In this case, visual effects artist Torey Haas (known for his work in V/H/S/Viral and Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie) will take the reigns as director in a neon-blasted take on the Zombie horror sub-genre, appropriately titled, "The Neon Dead"Read More
Referred to as a "psychopathic soap opera", this creepy comedy plays on the fear of having one's darkest secrets exposed, and those that stand to suffer if they doRead More
Formerly "Worry Dolls" will see it's official VOD and limited theatrical release this September, on the 16th via IFC Midnight.
THE WAIT IS OVERRead More
Debbie Rochon knows how to, "bring the crazy" to any given role (my favorite being her batshit insane and terrifying portrayal of vindictive "Steph" in Dan Brownlie's 'Serial kaller'). This time, perhaps much more exciting, she will have to bring the crazy from behind the camera, as a first time director with the viciously fun looking, 'Model Hunger'
From the official press release:
"New York, NY - Wild Eye Releasing is honored to put legendary horror actress Debbie Rochon's directorial debutModel Hungeron the menu this summer. After nearly 300 films, Rochon (Return to Nuke 'Em High, Phobia, The Theater Bizarre) steps behind the camera to skewer audiences with her blood-curling take on an actress' response to forced retirement. She brings with her composer Harry Manfredini (TheFriday the 13thfranchise) and a cast of genre favorites.
B-movie legends Lynn Lowry (Shivers, The Crazies, Cat People) and Tiffany Shepis (Tales of Halloween, The Violent Kind, Sharknado 2) headline as two women on a deadly collision course. Supported by Brian Fortune ("Game of Thrones"), Suzi Lorraine (Wrath of the Crows) Carmine Capobianco (Galactic Gigolo) and Voltaire (ABCs of Death 2), the feeding frenzy beginsJuly 12 nationwide on DVD and Digital HD."
Former pinup model Ginny (Lowry) had been cast aside by the heartless and exploitative modeling industry. Ginny didn't take rejection well and grew into a revenge-seeking, bloodthirsty, broken woman. When her new neighbors Debbie (Shepis) and Sal (Capobianco) move in, Debbie begins to notice strange things going on. Sal believes she is mentally unstable, but Debbie becomes determined to figure out what secret life Ginny is leading. Her new nosy neighbor throws a damper on Ginny's private life: her cannibalistic addictions and ever-growing body count. Both women become determined to put an end to the other's obsession.
FROM THE PRESS RELEASE -
Jeremy Benson's Girl in Woods
Starring Juliet Reeves, Charisma Carpenter, Jeremy London
Available Nationwide on Cable VOD & Digital HD
From Candy Factory Films
New York, NY- Candy Factory Films has released Jeremy Benson's Girl in Woodsnationwide on Cable VOD and Digital HD today. The latest thriller from the director of Shutter and Live Animals, the titular Girl must battle nature and her own demons for her survival and sanity in a deserted part of the Appalachian Mountains. Girl in Woods is now available to rent or own on Comcast, DirecTV, iTunes, Dish, Amazon Instant, Google Play, Vudu and more.
Girl in Woods stars Juliet Reeves (Automaton Transfusion, Zombies, Zombies, Zombies!), Charisma Carpenter ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "Angel", The Expendables), Jeremy London (Mallrats, "Party of Five"), Lee Perkins (Foxcatcher, KatieBird), John Still (Hustle and Flow, Live Animals) and introduces Shaun Elizabeth as "Little Grace."
We're always down for a good psychological thriller that plays on the dynamics of new relationships and all the uncertainty they bring with themRead More
If you've yet to sign up for Troma Now, there's no better time to do so; and at a paltry $4.99 a month, no reason to think twice about itRead More
Felt like it's been forever since hearing about what SHOULD have amounted to at the very least, a competent horror anthology; especially given the names attached to the project. While our friends at Modern Horrors weren't exactly blown away by the film, they still urge everyone give it a rent and decide for yourself. With as much variety present in the stories being told, there's bound to be a standout or two depending on your tastes. So head on over to your favorite digital rental service and chime in with your thoughts on what worked and what didn't.
We love corny, campy, schlocky films as much as the next guy, and with the bar for cheese set high by the likes of the Sharknado series, its only appropriate then that another film starring a shark (possessed by the Devil this time) takes things to the next level. Shark Exorcist is appropriately titled, incorporating themes involving demonic forces, application of faith as a solution, possessed women, and of course, a shark. From the press release:
"New York, NY - WildEye Releasing is shoring up the release of cult director Donald Farmer's latest, Shark Exorcist, with a brand new trailer and key art.
Farmer (Demon Queen, Cannibal Hookers, Dorm of the Dead) turns his camera to the creature feature genre with a twist. A deadly great white shark terrorizes the small village of Paris Landing. The beast is driven not by rage or revenge, but by the Devil himself. Instead of a hardened shark hunter, the fishermen and swimmers must look to a Catholic priest to save their souls and his own.
A demonic nun summons Satan to a small fishing village, where he takes over the bodies of a great white shark and a young woman. A chain reaction of evil grips the tiny community as shredded bodies wash ashore. A Catholic priest arrives, and he must fight both teeth and temptation on land and sea in order to send these man-killers back to Hell before the tide comes in for good!"
Words can't accurately paint a ridiculous enough picture that faithfully captures what you'll see in June. So try the trailer instead: