5 items from 2016
In today's Horror Highlights, we have a look at Halloween Forevermore's limited edition Cthulhu statue, a horror DVD prize pack contest courtesy of Level 33 Entertainment, an excerpt from The Anatomy of Fear: Conversations with Cult Horror and Science-Fiction Filmmakers, a trailer for the haunting short film Agatha, the cast announcement for Manos Returns, a teaser video and poster for Barry Baker: Aspiring Serial Killer, and details on the All Through the House Blu-ray signing at Dark Delicacies in Burbank.
Halloween Forevermore's Limited Edition Cthulhu Statue: "Halloween Forevermore is a company known to many Halloween and Horror fans. Formed in 2014, they have released one dozen very popular and well-made wax warmers that appeal to both the seasonal Halloween fan and horror lifestyle enthusiasts. Their Undertaker and Cthulhu wax warmers were featured in Rue Morgue magazine. The company that trick-or-treats 365 nights a year is proud to announce a new limited edition »
- Derek Anderson
by Seth Metoyer,
Christmas for horror fans has come early as the holiday horror film All Through The House is no available on multiple platforms. Check out all the official details below.
From The Press Release
Spread the Christmas fear with All Through the House – a Santa slasher film making its U.S. debut on all major VOD platforms October 4, 2016, released by Gravitas Ventures. All Through the House is produced by The Readmond Company. It was written and directed by Todd Nunes. VOD Platforms, hosting the launch, include: iTunes, Vudu, Google Play, Hulu, Playstation, Amazon, and Microsoft. The DVD/Blu-ray version is available on Amazon.
Jessica Cameron is part of the primary cast. She says of All Through the House: “I have always loved holiday horror films, and am so thrilled to have been involved with two thus far in my career. All Through the House is »
Killing Time with the Infinite Z provides adult living dead fans with 36 pages of zombie killing mayhem, and today we have a look at the cover and title page for the coloring book. Also in today's Highlights: a Daily Dead Q&A with Bb writer/director Cj Wallis, a new clip from The Disappointments Room, images from The Devil's Dolls, and iTunes release details for All Through the House.
Killing Time with the Infinite Z Cover Art: "Killing Time with the Infinite Z is an adult coloring book celebrating the zombie genre. This coloring book offers 36 exciting pages following the fanciful tales and exciting adventures of 4 people living in the Zombie filled future. Each page is beautifully and meticulously illustrated and the story is lighthearted and engaging. This book is sure to keep any coloring enthusiast entertained for a long time."
To learn more about Killing Time with the Infinite Z, »
- Tamika Jones
By Seth Metoyer,
I gotta say I'm really digging this poster for the upcoming film Death Ward 13, a remake of Dont Look In The Basement. Check out all the details below.
From The Press Release
The cult-classic Don’T Look In The Basement is being re-imagined by horror director Todd Nunes and L.A.-based Bone Crusher Films. The new film, Death Ward 13 is currently in pre-production in Los Angeles. Death Ward 13 is inspired by S.F. Brownrigg’s Don’T Look In The Basement (1973) and Edgar Allen Poe’s short story “The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether" (1845). Death Ward 13 promises to deliver a thrilling remake with a shocking collection of criminally insane patients: botched lobotomies, necrophilia, sexual deviance, and violent psychopaths.
Genre specialists Devilworks – known for more than a handful of my horror favourites, including Frightfest flicks Some Kind Of Hate from director Adam Egypt Mortimer and funky retro slasher Discopath - have boarded The October People’s (The Invoking, The Device) bigfoot horror Valley Of The Sasquatch for International distribution.
Reviewed by Fangoria as ”Intense, Scary & Beautiful”, Valley Of The Sasquatch has already garnered awards, winning Best Horror Feature at the Toronto Independent and Idaho Horror Film Festivals and Best Cinematography at the Horrible Imaginings and Crimson Screen Film Festivals after screening at Festivals such as Seattle Int’l, Buffalo Dreams Fantastic, Nevermore, Another Hole in the Head, Spooky Movie Horror and Macabre Film Faire – to name a few.
- Phil Wheat
5 items from 2016