After stumbling upon the graves of three murdered trick or treaters, a small town paperboy discovers a series of handwritten horror stories tacked to the children's headstones. Penned by a ... See full summary »
Jeremy Charles Singer,
Flesh of the Void is a terribly disturbing experimental horror film about what it could feel like if death truly were the most horrible thing one could ever experience. It is intended as a ... See full summary »
A student travels with her boyfriend to Chiloé, remote Patagonia island in southern Chile, to investigate the link that exists between the high number of sexual related crimes and the myths 'n' legends that surround this mysterious place.
After the last witch of the south became ashes, never to be remembered, the mother of darkness, Lilith, rises from the ground to harvest the fruits of deadly sin, and set an end to the ... See full summary »
A group of friends and zombie movie buffs have their life long dream come true. As their provisions run low, reality begins to set in and they realize that the zombie apocalypse isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Daniel Alan Kiely
It is a story of five young filmmakers who suddenly disappear while shooting in the woods near Drigh Lake Larakana in January 2014. A week later their camera was found containing details about what happened to them.
Carl Gibson finds himself naked from the waist up and chained to a chair in the dingy basement of a stoical, dungaree wearing loner, called Brutal. Subjected to a torturous game, Carl wonders if he will ever see his family again.
Michael Patrick Stevens
A. Michael Baldwin,
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Good writing is what gets you through a coffee break. Great writing is what gets you through everything else. Mike Lombardo's talented pen proves quite adept at achieving both. His latest work is proof positive that when talent meets passion . . it's a fire starter, because he is bringing some serious heat with this tale.
I'm Dreaming of a White Doomsday marries the traditional plate of merry with an unconventional serving of horrific splendor. Told from a seat at the table inside the end of times, Doomsday leads us on a journey where hope exists in earnest sips.
At the onset, we're introduced to a young family struggling to survive an apocalyptic event inside the din of a bomb shelter. Inside this world of black and white conclusions, the three attempt to color up their future in more hopeful palettes; buoyed by a yesterday whose promise seems a fleeting, wicked tease.
Inside the misery of horrible consequences, Lombardo sprinkles seeds of hope: A father's promise to his young son reads like a sonnet. A mother's vow to return from the wreckage feeds us with the warmth of stolen days. And then there's Santa, trudging through the wasteland in his gas mask, fending off the inevitable tides whilst lugging a sack of mysterious yuletide.
Doomsday reminds us why cinema will never go away. Because there is a magic to the gathering swell of strangers who lose themselves inside the whispers and hush of magical stories.
Stories like this.
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