5 items from 2016
If you’ve seen writer/director Erik Reese‘s debut Train to Stockholm—a personal, introspective drama—the thought of him helming a down and dirty Nevadan desert revenger doesn’t necessarily come to mind. But that’s exactly what he’s done with Dead Bullet, the successful genre jump as good a calling card as any for his talents. Starting closer to his adopted home of Finland, Reese reworked a Scandinavian-set script that didn’t quite come together as he’d like for the sweltering heat and casino bells of his hometown in the American Midwest. Rather than being about millions of dollars, uncut heroin, or illegal weapons sold to the highest bidder, this tale surrounds one hundred thousand dollars in poker chips. Chump change to Hollywood, but everything to Bill Holden (John T. Woods).
Unafraid to throw us into his world of tough guys without remorse, we don »
- Jared Mobarak
Coming off of the drug caper Down and Dangerous, which we covered upon its release, director Zak Forsman has shifted roles to executive produce the new feature Dead Bullet, which comes from the creative collective known as Sabi and stars John T. Woods. Written and directed by newcomer Erik Reese, we’re pleased to exclusive premiere the first trailer, which is bristling with frenetic energy and proves how one can achieve a high quality production value, despite being produced on a micro-budget.
The soundtrack for the Gary King-produced film also features 19 eclectic musical artists from the 60s and 70s as well as some modern-day hip-hop artists. The drama will have its world premiere next month at the Tucson Film and Music Festival, before hitting the festival circuit and hopefully be available to check out via streaming services in the not too distant future. In the meantime, check out the trailer »
- Raffi Asdourian
Now available on digital and VOD platforms, the “delightfully deranged” Mark of the Witch (watch the trailer) is directed by Jason Bognacki, and stars genre favorites Maria Olsen (Paranormal Activity 3, Rob Zombie’s Lords of Salem) and Paulie Rojas (Down and Dangerous, The Last Resort). “Mark of the Witch follows Jordyn, a beautiful young woman (Paulie Rojas) who is driven into a […] »
By Seth Metoyer
It certainly seems like it's been the season of the witch lately, and here's another upcoming gem for you.
The film Mark Of The Witch will be releasing on 6/6/16 on the following platforms Dish, SlingTV, DirectTV, Vubiquity (Verizon), Amazon, Vudu, Xbox, Itunes, Flixfling, Google Play, Vimeo, Comcast (est).
From Director Jason Bognacki, the cast includes Maria Olsen (Paranormal Activity 3, Starry Eyes and Meir Zarchi's I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu) and rising star Paulie Rojas (Down and Dangerous, The Last Resort).
Check out the trailer below the official details.
From The Press Release
On 6/6/16 Epic Pictures will release their acclaimed new horror film Mark Of The Witch on a digital platform near you!
Labeled by Paranormal Underground Magazine as "one of the most beautiful films about witchcraft ever seen," Mark Of The Witch follows Jordyn, a beautiful young woman who is driven »
I love me some witch movies, so when news breaks of a new film that falls within that subgenre, you’ve got my attention. One such film that has been making waves within the horror genre is Jason Bognacki’s Mark Of The Witch (formerly titled Another), a film that looks to be quite the homage to all things Argento and surreal. Epic Pictures, fresh off a nonstop barrage of solid releases like Turbo Kid, Tales Of Halloween and Nina Forever, has given Mark Of The Witch a Digital/VOD release date of 6/6/16. We’ve got the brand new trailer and poster for you fright fanatics, so read on and get ready for a witchy good time.
Directed by Jason Bognacki, the film stars genre favorites Maria Olsen (Paranormal Activity 3, Rob Zombie’s Lords of Salem) and Paulie Rojas (Down and Dangerous, The Last Resort). Mark Of The Witch follows Jordyn, »
- Jerry Smith
5 items from 2016
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