A phone sex worker's career takes an frightening turn as her more unpleasant clients begin dying in bizarre ways. Allison has sudden, intense headaches after each incident, unlike anything she's experienced before. Is this coincidence, or is she somehow connected to these brutal deaths?
DALLAS (JEREMY EDWARDS) RETURNS HOME AFTER YEARS AWAY TO TRY TO RECONNECT WITH HIS EX, DENISE (ELI DEGEER, “CHINA WHITE SERPENTINE”). CAT (MILLIE MILAN “HOUSE OF FORBIDDEN SECRETS”) STEALS HER BOSS RAY RAY’S (ANTWOINE STEELE “HOUSE OF FORBIDDEN SECRETS”) STASH OF “NEON PURPLE” AND GOES TO MEET DENISE AT HER BOSS’S OFFICE. RAY RAY AND TYRONE (RICKY FARR) FOLLOW HER THERE, LOOKING FOR HIS DRUGS WHILE A DEMONIC CULT IS OPERATING OUT OF THE BASEMENT TRYING TO RAISE DEMONS BY USING THE DRUG TO BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN THE LAND OF THE LIVING AND HELL.
Kevin Mendiboure's promising tale of haunting tragedy will be available for your viewing pleasure October 31st, courtesy of Terror Films. Be sure to keep an eye out for our own review just before its arrival.
We've seen thrillers about people trapped in a coffin, people trapped in a phone booth, people stuck in a hole, some stuck in a booby-trapped cube, but none I can remember ever having been trapped in a warehouse cargo shipping container under these circumstances.
Courtesy of Mr Shelton TV Productions, this November 3rd will see the arrival of a comprehensive love letter to Gojira/Godzilla via multiple fan perspectives. Covering the genesis of Toho's famous Kaiju, running through its history, right up until the present day remakes and reboots. Any fan of the illustrious series would do well not to miss this release!
Announced at the Italian Horror Show of Latina the release date of “The Wicked Gift”, the horror/thriller psychological film of the young italian director Roberto D’Antona that hits the theaters on 6th December.
Looking like a mix between the worst kind of fever dream and a colorful kind of vomit you'd expect after eating way too much fruity pebbles, Elliot at the very least, promises to stimulate us visually to some capacity. So on those grounds alone, we are definitely looking forward to both watching and reviewing this for you all very soon
Distributor Indican Pictures just released the official trailer and poster for Crazy Lake. The poster promises blood and terror, on the nearby docks. Meanwhile, the trailer shows more of the characters and their good times. But, the fun is replaced by tall tales of experiments and criminals, until a local legend is brought into the picture. Now, it is a struggle, for the friends, to just stay alive
Following a theatrical rollout across the United States, Red Christmas will be available nationwide October 17th on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD, including iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, Vudu and more.
In Die Laughing, Golub plays himself, a comedian who is great at killing a crowd with his jokes…and with his hands. After answering an online advert’ placed by a filmmaker searching for people who have committed an actual homicide, Golub responds. Insanity and murder ensue as we get an inside look at this funny guy's demented, murderous, and darkly comedic world.
This seemingly nihilistic LGBT anti-hero adventure promises to deliver, like his previous film, something truly unique to the table, even incorporating some of the filming techniques found in Be My Cat! Details below also indicate that this story - on its surface - isn't exactly what it seems to be...
Before Pennywise returns in the big-screen adaptation of Stephen King's IT, Fright-Rags has teamed with original artist Robert Giusti to bring the novel's haunting cover art to apparel for the first time ever. It's available on T-shirts, baseball tees, and hoodies.
What makes the IT release even more special is that $5 from every shirt sold during its first print run will be donated to the Hurricane Harvey relief fund.
The trailer, featuring tons of blood, guts, boners, decapitations, dildo nunchucks, and of course super badass demons, promises that the film is going to be loaded with the same juvenile jokes, gore gags, and satanic sing-alongs that made the original TV series a worldwide hit.