Danielle Harris - Actress

Danielle Harris - Horror Actress

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Danielle Harris auditioned for the part of Jamie Lloyd (Michael Myers's niece) in the 1988 movie Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (which she won). The next year, she reprised the role in Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers.

The character of Jamie returned in 1995 for Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, but Danielle did not participate due to disagreements on her fate in the script. Also, Harris reportedly requested $5000 to appear in the film (far less than she was paid for Halloween 4), but no agreement could be reached. J.C. Brandy ended up playing the roll of Jamie in the film, a decision in which some fans of the Halloween series were said to be dissatisfied, since Danielle had become very popular with many fans.

Harris would later return to the franchise in a new role, playing Annie Brackett, in Rob Zombie's Halloween, a 2007 re-imagining of John Carpenter's 1978 original horror masterpiece. In the 2007 remake she posed nude for a sex scene which caused some controversy. She stated "I want people to see me in this movie as Annie Brackett, not Jamie. I'm not little Jamie anymore and people need to realize that." She reprised her role in Rob Zombie's Halloween II, released in 2009.

[Rec] 2 The Movie

Rec 2
Rec 2 Premieres On Demand, Xbox Live, Playstation, Amazon and Vudu June 4th and In Theatres July 9th. Directed by: Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza Starring: Jonathan Mellor, Manuela Velasco, Óscar Zafra, Ariel Casas.

The highly anticipated sequel to one of the scariest films of all time, [REC] 2 picks up 15 minutes from where we left off, taking us back into the quarantined apartment building where a terrifying virus has run rampant, turning the occupants into mindlessly violent, raging beasts.

A heavily armed SWAT team and a mysterious government official are sent in to assess and attempt to neutralize the situation. What they find inside lies beyond the scope of medical science—a demonic nightmare of biblical proportions more terrifying than they could have possibly imagined. Above all it must be contained, before it escapes to wreak havoc on the unsuspecting world outside.

[REC] 2 will be available on VOD June 4 and in theaters July 9th.

Splice Movie Trailer, Synopsis and Poster

Splice Movie Poster
Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley portray two young scientists who begin involving human DNA in their splicing of animal genes achieve fame by successfully splicing together the DNA of different animals, creating new species.

In the pursuit of even greater scientific discovery they secretly blend human DNA with their creations, ignoring their society's ethical and legal boundaries.

The scientists name their creature "Dren". Now they must come to terms with their decision as the thing quickly develops into a beautiful, yet deadly, winged creature-chimera.

The film will receive a wide release in the United States on June 4, 2010, with Warner Bros. as distributor.

New Exclusive Splice Trailer via Yahoo

Official Splice Movie Poster

**Promotional Poster from Fandango courtesy of Warner Bros.

The Human Centipede

The Human Centipede
Release Date: April 30, 2010 (NY; limited release: May 7)
Studio: IFC Films
Director: Tom Six
Screenwriter: Tom Six
Starring: Ashley Williams, Ashlynn Yennie, Akihiro Kitamura, Dieter Laser
Genre: Thriller, Horror

Blu-ray Release October 5, 2010.

IFC to Unleash More VOD Horror

IFC Midnight Horror Series
IFC has announced a handful of new titles for its VOD service IFC Midnight, including a few films that have been awaiting American distribution since debuting overseas. In addition to The Human Centipede, IFC plans to release:

Cell 211: Directed by Daniel Monzón and winner of 8 Spanish Goya Awards, including Best Picture, this taut prison drama tells the gripping story of a rookie prison guard who becomes trapped in a cell during a violent riot and must convince the prisoners he is one of them. The film, an official selection at the Toronto and San Sebastian Film Festivals, will premiere exclusively on VOD under the IFC Midnight label beginning in June.

Doghouse: Directed by Jake West, this riotous British horror comedy follows ravenous, blood-thirsty female zombies as they wreak havoc on a group of guys trying to enjoy a male-bonding weekend. The film, which premiered at last year’s Edinburgh Film Festival, will premiere exclusively on VOD under the IFC Midnight label beginning in June.

Don't Look Back: From director Marina de Van (IN MY SKIN) comes this tense psychological thriller about a beautiful, best-selling author (Sophie Marceau) who loses her grip on reality as she slowly morphs into the body of another woman (Monica Bellucci). The film, an official selection last year at the Cannes Film Festival, will premiere exclusively on VOD under the IFC Midnight label beginning in June.

Exam: In this gripping thriller, director Stuart Hazeldine follows eight strangers as they enter a ruthless competition to get the job of a lifetime, where the stakes soon become life or death. The film, which screened at Fantastic Fest last year, will premiere exclusively on VOD under the IFC Midnight label beginning in July.

True Blood actors Paquin and Moyer star in Horror Film 'Open House'

Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer
Grindstone Entertainment, a division of Lionsgate, has picked up all domestic distribution rights to the horror movie "Open House" starring Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer, Rachel Blanchard, Brian Geraghty and Tricia Helfer.

Piranha 3D Movie Trailer and Synopsis

Piranha 3D Horror Film
Alright sci-fi horror fans, now we're cookin'. We've got the official Piranha 3D theatrical trailer below (thanks to FEARnet for that).

Mark Macready to Release Animated Case Files - Underworld Tales

Mark Macready Animated
Manchester's finest supernatural detective is back and this time he's animated. Mark Macready: Underworld Tales is the animated prequel movie to last years cult-smash double award winning 'Mark Macready and the Archangel Murders'. Detective Mark 'Mac' Macready voiced by Ryan McDermott animated by Gavin Johnson.

Gone Shootin’ Films has teamed up with animator Gavin Johnson (‘Meet the Newmans’) to produce an exciting animated film that will further explore the world of Mark Macready and provide fans across the globe with more laughs and scares from Manchester’s underworld.

Mark Macready and the Archangel Murders’ was released in June 2009 and has since become a world-wide smash hit receiving critical acclaim from across the UK and US with Joblo.com hailing it as ‘a British Hellboy’. Over the past year the film has screened across the international festival circuit picking up the award for ‘Most Original Film’ at the Horror UK film festival and this May the film travels to the Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner.

Spawning a loyal cult fan base with a huge online following and a demand for more content has been reasonable for the now in-development feature film version.

To celebrate a successful twelve months of release and to coincide with the June 19th online debut of ‘Mark Macready and the Archangel Murders’ at the official website, comes the next chapter in the Mark Macready phenomenon.

‘Underworld Tales’ is an animated prequel set before the events of ‘The Archangel Murders’ and further enriches the world of Mark Macready by exploring the darker depths of Manchester’s supernatural underworld.

Screamfest wants to help launch Careers for Horror Directors & Writers

by Seth Metoyer

One of our biggest goals here at MoreHorror.com is to continue spreading horror to the masses. Our friends at the Screamfest Horror Film Festival are in the running for $250,000 through the Pepsi Refresh Project.

If you would be interested in voting for them while helping to expand the reach of horror, you can cast your vote here. More details can be found below.

About Screamfest Horror Film Festival

The festival discovered the film Paranormal Activity. I am a film producer who launched this festival to further the careers of talented writers and directors.


* To launch the careers of talented writers and directors.
* Showcase directors' works to the entertainment industry.


Screamfest Horror Film Festival receives film submissions from around the country. Finalists are selected to have their works screened at the prestigious Grauman's Mann Chinese Theatre 6 in Hollywood, CA. Writers and directors will meet with agents, film executives and distributors during the 10 day event. Individual and film passes will be sold to the general public to increase awareness of their works. With the fund we will also be able to create jobs by hiring 4 year-round staff members to work for this non-profit organization. Hiring these salaried staff members will benefit the community as local, state and government taxes will be paid. Educational seminars will be held on the artistry of special effects makeup, writing, film distribution.

Horror Artist Wes Benscoter to Paint Lucky Band’s Cover Art

Mortician Artwork by Wes Benscoter

As profiled in Revolver Magazine‘s new “The Art of Hard Rock and Heavy Metal” special issue—available on newsstands only—acclaimed horror/heavy-metal artist Wes Benscoter has painted the album covers of Slayer’s Divine Intervention and Live Intrusion, Dio's Stand up and Shout, Nile's Black Seed of Vengeance, Regurgitate’s Carnivorous Erection, Mortician’s Chainsaw Dismemberment, and Cattle Decapitation’s Humanure, among a slew of other hard-rockin’ art. Now, thanks to your friends at Revolver Magazine, he could be creating the cover for your band’s next recording. Just enter your info below with a link to your music; the Revolver editors will then select the best of the bunch and Benscoter will paint that group’s new cover!!! And you know it will be nasty!

Note: Benscoter has final creative control over the concept and painting, though he will work with the winning band to come up with that, as he does with any client. Also, the final art may only be used as the cover of the band’s next record; further use, including merchandising use, must be negotiated separately.

New Survival of The Dead Poster and Trailer with George A. Ramero Commentary

Survival of The Dead - Poster Thumbnail
"Survival of the Dead" is the upcoming movie in George A. Romero's continuing exploration of a post-apocalyptic world where zombies are kind and humans are the "lower species. Comic book fans are also in for a treat as they will see some familiar art in one of the film's new promotional poster.

"The Walking Dead" artist, Charlie Adlard created the art for the "Survival of the Dead" poster as seen below. You can see the full poster by clicking the image, and read on for all the killer details about the latest chapter in Romero's undead zombie saga. You will find more information about the movie below, as well as a new trailer with commentary from George A. Romero himself (along with a little help from some zombies on the set).

Survival of the Dead Charlie Adlard Poster Small

Survival of The Dead Trailer with George A. Ramero Commentary

SURVIVAL OF THE DEAD premieres on VOD, Amazon, Xbox Live and Playstation April 30 and in theaters on May 28th.

Machete Teaser Trailer and Movie Synopsis

Machete - Robert Rodriguez
It's finally here, the official Robert Rodriguez Machete Teaser Trailer. The movie focuses on Machete (Trejo), a renegade former "Mexican Federale". After a shakedown with a druglord (Seagal), Machete roams the towns and streets of Texas looking to do yard work in exchange for money. Michael Benz (Fahey), a local businessman and spin doctor, explains to Machete that McLaughlin (De Niro), a corrupt senator, is sending hundreds of illegal immigrants out of the country. In order to stop this, Benz offers Machete $150,000 to kill McLaughlin. Machete accepts the murder contract. As Machete attempts to assassinate McLaughlin during a rally, he is double-crossed and one of Benz's henchmen shoots him. It is revealed that Benz orchestrated the entire attempted assassination as part of a false flag operation to gain public support for McLaughlin's harsh anti-immigration laws. By setting up Machete as the patsy, the conspirators make it appear that an outlaw illegal Mexican immigrant has tried to assassinate the senator.

A wounded Machete is taken to a hospital to be treated for wounds, and escapes from the guards before he can be arrested. Agent Sartana (Alba), a persistent U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent, is sent by her superior, Lt. Stillman (Johnson), to go find and capture the injured Machete. Machete, with the help of Luz (Rodriguez), a saucy taco slinger, recruits Padre Benecio del Toro (Marin), Machete's "holy" brother. To take revenge on Benz, Machete kidnaps Benz's wife and his daughter, April (Lohan), who has a penchant for guns. After encountering Machete, Sartana begins to have a special interest in the blade slinger. Machete rallies a group of illegal immigrants together, and begins to hunt the people who double crossed him.

***Sorry folks, this video keeps being pulled due to a copyright claim by Twentieth Century Fox. We will keep reposting new versions when possible.

Machete Official Movie Trailer - Lindsay Lohan, Jessica Alba, Danny Trejo, Steven Seagal and more

Critics React to the New Nightmare on Elm Street and Weigh in on Freddy

'Candyman 2: Farewell To The Flesh' Director to Helm Final Twilight Movie

"Candyman 2: Farewell To The Flesh" and "Dreamgirls" writer-director Bill Condon is set to helm "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn," Summit Entertainment announced in a statement to Access Hollywood on Wednesday.

The helmer has also written and directed such films as "Kinsey" and "Gods and Monsters ," for which he won an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay - and showcased his horror expertise on 1995's "Candyman 2: Farewell To The Flesh."

Franchise screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg is currently working on the "Breaking Dawn" script, the studio confirmed.

"I'm very excited to get the chance to bring the climax of this saga to life on-screen," Bill said in a statement to Access. "As fans of the series know, this is a one-of-a-kind book - and we're hoping to create an equally unique cinematic experience."

"Twilight Saga" author Stephenie Meyer also approved of the decision.

"I'm so thrilled that Bill wants to work with us," she said in a statement. "I think he's going to be a great fit, and I'm excited to see what he does with the material."

The long-awaited announcement did not indicate a release date for the film, nor an answer to the rumors that the plot-heavy fourth book would be adapted into two films, a la "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows."

Channel Midnight to Release Horror Films 'Burning Inside' and Canniballistic!

Burning Inside Horror Movie

Channel Midnight to distribute Nathan Wrann's film BURNING INSIDE and James Felix McKenney's CANNIBALLISTIC!

Brooklyn, NY - Channel Midnight Releasing announces its arrival as a distributor of unique and unusual genre films beginning this spring with director Nathan Wrann's (HUNTING SEASON) dark and violent revenge thriller BURNING INSIDE, followed by a remastered version of James Felix McKenney's (AUTOMATONS, HYPOTHERMIA) debut feature CANNIBALLISTIC!

CHANNEL MIDNIGHT was founded by filmmaker James Felix McKenney
SATAN HATES YOU) and Chase Tyler of The Work Room Productions as a
means to distribute select titles from McKenney's filmography. Along
the way they have come across impressive works by other talent
filmmakers that screamed to be seen by their target audience.

"We started out forming the company simply to distribute a new "prime
cut" of my first film CANNIBALLISTIC! and some upcoming projects that
I've been developing. But when I saw Nathan's film BURNING INSIDE, I
fell in love with it and knew we had to be a part of getting it out
there." says McKenney.

BURNING INSIDE is an intense, surreal and violent exploration of the
entangled nature of revenge and memory from Nathan Wrann, Dalton Gang
Productions and Elmar Berger's Manic Entertainment. The film stars
Michael Wrann and Kristina Powis.

Fear Zone's Greg Lamberson had this to say about BURNING INSIDE:
"There is an awareness of filmmaking as a storytelling medium at work
here that you will not find in a multiplex... A wholly original and
daring piece of cinema. It's rare that acting, cinematography and
editing work in such perfect harmony to create something this
unique... Highly recommended to lovers of smart films."


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