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26 Stills From 26 ‘ABCs of Death 2′ Shorts (Not Work Safe!)

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 17:39

Now on VOD platforms, check out 26 stills from the 26 shorts of Magnet Releasing and Drafthouse Films’ ABCs of Death 2, also set for a theatrical run on Haloween.

You’ll see all sorts of maniacal madness from beheadings to all sorts of insane creatures. It looks like a genre fan’s wet dream.

“ABC’s of Death 2 is the follow-up to the most ambitious anthology film ever conceived with productions spanning from Nigeria to UK to Brazil and everywhere in between. It features segments directed by over two dozen of the world’s leading talents in contemporary genre film. The film is comprised of twenty-six individual chapters, each helmed by a different director assigned a letter of the alphabet. The directors were then given free rein in choosing a word to create a story involving death. Provocative, shocking, funny and at times confrontational, ABC’s of Death 2 is another global celebration of next generation genre filmmaking.

FULL DIRECTOR LIST:

Julian Barratt (THE MIGHTY BOOSH)
Todd Rohal (THE CATECHISM CATALYSM)
Steven Kostanski (MANBORG)
Alejandro Brugués (JUAN OF THE DEAD)
Jim Hosking (commercial director)
Hajime Ohata (HENGE)
Chris Nash (SKINFECTIONS)
Álex de la Iglesia (THE LAST CIRCUS, DAY OF THE BEAST)
Rodney Ascher (ROOM 237)
Bill Plympton (Animator)
Erik Matti (ON THE JOB, MAGIC TEMPLE)
Kristina Buozyte and Bruno Samper (VANISHING WAVES)
Sion Sono (COLD FISH, SUICIDE CLUB)
Vincenzo Natali (SPLICE, CUBE)
Larry Fessenden (THE LAST WINTER, HABIT)
Marcus Dunstan (THE COLLECTION)
Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo (INSIDE, LIVID)
E.L. Katz (CHEAP THRILLS)
Jen and Sylvia Soska (AMERICAN MARY, DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK)
Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado (RABIES, BIG BAD WOLVES)
Julian Gilbey (A LONELY PLACE TO DIE)
Dennison Ramalho (NINJAS and LOVE FOR MOTHER ONLY)
Lancelot Imasuen (Nollywood director)
Jerome Sable (THE LEGEND OF BEAVER DAM, STAGEFRIGHT)
Robert Morgan (BOBBY YEAH)

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Twisted Music Video Of The Week Vol. 155: Better Left Unsaid “Liberator”

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 17:30

Have you seen 2012′s Maniac, the fantastic remake of the 1980 stalker horror flick? If not, you’re seriously missing out. It’s gory, it’s incredibly well crafted, and it features a stunning score that will haunt you for days.

The reason I bring up that movie is because when I watched “Liberator”, the new Better Left Unsaid video, I got that kinda feel from it. The video shows a man taking photos of a deceased woman as he poses her for several different vignettes.

Drummer Brent Terry told Revolver:

We wanted to move away from the digital, high definition, extremely clean, and cinematic style videos that we have created in the past. We intentionally made the video focus on the lyrics, with not even a single member of the band appearing in it. We truly wanted the listener to ‘view’ what the song was about. Words are always open for interpretation, but video on the other hand tells a different story.

Head on below to check out this video and definitely leave some recommendations for what should go up next week!

Better Left Unsaid will be releasing a collection of three albums entitled The Reissues, which comes out October 14th (pre-order here).

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The Long Losts Release ‘Scary Songs To Play In The Dark’

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 16:19

Goth rock duo The Long Losts have released their debut full length album Scary Songs To Play In The Dark earlier this week. The album features, “10 creepy tales and tunes to chill your bones and keep you up all night…dancing!

The album cover is a total nod to the Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark book series while the song titles are all references to horror films or characters in the horror universe, such as Trick R Treat‘s Sam or Lily of The Munsters.

Check out the album below.

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‘See No Evil 2′ Images Featuring Danielle Harris and Katharine Isabelle!

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 15:49

See No Evil 2, which features star wrestler Kane as “Jacob Goodnight”, a psychopath that goes on a killing spree, will be available on Digital HD and Video On Demand Friday, October 17th, and on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD (plus Digital) on Tuesday, October 21st.

Starring Danielle Harris (Halloween, Hatchet II), Katharine Isabelle (Ginger Snaps, Freddy vs Jason), Greyston Holt (Lost Boys: The Tribe), Chelan Simmons (Tucker and Dale vs Evil), Kaj Eriksen and Lee Majdoub, from the pic directed by Jen and Sylvia Soska (American Mary), we now have the first batch of official imagery that shows the aforementioned stars hoping to survive a night decimated by Jacob Goodnight.

A group of friends pays a late-night visit to the city morgue to surprise Amy (Harris) on her birthday. But the surprise is on them when the one-eyed corpse of brutal psychopath Jacob Goodnight (Jacobs) unexpectedly rises from a cold sub-basement slab. Their wild party quickly turns into a terrifying slay-fest as the sadistic mass-murderer resumes his savage rampage complete with hooks, surgical knives and power saws.

DVD and Blu-ray special features will include: “Twisted Twins (Soska Sisters)” featurette, “Autopsy: Dissecting the Kills” featurette and “Kane’s Goodnight: An Icon Reborn” featurette

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Two Clips From Stephen King’s ‘A Good Marriage’ Get Vicious (Exclusive)

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 15:48

Two can keep a secret, if one of them is dead.

Screen Media Films’ A Good Marriage, adapted from Stephen King’s short story from the collection “Full Dark, No Stars,” is now on VOD and in limited theaters.

Bloody Disgusting has two exclusive clips, one that best extremely vicious in bed.

King wrote the screenplay and Peter Askin directed the film, starring Joan Allen, Anthony LaPaglia, Kristen Connolly and Stephen Lang.

When her husband (Anthony LaPaglia) of more than twenty years is away on one of his business trips, Darcy Anderson (Joan Allen) looks for batteries in the garage. Instead she discovers the stranger inside her husband. It’s a horrifying discovery, rendered with bristling intensity, and it definitively ends a good marriage.

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Bigfoot Discovered! First Look at the Beast In ‘Exists’ (Images)

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 14:44

From Blair Witch director Eduardo Sanchez, Exists pits a group of twenty-somethings against the legendary Bigfoot. The above image teases your first look at the legendary beast, with even more stills shared below.

In Bigfoot’s bold return to the big screen, “For five friends, it was a chance for a summer getaway— a weekend of camping in the Texas Big Thicket. But visions of a carefree vacation are shattered with an accident on a dark and desolate country road. In the wake of the accident, a bloodcurdling force of nature is unleashed—something not exactly human, but not completely animal— an urban legend come to terrifying life…and seeking murderous revenge.

The film stars Chris Osborn, Dora Madison Burge, Roger Edwards, Samuel Davis, Denise Williamson and Brian Steele and is produced by Jane Fleming, Mark Ordesky, Robin Cowie and J. Andrew Jenkins.

Exists hits theaters and iTunes on October 24.

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Tons of Images From the “Constantine” Pilot Episode

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 14:12

NBC released a massive batch of first look images from the pilot presentation of “Constantine,” the DC Comics/Warner Bros. TV adaptation starring Matt Ryan as the chain-smokin’ title character.

Set to debut October 24, the fantasy vehicle is “about occult master and demon hunter John Constantine, who is tasked with defending humanity from the forces of evil.

Harold Perrineau Jr., Lucy Griffiths and Charles Halford co-star. Daniel Cerone and David S. Goyer exec produce.

The project is based on the “Hellblazer” comic book series. It has already been adapted into the 2005 feature film starring Keanu Reeves.

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Get 26 Tracks By Snagging Relapse Records Free 2014 Sampler

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 14:00

Relapse Records has come through for fans of punk/metal/doom/sludge/whatever by offering up a free 26-track sampler that features such bands as Myrkur, Iron Reagan, Nothing, Ringworm, Obituary, and many more. For free, you really can’t go wrong! So get on below and check out the sampler and then head over to Bandcamp to snag your free download.

Relapse Sampler 2014 by Relapse Sampler

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‘Friday the 13th’ Images You’ve Never Seen!

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 11:41

Fridaythe13thfranchise.com just landed a monster Halloween treat in a batch of previously unseen images from Sean Cunningham’s 1980 Friday the 13th.

As explained by the site, Billy Kirkus, who is currently working on an untitled project that is being kept under wraps for the time being, is utilizing images from Friday The 13th 1980. There are over 4,000 images from the production of the film being looked through for the project, and Billy was kind enough to send a the site few of the behind the scenes photos.

Below are a number of candid images taken in-between takes at camp No-Be-Bo-Sco in Hardwick, New Jersey (the location used for the infamous Camp Crystal Lake) as well as in the town of Blairstown. We’ll point out some information for each image, but highlights for us include finally seeing a photo of Ron Milkie (Officer Dorf) dumping the police motorcycle as he tries to drive away from the camp, seeing Steve Miner at the camp and a funny photo of Sean Cunningham on “Crystal Lake” in a sinking canoe.

Photo Source: Billy Kirkus/Fridaythe13thfranchise.com

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Waxwork Records Display Gorgeous ‘Trick R Treat’ Vinyl Picture Discs

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 11:30

Waxwork Records has tweeted a photo that shows their upcoming Trick R Treat picture discs, which are absolutely fantastic! One shows the infamous pumpkin lollipop intact on one side and broken on the other. The second shows Sam’s burlap mask and the other his horrific visage. You can see them below

The film was composed by Douglas Pipes. Details on the releases will be coming next week, so keep an eye out.

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‘Mockingbird’ Poster Has a Fear of Clowns

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 11:29

Bloody Disgusting was excited to safe with you the first ever review of Mockingbird, directed by The Strangers‘ Bryan Bertino.

Now, we have a better look at the official poster for the release that’s quietly looming on Digital HD on October 7th, while it will also be available on DVD exclusively from Wal-Mart starting on October 21st.

It’s a found-footage thriller “centering on three cameras that are given to three separate households on the same night with instructions to keep filming if they want to live, but as the night wears on, the characters are pulled into a deadly confrontation with each other at the behest of their unseen tormentor.

Todd Stashwick (“Justified,” “Heroes”), Audrey Marie Anderson, and Alexa Lydon star.

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Several New ‘Ouija’ Spots Hope You Say “Yes”

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 11:22

Universal Pictures is playing with the Ouija once again, this time saying “yes” to several new TV Spots.

In theaters October 24, the movie looks sort of like Final Destination, only they’re being haunted by what appears to be an angry old lady flaming to be their dead “friend”.

The pic stars “Bates Motel” and The Quiet Ones‘ Olivia Cooke, with Douglas Smith and Bianca Santos.

In Ouija, a group of friends must confront their most terrifying fears when they awaken the dark powers of an ancient spirit board.

Stiles White directs the supernatural thriller that is produced by Platinum Dunes partners Michael Bay, Andrew Form and Brad Fuller (The Purge, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Friday the 13th) alongside Blumhouse Productions’ Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity, Insidious series, The Purge), Bennett Schneir (Battleship) and Hasbro. 

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[Exclusive Comic Book Preview] “Killogy: Halloween Special” One Shot

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 11:17

Alan Robert’s “Killogy” is loved by critics and wholly unique. Our own Jorge Solis called it a vivi tribute to grindhouse cinema, and once you take a look at this preview you’ll see why. Check out what Jorge had to say “A visually stunning sequel, “Killogy Halloween Special” continues with its hard-broiled barrage of wisecracks, gore, and pulpy violence. Previously we had a star-studded cast — Brea Grant, Frank Vincent and Marky Ramone — and now this installment is carried by Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein, from punk/metal band, Misfits. The “Killogy” series continues to be a colorful and vivid tribute to grindhouse horror.”

Killogy Halloween Special one-shot—CERTIFIED COOL
Alan Robert (w & a & c)

The critically acclaimed horror/comedy and soon-to-be animated series is back with a vengeance with a special Halloween one-shot! Devilocked horror punk Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein (formerly of the Misfits) stomps through the apocalypse like you’ve never seen him before! Written and illustrated by rock star-turned-comics creator Alan Robert (Crawl to Me), this issue also includes a 10-page first look at his much-anticipated miniseries The Shunned One, coming soon!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

· Guest-starring former Misfits horror-punk Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein!

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[Exclusive Comic Book Preview] “V-Wars” #6

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 11:08

Jonathan MaBerry’s “V-Wars” is something to get on board with, he’s building an incredible world that is working hard to redefine Vampires in a world where the sparkling variety is the becoming the norm. So check out this preview of the the continuation of his vampire war. This issue is the beginning of a new arc, so it’s the perfect jumping on point.

V-Wars #6

Jonathan Maberry (w) • Marco Turini (a) • Ryan Brown (c)

Big Dog and V-8 are the top gunslingers in the escalating battle with vampire terrorists. But the hunt for a new and intensely brutal species of bloodsucker puts them in the crosshairs of the world’s most dangerous special operative: Joe Ledger. NY Times bestsellerJonathan Maberry brings the hero of his internationally popular series of weird science thrillers into the thick of the hunt!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

  • By New York Times best-selling author, Jonathan Maberry!
  • New story arc! Perfect jump-on point.
  • First appearance of Joe Ledger in comics!
  • Featuring art by guest-artist, Marco Turini. (Cyber Force, Legends of the Dark Knight)

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WVM “Empire” Song Premiere (Exclusive)

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 11:00

Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up with LA-based electronic artist WVM to bring you the exclusive song premiere of “Empire”, which you can hear below. The track, which was mixed by Sean Beavan (Marilyn Manson, No Doubt, Slayer), is a mix of hypnotic NIN-esque synths and industrial stylings a lá Combichrist with a healthy dosage of John Carpenter thrown into the mix.

WVM states:

“Empire” and “Pale Horse” were made using analog synths and drum machines. I was heavily inspired by the synth music of the 80s but the songs are not rooted in any era as they sound like they could come from the past, present or future.

“Empire” comes from WVM’s upcoming album Waves Of Nothing, which can be pre-ordered here.

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[Comic Book Review] “The Names” # 2 Is Infectious As Hell

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 10:56

‘The Names,’ billed as “The Wolf of Wall Street meets Kill Bill,” is a radical thriller that’s both ruthlessly impassioned and viciously ruckus. It’s also cliffhanger city. The last page doesn’t come close to alleviating the built-up tension from 22-pages of sizzling mystery and bloody action…it only intensifies it. The juxtaposition of the widowed Katya and her stepson Philip really shines in issue two, adding the depth of a character study into the fast-paced, gruesome mixture.

WRITTEN BY: Peter Milligan

ART BY: Leandro Fernandez

PUBLISHER: Vertigo Comics

PRICE: $2.99

RELEASE: October 1, 2014

Reviewed By Bree Odgen

Issue two takes us international as Katya begins the hunt for clues that her late husband, Walker, sent her premortem (only to be useful postmortem). Don’t you worry, the international bashing of a man’s skull until he sings like a canary looks a lot like it does in America. And as with last issue’s beat-down, Katya loses her suspect—right before the critical information is revealed—to some kind of mysterious stroke that appears to be manufactured by The Names to silence the squeals of desperate men. But it’s Philip who puts this together because… it takes two (in this case) to make a thing go right. While Katya is the muscle, the fight, and the pure, unadulterated revenge, Philip is the brains; the Beautiful Mind, if you will. But together they make a deadly intelligent team. And although they dislike each other, on a level not quite understandable to the reader just yet, they share a deep love for Walker and will both cross any line to avenge his death.

Meanwhile, The Surgeon is causing terror of his own accord. He’s reminiscent of The Joker on a high dosage of PCP. He’s now got the cops under his scalpel and therefore anything that comes of their investigation is compromised. With the power of The Names behind him, his razor sharp scalpel, and his psychopathic nature, not a whole lot can stand in his way. Basically he’s an insanely powerful loose cannon and those are terrifying…truly, the scariest type of villain. Not to mention it’s beginning to look like his agenda might split from that of The Names, and then he’s not a loose cannon anymore but a D-40 shooting through the air straight for Katya and Philip. While The Names seem sure that Katya won’t become a problem, The Surgeon sees the situation for what it is and is poised to act.

‘The Names’ is insanely fast-paced, infectious as hell, and a shit ton of entertainment. The dynamics between the characters are incredible, and the only thing that rivals the perfect mystery that’s been set up to slowly unfold is the fire blazing inside Katya. As she follows Walker’s scavenger hunt for clues, she kills who needs to be killed and doesn’t look back. My personal favorite part of the series is the tenuous relationship between Katya and Philip. It’s either going to blossom into something kickass or implode in a mess of batshit futility. This comic is a keeper. It’s intelligent, highly stylized crime fiction with a deadly sexy broad and dangerous curves ahead.

Bree Ogden is a literary agent at D4EO Literary Agency, a judge for the Ghastly Awards, and the managing editor of the macabre children’s magazine Underneath the Juniper Tree, which she co-founded in 2011 with artist Rebekah Joy Plett. When she’s not watching horror films, reading comics, hiding out at the Pacific Science Center, or killing off her bee colonies, she teaches graphic novel scripting at LitReactor.com. Twitter: @breeogden

 

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[Comic Book Review] “Cutter” #1 Is A Solid Start To A Slasher

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 10:56

‘Cutter’ #1 is a solid start to something that could be incredibly unique or could look like an unfortunate b-movie supernatural horror. When a deadly, dark secret comes back to haunt a grown-up group of old high school pals, shit gets real and people start getting cut. Like…by giant hedge shears. The whole “past sins coming back to haunt you by picking you and your friends off one-by-one” is a familiar horror trope made popular by…well a ton of things. Agatha Christie, for one. But for the purpose of this article and all the teen slasher references I want to make, let’s go with ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer.’ This will either be fantastic, or it’s possible we’ll end up with Jennifer Love Hewitt screaming into the sky, “WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR, HUH?”

 

WRITTEN BY: Seamus Kevin Fahey / Robert Napton

ART BY: Christian Dibari

PUBLISHER: Image Comics / Top Cow

RELEASE DATE: October 1st, 2014

PRICE: $3.99

Reviewed By Bree Odgen

‘Cutter’ starts off with a bang, or a slash, rather, so gruesome I felt like I could actually hear the sound of shears sinking into flesh. It’s a fantastic cold open that sets up the story perfectly. Someone or (more intriguingly) something is holding a grudge and she’s going to murder away her rage. Cut to: Jeremy and his pregnant wife, and the happy, normal life he’ll probably never get to live. Because his old high school friends are being hacked to bits and not only does it appear that he’s a suspect, he also seems to be a target.

As Jeremy puts the pieces together, rather quickly I might add, he starts to warn the rest of his old high school crew that their past may literally be coming back to haunt them. Through randomly placed, sparse and quick teasing panels, we see a girl named Emily Higgins, a girl clearly in pain and distress, a girl we are led to believe was tortured (definitely emotionally, possibly physically) by Jeremy and Co. back in the day. But because no one believes Jeremy, these jackasses are gong to keep dying.

It feels very much like I’m writing a synopsis for the next Wes Craven film, which is why I’ll say it again, this could be fantastic or it could be a bit cliché and trope-y. I mean we’ve even got the mean sheriff buddy who believes no one until he randomly decides to believe everyone. You know the type.

Regardless of its ubiquitous nature, ‘Cutter’ is rocking some fantastic black and white art by one of my favorite horror artists, Christian Dibari. Honestly, blood splatter never looked so good in black and white. And the mystery is written very well: the “what” and the “why” are delightfully enthralling. There’s nothing about this comic that makes me want to stay away, just nothing to prove itself mind blowing–not YET.

Perhaps the coolest aspect of ‘Cutter’ is the fact that it’s a 4-issue weekly miniseries that runs throughout October. A horror comic just for October, you say? That’s the kind of candy I like. There is some insane talent on this project (SEAMUS KEVIN FAHEY!!!) so I’m inclined to be excited over exasperated.

Bree Ogden is a literary agent at D4EO Literary Agency, a judge for the Ghastly Awards, and the managing editor of the macabre children’s magazine Underneath the Juniper Tree, which she co-founded in 2011 with artist Rebekah Joy Plett. When she’s not watching horror films, reading comics, hiding out at the Pacific Science Center, or killing off her bee colonies, she teaches graphic novel scripting at LitReactor.com. Twitter: @breeogden

 

 

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[Comic Book Review] “Dream Thief: Escape” #4 Is Worth Reading

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 10:56

Knife fights, sons out for revenge and shoots outs with possessed killers. That pretty much sums up “Dream Thief: Escape” #4. Things wrap up in the conclusion to the latest story for John Lincoln and his magical mask and family business.

 

WRITTEN BY: Jai Nitz

ART BY: Tadd Galusha

PUBLISHER: Dark Horse Comics

PRICE: $3.99

RELEASE: 1 October 2014

Reviewed by: Your Friendly Neighborhood Brady
Twitter: @mrbradysteele

The flashbacks have almost caught up to the present day story to tie things together nicely. Writer Jai Nitz knew what he wanted to accomplish here with this storyline: a legacy. Legacy heroes / villains / anti-heroes are some brilliant creations to make. Think of how much more story potential that gives a character. Every major comic company has at least one or more in their stables. It’s always fun to see different versions of characters, new or old. In this case, Dream Thief is now known to be a family business. Business that gets passed down despite parents best wishes. It’s one of the most bizarre father-son buddy tales I’ve ever read. Make no mistake, this is worth reading.

Greg Smallwood, the original artist in the first mini-series, is now only providing covers which is a shame. Tadd Galusha took over artwork for the series last month and the tone of the story has completely shifted. Gone are the gorgeous paneling and bleeding over of art from page to page. Instead, the action is more straight forward and generic. It’s not bad, but it’s not as good as it used to be. Galusha’s faces look more comical than serious or varied than they did last issue.

As I said before, this book is still worth reading. It is by far one of the darkest family bonding experiences you’ve ever seen. This is not a family fishing trip but more like a murderous rundown for revenge. Still, father and son Lincoln manages to keep me intrigued enough to see where this Dream Thief will turn up next. The premise of this story demands some better art that is more moody than run-of-the-mill. I hope next time John Lincoln wakes up, we all see how gritty and great it can be.

 

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‘We Gotta Get Out of This Place’ Takes a ‘Bad Turn Worse’

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 10:43

Starz Digital Media announced they will release Bad Turn Worse (formerly We Gotta Get Out of This Place), the directorial debut of Zeke and Simon Hawkins, in select theaters and on VOD on November 14th.

After a weekend of partying with stolen money, three Texas teens (Jeremy Allen White, Logan Huffman, and Mackenzie Davis) find themselves indebted to a sociopathic criminal named Giff (Mark Pellegrino in a breakout performance). To repay their debt, Giff forces the teens to steal from his boss, a money-laundering gangster named Big Red (William Devane). Things go from bad to worse when betrayal, distrust, and corruption complicate an already dangerous plan.

The film features a variety of young rising stars and familiar faces including Jeremy Allen White (Showtime’s “Shameless”, Afterschool), Mackenzie Davis (What If, AMC’S “Halt and Catch Fire”), Logan Huffman (Refuge, ABC’s “V”), Mark Pellegrino (The Big Lebowski, SyFy’s “Being Human”) and William Devane (The Dark Knight Rises, FOX’s “24” & “24: Live Another Day”). Bad Turn Worse was written by “Black List” screenwriter and pop culture T-shirt designer Dutch Southern. Justin Duprie and Brian Udovich produced for Rough & Tumble Films.

Bad Turn Worse premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival before it won the audience award at the 2013 AFI Fest.

The film will be released theatrically in the US and Canada day-and-date with its release across all major VOD outlets, including iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Vudu, Xbox Video and cable providers.

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‘Summer of Blood’ Poster Shows Who’s a Total Dick…

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 10:39

Dark Sky Films will release remember the bloody summer with their October 17 VOD and theatrical release of the absolutely hilarious must-see hipster horror Summer of Blood (read our review).

Check out the film’s equally hilarious one-sheet to go with the theatrical trailer. Onur Tukel is mind-blowing in this hipster horror film that’s loaded with gut-busting laughs. If you enjoy horror comedy, definitely seek this out.

Writer/director Onur Tukel turns in a hilarious performance as the monumentally lazy, socially oblivious and commitment-shy Erik Sparrow, who is dumped by his career-woman girlfriend (Anna Margaret Hollyman, White Reindeer) when he rejects her rather charitable marriage proposal. Feeling lost, he turns to a disastrous string of online dates that successively eat away at his already-deteriorating confidence until a lanky vampire turns him into an undead ladykiller. Soon, Eric is prowling the streets of Brooklyn in search of anything to satisfy both his maniacal sex drive and his hunger for blood. A collision of absurd, self-deprecating wit and existential curiosity, Summer of Blood is a hilarious horror-comedy with a clever bite all its own.

Onur Tukel (Septien, Red Flag), Alex Karpovsky (Girls), Anna Margaret Hollyman (Gayby, White Reindeer), Dakota Goldhor (Thumbsucker), Dustin Guy Defa (Bad Fever), Keith Poulson (Hellaware, Listen Up Phillip) all star.

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