Something Waits in the Basement of The Confines (An Early Movie Review).
The Confines, from director Eytan Rockaway, is an unreleased horror title. Currently on the film festival circuit, the film follows two night shift security guards. They patrol an old, haunted apartment block. Though, this setting might be more metaphorical, than literal. Overall, the film is an entertaining supernatural thriller, with a strong psychological element. Fans of horror or of thrillers can read this early review, to find out more on the film as The Confines moves towards a future, unspecified release date.
Test Your Iron Gut with The Human Centipede III (Final Sequence) (A Movie Review).
28DLA writer Kenna Rae reviews Tom Six's latest. His final film (The Human Centipede III), in the Centipede series, brings Dieter Laser back to the screen. This time, Laser leads the film through a gross-out horror nightmare, set in America's prison system. In prison, the longest human centipede is created, with a huge assortment of reluctant prisoners. The result is a gut wrenching experience. Gorehounds and fans of disturbing tales can read Kenna's in-depth review, here. And, Kenna warns: a barf bib might be required.
Harbinger Down Brings Something from the Deep to the Surface in this International Trailer (A Preview).
Harbinger Down is a creature feature from Alec Gillis. The film has been developed with practical special effects. Influenced by films such as The Thing and Alien, this title takes place near the Arctic. Here, a Russian cosmonaut is brought to the surface, along with something else. Every character is under threat as a pathogen is released on a remote research ship. Fans of creature features or of moody horror can preview the latest trailer for Harbinger Down, here!
Infini Will Shock and Awe Viewers at the Edge of Space (A Movie Review).
Infini is a violent blend of sci-fi and horror. These two genres and Shane Abbess' compelling script bring lots of terror, to an isolated mining facility. Here, a search and rescue team do their best to find survivors, after a biological disaster. They find one of the survivors, but they also find an infection. Full of tension, terror and even a social message, Infini utilizes mood and a dark setting to create excitement and interest. Infini is one of the best films to come out, so far, in 2015. An early review of the film is hosted here.
Horsehead Only Appears in the Finale in this Surreal Film (A Movie Review).
Horsehead is a slow film from Paris, France. The film follows Jessica (Lilly-Fleur Pointeaux) and her surreal sojourns, into a dream-like state. Through lucid dreams, she confronts a past, one that is filled with pain. Not knowing who her father is, Jessica experiences symbolic imagery, in her mother's home. Horsehead is a small, indie film, which could have offered more action sequences. In this review, writer Kenna Rae focuses on Jessica's transition from reality into fantasy and on the film's unsettling musical score.
The Human Race Faces Extinction in this First Trailer.
There have been a number of zombie films released over the years. The movie market is almost saturated wtih tales of the undead. Though, Miguel Ángel Vivas' upcoming Extinction looks to revitalize this horror sub-genre. In Extinction, a few survivors reside in a remote, frostbitten town. They feel they are safe, from the zombie plague. But, the snowy climes hide a fast-moving terror. The last survivors of the human race will have to outwit this new foe, which evolves and infects in any climate. The film's first trailer is hosted here.