Well, it seems like forever since I’ve written a review, but I found something worth writing about. It’s February and you know what that means? Yes, Valentine’s day! The day we show that someone special in our life just how much we love and care about them.
Many people come to California with hopes and dreams of becoming a star. Some from as far away as Florida, Kansas, or New York … all over. But some only have to walk out their back door. This was the case with actress Beverly Randolph.
Wacky zombie comedy Zombie Ed, directed by Ren Blood is out now on DVD, released by Brain Damage Films. Here we are with the synopsis: Loser Ed has a lame job, a beater car, a crappy apartment and no hope of a girlfriend. Ed doesn’t think things could get any worse for him until the day he woke up and found he had GONE ZOMBIE. Can Ed become the zombie he was born to be?
Dr. Edward Pretorius and Crawford Tillinghast are experimenting human boundaries, trying to stimulate the sixth sense as to cross human (eyes) restrictions. This experiment, however, set an evil power free causing Pretorious’ death and the consequent Crawford arrest and detention into a (weird) asylum. Dr. Katherine McMichaels is the psychiatrist taking Crawford in custody as to complete her macabre design …
The fine ensemble Molllust, around soprano mistress Janika Groß from Germany, celebrates sophisticated opera metal with their last album Schuld, showing their most strongest, most aesthetic, most emotional and in substance most profound side.
The Hortus Animae Cult is back! You will probably be pleased to know that we decided to reform and we are fully immersed in the work for our comeback album: At the End of Doomsday.
Writer Daniel P. Coughlin’s sinister thriller Ditch continues to impress. Coughlin has created a horrifying feature from his script that incorporates an axeman, a ditch party and a score that needs to be settled. Coughlin is best known for his previous horror features, including After Dark’s Lake Dead (2007) and Farmhouse (2008) starring Steven Weber. Ditch will continue this writer’s terrifying film run, with a group of high schoolers targeted for revenge!
Fantasm, a new documentary about horror conventions and the tight-knit community of fans who attend them, is currently in production under the direction of Kyle Kuchta. Kyle has a self-proclaimed obsession with horror films.
From the team that brought you the gloriously perverse Re-Animator comes the equally surreal horror classic From Beyond, which makes its long-awaited debut on blu-ray thanks to Second Sight Films. Based on another H.P. Lovecraft adaptation this deranged gorefest is directed by Stuart Gordon (Stuck) and produced by horror supremo Brian Yuzna (Society).