4 items from 2014
Scorpio Film Releasing is New England’s most prolific feature film production company, and their latest, The Sins of Dracula, takes on an icon and fuses him with a parody of Christian scare films. What's not to love? Here are its trailer, poster, and premiere info.
From the Press Release:
Scorpio Film Releasing presents the trailer for its newest film, The Sins of Dracula, a story of sex, sacrilege, and sin from director Richard Griffin, writer Michael Varrati, and producers Ted Marr and Stacey St. Edmunds.
The film will have its world premiere October 26th at CinemaWorld in Lincoln, Rhode Island (622 George Washington Highway).
Michael Thurber (Exhumed), Jamie Dufault (Murder University), Sarah Nicklin (Alice D), Steven O’Broin (Future Justice), Carmine Capobianco (Psychos In Love), and Samantha Acampora (Murder University) star. Artist Devon Whitehead created the original poster for the film.
"I am overjoyed with how The Sins of Dracula came out, »
- Debi Moore
Another Frankenstein-themed flick is coming our way that looks like a nice cheesy sliver of 1980's weirdness, and we have your first look at it right here. That's right, Dreadheads... grab you knives and forks and get ready to tango with Frankenstein's Hungry Dead.
From cult indie director Richard Griffin (The Disco Exorcist, Exhumed, Murder University, Nun of That), look for the flick (also known as Dr. Frankenstein's Wax Museum of the Hungry Dead) on special edition DVD from Wild Eye Releasing in early 2015.
Halloween night 1983: A group of teens break into a wax museum for some fun but instead find a gruesome secret awaiting them deep in the basement. Doctor Frankenstein himself has been piecing together the ultimate monster and creating a small army of the dead with the leftovers. Now, the teenagers must stop Frankenstein and his growing zombie horde or be sewn into the legendary mad doctor's latest masterpiece. »
- Steve Barton
Wild Eye Releasing, one of the first genre labels to embrace the retro format, has two of the company's best-selling titles now available on VHS as part of its ongoing partnership with neo-vhs pioneers Horror Boobs: The Disco Exorcist and Mold!
Yep, you read that right! No foolin'! Last week both Richard Griffin's The Disco Exorcist and Neil Meschino's Mold! were released as limited collector's edition VHS tapes and VHS/DVD combo packs with exclusive new art. See that and get the full details below!
The Disco Exorcist Synopsis:
From the makers of Murder University and Exhumed comes this blood-, boob-, and bell-bottom-soaked tribute to 70s exploitation sleaze. Rex Romanski is a 1970s disco swinger who loves and leaves the wrong woman - the wicked black magic priestess Rita Maria. And now it's up to Rex to undo the scorned Rita's rampage of revenge, murder, and destruction before »
- Debi Moore
We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature has first details on multiple projects including Night of the Living Deb, The Broadcast, Dial 9 to Get Out, and House of Forbidden Secrets, a monster themed giveaway from The Hub’s Spooksville, artwork from The Walking Dead Tribute, trailers for Infliction and Damned Love, and much more:
Night of the Living Deb Casting News: “Night of the Living Deb is an indie movie in development from producer Kyle Rankin (Battle of Shaker Heights, Infestation). Attached actors include David Krumholtz (“Numb3rs,” This is the End, Ray), Michael Cassidy (Argo, “Men at Work,” “The Oc”), Ray Wise (“Twin Peaks,” “Reaper,” “Mad Men”).
It’s a female-driven action-horror rom-com set in the world of a zombie apocalypse on Christmas.
The crowdfunding campaign is gaining popularity for its unusual approach: rather than the »
- Tamika Jones
4 items from 2014
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