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Clarissa Jacobson and JM Logan’s ‘Lunch Ladies’ Eligible For a 2019 Academy Award

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Clarissa Jacobson’s comedy Lunch Ladies wins twenty-four film awards, including Best Comedy Short at Filmquest and ‘Best Editing’ at Rhode Island Film Festival Clarissa Jacobson created the comedy horror Lunch Ladies (you can check out our review of the film here) and it has already amassed an impressive following with fans all over the world taking photos with infamous hairnets! As well as winning twenty-four prestigious film awards including Best Editing at Rhode Island Film Festival, Best Comedy Short at Filmquest and Best Horror Comedy at Dragon Con Independent Film Festival, this hilarious filmRead More

Anna and the Apocalypse – Free Advance Screening Boston

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Orion will release Anna and the Apocalypse on Friday, December 7th, 2018. Directed by John McPhail and written by Alan McDonald and Ryan McHenry. The film is based on the 2010 BAFTA-winning short Zombie Musical. A zombie apocalypse threatens the sleepy town of Little Haven – at Christmas – forcing Anna (Ella Hunt) and her friends to fight, slash and sing their way to survival, facing the undead in a desperate race to reach their loved ones. But they soon discover that on one is safe in this new world, and with civilization falling apartRead More

Trailer Release for Post-Apocalyptic Horror ‘Ribbons’

Trailer Release for Post-Apocalyptic Horror Ribbons starring Kim Allan (Outlaw King), Robert Jack (In Plain Sight), Kirstin McLean (Taggart) and Kirsty Strain (Outlander, Anna and the Apocalypse) BAFTA Award winning filmmakers Gregor Barclay and Colin Bell release the trailer for Ribbons, their exciting Post-Apocalyptic horror-thriller. Ribbons follows a small group of four very different characters trapped in a confined space – a windowless bunker that pushes relationships to breaking points, and minds to the brink of madness. Ribbons follows the long tradition of Psychological Post-Apocalyptic movies such as The Mist, District Nine,Read More

November and Beyond for Horror Fans

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We’re well into November now with Thanksgiving right around the corner. While it’s always horror season for true fans, October is the time for slashers for most casual fans. Never fear though… there’s some great stuff coming in the near (and distant future). After the Halloween franchise finally made a return to the big screen last month (check out Chewie’s review of Halloween (2018) here) after a long layoff after the reboot of Halloween this month, many have started to speculate which will be the next horror film to come outRead More

‘Number 37’ Available On Demand November 20th

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South African thriller Number 37 sets a date with VOD AVAILABLE ON DEMAND NOVEMBER 20 AND SELECT THEATERS THROUGHOUT NOVEMBER Award-winning Hitchockian suspense thriller Number 37, filmed in Cape Town, releases in select theaters throughout November and On Demand November 20 from Dark Star Pictures. In a gritty homage to perennial Alfred Hitchcock favorite Rear Window, director Nospiho Dumia’s film focuses on the residents of a block of apartments in the down-and-out Cape Flats neighborhood–which, with its petty thugs, crooked cops, violent loan sharks, and troubled pastors, soon reveals itself to be aRead More

Pappy’s World (2018) – Friends Till The End?

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Pappy’s World is a 2018 horror short film written and directed by Matt Wisniewski, co-written by Fred Polone and Matt Wisniewski and starring Fred Polone and Jaz Frazier. The description from IMDB reads simply as follows: “A girl in post-racial America gets a killer doll for Christmas.” Plot, Thoughts & Recommendation There’s quite a bit going on in the short nine minute run time of Pappy’s World. Based on my tagline to this review you might have guessed that the film revolved around a doll. You may also gather from the title ofRead More

2 Terrifying Tapes of Halloween Horror Hit VHS

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Dead by Midnight & Dark Roast / Root of All Evil On Sale Now Broke Horror Fan presents two brand-new VHS tapes loaded with Halloween horror: the indie horror anthology Dead by Midnight (11pm Central) and a double feature of two horror shorts, Dark Roast and Root of All Evil. Dead by Midnight (11pm Central) stars Hannah Fierman (V/H/S, Siren) and Erin Brown (Masters of Horror: Sick Girl). Don’t touch that vile little dial for six segments from directors Torey Haas, Tony Reames, Eric Davis, Jay Holloway, and Anissa Matlock.Read More

Horror Rockers Prayer Line Release ‘A Martyr’s Death’

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New video released from Louisville-based horror rock band Prayer Line Directed by Mike Thompson, “A Martyr’s Death” follows the themes presented in the song itself which utilizes words and ideas taken from the 1973 classic horror film The Wicker Man. The video stars Julie Streble as the lady on the run from a pagan cult. The song was recorded at the Horror Hotel in Lyndon and was mixed and mastered by Anthony Olympia in Nashville. Directed by: Mike Thompson Director of Photography: Thomas Johns Assistant Camera: Andrea Kiefer Check itRead More

Halloween (2018) – The Shape is Back 40 Years Later

Halloween (2018) was directed by David Gordon Green and was written by Green, Jeff Fradley, and Danny McBride. It is the eleventh installment in the Halloween film series, and a direct sequel to the original 1978 film. It completely retcons the series as it ignores all other films in the franchise after the original. SPOILER ALERT: This review will talk openly about some plot points of the film. I’ll try not to ruin any major surprises but if you want to be totally spoiler free skip this until you’ve watched the film. Plot & Thoughts Set forty yearsRead More

Butterfly Kisses Available Everywhere October 23rd

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Gravitas Ventures Presents Butterfly Kisses The Camera Doesn’t Lie Available on DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD on October 23, 2018 Gravitas Ventures will release the horror film Butterfly Kisses on DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD on October 23, 2018.  The film sets out to prove that the urban legend of The Peeping Tom is real.  The film is written and directed by Erik Kristopher Myers and stars Gavin York. Butterfly Kisses Synopsis Found footage and urban legend come together in chilling fashion in this unsettling film, shot on location in Ellicott City, Maryland. Gavin York,Read More