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Director Aaron Mento combines horrid holiday threads with the scare-centric setting of summer camp in Ugly Sweater Party (co-starring Sleepaway Camp’s Felissa Rose), and we're exclusively debuting the teaser trailer for the new horror comedy right here on Daily Dead.
Press Release: "In 2017, you're invited to the bloodiest Christmas party ever!
Ocular Migraine Productions presents Ugly Sweater Party, a new holiday horror comedy from writer/director Aaron Mento (Standards of Living, Crypt TVs Choose Their Kill)! The film was produced by Mento, Charles Chudabala (Death House) and Hunter Johnson (2 Jennifer). Enjoy our first Nsfw teaser trailer- just in time for the holidays!
On Christmas Eve, at a bible camp deep in the woods, an ugly sweater party is in full swing. »
- Derek Anderson
It Watches, 2016.
Directed by Dave Parker.
Following a serious accident, Andre (Djurovic) takes on a house-sitting job from a friend deep in the hills of sunny Los Angeles, but soon finds the rather creepy little house in question comes complete with something far more sinister than he had first expected.
However harsh it might seem to pick on the flurry of micro-budget horrors constantly doing the rounds, rest assured, It Watches fully deserves it. Some directors have a knack for taking nothing-budgets to pretty extreme heights and crafting some seriously affecting scares with them, but sadly this is no where even near the case with this aggressively stupid, tactless cash-grab. There might be a few laughs or jumps here and there for the Netflix crowd, but on the whole this is a fairly low-point for an already wrung-out genre. »
- Ben Robins
I just finished watching It Watches, an independent horror/thriller movie which is coming VOD shortly, and I have got to say it has been a while since a movie completely pulled the rug out from under me like this film did! Honestly, I’ve seen enough movies to think I am always one step ahead of the film I’m watching, and for the most part I am, but I have to say this one outsmarted me. Which makes me very Very happy.
To director Dave Parker (The Hills Run Red) I tip my cap. First of all because I am getting tired of the found footage format. It feels like every horror movie these days has got to have that found footage/CCTV feel to it. However this »
- Kevin Haldon
Fright Rags travels to a place that is deceptively "so wholesome, so squeaky clean you could only find it on TV" with their new collection of shirts based on the cult ’90s series Eerie, Indiana. In today's Horror Highlights, we also have a look at trailers and release details for Dave Parker's It Watches and Nathan Williams' If There's a Hell Below.
Eerie, Indiana Shirts from Fright Rags: Press Release: "Despite only airing for a single season, Eerie, Indiana made an impact on a generation who grew up in the '90s. Alongside shows like Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Goosebumps, it served as a gateway into the horror genre for many kids. Journey back to the center of weirdness with Fright-Rags' Eerie, Indiana collection.
Artist Matt Ryan Tobin created three designs: "Eerie, Indiana" features the familiar town sign that greeted viewers at the top of »
- Derek Anderson
We’ve been singing the praises of director Dave Parker for years now, and some news has come that has us absolutely delighted! His latest foray into fear, It Watches, arrives on Digital next month and then on DVD early next… Continue Reading →
- Steve Barton
5 items from 2016
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