Silent horror/fantasy film ‘Amethyst’ wraps principal photography

VampireDirector Jared Masters continues his filmmaking assault as his newest offering, the silent film Amethyst has wrapped principal photography. Read all the details below.

From The Press Release
Frozen in a fairy tale… There’s that moment in some, not all, filmmakers’ careers, that she says to herself, “out with the old habits, and in with the new, groundbreaking forces of cinematic nature.” It’s comparable to the moment a life-long addict of oranges drops them all into a pit, because there are suddenly real Granny Smith apples to be had.

Sometimes a visionary unfolds a new onslaught of creative control, or is unable to control the pseudo-contractions she thought could be perverse without genre-defying Medicare. It is in these docile moments in a director’s life that new blood is born (or shed) on new (however old) subconscious subject matter. Jared Masters has never touched on vampires, sea nymphs, gentiles, river fairies or centaurs… until now, simply because he wanted to, and the studio system wasn’t there to stop him.

In an orangutan-like espionage, Masters disproves himself yet again, to be completely trite and anti-tone deaf. A medical examiner would perhaps see his status as unfit for service in this immediate world, but that is because; look around- the media today has been hijacked by a lifeless digital lie; a corrupt definition (not merely a high one).

The days of real working parts are sadly over, and a mundane tsunami of 78% realism (at best), gushes from flat television sets and defecates onto our living room floors. And what’s worse is that everyone seems to be completely fine with it. Well, for the few of you who appreciate practical effects and cinematic dignity, Amethyst is here. You wont see any computer generated sharks or lavish intergalactic worlds rendered on seventeen different computers from a studio staff out of Glendale. What you will witness is the profound true story of a real girl, who took too much LSD, and made a mockery out of herself in the triumph to get to nowhere.

'All Girls Weekend' review

All Girls WeekendReviewed by Jonathan Weichsel

All Girls Weekend is written and directed by Lou Simon. The film stars Jamie Bernadette, Katie Carpenter, Gema Calero, Michele Gourdine, Sharron Calvin, and Karishma Lakhani.

When we are first introduced to the luckless protagonists of All Girls Weekend, in an overly lit scene full of expository soap opera dialogue, set in a generic movie house, the kind that is too tidy to believe people actually live there, with framed posters of the director's previous films hanging on the walls behind the actors, I did not think that I was in store for a good, or even competently made movie. But, as cliché as it might be for me to write, All Girls Weekend gets better as it goes along, and once the characters become lost in the woods, and the dreadfulness of the situation they are in becomes apparent, it becomes an effective, creepy little thriller.

I had heard a lot about actress Jamie Bernadette, a rising star in the horror world, prior to watching All Girls Weekend, and now that I have actually seen her in a movie, I can write that everything I have read about her is true. Bernadette is a rarity among indie actors; a dynamic and exciting talent who really knows how to act and who brings real gravity to the screen. While Bernadette is the best thing about All Girls Weekend, her talents are also sadly misused in the movie.

Whenever Bernadette is on the screen, your attention goes straight to her. She just has a certain kind of natural presence to her. In other words, she would best be used as a leading actor. But, All Girls Weekend is ostensibly an ensemble film, and this screen presence that Bernadette possesses has the side effect of sucking up all of the oxygen in every scene where she is present, whether her character is the focus of the scene or not.

This is not Bernadette's fault. The rest of the cast is, to be overly kind, a mixed bag when it comes to talent, and many of the actors visibly struggle to keep up with Bernadette, not as characters confronted with a more intelligent and stronger-willed character, but as actors confronted with a more intelligent and stronger-willed actor.

'Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan' review

Ray HarryhausenReviewed by Kevin Scott,

I remember it like it was yesterday. Matter of fact, I probably remember it more vividly than I did the actual day before today. Because what I’m speaking of was a pivotal moment for me. It was 1981, and it just happened to be the only family vacation that me and my parents went ever went on. I didn’t have a dysfunctional childhood by any means, my parents just didn’t like going anywhere. They pioneered the concept of the modern staycation long before it was a broadly understood term in our lexicon. We ended up at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and we were staying in an actual old school “Devil’s Reject’s” style hotel.

What I mean is that it was longer than it was high and all the room entrances were on the outside of the building. They also had cable TV. I lived in rural North Carolina, and while we had an excellent local UHF channel, cable TV was undiscovered country. If it wasn’t for that fleeting moment on our lone family vacation, I for sure would not be writing this now.

That random flip of the lighted switch from the box on top of the TV introduced me to Ray Harryhausen. “The 7th Voyage of Sinbad” was on, and I happened to catch it right at the skeleton swordfight. I was single digit years still, but I had seen my share of drive-in 1950’s and 60’s creature features already. I love them all, but there was something special about this. Real but surreal all at the same time. Not a guy in a suit or a rear projection crab or lizard, this was some James Cameron stuff, even before Cameron had directed Piranha II. Alas, I knew that I would probably never see Sinbad again, because I didn’t know what it was, and I would probably never see it again because they save all the premium exotic stuff for cable I’m sure. Fast forward to 1983, and my uptown cousins had cable.

Short film 'The Spiral' to begin filming

The SpiralThe Spiral, is a short horror film about a tormented young woman, Valerie (Arielle Brachfeld known for CHEMICAL PEEL and KNOCK). Valerie is escaping her life in a desolate desert town driving to Vegas away from her abusive step-father, Saul (Jw Wiseman known for DEAD SEA and THE HUNTED.) Valerie takes a wrong turn and ends up stuck in a place called Spiral Road.

Short screenplay adapted from story "Valerie's Spiral" by horror author, Jeremy Megargee (Author of DIRT LULLABIES and SWEET TREATS.) Screenplay, "The Spiral," written and directed by Mary C. Russell (Director of CARVED.) Produced by Alexis Iacono (Producer of CALIFORNIA DREAMING and THE PIPELINE) also joining The Spiral is Taylor Rogers producing along side.

Paul Stephen Edwards (Director of Photography of KNIFE PARTY and UGLY SWEATER PARTY) is bringing this beautiful genre film with fast cars and sunsets in the desert to life.

Mary C. Russell is a director currently on tour with Etheria Film Night a Female Directors Genre Film Festival, touring across the United States this year.

Poster illustration by Daniella Batsheva.

About Mary C. Russell
Mary C. Russell is a horror film director, originally from the Bay Area but grew up a little differently then the average American girl. Moving to Singapore at eight years old as an expat. Currently now located in Los Angeles two years out of Columbia College Hollywood graduating in 2014 with a BFA majoring in directing.

Horror movies make you feel on edge but comfortable at the same time and everyone comes out of a horror film interpreting it in a different way. This feeling is addicting.

'Feed the Devil' in August

Feed the DevilUncork'd Entertainment will be tempting you to feed the beast, the devil that is, this coming August.

Feed the Devil will be available on Demand August 2. Check out the full official details below.

From The Press Release
Available from Aug 2 on Demand, Max Perrier’s Feed the Devil stars genre favorite Jared Cohn (Pernicious, Sharknado : Heart of Sharkness) as a man who goes head-to-head with a demonic beast in the wilderness.

Given a map to marijuana planted in the remote wilderness of Alaska, Marcus and his girlfriend Stella head off on an expedition to cut down the crop and make easy money.

The mission quickly turns deadly when Stella vanishes and the quest to find her uncovers a trail of victims tied to an ancient Indian myth.

The search becomes a lethal game of survival when they are hunted down by the demonic beast behind the legend.

Written by Perrier and Matthew Altman, Feed the Devil stars Jared Cohn, Ardis Barrow, Victoria Curtain, Brandon Perrault, Nahka Bertrand, Tyson Houseman and Marco Collin.

'The Sloths' are back from the grave

The SlothsBy Jonathan Weichsel

Horror director Kansas Bowling (B.C. Butcher) is a huge music fan, and she recently sent me a tip about a cool new rock album that was literally fifty years in the making. In 1965 five boys, aged fifteen to seventeen, some students at Beverly Hills High, some dropouts, formed a garage rock band called The Sloths. After playing at venues around Hollywood such as The Stratford, Sea Witch, The Hullabaloo, Hollywood Palladium, The Whiskey, Bito Lidos, and The Galaxy, and sharing bills with The Doors, Love, Iron Butterfly, The Seeds, Pink Floyd and The Animals, The Sloths were approached by Impression Records and recorded two original songs; “Makin’ Love” and “You Mean Everything To Me.” The band made the rounds of the major radio stations, hoping to have their record played. But “Makin’ Love” was considered too controversial, and “You Mean Everything To Me’” was only played on air once. By the end of the summer of 1966, the group had disbanded.

Now, fifty years later, The Sloths have gotten back together, and have just recorded their first EP, titled The Sloths Back From the Grave, and have played over seventy gigs, including 2015’s SXSW Festival, the Ponderosa Stomp in New Orleans, the Ugly Things 30th Anniversary in San Diego, and Purple Weekend in Leon, Spain.

So, I am sure you are asking yourselves, why am I writing about a sixties garage rock band on a website that covers horror? Well, the lead singer of The Sloths is none other than director Tom McLoughlin, director of my personal favorite Friday the 13th movie, Jason Lives. That's right. Before he directed Jason Lives: Friday the 13th part VI, Tom McLoughlin was an aspiring rock star.

VIRAL set to spread its virus on DVD

ViralBy Seth Metoyer

Anytime we as horror fans read the words "From the Producer Of The Visit, The Purge, And Insidious", we tend to take note. Even though that doesn't necessarily mean much, because it's not the writer or director, however we're still intrigued.

Enter VIRAL, the upcoming thriller from Anchor Bay Entertainment releasing on DVD August 2, 2016. Read all about it below from the official release.

From The Press Release:
Spread the word that an epidemic is coming. The heart-pounding thriller Viral will be released on DVD August 2, 2016 from Anchor Bay Entertainment, Radius-TWC and Dimension Films and on Digital HD July 29, 2016 and On Demand August 2, 2016 from Starz Digital. The film stars Sofia Black-D'Elia (Project Almanac, “The Messengers”), Analeigh Tipton (Crazy, Stupid, Love, Lucy), Travis Tope (Independence Day: Resurgence), and Michael Kelly (“House of Cards,” Now You See Me, The Adjustment Bureau). Viral is an IM Global and Blumhouse International/Busted Shark Production, with producers Jason Blum, Sherryl Clark, and Matt Kaplan, is directed by the dynamic duo Henry Joost (Nerve, Paranormal Activity 3 & 4) and Ariel Schulman (Nerve, Paranormal Activity 3 & 4), and was written by Barbara Marshall and Christopher Landon.

Teenaged sisters Emma (Sofia Black-D’Elia) and Stacey (Analeigh Tipton) live a normal life, until their small suburban neighborhood is stricken with a mysterious parasitic virus. As the disease rapidly spreads throughout the town, the two band together to barricade themselves from infection. But it may already be too late – when the virus enters their home, the sisters are faced with an impossible choice: protect each other, or survive the virus.

'Ballet of Blood' releases on Blu-ray

Ballet of Blood BlurayThe film that is possibly too European for Americans but not too beautiful for bloodshed, is now available on Blu-ray, thanks to Chad Armstrong at LC Films, who engineered the project for LeglessCorpse: The website for True Independent Horror.

His team has manufactured this wonderful product to satisfy collectors' demands, with breathtaking scans of the original elements, to bring you a movie viewing experience with crystal clarity, for a completely gratifying 98 minute thrill-ride of gory ballerina mayhem. Digitally remastered in stunning High Definition.

The disc has extras that aren't included on the DVD, including the never-before-seen audition videos, where desperate young thespians bare their acting chops…. And much much more - to be an onscreen ballerina! A few very rare cassette tapes of the music from the motion picture soundtrack will also me included for some lucky buyers.

The BluRay can be purchased here for a mere 10 dollars here.

Ain’t It Cool News says…. “[Ballet of Blood is] “Solid… Fun… Compelling… Extremely poetic… Complex and intriguing… delivers big ideas … I appreciated a lot.”

You can also check it out on DVD, VHS, rent or buy On Demand, or rent from your local Family Video store.

Synopsis: After years of emotional abuse and body shaming, two ballerina's drug-fueled fantasy, of viciously attacking their ballet school, becomes reality. Meanwhile, a nerdy ballerina starts writing a novel based on the events that transpired, deeply offending some for turning such sensitive material into a book, for young audiences. Soon, her and her sister realize every word being typed is somehow altering real life. Will this strange and psychedelic paralleling fantasy carry the sisters, along with anyone else, to a merciless blood-splattered doom?

The Conjuring 2 (2016) Review

The Conjuring 2Reviewed by Jesse Miller

After I saw the first Conjuring film, I was excited. Given the amount of stories from Ed and Lorraine Warren, you could, if developed right, have a great little franchise on your hands.

So when The Conjuring 2 was announced, with Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga and James Wan all back, I was sold.

The Conjuring 2 jumps across the pond to London, England and we are introduced to the Hodgson family, who start to be tormented by the spirit of an elderly man. Enter: Ed and Lorraine Warren – and the investigation begins!

The film has a delightful cast, from Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga (both apart and together) to Frances O’Connor and the excellent child actors, who pull their weight wonderfully.

The film also features a great supporting cast, with Simon McBurney and Franka Potente representing opposing viewpoints, almost as a duel between skepticism and belief, that the real life case had throughout its duration.

Chad and Carey Hayes return to write the script, along with David Leslie Johnson and the story is another solid old-fashioned ghost story, with some twist and turns in the story that surprise and delight.

James Wan has a great eye for film. This is a fantastically shot film, with some sequences being wonderfully inspired. Wan always had a keen sense to build dread and horror and he conjures up some great imagery here throughout.

First teaser poster and official trailer for '31' release

31The first teaser poster and official trailer for the highly anticipated Rob Zombie film 31 has released.

Check out the creepy trailer below the synopsis. "31" will release in theaters October 21st from Saban Films and Lionsgate.

From the visionary mind of Rob Zombie (House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil's Rejects, Halloween) comes the horrific story of five carnival workers who are kidnapped the night before Halloween and held hostage in a large compound. At the mercy of their captors, they are forced to play a twisted game or life or death called 31. For the next 12 hours they must fight for their lives against an endless parade of homicidal maniacs.

Written & Directed by: Rob Zombie

Executive Producers: Mike Goodridge

Producers: Rob Zombie, Andy Gould, Matthew Perniciaro and Michael Sherman, Eddie Vaisman, Mike Elliott

Cinematography by: David Daniel

Music by: Jeff Cardoni

Edited by: Glenn Garland

Cast: Sheri Moon Zombie, Malcom McDowell, Meg Foster, Elizabeth Daily, Sandra Rosko, Richard Brake

'House of Manson' gets U.S. release date

House of MansonThe bio-pic crime drama House of Manson will release in the United States on digital and physical media on August 5th from Gravitas Ventures.

Read more about the film from the official details below.

From The Press Release
Following a successful film festival run, director Brandon Slagle's "House of Manson" - a tense crime drama based on the life of notorious criminal Charles Manson, will be making its debut on digital platforms and physical media on August 5th in the United States from Gravitas Ventures.

Previously released in the UK as "Manson", the film follows the life of Charles Manson from childhood to his arrest at Barker Ranch following his involvement in the deaths at the Tate and LaBianca residences (among others) during the summer of 1969, which ultimately led to his trial and sentencing.

Charles Manson, Tex Watson, Patricia Krenwinkel, and Leslie Van Houten all remain incarcerated to this day.

The film stars Ryan Kiser (Dead Sea) in the title role of Charles Manson. Having previously portrayed the role in the unrelated short film "Lie" in 2009, Kiser's performance has gained accolades for his fresh take on the character, portraying him not as the ranting caricature often seen in low budget film adaptations of the story but as a flawed, human individual who also happens to be responsible for some of the most heinous acts in United States history.

Also garnering acclaim is Devanny Pinn's (The Black Dahlia Haunting) chilling portrayal of Susan Atkins, who has since died in prison of brain cancer, and Reid Warner's (Oren Peli's Area 51) harrowing and unsettling take on Charles "Tex" Watson - who now ironically runs a Christian outreach program from prison.

'Consumption' spreading to stores this Summer

ConsumptionIndie film Consumption will be hitting stores and on VOD July 26.

Check out the official details and trailer below for the film that Ain't It Cool News called "Prince of Darkness meets Evil Dead feel here."

From The Press Release
WildEye Releasing has announced the July 26 DVD and VOD release for Brandon Scullion's debut feature, Consumption. Since the world premiere on the festival circuit, Consumption has been praised by critics. Famous Monsters described the feature as "gruesome goulash of ghosts, cults, and good ol' demons".

A group of friends travel to the snowy Utah mountains for a weekend retreat. One brings with him a dark secret that could destroy their lives forever.

As they prepare to face an ancient secret buried in the woods outside their winter resort, an unstoppable evil begins to grow, consuming them one by one.

The DVD release of Consumption will include a feature-length commentary with writer-director Brandon Scullion and a behind the scenes featurette.

'Summer Camp' to release in August

Summer Camp By Seth Metoyer

There's just something about Summer that screams horror, especial when it's spent at camp. This time around it's the counselors who are in deep trouble.

Check out all the official details for Summer Camp below.

From The Press Release
Summer vacation will never be the same once the adrenaline-filled, terrifying, roller-coaster ride of a horror story, Summer Camp, arrives on DVD (plus Digital), Digital HD and On Demand on August 2 from Lionsgate. What starts out as an exciting vacation abroad turns into a nightmare for four camp counselors in this petrifying film that will make audiences think twice about where they want to spend their summer.

From a producer of The Conjuring, and starring Diego Boneta and Maiara Walsh, Summer Camp will be available on DVD for the suggested retail price of $19.98.

An unseen terror strikes in this heart-pounding thriller about a group of counselors who desperately need to escape their camp before they’re infected by a mysterious virus.

Additional casting details unveiled for Cartel thriller 'California Dreaming'

California DreamingNew casting details have been released for the upcoming feature thriller California Dreaming.

Louis Mandylor (My Big Fat Greek Wedding 1-2/ Code Of Honor), Johnathan Goldstein (Drake & Josh) and Noel Gugliemi (The Fast and the Furious/ Training Day) have been added to the cast.

About California Dreaming
From the newly formed Jaguar Motion Pictures, "California Dreaming" is an upcoming feature length action-filled crime thriller projected to release in early 2017.

Directed by Brandon Slagle (House of Manson) and written by Robert Thompson. Newcomer Bronwyn Carrie-Wilson stars alongside scream queen Devanny Pinn (The Black Dahlia Haunting) with Jacqui Holland (Limelight), Eric Etebari (2 Fast 2 Furious/ The Lincoln Lawyer) Jose Rosete (Inferno By Dante), Victor Boneva (The Bridge/ Constantine), Sarah French, Michelle Romano, Kevin Caliber (Supergirl) and Telenovela starlet Adriana Fonseca (Corazon Valiente) are among those cast thus far with fight choreography by Black Belt Magazine contributor Jason McNeil.

Produced by Alexis Iacono, Donna Kopp and John Kopp, "California Dreaming" marks Slagle's first full foray into the action genre, after directing such horror genre fare as "The Black Dahlia Haunting" and "Dead Sea".

Killer Dames: Arrow Films releases 'The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave' and 'The Red Queen Kills Seven Times'

Killer DamesReviewed by Kevin Scott

Arrow Films has solidified itself as a pristine oasis amidst the barren deserts of substandard Blu Ray transfers and the sadly basic re-releases of beloved and forgotten classics. A bold statement I know, but completely and entirely true. I’ve been lucky enough to get my hands on the Arrow versions of seminal classics from the 1970’s and 80’s that burned their influence into my cinema sensibilities from the first time I saw them on UHF or VHS.

This new “Killer Dames” edition is a double feature of giallo from Emilio Mariglia, and it’s everything the giallo moniker brings with it. Boobs, blood, black gloves, even black boots, and a cloaked supernatural figure on a murderous rampage, all drizzled in that special 1970’s sauce where the skirts were short, the collars are wide, and solid color clothing was scarce. I love everything about this set, and as a huge giallo fan, I love it even more that it gets the deluxe treatment with new special features only on the Arrow version.

”The Night Evelyn Came out of the Grave” centers around a really unusual protagonist. He’s a brooding, well-to-do playboy who is tortured by the death of his wife Evelyn in childbirth. I say playboy, but a groovy Marque de Sade might fit better. He brings redheaded women back to his castle and tortures them to placate the emptiness he feels about the loss of Evelyn. He’s also haunted by visions of Evelyn, and rides the line between sadism and sanity.

After taking the bad advice from his hooped earring wearing guy friend of looking for girls to take home in strip clubs, he finds a woman willing to marry him and fix his damage psyche. Things get twistier than those country roads leading to the castle, and even supporting players are important in the end. Only a giallo would have a skull faced lady from the grave that still has her cleavage.


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