A remake of Jean Brismee's Belgian/Italian film from 1971 (not released in America until 1974 and alternately titled "La plus longue nuit du diable", "Castle of Death", "La terrificante notte del demonio", and "Succubus"), The Devil's Nightmare is written and directed by Dave Zagorski.
It stars Seregon O'Dassey, Devanny Pinn, and Mad Z regulars Colin Allen, Christopher Shanahan, Kt Baldassaro, Ray Hryb, Dina Baker, and Johnny Donaldson.
Dr. Henry Rhoneberg (Shanahan) has developed an experimental technique to completely cure people of the vices that rule their lives and has gathered a motley assortment of addicts - from an easily angered alcoholic to a rock star with a love for excess (is there any other kind?
Dave tells us he's working on some audio fixes and waiting on VFX to be completed, and if all goes according to plan, the movie should see a premiere possibly in mid to late April. In the meantime, check out the film's opener below, but beware it's somewhat Nsfw.
A remake of Jean Brismee's Belgian/Italian film from 1971 (not released in America until 1974 and alternately titled "La plus longue nuit du diable", "Castle of Death", "La terrificante notte del demonio" and "Succubus"), The Devil's Nightmare is written and directed by Dave Zagorski and stars Seregon O'Dassey, Devanny Pinn, and Mad Z regulars Colin Allen, Christopher Shanahan, Kt Baldassaro, Ray Hryb,
Check out the trailer below for Scrooge in the Hood. It's loaded with ghosts, blood, guns and general bad behavior. The film stars George Raynor, Tina Krause, Seregon O'Dassey, Peter Morse, Kassandre Casame, Bill Jacques, Todd Therrien, Alexander Hauck and Chandler himself appears as the always creepy ghost of Christmas Yet To Come.
Boston Film Family has five feature films under their belt Our Kingdom Come, Sons of Perdition, Heaven and Hell, Legless and now Scrooge in the Hood which was released late last year. The Bff has also produced a collection of shorts, including Hangar 18.
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A remake of Jean Brismee's Belgian/Italian film from 1971 (not released in America until 1974 and alternately titled "La plus longue nuit du diable", "Castle of Death", "La terrificante notte del demonio" and "Succubus"), starring Seregon O'Dassey and Devanny Pinn.
The Devil's Nightmare is once again written and directed by Dave Zagorski. Regular Mad Z players Johnny Donaldson, Kt Baldassaro, Colin Allen, Ray Hryb, Dina Baker, and Chris Shanahan (all encoring from Killing Brooke) return alongside newcomer Camee Manderfield in this gory tale of demonic temptation and terror. Jared Skolnick, an award-winning director in his own right (for his short H.P. Lovecraft
Entitled the Hudson Horror Show 4: A December to Dismember, this film fest not only brings the horror but some holiday spirit as well. Take a gander at the lineup for this show. The double-headlining films are the classic Christmas nightmare Silent Night, Deadly Night and (how can you go wrong with the granddaddy of them all?) Tobe Hooper's masterpiece, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Also included for your admission price are Lucio Fulci's The Beyond, the rarely seen revenge flick Rolling Thunder featuring William Devane and Tommy Lee Jones, and (dig this one; it's not Twilight or "True Blood" but…) Werewolf vs. Vampire Woman.
Zagorski tells us, "I've recently just completed a rough cut on Killing Brooke. It's all put together, but I still have audio and color correction to do as well as adding credits and some other minor tweaking. All in all it looks like it's going to run about 75 minutes, which is a little shorter than I had hoped but still long enough to work as a feature. Overall it looks great; Jared (Skolnick, the Dp) has an amazing eye and did a really good job shooting. The cast did an amazing job as well, bringing these characters I wrote to life. There are definitely some standout performances. I've
Three friends stranded overnight in the mountains stumble upon a twisted family while 2 cops fight to solve local murders within a corrupt small town setting the stage as terrifying secrets unfold. Its a fight for survival as they spiral through a bloodbath of twists, turns and
Mark Hanson, Joe Hollow, Angie Savage, Shannon Lark, Frederic Doss, Larry Laverty, Katie Parker, Devanny Pinn, Kane Hodder, Michael Berryman, Tony Todd, Brandon Slagle, Deneen Melody, Tawny Amber Young, Holt Boggs, Tom Lodewyck, Michael J. Schaefer, Seregon O'Dassey, Lance Tafelski, Dante Scioscia, Wolfgang Meyer, Jesse Kozel, Jessica Cameron, Michael Cooke, George Katt, Robyn Griggs, Rachel Grubb and Julin.
Cut deals with three friends stranded overnight in the mountains who stumble upon a twisted family while two cops fight to solve local murders within a corrupt small town setting the stage as terrifying secrets unfold. Its a fight for survival as they spiral through a bloodbath of twists, turns and unexpected horrors on a collision coarse to the truth.
Seregon O'Dassey, a self-proclaimed actual vampire, has been given her own series. It airs on Comcast On Demand's Paranormal TV Channel and is titled Vampires Revealed.
O'Dassey explained her unique situation in an interview with Time Out New York.
She said she doesn't drink real blood, in case you were wondering:
"Not on a regular basis. It really kinda depends on what I'm feeling at the moment. I would say maybe two, three times a month. It's never public; it's not like people think. I don't have a craving and grab a random person. If my boyfriend cuts himself in the kitchen, or if I really want something, I'll ask my boyfriend. Or I have a little blade so I can make little nicks in myself. Nothing bad, it's completely safe, not even a permanent scar.
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