Today with every person on the planet blogging (whether they have something to say or not) you can find quite a few choices out there on any single subject.Â A quick example would be â€śTop Horror Films of the Decade.â€ť
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The low budget horror movies normally mean an almost unstoppable killer (in some cases totally unstoppable) and the beautiful women who are their prey. In some movies actresses are just a body count while in others they become the â€śfinal girlâ€ť who grows during the course … Continue reading
Four beautiful coeds retreat to a mountain lake for some weekend R&R, but their holiday is shattered when four creepy admirers show up at their cabin. But when the clock strikes midnight, a mysterious power is unleashed that surprises everyone. Now it’s up to the uninvited guests to fight for their survival from the bloodthirsty beauties. Zach Passero directs this fun frightfest starring Carlee Baker, Eryn Joslyn, Eve Mauro and Robin … Continue reading
Aversion is an action-packed tale of a private investigator who discovers too late that the woman who he’s hired to follow…is possessed by a demon.
â€śYou better keep it in your pants, boy.â€ť Dr. Cliff
In what seems to be a tip of the hat to â€śVertigoâ€ť a private detective (Andrew Roth) is hired to get the goods on whether a rich man’s hot wife (Melantha Blackthorne) is … Continue reading
I was able to interview the lovely and talented Melantha Blackthorne and to escape with my life afterwards. Ms. Blackthorne is a very busy actress and producer and has a large cult following. She has appeared in such movies as SINNERS & SAINTS, ORDER OF ONE, and PRISON OF THE PSYCHOTIC DAMNED. Her production company is called Robomonkey Productions.
What are some of your current projects you are working on as an actress or … Continue reading
Interview with Richard Lovejoy
Actor, Writer, co-founder ofÂ Charred Oak Films
What made you decide to write Satan Camp?
Like all good stories about the origins of things, this starts at a bar. I was enjoying some whiskey with actor Kent Meister and director Scott Chinn, talking about this insane script I had just completed called Mosquito. That script involves bloody hordes of insects, large scale epic apocalyptic battles, body swapping (complete with totally bizarre … Continue reading
I was able to talk with Angelina Leigh for a few moments about her rapidly growing body of work in the horror industry. For those who are not aware of her now, and you will be soon, she is a model/actress who is currently working out of Buffalo. Her work has been seen on the silver screen as well as Playboy, which she is probably most famous for.
You have appeared in quite a few … Continue reading
A group of filmmakers shooting their latest horror movie are unaware that they’re being stalked and killed by a maniac posing as a member of the crew.
â€śOh, he came while you were filming the orgasm scene, he brought cookies…â€ť
Filmmakers are fascinated with themselves. The film industry has told many stories about itself over the years on any number of subjects, horror included. The average audience … Continue reading
In the backwoods of Kentucky, Bud (Kevin Taylor) operates a marijuana-growing operation from his house. When he catches a pair of crooks trying to make off with his valuable stash, Bud forces them into a dangerous game they may not survive. Debbie Rochon, Billy W. Blackwell and Chris Begley co-star in this highly disturbing horror movie about drugs, kidnapping and brutal torture. Jacob Ennis directs.
Directed … Continue reading
A young doctor decides to test an experimental drug on a man who’s been languishing in a coma, and the procedure has unexpected consequences: Although the man’s body remains rooted to his hospital bed, his spirit can move around at will. Now, the crazed patient can inhabit unsuspecting bystanders and force them to exact his revenge. First on his list? The meddling medical students responsible for his comatose … Continue reading
Talented but broke screenwriter Jim (Tony Brownrigg) reluctantly agrees to pen a horror script to raise some cash. But his inspiration comes in a very unusual form: a murderous muse named Victoria (Arianne Martin) who’s determined to give Jim a true taste of terror. As the vengeful spirit begins killing his friends one by one, Jim turns to his pal Carl (Edward Landers), a horror movie expert, for help in … Continue reading
I am not only a columnist, sometime reviewer and hair club for men president but an actor as well. Working in the no budget world gives you a different view of movies. People are hard at work making movies for thousands rather than millions. People pack lunches or carry lights when not acting. It is filming at the most basic level. Some of the movies never get out of their home town or if they … Continue reading
“Cthulhu Blues Productions (based in Arkansas) and Crow-Nan Productions (based in New York) have wrapped principle photography on their latest feature film collaboration ‘Sineaters’, a dark action story of violence and redemption. Principle photography occurred in the city of Conway, Arkansas. Sean-Michael Argo directed this Bekah Kelso script, with cinematography by Leo Smith. Post-production is presently underway.
Sineaters is the story of a lone drifter who has come to the end … Continue reading
A group of five led by Julie set up their filming equipment in the hotel of the derelict town of Goldfield, hoping to capture footage of the ghost of Elisabeth Walker, a maid tortured and killed in room 109. Troubled by visions, Julie discovers that a necklace, handed down to her from her grandmother, is somehow connecting her to this tragedy.
This place is doing things to us”
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In this stark vampire film, the near-alcoholic Sam (Larry Fessenden) meets the hauntingly beautiful Anna (Meredith Snaider) at a Greenwich Village, N.Y., costume party — and then she promptly disappears. Sam becomes obsessed with the woman, abandoning his friends when they need him the most — most notably his pal Larry (Jesse Hartman), who had a fling with a similarly mysterious girl and now appears sickly and pale.
“Actually, … Continue reading
The first flick in the trilogy from director John Carpenter, Halloween almost single-handedly invented the 1980s slasher genre. Escaped lunatic Michael Myers (no, not the Austin Powers actor) goes on a murderous baby-sitter-slaying rampage on Halloween. Only baby sitter Jamie Lee Curtis (the quintessential scream queen) and psychiatrist Donald Pleasence can stop him.
â€śBut you can’t kill the boogie man!â€ť
First of all you have good … Continue reading
On a warm summer night, death comes for Gayle Jern. It comes unheralded and like all of us, she is unprepared. Her mind is on her family’s recent move to a new home and she is happily filled with the promise of a new beginning. However, promises were made to be broken. In one terrifying night, Gayle must find within her a desperate courage to face the … Continue reading
Sam Qualiana, was one of last years winners of the Buffalo Screams Film Festival â€śFilmmakers to Watch Awardâ€ť for his submission â€śNo Road Outâ€ť, a crime drama. Sam has been very busy producing short films, for example â€śSwamp Squad of the Deadâ€ť, â€śLike Icarus, Quickly Fallingâ€ť, â€śToxic Hoppersâ€ť among many more.
Originally he had decided to remake one of his movies â€śSnow Shark: Ancient Snow Sharkâ€ťas a short movie but found … Continue reading
Joan Burrows (Bettis) returns to her hometown for her niece’s graduation, only to be confronted by the serial killer she thought she offed years ago — after he kidnapped and tormented her and her best friend.
Directed by Jed Weintrob
Written by Zack Ford
Starring Angela Bettis, Brittney Wilson, Ben Cotton.
Another in the long line of Saw like torture p*rn movies. The gimmick … Continue reading
In the 13th century, evil knights known as the Templars — who sought eternal life by drinking human blood — were executed and left exposed so that birds could peck out their eyes. But when a group of people in 1970s Portugal stumble on the knights’ abandoned monastery, they unleash their rotting corpses to terrorize the land. This chilling film is the first installment of writer-director Amando de Ossorio’s four-part … Continue reading