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Horror film 'Abattoir' acquired by Momentum Pictures
25 October 2016 10:13 PM, PDT
by Seth Metoyer,
From The Press Release
Momentum Pictures announced today that it has acquired North American rights to the horror film “Abattoir,” which is set to release in theaters, VOD and Digital HD on Dec. 9, 2016. Written by Christopher Monfette (12 Monkeys) and directed by Darren Lynn Bousman (The Saw Series), the film stars Jessica Lowndes (The Prince), Joe Anderson (Hercules), Lin Shaye (Insidious Series) and Dayton Callie (Sons of Anarchy). Momentum Pictures’ Senior Vice President of Content Ian Goggins made the announcement today.
“We’re fans of Darren Bousman’s body of work in the horror genre so we »
MoreHorror In Hollywood dives into the 'Lake of Shadows'
25 October 2016 9:42 PM, PDT
Lake of Shadows: The Legend of Avocado Lake follows a group of young aspiring film makers as they set out to uncover the truth about a local urban legend at a mysterious lake resort. Lake of Shadows will combine the sub genre of found footage and traditional horror as the team seeks out a legend of a large man eating fish that lives in the lake. This documentary horror film combines urban legend with fact and incorporates the sub genre of found footage.
Avocado Lake is located in Fresno County, the heart of the Central Valley in California. The lake is known for an unusual high number of unexplained drowning deaths. Stories have been told over the years surrounding these deaths and what lurks below. Many local residents believe the lake is haunted.
There is a story that Avocado Lake was originally a gravel/sand »
MoreHorror on The Scene at L.A. Screening of Rob Zombie's '31'
24 October 2016 11:04 PM, PDT
'31' Movie Review
31 is written and directed by Rob Zombie. The film stars Sheri Moon Zombie, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Meg Foster, Kevin Jackson, Malcolm McDowell, Jane Carr, Judy Geeson, Richard Brake, Pancho Moler, David Ury, Lew Temple, Torsten Voges, Elizabeth Daily and Michael "Red Bone" Alcott.
Rob Zombie is one of the most divisive directors of the twenty-first century. Either you love his movies, or you hate them, and the qualities that his fans love about his films, the stylized grittiness, the edgy, eccentric personality of the director which shines through all of his work, »
Review: Arrow Video Releases the Classic Vampire Flick 'Vamp'
24 October 2016 7:42 PM, PDT
Reviewed by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com
Directed by: Richard Wenk
Sometimes some pretty influential stuff by some pretty talented filmmakers has to season into its own. After being around long enough to see something make its debut, fall into obscurity for a couple of decades, be lovingly put on life support by loyal fans, and then rise like a phoenix to the accolades it deserved all along, I’ve got some perspective. That perspective is more than affirmed with “Vamp”. This 1986 horror comedy was well ahead of its time, and was influential in more ways than one.
Vamp had the pedigree of being a New World Picture. That may or may not seem obscure, but Cannon and New World »