45 seconds and it's plainly obvious the second season of Ash's journey to Jacksonville will have it's violence levels dialed at least to an 11. If you missed it a couple days ago, here it is again for your viewing pleasure.
Ever wanted a film version of Naughty Dog's "The Last of Us"? Well, Colm McCarthy's film adaptation of the gripping short story by Mike Carey (who's also handling the screenplay), looks to be the closest thing to that. Check out the trailer below, and why not pick up a copy of the story while you wait for the big screen release (link after the trailer).
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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.
Freaking finally. Here we go...
Check it out below:
Ad Infinitum is an atmospheric single-player horror game, which puts you into a World War I setting seen through a first-person perspective. You find yourself in the trenches of a forlorn battlefield where your are being hunted by vicious creatures.
Solve puzzles to clear pathways and sneak through trenches to hide from vicious creatures. Avoid dangerous threats and try to escape this world of pain and death. Besides the realistic graphics the game features a stealth system, puzzle-solving and exploration of the vicious game world which all culminates in a subtle yet intense story. The surrealistic setting is based upon historical background information that was used as an inspiration to create the game world.
- The game features a vicious horror atmosphere set on a surrealistic WW1 battlefield.
- Since this is NOT a shooter in any way, you are forced to hide from and sneak around dangerous creatures and other deadly threats.
- Apart from stealthing you will be encouraged to explore the game world for goodies while also open new paths by solving puzzles.
- Since we use Unreal Engine 4 we aim at realistic graphics with stunning lighting effects and detailed 3D models
- Apart from all that we work together with the history departement of Uni Hamburg, where they help us to get a proper image of the political agenda and the mindset of that time.
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"Eleven-year-old Peter Rowland has just moved with his mother to the town of Brackenvale. There he meets Maggie, a mysterious girl with whom he shares an instant bond. As Peter settles into his new life, he realizes something is wrong in the town. He is plagued by nightmares, and the scary things from his imagination are becoming more and more real with each passing night. With Halloween coming soon, Maggie and Peter discover something frightening waits in the woods near Lost Creek. They must band together to face their fears, and uncover the dark secret of Lost Creek before it's too late. Come to the world of Lost Creek, and remember: childhood is a magical time, even when it's scary. And it's always bittersweet when the adventure has to end."
All images, video footage, and text appearing on this article (unless otherwise specified) are the property of Lost Creek Productions, LLC.
Stuart Brennan's zombie apocalypse film is shrouded in mystery, but what little we've glimpsed of it, indicates a promising horror flick. The early wins on its festival runs, only serve to further back that notion. Well today, the curtains are pulled back a little more with the release of the first official trailer, and what we see looks good. Check it out for yourself at the link below
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