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Watch the Short Werewolf Film End Of The Road

A werewolf interrupts dinner for an eclectic cast of characters at a Montana diner in J. Spencer’s new short film, End of the Road. Featuring a massive lycanthrope that goes for the jugular, End of the Road is an unsettling take on the full moon transformation, and we have it for Daily Dead readers to enjoy.

“This character-focused flick—a project born from grassroots effort and an intense love of the genre—follows a small-town waitress (Tatum Langton of Grey’s Anatomy and others) whose kindness toward a mysterious drifter (American Genius and Revelation Trail‘s Daniel Van Thomas) unleashes a vicious and calculative werewolf upon the colorful population of a backwoods diner.”

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The Dooms Chapel Horror – Intense Trailer and Stills

The Dooms Chapel Horror is a creature feature with heart. This tale of terror recently had its World Premiere, in Paducah Kentucky. Here, the film played at the River’s Edge Film Festival, to a packed house. This indie horror feature tells a tale of revenge. And, the film centrally stars: Bill Oberst Jr. (Deadly Revisions), Shaun Gerardo (X-Men: First Class), Wendy Keeling (Revelation Trail) and Joshua Mark Robinson (Burning Kentucky). The filmmakers, director John William … Continue reading →

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Indie Spotlight

We’re back with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a trailer and release details for Sledge, Cam2Cam, and Night Guards, a review of Hungerford, plus more below:

Sledge Trailer and Release Date Announced: “He didn’t drown. He didn’t burn. He’s just a psychopath with a sledgehammer.

Sledge, a ‘bloody’ good horror-comedy in the tradition of Tucker and Dale vs. Evil and Shaun of the Dead, premieres on VOD September 2nd and DVD on October 7th.

A spoof of the horror genre, and littered with nods and references to fright flicks of yesteryear, the film fixes on a psychopath who not only believes he’s in a movie and video game but that he’s the hero of this story.

Sledge is a horror comedy that takes a loving poke to the horror classics we
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Indie Spotlight

After a brief hiatus due to our live coverage of Comic-Con, we’re back with a double-sized edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting the recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a new trailer for Come Back to Me and I Spill Your Guts 2, release details on Schism, Silent Retreat, and the Class of Nuke ‘Em High soundtrack, and much more:

Come Back to Me Trailer: “Sarah (Walder) and Josh McLaren (Passmore) are a young married couple living in suburban Las Vegas. Shortly after a car accident, Sarah begins to suffer a series of disturbing memory lapses and frequent blackouts that seem to be increasing in intensity. Unsure of what is happening, and feeling as though she is losing her mind, Sarah comes to learn she is pregnant. To add to her shock, she subsequently discovers that her husband is sterile. As her marriage and world begin to fall apart,
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Revelation Trail Leads to a New Image Gallery

A couple of days back we told you about the latest undead in the West flick, Revelation Trail, and today we have an image gallery and the trailer to help you gallop off into the weekend. Giddyup, pardner!

Look for Revelation Trail in stores and online from Entertainment One on August 26th. You'll find a full list of the disc's special features below.

Synopsis

In the late nineteenth century, a holy man known only as The Preacher (Daniel Van Thomas) confronts unspeakable evil as a gruesome power consumes the frontier. Standing between ruin and salvation, he joins forces with the town Marshal (Daniel Britt), a man with his own set of demons, in a savage fight against the undead.

Special Features

Commentary with Daniel Van Thomas, Daniel Britt, and Director John Gibson Life on the Trail: The Story of the Film Four Behind-the-Scenes and On Location Featurettes "My Beloved" Revelation Trail
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Travel Revelation Trail This August

Any time the living dead are involved, one thing is certain: Things are gonna get outta hand. The Wild West is about to get even wilder and more violent as the dead rise and take the Revelation Trail this August. Read on for details.

Look for Revelation Trail in stores and online from Entertainment One on August 26th. You'll find a full list of the disc's special features below.

Synopsis

In the late nineteenth century, a holy man known only as The Preacher (Daniel Van Thomas) confronts unspeakable evil as a gruesome power consumes the frontier. Standing between ruin and salvation, he joins forces with the town Marshal (Daniel Britt), a man with his own set of demons, in a savage fight against the undead.

Special Features

Commentary with Daniel Van Thomas, Daniel Britt, and Director John Gibson Life on the Trail: The Story of the Film Four Behind-the-Scenes and
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[Media] - "The Dooms Chapel Horror" First pictures for the found footage

"The Dooms Chapel Horror" has partially completed production and A Good Size Productions has released a few promotional details for the film. "The Dooms Chapel Horror" has completed much of the film's production. This found footage style feature was shot in both Kentucky and Tennessee, through A Good Size Productions. The film notably stars Bill Oberst Jr., Shaun Gerardo ("X-men: First Class"), Wendy Keeling ("Revelation Trail") and Joshua Mark Robinson ("Clock Out"). With shooting continuing, the creative team behind the picture has released several exclusive stills from the film and a concept poster. The story from "The Dooms Chapel Horror" is partially captured in these photos. The film follows Kyle (Austin Manning) as he returns to his hometown of Kaler Mills. This rural...
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Blood Will Flow in The Dooms Chapel Horror: First Stills

The cast and crew of The Dooms Chapel Horror have partially completed shooting on this feature. The Dooms Chapel Horror is a film from A Good Size Productions and director John Holt (Revelation Trail). This title stars Bill Oberst Jr., Shaun Gerardo (X-Men: First Class), and Joshua Mark Robinson (Clock Out). The shoot took place in Kentucky and Tennessee. And now, the first photos from the shoot have been released. The Dooms Chapel Horror follows the character Kyle Cole (Austin Manning). Kyle returns to his hometown after leaving Kaler Mills at an early age. He is back for revenge! And, Kyle will track down those responsible for an earlier tragic event. The stills hosted below and above show actors Bill Oberst Jr. and Joshua Mark Robinson. Some of the bloody events are capture in these photos, with a trailer soon to come. Release Date: Q1 2014. Director: John Holt. Writer: Jason Turner.
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Watch: Official Trailer For Zombie Western Revelation Trail!

Western, zombies, horror – just name it, this movie has it all! In case you’re not so familiar with Revelation Trail title, you have nothing to worry about – we’re here to share some pretty cool images, poster and an official trailer for the film which comes from John P. Gibson and has an awesome cast on board. Check it all out in the rest of this report & let us know what you think! First of all let us inform you that John P. Gibson directed the movie from a script he co-wrote with Blake Armstrong. The movie is set in late nineteenth-century America,...

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Exclusive Casting Announcement: Jordan Elizabeth Goettling joins 'Sunday Night Slaughters'

By Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Sunday Night Slaughters, the wickedly wonderful webseries that’s the brainchild of up-and-coming horror and mainstream filmmaker, Edward Payson, is proud to announce the latest addition to its cast: talented actress Jordan Elizabeth who was most recently seen in a leading role in the Lionsgate found-footage horror feature Knock Knock 2. The rest of the Sns production team – Nino Buzz (A Guy Walks into a Bar), MoreHorror’s own Seth Metoyer (Executive Producer at Dismal Productions) and the MOnsterworks66 duo Maria Olsen (Paranormal Activity 3, Vile) and Angel Corbin (DisOrientation) – are also thrilled to welcome Goettling to the cast.

Jordan Elizabeth Goettling has been acting her entire life, and it’s her unapologetic boldness that sets her apart as a leading indie actress. Sunday Night Slaughters is also not the first time she’s teamed up with Payson as she recently wrapped his vigilante cop epic,
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