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Posted on: January 27th, 2016

Under the Shadow made its highly-buzzed debut last Friday as part of this year’s Sundance Film Festival Midnight strand, meeting rave reviews across the board. Whilst Netflix acquired digital streaming rights to the Farsi-language supernatural shocker before the film had even screened at Sundance, Vertical Entertainment weren’t far behind them, teaming up with XYZ Films …Read More

Posted on: January 16th, 2016

Lee McGeorge isn’t just making waves in the UK, he’s turning countless heads in the US. Why? Because the man possesses an uncanny connection to cultural trends and relevance, and he’s concocted a method to make those topics horrifying. To be blunt, Lee knows exactly what readers want to read. His ability to keep his …Read More

Posted on: January 11th, 2016

Miko Hughes began as a child actor, bringing us the eerie performance of “Gage” in Stephen King’s “Pet Sematary”. He went on to more horror classics and tingling dramas such as Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, Mercury Rising, Apollo 13, Spawn and many more. Set to start work on a new horror film, I sat down …Read More

Posted on: December 29th, 2015

“This isn’t comfortable,” states Patrick Wilson’s character, Arthur, in Writer/Director S. Craig Zahler’s directorial debut, the cannibal western Bone Tomahawk, and that’s exactly how audiences can expect to feel at certain moments in a film that contains some of the hardest-hitting moments to grace the big screen this year. That’s not to say you won’t …Read More

Posted on: December 15th, 2015

Further to its success on the festival circuit as far a field as Seattle and Toronto, video game-turned-movie director Nathan Hendrickson’s directorial debut, The Hollow One came to our particular attention when announced as part of the official selection at this year’s Molins de Rei Horror Film Festival. Tackling the themes of grief and culpability, …Read More

Posted on: December 3rd, 2015

Further to his recent award-winning musical Patty which rendered a coarse commentary on identity, director and co-writer Patrick Kennelly tackles similarly compelling issues in his debut feature, Excess Flesh. Equal parts psycho thriller, splatter movie and sitcom, the film exposes modern society’s flaws in the form of a disturbing exegesis of female identity and body …Read More

Posted on: November 22nd, 2015

… Author Jeff Jensen talks his latest paperback release from Dark Horse Comics. Monsters disrupt our dreams, leave us sweating in our sleep, tossing and turning. We wake with remnants of those nightmares lingering in our psyche. And as the day passes the visions that plagued our time of rest fade into the backdrop of …Read More

Posted on: November 17th, 2015

Further to 2009’s Family Demons, South Australia’s writer/director/producer Ursula Dabrowsky is all set to release the second part of her Demon Trilogy, Inner Demon, through Enzo Tedeschi’s recently founded Deadhouse Films. Boasting a predominantly female crew and a leading lady who was all of 16 years young when the film was shot, Inner Demon relates …Read More

Posted on: November 10th, 2015

Here at SCREAM we’ve been trailing Ryan M. Andrews’ latest project, Save Yourself, like a shadow in the build up to its impending assault on the festival circuit. Starring Tianna Nori (The Demolisher), Elma Begovic (Bite), Ry Barrett (The Demolisher), Tristan Risk (The Editor), Jessica Cameron (Truth or Dare), Sydney Kondruss (The Drownsman), Caleigh Le …Read More

Posted on: October 29th, 2015

After spending the last 30 years avoiding any kind of responsibility, maturity and, most importantly, Deadites, Ashley J. Williams (Bruce Campbell) is about to become mankind’s only hope as a plague of everyone’s favourite wise-cracking demons threatens to have their evil way with more than just the inhabitants of a cabin in the woods this …Read More

Posted on: October 27th, 2015

Horror films are well known for their social admonitions and in the case of Eric England’s 2013 body horror Contracted, he crafted a shocking tale of the dangers of having unprotected sex. A slow-burning character driven thriller, Contracted quietly entered the festival circuit in the same year and has continued to churn the stomachs of …Read More

Posted on: October 22nd, 2015

If you share the same penchant as me for outrageously over-the-top low budget horror comedies then I’m certain you are just as partial to 2007’s Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer as I am. Directed by the then first-time feature director Jon Knautz and penned by John Ainslie, Jack Brooks was brimming with razor-sharp funnies, madcap monsters …Read More

Posted on: October 15th, 2015

It’s quite the golden age for horror anthologies and there’s no denying they are the perfect showcase for short film. Given their popularity of late it wasn’t going to be long before a new anthology franchise made its way out of the woodwork and now Epic Pictures Group, also responsible for the recent V/H/S Viral, …Read More

Posted on: October 8th, 2015

First time feature writer/director Hèctor Hernández Vicens left a life of writing for a Muppets style TV show in Spain to relate the sinister tale of a group of youths who let their hormones get the better of them as they perform necrophilia on the corpse of the recently deceased superstar Anna Fritz. Obviously any …Read More

Posted on: October 5th, 2015

Today sees the UK home release of TURBO KID, the directorial debut of Anouk Whissell, François Simard and Yoann-Karl Whissell (aka RKSS). The trio, jokingly referred to by the film’s cast and crew as the three-headed dragon went all out, pushing their BMX pedals to the metal to provide an outrageous ode to the ’80s …Read More

Posted on: September 13th, 2015

Landmine Goes Click is the latest shocker from Georgia native filmmaker Levan Bakhia the director of 257 F. Telling the shocking story of Chris, Alicia and Daniel, three American tourists crossing a desolated landscape of European Georgia, one of them steps on an armed landmine and a psychopath takes advantage of the tourist’s immobility. Following …Read More

Posted on: September 12th, 2015

Director Vivieno Caldinelli and scribe Matt Watts’ nostalgia-filled short film Portal To Hell!!! was summoned up out of their shared penchant for classic ’80s genre benders. Starring the late, great wrestling superstar Roddy Piper (They Live) alongside Watts himself, Piper plays Jack, a brusque and recluse pro boxer turned maintenance man who discovers two tenants …Read More

Posted on: August 26th, 2015

Filmmaker Anthony DiBlasi is well known to FIlm4 Frightfest attendees after several of his films including Dread, Missionary and Last Shift were screened during previous events. This year will see DiBlasi return to the festival with his latest project Most Likely to Die. The film follows a group of former classmates who have gathered for …Read More

Posted on: August 26th, 2015

U.S. production company Gundo Entertainment is readying a remake of the horror-classic Blood Feast, originally considered the first ever splatter film which established the gore genre through its explicit on-screen murder scenes. Whilst based on the source material, the revamp, to be directed by Marcel Walz (Seed 2), will boast cutting edge special effects coordinated …Read More

Posted on: August 26th, 2015

Dustin Milligan is an actor who has taken on a number of roles both on television and in film. Horror fans will recognise him for his appearance in such genre films as Final Destination 3, Slither and Shark Night. His latest horror project, Demonic is directed by Will Canon and is produced by James Wan …Read More

Posted on: August 25th, 2015

“Around here we like to do things with a bit more joie de vivre.” That’s what Michael Ironside’s character, Zeus, states in the first feature outing for Anouk Whissell, François Simard and Yoann-Karl Whissell (RKSS) and that’s exactly what you can expect. If you thought the recent post-apocalyptic humdingers Mad Max: Fury Road and Wyrmwood …Read More

Posted on: August 25th, 2015

Angela Dixon made her feature debut in Nick Lean’s horror thriller Dead End alongside Wil Johnson and Jamie Foreman. She has also appeared on stage staring in ‘Green For Danger’, ‘Lost In Thought’ and ‘Under the Eagle’. In her latest film, the action thriller Never Let Go, she plays Lisa Brennan, a former FBI agent …Read More

Posted on: August 25th, 2015

As a video store child of the ’90s, Liam Regan was brought up on a steady diet of ’80s horror consisting of A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th and the Child’s Play franchise. Inspired by the Troma back catalogue, Regan went on to develop his first feature Banjo which is unlike anything we …Read More

Posted on: August 25th, 2015

Nina Forever marks the feature debut of filmmakers Ben and Chris Blaine which relates the tale of a supermarket shelf-stacker Rob (Cian Barry) as he reluctantly moves on with his life after the unexpected death of his girlfriend Nina (Fiona O’Shaughnessy) and falls for coworker, Holly (Abigail Hardingham). The only problem is that their relationship …Read More

Posted on: August 23rd, 2015

“We’ve all been in a situation where we have felt out of place, lost and alone, suspicious of those we are not familiar with.” These are the sensibilities that South African-born filmmaker Abner Pastoll set out to explore with his tense debut feature Road Games. This dark and disquieting love story follows the incidental pairing …Read More

Posted on: August 22nd, 2015

Perry Blackshear is a New York based filmmaker who has worked as a Cinematographer, Editor, Writer and Director. He has a number of shorts under his belt including Act of Bravery and Serenade and his feature They Look Like People is outstanding. In the film MacLeod Andrews plays Wyatt, a man suspecting that people around …Read More

Posted on: August 17th, 2015

Tyler Shields is a multi-talented artist. He is largely know for his spectacular photography skills and has had his work published and seen by millions around the globe. Now turning his hand to directing, his first feature film FINAL GIRL stars Abigail Breslin and has been selected to play as part of the discovery strand …Read More

Posted on: August 17th, 2015

Although Dominic Brunt has appeared in over 1200 episodes of Emmerdale as Paddy, you may start to recognise him as a horror director. After his debut feature, Before Dawn, where fast-paced zombies are introduced during a dramatic moment, Dominic returns with a horror film a lot closer to home. Debt is something that a lot …Read More

Posted on: August 8th, 2015

In response to fans’ questions as to what happened to the practical creature effects work that Amalgamated Studios had provided for the 2011 The Thing prequel, partners Alec Gillis’ and Tom Woodruff, Jr. uploaded a YouTube video to showcase all the blood and sweat that had actually been put in before the majority of it …Read More

Posted on: August 6th, 2015

Actor William “Bill” Moseley is a respected actor and musician. He is most known by horror fans thanks to his iconic performances as Chop-Top in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 and more recently as the terrifying Otis B. Driftwood in Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses and the 2005 sequel The Devil’s Rejects. Jon Dickinson …Read More

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