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Posted on: July 31st, 2015

Alberto Marini, producer of a plethora of genre films such as the [REC] franchise and prolific screenwriter whose credits include today’s release of Extinction, is all set to take his directorial debut Summer Camp to this year’s Film4 FrightFest. Having collaborated on a number of projects with [REC]’s very own Jaume Balagueró, said zombie franchise …Read More

Posted on: July 26th, 2015

Gabriel Carrer’s 5th feature-length movie The Demolisher is all set for its World Premiere tomorrow, Monday 27 July at Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal. Written, directed and produced by Carrer under the Latefox Pictures Inc. banner, The Demolisher is headed up by stars Ry Barrett, Tianna Nori, and Jessica Vano.

 This visually-focused slow-burn revenge movie …Read More

Posted on: July 24th, 2015

A few days back we shared with you the first official trailer for the upcoming sequel to 2013’s sci-fi shocker Antisocial and we loved what it had to offer so much that we just couldn’t resist hopping onto Skype to speak with the film’s starlet Michelle Mylett. Returning to helm Antisocial 2 is Cody Calahan, …Read More

Posted on: July 24th, 2015

Today marks the US release of the small-town creature feature Dark Was the Night which promises to provide so much more than your garden-variety monster movie as the film’s scribe, Tyler Hisel pitches it as a family drama that also just happens to be a creature movie. Helmed by Jack Heller and starring Kevin Durand …Read More

Posted on: July 24th, 2015

Robert Kurtzman is one of the top FX artists in the industry. He is a charismatic monster maker, with an impressive list of credits including classics like “Misery”, “Wishmaster” and “Thirteen Ghosts”. Robert has also been the leading effects supervisor on a number of horror blockbusters, including a personal favourite of mine, Wes Craven’s “SCREAM”. …Read More

Posted on: July 23rd, 2015

The Walking Dead has enthralled people across the globe with the apocalyptic tale of man vs. zombie. Originally spawned from the comics of Robert Kirkman, Jay Bonansinga is the house novelist for the series, creating some of the most memorable moments, including “The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor”, and “The Walking Dead: The Road …Read More

Posted on: July 22nd, 2015

Things are about to get goopy as the world premiere of Breakthrough Entertainment and Black Fawn Films’ latest skin-crawler BITE is creeping exceedingly close. Hot off the success of his previous two features, The Drownsman and Ejecta, director Chad Archibald turns his hand to the creature-feature/body-horror genre with Bite. Written by Jayme Laforest (Gods of …Read More

Posted on: July 16th, 2015

Ian Ziering is an actor best known for his role as Steve Sanders, one of the main characters on the popular television series Beverly Hills, 90210. Since then he’s starred in several tv shows, films and has even appeared on Broadway. In recent times Ziering is better known for his role as Fin Shepherd in …Read More

Posted on: July 5th, 2015

A few weeks ago we spoke with Cradle of Filth front man Dani Filth all about their upcoming album Hammer of the Witches. The band first formed in 1991 with a style classed as black metal, taking heavy influence from horror films, mythology and gothic literature. Cradle of Filth are known for their extreme and …Read More

Posted on: July 4th, 2015

After a chance encounter on the set of a thesis film, Travis Cluff and Chris Lofing built up quite the friendship and it wasn’t long before they devised a plan to write and direct a low budget movie which they were confident could emulate the same sort of success as recent hits such as Paranormal …Read More

Posted on: July 1st, 2015

Back in 2013 a certain made-for-television disaster film took the world by storm. Sharknado, a film about a tornado packed to the rafters with killer sharks tore across Los Angeles and set Twitter ablaze soon after the premiere aired on American television. Its cult success was replicated the world over thanks to its unique blend …Read More

Posted on: June 29th, 2015

Following its world premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival and coming home from the recent Fantaspoa Film Festival with the Best International Film Award under its wing, Benni Diez’ directorial debut Stung is all set to take the US by swarm. Starring Matt O’Leary, Jessica Cook, Clifton Collins Jr. and Lance Henriksen, and written …Read More

Posted on: June 29th, 2015

Whilst Morgana O’Reilly is currently best-known for her regular role as Naomi Canning on the Australian soap opera Neighbours, at long last the UK gets to see her in a completely contrasting role as Kylie Bucknell in the New Zealand horror-comedy Housebound. Written, edited, and directed by first-time helmer Gerard Johnstone, the film went on …Read More

Posted on: June 23rd, 2015

Given the recent discrepancies concerning the plot and cast of the upcoming “Expendables of Horror” movie, Death House, SCREAM thought it best to hop onto Skype with the film’s writer/director Harrison Smith to hear the details from the horse’s mouth. Below is the complete updated synopsis followed by our interview with Smith where he openly …Read More

Posted on: June 19th, 2015

At this point I think I have made myself pretty clear just how partial I am to the Keeling brothers’ supernatural shocker The House on Pine Street but, just in case you missed my ranting and raving about the film, be sure to click on the five star review link in the video interview below. …Read More

Posted on: June 12th, 2015

Whilst best-known for her recent stint as Gia Moran in Power Rangers Megaforce, rising star Ciara Hanna is one of many actresses to get the James Cullen Bressack bug. Her first collaboration with the 23 years young filmmaker was in Pernicious, all set to release next Friday, June 19, but she obviously saw something special …Read More

Posted on: June 8th, 2015

One genre that I personally find particularly tough to nail is that of the zomedy kind. It’s always going to be a tall challenge to strike just the right balance between gruesome gore and killer comedy whilst injecting some emotional substance into the equation. I’m happy to report that Joe Dante’s Burying the Ex is …Read More

Posted on: June 5th, 2015

Actress Barbara Crampton developed a keen interest in theatre from a young age, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Arts from Castleton State College before moving to New York and L.A. where she would go on to appear in the cult horror films Re-Animator and From Beyond. Although not exclusively a horror actress, …Read More

Posted on: June 4th, 2015

This week sees the release of the supernatural shocker We Are Still Here which marks the directorial debut of publicist, producer and screenwriter Ted Geoghegan. Written and directed by Geoghegan and produced by Travis Stevens under his Snowfort Pictures banner the film follows Barbara Crampton (Sun Choke, You’re Next) and Andrew Sensenig (Upstream Colour) as …Read More

Posted on: June 1st, 2015

Jason Trost, director, actor, producer, special effects artist, screenwriter – and most likely so much more than all of the above – is best known for the low budget sleeper hits The FP and All Superheroes Must Die. His latest project, How To Save Us, finds Trost transporting audiences to a post-apocalyptic Tasmania and injecting …Read More

Posted on: June 1st, 2015

First emerging on the scene as one half of the Russian electronic music project Moonbeam alongside his brother Vitaly, Pavel Khvaleev also took it upon himself to create his own music videos. After shooting and editing more than 40 videos he took a leap of faith to shoot his first feature-length movie, the dramatic piece …Read More

Posted on: May 30th, 2015

James Wan and Leigh Whannell burst in to the horror scene in 2004 with their torture shocker SAW which made over one million pounds at the UK box office on it’s opening weekend. Since then the Saw franchise went on to spawn seven sequels. However, since departing the gore-packed franchise Wan and Whannell recognised the …Read More

Posted on: May 30th, 2015

I said it in my review and I’m saying it again! Co-directing a film about a haunted house is about the last thing you’d expect twin brothers to do after having grown up in a purportedly haunted house but that’s exactly what Aaron and Austin Keeling did and they did a fine job of it …Read More

Posted on: May 27th, 2015

Further to the recent interview we posted with Sun Choke writer/director Ben Cresciman at the Stanley Film Festival, SCREAM also had the pleasure of catching up with two of the leading ladies, Sarah Hagan and Sara Malakul Lane. In Sun Choke Hagan plays Janie, a young woman confined to her home under the “protective” care …Read More

Posted on: May 24th, 2015

The indie scene never fails to disappoint me lately with its ingenuity and innovation and Ian Kessner’s latest film, Lost After Dark is testament to that fact. Written by Bo Ransdell and Kessner, with the latter on directorial duties, this sui generis love letter to ’80s slasher classics is something to get very excited about. …Read More

Posted on: May 21st, 2015

  Ana Lily Amirpour’s debut feature, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is an Iranian vampire horror/romance which amalgamates so many different genres that it simply violates all existing laws of categorisation. Interestingly, the basic premise dawned on her when she tried on a chador that an extra was wearing on the set of …Read More

Posted on: May 20th, 2015

In a recent interview with THR, showrunner Dave Erickson spoke about the upcoming The Walking Dead spin-off show Fear The Walking Dead, which shows the zombie apocalypse from a different point of view. Erickson spoke about how the show differs from the popular horror show The Walking Dead, who the main characters will be, what …Read More

Posted on: May 19th, 2015

Further to their debut feature, the genre-spurning drug rehabilitation tale, Resolution, filmmaking duo Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead bounce back in a big way with the impressive and imposing genre-bender, Spring. Spring follows Evan (played by Evil Dead’s Lou Taylor Pucci) who finds himself in a personal tailspin and decides to up and flee to …Read More

Posted on: May 18th, 2015

Last week we spoke with Shane Beasley all about his role in the disturbing and shocking Headless. Beasley’s role as the masked killer first came about in Scott Schirmer’s horror film Found, when a boy discovers his brother is a serial killer, and witness’s similar atrocities in a film-in-the-film called Headless. His extreme character was …Read More

Posted on: May 18th, 2015

Following his directorial debut Negative Space, writer-director Ben Cresciman’s second feature, Sun Choke, hones in on the psychological backlash of confinement and solitude. As you may well have read in my review of the film, this is one that is “condemned to polarize audiences” but I found the whole ambiguity of the film to do …Read More

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