Mine Games Offers a Curse and Trouble in an Ancient Cavern (A Review).
A cabin, an ancient evil and six friends looking to party. Will horror fans be able to predict how this story ends? Richard Gray's Mine Games offers a few surprises as several twenty-somethings become trapped in an old mine. This mine hosts a curse, which turns against the friends. Soon, characters are fighting semblances of themselves and there can be only one winner. Fans of indie horror can read this early review of Mine Games, with the film set to release on DVD September 16th, 2014.
A Gorgeous Trailer is Revealed for Jamin Winan's The Frame (First Trailer).
The Frame is the third feature film from renowned director Jamin Winans. Winans often deals with specific genres, including sci-fi and mystery. His latest film, The Frame, brings both of these genres together, in a beautiful fashion. The first trailer for The Frame offers lots of symbolic imagery. Some of these images are enhanced by special effects and by Winans' original soundtrack. Fans of film can preview Winans' latest film endeavour here.
You Need to Fear the Clowns in Billy Pon's Circus of the Dead (A Movie Review).
Director Billy Pon's first horror feature involves a group of sadistic clowns. This group is led by Papa Corn, played by Bill Oberst Jr. As the film begins, innocents are tortured and killed as the circus comes to town. A family man and husband, Donald, cannot protect his family as these sadists kidnap his children. His wife does not fare much better. Bloody and violent, fans of horror can read an early review for Circus of the Dead here.
Darkness and Tragedy Await Characters in John Klein's Chrysalis (A Review).
Chrysalis is a crowd-sourced fom from director John Klein. This film is set in the future, after a worldwide pandemic has killed much of the populace. Now, survivors must wander the decayed landscape in search of food and shelter. Klein's feature blends genres. Sci-fi, horror, action and dramatic elements can be found here, in one of the most intriguing indie films of 2014.
Slasher Feature Ditch Day Massacre Serves Up its Cast on a Chopping Block (A Review).
Ditch Day Massacre is a film from producer Megan Waters and director Joe Hendrik. This slasher film invovles a tale of revenge. Several high school students are the target and all of the action takes place on a skip day. The cast is only one or two steps away from the chopping block, with the character Vick (Bill Oberst Jr.) tormented by a tragic past. This indie feature is currently on the indie film festival circuit. An early review for the film is available here.
The Killer in The Drownsman is Influenced by Horror Films of the Past (An Early Review)
The Drownsman is a film from production house Black Fawn Films and director Chad Archibald. This horror title draws some influences from the past. Inspired by Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm St. and other films from the 80s, The Drownsman is a psychological film, that deals with hydrophobia. One woman must overcome her past and face a dark, family secret. Very well produced and shot, an early review for The Drownsman is here.
Horror Fans Can Stand Face to Face with a Grizzly in this First Trailer.
Saw V director, David Hackl, returns to the horror with the man vs. nature film Grizzly. This film, which was shot in Vancouver, B.C., involves a man-eating creature, who tracks forest rangers, loggers and anyone else he can get his claws on. AKA Red Machine and Endangered, the first trailer for the film is here. The clip shows all sorts of grisly images, including hacked bodies and scarred faces. Gorehounds can take a look at this exciting film, here.