Jared Masters' new 1960's feature 'Big Hair, Long Lashes' premieres on Amazon

The lost sexploitation masterpiece, Big Hair, Long Lashes, was recently found in a film lab in East Iowa. It was painstakingly restored and released over the weekend on Amazon.com! A mondo erotic explosion of neo-grindhouse sensationalism and poetic lore.

From the tortured mind of horror director Jared Masters (pioneer of Post-Camp), who brought us the modern cult classic, 8 Reels of Sewage, now delivers the newest, grooviest, throwback film yet, with more black lace, chiffons, nightgowns and bed jackets than ever before! With twice the phones of Tarzan! These women. These girls. Expect the unexpected, in this true story of a girl group gone wrong, turning a classy Hollywood hotel into a classless brothel, starring Danika Galido (Slink), Julie Barzman and Lauren Taler (Deadly Punkettes).

Lynette, the luscious high class tramp most men would long to have a romp and a roll with. Sandra, a girl who didn’t think about becoming a call girl long enough before becoming one. Nancy, a nuance of sights unsound, she won’t even run you a yard for a run at the mill with her. Tammy, if you can tolerate her then you must be hard-bodied, a non-boy, because her taste is tasteless, and her grade is graded ‘A’ for ample physical intelligence. Connie, she thought she knew love, thought the job wouldn’t unlodge her sensitive psyche.

Bobi, a show woman, desperate for change but used to the unchanging cheap tricks each night unfolds for her. Barbara, a good girl going wrong. Traded her virginity for false promises and money, so that she could buy meaningless things. Ronnie, a wanton, thrill-seeker, who simply aches to caress their lovely bodies… and Bertie, just another filthy ape, who pays to play … and stays to rape, proving “ALL MEN ARE BAD! SOME GIRLS ARE TRASHY.” in this bold and daring, once in a lifetime motion picture.

'PEELERS' to have Canadian Theatrical release and U.S. VOD release

By Seth Metoyer
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The makers of the Independent Cult Horror feature film SKEW (2011) bring you their balls-to-the-wall action/horror follow-up flick PEELERS.

Directed by Sevé Schelenz, starring Wren Walker, Caz Odin Darko, and Madison J. Loos, PEELERS will have its Canadian theatrical release March 24, 2017 (from TWMedia Events) and release on VOD March 28, 2017 (from Uncork’d Entertainment).

Read all the official details and watch the theatrical trailer below.

From The Press Release

What starts out as the last hurrah on the closing night of an infamous small-town strip club, quickly turns into a night of bloodshed when a crew of coal miners shows up and with them, a deadly contaminant. Former baseball player and current club owner, Blue Jean Douglas has decided to hand over her bar to a new owner and leave town for good. But Blue Jean’s plans are thwarted when she discovers the magnitude of the epidemic that has been unleashed. With victims piling up, Blue Jean must step up to the plate to protect her family, her friends, and her bar before it's too late and she loses everything she holds dear.

PEELERS destroys the cliché stripper horror sub-genre by giving us a story packed with exciting twists, baseball, strippers of unusual talents and a strong female lead. PEELERS has quickly become 2016’s horror festival darling, premiering in 65 festivals worldwide while carving up 54 nominations and 31 wins. What’s being described as “Rodriguez meets Tarantino” and “… a pretty damn fun trip” (Dread Central) that “any horror fan is going to love from start to finish” (HEAVY Magazine) has Director / Producer Sevé Schelenz hoping to give genre fans the indie horror cult hit of 2017.

Red Band trailer for 'Our Evil' releases

By Seth Metoyer
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Genre specialist, Jinga Films, the company that discovered A SERBIAN FILM, RABIES and THE HOUSE AT THE END OF TIME has just launched its Berlin Film Festival marketing campaign for Samuel Cunha Galli's supernatural thriller OUR EVIL (MAL NOSSO) with a red band trailer that looks like it came direct from the Devil.

Check out the official Red Band trailer below the details.

Set in the seedy underbelly of Sao Paulo, Brasil, an exorcist (Ademir Esteves) uses the dark web to employ a serial killer (Ricardo Casella) to protect his daughter (Laura Pepita) from demonic possession.

Jinga CEO Julian Richards, discovered OUR EVIL whilst serving on the jury of Blood Windows, a genre sidebar of the Latin American film market in Ventana Sur, Argentina. "It's a sensational, stylized film with a narrative that keeps subverting your expectations" said Richards "It's a brutal, terrifying experience, but at it's heart it's about the love a father has for his daughter and the sacrifices he will make to keep her safe".

UK genre stalwart Kim Newman describes OUR EVIL as "a shoo-in for a remake rights sale, but also a possible break-out cult hit with discerning fright fans willing to embrace the subtitled likes of Martyrs, Let the Right One In or Under the Shadow".

'White Slaves of K-Town' available now on Amazon

By Kristine Durst

Banned in Japan! And soon many places elsewhere! The film that is shocking censor boards worldwide, is now available to rent or own on Amazon.com (here), and soon will be everywhere on DVD. Critics agree; White Slaves of K-Town is by far the filthiest horror film of our generation, the Pink Flamingos of 2017. This is not just a movie, this is real life, for thousands of missing girls!

On a shady side-street in Koreatown, a diabolical woman (Dawna Lee Heising) lures in beautiful homeless girls, junkies, speed freaks, illegal aliens, and the average ex-high school prom queen, simply down on her luck. It is in this deadly house of shame that these new victims will be enslaved, and sold on the flesh market. These once innocent young girls will be drugged and loaned out to the next sordid john, who'll pay handsomely for 60 minutes of far out fetishes and demeaning pleasure. Seventeen different women, tortured seventeen different ways! See the psychopath who only gets hot from pink bismuth, poured all over an unsuspecting helpless girl. See mammogram electric shock therapy, to its fullest potential.

This devastating story has many layers of pure macabre. A heist of a rare painting takes us on a stunning journey throughout the seedy streets of Europe, from one brothel to the next, to find out what is going on and where, and most importantly... How bad are these girls being used and abused for profit? They'll be made to suffer from the maddest ways imaginable. Will they survive? Shot in Koreatown over a five year period to capture the authenticity, the blood-soaked realism.

Antibirth (2016) Movie Review

Reviewed by Jonathan Weichsel,
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Antibirth is written and directed by Danny Perez. The film stars Natasha Lyonne, Chloe Sevigny, and Meg Tilly.

Antibirth is billed as a psychedelic horror film, which is what interested me in seeing it. While the film does have one striking psychedelic scene right in the middle, for the most part Antibirth is more drunk than high.

Antibirth is about a heavy-drinking, whip-it huffing, drugged-out woman, Lou, who mysteriously becomes pregnant, even though she doesn't remember having had sex in the last six months. Of course we know right away that the fact that she doesn't remember having had sex doesn't actually mean that she actually hasn't, but she doesn't seem to know this, and neither do the other characters. As her pregnancy progresses she shows unusual symptoms, but instead of taking any meaningful action she just mopes around.

The cast of Antibirth is all around excellent, the film's desolate, snowy Midwestern setting adds atmosphere, and the depiction of drunk, drugged out thirty-something year olds is spot on. There is also something fun about watching the two main girls get totally wasted as they sit around Lou's trailer and watch TV or drive around or whatever. The big problem with Antibirth is that Lou is too passive a protagonist to really hold an audience's attention. Because she doesn't really seem to care what happens to her, neither do we. This isn't the actresses' fault. It's the fault of a script that doesn't give her very much to do.

The psychedelic scene in the middle of Antibirth, which is the basis of the film's marketing, is excellent, but the problem is that there isn't enough of it, and it really doesn't have much to do with the rest of the film. It's more of a red herring then a revelation, in that it serves as misdirection instead of moving the plot forward.

Trailer unveiled for Jared Masters' bloody sword-and-sandal epic 'Absolute Vow'

Dawna Lee Heising,
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Once in a great while; a motion picture comes along that grips you to your spiritual core, while tantalizing with terror, tormenting with elements of horror, and tranquilizing you with fear. The film in question: Absolute Vow.

Viewers will be instantly immersed into a stunning world of surrealism, in glorious two-strip technicolor. A rekindling of the deep faith you once had. It is the latest from Grindhouse Guru, Jared Masters. A true Biblical tragedy. The strange, brutal story of Jephthah's daughter.

One thousand years before Christ, in an age where pagans ran rampant... Incest and child sacrifices were common place, for false gods that consumed the minds of many wicked men, until the shocking story of a virgin ... without a name, made its way into the Holy Canon, and now, fully embellished for the first time, by the Sultan of Sensationalism, Jared Masters.

The strangest story in the Bible is finally fleshed out, into a new kind of cinematic experience, starring Parker Love Bowling and her big sister, Kansas, plus Andy Dick’s daughter, Meg, Michael Madsen’s son, Kal, and the infamous Lloyd Kaufman.... The true tale of a mighty warrior. Will he kill his only daughter?

Absolute Vow has wrapped principal photography, that means the film is guaranteed to wind up on the screen of your home and maybe you’re your local theatre.

This motion picture is a true story, based on the bizarre tale of Jephthah’s daughter, in the Old Testament. It has been called the strangest story in the Bible.

New Collector’s Edition Blu-ray of 'Firestarter' releasing from Scream Factory

Seth Metoyer,
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A new Collector’s Edition Blu-ray of Firestarter will become available on March 14th, 2017 via Scream Factory.

I'm excited about this one as it's one of my personal favorite Stephen King movie adaptations. Check out all the details below, including a lot of new bonus features.

From The Press Release
Based on the unforgettable best-seller by esteemed horror author Stephen King, Firestarter chronicles the extraordinary life of Charlene "Charlie" McGee. Eight-year-old Drew Barrymore stars as the child who has the amazing ability to start fires with just a glance. Can her psychic power and the love of her father save her from "The Shop," the threatening government agency which wants to control her…or destroy her?

Available March 14th, 2017 from Scream Factory, the Collector’s Edition of Firestarter comes loaded with bonus features, including a new 2k scan of the inter-positive film element, new interviews with director Mark L. Lester, actors Freddie Jones and Drew Snyder, stuntman/actor Dick Warlock and Johannes Schmoelling of Tangerine Dream, a new exclusive performance of “Charlie’s Theme” by Johannes Schmoelling of Tangerine Dream, radio spots, and more!

The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016) Review

Reviewed by Jesse Miller,
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A father and son team of coroners are planning to close up shop for the night when the local police drop a Jane Doe in their laps and requests a cause of death for the press by the next morning. With no time to argue, they get to work on dissecting what's going on.

THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE plays out almost like a theater production, with two leads playing off of each other in the one location trying to uncover this bizarre situation they are in while the story also explores their relationship.

In that regard, it is absolutely masterful in its execution of tension as the film goes on and things get stranger and stranger.

Praise has to be thrown to the film makers here for their attention to detail and shocking reveals. Every twist, every turn of events, every little thing that plays out occurs in a way that surprised me and worked to bring the tension to near excruciating points.

It's a film in which sound design plays a large part in working to unnerve you. I can't talk about what it is, I can't talk about how it does but I will say that it's wonderfully skin crawling to behold.

Speaking of skin crawling, this being a film regarding an autopsy - things get into the realm of body horror Cronenberg style, with some gruesome attention to detail regarding the whole procedure.

Special nod goes to actress Olwen Catherine Kelly, who plays the titular Jane Doe. For the whole movie, she's laying on a cold metal slab completely naked while two men talk over her. Sure, they cut around her but for all the shots she is in and still, I'd say she deserves applause.

First Look At Upcoming Horror Comedy #FromJennifer

by Seth Metoyer,
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#FromJennifer is the third installment of James Cullen Bressack's JENNIFER franchise. It stars Tony Todd, Derek Mears and Danielle Taddei as the new Jennifer. Check out all the details below as well as the trailer for #FromJennifer.

From The Press Release

Horror icons Tony Todd (Candyman, the Final Destination series) and Derek Mears (Friday the 13th, Predators) join Aaron Abrams (Hannibal, Blindspot), Meghan Deanna Smith (Sharknado: Heart of Sharkness), Trae Ireland (13/13/13) and Danielle Taddei (Pretty Little Liars) in #FromJennifer, the latest feature film from writer/director Frank Merle (The Employer).

#FromJennifer follows a struggling actress named Jennifer as she tries to navigate the high-pressure world of social media stardom. When she gets dropped by her manager for not having a big enough social media following, Jennifer loses her grip on reality and sets out on a bizarre revenge plan, designed to be filmed and posted online in a desperate bid for internet fame.

#FromJennifer is the third installment in the Jennifer franchise of found-footage horror- comedies, a spiritual sequel to To Jennifer (directed by James Cullen Bressack) and its sequel 2 Jennifer (directed by Hunter Johnson). #FromJennifer features a stand-alone plot and characters, connected to its predecessors through the themes of obsession and surveillance. The first two films were shot entirely on the iPhone, while #FromJennifer was shot using multiple GoPro cameras.

An Anti-Hero Production Genre Fest Comes to Flappers Comedy Club

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An Anti-Hero Production has announced its second annual an Anti-Hero Production Genre Fest at Flapper Comedy Club - Burbank. This will be a 3-day event lasting from January 27th – 29th 2017. Read more about the festival below.

From The Press Release
An Anti-Hero Production Genre Fest focuses on promoting genre films produced around the world - from Horror to Dark Comedy and everything in between. This year’s festival will be showcasing films from USA, Ireland, Philippines, India, Germany, Hungary, Spain, Canada and Israel.

Festival director, Edward Payson, will be hosting the event. Dinner with the Dwyers, The Itch, Book Club, and Pussy, Pussy, Pussy, directed by Edward Payson, will also be screening at the event. Additional films which will be showcased at the event are: All Through the House, Triumph of Time, Nilalang (The Entity), Innocent Sleep, Binaural, Demon Hunter, Shadows Fall, A Different Set of Cards and several other intriguing films that will twist your mind.

'We Are the Flesh' begins US theatrical rollout

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Emiliano Rocha Minter's nightmare fantasy horror film We Are the Flesh kicked off its theatrical rollout on Friday, December 13 in Los Angeles and continues opening through January 27 in select cities.

Check out all the official details and release dates below.

From The Press Release
Arrow Films has announced the January 2017 theatrical rollout of Emiliano Rocha Minter's We Are the Flesh. After a thought-provoking and acclaimed year on the festival circuit, the film will screen in over ten cities across the United States. Visionary, unrelenting, and not for the faint-hearted, Rocha Minter's provocative and explicit creation is an erotic inferno of the senses that manages to pack all manner of delirium into its short running time. We Are the Flesh will open in Los Angeles at Laemmle's Ahrya Fine Arts Theatre January 13th and in New York City on January 20 at Cinema Village.

We Are the Flesh will also open for week long runs in Laredo and San Antonio on January 13, Denver and New Orleans on January 20, and San Francisco, Pittsburgh and Columbus on January 27.

Special screenings include El Paso, Houston, Phoenix, Cleveland, Portland and Albuquerque throughout January and February.

Hailed by Oscar-winning Mexican directors Alfonso Cuaron (Gravity) and Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu (The Revenant), We Are the Flesh stars Noé Hernández as a post-apocalyptic hermit eager to transform the ashes of the world and María Evoli and Diego Gamaliel as the starving siblings under his thrall.

The Monster (2016) review

Reviewed by Kevin Scott,
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The Monster (2016)
Written by: Bryan Bertino
Directed by: Bryan Bertino
Cast: Zoe Kazan (Kathy), Ella Ballentine (Lizzy), Scott Speedman (Roy), Aaron Douglas (Jesse)

Sometimes the term “parental instinct” can be a bit of a misnomer. It doesn’t come naturally to everyone. Matter of fact, some are really, really bad at it. For those that might lack a proficient level of parental swagger, another strategy might be to take the cool parent approach. Low on discipline and drunk on fun.

Unfortunately for Lizzy, her mom, Kathy is just plain drunk. Her parents were probably pretty young when she was born, and both have moved on from one another. Lizzy is staying with her Mom and an intermittent boyfriend. Between the three of them, Lizzy is the most responsible, and definitely the most put upon. Every morning she plays the role of the only sober one after the party by cleaning up the empties, and waking up the inebriated.

Things are never good or even normal between her and her mom, and several flashbacks throughout the film play out a very abusive relationship built on unrequited love, and physical and mental abuse fueled by her mother’s alcohol addiction. So it may make for some awkward conversation in the car, when Kathy has to drive Lizzy to see her dad. He’s never seen, but the impression is that he’s remarried and is currently the only stable thing in Lizzy’s life. Deep down, Kathy knows that Lizzy really wants to live with him.

After a car accident, Kathy and Lizzy find themselves waiting on a tow truck to pick them and their car up. Watching in the woods is a monster that doesn’t seem to be too particular about its victims, but as the night plays out Kathy and Lizzy seem to be the most elusive ones, and a cat and mouse game ensues when their every chance to get away ending up getting killed, dismembered and wrecked.

'Wolf House' howls its way to DVD

By Seth Metoyer,
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Matt D. Lord's Wolf House has sunk its teeth into DVD. The film is currently available as a Walmart Exclusive and will be available everywhere January 17th from Wild Eye Releasing.

Read all the details below.

"Tons of fun, and most importantly, has lots and lots of monsters" --Found Footage Critic

From The Press Release
Wild Eye Releasing has announced the January 17th nationwide DVD release of Wolf House. Directed by Matt D. Lord, Wolf House was scripted by Ken Cosentino and Elizabeth Houlihans and stars Cosentino along with Jessica Bell and Marcus Ganci-Rotella. A daring mashup of found footage and monster movies, Wolf House is currently an exclusive on Walmart shelves.

Six friends on a camping trip think they have discovered, captured and killed a Sasquatch. But what they have actually unleashed is something more evil, more ancient and more deadly than they could ever imagine - an army of supernatural terrors that will hunt them until none of them remain.

HAVENHURST set to release in select theaters and VOD


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The upcoming horror film HAVENHURST opens on February 10 in Los Angeles, select cities and VOD.

The film is written and directed by Andrew C. Erin (SAM'S LAKE, SIMPLE THINGS) and stars Julie Benz (Hawaii Five-0, Defiance, Dexter), Fionnula Flannagan (LITTLE SECRET, Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street, Defiance, Lost), Belle Shouse (Secrets and Lies, SUMMER'S SHADOW, A MILLION WAYS TO DIE IN THE WEST), Josh Stamberg (The Affair, Parenthood), Toby Huss (BIG BEAR, GIRLFRIEND'S DAY, Halt and Catch Fire), Matt Lasky (THE PURGE: ANARCHY), Danielle Harris (SEE NO EVIL 2) and Douglas Tait (Jack The Reaper, The Quest).

About HAVENHURST
Welcome to Havenhurst, a gothic apartment complex in the heart of New York City’s historic Tudor City district. A beautifully maintained, turn-of-the-century building that houses over 3,000 residents… and countless dark secrets. The rent is what you can afford and the rules are simple: live a good and decent life and you can stay forever. Break the rules and…

Jackie (Julie Benz), a troubled young woman with an unyielding alcohol addiction, is released from rehab and given a second chance with a new job and a furnished apartment at Havenhurst. Guilt-ridden over the tragic loss of her 8-year-old daughter, Jackie is quickly drawn into the mysteries of Havenhurst, in particular the unsolved disappearance of the apartment’s previous occupant, a young woman (Danielle Harris) she befriended in rehab who disappeared recently without a trace.

'Cult of Chucky' begins principal photography


By Seth Metoyer,
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Fans of the 2013 film Curse of Chucky (not to mention the rest of the franchise) should be excited, because long await follow up Cult of Chucky is coming.

Check out all the details below.

From The Press Release
Cult of Chucky, an all-new spellbinding chapter of the Child’s Play thriller franchise, begins principal photography in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, on January 9, 2017. The seventh film in the blockbuster series will be released in a bone-chilling Unrated Version on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital HD in fall 2017 — just in time for Halloween. Packed with the franchise’s signature blend of horror and demented humor, Cult of Chucky is the latest production from Universal 1440 Entertainment, a production entity of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

“It’s hard to believe that it’s been nearly 30 years since Chucky first terrified moviegoers in Child’s Play,” said Glenn Ross, General Manager and Executive Vice President, Universal 1440 Entertainment. “Since then the films have generated millions in worldwide box-office revenue. Now Chucky’s back with more scores to settle in his trademark twisted style, and you can bet he won’t stop until he gets his revenge.”

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