New Years Eve Set Horror Films


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A young couple move into an apartment, only to be surrounded by peculiar neighbors and occurrences. When the wife becomes mysteriously pregnant, paranoia over the safety of her unborn child begins to control her life.

A nerdish boy buys a strange car with an evil mind of its own and his nature starts to change to reflect it.

A masked killer targets six college kids responsible for a prank gone wrong three years earlier and who are currently throwing a large New Year’s Eve costume party aboard a moving train.

At the end of the century, Satan visits New York in search of a bride. It’s up to an ex-cop who now runs an elite security outfit to stop him.

A horror film told in three parts, from three perspectives, in which a mysterious transmission that turns people into killers invades every cell phone, radio, and television.

Paris, 1900: a couple are horribly murdered by a masked man with a metal claw who rips their hearts out. The sole survivor and witness to the massacre is a young girl. Twelve years later in Rome a new wax museum is opened, whose main attractions are lifelike recreations of gruesome murder scenes. A young man bets that he will spend the night in the museum but is found dead the morning after. Soon, people start disappearing from the streets of Rome and the wax museum halls begin filling with new figures…

The disappearance of people and corpses leads a reporter to a wax museum and a sinister sculptor.

A couple of days before 1899 Christmas, the Oxford new graduate Dr. Edward Newgate arrives at the Stonehearst Asylum to complete training for his specialty of asylum medicine. He is met by armed men who take him to Dr. Silas Lamb, who welcomes his help and takes him under his wing. Edward is shocked to see the methods that Dr Lamb uses to run this asylum. He becomes infatuated with Eliza Graves, one of the patients who is a lady of status and does not seem to belong. One night, Edward overhears a knocking from the bowels of the facility and is shocked to find that everything is not as it seems in this place and that his uneasy feelings may be justified. What will Edward Choose?

During a New Year’s Eve celebration, a Punk Rock & New Wave show host gets a phone call saying that when New Year’s strikes in each time zone, someone will be murdered–and she will be the last one.


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Tracey Birdsall Cast in Matt Degennaro’s Supernatural Film Dance of the Blue Tattoo


Award winning actress Tracey Birdsall (The Young & The Restless, Rogue Warrior : Robot Fighter) has been cast opposite The Blacklist’s Harry Lennix in Dance of the Blue Tattoo.

Del Weston directs from a script by award winning screenwriter Matt DeGennaro.

Mia Goldman (Birdsall), possessed by superior agility, strength and beauty, is driven by an incomprehensible, subconscious urge to travel south to the Yucatan. Surprised by a series of strange messages and disturbing events, she realizes a power greater than her own has changed her pleasure trip to heal from a nasty divorce into a dangerous, supernatural journey into the Mayan underworld and Fifth dimension.   Continue reading

Are There Ghosts in the House on Pine Street


Aaron and Austin Keeling have created a creepy and atmospheric haunted house movie with “The House on Pine Street”. In the movie, seven months pregnant Jennifer (Emily Goss) has moved to a Kansas house with her husband Luke (Taylor Bottles) which is a step up from their apartment in suburban Chicago. It turns out the move was facilitated by Jennifer’s overbearing mother Meredith (Cathy Barnett) who wants Luke to do more with his life than be a bartender and wants the baby to be born in a more rural environment.  Meredith imposes herself by throwing a housewarming party and inviting her own friends including Walter (Jim Korinke) a so-called psychic who states that the house has weird energy. Absent from the party is Jennifer’s friend Lauren (Natalie Pellegrini).


Jennifer receives weird stares from the people in the neighborhood as if they’re holding a secret. She starts to experience weird events in the house such as seeing someone in the bathroom, having the crockpot lid move on its own and hearing weird noises coming from the attic. The film was shot in an 1800’s house that is supposedly actually haunted and the cinematography uses the environment to perfection. Jump scares aren’t something you’ll find in this movie, but rather a slow buildup and tension.


When Lauren comes to visit the house we’re introduced to her toddler son who is very creepy. He stares and talks to only something he can see. Experiencing paranormal events herself Jennifer is very concerned and her and Lauren hold a seance. Things only get worse but Luke and Meredith think that Jennifer is going crazy and having a mental breakdown. Jennifer didn’t want to leave Chicago and isn’t happy that she’s having the baby. In fact we find out that she tried to self abort.


Emily Goss portrays Jennifer with a genuine feel that makes you empathize for the character. You’re left wondering if she’s really going crazy of if the house is actually haunted.

American Backwoods: Slew Hampshire Review


In American Backwoods, four months after one of the most brutal slaughters happened in American history, four friends, Kid (Jeremy Isabella), Dude-Guy (Tyler Rice), Buddy (Shawn Thomas) and Bro (Dayo Okeniyi – The Hunger Games and Terminator: Genisys) travel from New Hampshire to the Canadian border to visit a private strip club in a rite of passage after a party they were to attend gets raided.  They never make it to their destination after their car spins out and Officer Girth (Matt Hish) deems it unsafe to continue.  The four friends are then taken captive and what ensues is a violent film filled with gore and violent scenes of rape.


The film has three plots going on all at once featuring hillbilly cannibals, Norse Vikings who have captured two girls (one of the girls thinks the God Tyr sent the friends to save them) and a mythical beast.  The rednecks rape and hunt the four friends in a Hunger Games type game, while the mythical beast kills everyone.  The violence includes what Rue Morgue labeled “The Goriest Scene of the Year”.


With everything going on the movie is somewhat hard to follow so viewers must pay attention to all the subtleties and undertones.  Director/writer Flood Reed has created an ultriovelent film that covers several topics spanning from mythology and horror to comedy.  He even has a few scenes in the film.  The scenes of gore seem more high budget using practical effects.  Once the movie kicks into high gear it may offend and repulse but it offers a little for everyone.  The only thing we didn’t like was the complexity of the movie as we like our horror films to flow more smoothly and not have to try to peel back confusing layers.

New Official Trailer for Lilin’s Brood


A “New Media” news coverage team that is stranded near a beleaguered brothel in the middle of nowhere encounter a group or women with a terrifying secret.

Directed by Mansa Mojo Brothas, the film stars Martin Sensemeier (the upcoming MAGNIFICENT SEVEN), Maxine Goynes, Brent King, Melinda Milton, Alberto Barros, Catherine Paiz, James Wellington and Sandra Hinojosa.

The film will be released 12 FEB 2016 (Valentines Weekend) on Amazon and ITunes.


Banshee Star Miles Doleac Joins Supernatural Film Don’t Kill It


Banshee’s Miles Doleac has joined the cast of director Mike Mendez’s Don’t Kill It, currently shooting in Canton, MS.

Actor, who joins Dolph Lundgren, Kristina Klebe, and Courtney Gains in the film, plays Agent Jackson, head of the FBI in the supernatural thriller.

Dan Berk and Robert Olsen’s script fixes on an ancient demon that is accidentally unleashed in a sparsely populated Alaskan town, and the only hope of survival lies in the hands of a grizzled old demon hunter Jebediah Woodley and his reluctant partner FBI agent Evelyn Pierce.

Doleac, known for his recurring role on Banshee, will next be seen on the small screen in The CW’sContainment and on the big screen in The Hollow, which he also wrote and directed.

Don’t Kill It is being repped by Archstone Distribution.