Official Trailer for MIDNIGHTERS releases

The official Trailer for the thriller film MIDNIGHTERS, which is premiering at the LA Film Festival on Monday, June 19th at 9:35 PM at the ArcLight Culver City, has released.

Check out the trailer and some screen stills below the details.

About Midnighters
MIDNIGHTERS marks the debut feature of director Julius Ramsay (“The Walking Dead”) and features compelling and complicated female leads played by Alex Essoe (Starry Eyes, Tales of Halloween), Perla Haney-Jardine (Steve Jobs, Spider-Man 3) along with strong performances by Dylan McTee (MTV's "Sweet Vicious") and Ward Horton (Annabelle, The Wolf of Wall Street).

Midnight, New Year’s Eve: when all the hopes of new beginnings come to life – except for Lindsey and Jeff Pittman, whose strained marriage faces the ultimate test after they cover up a terrible crime and find themselves entangled in a Hitchcockian web of deceit and madness. From Walking Dead director Julius Ramsay, Midnighters is a layered, enigmatic thriller set in the Gothic backwoods of New England – the perfect place to get away with murder.

"Uncompromising and intense, first-time director Julius Ramsay has crafted a highly stylized and visually scintillating suspense thriller."
– Mark Maynard, LAFF Programmer

'A Serbian Documentary' in production from Unearthed Films and Contra Films

By Seth Metoyer

Unearthed Films and Contra Films are now in production on A Serbian Documentary. Fans of the controversial film A Serbian Film will definitely be all about this one.

Check out the official details below and keep checking back to MoreHorror for more details about this project as they become available.

From The Press Release
Director Stephen Biro and Jason Koch are co-directing along with Srdjan Spasojevic producing along side Unearthed Films, Contra Films and Dire Wit Films.

A Serbian Documentary will take an exclusive look at “SRPSKI FILM” aka A Serbian Film and the world wide reactions of one of the most talked about, controversial films of the last decade. A Serbian Film has been banned and censored and has even had legal charges brought against film festival promoters just for showing it. With over 60 hours of behind the scenes footage that has never been seen before. This full length feature film will give the fans, the ultimate exploration of one of the most talked about films in horror history.

This in-depth documentary will have exclusive interviews with the actors, crew members, writers and of course, Sdjan Spasojevic, Director of A Serbian Film. Celebrity interviews of what they thought while watching this for the 1st time and how it would affect the cinema world. Whether good or bad, we will hear from critics, film makers, distributors and film festival programmers and get their honest reactions of A Serbian Film.

‘The Mummy’ (2017) Film Review

The Mummy PosterReviewed by Jesse Miller,

The first in what will be the Dark Universe, a cinematic world sharing new takes on Universal’s creatures, The Mummy is a weird mix of classical horror and adventure tropes with the Tom Cruise Actioner that is spectacle and action.

The first half of the film establishes the creepy nature of The Mummy herself, Princess Ahmanet (Sofia Boutella), while introducing us to our present cast, among them the roguish soldier Nick Morton (Tom Cruise), who stumbles upon Ahmanet’s prison beneath the surface.

Things are suitably creepy in this first half. There’s ghostly hallucinations, soul-sucking and strange seductive daydreams, all wonderfully presented with impressive set design and exciting visuals.

The film shifts into horror as the audience and Nick Morton learn more about this Ahmanet while she’s on a quest of her own, to find her chosen. There’s jump scares abound and Ahmanet herself moves across the space of the frame disjointedly – it’s all terribly effective.

It’s when we meet Russell Crowe’s Dr Jekyll that things become busier and the writing starts to buckle under the idea of juggling so many different story points. There are illusions to other creatures, as the Dark Universe starts to build its narrative, Ahmanet is doing her mummy routine of being godly and seductive, and Nick Morton is wondering what kind of person he really is.

We don’t know, Nick. We can’t tell you what kind of person you are, because the movie doesn’t really tell us anything about you after we meet you.

Ahmanet suffers the same problem. After the initial horror of her fades, she doesn’t have much of a motive behind what she’s really setting out to do. She’s just sort of executing her plan --- and that’s it.

With Boris Karloff’s Imhotep, you could feel his heartache at his lost love. A similar thing happened with 1999’s The Mummy, where you could see the hurt in Arnold Vosloo’s eyes, so you had an understanding of what drives him. He was repulsive, sure, but interesting.

Book Review: ‘Skitter’ by Ezekiel Boone

SkitterReviewed by Jesse Miller

The sequel to The Hatching, Ezekiel Boone’s Skitter is the type of skin-crawling creature feature that definitely deserves its place among other fantastic creature fare, such as Eight Legged Freaks!, Tarantula – or one of my personal favourites, Richard Ryan’s ode to B-movie horror FUNNELWEB.

Set across the US to China to Brazil and more, this globe-trotting thriller takes place after the event that was The Hatching, where thousands upon thousands of spiders have hatched from within bodies across the world, plunging life as we know it into chaos.

The people that are left behind, from civilians to military personal to scientists, have to decide what to do with the spider threat that still exists. Meanwhile, something big is found in Japan – a writhing, glowing enormous egg sack that could bring about another wave of flesh-eating spiders.

Man oh man, this was one hell of a ride. From the politics at the white house to the tensions in Japan about the tuck-sized egg sack, Skitter is a thriller with a breakneck pace, rushing from one delightfully gruesome set piece to another.

Boone wastes zero time getting to events, deftly pulling at the strings of his characters like a master in suspense. The best thing is that he knows exactly which audience to write for – the gore-loving, thrill-seeking b-movie crowd.

If that sounds like you, Skitter will not disappoint. A pregnant woman harbouring spiders within her is pulled into quarantine, a man wakes up to a spider on his face. Why? He doesn’t know. What happens to the pregnant woman? We don’t know. We fill in the gruesome blanks – and so does Boone, seemingly relishing every skin-crawling detail.

'The Belko Experiment' is fun, but not extraordinary

By: DS

The official synopsis of the movie reads, In a twisted social experiment, 80 Americans are locked in their high-rise corporate office in Bogotá, Colombia and ordered by an unknown voice coming from the company's intercom system to participate in a deadly game of kill or be killed.

According to the film's synopsis and its trailer, I was actually expecting something like Saw or The Hunger Games -- kinda edge of the seat movie. But where it fails is in its originality. The Battle Royale (Japanese) formula has been done time and time again, and here we get the straightest form of it, with zero deviation from the norm and zero unique perspective.

The whole set up for the movie had a somewhat interesting concept. What do people do when they are trapped in a situation where the only way out is to kill others? I will not agree to this one as a completely original idea, but it had some potential to be thought provoking if there is some kind of message it is trying to send, or some aspect of society it is trying to satirize. The killings and the bloodbath are well executed, if you are into seeing how some office workers murder each other.

Once the killings end though, ultimately there was nothing there! No deep thoughts. No important message. No point at all, really. The closest thing I can up with for meaning in the movie is that in the end, they basically admit there was no real reason for the experiment to be conducted in first place. And so conducting cruel experiments without a purpose is a bad thing.

The moment chaos ensues, different people react in different ways. It's sort of like the Walking Dead in that sense, but the Walking Dead has time to develop its themes and characters long enough for you to extract some meaning. In a sense, the pointlessness of the experiment and the killing is reflected in the pointlessness of the movie itself.

All aboard the scary ride of 'INNER GHOSTS'
INNER GHOSTS, dubbed as "The scariest independent horror film for 2017", is a scary ride into the heart of a woman who's about to face a longtime enemy - a demon in the making - for the last time. What brings these two characters together and what they will do to each other is just one side of the story. What happens next promises to blow your mind.

The film production is in the finishing funds stage and needs your to help to get the movie's best sound possible finished via the Kickstarter campaign.

INNER GHOSTS is completely shot and edited. All digital effects are finished. Help the filmmakers get to end of their journey by donating to the Kickstarter campaign today by clicking here.

INNER GHOSTS is a horror feature film entirely produced in Lisbon, Portugal.

"If ghosts can function and remember who they were, even though they lack a physical brain, then the brain is not the only place where we store key information about ourselves. The soul is the key."

HELEN is a neuroscience researcher trying to develop a revolutionary therapy to treat degenerative brain diseases like Alzheimer’s. To prove her theories, she needs to run cognitive tests on ghosts: beings who apparently can act and remember without the need of a physical brain – suggesting that unresponsive patients whose brains are too damaged to function can be accessed, somehow, through their living souls.

After the death of her mentor, Helen finds an apartment inhabited by benign ghosts who agree to be tested. The problem is Helen renounced her gift 15 years ago after the loss of her daughter when she made a vow never to contact the other side again. Things start to change when an artist called ELSA begs Helen for some spiritual training hoping to get rid of a demon who has been haunting her for many years.

'For A Few Zombies More' Review

Reviewed by Kevin Scott,

For A Few Zombies More
Written by Chuck Hartsell, Chance Shirley, Michael Shelton
Directed by Chuck Hartsell, Chance Shirley
Cast: Chuck Hartsell (Chuck), Catherine Kinsey (Girl With No Name), Michael Shelton (Lee/Clint), Chris Hartsell (Jim), Mia Frost (Gail)

Sometimes we are so relentless when it comes to our pursuit of compiling the list of films that will become our new favorites, when we really should leave it up to serendipity the way we did all our old ones. I say that because had I not had a low tolerance to pollen, I woudn’t be writing this now. Back about eight years ago (give or take a year), I was up at two o’clock in the morning dealing with a scathing case of allergies. Before the antihistamines kicked in, I had the privilege of watching the best independent zombie comedy I’d ever seen. I was actually a little blown away at how good it was. From there after, it was on my short list of absolute gems that even seasoned horror and genre aficionados might have missed, but absolutely had to see.

That film was HIDE AND CREEP. It was made by Crewless Productions, and the name describes in a very tongue in cheek way how lean the production team was. It was basically two really talented guys from Alabama with some really loyal and equally talented friends. The plot was pretty simple. A zombie apocalypse gradually takes its toll on a small Alabama town. I said it was simple, but I’m really oversimplifying it. Along the way, there’s some very clever writing involving survivalists, government involvement, mass super market paranoia, zombies being afraid of the dark, and a snarky video store clerk that has an intrinsic knowledge of the difference between dead zombies, infected zombies, and just plain old folks possessed by Kandarian demons. They went on to make an equally clever sci-fi creature film called INTERPLANETARY. However, just like the subject matter, Hide and Creep wouldn’t die. It slowly built an underground cult following, and the Crewless guys let it marinate until it was time to tell the rest of the story.

Mike Flanagan's Bollywood remake of 'Oculus' to release

By DS,

Film maker Mike Flanagan (Absentia, Hush, Ouija: Origin of Evil) recently shared about the upcoming Bollywood version poster of his acclaimed horror film Oculus (2013) review.

The Bollywood remake is titled Dobaara (Again) and stars Huma Qureshi reprising the part played by Karen Gillan in the original.

Flanagan wrote on his Official Facebook page "Here's the teaser poster for DOBAARA... the Bollywood remake of OCULUS. This makes me so weirdly happy."

Dobaara was planned for a May 2nd 2017 release in India, however it was later changed to June 2nd 2017. The film is directed by Prawaal Raaman who has earlier directed Indian films such as Gayab, 404 Error Not Found, Darling, Main aur Charles which was loosely based on serial killer Charles Sobhraj. Mike Flanagan is still credited as the original writer and executive producer of the Bollywood Version (As per Wikipedia).

Flanagan is currently busy with Stephen King's adaptation Gerald's Game and soon to be announced The Haunting of Hill House. Meanwhile, Dobaara not only borrows the film's plot, but it also borrows the Poster and the Tagline too.. See Your Evil!

Horror finds its way into the strangest crevices

Horror can be found in many places throughout our society. It can be found in real life true crime stories, in literature and of course in cinema.

With the upcoming horror game Friday The 13th releasing soon, it seems there's no stopping horror from reaching every aspect in society. But have you heard about horror as a theme for slots games?

There happen to be thousands of unique video slots games available with just about any theme you can imagine. One particular theme that has become popular, particularly around Halloween time, is a horror theme. Casino software providers love releasing games with themes that are unique to particular times of the year such as Christmas-themed games in December, Easter-themed games around April, soccer-themed games around the FIFA World Cup and Halloween-themed in October. The Halloween-themed games come in many forms and may revolve around the holiday with children dressed up and plenty of candy on the reels or they may be horror-themed games.

The horror-themed games also come in all shapes and sizes and will suit all players, from those who are looking for a bit of fright to those who enjoy having their hair stand on end. With all sorts of gory graphics including bloody heads, coffins, bloody pickaxes, ghouls, ghosts and witches, you can find whatever horror haunts your dreams.

'Weird Folk' horror comedy to make America weird again

Weird Folk: A Suburban Horror Comedy is a feature film that follows the unsettling misadventures of various residents on election night 2016. Where were you on election night?

The feature film is currently in pre-production and a Kickstarter page has just been launched to help raise funds for it. This one definitely has the potential to be a fun horror comedy.

You can read about all the perks and the campaign by visiting the Kickstarter page here.

About Weird Folk
Weird Folk is told in 4 chapters: A teen makes a terrifying discovery on the dark web, a clown stalks a neighborhood, a chiropractor goes through his worst nightmare, and a couple finds themselves in the crosshairs of a killer.

The story is centered on teen Howie Oden who finds out there's a hit on his step-dad on the dark web. When Howie scours the neighborhood for him, he encounters scary clowns, bullies, strange visitors, and dead bodies.

Although Weird Folk takes place on election night 2016, it's not solely about the election and the hysteria associated with it. It's about the horror that humans can inflict on one another. It is about the ugly monster inside us all. We show all sides of the political spectrum and do not skew in any one direction. More importantly, this story is extremely entertaining and will give you some laughs and some chills. Election 2016 was an anomaly and the events that take place in this movie are as well.

Teaser poster for 'POLAROID' releases

Seth Metoyer,

We were sent over the teaser poster for Dimension Films’ new horror thriller POLAROID from the producers of the THE RING and THE GRUDGE.

The film opens in theaters August 25, 2017. Check out a larger version on the poster below and keep checking back as more details about this film emerge.

From the producers of the THE RING and THE GRUDGE, comes the next iconic horror franchise: POLAROID.

High school loner Bird Fitcher has no idea what dark secrets are tied to the Polaroid vintage camera she stumbles upon, but it doesn’t take long to discover that those who have their picture taken meet a tragic end. Based on the award-winning short by Lars Klevberg, the story mixes elements of THE RING and FINAL DESTINATION to create one of the most unique and scary films.

Kathryn Prescott (FINDING CARTER), Mitch Pileggi (THE X-FILES), Grace Zabriskie (THE GRUDGE), Tyler Young (EYEWITNESS), Keenan Tracey (BATES MOTEL), Samantha Logan (THE FOSTERS), Priscilla Quintana (STRANDED), Madelaine Petsch (RIVERDALE) and Javier Botet (MAMA, IT).

Two Exorcist movies to release in May

By Depressed Satan,

You may call it a coincidence or merely Fate, but this time around, horror fans are about to witness two Exorcism movie coming to scare you in the same month. Yes! the month of May.

One is American Exorcism and another one is Islamic Exorcist.

To start with American Exorcism, directed by Tripp Weathers, the film tells the story of Damon Richter who thought he left the world of possessions, exorcisms, and evil behind until an old friend arrives with frightening information about his estranged daughter knowing that only his otherworldly skills can save her.

American Exorcism will release on VOD and Direct to Video on May 2nd.

Islamic Exorcist, directed by Faisal Saif, an International English Horror film talks about Shia Muslim and Sunni Muslims conflict of understanding where the lives of an Indian couple are devastated when their adopted daughter becomes possessed by a demonic force. The father shoots the daughter to death, However an investigative journalist doesn't believe in their story and becomes determine to know the real truth by going much deeper in the couple's scary past.

The movie is distributed by Cinema Epoch and arrives on May 26th on VOD and Direct to Video.

Poster and Trailer Unveiled for Lawrie Brewster's Gothic Noir 'The Black Gloves'

By Depressed Satan,

Director Lawrie Brewster and writer Sarah Daly are back with Gothic noir The Black Gloves, a 1940s-set chiller featuring the Owlman, the iconic villain and viral sensation from their acclaimed debut feature Lord of Tears.

The Black Gloves tells the story of a psychologist obsessed with the disappearance of his young patient, and the menacing owl-headed figure that plagued her nightmares. His investigations lead him to a reclusive ballerina who, just like his patient, is convinced that she is about to die at the hands of this disturbing entity. In the bleak Scottish highlands, Finn counsels his new patient, under the watchful eye of her sinister ballet teacher. He soon finds himself entangled in a ballet of paranoia, dark agendas and a maze of deadly twists and turns, as the legend of the Owlman becomes a terrifying reality.

The film stars Spanish horror icon Macarena Gomez, best known for her role as the iconic sea priestess in Stuart Gordon's Dagon and her recent powerhouse performance in Musarañas (Shrew's Nest). Also starring are genre legend Nicholas Vince (Hellraiser, Nightbreed) and Jamie Scott-Gordon, who won much praise for his performance in Brewster's gritty folk horror The Unkindness of Ravens. Alexandra Nicole Hulme (Girls,Smash, Glee), an acclaimed dancer and choreographer, who also appeared in Lord of Tears, stars as the troubled ballerina

The film continues the trend for black and white horror alongside recent titles such as A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, The Eyes of My Mother and A Field in England, but for inspiration for the film, and its style, Brewster and Daly looked to cinema history.

'The Bone Box' is sure to haunt viewers

Seth Metoyer,

Horror film 'THE BONE BOX' has recently begun principal photography in LA.

The film is about a grave robber who comes to believe he's being haunted by those he stole from. Not all graves are quiet.

Check out some of the first stills below the official release.

From The Press Release
THE BONE BOX is a horror film that began principal photography on April 10th in Los Angeles. Written, directed and produced by newcomer Luke Genton, the film tells the story of a grave robber who comes to believe that he’s being haunted by those he stole from. THE BONE BOX is a character-driven ghost story in the vein of THE OTHERS and INSIDIOUS.

The film stars Michelle Krusiec (THE INVITATION), Maria Olsen (STARRY EYES, PERCY JACKSON & THE OLYMPIANS: THE LIGHTNING THIEF), and newcomer Gareth Koorzen. Rounding out the cast is Jamie Bernadette (I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE: DÉJÀ VU), Aaron Schwartz (GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2, GOSSIP GIRL), David Chokachi (BAYWATCH, WITCHBLADE), and Tess Bellomo (LIKED).

Cynthia Bravo (HIDE IN THE LIGHT, THE LAST NIGHT INN), will co-produce alongside executive producer Luana Figueroa (HARDCORE PAWN), with Gonzalo Digenio as cinematographer.

'Get Out' is a strikingly scary thriller

By: D.S.

A young black man visits his white girlfriend's family estate where he learns that many of its residents, who are black, have gone missing, and he soon learns the horrible truth when a fellow black man on the estate warns him to Get Out! And this line was appealing enough for me to wait for this movie to Get Out!

Let me clear you, this film not what many would consider "true genre horror", it's definitely a scary thriller.

Black photographer Chris Washington (Daniel Kaluuya) and his white girlfriend Rose Armitage (Allison Williams) visit Rose's parents for the weekend, where they meet Chris for the very first time. Staggered by their behavior from the very off, Chris begins to think all is not right in the home of Dean (Bradley Whitford) and Missy Armitage (Catherine Keener).

The characters are fleshed out immaculately, with Bradley Whitford and Catherine Keener in their best performances to date, and Caleb Landry Jones in an appropriately, intensely creepy role. But Daniel Kaluuya is the star here, and he delivers with zeal a shocking depth and range of emotions. In fact, more often than not it's what he doesn't say that delivers the most impact which is all to say that this masterpiece could not have been accomplished without the masterful direction of Jordan Peele.

Despite of a slow start and lots of character build-ups, Jordan Peele builds atmosphere and tension like the Big Bang, dunking you into the mind of the main character while he navigates through very visceral danger.


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