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‘Hank Boyd Is Dead’ Release Date Announced

Hank Boyd Is Dead

Terror Films Announces Release Date for Quirky Indie Horror Thriller Hank Boyd Is Dead LOS ANGELES, CA (June 23rd, 2017) – Terror Films is set to release Hank Boyd Is Dead across multiple digital platforms on Tuesday, June 27. Writer/director Sean Melia’s twisted story follows struggling actress and caterer Sarah Walsh (Stefanie E. Frame). She is left alone to tend to the post-funeral gathering for Hank Boyd, a quiet loner, who stood accused of a horrific crime. She knew Hank in high school and finds it hard to believe thatRead More


Trailer, Poster and Clip for ‘Without Name!’

Global Digital Releasing

Global Digital Releasing Unveils Trailer, Poster and Clip for Irish Horror Thriller Without Name! “Without Name is a trippy, delirious time lost in the woods where you won’t want to find your way out…” – Daniel Kurland, Bloody Disgusting “… the truest, and perhaps finest, example of the Lovecraftian sensibility ever put on film…” – Peter Gutierrez, Screen Anarchy LOS ANGELES, CA (June 19, 2017) – Global Digital Releasing recently announced the North American digital and VOD release date of the award winning horror thriller Without Name.  Leading up to itsRead More


Annabelle: Creation – New Poster and Trailer Tonight!

Annabelle Creation Poster

She’s Back! Nothing can prepare you for the real story. From New Line Cinema comes Annabelle: Creation, with David F. Sandberg (Lights Out) helming the follow up to 2014’s hugely successful Annabelle, which scared up nearly $257 million at the worldwide box office during its run in theaters. The new film is once again being produced by Peter Safran and James Wan, who previously partnered on The Conjuring hit movies. In Annabelle: Creation, several years after the tragic death of their little girl, a doll maker and his wife welcome a nunRead More


Put Your Horror Flick Together by Syncing Video, SFX, and Sound

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Post Production Magic – Syncing Video, SFX, and Sound for horror flicks Guest Post by Helen Clark “We’ll fix it in post” are words that inspire either confidence or dread, depending on the skill of the filmmaker and his production crew. With an inexperienced production team, the temptation often exists to try to improve the film (or more likely, fix problems) by utilizing a variety of techniques to correct flaws or improve poorly rendered practical special effects. This can get expensive, as the production team may have to enlist extra help,Read More


‘Blood Hunters’ Day and Date Release in July

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Fresh from its Audience Award winning presentation at Fright Night Theatre Film Festival, Blood Hunters, directed by Tricia Lee will have a theatrical run at the Carlton Cinema in Toronto, ON starting July 7th, 2017 and a one night screening as part of the DedFemme Screening Series at the Metro Cinema in Edmonton, AB on the same day.  The film is also coming out on DVD, VOD and all digital platforms in Canada and the USA on July 4th, 2017. Blood Hunters is the terrifying new horror film from directorRead More


‘Other Halves’ Director’s Cut Now Available on DVD

Other Halves Amazon

San Francisco – 6/13/2017 – Other Halves, the horror film about a killer dating app, is now out on DVD in uncensored form, as intended by the filmmakers. “We’re very excited to have our original vision available for everyone to see,” says co-writer/director Matthew T. Price. “We were disappointed that the film had to be altered for Amazon Prime. Now audiences can watch the movie we set out to create.” The Other Halves DVD is available on Amazon and Create Space. The DVD is also available on Kunaki for aRead More


Bad Acid Released on Amazon Video June 6th

Bad Acid (2016)

Bad Acid, the short, supernatural social satire that I reviewed back in August of 2016, is set to be released on Amazon Video on June 6th, 2017. The film, written and directed by David Chaudoir, was acquired by Amazon after winning a competition through the Promax film festival. The film has completed it’s festival run where it won best short film at the Popcorn Horror film festival in Glasgow and was screened at the London Short Film Festival and at festivals in Canada and America. Praise for Bad Acid “BadRead More


What To Expect From ‘It’ (2017)

It - We All Float Down Here

Horror has always been an inspirational genre – from spin-off console titles to some of the online slot games at this site, it has proven to reach far into the imagination of popular culture. Arguably none more so than the terrifying character of the It franchise – Pennywise the Dancing Clown – who is back on our screens later this year. Indeed, on first glimpse, the new adaptation of Stephen King’s novel It looks even scarier than the original. The trailer is the most viewed of all time and brokeRead More


The Knock (2017) – Strange Knock From a Strange Place

The Knock Short

Filmmaker Andrew Pledger has entered his short film The Knock into the My Rode Reel 2017 short film competition. He passed it along to me so I could pass it along to the ScareTissue faithful. It’s SUPER short (just over two minutes long) but in that short time it does some great things. Talk about a creepy little flick. Check it out below and leave us a comment with your thoughts. You can find more from Andrew on his YouTube channel or on Instagram (www.instagram.com/filmmakingman)


New Trailer For ‘Happy Endings Are a Rarity’

Happy Endings Are a Rarity (2017)

Wanted to pass along some info we got today from director & writer Blair Hoyle on the upcoming romantic horror dramedy Happy Endings Are a Rarity. The film will be self-distributed on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD this summer by Slash Gang Productions. Directed by: Blair Hoyle & Michael Bardon Written by: Blair Hoyle Starring: Will Bryant, Paige Smith, Cullen Ries, Phil Culton, Stefani Cronley, Tyler Stafford, and John Lineberry Happy Endings Are a Rarity Synopsis After a traumatic event renders him unwilling to leave the confines of his home, LandonRead More