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Poster and trailer releases for 'Reyes'


The poster and trailer for the German mystery horror feature 'Reyes' have been released. Check out the trailer below the official details.

From The Press Release
German genre film with international touch Hamburg, 31.03.2017 - What do Switzerland, Mexico, Sweden and Germany have in common? Production companies from all of these countries were involved in German mystery horror feature "Reyes". International production companies are working on this project together under the leadership of Uprise Pictures [DE]. The poster motif is now online and first trailer celebrated its premiere at the end of March.

Reyes is directors Patrick Templin feature film debut, who can already look back on his work history as a producer. It tells the story of author Mick suffering from depression that will be embodied by Danish Actor Kim Sønderholm. Mick is at the low point of his life as decides to return to his old home in order to get rid of his writing blockage and get back on his feet. "As the movie idea came to me, I already envisioned Kim as the main protagonist. Only a very experienced actor would be able to handle the movie", says director Patrick Templin. Arriving at his old home he meets his lost love Leya. He discovers soon that she has a secret and is involved in mysterious doings. Her behavior is linked with a secret cult and bloody rituals. Ritual murders whose origin is far away.

"It was especially exciting for me that the story space needed much relocation. To such an extent that we have decided to turn the film into a co-production" said producer Flavio Speglitz. Team is preparing itself currently for a shooting in the third quarter of 2017. Even now, it can already boast with an international cast. "Kim from Denmark, Bill Hutchens from Australia, Antonio Monroi from Mexico - and one complete segment will shot in Mexico. Not usual for a German independent film," adds producer René Wiesner.

Sable (2016) Movie Review

Reviewed by Kevin Scott,

Sable (2016)
Written by: Michael Matteo Rossi
Directed by Michael Matteo Rossi
Cast: Ayla Kelly (Sable), Jon Briddell (Landon), Bojesse Christopher (Marco), Rodney Eastman (Andres), Chris Petrovski (Colton), Nicole Alexandra Shipley (Lilian), Tess Kartel (Jennifer)

Some films are almost better experienced with a little bit of background knowledge. I know that goes against the idea of spoilers, but a little information about the plot or the characters can sometimes be the dash of hot sauce in the ramen noodles. It can set it apart from being collectively associated with a particular type of formulaic comfort genre that might have lost its flavor.

Case in point, when “Grabbers’ came out, knowing that being drunk was the only defense against the creatures, made me elevate it above any other contemporary creature flick that I had access to at the time. Then again, there are films, and in particular indie films that can’t be done a complete justice by the promotional material or any prior knowledge. I had checked out the poster art and the trailer on the More Horror site prior to watching Sable, but I only got an inkling of how deep the rabbit hole really went.

Ayla Kelly portrays Sable, the film’s namesake. She’s a young and sensible woman, who happens in to a May-December (Well, Maybe May-September, he’s about my age. I’m being gracious for my own sake) romance with Landon. He’s a former family man whose alcohol addiction has destroyed nearly all of his domestic past. She meets him at a support group meeting, and immediately becomes his ingénue. All looks promising with a prospect of a new life together until an impulsive mistake forces them to stay. The only person that Landon can turn to is Colton, a tatted up amateur drug dealer. At this point, I knew that this film was special. I wasn’t sure who were acquaintances and how. Landon was a drunk, not a drug addict. Also Colton and Sable are around the same age, so that connection seemed more viable. After a tease of few minutes of dialogue, it’s revealed that Colton is Landon’s estranged son. Landon is not in the best position to ask for help since most of Colton’s present situation could possibly be related to his abuse from his alcoholic father. After a strained conversation, Sable mediates a stalemate, and Colton agrees to help.

'Frankenstein Created Bikers' Blu-ray and Swag

Seth Metoyer,

In a world where there are a lot of indie filmmakers doing it wrong, it's refreshing when it's done right.

Now, I'm not talking about film quality or tired stories etc. I'm talking about old fashioned "We actually give a shit about our fans and want them to know." It's about the little things.

Running a horror website for over seven years in the red with no steady income stream generated by the site can get quite discouraging. What makes it worse is when filmmakers and producers feel they are gracing you with their film and doing you a favor by "letting you" watch their movie's, forgetting that the professional rout is to offer a screener for review consideration.

Here at MoreHorror we try to get to as many screeners as we can, but sometimes it just doesn't happen. Sometimes, there's no real incentive, just a sense of expectation, lack of appreciation and a lot of entitlement going on.

Fast forward to the mail today and there were a few screeners that came in. Some I was expecting and others I was not. One of the welcome unexpected surprises was the exploitation film Frankenstein Created Bikers.

Not only did producer/director James Bickert send over a copy of the Blu-ray/DVD, he sent a bunch of swag (poster, vinyl soundtrack, sticker and trading cards) along with a personalized signed letter.

Now, I get it. This day in age everything is easier going the digital route and most screeners are sent via digital link. I'll be honest and say that these days I tend to prefer digital screeners for review unless there's some sort of special release. Then I like to see the new key art and special features etc. Aside from that, digital works better because I have too many physical copies collecting dust in the storage area of my office.

'Donnie Darko' Returns to Theaters as Arrow Films Debuts 4K Restoration

Seth Metoyer,

Donnie Darko is one of my all time favorite movies and the news from Arror Films has me stoked!

In celebration for its fifteenth anniversary, director Richard Kelly and Arrow Films are releasing a 4k restoration of the film.

The movie will be shown in select theaters beginning March 31st. Check out all the dates and times from the official releases below.

From The Press Release
Arrow Films has announced the March 31st domestic theatrical debut of the 4K restoration of Richard Kelly's cult hit Donnie Darko. Following a wildly successful re-release in the UK for its fifteenth anniversary, the film will return to theaters in cities across the United States. Fifteen years before "Stranger Things" combined science-fiction, Spielberg-ian touches and 80s nostalgia to much acclaim, Kelly set the template and the benchmark with his debut feature, Donnie Darko. Initially beset with distribution problems, it would slowly find its audience and emerge as arguably the first cult classic of the new millennium. The 4K restoration of Donnie Darko will premiere at the Vista in Los Angeles on March 30th, and officially open in Los Angeles at the Cinefamily and in New York at Metrograph on March 31st.

Described by director Richard Kelly as "The Catcher in the Rye as told by Philip K. Dick", Donnie Darko combines an eye-catching, eclectic cast: pre-stardom Jake (Nightcrawler, Brokeback Mountain, Nocturnal Animals) and Maggie Gyllenhaal ("The Honourable Woman", The Dark Knight), Jena Malone (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Neon Demon), the late heartthrob Patrick Swayze (Dirty Dancing, Ghost), Drew Barrymore (E.T., "Grey Gardens", "Santa Clarita Diet") Oscar nominees Mary McDonnell (Dances With Wolves, Passion Fish, "Battlestar Galactica") and Katharine Ross (The Graduate, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Stepford Wives), and television favorite Noah Wyle ("ER", "Falling Skies") and an evocative soundtrack of 80s classics by Echo and the Bunnymen, Tears for Fears and Duran Duran.

'The Autopsy of Jane Doe' coming to Blu-ray and DVD

Seth Metoyer,

The surprise hit and critically acclaimed thriller The Autopsy of Jane Doe will make its Blu-ray and DVD debut as a Walmart exclusive on May 2nd, 2017 from Scream Factory, and will be available everywhere June 27th, 2017.

From The Press Release
Winner of Best Horror Film at Fantastic Fest 2016, the ominous thriller The Autopsy of Jane Doe makes its Blu-ray and DVD debut as a Walmart exclusive on May 2nd, 2017, from Scream Factory, in conjunction with IFC Midnight. The Blu-ray + DVD Combo will be available everywhere June 27th, 2017. This taut, suspenseful film features strong performances from Emile Hirsch and Brian Cox, and has been a hit with critics and audiences alike.

It’s just another night at the morgue for a father (Brian Cox, Trick ’r Treat, Zodiac) and son (Emile Hirsch, Lone Survivor, Killer Joe) team of coroners, until an unidentified, highly unusual corpse arrives. Discovered buried in the basement of the home of a brutally murdered family, the young Jane Doe — eerily well-preserved and with no visible signs of trauma — is shrouded in mystery. As they work into the night to piece together the cause of her death, the two men begin to uncover the disturbing secrets of her life. Soon, a series of terrifying events make it clear: this Jane Doe may not be dead. The latest from Troll Hunter director André Øvredal is a scarily unpredictable, supernatural shocker that never lets up. This chiller also stars Ophelia Lovibond (Guardians of the Galaxy) and Michael McElhatton (Game of Thrones).

Trailer for thriller feature 'Sable' has been unleashed

The first full trailer for Michael Matteo Rossi’s upcoming thriller Sable has dropped. Rossi's previous film was the

Sable? was picked up Indican Pictures and is expected to hit theaters in May.

Director Michael Matteo Rossi told MoreHorror “Sable at its core is a cautionary tale…it’s a showcase of what occurs when all the characters act on impulse and greed instead of pure logic. It makes for a pretty wild ride.”

Sable‘s trailer shows us that Rossi has been honing his director skills since his feature film debut Misogynist. We're eagerly looking to seeing more from this guy.

Sable stars Ayla Kell, Jon Briddell, Nicole Alexandra Shipley, Bojesse Christopher, Octavius J. Johnson, Rodney Eastman, Chris Petrovski, and Tess Kartel.

Check out the trailer below the official synopsis.

Caught between her dreams of a better life, a rich mobster who thinks he owns her and an unstable boyfriend who has just killed a man,

Sable must take control of her own life or she may find herself dead by dawn. Now comes the heist of a lifetime.

Have your photo featured in CREPITUS starring Bill Moseley

Seth Metoyer

I've been following the buzz about the upcoming horror film Crepitus via the Twitter account of young actress Chalet Brannan who stars as Sam in the film.

As details slowly begin to surface about the movie starring horror veteran Bill Moseley, an interesting contest for the film has reared its head.

Ginger Knight Entertainment is holding a contest that will allow four people to have a photo of themselves (from the age of ten) include in a sinister family album that is featured in the film Crepitus.

To enter the contest, click the link here, and read all the details about Crepitus below.

From The Press Release
Ginger Knight entertainment has recently finished filming one of two shoots for Crepitus, starring Bill Moseley (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, House of 1000 Corpses and Devil's rejects, Repo! The Generic Opera, Army of Darkness), directed by Haynze Whitmore. This is Haynze Whitmore's directorial debut for a feature film. The film is being shot entirely in Cheboygan, MI.

The remaining shoot will happen in the spring/early summer, also in Cheboygan MI.

Crepitus also stars Eve Mauro (Cyborg X, Dexter and CSI Miami) as Brandi (mom), Chalet Brannan (Cyborg X, Star Trek: Captain Pike and The Sparrows) as Sam, Lance Paul (Dark Roads 79, Crazy Sex, 90210 and Buried Cain) as Sheriff Jed, Caitlin Williams as Eli in her feature film debut, Darren Barcomb (Krampus: The Devil Returns) as Deputy Camden and Johnny Stevenson (Krampus: The Devils Return) as Deputy Blake.

MISFITS Guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein to star in 'DEATH WARD 13'

Seth Metoyer,

This project keeps getting better and better. Legendary MISFITS guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein will star in the DON’T LOOK IN THE BASEMENT remake DEATH WARD 13.

Check out the official details below.

From The Press Release
Legendary Misfits Guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein is set to star in DEATH WARD 13, a remake of the cult-classic film DON’T LOOK IN THE BASEMENT. With his iconic Devilock hair and impressive physical build, “Doyle” is best known as the guitar player for the American horror punk band the MISFITS and will play the most terrifying character in the film. Now in pre-production, DEATH WARD 13 is directed by award-winning horror filmmaker Todd Nunes (ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE) and produced by The Readmond Company.

”I’m looking forward to starting my movie career with a starring role in “Death Ward 13,” says Doyle. “It’s time to release the beast on the big screen. Let the killing begin!”

“With Doyle’s horror punk background, we’ve always been looking for opportunities to have him cross over into film, but nothing has sparked his interest until now”, says Bruce Miyaki (Insane Management.) “Death Ward 13 is a great breakout film for Doyle – his fans are going to love it.”

Although he is known for playing guitar with the horror punk band the Misfits, which helped create the horror punk genre, Doyle also has a solo project rightfully named DOYLE. In 2013 Doyle released the Abominator album with Monsterman Records, and he is currently on tour in the USA supporting his new CD As We Die in stores May 5, 2017 through the Monsterman Records/EMP Label Group.

Thirst (2015) Movie Review

Reviewed by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

Thirst (2015)
Written by Elizabeth Hansen and Greg Kiefer
Directed by Greg Kiefer
Cast: Karl Makinen (Burt), Clare Niederpruem (Courtney), Jes Macallan (Claire), Ryan Zimmer (Luis), Ashley Santos (Meeka), Cardiff Gerhardt (Trapper), John Redlinger (Roth), Bryan Dayley (Wes), Christina Thurmond (Summer)

I keep discovering the benefits of having Amazon Prime. Free shipping seems to be only the tip of the iceberg of perks. A huge perk is the Amazon Prime Video app that has free streaming for Prime members. This app not only has some unconventional titles amidst established classics, but it also has the capability to download films and TV shows to watch offline when time may be on your side, but Wi-Fi availability isn’t. I know other streaming apps have that functionality also, but from personal experience, the Amazon one seems to be the only one that works consistently.

Streaming has revolutionized the way we watch films. Back in the day, a rented video cassette required commitment regardless of how things turned out. It had to spend the night, and you had to take it home the next day. It didn’t matter if you had just planted the seeds of a long term love affair with a film, or you ended up questioning the consistency of your better judgement skills the morning after. You were stuck with paying for a full day of that film’s company. Streaming is like speed dating. One wrong comment about their relationship with their mother, or a strange hobby and that film gets kicked to the curb in favor of extremely accessible and possibly more favorable options. I’ve really tried to set two rules to live by when watching any kind of film, and especially a horror film that I might review. I’m not looking at my phone, and I’m finishing it no matter how bad it is. Pretty lofty goals, I know, but I’m about at an eighty percent level of success.

I have to say that Thirst is like that quiet Goth girl you meet who ends up being pretty sweet and innocent. The poster art may lend to some hardcore alien horror, but in reality it’s closer to Tremors or Eight Legged Freaks. The opener is a nice The Thing homage with a view from space and the alien vessel hurling toward Earth. One unlucky townie happens upon the wreck. The alien seems to need a constant supply of water and humans seem to be the most convenient source. There’s nothing left but a dry husk. If it attacked livestock, it could make beef jerky right on the hoof.

Peelers (2017) Film Review

Jesse Miller,

Synopsis: A small town strip club owner must defend her bar; her strippers and her life when violent infected patron’s show up on the final closing night and all hell breaks loose.

Oh my goodness, where do I begin?

Peelers, much in the vein of Zombie Strippers, is a horror-comedy that really goes and pushes hard for an R rating. Its gooey, it’s gory, it’s crude and it pushes these aspects throughout the running time constantly.

To that extent, I was equally grossed out one moment and laughing the next, constantly surprised that the film went to such a lengths for shocks and comedic effect.

Writer Lisa DeVita and director Seve Schelenz seem to be on board with one another as to what the tone of Peelers should be, because as much as it is a horror comedy, it never loses sight of the balance throughout. It’s never too serious and it’s never too comedic. It’s dryly funny without winking at the audience. It’s tense but it doesn’t lose sight of the fact that its inspirations are schlock films like Evil Dead.

Wren Walker is charming as Blue Jean, the strong willed ringleader of the crew and girls of the club. Blue Jean is the most developed of the bunch, coming with an intriguing backstory and strong personality.

Nikki Walin and Kirsty Peters give a bit of a spark to Baby and Licorice, who each have their own time to shine when it comes to their character’s respective traits and personalities.

Production begins on Adam R. Steigert's werewolf film 'FANG'

Seth Metoyer,

FANG, a new werewolf feature film production by A.R.S. Films and DefTone Pictures Studios has gone into production.

Below are a couple behind the scenes looks at one of their gruesome props in addition to still frame from the production.

From The Press Release
A.R.S. films in association with DefTone Pictures Studios Inc, has released its first official framed shot from the production of FANG along with a bloody prop! After participating in a robbery turned murder, Chloe (Melodie Roehrig) and Joe (Theo Maefs) decided to hide out at a distant relative's house only to find themselves stalked and hunted by creatures and forces unknown.

Director Adam R Steigert (A Grim Becoming, STAR [Space Traveling Alien Reject]) has reunited with A Grim Becoming star and horror icon Melantha Blackthorne to bring a new version of terror. Director Adam R Steigert has been known for his unique methods of storytelling and has been promising a hardcore horror film for years. In 2018 he will make good on that promise as he embarks on a horror film (featuring a werewolf) called FANG.

Exclusive first look stills from Kevin Hayeland's Horror/Comedy 'Primitiva'

Seth Metoyer,

The upcoming horror/comedy Primitiva has wrapped principal photography in Cahuita, Costa Rica. The film is directed by Kevin Hayeland and is written by Kansas Bowling and Natasha Halevi.

Check out some of the first exclusive stills from the film below the official details.

From The Press Release
The horror/comedy "Primitiva" just wrapped it's principal photography. The cast and crew shot on location in Cahuita, Costa Rica.

The film stars Kevin Hayeland as Damien, Sofe Cote as Sonya, Daniel Trujillo as Nate, Sadie Moon as Stella, Parker Love Bowling as Perry, Kalvin Madsen as Kent, and Kansas Bowling as Katrina. The film deals with a group of wealthy travelers who, after performing a sacred ritual in the heart of Costa Rica, find themselves simutaniously losing their minds. The story of mass hysteria features elements of comedy, drama, horror, and romance.

The film is written by Kansas Bowling and Natasha Halevi. Bowling and Halevi previously worked together on the film "B.C. Butcher" from Troma Entertainment.

The film is directed by Kevin Hayeland, a first time feature director. Hayeland has directed two music videos for the band The Pink Slips and his photography is featured in magazines across the world such as Galore, Flaunt, Damaged, and Autre.

Primitiva is slated for a late 2017 release.

PSYCHOS coming to VOD


PSYCHOS, a frightening new indie horror ride from director Sandy Chukhadarian starring Angelica Chitwood, Deniele Cloutier and Melissa Elena Jones.

PSYCHOS will be released on VOD March 17, 2017.

About Psychos Info
This March they're back for bloody revenge. Writer-director Sandy Chukhadarian's Psychos attacks VOD 3/17 from Leomark Studios.

When three young girls receive mysterious videos anonymously that document their nightmarish captivity at the hands of a ruthless sadist, the trauma of their ordeal from all those years ago ignites a thirst for bloody vengeance.

They embark on a journey to discover the whereabouts of their captor, and once located, they unleash their fury upon him in the most vicious and savage manner imaginable.

But the most shocking revelation of this chilling tale will unveil the identities of who these victims truly are.

But, the most shocking revelation of this chilling tale is the identities of the victims. Angelica Chitwood, Deniele Cloutier and Melissa Elena Jones "bounce off one another wonderfully in an energetic and unpredictable ensemble" - (More Horror) in Psychos, on VOD this March.

Truth or Dare (2017) Movie Review

Reviewed by Seth Metoyer

I first covered Truth or Dare back in April of 2013 when the teaser trailer for the film dropped. Now, nearly four years later, the movie has released and I’ve finally had a chance to view it.

Truth or Dare is the directorial debut of Jessica Cameron. Horror fans are most likely familiar with Cameron through her horror acting roles. This time around she’s behind the camera and the result is a pretty stellar debut feature film.

Four years ago Cameron told me “One of my favorite things about this project is that it goes to so many of the dark places that people fear.” It’s safe to say that she accomplished that with Truth or Dare.

Truth or Dare stars Ryan Kiser (House of Manson, Crossbreed), Jessica Cameron (MANIA, American Guinea Pig: The Song of Solomon), Heather Dorff (An Ending, Red Eye ) , Brandon Van Vliet (Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders), Shelby Stehlin (The Man in 3B Exit 727), Jesse Wilson (Fury, The Nurse) and Devanny Pinn (Escape from Ensenada, Crossbreed ).

In the film, the ‘Truth or Daredevils’ are six college kids who find internet fame when their ‘Truth or Dare’ videos go viral. Stardom is going well for the crew until their number one fan interjects himself into the game - but he wants to play by his own set of twisted and violent rules.

I don’t personally consider myself to be a huge “torture porn” fan when it comes to horror movies. I tend to think there isn’t enough to the story in most of them and I’m not a fan of senseless gore. Thankfully, ‘Truth or Dare’ had enough substance to hold my interest and the performances rounded the film out nicely.

Nick Antosca’s shelved 'Friday the 13th 3D' script: A Review

By Jesse Miller

It’s been eight years since we’ve seen Jason Voorhees on the big screen in Platinum Dunes’ 2009 effort, simply titled Friday the 13th, and though production was set to go ahead in 2017 for a new sequel, the trip back to Camp Crystal Lake has been delayed.

Recently writer Nick Antosca (Hannibal) sent out a link to a draft of his approach to the franchise, titled Friday the 13th 3D, and I’m just going to come out now and in all honestly write that this could’ve been the best entry in the franchise since, hell, I’m going to say the first film.

Antosca’s Friday the 13th 3D takes place in 1988, eight years after the first film came out, at the new Camp Crystal Lake, established on the other side of the lake far away from the original site where Missus Voorhees got up to some nasty stuff.

What’s immediately noticeable about Antosca’s script is that the camp counsellors we’re going to follow through hell shortly are given dimension. They’ve got personalities, agendas, hopes, and desires, things that were often missing or underdeveloped in the films. I mean, they were slasher films after all, built for the shock and titillation of murder and sex.

But the surprising thing for this script is that it’s risky. For the first thirty pages or so, tension is still being built. Jason is largely off screen stalking. The kids are the focus, they’re developed as they interact with each other – there’s jealousy and young love and yes, sex and nudity.

Antosca’s writing is terrific here. Not only is the script written in such an engaging way that’s hard to put down but he understands tension. He’s not nudging us because we both know we’re in a Friday the 13th film, he’s just making events as terrifying and entertaining as he can.


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