'Tales of Poe' coming to DVD and Digital HD

Tales of Poeby MoreHorror.com

Edgar Allan Poe is resurrected by iconic Scream Queens as Wild Eye Releasing brings Tales of Poe to DVD and Digital HD October 11th.

Check out all the details below.

From The Press Release
Wild Eye Releasing has announced the October 11th DVD and Digital HD release of the acclaimed horror anthology Tales of Poe. Since the world premiere at the famous Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, Tales of Poe has been met with acclaim and awards on the festival circuit. San Francisco Weekly called the anthology "a worthy successor to the Roger Corman/ Vincent Price Poe films" while Icons of Fright hailed the result as "downright stunning to witness...wickedly adventurous".

Co-directed by Bart Mastronardi and Alan Rowe Kelly and co-written by Michael Varrati, Tales of Poe combines the classic horror prose with the star power of legendary scream queens Adrienne King (Friday the 13th, Friday the 13th Part 2), Caroline Williams (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, Halloween 2), Amy Steel (Friday the 13th Part 2, April Fool's Day) Debbie Rochon (Model Hunger, Hell Town) and Lesleh Donaldson (Happy Birthday to Me, Funeral Home).

'Grim Weaver' to screen in North Hollywood in October

Grim Weaverby MoreHorror In Hollywood,

Ernest Serrano’s Grim Weaver will be featured at the historic NOHO7 Laemmle Theater in North Hollywood from October 28 through October 31, 2016. The Laemmle Theater is located at 5240 Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91601. The Laemmle Theater phone number is (310) 478-3836. There will be 28 showings of the film at the NOHO7 Laemmle.

“Grim Weaver” stars Sid Burston (Exit Strategy, Get Thee Behind Thee), Art Roberts (Interstellar Wars, Slink), Roxanne Dover (The Shield, Miles Away), Malika Perkins Blessing (The Perfect Man), Belinda Fruge (Unspeakable Indiscretions), among many other talented actors. The film features Dawna Lee Heising of More Horror in Hollywood as Debbie Cory.

As a child in Newark, New Jersey, “Grim Weaver” director Ernest Serrano had two seemingly conflictual dreams - to enter into law enforcement and to write, direct, produce, and distribute independently produced films. Serrano enlisted in the Navy upon graduation from Barrington High School and honorably and outstandingly completed his tour of duty. After marrying Michelle Griffin within 30 days of their initial meeting, Serrano entered into the world of entertainment. Beginning as a production assistant, he worked as a gaffer, best boy, prop maker, and finally as a special effects makeup artist.

Filled with enjoyment by the magic of filmmaking, his head and heart still continued to long to serve and protect. As a result, he entered into law enforcement in 2002 and joined the Fresno Sheriff’s office in 2005. In 2013, he established Burnt Chili Productions in order to serve local businesses by creating 30-second commercials that could be posted online as marketing tools. Simultaneously, he completed a number of short films.

While visiting Sid and Betty Burston in Las Vegas, Serrano shared some of his film work. Within weeks, Ernest and Michele and Betty Burston completed a 125 page script for the horror genre film, Grim Weaver, which began filming in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, June 25, 2016 and filmed in five cities throughout California.

Blair Witch (2016) Review

Blair WitchReviewed by Jesse Miller

Back when the sneaky buggers at Lionsgate revealed that the upcoming Adam Wingard (You’re Next) directed The Woods was a new Blair Witch film; I almost fell out of my chair. Making a sequel to a 1999 film after all these years is a ballsy move – but more importantly, where could you possibly go with the story?

The answer is: I can’t tell you. This is something you’re going to want to see for yourself.

What I will tell you is the plot: James, the younger brother of Heather, finds new evidence of Heather out in the woods where she disappeared and sets out with his girlfriend, Lisa and his two other friends, Pete and Ashley.

Along the way, they’re joined by another couple Lane and Talia, who know a bit about the history of the place and tag along for the journey to find his sister.

The cast here are up to the task. They're believable, have chemistry with one another and also bounce off one another beautifully. They’re everything required in a film like Blair Witch and not one member gives a weak performance.

Adam Wingard and his writing partner Simon Barrett know their established mythology and they play it respectful and safe, hitting the same notes of the original by introducing some of their own ideas, like Drone cameras and ear cameras.
The drone camera and ear cameras are a promising feature for the found footage genre and even tease at the capabilities in this world but outside of a few concepts, these ideas are underused and didn’t bring much to the table.

Another new aspect to the film is where the original dealt with the supernatural in a suggestive manner, Blair Witch dials that up to 11 when dealing with the subject matter.

'Krampus: The Devil Returns' (2016) Review

Krampus The Devil ReturnsReviewed by Jesse Miller

Krampus:The Devil Devil Returns
Synopsis: Five years after the murder of his wife and disappearance of his daughter, former police officer Jeremy Duffin is brought back to help in the hunt for a yuletide monster that punishes children that have been "naughty." As the monster becomes more erratic and unpredictable, Jeremy learns the truth about the disappearance of his daughter and the fate that has been bestowed upon him by an unlikely source. Can Jeremy finally end the nightmare Christmas monster that has terrorized this town for years?

Returning as Writer/Director to the world he created, Jason Hull has brought us all an early gift for Christmas in the form of this beast of a sequel to his 2013 feature Krampus: The Christmas Devil.

Also returning is A.J Leslie, now looking a little grizzled, as he’s brought back into the mix after Krampus has come back to work, crossing kiddies off the naughty list and causing chaos.

I dug Leslie’s unkempt look. He’s manic and more than a little feral as he’s brought into the investigation of a couple of missing kids. Leslie also plays Jeremy as a little more ferocious now. He’s angrier – rightly so – and this comes across in Leslie’s solid performance.

Some sequel’s, well they just do away with the lead and introduce a new character but I enjoyed how Krampus 2 ups the ante here, bringing back Jeremy to finish his character arc and tie off any loose ends.

The end result there is that things wrap up in a satisfying manner for me. I am happy where Krampus 2 left me. I think it ended where it had to and that it knew when to bow out, rather than stretching on like some climaxes can do these days.

Movie Review: The Shallows (2016)

The Shallows DVDReviewed by Seth Metoyer,

I went into The Shallows with pretty low expectations. From the trailer and key art released, it was obvious what was in store. Blake Lively in a bikini being hunted in shallow waters by a lunatic shark, and that’s what we got.

To my surprise, it actually worked. It exceeded my expectations, which I mentioned, were pretty low to begin with.

The Shallows is a survival horror thriller film directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, written by Anthony Jaswinski and starring Blake Lively. In the movie, a surfer (Blake Lively), on a hiatus from medical school, becomes stranded two hundred yards from shore. She must use her smarts and conjure up the determination to survive a great white shark attack.

For some unknown reason, this shark had a major beef with humans. Perhaps he was territorial of the whale carcass he was munching on, but he sure seemed to be overly pissed off about humans hanging out in the area. Get off my lawn, humans!

At the end of the day I think The Shallows was a decent movie. Didn't hate it, didn't love it. However, it completely delivered what I expected to see. Gorgeous scenery, Blake Lively’s wet ass in a Bikini and a sometimes OK looking man eating CGI Shark, and other times not so convincing CGI looking Shark (although better than most of the Syfy CGI Shark offerings).

I wouldn't go in to this one expecting an Oscar caliber film (although Lively's performance is pretty good) or something you haven't seen before. This is at most a semi-fun popcorn flick that shouldn't be taken too seriously. At the very least not a bad one to have on in the background while getting some work done.

Movie Review: Microwave Massacre (1983)

Microwave MassacreReviewed by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

Microwave Massacre (1983)
Written by: Thomas Singer and Craig Muckler
Directed by: Wayne Berwick
Cast: Jackie Vernon (Donald), Claire Ginsberg (May), Loren Schein (Roosevelt), Al Troupe (Philip), Lou Anne Webber (Dee Dee Dee), Ed Thomas (Dr. Von Der Fool)

There were two significant inventions that shaped suburbia, and the lives of regular people in general in the 1980’s Those boons to domestic life would be the video cassette recorder and the microwave oven. More often than not, they were used in conjunction with one another to create a defining social moment for me. I ate microwave popcorn for the very first time while I watched “Footloose” on our brand new VCR. Over the next couple of years, the movies varied from comedy to horror, and Hollywood big budget all the way down to video nasties. The microwave food varied from popcorn to nachos, brownies, and TV dinners. All the stuff you eat now at a convenience store if terribly hungry and no other options are available, but high end back then because of the novelty of it alone.

Microwave Massacre is a bit of a time capsule in that the mystery and wonder of the microwave hadn’t yet faded, and it was supposed to be completely possible to cook real gourmet food in ten minutes in a plastic bowls. Now we know, with our modern sensibilities that even microwaved bacon doesn’t taste right. Donald’s wife, May is under those some delusions, and he’s paying the price. His evening dinner experience routinely consists of fancy plates with little symmetrical blocks of pre-processed international cuisine resting on them. He’s a meat and potatoes guy, and the culture shift that’s been pushed upon him is more than he can bear. He works construction, and his co-workers are his sounding board of why he can’t have regular food. This was filmed in 1981, but has a heavy seventies vibe. Donald’s friends from work kinda resemble one of the members of the Electric Mayhem band on The Muppets, and the construction guy in the Village People. Eventually, an unfortunate accident takes Donald in a direction that he could’ve anticpated….cannibalism. Very few films have pulled off such a dark subject in a tongue and cheek fashion, but Microwave Massacre somehow does it. Donald’s bloodlust can’t be satiated, and he goes on the hunt for unsuspecting victims to put into his industrial sized, first generation microwave that even has the pull down door like a regular oven.

'SHIN GODZILLA' stomps into North American theaters in October


Godzilla is back and badder than ever. “SHIN GODZILLA” will be hitting the big screen on October 8 in the U.S. and Canada.

Check out all the details below.

From The Press Release
The iconic science-fiction monster Godzilla makes land fall in the U.S. and Canada this October with the North American theatrical release of “SHIN GODZILLA” from Toho Company, Ltd—and you can score your tickets now! Fans have been clamoring for news of the film’s theatrical dates ever since Funimation® Films made its surprise acquisition announcement in July at San Diego Comic Con 2016. The company revealed that “SHIN GODZILLA” will roar into theaters for a limited engagement October 11 – 18, screening in more than 440 theaters across the U.S. and Canada. Tickets for “SHIN GODZILLA” are now available for pre-purchase on the official film website beginning today, September 9. You can also use the theater locator on the official website to find where SHIN GODZILLA is playing near you, as well as watch the heart-stopping movie trailer!

“We are thrilled to bring ‘SHIN GODZILLA’ to theaters across North America this October,” said Gen Fukunaga, CEO and President of Funimation. “Toho established Godzilla as one of the most iconic monsters in science fiction history and we’re honored to now be a part of that history with the theatrical release of this new movie. Fans will not want to miss this limited theatrical event.“

Co-directed by Hideaki Anno (creator of “Evangelion”) and Shinji Higuchi (director of Toho’s 2015 “Attack on Titan” live action movies), “SHIN GODZILLA” is the 29th Godzilla film produced by Toho and represents a brand-new chapter in the 62-year history of this celebrated movie monster. The film stars Hiroki Hasegawa and Satomi Ishihara – both also from the “Attack on Titan” live-action movies – as well as Yutaka Takenouchi.

“Movie audiences can look forward to a great time watching ’SHIN GODZILLA’ this October,” said Mike DuBoise, EVP and COO of Funimation. “A larger than life monster like Godzilla has to be experienced on the big screen. And we expect this movie to sell out in numerous theaters so we encourage fans to purchase tickets in advance.”

'Phantasm: Ravager' to hit theaters, Digital HD and VOD in October

By Seth Metoyer,

The Tall Man returns in PHANTASM: RAVAGER, the fifth and final film in the series will be in theaters and On Digital HD and On Demand October 7th.

Additionally, Phantasm: Remasterd in 4k will also be in select theaters and on VOD October 7th.

I'm definitely looking forward to seeing Angus Scrimm in his final and arguably most notable role as Tall Man.

Check out all the details below.

From The Press Release
Phantasm: Ravager is an all-new film that brings one of cinema’s longest-running franchises (36 years!) without a reboot to a close, with Mike (A. Michael Baldwin) and Reggie (Reggie Banister) teaming up to confront the dimension-hopping Tall Man (Angus Scrimm, in his final role) once and for all.

Written by Don Coscarelli & David Hartman
Directed by David Hartman
Executive Produced by Brad Baruh
Starring Angus Scrimm, Reggie Bannister, and A. Michael Baldwin

All-new 4K restoration of the original 1979 cult classic
In Theaters & On Digital HD & On Demand October 7th
Also In Select Theaters as part of the Art House Theater Day on September 24, 2016

Teaser trailer for horror/thriller ADAM K. releases

By Seth Metoyer,

The folks over at #SINNINGWORKS have released the official teaser for the upcoming horror/thriller ADAM K. Pretty cool poster design as well.

Check out the teaser below the official deets.

From The Press Release
Filmmaker Joston “El Rey” Theney of the production company #SinningWorks releases the official teaser for ADAM K., a film that's been called "Sadistic", "Vile", and "Utterly Creepy." The film stars MTV “Teen Mom” Farrah Abraham, rising pop-singer Emii and horror movie regulars Brinke Stevens, Mindy Robinson, Arielle Brachfeld, Sarah Nicklin and Kristin Wall.

Home video will see the DVD/Blu-ray release on Halloween 2016, with the VOD and On-Demand release scheduled for November 22, 2016. DVD/Blu-ray Pre-order Packs are available starting August 29th. Check the Facebook page for more details at www.Facebook.com/AdamKTheMovie as well as the Twitter page atwww.Twitter.com/AdamKTheMovie

When a lonely, awkward insurance claims adjuster is rejected, only the blood of his victims can keep him warm. In this horror/thriller – referred to as “Sadistic, Vile and Will Get Your Attention!” and “A Dementedly, Fucked Up Slice of Humanity” – watch as ADAM K kills to be your friend.

Encounter 'The Evil Gene' in September

'Supernatural’s' Richard Speight Jr and 'Murder in the First’s' Cameron Richardson encounter The Evil Gene this September.

Check out the trailer below the details and synopsis.

From The Press Release
Writer-director Kathryn F.Taylor’s unique carafe of suspense and spook premieres on VOD and DVD 9/6 from Uncork’d Entertainment.

FBI Agent Griff Krenshaw (Speight Jr) is sent to a top-secret prison and research facility where the U.S. government has segregated federal inmates possessing the so-called "evil gene," a rare genetic defect that triggers violent, psychotic breakdowns in those who carry it.

As Griff attempts to investigate the death of the facility's head researcher, he becomes convinced that there's an evil force at work in the prison . . . and it isn't human.

Lindsey Ginter (Argo), Anthony L.Fernandez (The Wedding Ringer), Gene Gabriel (The Boatman), Ted Heyck (Criminal Minds) and James Crosby (NCIS) co-star in a thought-provoking chiller that stays with you until the black kicks in.

The Evil Gene will be available September 6 digitally on iTunes, Xbox, Google, Vudu, Amazon, DirecTV, Dish and more. Also available on DVD from Walmart and Family Video.

First look at Jared Masters’ silent horror film ‘Amethyst’

The 1st trailer for the upcoming feature film Amethyst was released this morning. It is the latest from psycho-sensationalist Jared Masters of Frolic Pictures. It is a silent film, and the true story of a girl, who took too much (LSD), and went down the rabbit hole, never to return to this side of reality again.

After exceeding the recommended dose (by about 499 hits of liquid lysergic acid), Amethyst becomes consumed by its psychedelic properties and discovers a whole new existence above ours, a place beyond invisible mirrors. Although she must endure this tragedy, some good does come from it. She befriends a piccolo-playing eunuch, and follows magical orbs to their family cluster.

Will Amethyst’s best friend, Ember, find her … in time? Will Amethyst kill, or be killed, by the many strange beings that surround her? Will she devour the tempting fungi indigenous to the wood? Only you can tell, after baring witness, to the sights and sounds of this splendid, startling and spectacular motion picture event.

Don’t miss Grace Klich and Val Miller, out of the house, exploring the wonders of a secret world. Vampires, sea nymphs, gentiles, river fairies, butterflies and ghost children. Will the mysterious 100-foot obelisk, that Amethyst discovers, help send her home? She may even find sea nymph eggs, but what will she do with them?

This film is not recommended for the closed-minded, or persons with shallow cinematic taste. However, if you are someone who has ever dreamed of an oasis of joy and laughter, this side of Heaven, where goat-footed dwarves ride white pygmy ponies, then, this one’s for you.

'Death Ward 13' now in pre-production

By Seth Metoyer,

I gotta say I'm really digging this poster for the upcoming film Death Ward 13, a remake of Dont Look In The Basement. Check out all the details below.

From The Press Release
The cult-classic DON’T LOOK IN THE BASEMENT is being re-imagined by horror director Todd Nunes and L.A.-based Bone Crusher Films. The new film, DEATH WARD 13 is currently in pre-production in Los Angeles. DEATH WARD 13 is inspired by S.F. Brownrigg’s DON’T LOOK IN THE BASEMENT (1973) and Edgar Allen Poe’s short story “The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether" (1845). DEATH WARD 13 promises to deliver a thrilling remake with a shocking collection of criminally insane patients: botched lobotomies, necrophilia, sexual deviance, and violent psychopaths.

DEATH WARD 13 will be directed by award-winning horror filmmaker Todd Nunes (ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE). “I’m a huge fan of the original DON’T LOOK IN THE BASEMENT and saw the movie as a 10-year-old; I was mesmerized by the insane characters and the twist ending,” says Director, Todd Nunes. “In this reimagined version I want to give fans a taste of the original with added practical effects and lots of bloody gore for modern audiences. DEATH WARD 13 will have more nurses, more maniacs, and more blood. We’re eager to shoot the film in an isolated mental hospital in the woods, to embody the iconic 70s grindhouse era.”

SYNOPSIS: It's 1973 and the Stephens Sanitarium for the Criminally Insane prepares to shut down permanently. Days before closing, four beautiful nursing students arrive to care for the last handful of “harmless" mental patients in a suspiciously understaffed ward. Confronted by their violent charges, the nurses soon realize that they are trapped inside the asylum with a deadly crew of vicious lunatics. Each patient has their own perverse identity, their own personal demons, and their own violent agenda. Pushed to the brink of insanity, the young nurses find themselves in a gruesome fight for survival inside Ward 13.

Official full trailer for 'MANIA' releases

By Seth Metoyer

The official trailer for director Jessica Cameron's sophomore film MANIA has released.

Watch the trailer below. Warning the trailer is NSFW and viewer discretion is advised.

From The Press Release
Jessica Cameron’s sophomore feature film, Mania, has released its full length trailer.

Mania is currently playing film festivals all around the world and has won 10 awards thus far.

Mania is produced by Mem Ferda, who also brought us Jessica Cameron's first film Truth or Dare, which shocked audiences worldwide with its extreme, relentless violence. Mania is as uncompromising as its predecessor, but the violence is replaced with a lesbian sexuality that is as shocking as Truth or Dare's extreme gore.

Here’s the synopsis: Brooke makes a deadly mistake during a manic episode, forcing her and her lover to flee their home and embark on a sex-charged and gore-filled road trip. Can Mel bring Brooke back from the edge or is it too late for their love and their lives.

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Movie Review: Rob Zombie’s '31'

31Reviewed by Jason Lees,

I have a strange history with Mr. Rob Zombie.

I saw “House of 1000 Corpses” randomly on a road trip. I had a few hours to kill with my brother so we saw it and loved every frame. It was wild and different, and it felt rebellious . A few years later, my brother and I were on another road trip and happened to be in that same city and saw “The Devil’s Rejects” at that same theater. Again, we loved it, only this time it wasn’t just some wild ride, it was a great movie. I remember thinking, during the credits, that I couldn’t wait to get the DVD so I could listen to Zombie talk about this film and learn about what went into it. I’d never come across a director with such a steep learning curve between his first two films. I wanted more.

I appreciated his “Halloween”s (especially II) and am always the only one laughing in the room when we play “Superbeasto.” I know there are other fans out there, but around here, I’m the only one who LOLs when Otis makes his cameo.

And “The Lords of Salem” gets better each time I watch it.

So, before reading this 31 review, be forewarned: I’m a BIG fan of director Rob Zombie.

As I write this up, I’ve just finished watching “31” and I’m torn.

31 is Zombie’s answer to ‘stupid’ movies. He took the simple idea of crazy fuckers kidnapping people and making them battle to survive and put it in his pocket universe. 31 exists in a world where you expect Captain Spaulding and Baby to stop by and get gas.

We get a collection of carnival workers (featuring some returning Zombie alum and some fresh faces, too) who get jumped and drug away to a factory to see who best can defend themselves against chainsaws, clowns, and chainsaw wielding clowns. So, in a way, Zombie is remaking “The Most Dangerous Game,” only on acid.

Daylight’s End (2016) Film Review

Daylight's EndReviewed by Jesse Miller,

Synopsis: Years after a mysterious plague has devastated the planet and turned most of humanity into blood-hungry creatures, a rogue drifter on a vengeful hunt stumbles across a band of survivors in an abandoned police station and reluctantly agrees to try to help them defend themselves and escape to the sanctuary they so desperately need.

There’s been a lot of zombie apocalypse material in the horror genre these days that it might be easy to pass over a title just because you’ve seen it all been done before.

Should you come across DAYLIGHT’S END, however, be sure to give this adventure a look, as it’s a well-polished action horror that strives to do something out of the ordinary.

Directed by William Kaufman and written by Chad Law, Daylight’s End is a slick, energetic piece that knows which notes it’s going to play in a bloody, violent sonata that will appeal to the toughest post-apocalyptic fans and critics.

Chad Laws’ screenplay is lean and mean. It’s tight and to the point and free of any fat. It spent the first ten minutes of the film without dialogue, only using location and backdrops as a set up.

From there, it’s a no nonsense story. It gets in and out without ponderous slow scenes and its characters that talk matter-of-factly only serve to illustrate this, as they don’t meander with unnecessary dialogue and scenes.

Johnny Strong’s performance here is terrific. It actually reminded me of Australia’s own actioner – Mad Max. That is to say that Strong portrays his character as a grizzled quiet man. He’s lost something important to him and is on a road to nowhere when he connects with the other characters of the film.

Chelsea Edmundson is one of those characters named Sam. She plays Sam as a tough heroine but also with a vulnerable side. She also works well with Johnny Strong, acting as his character’s link to the rest of the support characters and their story arc.


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