5 items from 2017
Terror Films has secured a release date for Savageland. Filmed by a trio of directors (Phil Guidry, Simon Herbert and David Whelan), Savageland takes place at an Arizona border town. In Sangre de Cristo (Blood of Christ), fifty-seven people have disappeared and only one survivor has been found; he has a strange story to tell. The film is scheduled to show in late February, in the United States. And now, a movie clip is available for this indie horror title, called "Dead Alive." The "Dead Alive" movie clip involves an interrogation. The lone survivor is questioned about the death of a person. He answers a few questions. But, little is revealed in this mysterious clip. Savageland will be available through many Video-on-demand platforms, in the Us. The film will show on these online platforms: iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play/YouTube, Vudu, Xbox Live, Sony PlayStation, Vimeo on Demand, I Bleed Indie and 3 Roku channels. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
I love Peter Jackson - from Dead Alive to Lord Of The Rings - the man is talented as f*ck. Even his misses (like Lovely Bones and The Hobbit) have awesome stuff in them. That is all to say that I'm excited-as-balls about his upcoming film, Mortal Engines, described by Variety as "set thousands of years in the... Read More »
- Damion Damaske
Looking for a delicious recipe that’s all pleasure and no pain? Kaci Hansen, aka The Homicidal Homemaker, has such sights to show you with her Hellraiser “Cinna-bite” Brownies recipe on another episode of her endlessly entertaining cooking show.
From The Homicidal Homemaker: “What’s your pleasure? Chocolate? Cinnamon? Ah…the cinnamon. The sweet, sweet cinnamon…
Everyone loves biting into a rich, fudgy brownie, but not everyone has dabbled around with adding a little spice into the mix. Step inside The Homicidal Homemaker’s kitchen (if you dare…) and learn how to make these Hellraiser “Cinna-bite” Brownies, decorated to look like the Lament Configuration from the movie. One bite, and you’ll tear these brownies apart!
Disclaimer: The Homicidal Homemaker does not take any responsibility should any Cenobites be summoned! :)
For this full recipe, including a vegetarian/vegan variation, as well as the template used in the tutorial, »
- Derek Anderson
[Happy Monday, readers! With the 2017 Sundance Film Festival beginning later this week, we thought it would be fun to take a look back at some of the great midnight movies that have come out of the fest over the years. Be sure to check back each day this week for more Midnight Memories from Daily Dead!]
The Sundance Film Festival has hosted the premieres of many a great genre offering; from Lucky McKee’s May in 2002 to Tommy Wirkola’s Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead in 2014, the festival spotlights genre work by turns impactful, thoughtful, or just delightful. And many of the films’ backstories are often as inspired as the work itself. Case in point: Jason Eisener’s Hobo with a Shotgun, which premiered January 21st, 2011 at Sundance, and is still as fun to watch as its journey to the screen is fascinating.
Back in 2007, when Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino were set to release Grindhouse (their double feature love letter to exploitation cinema), they announced a contest for fake exploitation trailers to go along with ones already filmed by established filmmakers such as Edgar Wright and Rob Zombie.
Canadian filmmaking aspirant Eisener (who has gone on to helm segments for The ABCs of Death »
- Scott Drebit
Lurking within pages, displayed on the big and small screens, and at home on the airwaves, the horror genre thrived last year. 2016 was packed with great genre offerings, and although it's difficult to filter through the creepy contents of such a banner year for the genre, I forced myself to choose the moments that stuck with me the most... and still haunt my nightmares.
Green Room: Never did violence feel more real onscreen to me this year than the scenes in Jeremy Saulnier’s Green Room. The third feature film from the Blue Ruin and Murder Party director is ripe with palpable frights in its depiction of a vicious battle between a punk band and neo-Nazis led by Patrick Stewart’s calculating Darcy. You can practically feel your sweaty palms wrapping around a broken fluorescent tube as the Ain’t Rights prepare for their most important performance yet as »
- Derek Anderson
5 items from 2017
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