BeWildered Media Productions Announces Full Release of 'DWELLING'

Seth Metoyer,

We first covered Kyle Mecca's paranormal thriller DWELLING a couple years ago. It's nice to see the film finally getting released.

DWELLING will release on September 26th via Amazon, Family Video, Best Buy, Barnes and Noble and FYE.

The film was initially released exclusively through Walmart on July 4th, 2017. Check out all the official details below.

From the Press Release
Sony Home Entertainment and BeWildered Media Productions are proud to announce the full release date of Dwelling, a paranormal thriller/horror written and directed by published paranormal writer Kyle Mecca.

Dwelling is the story of a young woman, Ellie (Erin Marie Hogan), who deliberately buys a haunted house in attempt to make contact with the spirit world. Driven by a horrific experience in her past involving her sister, River (Devanny Pinn), Ellie is willing to put herself and family at risk to seek the truth. In doing so, Ellie releases a soul that is more malevolent and terrifying than she could ever imagine. Something dwells in the house called Amara…and it wants to get out.

Erin Marie Hogan (Ray Donovan, House of Manson), Mu-Shaka Benson (Bad Frank, Crossbreed) and Devanny Pinn (Dead Sea, Casey Anthony: An American Murder Mystery) star in this movie with Abigail Mary making her feature film debut. The film is produced by BeWildered Media Entertainment's Brandyn T. Williams and Arlynn Knauff.

Book Review: ‘The TommyKnockers’ (1987) by Stephen King

Reviewed by Jesse Miller,

Late last night and the night before,
TommyKnockers! TommyKnockers!
Knocking at my door!

Coming out in 1987 at the height of his addictions, The TommyKnockers is Stephen King’s angriest novel, its story and nightmarish imagery fuelled by the manic energy of cocaine.

One of its main characters, Jim Gardner, is a self-loathing drunk teetering on the edge of suicide when he gets a vision that his good friend and past lover, back in the quaint town of Haven, Maine of course – has found something buried in the Earth. Something that compels her to dig deeper and unearth the secrets contained within.

For the first few hundred pages or so, we’re with Gard as he wanders through black out after black out, trying to make sense of the lost time while trying to function as a once-successful poet.
We come into the story when Gard is just about to hit rock bottom and King, as is his way with capturing every-day folk, masterfully portray Gard’s downfall, particularly in a potent and wince-inducing sequence involving Gard at an after-party rambling about the destruction of nuclear power.

It doesn’t take much to see that King, struggling with his addiction, is using Gard as a reflection. Gard is drowning in his desperation for a drink. Without it, his head pounds mercilessly. And without it, he sees himself as a sap, a washed up artist.

It’s both a fascinating character but at the same time, painful to read – because you can feel the pain coming off the sequences. And as Gard tries to make sense of something ancient and powerful, something addictive, it’s brutal to see him try and cope.

When events turn horrific, it’s some of King’s best work – imaginative, nightmarish, disconcerting. There are quite a number of passages where he captures the sensation of a waking nightmare vividly.

There’s body horror worthy of Cronenberg. Things get nasty. Things…transform. It’s all very detailed, in effective and hypnotising passages that I couldn’t look away from.

From across the three acts of the novel, King builds dread effectively. Things escalate at a slow-burning pace. We never really know what’s happening until it happens and even then the character’s revealing the important story beats are unreliable. Like Gard, we are paranoid of whom to trust.

'Pillar Of Fire' set for Off-Broadway debut

Seth Metoyer,

One of my favorite actor's and people Bill Oberst Jr. is bringing a vengeful corpse to Theatre Row as "Ray Bradbury's Pillar Of Fire” is set for its off-Broadway debut.

From The Press Release
Like a character in his own fiction, Ray Bradbury just won't stay dead. The celebrated fantasy / sci-fi author passed away in 2012 (August 22 would have been his 97th birthday) but his books are best-sellers at Amazon, his novel Fahrenheit 451 is in production at HBO Films starring Michael B. Jordan (Creed, Friday Night Lights) and his name gets 100,000 Google searches each month. Now one of indie horror's own, Bill Oberst Jr. (Criminal Minds, Scream Queens) is taking Bradbury Off-Broadway.

Oberst's solo performance, Ray Bradbury's Pillar Of Fire, a tale of the walking dead that is one of Bradbury's darkest early works, comes to New York City's Theater Row on Sunday, Sept. 17 at 6:00pm as a part of the United Solo Theatre Festival after two sold-out runs in Los Angeles, directed by Ezra Buzzington.

Ray Bradbury later called the 1948 novella “a rehearsal for Fahrenheit 451.” Oberst calls it a hymn to Halloween. “From the opening sentence: 'He came out of the Earth hating,' Bradbury is defending Halloween and horror against those who want a world without superstition” said the actor. “In 2349, burial is banned – they burn people's bodies like trash. There's only one dead man left, and he's pissed! Only Ray Bradbury can make you cheer for a zombie terrorist.”

Cosmic Lovecraft horror novel 'Horror in the Clouds' unleashes

We're definitely fans of Lovecraft horror stories here at MoreHorror and the Lovecraft universe in general.

Lovecraft fans are pretty particular with film adaptations let alone adding to his beloved universe. The Cloverfield films have proven it can be done and embraced on film if executed properly.

Writer Scott Shoyer is attempting to go down that road with his new novel, Horror in The Clouds from Severed Press. It will be ultimately up to fans to decide if they are open to the idea of introducing "a new breed of Elder Gods", (is that an oxymoron?) into the Lovecraft universe. If anyone can pull it off, it would seem that Shoyer is primed for it.

Check out all the details about the book from the official press release below.

From The Press Release
Horror in the Clouds Unleashes an Ancient Evil into the World and Continues the Tradition of Cosmic Horror Started by HP Lovecraft

Masterfully crafted by Scott Shoyer, Horror in the Clouds, continues to shock and impress readers with his modern interpretation of cosmic horror originated by iconic writer, HP Lovecraft. Shoyer creates a universe where a new breed of Elder Gods want to inhabit our world and rule supreme over this domain, subjecting its inhabitants to a lifetime of torment and suffering. Shoyer proved that he could break the stagnant mold of zombie fiction with his Outbreak trilogy, and now he is out to show that the genre of cosmic horror, created by HP Lovecraft, still has a lot of life (and blood) left in it. Read as we follow the Squire family on a trip that takes them to Hell and back, as they try to survive a town full of crazed cultists as well as a creature older than time itself. Horror in the Clouds is a fast-paced, violent, horrifying read that will have you checking the sky the next time you step outside.

'Witch Hunt' combo pack to be released

WITCH HUNT comes to BluRay/DVD combo August 14th from Boston Film Family and LC Films.

LC Films will release writer/director Richard Chandler's (Gilgamesh, Lilith Trilogy) WITCH HUNT on August 14th on BluRay/DVD combo pack.

The film stars Graham King, Tony Ramos Wright, Lilith Astaroth, and Richard Chandler.

A Catholic priest questions his faith after a botched exorcism. Strange occurrences deriving from a satanic cult have lead Father James Costello back to his old nemesis, Sheriff Tormada. Tormada, a self-loathing homosexual, sociopath and murderer, uses the law to his advantage to make Costello's life a living hell. Tormada is at war with the idea that Costello made peace with being gay. An unknown association hires a brother/sister team of Bosnian witch hunters/inquisitors to exterminate the 'problems' the town has been experiencing.

WITCH HUNT combo pack is currently available to purchase at LCFilmsOnline as well as a limited edition LC Films Rewards Members combo pack with exclusive artwork limited and numbered to only 20. A wider single disc release is coming in the fall, as well as a major VOD release.

An Interview with Visionary Indie Filmmaker Kourosh Ahari

By Kevin Scott,

I recently had a chance to talk with Kourosh Ahari. He’s a very promising young filmmaker that not only appreciates all the facets of good storytelling, but also embraces the technology that would allow him to tell those stories within and outside the realm of known possibilities. That approach has worked pretty well for guys like Spielberg and Cameron, so I relished the opportunity to talk to someone with that same passion at the dawn of their career.

He has already crossed genres with some pretty surreal and powerful stories involving human emotion intersecting with extraordinary circumstances, and now he’s using an innovative new three screen technology in his horror short film THE SECRET OF 40. Ahari talks with me in this interview about his beginnings, his very impressive body of work thus far, and what may be next for how we watch and enjoy films.

MH: I’m going to start with the most common of questions just as a jumping off point. Tell me a few basic things about yourself to break the ice.

KA: I’m 28 years old filmmaker. I was born in Iran and grew up there, I moved to the US when I was 19. I never thought I would become a filmmaker, I didn’t have a camera to go around and shoot as a kid. What first made me interested in filmmaking was when I started watching behind the scenes. Every time I would watch the BTS of a movie or TV show, it seemed like so much fun that I wanted to be a part of it. It was just a nice thought that I never took seriously until I transferred to San Jose State University with the goal of getting into the animation program. That year, due to high demand for that major and it being over capacity, they wouldn’t take any new students. So I was left with two choices: wait another year to see what happens or pick another major. After doing some research, I found out that film students very often collaborate with animation students on various projects. Since I didn’t want to waste any time and wait another year, I decided I would major in film and somehow make my way into the animation program, not knowing that’s not what the universe had in store for me. The summer before I started school as a film student, I bought a DSLR, went on YouTube and spent days and hours learning a few basics of shooting and making a film. I made my very first short film before I started school and that film went on to win Best Drama and Best Acting awards at a school level short film festival, and that was really the start for me. We as human beings have the desire to make a difference and make the world a better place, but don’t always have the means for it. Seeing that level of engagement from an audience for the first time and how visual storytelling could change the way some look at the world made me realize filmmaking was what I wanted to do all along.

MH: What was the social climate like in Iran growing up, and good or bad, how did it inspire you to want to make films?

KA: The social climate in Iran when I was growing up was of course very different than it is here due to the culture and certain belief systems. However, it did not really inspire me to want to make films at the time, I didn’t discover I wanted to make films until I had been living here in the US for 5 years. That said, growing up in a completely different culture and being there for the most critical development stages of my life, give me the privilege of having a unique and different perspective on life and social matters that definitely influence my films and the way I tell a story.

MH: What brought you to California and San Jose State?

KA: I came here with my family. We came to California only because my uncle lived and worked here for many years and he was the one that supported us in coming to the US. That said, being in California for almost 9 years now, I can’t see myself living elsewhere in the US. I love it here a lot. As for San Jose State, I wanted to attend there because they had the top animation program in the nation and many of their students went off to work at places like Pixar and Dreamworks.

'The Evil In Us' to unleash on DVD and VOD

THE EVIL IN US will be available on DVD, VOD and Digital on August 29, 2017 from RLJ Entertainment.

We are told that "side effects may include: insomnia, rage and cannibalism." So you've bee warned!

From The Press Release
RLJ Entertainment (NASDAQ: RLJE) brings you THE EVIL IN US, written and directed by Jason William Lee in his feature film debut. The film stars Ian Collins (CW’s “Supernatural”) and Kylee Bush (Nightwing: Prodigal).

THE EVIL IN US will be available on DVD on August 29, 2017 for an SRP of $27.97, same day as VOD and Digital.

In THE EVIL IN US, six school friends meet up for a Fourth of July celebration on a remote island off the Washington coast for a weekend of fun and partying. But the good times quickly turn into a nightmare when they unknowingly take a new bio-active drug containing a virus that causes fits of psychotic rage.

Only one girl, Brie (Bush), doesn’t take the drug and she alone must fight to stay alive as her friends slowly turn into bloodthirsty cannibals. Trapped on the island, Brie must endure the unimaginable in a desperate battle for survival.

The film premiered at FrightFest London 2016.

'Camp Cold Brook' gets additional cast members

Upcoming horror film Camp Cold Brook has some new cast additions. Chad Michael Murray (House of Wax, TV's One Tree Hill) and Danielle Harris (Halloween, Hatchet III) will headline director Andy Palmer's Camp Cold Brook, from Joe Dante's Production company.

Courtney Gains (The Burbs, Children of the Corn), Michael Eric Reid (TV's Victorious),Candice De Visser (The Funhouse Massacre), Mary Kathryn Bryant (Hellraiser : Judgement), Loren Lodesma (A.S.K), and Jason Van Eman (1 Mile to You) help make up the ensemble.

Check out the full details below as well as a snap of some of the cast.

From The Press Release
Script hails from up and comer Alex Carl, writer-director of Reeves Road.

Produced by Warner Davis of Petri Entertainment, Gremlins alum Joe Dante and Mark Alan of Renfield Productions, and Jason Van Eman and Ross Marroso of Weathervane Productions, pic tells of a reality TV crew that get more than they bargained for when they decide to film the next episode in the legendary Camp Cold Brook.

Reality TV producer and host, JACK WILSON (Chad Michael Murray), finds himself in a tough spot. His finances have crumbled and his show, “Haunt Squad”, is about to be cancelled. In a last ditch effort to spark ratings to land a final season, he and his producers Angela (Danielle Harris) and Emma as well as their trusted cameraman Kevin choose the legend of Camp Cold Brook to save their show.

The camp was host to a horrific incident, where the young campers were drowned in a nearby creek 20 years ago. Their arrival begins like any other episode. Cameras are placed, lights spark to life, but this is not going to be a regular episode of chasing errant noises and measuring for EVP. The terror here was real and the 30 are about to rise.

Here's what's airing for free on COMET TV in August

August is upon on us and Comet TV has a lot of things going on.

With classics like Invasion of the Body Snatchers, An American Wolf in London, and Vampire’s Kiss, Comet TV has something for everyone.

Check out the Comet TV August Guide with the films you can only see streaming on Comet TV below.

Vampire’s Kiss (1973)
Friday, August 4 at 8P/7C
Saturday, August 5 at 8P/7C
Wednesday, August 16 at 6P/5C
Friday, August 25 at NOON/11C

Steel Dawn (1987)
Friday, August 11 at 8P/7C
Saturday, August 12 at 8P/7C
Sunday, August 20 at 4P/3C
Thursday, August 24 at 6P/5C

An American Werewolf in London (1981)
Friday, August 18 at 8P/7C
Saturday, August 19 at 8P/7C
Sunday, August 27 at 4P/3C
Thursday, August 31 at 6P/5C

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
Friday, August 25 at 8P/7C
Saturday, August 26 at 8P/7C
Wednesday, August 30 at 5:30P/4:30C

Release date announced and poster revealed for 'Axeman 2: Overkill'

#SinningWorks has released the new poster and announces the release date for Axeman 2: Overkill. The film will release on October 17, 2017. Check out the official details below.

From The Press Release
Today filmmaker Joston “El Rey” Theney and his production / distribution company #SinningWorks unveiled new, disturbing key art for the highly anticipated second installment of their 80’s throwback slasher series titled Axeman 2: Overkill. This installment’s notable cast include Farrah Abraham (MTV’s Teen Mom OG), Rachel Reilly (CBS’ Big Brother), Angelica Bridges (Baywatch, The Bold and The Beautiful) and Bryan Clark (WWE’s Adam Bomb, WCW’s Wrath). Along with the gory new poster, Theney revealed a home video release date for the unrated sequel as Tuesday, October 17th – just in time for every horror fan’s favorite holiday!

"I think this poster more accurately conveys the tone of the film,” El Rey responded when asked why it changed so drastically. “While the previous artwork was cool, it felt a little wooden and dry. This film is dark and sick. It’s crude and vulgar, it’s over the top and bloody. And I feel this new poster does a better job of setting up what the audience is in for.”

This upcoming film marks the return of the Axeman at Cutter’s Creek since the 2014 release of the original. When asked what’s different about this installment, the filmmaker laughed, “it lives up to its name. Overkill has two different definitions – one means too much of something, the other means ‘the amount by which destruction or the capacity for destruction exceeds what is necessary.’ We are definitely the second one!”

We all have a part to play, official JIGSAW trailer releases

By Seth Metoyer

The official Jigsaw trailer was revealed at San Diego Comic-con. Jigsaw is the eighth film in the SAW franchise and will release just in time for Halloween.

Not a lot aside from the teaser posters and trailer have been made available for fans, but it has been confirmed that Tobin Bell will appear in some capacity.

The cast also includes Mandela Van Peebles, Laura Vandervoort, Brittany Allen, Callum Keith Rennie, Matt Passmore, Hannah Emily Anderson, Josiah Black, Shaquan Lewis, Michael Bolsvert, and James Gomez.

Jigsaw was written by Josh Stolberg and Pete Goldfinger (Piranha 3D and Sorority Row). Directed by the Spierig brothers, Peter and Michael, who directed Daybreakers and Predestination.

In the trailer, the detectives reveal that Jigsaw’s DNA was discovered under a victim’s fingernails, which obviously stumps them since "The Saw killer" has been dead for ten years now. However, this might also be a case of a copycat killer. Hrm...gets me thinking. Perhaps the original Jigsaw killer had someone save his DNA for 10 years in order to continue the game. Or maybe something way out there, like a twin brother? Guess we'll see.

The trailer is littered with new games and contraptions ranging from a wall of saws to lasers. I'm excited about the footage we've been shown. Nothing like a fun SAW flick, and glad they are finding a fresh angle. I've always dug the pig mask and the creepy doll. Only thing I'm not all that thrilled about is the title sequence. It feels too "Suicide Squad" to me. "Joker-ey"?

All that being said, I'm stoked to see this film and from the looks of the trailer, I think we're in for a Halloween treat.

A sincere fan farewell to 'George Romero'

By Jason Lees

The magic’s gone. We lost George Romero.

I know I’m supposed to be positive through the tears, to remember his films and his legacy and celebrate one of our best, but right now, I just can’t. I don’t know why, but the world seems smaller today. Colder.

That’s bullshit. I know why. George Romero passed away. Of all the Masters of Horror, he was MY master. He was the one that scared the hell out of my when I first picked up a Fangoria. I love all of his movies, even the not-so-great ones. I was a defender of George. Most anyone reading this probably was, too. We’re the ones who bragged up “Bruiser” alongside “Martin,” the ones who loved “Monkey Shines” as much as “Creepshow.”

The magic’s gone.

I’ve seen his “Night of the Living Dead” easily twenty times, it’s one of my favorites, it’s one of all of our favorites, but I’ve probably seen clips taken from it hundreds of times. Another of the prices he paid for the whole copyright nightmare was that when anyone needed an example of a horror film or a zombie film in particular, they’d grab them from NIGHT.

My point is, I’ve probably watched the zombies (or ‘ghouls’ as Mr Romero called them at the time) tear apart and eat the victims of the truck explosion a hundred times. Countless times. In high quality, in grainy VHS, on late night tv. Hundreds of times.

On July 16, 2017, George Romero passed away. Today, for the first time in my life, I watched the film and in that scene, I saw something that was missing the magic. When the zombie is chewing away on a bone (thigh, maybe) and looks up to guard his meal, you can see that the bone was cut at the joint. Not ripped apart, but cleanly cut by a butcher’s knife.

King Kong documentary 'Long Live the King' releases

Seth Metoyer

Long Live The King is a feature documentary about the enduring popularity of the character King Kong, and how the 1933 film has inspired countless artists, writers and filmmakers. The film is now available to rent or buy on

Check out all the details about this great documentary from the official release below.

About Long Live The King
The 8th Wonder of the World! The name King Kong immediately brings to mind images of the mighty Beast whose legendary love for a Beauty was his undoing. Since 1933, this majestic, tragic character has enthralled moviegoers and inspired creativity.

LONG LIVE THE KING is a new documentary that explores our fascination with the great ape, and his impact on pop culture throughout the world. Featuring interviews with dozens of celebrated writers, actors, artists and filmmakers, this is a highly entertaining celebration of the greatest monster movie icon of all time.

Directed by Frank Dietz and Trish Geiger, creators of the award-winning BEAST WISHES. This film is dedicated to the memory of special FX master Ray Harryhausen.


Director – “Gremlins,” “The Howling,” “Piranha.”

Executive Producer/Director/FX Master - “The Walking Dead”

REALIVE coming to theaters from Syfy

REALIVE will release in heaters September 29 and on VOD and Digital HD October 3. Check out the full details below.

From the Press Release
Syfy Films today announces the release of the upcoming sci-fi film REALIVE, in theaters on September 29 and on VOD and Digital HD on October 3. The film is written and directed by Mateo Gil (“Vanilla Sky,” “The Sea Inside”). The cast includes Tom Hughes (“About Time,” “London Town”), Charlotte Le Bon (“The Walk,” “The Hundred-Foot Journey”), Oona Chaplin (“Taboo,” “Game of Thrones”) and Barry Ward (“The Fall,” “The Journey,”). REALIVE premiered at the 2016 Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal followed by official selections of the FrightFest Film Festival in the U.K. and Sitges International Film Festival in Spain.

In REALIVE, Marc Jarvis (Tom Hughes) is diagnosed with a disease and given a short time to live. Unable to accept his own end, he decides to freeze his body. 60 years later, in the year 2084, he becomes the first cryogenically frozen man to be revived in history. Marc discovers a startling future, but the biggest surprise is that his past has accompanied him in unexpected ways.

REALIVE is produced by Ibon Cormenzana and Ignasi Estapé of Arcadia Motion Pictures, in coproduction with Jérôme Vidal of Noodles. Marina Fuentes of Dreamcatchers acted as associate producer.

Horror/Thriller 'Among Us' to release from Gravitas Ventures

Horror/Thriller AMONG US has found a place at Gravitas Ventures. The film is set to release it via On Demand, Blu-ray and DVD on August 8, 2017. Check out the official details below.

From The Press Release
Gravitas Ventures has secured the North American distribution rights to 'Among Us' (formerly known as 'Unnerved') and is set to release it via On Demand, Blu-ray and DVD on August 8, 2017. The movie had its world premiere under the title, 'Unnerved', at the Phoenix Film Festival. The film's first teaser was released through MovieMaker magazine. Horror film site Bloody Disgusting said the movie "looks crazy awesome."

'Among Us' marks the second feature to be sold for distribution by director Gary King and stars Katie Morrison ('The Blacklist'), Mark DiConzo ('Power', 'Elementary', 'Person of Interest') and Elena Sanz ('Bent'). 'Among Us' was produced by Gary King of Kitchen Table Films, with Sujata King, coming off the success of their award-winning musical film 'How Do You Write a Joe Schermann Song'. Mark DiConzo and Christi Ciani also produced, while Gary King and Mike King co-wrote the film.

“We wanted to tell a love story with a haunting twist,” said director Gary King. “And to pay homage to those films that left things to your imagination, like 'The Entity', where not seeing things can be a lot scarier. We were totally influenced by films from the 70s that are more about atmosphere and suspense vs. the gore and jump scares of modern films.”

“'Among Us' is an especially haunting horror film that is guaranteed to keep you up at night. We cannot wait to release Gary King’s latest to North American audiences this coming August,” said Gravitas Ventures Sales Manager, Anna Roberts.


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