’s a hypnotic and deeply unpleasant film – but I think the hype and quotes on posters will raise expectations and sometimes that deflates a film for a lot of people.

The Witch is an old-fashioned horror film. It’s not obsessed with loud musical stings and other such cheap scares; it’s obsessed with getting under your skin and truly getting to you in the hopes that it haunts your dreams.

It’s so subtle and methodical in its scares and pacing that it feels almost Kubrickian. It let’s the moment simmer, it lets the moment breathe and it uncannily works to make the most simplest things seem unsettling. You’ll know what I mean when you watch it.

First time writer-director Rob Eggers is so devoted to the film, that the language of the film, the costumes, and possibly other tales from all things Witch-related, are from the 17th century, in which the story is based.

The cast are committed to the cause, delivering lengthy bits of exposition wonderfully. The performances are nuanced and feel natural. It could’ve easily felt too exaggerated or theatrical but it doesn’t, each member of the cast here pulls it off beautifully.

The cinematography of the film is also beautifully done, but also executed rather effectively in how it lights a scene or how it presents a scene. Its effects are disturbing and haunting.

The story itself is tightly woven. It’s so tightly woven that I was thinking about how cleverly it established it’s characters in the beginning and where it left them by the end of the film days after watching the film.

Bloody short film 'Blood Bath' releases online for free

Blood BathBy Seth Metoyer

The highly anticipated short film Blood Bath has released, and you can watch it online for free (watch below).

Starring JEORDIE WHITE, better known as ‘TWIGGY RAMIREZ’ (Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails, A Perfect Circle), New Zealand-born PANDIE SUICIDE (David Lynch’s “Crazy Clown Time”, MASSACRE), and KIMBERLY ABLES JINDRA (INSIDIOUS), with an appearance from SLIPKNOT’S SID WILSON (aka #0, DJ STARSCREAM) and fine artist SHANNON CRAWFORD, the film follows a reimagined ELIZABETH BATHORY as she dips her toe in the modern dating pool.

Watch the full short film below the details and enjoy some still and behind the scenes photos as well.

From The Press Release
DEATHAUS FILMS announces the online release of “BLOOD BATH”, a bloody new horror short film that is a literal blood bath.

The film was directed by award-winning director ERIK BOCCIO (MASSACRE, prolific www.funnyordie.com director until the moniker ‘WEIRDFELLAS’) and written and produced by PANDIE SUICIDE (aka PANDIE JAMES), author of the amazon best-selling horror short story ‘VAMPIRE SUMMER’.

'Mark Of The Witch' to release on 6/6/16

Mark of The WitchBy Seth Metoyer

It certainly seems like it's been the season of the witch lately, and here's another upcoming gem for you.

The film Mark Of The Witch will be releasing on 6/6/16 on the following platforms Dish, SlingTV, DirectTV, Vubiquity (Verizon), Amazon, Vudu, Xbox, Itunes, Flixfling, Google Play, Vimeo, Comcast (est).

From Director Jason Bognacki, the cast includes Maria Olsen (Paranormal Activity 3, Starry Eyes and Meir Zarchi's I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu) and rising star Paulie Rojas (Down and Dangerous, The Last Resort).

Check out the trailer below the official details.

From The Press Release
On 6/6/16 Epic Pictures will release their acclaimed new horror film MARK OF THE WITCH on a digital platform near you!

Labeled by Paranormal Underground Magazine as "one of the most beautiful films about witchcraft ever seen," MARK OF THE WITCH follows Jordyn, a beautiful young woman who is driven into a dark underworld of demonic possession, desire, and extreme indulgences when she learns she may be the devil's daughter.

The film was included in the official selection of over 15 film festivals worldwide, and awarded Best Cinematography at Fight Night Film Fest 2014 and Best Editing in Action at the Film International Film Festival 2014.

Wolf Creek: TV Miniseries (2016) review

Wolf Creek SeriesReviewed by Jesse Miller

If you’re itching for some more Mick Taylor and you’ve seen all the films and read the two origin books available, why not target and track down the miniseries event WOLF CREEK?

Leading a team of writers, original writer-director Greg Mclean partners up with Australian streaming service Stan and delivers a thrilling six episode event that chronicles Mick’s savage attack on innocent folk out in the outback once more. Only this time, it’s different.

Eve (played by Lucy Fry) has had to endure watching her family die at the hands of Mick while vacationing in the outback. She survives the assault and teaming up with the honourable local cop Sullivan Hill (Dustin Clare), she sets out to get her revenge on Mick Taylor.

It’s an odd situation to be in as a viewer when you approach the miniseries. Mick Taylor has proven to be a critically and commercially successful character for the film crew. So going in, I was a tad dubious about whether he’d die or Eve would die or maybe they both might die – and survive. Maybe Eve becomes his protégé? I had no idea. The answer though, was quite surprising.

That about sums up the miniseries – surprising. It’s not dead on arrival, it’s actually got a fair bit of material to cover, and a lot of it packs some punches as it gears up for the inevitable showdown. In other words, there’s a reason to bring Mick back and it’s not just for the bloodshed.

Lucy Fry, coming off another miniseries by the name of 11-22-63, is terrific as Eve. She’s tough, holds her own against Mick but she’s vulnerable as well. All of this comes through in a wonderful performance.

Horror film 'GNAW' begins filming in Colorado

GNAW graphicBy Seth Metoyer

Colorado is quickly becoming one of the go to filming destinations in America. At the beginning of May, the horror film GNAW began shooting principal photography -- and it's slated to be one hell of a ride.

From director Haylar Garcia, GNAW stars Penelope Mitchell, Chris Johnson, Sally Kirkland, and Kyle Gass.

Check out the official details below, as well as some behind the scenes images. Stay tuned for more details about this one as they become available.

From The Press Release
Sally Kirkland, Oscar-nominated, Golden Globe and Spirit Award-winning actress (ANNA, VALLEY OF THE DOLLS, THE STING), joins the already stellar cast of the feature film, GNAW, directed by Haylar Garcia. The film stars Penelope Mitchell (CURVE, CW’s THE VAMPIRE DIARIES and Netflix's HEMLOCK GROVE), Chris Johnson (xXx: STATE OF THE UNION, L. A. NOIRE, CURSED) and Kyle Gass (TENACIOUS D IN THE PICK OF DESTINY, KUNG FU PANDA, ELF).

GNAW follows Jennifer Conrad (Mitchell), a small-town girl fleeing from an abusive husband (Johnson) and struggling to make a new life for herself in the big city while something is eating away at her... bite by bite. This is Garcia’s follow-up to the award-winning and critically acclaimed AN AMERICAN TERROR.

The Boy (2016) review

Reviewed by Kevin Scott

The Boy (2016)
Written by: Stacey Menear
Directed by: William Brent Bell
Cast: Lauren Cohan (Greta), Rupert Evans (Malcolm), Jim Norton (Mr. Heelshire), Diana Hardcastle (Mrs. Heelshire), Ben Robson (Cole)

The scenario most always plays out the same way. A break out hit film or show with an ensemble cast spawns many unrelated off shoots with members of that cast allowed to showcase their talents on a singular level. Sometimes it’s spectacular, sometimes it’s tragic, and sometimes a film that would have completely flown under the radar, breaks through the haze of obscurity because of one golden ticket. That ticket is name recognition, and if the film isn’t a hit, it will at least find its place as a footnote in genre history.

If asking anyone about “The Boy” that might be interested in going to see a film of its ilk, most are going to immediately recall that Maggie from “The Walking Dead” is in it. Going in, I knew that and it was about a possessed doll. “The Boy” appears to have a nice gothic look to it. If Chucky is the exploitation version of doll horror, “The Boy” might be at the very least, a contemporary version of a good “Twilight Zone” or “Night Gallery” episode executed with more intensity due to not being bound by the limitations of television. I was hopeful that I would enjoy the suspense build and then be creeped out when all is revealed at the crescendo. I’ll save my thoughts for the closing paragraph, and throw in a spoiler disclaimer just in case.

Lauren Cohan plays Greta, an American that travels to the bucolic British countryside. She’s hoping that a nanny gig will give her a fresh start after a bad relationship and a miscarriage. The money is exceptionally good, and the house isn’t too shabby either. These two things alone could really lend to her feeling she’s being punked when the boy she is going to care for ends up being a porcelain doll. The older and affluent couple don’t take too kind to her first impressions of a practical joke, and insist that the doll, named Brahms is real, and demands a strict regimen of nurture and attention. She then decides to hold her tongue and make the best of it. While most nannies, housekeepers, or cleaning service professionals would not have taken on such a strange job, Greta accepts the position to care for Brahms and watch over the large house.

Interview with PEELERS actress Wren Walker

Wren Walker
By Jonathan Weichsel

Morehorror.com sat down with Wren Walker, star of the upcoming horror film Peelers, to talk about the film.

Jonathan Weichsel: So, you have a new movie out called Peelers. I watched the trailer this afternoon and it looks awesome. I know you star in it. Care to tell me about your character?

Wren Walker: You liked the teaser? Awesome!! I play Blue Jean Douglas, a baseball loving former stripper turned owner of Titty Balls, a strip club in a nowhere town. She's tough as hell.

Jonathan Weichsel: Sounds awesome! I know you beat out two hundred other actresses for the role. What was the audition process like?

Wren Walker: I was literally the last girl to audition. I found the ad on Craigslist and was stoked to see if I could be in a horror movie, since I'm a huge fan of the genre myself. I went in, and got a call back. I went in again and read with Caz, who plays Remy in the film, and got the part. I did a lot of screaming in the room. Haha!

Jonathan Weichsel: Do you scream a lot in the movie?

Wren Walker: More like screaming commands at other characters while they are screaming. I'm the character who tries to hold things together. But there's definitely points where I lose my shit. Haha... Whilst holding a baseball bat!


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