Sargad director Sarah Giercksky brings you ‘Create Your Killer’. A humorous, gory celebration of both video games and slasher films from the 80's, with a few horror icons from the 70's thrown in for good measure!
Details are still scarce, but Sargad writer and lead actress Sarah Giercksky is teaming up with her Bitches of Horror partner-in-crime Jasmine Martinez to deliver a playful little spook themed with 80’s nostalgia, video games, and of course, gore.
Who’s Watching Oliver, the heartbreaking and totally disturbing psychodrama about the abusive relationship between a mother and her son, is available on Amazon Prime, free for members (you can watch it below).
Well, we’ve got another soul-staining addition to the list, ready to be released for your viewing “pleasure” this October 23rd. Lucio A. Rojas’ delightfully provocative TRAUMA, coming by way of Artsploitation films
Three Tales Productions, Darren Lynn Bousman, and Wesley Alley present Good Girl, a short film starring Zack Ward (A Christmas Story, Resident Evil) and Amanda Markowitz (The Voices, Love Meet Hope) and directed by Wesley Alley (The Voices, SockMonster)
There are many horror films featuring killer animals (I have included one on this list as he has dual roles both as the victim and the attacker), however what I was most interested in - and the aim of my ‘Horror’s Best Animal Performances’ list - were animal roles which either impacted the plot in some way or would be remembered by audience as significant characters in the film; I also wanted to avoid those that were relegated to just being the antagonist. So obvious choices such as Jaws, The Birds, Mans Best Friend, Alligator, Rogue were all left out. In researching this I realized how few animal roles fit this criteria, and how few of those were canines. On to the list.
Coming soon from Dread Central Presents, EXTREMITY, in select theaters 9/28/18, on VOD & Blu-Ray 10/2/18! A young woman obsessed with horror, subjects herself to twelve hours of gruelling torment in an attempt to confront her own fears and conquer the tragic past which haunts her. Directed by Anthony DiBlasi.
Few films and their sequels are as equally revered by fans as The Evil Dead and Evil Dead 2. Whether you prefer Sam Raimi's 1981 indie horror landmark or his black humor-injected 1987 sequel, Fright-Rags has something for you, along with new shirts from House, House II, and The Warriors.