A bullied teen cozies up the Devil in order to enact vengeance on the mean girls at her high school…
Devil’s Domain sounds like a promising, if well worn, premise; a supernatural, revenge fantasy about the dangers of cyber-bullying and cruelty. Unfortunately, this film can’t decide if it wants to be Carrie, Mean Girls, or Saw. It’s as if somewhere along the shoot writer/director Jared Cohn kept coming up with new ideas and tried to switch the films tone every couple of scenes.
The film begins with bulimic, cutter, lesbian, teen Lisa Pomson (Madi Vodane) being harassed by literally every human being who shares her air. You know the old trope about how the villain has to kick a dog to prove how evil he is? Imagine Lisa is the dog
A Look at Fright Rags' The Warriors Shirt: Priced at $18.00, The Warriors shirt will be available for a 24-hour period beginning at 12:01 am Edt on Saturday morning and ending at midnight on Saturday night.
It will never be reprinted by Fright Rags, so if you're interested in purchasing this latest Midnight Madness shirt, then keep an eye on Fright Rags' official website this weekend.
A Director's Cut: Monsters in the Woods Trailer: From director J. Horton: "In 2012 my creature feature, Monsters in the Woods was released. Due to several outside restrictions, it wasn't the movie I had envisioned,
The main change is to the name of the banner itself. Gone is the "Famous Monsters of Filmland" moniker, and in its place we have the far less snazzy name of the "Still Night Monster Movie Series."
Either way, a trailer and some new artwork are here for their first release, Dracula Reborn, which is being billed as a modern retelling of Bram Stoker’s classic novel.
Dani Lennon, Rene Arreola, Linda Bella, Corey Landis, and Stuart Rigby star. Patrick McManus directs.
Set in modern day Los Angeles, the story revolves around Jonathan Harker, a man who had it all... a good job, a beautiful wife,
Monsters in the Woods (review here) stars Glenn Plummer, Blaine Cade, Linda Bella, Edward Hendershott, and Lee Perkins.
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Low budget filmmaker Jayson (Glenn Plummer) has made the movie of his dreams... but to his dismay, it can't sell in Hollywood. The distributors tell him, "You have nothing exploitative in your movie. Add some sex scenes, more violence, and maybe we'll buy your film." The distraught filmmaker approaches his neophyte, semi-psychotic producer Bravo (Blaine Cade) and tells him,
Monsters in the Woods stars Glenn Plummer, Blaine Cade, Linda Bella, Edward Hendershott, and Lee Perkins. Look for it on DVD February 21st, 2012, but first you can check it out on VOD (see writer/director Horton's blog for the full list of carriers along with an "unauthorized" commentary for the film he recorded with executive producer Al Gomez that won't be included on the DVD).
Low budget filmmaker Jayson (Glenn Plummer) has made the movie of his dreams... but to his dismay, it can't sell in Hollywood. The distributors tell him, "You have nothing exploitative in your movie. Add some sex scenes,
Low budget movie maker Jason Horton's 5th movie "Monsters in the Woods" was recently picked up for distribution by Osiris Entertainment. The DVD release date is set for February 21st 2012 and will be on comcast VOD in January.
The film stars Glenn Plummer, Lee Perkins and Linda Bella and follows a micro-budget movie crew has they trek into the wilderness to shoot a low-budget horror flick. They soon find themselves in the midst of their own horror show as they are besieged by monsters in the woods.
Check out the trailer below as well as the movie's synopsis.
Low budget filmmaker, Jayson (Glenn Plummer) has made the movie of his dreams… but to his dismay, it can’t sell in Hollywood. The distributors tell him “… you have nothing exploitative in your movie. Add some sex scenes, more violence, and maybe we’ll buy your film.
Monsters in the Woods stars Glenn Plummer, Blaine Cade, Linda Bella, Edward Hendershott, and Lee Perkins. Look for it on DVD February 21st, 2012, but first, if you have Comcast Cable, you'll be able to check it out on VOD in January.
Low budget filmmaker Jayson (Glenn Plummer) has made the movie of his dreams... but to his dismay, it can't sell in Hollywood. The distributors tell him, "You have nothing exploitative in your movie. Add some sex scenes, more violence, and maybe we'll buy your film." The distraught filmmaker approaches his neophyte, semi-psychotic producer Bravo (Blaine Cade) and tells him, "Put together a cast and crew... we're going to re-shoot and give them what they want!
**here be some spoilers.
Director/writer: Jason Horton.
Cast: Lee Perkins, Linda Bella, Curt Mega and Paul Misko.
This film should really have been called Angels and Hellhounds. With that aside, Jason Horton's fifth film as director takes place in Big Bear National Park where a film crew is shooting a low budget horror movie. Their film then turns into a real horror film when an earthquake releases hounds from hell onto the set. Now, the crew is chased down by a host of creatures that look more like walking crabs than anything else. Meanwhile, dir. Horton satirizes his real life as a low budget filmmaker through the character Jayson (Glen Plummer).
At the black heart of this film is the producer Bravo (Blaine Cade). It seems that hell has released him temporarily from below. He will be brought
Monsters in the Woods stars Glenn Plummer, Linda Bella, Edward Hendershott, and Lee Perkins.
A low-budget film crew treks deep into the wilderness to shoot horror sequences for their unsellable indie-drama. They soon find themselves in the midst of their own horror show as they are hunted down by real monsters.
For more info visit the official Monsters in the Woods website, become a fan of Monsters in the Woods on Facebook, and dig on writer/director Jason Horton's blog!
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Following the exploits of a serial killer named Purge, Filth to Ashes features a trio of uber-uber-hotties: Allison Ochmanek, Linda Bella and Meredith Laine. My lord! Feel free to follow me on Twitter, ladies... @doctorgash. I'm not just another pretty face!).
Sorry, let me focus here … Filth to Ashes opened in 11 theaters and had the 5th highest per screen average of the week. That's including everyone, folks; the big boys, too. The film brought in $86,000 (good for #38 overall) and not bad considering the entire production only cost $18,000. Playing with the house money now, gang. Congrats, guys!
The film also stars Anton Troy from Chillerama and Crissy Moran. You can check out the trailer below or on the Filth to Ashes,
In Filth to Ashes, Flesh to Dust, Eric and Shelly take a back road while driving home from a road trip to avoid a traffic jam. They encounter the serial killer Purge. Eric survives but Shelly is murdered. A year later, A group of adventure-seeking high school grads venture to Purge's lair. Amongst them is Eric's brother Juan. Eric sets out to save his brother and get revenge on Purge.
The film is a bloody satire on independent filmmaking and the challenges that directors go through to simply make a film. Even lower budget productions encounter fierce competition and pressure from studios to follow certain formulas. These elements are in Horton's tongue-in-cheek Monsters in the Woods.
The film, which prides itself on being based on the good old fashioned slasher films of the Seventies and Eighties only with a modern twist, tells the tale of lunatic who refers to himself simply as "Purge" and has tasked himself with the Herculean effort of ridding society of its weak.
Given that everyone has their own weaknesses, this broadens the spectrum for our new madman to pick and choose his prey. Speaking of which, the flick stars Crissy Moran, Linda Bella, Allison Ochmanek, Stephen Zimpel, Christina Iannuzzi, Dana Chapman, and many more potential victims.
Check out the early one-sheet and trailer below. For a bit more visit the official Filth to Ashes, Flesh to Dust website here.
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