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A Walk in the Dark Review

The found footage style documentary A Walk in the Dark hits a lot of great notes! The documentary begins with Austin talking about how he grew up in a small town with big talent, Franklin Tennessee. It’s a high energy intro that really sets the tone for why exactly he decided to shoot a pilot … Continue reading A Walk in the Dark Review

‘Amityville Thanksgiving’ – It’s a Real Movie, and It’s Releasing This November [Trailer] — Bloody Disgusting!

You’ve probably noticed that the “Amityville” franchise has been growing in some wacky ways in recent years, with that “Amityville” branding seemingly being slapped onto anything and everything. Long story short, these movies aren’t actually part of the Amityville Horror franchise, but rather they’re simply using the familiar name to grab your attention. And it […] … Continue reading ‘Amityville Thanksgiving’ – It’s a Real Movie, and It’s Releasing This November [Trailer] — Bloody Disgusting!

The Corridor (2010) — emmakwall (explains it all)

The Corridor (2010) low budget indie horror review with some spoilers Well it wasn’t that great (testimonies at the top of the DVD cover) but I have seen worse. Which isn’t the worst thing you can say about a film. And I probably enjoyed this more than Forrest Gump so…? Anyway, intentionally antagonising comments about […] … Continue reading The Corridor (2010) — emmakwall (explains it all)

Horror Movie: “The Others” — Texture of Parlance

It is obvious that Horror / Thriller films have an important share in the cinema industry. Many moviegoers are fans of this genre. Actually, I’ve always wondered why people watch horror movies. Background vector created by freepik – http://www.freepik.com Do we get a deep pleasure from being afraid? Could such films be an indirect way […] … Continue reading Horror Movie: “The Others” — Texture of Parlance

Official Trailer: FINAL CALLER — Horror Society

ON DIGITAL AND DVD JULY 5 The new film from the legendary director of Clownado and Bonehill Road From legendary indie director Todd Sheets (Bonehill Road, Zombie Bloodbath, Clownado), FINAL CALLER premieres on DVD and Digital July 5 from Wild Eye Releasing. Roland Bennett, an obnoxious late-night radio personality specializing in the supernatural is not […] … Continue reading Official Trailer: FINAL CALLER — Horror Society

SPLATTER MOVIE now on Blu-Ray — Happy Cloud Media, LLC

Premiering at CINEMA WASTELAND: Splatter Movie: The Director’s Cut is finally available on Blu-Ray. When people ask me what my favorite movie of ours, I always demure, do that “which of your children do you love best?” Invariably, the answer is “the youngest,” and they press me again for an answer. Demanding… The truth is, […] … Continue reading SPLATTER MOVIE now on Blu-Ray — Happy Cloud Media, LLC

Dark Hoffman/Bear in the Bag Productions release new poster for ‘The Shack– An Atmos-Fearic Thriller’ — Michigan Movie WEEKENDER

“In honor of our awards for our 2nd film, I created a high res poster for “The Shack”.  Dark Hoffman Since its release, Dark Hoffman’s “The Shack” has cleaned up on the film festival circuit. Either as a winner in different categories, a nominee, or as an official selection, it is acquiring an impressive list […] … Continue reading Dark Hoffman/Bear in the Bag Productions release new poster for ‘The Shack– An Atmos-Fearic Thriller’ — Michigan Movie WEEKENDER

Navigating Through the Festival Circuit — Revolution Entertainment Services

Navigating Through the Festival Circuit Film festivals come in all shapes and sizes. Getting your movie out there is key to becoming a serious player in the entertainment industry, from big to small, from the well-known to the no-so-well-known. In addition, many directors and producers look at the film festival circuit to bring the word […] … Continue reading Navigating Through the Festival Circuit — Revolution Entertainment Services

The 10 Best Horror Movie and Television Monsters of 2021 — Bloody Disgusting!

Monsters rank near the very top of reasons why we love horror so much, and luckily 2021 horror gave us plenty. Archetypical vampires, ghosts, werewolves, and serial killers dominated, and franchise icons made their return. In such a packed year for horror releases, especially on the indie front, a monster needs to stand out through […] … Continue reading The 10 Best Horror Movie and Television Monsters of 2021 — Bloody Disgusting!

London Film Festival 2021 round-up – The best of the fests delivers again — Well, That Makes One of Us

In the long shadow of Cannes and Venice, the London Film Festival has cannily positioned itself as the European home for the best films to have premiered at other festivals, like a greatest hits compilation album. And with the film industry now beginning to stretch its legs again 18 months into the pandemic, this year […] … Continue reading London Film Festival 2021 round-up – The best of the fests delivers again — Well, That Makes One of Us

Haunted Cherry Manor in Historic Franklin – New Paranormal Series — Virmedius

The Haunted Cherry Manor In The Haunted, Producers stay in haunted locations seeking inspiration for their next horror project. Cherry Manor is said to be the most maliciously haunted houses in Franklin, Tennessee. It is one of the most anticipated stops on the Franklin on Foot Ghost Tour as spectators have captured photos of the […] … Continue reading Haunted Cherry Manor in Historic Franklin – New Paranormal Series — Virmedius

10 Horror Titles from the Terror Films Head to CRACKLE! — Bloody Flicks

In yet another move to expand their digital footprint for their ever-growing and popular library of diverse horror films, indie genre distributor TERROR FILMS is heading to the premium AVOD platform CRACKLE! Ten films from Terror Films moving to Crackle include, Australian paranormal horror Inner Demon (2014), horror-comedy slasher Pool Party Massacre (2017), the critically […] … Continue reading 10 Horror Titles from the Terror Films Head to CRACKLE! — Bloody Flicks

June Release ‘Censor’ Delivered a Mind-Bending Nightmare Set in Video Nasty Era [Indie Horror Spotlight] — Bloody Disgusting!

The content space is more crowded than ever, making it challenging to keep up with all of the genre titles available via streaming platforms, VOD, and theatrical releases. It can be overwhelming just to browse. To help prevent great indie horror from slipping through the cracks, we’ll spotlight our favorites every month. The early ’80s […] … Continue reading June Release ‘Censor’ Delivered a Mind-Bending Nightmare Set in Video Nasty Era [Indie Horror Spotlight] — Bloody Disgusting!

50 Best Psychological Thrillers of All Time (By Year) — The Bibliofile

I love a good mystery-thriller novel and psychological thrillers books are probably my favorite within that genre. There’s just something uniquely delightful about those twisty plotlines and the multitude of suspicious characters that populate this genre. Psychological thrillers are also the perfect pairing for a full-bodied glass of red wine. This list of the Best […] … Continue reading 50 Best Psychological Thrillers of All Time (By Year) — The Bibliofile

MOVIE CITY FILMS

Nashville-based Movie City Films develops, finances, produces and distributes feature films. The Company was born out of a business plan by founder Kelly Frey, based upon years of knowledge gained in representing screenwriters, producers, and indie production companies as legal and business consultant and serving as President of one of the top ten film festivals in … Continue reading MOVIE CITY FILMS

Haunted Houses in Tennessee – New Series by Virmedius

The Haunted is a show that takes producers to haunted houses in Tennessee seeking inspiration for their next horror project. Episode 1 – Haunted Cherry Manor in Historic Franklin Virmedius is a production company, record label, and website founded in 2015 dedicated to entertainment news, independent artists, and producing horror movies and documentaries. The company … Continue reading Haunted Houses in Tennessee – New Series by Virmedius

A Halloween Revisit: 5 Phenomenal Horror Movie Classics — Keith & the Movies

While I may have grown out of trick-or-treating, I can still have fun on Halloween. And what better way to do it than by watching a good horror movie. And in case you’re looking for some recommendations, what better time to revisit my Phenomenal 5: The Horror Classics edition. The horror genre goes way back […] … Continue reading A Halloween Revisit: 5 Phenomenal Horror Movie Classics — Keith & the Movies

Bunuelian — shadowplay

Picked up a copy of the old Pelican paperback Film Makers on Film Making. Essays and the like by Edwin S. Porter, D.W. Griffith, Chaplin, Stroheim, Vertov, Cocteau, Resnais, etc. But Luis Bunuel is the guy who actually blows the roof off. By comparison, everyone else seems to be on their best behaviour. I think […] … Continue reading Bunuelian — shadowplay

40 Important Life Lessons We’ve Learned from Horror Movies — Bonnywood Manor

Dragging another bit of Halloween mess out of the archives… 1. If you have stupidly stored an important item in a basement where the light flickers, you just need to forget about it and buy a new one. 2. If the hotel clerk hands you the registration book for you to sign, and the page […] … Continue reading 40 Important Life Lessons We’ve Learned from Horror Movies — Bonnywood Manor

29 Best Halloween Movies — Virmedius

Looking for a movie to put you in the Halloween Spirit? Here are our Top Halloween Movie Picks. Family Halloween Movies Hocus Pocus 137 more words 29 Best Halloween Movies — Virmedius

Nashville Film Festival — Virmedius

This year the Nashville Film Festival will be a virtual film festival. You can now see all 200+ Titles that will be shown this year on… 56 more words Nashville Film Festival — Virmedius


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