The Unholy is Summoned on Blu-Ray June 27th, 2017
The Vestron Video Collector’s Series has re-spawned the demonic horror classic The Unholy (1988), now being released on a limited edition Blu-Ray this June from Lionsgate. This all-new edition is packed with special features (listed below), including an audio commentary with director Camilo Vila, isolated score sections, interviews with... Read more
MOMMY DEAD AND DEAREST Trailer is Terrifyingly Disturbing
On June 15, 2015, Dee Dee Blanchard was found murdered in her Springfield, Mo. home, and her wheelchair-bound daughter, Gypsy Rose Blanchard, was reported missing. But after Gypsy was tracked to Wisconsin and implicated in the murder, what started out as a grisly tale of matricide morphed into a... Read more
German Angst – All of the Misery of Nekromantik, Zero Necrophilia
German Angst is a German (big surprise) anthology written and directed by Jörg Buttgereit , Michal Kosakowski , and Andreas Marschall . Notably, this is the first horror film for Buttgereit, famed director of the highly-controversial Nekromantik, since 1993’s Schramm: Into the Mind of a Serial Killer. Kosakowski and... Read more
Talking About The Unrated cut of The Bye Bye Man and Iconic Horror
Last week The Bye Bye Man came out on Blu-Ray and DVD in a special unrated version that was not shown in theaters. As originally shot, Director Stacy Title’s horror thriller was far grittier, a lot gorier and, to hear her describe it, a better film. To meet the... Read more
THE DARK TAPES Dips Its Feet Into Cosmic Horror
The Dark Tapes, directed and entirely self-financed by director Michael McQuown, is a horror anthology in 3 stories with a wraparound that loosely bundles everything under a theme of extradimensional beings that exist all around us, outside of our perception. I’ll get to the wrapround in a minute, but... Read more
FREAK OUT Fails to Accomplish Its Mission
Isolated, stranded, confined. Matan, a soldier in the IDF, sets off for a week of patrolling in a remote base in the north of the country with his unit. Overwhelmed with homesickness, he becomes an easy target for the other soldiers who try their best to make his life miserable. However,... Read more
Psychological Thriller THE DROWNING Premieres May 10
Paladin and Electric Entertainment announce their release of Bette Gordon’s psychological thriller, The Drowning, A Film Community production opening theatrically May 10th, 2017. Based on Border Crossing, the controversial novel about violence in children by noted Booker Prize-winning author Pat Barker. The Drowning was adapted for the screen by Stephen Molton and House of Cards showrunner Frank Pugliese and... Read more
Phoenix Forgotten New Featurette
PHOENIX FORGOTTEN is the story of three teens who go into the desert shortly after the incident, hoping to capture the strange events that keep happening in their town. They disappear that night and are never seen again. Now, on the twentieth anniversary of their disappearance, unseen footage has finally been discovered,... Read more
New Clip From Mickey Keating’s PSYCHOPATHS
I am head-over-heels for writer/director Mickey Keating. His moody black-and-white film Darling was suspenseful and shocking, his throwback genre love letter Carnage Park was an amazing cross between The Most Dangerous Game and The Hills Have Eyes…kind of?  And now, he’s ready to unleash Psychopaths upon the world. Set over... Read more
CAMERA OBSCURA Coming to Theaters June 9 and VOD June 13
In CAMERA OBSCURA, a veteran war photographer with PTSD sees imminent deaths in his developed photos, questioning his already fragile sanity and putting the lives of those he loves in danger. Chiller Films announced the release of the anticipated horror thriller Camera Obscura, in theaters on June 9 and on VOD and Digital HD on June 13.  The... Read more