Join the Father's Cult in this Red Band Trailer for The Sacrament (First Trailer).
Director Ti West is known for his previous horror titles: House of the Devil and The Innkeepers. His latest horror title draws heavily from the real life cult leader Jim Jones. Jones, in the late '70s, formed a suicide pact with hundreds of followers. Few would live to tell their terrifying tale. This macabre story is now being brought to the big screen in The Sacrament. Fans of West's previous work or of sensationalized real life tales can preview the film's first trailer here.
A Movie Review of the Zombie and Robot Action Thriller Battle of the Damned is Here.
Battle of the Damned is a straight-to-video b-movie from production co' Compound B and director Christopher Hatton. Action actor Dolph Lundgren stars in this all out shooter, in which a mercenary is tasked with rescuing a corporate executive's daughter. Events play against Max (Lundgren) in the form of an infected populace, murderous robots and firebombing. Heavy on action and light on story, Battle of the Damned is a film focused on entertainment only.
A Television Review of "The Walking Dead's" "Inmates" is Here (Epis. 10, Seas. 4).
The zombie television series "The Walking Dead" is ten episodes into its fourth season. This episode, which was directed by Tricia Brock, told four different tales in this dangerous setting. Several groups of survivors are meandering outside of the prison, after a brutal battle with the Governor. But, few characters seem organized or focused on future plans. Fans fo the show can read this review of "Inmates" to find out where the survivors are at now.
Click Here for the First Trailer of Bobby Boermans' Horror Feature App!
Bobby Boermans is an up and coming director from the Netherlands. His first feature is a horror title called App. In this feature, Anna is a college student who downloads a mysterious cell phone application. After downloading this innocous app', Anna's life takes a strange and dangerous twist, with explosions and gunfire hampering her life. Is her new app' causing all of this chaos? Horror fans can find out for themselves in App's first trailer, found here.
Vincenzo Natali's Haunter is a Chilling Tale with a Strange Serial Killer (A Movie Review).
Vincenzo Natali has directed such horror tales as Cube and more recently, Splice. His latest is a serial killer story, starring Stephen McHattie as the Pale Man. This sinister character delights in the capture and torture of young women. Unbeknownst to the women, they are ghosts living in the Pale Man's childhood home and they must find escape, in order to move on from this strange limbo. Horror fans are encouraged to read this review of Natali's Haunter, before seeing the movie for themselves.
The End of Writer's Block is only One Axe Swing Away in Steve Kopera's The Cabining (A Movie Review).
Steve Kopera's The Cabining is an indie slasher set in one central setting. A small film with only a few characters, The Cabining is a self-aware slasher film. Writers Steve Kopera and David Silverman try to add something creative to the slasher genre. But, The Cabining is very hit and miss in the area of comedy and slasher elements are kept off camera. This film is limited by its small budget. Yet, indie slasher film fans might find some elements here charming. A review of The Cabining is here, for horror fans.