Thursday, July 31, 2014

Body Jumpers Season 2 Episode 1: "Awakening"

Season 2 of Body Jumpers returns with this explosive episode. We are introduced to Persephone a human who has found out about the aliens living on Earth. Lord Primus returns and Shia'ra is back in the game & Agent Darius has a long day!

Starring: Patricia Lisanne, Linda Delmonico Prussen, Gretchin Natalie Noel, Harold B. Gibson , Mark D. Law, Joanna Sienkiewiz, and Bowlegged Lou

Created and directed by: Alex Fernandez

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RUN LIKE HELL gets distribution and new artwork!


LOS ANGELES, CA (July 17, 2013), Run Like Hell, the first film from director James Thomas, has been picked up for domestic distribution. Gravitas Ventures has secured the VOD rights, while Millennium Entertainment will be partnering to release the film on DVD.

The film centers on four friends in the middle of a cross-country road trip who get sidetracked in the desert town of Spaulding. When their car gets stolen, prompting them to be taken in by local residents, what starts as a chance to rest and regroup turns into a fight for their lives. And they'll take any opportunity they can to RUN LIKE HELL.

"RUN LIKE HELL is an action packed horror film that will make you question taking that next road trip. The film shows the gritty side of humanity and has an eerie realism to it that makes you wonder if this type of thing actually happens" – James Thomas, Director

“Sure, it's your fun catch 'em and kill 'em horror film, but it's firmly planted in a realistic world. We tried to keep it there, which makes it even more terrifying. I know I won't be taking a road trip any time soon.” – Canyon Prince, Producer

Two Guys and a Film (@2guysandafilm) is an independent film company started by Canyon Prince and James Thomas, focused on getting independent films made and distributed. In 2012, the company produced their first two features, 'Hard Sun' and 'Run Like Hell”.

Trauma Dolls

Trauma Dolls Is an horrifico, glamour slasher that takes place in the worlds of fashion and neuroscience in Paris.

Glamour, fantasy, sex and violence: Trauma Dolls intends to fire your imagination by giving you thrilling emotions via an artistic atmosphere.

Starring: International Supermodel Patricia Schmid as Bijou

Written by: Emilie Flory

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Terry M. West unleashes his demons with Heroin in the Magic Now

Terry M. West has spent the least year producing some highly-acclaimed horror fiction. His work is being appreciated by many new readers, but not all of Terry’s work has beenso highly regarded.

“My soft-core film work just about destroyed my reputation and my life,” Terry confided, openly.

Though his horror fiction work was on the rise in the late nineties, Terry took an opportunity in 2000 and wrote/directed a string of erotic parodies and horror erotica of the After Dark kind.  

“I didn’t have an issue with what I was doing at the time,” West says. “It was work. I was paid to create and I figured it would help me land other gigs. The content didn’t detour me. I thought I could shine through it, you know. A lot of people who work on adult industry material figure they are bigger than it, and that they can somehow elevate the genre. I thought I was doing that, but it was crap; plain and simple.”

His association with soft-core did lead to his writing/directing chores on Media Blaster’s FLESH FOR THE BEAST, a horror flick with heavy erotic tones. The film has received extremely mixed reviews.

“After I directed Flesh for the Beast, I hit a wall; really hard,” West explained. “My personal life fell apart and I had a falling out with damn near everyone, friends and family alike. It didn’t help that I was going through a mid-life crisis at the time.”

West found himself experimenting with drugs to make the pain go away. “There was a lot going on. I was being crucified unmercifully for the type of work I was doing. I was going through a divorce that this lifestyle of mine had caused. I went into this dark playground as a fairly nice guy, but there is something about it that twists you, after a time. Bad habits are not only acceptable, but expected and encouraged. I grew an addiction quickly and quite honestly prepared myself to die.”

But West managed to persevere and pull himself out of the tailspin. He sobered up andremarried and he even has a child now. West took the better part of a decade to focus on his family life, and he didn’t miss the creative world at all. But horror was in his blood, and in early 2013, he rededicated himself to being the best horror author he could be. He produced two collections, WHAT PRICE GORY? and A PSYCHO’S MEDLEY, as well as the horror/comedy novella, CECIL & BUBBA MEET THE THANG. His short fiction has been accepted into numerous anthologies and he has been praised by readers and fellow horror authors alike.

His film work seldom gets mention these days, but the darkness of that period still lingers in him. “I decided to write HEROIN IN THE MAGIC NOW to get it out of my system, you know? I had written a short story, HARDCORE CRUST, for an anthology called AXES OF EVIL. The story centers around Gary Hack, a desperate junkie film director who lives in a New York City filled with monsters. The universe Gary lives in has witnessed every creature of the night come from the shadows and stand next to man. So, of course, a market for monster fetish pornography blossoms and Gary jumps on it. But it turns out to be a very dark and dangerous occupation.”

After writing the story, Terry felt that some of the demons were exercised from him. “I had toyed with the idea of writing about my experiences in filmmaking, and the story of Gary Hack gave me a safe environment to let it all hang out. Gary Hack is a dark caricature of me. He is what I was on my way to becoming. All of the doubt, self-loathing and pain Gary feels comes from me. He expresses what I went through and felt at the time. There is one line in the story, ‘Gary didn’t want to be a joke or a cautionary tale.’ And that is how I feel. The soft-core work I did is old, now, and I want it to be a verysmall footnote in my career.”

HEROIN IN THE MAGIC NOW will be available for both Kindle and Paperback versions on August 31, 2014!

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

"The Walking Dead BBQ" and "DEADicated: the film"

The Walking Dead super fan Amanda Rosenblatt was 1 out of 200 lucky fans to experience the BBQ party thrown at Comic-Con this past weekend! She shot an amazing video of this experience, and shared it with us. Now we want to share it with all of you Walking Dead fans. It seemed like an awesome event, and left me extremely jealous!!!!

She also shared her short film called, “DEADicated: the film,” which covers the Walking Dead from a fan perspective. It also shows how much the cast loves its fans!


I was one of the lucky 200 fans out of over 100k to be given a Walking Dead BBQ wristband, a party thrown by AMC for the fans at San Diego on Friday. The first 20 people or so had camped out overnight, but I arrived and waited starting at around 6 a.m.

"DEADicated: the film" explores the fan community of The Walking Dead followers. Whether the TV show, the graphic novels, the video games, toys - any aspect of this fictional universe is what drives the TWD Family to do what it does. This short film features a fan POV on this fan community with TWD cast interviews, fan interviews, and non-fan opinions to round out this heart felt passion project. The film is dedicated to the memory of Stephanie Picher.

Again, a thank to Amanda for sharing this with us. Please give her a follow on Twitter, and visit her site at:

She Kills

When Sadie's husband is murdered by a vicious gang called "The Touchers", she finds she possesses a strange hidden power to aid her in her quest for revenge! A homage to grindhouse/exploitation pictures of the 1970's.

Starring: Jennie Russo, Trey Harrison, Michael Merchant, Jody Pucello, David Royal, and Martha Zemsta

Written and directed by: Ron Bonk

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"Caesar and Otto” create first fully interactive Campaign

"Caesar and Otto” create first fully interactive Campaign

From Fourth Horizon Cinema comes Writer/Director Dave Campfield’s newest installment in the outrageous “Caesar and Otto” series, “Caesar and Otto’s Paranormal Halloween”. To make this the biggest C & O feature yet, Campfield and company have launched a one of a kind campaign.  With perks like your own commentary, get eaten by the  beloved fan favorite Piggyzilla, the goal is set to raise  a portion of the funding through the fans. But the most unique aspect of Campfield’s campaign is bonus short film he calls fully interactive. Fans buy lines of dialog for actors like Sleepaway Camp’s Fellisa Rose, rocker Deron Miller, or scream queen Brinke Stevens. Once completed, the fan driven film will be featured on the DVD along with the feature film .

So with his always talented cast set, cameo appearances, new-comer Josephine Ianesse turning heads, and fans behind Campfield, this unique campaign will be the next step to a new filmmaking experience. With pre-production started, and the story ready, filming is scheduled to begin in November, with a release date slated for 2015.

The Spirit Collectors

There a boy was—in the midst of aged stone and sacred soil—shuffling his feet between rows of eternal rest beds. Clouds of silk veiled the moon and a small breeze chilled his frail body. No matter how many times his mother told him to wear his cloak at night, he always rushed off without it—one too many details for a determined child to concern himself with. His trousers and shirt revealed the wisdom of his age. He could not have cared less about the hair on his arms dancing to the beat of the evening’s briskness. Too preoccupied to even buckle a loose shoe, he walked on.

The range of hills on which Tempertime Cemetery rested was vast—stretching far and wide, dipping down and up. Patches of grass alleviated the expanse of dusty, chalk- like surface. Identical tombstones engraved with the antique styrenei language marked every grave, forming rows and rows of captured death that lined the terrain symmetrically and equidistantly, forming eerie patterns. Punctuating these patterns, intermittent placements of larger and much more intricate stones and sculptures protruded from the cemetery’s repetitive arrangement.

The sculptures were masterfully constructed and darkly beautiful. Most of these monuments were carved in the form of styrenei that reached towards the stars— garments full with the look of blowing wind hanging from their long, slender bodies. Hands of magic, ready to be used, were held in their signals of ancient power. Featherless, webbed wings tucked against their backs waited for flight. Despite the fierce looks of calling upon their three-eyed faces, they were stuck, comatose in stone.

On other larger, more elaborate stones, the symbol of the styrenei—the concentricle—stood high with its six circle-rings of decreasing circumference, one within the other—a forgotten sign to travelers concerning the overlapping of worlds. They rose like beacons that cried out for attention, but only the boy’s deep, hazel eyes gave them any notice.

This was Amory Demshen’s first time at this magnificent place—a place forbidden to his entrance for at least another several years. He had snuck here, compelled by the uncontrollable curiosity and wonder that toiled the dreamscapes of his mind. It was forbidden that anyone lay a foot on Tempertime Cemetery grounds without first knowing the histories and languages of these monuments and passing a rigorous test. Immense danger and sanctity were intertwined here, and so laws were enforced to protect children from exposure to either. Lessons of such things came in stages, and Amory was not close to completing even one of the advanced segments. 

That was just part of chapter one from 

In the world of Awya, where cities are scattered across isles in a seemingly endless ocean called the Black Waters, an umyn boy by the name of Amory Demshen is unable to suppress the insatiable longing to explore Tempertime Cemetery—a place forbidden to those without proper training and knowledge. After a spryth guides the boy to a realm that links the isles of Awya together, he is thrust into the dreadful role of collecting Spirits by the beguiling Mr. Grey Pearl. To be successful at collecting spirits, Frin, the boy's collecting jar, leads him throughout the Apocryphalum to gather the necessary tools. Powerful beings, potent magic, fantastical creatures, and hidden agendas await Amory at every turn as he spirals deeper and deeper into the darkness of the spirit collectors.

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Film news (UK) Horror Channel to celebrate FrightFest

Sky 319 / Virgin 149 / Freesat 138

Film News (UK): Horror Channel to celebrate FrightFest

Horror Channel’s film highlights for August are to include a celebration of the annual FrightFest event, the UK’s leading horror and fantasy film festival. In the week that FrightFest celebrates its 15th year, Horror Channel presenter Emily Booth chooses her favourite movies from festivals past, which she’ll also introduce. Among them are Guillermo Eel Toro’s PAN’S LABYRINTH, Ti West’s HOUSE OF THE DEVIL, Eli Roth’s CABIN FEVER and THE VICTIM, in which cult actor Michael Biehn makes his directorial debut. This will be the film’s UK TV Premiere.

EMILY’S FESTIVAL FRIGHTS SEASON – 18th to 24th August, 22:50

Mon 18 August @ 22:50 – DREAD (2009)

Adapted by writer/director Anthony DiBlasi from the Barker novella in ‘Books of Blood Volume II’, this is the story of three Boston college students – Stephen (TWILIGHT star Jackson Rathbone), Cheryl (Hanne Steen) and Quaid (Shaun Evans) who join forces to helm a Kinsey-style documentary study on the subject of fear. But two of the unholy trio are unaware the third is haunted by past demons causing chilling sociopath behaviour and a driven need to explore people’s innermost terrors to extreme limits. The Meat Room awaits…

Tues 19 August @ 22:50 – THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL (2009)

From THE ROOST director Ti West comes a slow-brewing, old school psychological horror at its finest, freakiest and most fiendish. Student Samantha has just moved into her own apartment and needs some fast cash for the rent. Answering a campus advert for a babysitter, she ends up at the creepy old remote country home of the strange Ulman couple. But something is clearly wrong. There seems to be no child. A total lunar eclipse is about to further darken the night skies. And Samantha’s blood-freezing satanic panic begins…

Wed 20 August @ 22:50 – DEAD SNOW (2009)

When eight medical students go on a weekend ski trip to Øksfjord in Norway, the last thing on their minds is an army of frozen Nazi zombies. Get ready for a goose-stepping gore-fest, with gruesome beheadings, snowmobile dismemberment and an awesome body count. Director Tommy Wirkola’s (Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters) outrageous sub-zero shocker is a fast, furious and very funny valentine to the early works of Peter Jackson and Sam Raimi. The sequel will premiere at FrightFest 2014.

Thurs 21 August @ 22:50 – MIDNIGHT SON (2011)

Debut feature director Scott Leberecht fashions a vampire tale with a fresh independent spirit. When a strange skin disease forces security guard Jacob to avoid sunlight and crave blood, he struggles to control increasingly violent impulses to move from black market donor packs to sucking on living victims. Then the local police start targeting him as a suspect in a series of grisly murder. Leberecht makes telling points about basic humanity to fashion a minor masterpiece brimming with vibrant performances and creepy unpredictability.

Fri 22 August @ 22:50 – CABIN FEVER (2002)

Recoil in disgust, laugh out loud and be scared rigid by director Eli Roth's hardcore feature film debut – a break-out horror about a deadly flesh-eating virus which topped the DVD charts in 2003. This is a splatter-filled wet dream expertly crafted by a devoted Evil Dead gore-hound for the like-minded. The hilariously shocking bloodbath details the gut-wrenching devastation inflicted the gut-wrenching devastation inflicted by a flesh-eating virus on a group of holidaying graduates.

Sat 23 August @ 22:50 – THE VICTIM (2011) – *UK TV Premiere

Michael Biehn makes his directorial debut with this ode to sleazy 70s grindhouse exploitation. When her best friend Mary is brutally raped and killed in the woods by high-ranking crooked cops, stripper Annie finds her own life in jeopardy. Fleeing from the two attackers she seeks refuge from reclusive ex-convict Kyle. As Annie’s assailants encroach, a battle of wits ensues. A sharply focused psychological thriller, suspense is pushed to the farthest limits of heart-stopping endurance...

Sun 24 August @ 22:50 – PAN’S LABYRINTH (2006)

The film that secured Guillermo Del Toro’s reputation as one of the finest directors of his generation is essentially a companion piece to his equally as evocative The Devil’s Backbone. His grim spin on ‘Alice in Wonderland’ is a ravishingly presented pitch-black fable for adults. Superbly acted and heartbreakingly beautiful, del Toro’s mesmerizing phantasmagoria is an absolute masterpiece and has deserved the worldwide accolades and awards it has received.

Other UK TV premieres this month include: DEAR MY GACY, based on Jason Moss's memoir about prolific serial killer John Wayne Gacy, giallo-inspired thriller AMER and Mark Vadik’s reality-based CYRUS: MIND OF A SERIAL KILLER.

Sat 9 August @ 22:55 – DEAR MR. GACY (2010) - *UK TV premiere

The movie Dear Mr. Gacy, a true story based on the book The Last Victim, explores the experiences of 18-year-old college student Jason Moss (played by Jesse Moss) and his relationship with notorious serial killer John Wayne Gacy (played by William Forsythe). What follows is a twisted psychological game of cat and mouse between two master manipulators, in which Jason’s life is turned upside down and Gacy discovers new dimensions within himself. A true story from the producer of Monster.

Sat 16 August @ 22:50 – AMER (2009) - *UK TV Premiere

An artful masterpiece that gallio fans will absolutely not want to miss. Co-directors Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani  have created  an immaculately flawless valentine to the 70s thriller genre. Recreating the motifs, clichés and visual codes from the vintage Italian back catalogue, the Belgian-based duo unfold a virtually dialogue free tale of frightening obsession, sexual sensation and stunning black-gloved murder. Starring Cassandra Foret and Charlotte Eugene-Guibbaud.

Sat 30 August @ 22:55 – CYRUS: MIND OF A SERIAL KILLER - *UK TV Premiere

A television reporter gets the lead of a lifetime while investigating the case of a Midwestern serial killer in this brutal horror yarn inspired by actual events. Shortly after learning that more than 200 college students have gone missing in a rural area of the American Midwest, Maria Sanchez (Danielle Harris) receives a call from a man (Lance Henriksen) claiming to personally know the killer. As the stranger speaks of irrepressible bloodlust, the terrifying story of Cyrus (Brian Krause) slowly comes into focus.

TV: Sky 319 / Virgin 149 / Freesat 138

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Trailer Time: "Past Impulse"

“Past Impulse," which stars Jon Briddell, Katrina Nelson, Paul Duke, Alain Washnevsky and Kris Black, will have a very intense look into neo-Nazi’s and the horror of their ways. It was written, directed, and co-produced by Michael Matteo Rossi. 

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Kevin Smith's TUSK - Premiering at The 2014 Toronto Film Festival - Download the trailer now!



“I don’t want to die in Canada”

TUSK will have its world premiere at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival

Download the official trailer here:


A film written and directed by Kevin Smith
Starring Justin Long, Haley Joel Osment, and Genesis Rodriguez

From the singular mind of writer/director and podcaster Kevin Smith, and conceived from one of Smith’s own Smodcast’s, TUSK is a story unlike anything that has ever been committed to screen before. A tale that is equal parts hilarious and horrifying, TUSK will stay with you long after the credits roll. 

Read more about the film on Kevin Smith’s blog:
A24 will release TUSK in theaters September 19, 2014

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The Anna Cabrini Chronicles

The story of Anna Cabrini, a young woman who therapizes her own suicidal tendencies by chronicling the lives of fellow lost souls. Their stories are expressed in an innovative mix of over 5,000 hand drawn.

The film plunges the viewer into three chronicles of relentlessly extreme, yet clinically accurate, depictions of mental illness.

"Best Experimental Narrative Feature" - Silverlake Film Festival, 2007

Starring: Leigh Hope Phillips, Samantha Deane, Michael Childers, and Bryan Trujillo

"If Anna was created in Hitchcock's time, he would have been inspired." - Reviewer Magazine

“On a scale of grandiose proportions director Tawd b. Dorenfeld brilliantly weaves together live-action footage with original animation and effects. The film’s unique composition, texture and sound are enhanced by an original score composed by the internationally acclaimed Jazz/Noise musician and multi- instrumentalist, Trey Spruance” (Mr. Bungle, Secret Chiefs 3).

“Truly a force to be reckoned with. Great Acting, Great Direction, Great effects, Great score. Totally absorbed into the story.”

“The acting, animation and editing in this film are filled with passion and strength not seen in higher budget movies. Highly recommend!”

“Everyone should see this movie.”

Director Tawd b. Dorenfeld’s harrowing cult classic, THE ANNA CABRINI CHRONICLES, is finally available for rent, after 6 years of living in the underground.

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Corpsy and Cadaver together at last!

Corpsy has a Ghoul Friend!
Ivonna Cadaver climbs in the coffin with Girls and Corpses Magazine

"I had heard of Ivonna Cadaver for a long long time, over 120 years, and we finally dug each other up and well, I really dig her. So, I asked her to climb aboard my corpse and take a ride to the dark side," explains Girls and Corpses Deaditor-In-Chief Robert "Corpsy" Rhine, adding, "Ivonna has my same dark twisted humor so we thought why not team up in a deadly duo? She agreed and I'm glad she dead! Let the mayhem begin!"

Ivonna Cadaver is the "Next Generation of Horror". The raven-haired temptress hosts, teases, and tantalizes viewers each week on the nationally syndicated Macabre Theatre, which features independent horror flicks as well as the classics. LA Weekly magazine says, “It beats the living daylights out of just about anything else being broadcast.”  Ivonna Cadaver was featured on "CNN" with Jane Velez-Mitchell and was crowned the "New Queen of Horror." CNN proclaimed her to be the "new face of the undead!" 

GIRLS and CORPSES MAGAZINE is an outrageous horror/comedy/art & music magazine distributed on newsstands internationally by Ingram, Diamond, PDG Annas International and also translated into German. The glossy color magazine, with a circulation of 42,000 and rapidly growing, has been described as dark blend of Maxim meets "Dawn of The Dead" meets MAD. The magazine has been featured on: Entertainment Tonight, E-Entertainment, CBS, G4TV, Current TV, Inside Edition, TMZ; and also in: Entertainment Weekly, WIRED, Bizarre, Maxim, Stuff,  Penthouse, FHM. LA Weekly, Heavy Metal, Fangoria, Rue Morgue and many others. The Huffington Post voted Girls and Corpses,"The most ridiculous magazine of all time." MTV called Girls and Corpses the "Weirdest magazine in the world!"  Cover celebrities have included: George Romero, Sid Haig, Michael Berryman, Courtney Stodden, Danielle Harris, Lloyd Kaufman, Billy Moseley, Butch Patrick, Scout Taylor-Compton, Gilbert Gottfried, Zombie Boy, Harlan Williams, Sheri Moon Zombie, Farrah Abraham, Mary Carey, Tera Patrick, Kirby Bliss Blanton, Rikki Six and others. Check out the madness here:  and purchase copies here:

SCARELA: August 9th & 10th:
SON OF MONSTERPALOOZA: September 12-14th:
The MISS DEAD BIKINI PAGEANT: Saturday September 13th at Burbank Airport Marriott
COMIKAZE October 31st - November 2nd:

Today's DVD Releases!

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

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