The Funhouse Massacre Drags You into a Bloodbath (A Film Review).
The Funhouse Massacre is a film from director Andy Palmer (Badlands of Kain). His latest envisions an amusement park, in which six serial killers run the show. The spectators do not realize what is going on, during Halloween, until it is too late. Fans of indie horror titles will enjoy this title; the film blends comedy with horror. And, you will laugh out loud and be shocked, all at the same time. A review for this horrifying title is available here.
12 Hours to Fight for Your Life in Rob Zombie's 31 (First Trailer).
31 is the latest horror film from director Rob Zombie. Responsible for House of a 1000 Corpses, Halloween II, Lords of Salem and many others, his latest creates a new, fictionalized realm. Titled Murderworld, this murderous community brings in several innocents. They must survive for 12 hours, or become a fine, red spray. And, the first trailer for 31 shows some of the film's many clownish villains. See it here!
Joe Begos' The Mind's Eye Moves the Unmovable (First Trailer).
Joe Begos uses all practical effects, in each of his films. The creator of Almost Human (2014), his latest film, The Mind's Eye, involves telekinetic powers. Several characters are able to move people and things, to serve themselves. Fans of horror can watch the furniture and characters fly as one man tries to rescue another. There is lots of chaos in this first trailer for Begos' The Mind's Eye.
Trips into Badlands of Kain are One-way Only (A Film Review).
Andy Palmer and writer Rachelle Dimaria's Badlands of Kain is a mysterious film. It deals with a spiritual purgatory. Here, several characters remain trapped as if in The Eagles' Hotel California; characters can enter, but never leave. And, friends Shannon (Dimaria) and Kris (Katrina Norman) have been sucked into this weird limbo. Pursued by others, they find that there is no escape, from this remote town. A review of this under-the-radar release is available here.
Viewers Should Face the Apocalypse in Daylight's End (A Film Review)!
Daylight's End is a solid action from director William Kaufman. Set in a post-apocalyptic world and reminiscent of The Road Warrior, this film focuses on the anti-hero Rourke and his search for revenge. He has lost his family to a global pandemic and he is in search of their murderer - a diseased beast. Starring Johnny Strong, Lance Henriksen, Gary Cairns and many more, this film is full of great action sequences and it is not to be missed as it moves about the film festival circuit.
Cannibals and Mutated Wretches Haunt The Horde (A Film Review)
The Horde blends a number of genres together. Part horror movie, with the use of cannibals, and part action movie, The Horde lifts a few ideas from previous films. Reminiscent of Rambo, The Hills Have Eyes II and others, this title offers a number of brutal action sequences, with one man rescuing a group of campers. Bloody and brutal, this title also shows very little complexity in the script. And, The Horde is meant as light entertainment, only.