BLOOD BRIDE is a short horror film directed by Michelle Romano for the Soska Sisters' Annual Massive Blood Drive PSA. Running at a brisk fourteen minutes, the short tells the story of a husband who would take whatever means necessary to save his sick wife, even if it means bringing harm upon himself. Though it's a lovingly selfless task, it unfortunately places him firmly in the grip of a sucky situation (Vampire puns, for the win).
It takes true intestinal fortitude to make a zombie flick these days. Doing so means taking on "The Walking Dead" juggernaut - AMC's show has mined just about every vein of undead story you could think of, so in order to do something fresh, filmmakers have to not just think outside the box - they need to throw the box into a pit of slavering zombies and make sure it gets completely obliterated.
I'm a huge fan of ghost stories. Ever since I was a little girl I loved making up my own spooky tales as well as being told them by family and friends. I also watched "Goosebumps" and "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" religiously. Over the years, they've been copious amounts of ghost films that have come out - some great, some good, and some horrendously bad. When I first saw the trailer for IFC Midnight's new chilling ghost story, THE HOUSEMAID, it instantly caught my attention. Was it one of my favorite horror films of 2018 so far, or was it the worst? Find out!
It would seem every few years either a remake or an “of the dead” movie comes out to try and associate itself with the late, great George A. Romero. He was the grandfather of the entire zombie genre and people use his legacy often to get their zombie movie recognized. Unfortunately, such is the case with DAY OF THE DEAD: BLOODLINES.
HOUSE OF DEMONS, the latest film from Patrick Meaney (Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously), is quite the viewing experience. Combining a psychedelic backdrop centered around a Manson-style cult, HOUSE OF DEMONS brings a unique perspective to the cult subgenre of horror. The film stars Dove Meir (TV’s “NCIS: Los Angeles), Chloe Dykstra (TV’s “Heroes of Cosplay”), Morgan Peter Brown (Ouija), Tiffany Smith (TV’s “Attack of the Show”), Whitney Moore (Birdemic 1 & 2), Jeff Torres (TV’s “Pitch”), Kaytlin Borgen (Text) and Amber Benson (TV’s “Buffy the Vampire Slayer).
From the team who created the thrilling noir short Play Violet for Me, while also executive producing the horror hit short film of last year Feeding Time, comes their newest installment: a modern day Tell-Tale Heart that is as ruthless as it is gruesome. Written and directed by Kevin Sluder, HEARTLESS depicts Shelby (Stacy Snyder), the undermined associate attempting to complete her corporate presentation, all while bearing a hideous secret that’s dying to come out. The rude and intimidating executive big wigs partaking in the presentation (Matt Mercer, Blaine Vedros, and Ron Morehouse) can’t fathom what’s about the happen next, as this grisly tale unfolds through carnage and bits of blueberry muffin.
KEEP WATCHING is the feature length debut from director Sean Carter which uses the found footage genre to tell the story of a family being terrorized by an unknown intruder. The film, which was adapted from the screenplay by Joseph Dembner, stars Bella Thorne (Amityville: The Awakening), Chandler Riggs (“The Walking Dead”), Natalie Martinez (End of Watch), Leigh Whannell (SAW), and Ioan Gruffudd (Fantastic Four franchise).