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Through Eyes of the Dead is American extreme metal band Necrophagiaâ€™s first video compilation, first released in 2000. It consists of clips for five original songs, interspersed with brief snippets of interview footage. Most of these songs are taken from the 1998 album â€śHolocausto de la Morteâ€ť. The clips combine footage of the band performing with scenes from horror films.
Necrophagia are something of an institution in the metal universe. Still … Continue reading
Thommy and his family move to a new place. In the attic, he finds a box surrounded with chains. He opens it. In the box, he finds a mirror and a diary.
Olaf Ittenbach is well known by now, not only in his homeland of Germany, but all over the world of horror, as a pioneer of the splatter, gross-out, ultra-gore special effects. His masterful work can be found in not only … Continue reading
Jon Bernthal, Richard Armitage and Tom Holland have joined the cast of the Irish action-thriller PILGRIMAGE, which will be directed by Brendan Muldowney this spring in Ireland and Belgium. The film was written by Jamie Hannigan and will be produced by Conor Barry and John Keville of Dublin-based production outfit Savage Productions and Benoit Roland of Wrong Men North. XYZ will executive produce and handle worldwide sales rights. WME Global is co-representing the U.S. with … Continue reading
Brace yourself for a mind-blowing thriller that delivers high-octane action, blood-soaked violence and a riveting tale of revenge in equal measure.Â From director Kurando Mitsutake, who dazed genre fans with his Samurai Avenger: The Blind Wolf, comes GUN WOMAN, a dark postmodern film-noir starring Japanese gore queen Asami (The Machine Girl, Dead Sushi). Watch crazy meet crazier in this no-holds-barred revenge flick when GUN WOMAN arrives on Blu-rayâ„˘ and DVD on May 26, … Continue reading
Exclusive Interview with Horror Legend, Michael Berryman on Wednesday, March 25th at 9pm EST courtesy of Horrornews.net and in conjunction with Silver Screams Podcast & The Totally Driven Entertainment Radio Network.
Michael Berryman in an in-depth conversation talks about his film roles in One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, The Hills Have Eyes, The Devil’s Rejects, DEAD afterlife, and more.
“A double bill of fifties-style B-movie shorts from writer-director Christopher R. Mihm, the king of ‘new old, good bad’ movies! X The Fiend From Beyond Space: On a decades-long mission to Alpha Centauri, the crew of the UESPA spaceship Endeavor are awakened from LD-sleep to find themselves in orbit around a rogue planet. Finding nothing but a seemingly dead alien on the planet’s surface, the Captain decides to bring it aboard for … Continue reading
“The thief will steal the gold from your purse; the food from your house; or the magic rope. Whatever he wants, he takes and he has decided to steal from the Caliph – until he sees the Princess. He loses his heart to her and disguises himself as Prince Ahmed – one of four royal suitors for her hand. When she picks him, he is overcome and confesses to his true nature … Continue reading
“George Bailey has spent his entire life giving of himself to the people of Bedford Falls. He has always longed to travel but never had the opportunity in order to prevent rich skinflint Mister Potter from taking over the entire town. All that prevents him from doing so is George’s modest building and loan company, which was founded by his generous father. But on Christmas Eve, George’s Uncle Billy loses the business’s … Continue reading
Misaki, a kindhearted 17-year-old schoolgirl, leads a lonely and miserable life. Abandoned by her mother, she lives with her invalid sister and abusive father. Unable to defend herself, her sister is sexually abused by their father constantly, but Misaki herself manages to avoid his incestuous attentions. She is unable to relate to her only friend, a fellow student who prostitutes herself daily, but she often brings food to a deranged homeless woman, who … Continue reading
A family of four moves in temporarily to a house on the British moors. They have the intention of renovating it, but, they find, itâ€™s the site of an old ritualistic killing. Naturally, the house is haunted.
Meg Hamilton (Olivia Williams) restores historic houses. Thatâ€™s what brings her and her family to the Radcliffe house, a crumbling mansion, isolated in the British moors. Her husband, Alec (Matthew Modine) is a struggling … Continue reading
Amy Cole, an investigative reporter who’s daughter is struck by a terminal illness is not content to let her daughter suffer and die, so she searches for something that can save Lily-Mae’s life.
HorrorNews.Net and Horror News Radio are attending the MAD MONSTER PARTY inCharlotte, NC on March 27th-29th, 2015. Mad Monster Party is one of the best Horror Conventions on the East Coast with killer guests, thrilling film festival, fabulous after hour parties and events and surprises galore. It is an weekend you do NOT want miss!
The guest list is insane. It includes Tobin Bell (Saw), Doug Bradley (Hellraiser), Tim Capello (The Lost Boys), … Continue reading
This week on Horror News Radio the retro 80â€™s gore-festÂ MUCKÂ and theÂ Bigfoot film VALLEY OF THE SASQUATCH. Writer-Director Steve Wolsh ushersÂ his effects heavy horror film Muck to VOD and Blu-Ray courtesyÂ Anchor Bay Entertainment this week and into the hands of the Grue-crew. Uh, oh. Writer-Director John Portanova takes a unique look at the Bigfoot creature as he follows a fractured family into the forests of the American Northwest.
DaveÂ shares dishes a new plate of HORROR NEWS … Continue reading
“The year is 1997. New York City has been turned into a maximum security prison colony, when the American crime rate grows high. New York City is surrounded by a wall and the bridge is mined making sure no convict escapes from New York. Snake Plissken, a one-eyed former soldier turned bank robber arrives at New York after being sentenced to life imprisonment in New York City. Bob Hauk, police … Continue reading
Pieces of Talent is one of the few films that has the distinction of being heartily recommended to Doc Rotten and the crew of Horror News Radio by a fan of the show. The film is impressive receivingÂ a positive review on a recent episode. Covering the 16th Annual Nevermore Film Festival for HorrorNews.Net, Doc seizes the opportunity to sit down with the director and lead actress of this award winning independent horror feature, Joe Stauffer … Continue reading
Join us this week as we take a look at ten horror films screened at the 16th Annual Nevermore Film Festival in Durham, North Carolina. The festival, which plays at the Carolina Theater, is one of the best, more intimate, horror festivals on the circuit bringing many unseen and low budget, independent genre films to the big screen. This yearâ€™s group contains found footage, home invasion, werewolves, Sasquatch creatures, Spanish demon heavy metal puppets of … Continue reading
Check out the trailer and poster for the new feature film â€śIn The Darkâ€ť, written and directed by Chris St. Croix and David Buchert. The horror/thriller is available on DVD exclusively at Family Video stores. Further distribution through Family Video will depend on how well the film rents in the selected stores over the next month. The more rentals, the … Continue reading
In the late 1960s there were no CCTV or crime scene DNA testing, but disposing of a dead body was still bloody murder.
I love period films, especially when the filmmaker gets it right. It’s difficult to create another era. The more recent the era, the more difficult the task.
BLOOD AND CARPET takes place in the late 1960s. Shot in glorious black and white, the film perfectly captures the whole … Continue reading
A photographer finds herself falling under the spell of a witch.
Baba Yaga is the kind of movie you watch at three oâ€™clock in the morning, probably after having watched one or two other films and just trying to keep your eyes open. You know the feeling, you barely remember what you just watched. Even though I viewed it at around 8 pm with a cup of coffee in hand and no … Continue reading
A year after losing her parents in an automobile accident things go from bad to worse for Christine. Not only is she being stalked by a mysterious hooded man but she is also receiving messages from her deceased parents that seem to be trying to warn her about something. Is it all really happening or is it all just in her head?
I wasnâ€™t too familiar with Something Wicked other than the … Continue reading