Thursday, May 31, 2012

Kill Me Again

Unlike other horror movies, "Kill Me Again" provides its audience with a dramatically intelligent, and emotionally charged storyline, set within the hugely popular zombie genre.
Fans of AMC’s Emmy award winning “The Walking Dead” will without a doubt consider "Kill Me Again" a welcome addition to the zombie genre family.
George A. Romero's "Night of the Living Dead" was only the beginning. "Kill Me Again" promises to continue onward, thus keeping the zombie legacy alive, as it were.
So, we ask…
“When the time comes… could you?”

The film's tagline poses but one poignant question..."When the time comes... could you?"

While an unsuspecting group celebrates one of the happiest days of their lives, they find themselves suddenly facing their worst nightmare. The festivities disrupted - the group must fight for their own survival, but with the zombie apocalypse beginning… will they make it?

Written and directed by Steven Rodriguez watch in horror as they try to escape this hell.


Director/Writer: Steven Rodriguez
Executive Producer/Director of Photography : Skip Erickson
1st Assistant Camera Op: Kyle Adcock
2nd Assistant Camera Op: Eric Protiva
Producer: April Washko
Production Manager: Faye Lietz
1st Assistant Director: Nicole M. Sullivan
2nd Assistant Director: Joanna LaRose
Wardrobe Supervisor: Joni Brandt
SFX Makeup & Hair Supervisor: Natasha Long
Script Supervisor: Amy Gibson
Data Manager: Taylor Sharpe
Prop Master: Steve Brown
Production Assistant: Kenny Lesser
Production Assistant: David Evola
Production Assistant: Samantha Smith

Marilyn: April Washko
Abigail: Ashley Gray

Interested in becoming part of this great cast and crew? There are still some roles available, but they are being filled fast. Visit  for audition information!

Production on the film will be starting soon, and the cast and crew want you to follow along on this film making journey. They will be posting updates, pics, interviews, videos, and maybe even some contests on Twitter, and Facebook. So please take a moment to follow them on Twitter (#KillMeAgain), and "Like" their Facebook Page!

You can also subscribe to their YouTube Channel , where you can see videos like this special Memorial Day Greeting: 

For more information, please visit

Trailer Thursday... getting you ready for the weekend

Here are some trailers to get you ready for this weekend’s horror movie releases: Snow White and the Huntsman, and Piranha 3DD

Wednesday, May 30, 2012


When four friends travel to a lakeside cabin for a carefree weekend, the fun turns into a nightmare when three of them end up locked in a hot sauna. Every minute counts and every degree matters as they fight for their lives in heat that is quickly approaching 247 degrees fahrenheit. 

Directed by: Levan Bakhia, and Beqa Jguburia

Screenplay by: Lloyd S. Wagner

Produced by: Levan  Bakhia, David Patarkalishvili, Levan Kobakhidze, Irakli Chikvaidze, and Nika Apriashvili

For more information about this film, please visit: 

You can also find it on Facebook

Tuesday, May 29, 2012


STRANGERS is a short film about two brothers set in southwest Arkansas. After the older brother Kevin gets out of jail for man slaughter the brothers deal with resentment and pain in the face of violence in their past and from when something foreign enters their lives in the present.

Here are some behind the scenes images:

Making the conceptional teaser was only part of the process needed to get this film going. They also need you to support this campaign so please click the pic, and support this campaign today!

There are many great perks for making a pledge such as:

-A DVD of the film
-Be thanked in the credits of the final film
-An Associate Producer credit on the completed project
-An Executive Producer credit on the completed project 

For more information about "Strangers," please visit: 

Also, you can “Like” the Facebook Page! 

Today's DVD Releases!

Here are some of the horror DVD releases for May 29:

Monday, May 28, 2012

Hand of Glory writer/director unveils Slay Utterly

Chicago, Ill. - Nearly 100 years to the day eight unsolved ax murders were perpetrated in Villisca, Iowa, director Stuart Wahlin has announced his next feature film, Slay Utterly, which is inspired by the gruesome events in the nation’s heartland. The film is presently slated for a 2013 release.

“Although I’m adapting this piece of history into a modern context, with an FBI agent on the case, the film will be set mostly in rural locales, to retain some of the rustic ambiance that could otherwise be lost in more-contemporary settings,” he explained. “Sometimes a location can almost become another character in the story. I think that’s true here.”

Wahlin said the inspiration came after a recent overnight stay in the Villisca Ax Murder House, where two adults and six children were bludgeoned to death in their beds June 10, 1912.

“It’s a tough thing to walk away from without feeling something very profound,” he reported. “I was drawn there because it’s supposed to be one the most-haunted places in the country, and there’s definitely something there. But this isn’t a film about the paranormal. This is a brutal crime thriller, somewhat in the Thomas Harris [The Silence of the Lambs, Red Dragon] style.”

Although the Villisca murders remain officially unsolved, despite several colorful suspects also to be portrayed in the film, Wahlin pointed to eerie similarities between these and other ax murders throughout the Midwest during 1911 and 1912.

“Looking back, with what we know now about things like behavioral profiling, these Midwestern murders were all likely the work of one ritualistic serial killer,” he asserted. “That is the basis for my film.”

Wahlin’s Hand of Glory premiered in Chicago earlier this year, but the director stated he’s considering pulling the plug on its current festival run.

“It’s nice to receive nominations and all that, but you’re dealing with a very limited audience when you commit yourself to the festival circuit,” Wahlin explained. “I’m looking at releasing it episodically on the web around Christmas, mostly as a means to drum up a little buzz for Slay Utterly, which will require a significant budget. We’ll just get better exposure that way. Hand of Glory was written and shot as a film-style web series, with cliffhangers at the end of each installment, so I think it just works better as such.”

Although Wahlin has several Chicago-area actors in mind for key roles, he indicated it’s too premature to make any casting announcements. 

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Sunday, May 27, 2012

Sunday Scares!

Here are 5 short films for your viewing pleasure. After watching them, let everyone know what you thought of the films in the comment section below! (*view at your own discretion*)

Secret Horror Project Shooting in Thailand

Benetone Films and Hillin Entertainment tap whiz kid Writer/Director James Cullen Bressak to write and direct  a fully financed Horror film to be shot in Thailand in January of 2013. The project will be produced by Rachvin Narula, Kulthep Narula and Daemon Hillin. Both Benetone and Hillin are coming off of A Stranger In Paradise which also shot in Thailand and starred Colin Egglesfield, (Oscar Nominated) Catalina Sandino Moreno, Byron Mann and Stuart Townsend. The new horror project is closely under raps but will provide horror fans a frightful good time.

To learn more about writer, director, producer James Cullen Bressak, please check out the following sites: 


What Would You Like To Promote?

Got a new book coming out this week? Finishing some new artwork, or a photo shoot? Recording a new podcast, or posting some new reviews? Having a big sale, or making an appearance? Here is your chance to Promote Horror! Leave a comment and/or link here with whatever it is you would like to promote!

Saturday, May 26, 2012

The Pact

After their mother passes away, sisters Nicole and Annie reluctantly return to their childhood home to pay their last respects.  While staying overnight in the house, the sisters sense a mysterious presence in their midst: noises startling them in the night, objects moving about, a fallen picture of an unknown woman posed next to their mother. Annie begins experiencing a series of intense and disturbing dreams – visions that lead her to uncover something terrible about her mother’s past that is finally revealing itself.

Available Nationwide on IFC Midnight Cable VOD and Digital Outlets (SundanceNOW, iTunes, Amazon Streaming, XBOX Zune, Playstation Unlimited) on May 25th. In theaters July 6, 2012.

Caity Lotz
Haley Hudson
Kathleen Rose Perkins
Sam Ball
Mark Steger
Dakota Bright
Agnes Bruckner
Casper Van Dien

Nicholas McCarthy

Ross M. Dinerstein

Jamie Carmichael

Friday, May 25, 2012

Young and Evil

Post-apocalyptic, teenage pirates with Lovecraftian monsters.

Tommy Fenn is one of the oldest people left alive on Orcas Island. He’s fifteen. The Orphan Fog plague has wiped out all the adults and young children and now the Pacific Northwest is a wasteland of teens and tweens struggling to survive amongst the rotting bodies of their parents and the wreckage of their world.

Scavenging can only take them so far. Tommy doesn’t know when the National Guard will come back, or even if the government still exists. So he and his gang learn to sail, to trade with other survivors around the islands, to see what’s out there. And what’s out there is pirates; murdering, raping teenagers who take what they want and shoot anyone who gets in their way. To protect the island, Tommy proposes joining forces with the Rosario colony. Their leader, Brad Dexter, refuses. He considers Tommy a criminal, as bad as any pirate. Then the pirates invade Tommy’s cove and kidnap Jennifer Nakasura.

And far away, at the top of the Space Needle, the Emperor, a mysterious young man with a special destiny, gathers his army under the red octopus flag. He is searching for a strange mutant child. A child with tentacles.

Though this is a novel about teenagers, it is not a young adult novel. There’s a lot of profanity, drugs and drinking and plenty of sex and violence, too.

This book is getting some great reviews! Here are just a few of them:

“Teenage post apocalyptic pirates and Lovecraftian monsters!!! This book did not disappoint. Young and Evil is one of the best books I've read in years and its a nice peak at a fantastic new post apocalyptic fantasy world, one i hope I can return to soon.

Great characters, tons of violence, and great humor, this book really isnt for younger readers. It can be pretty graphic with the sex scenes and the gore, but I love that. Please, anyone who hasn't read this, please do and help Mr. Orser get his name known!!!! This book was awesome and now I just want a sequel!”

“Young and Evil is the appropriately titled tale of a post apocalyptic scenario in which a mysterious disease wipes out the population over 16 years of age leaving children to fill the roles of adults. Be warned: this ain't Bugsy Malone and it certainly isn't a young adult novel. It's a bit disturbing and shamelessly vulgar but a hell of a lot of fun. As in A Clockwork Orange you'll find children behaving very badly and the author continually reminds you of this fact. Deal. It's a fantasy. A thoroughly enjoyable fantasy with many surprises and a nice twist that will put you in mind of a certain reclusive New England writer.”

“'Young and Evil' is not for the squeamish person. There is a lot of graphic violence in it, reminding me of All Quiet on the Western Front Publisher: Ballantine Books, another great book. This story, as the author admits, is not written for teenagers, although it is the kind of book many teenage boys would no doubt enjoy.” 

Not for the squeamish... sounds good to me! Hopefully it sounds good to you too! Get your copy now at:


Want to learn a little more about ‘Young and Evil,’ and author Erich Orser? Check out this interview:  

And don't forget to "Like" them on Facebook!

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Scream Horror Magazine Issue 11

On sale Today!



SEAN PERTWEE: Exclusive Interview…

TI WEST: Talks The Innkeepers!

COCKNEYS VS ZOMBIES: On-Location Report…

DEMONS REVISITED: Geretta Geretta Tells All!

PLUS: Vampire Cinema, On-Location At The Seasoning House, DVDs/Blu-rays, Books, Comics, Festivals, Games, Photography, Readers Competitions, News, Reviews & More! 

Subscribe now at:  

You can also find them on Twitter, and Facebook

Here is a look at some previous covers:

Trailer Thursday... getting you ready for the weekend

Here are some trailers to get you ready for this weekend’s horror movie release: Chernobyl Diaries

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

We Are What We Eat

Great news, the film has been officially confirmed for the 2012 Zombie Voodoo festival, playing in 4 cities across the US this summer!

Take a minute and check out the trailer:

And don’t forget to “Like” the movie on Facebook, and check out all of the great production shoots! 

Tuesday, May 22, 2012


Actor/musician Ted Parker brings you Freakshow, a combination of dark horror/dark comedy in eleven morbid tales you won't soon forget. You will see people drained of their blood and their souls as each are sucked out by frightening, supernatural means. You will revisit the Vietnam War. You will appease the bloodlust of space aliens or they will destroy Earth! If you are disturbed by (words describing) the sight of blood and gore, then try not to vomit as you read Freakshow! You will: SEE! the burning boy! SEE! the demonically possessed toilet bowl! LEARN! how to make human pizza! WITNESS! the most bizarre suicide ever reported! SCREAM!...just scream, already Get Freakshow now...or the normals win!

Be apart of the show by getting your copy today at:


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Starring Martin Compston (The Disappearance of Alice Creed), Paul Anderson (The Firm) and Neil Maskell (Kill List)

Joe (Martin Compston) is a mild mannered young man bored by his humdrum London life. When his beloved brother (Neil Maskell) is murdered, Joe finds solace in Piggy, one of his brother's old friends. Piggy helps Joe to cope with grief, intent on saving him and helping him get justice for his brother's killing.

As their friendship grows Joe finds himself in an increasing dangerous and murky world of violence and revenge. As Joe’s life collapses around him he starts to question who Piggy really is, and how honest he's really been with him. When Joe confronts Piggy a series of events are put in place that lead to a disastrous climax.

With an electrifying performance from Paul Anderson in the title role, PIGGY signals the arrival of director Kieron Hawkes as a major new force in gritty British cinema.

Release on DVD: 21st May 2012

Certificate 18 / 100 Minutes

Check out some clips from the movie:

Today's DVD Releases!

Here are some of the horror DVD releases for May 22:

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