You Can Lose Your Soul in the Demonic Thriller Annabelle (A Movie Review)
Another demonic doll enters the horror genere, with Annabelle. Produced by James Wan, this small budgeted horror feature focuses on a couple and their new born. A demon hopes to capture the soul of their child, while this couple does their best to prevent this demonic takeover. Full of Christian themes, Annabelle is a slowly paced feature, which satisfy a few horror fans.
The Door Protects a Secret and Possibly an Ancient Evil (A Movie Clip)
The Door is a Canadian film from writer and director Patrick McBrearty. This horror title involves an isolated security guard and a strange door. Owen's duties include guarding this portal, which houses a strange evil. Fans of horror can view the first movie clip for The Door, here. The clip shows Owen working with two other security guards, to deliver a mysterious package.
Wrong Turn 6 Returns with Tales of Cannibals and Lush Inheritances (A Review).
Wrong Turn 6 is the latest film in this long running horror series. This latest sequel was again shot in Sophia, Bulgaria. This time, Valeri Milev takes the reigns on the franchise and he delivers a tale of: incest, inheritance, and cannibalism. Few of the young characters make it through the film as large estates dominate the screen. Wrong Turn 6 is another memorable entry, in this very disturbing film series.
Another is a Gothic Tale of Devils and Demons (A Movie Review).
Jason Bognacki's first feature, Another, is one part gothic feature and one part Giallo tale. Full of iconic imagery, Bognacki focuses on the visual sphere. The story suffers from neglect. Still, Another is an intriguing tale, involving a young woman and her demonic possession. Can she thwart the devil's desires? Horror fans will have to find their own answers, when the film is released later this year (2014).
Horror Fans Can Get Excited for the World Premiere of The Laughing Mask Here (Teaser Trailer).
Michael Aguiar continues to develop his serial killer feature, The Laughing Mask. This film involves a murderer, who stalks and kills a man's family. The story changes into one of revenge as the protagonist searches for The Laughing Mask. Currently, this title has been completed and the film will host a World Premiere in September of 2014. Then, the film will continue with a film festival run. Fans of slashers can preview the film's release here, with a thrilling new teaser.
Motivational Growth Moves into Dark Territory and Dark Situations (A Movie Review).
Motivational Growth is a small film recently released by Indiecan. The film features a depressed and suicidal man, who cannot leave his apartment. Dark in tone and theme, Motivational Growth is a difficult watch. Horror fans might be best served by other films. Film fans can find out more about the film in this review, but this article serves more as a warning, compared to an endorsement. Motivational Growth is more ordeal, than enjoyment.
David Michôd's The Rover Roams Across a Post-apocalyptic Landscape (A Move Review).
The Rover saw its debut at Cannes 2014. Now, the film is available for film fans. In the feature, one man is determined to get his car back, after a group of thieves take it into the Australian wasteland. Eric teams up with an unlikely partner and dimwit, named Rey. Together, they scour the landscape in search of the thieves. Michod's second feature is slowly paced and experiental. Most Fans of post-apocalyptic cinema will like this entry into the genre.