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Everyone Is A Suspect In ‘All The Wrong Friends’ – On Digital This June

    Ryan Hawkins and Mark Kerins make their feature debut with All the Wrong Friends, the film that centers around a group of high school friends, who reunite for a vacation one year after graduating. They soon find that their relationships have changed for the worse after one of them turns up dead. As […]

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Watch The Trailer For The Drug-Fueled Indie Horror ‘Habitual’

    We’ve got the new trailer for writer-director Johnny Hickey’s (Oxy Morons) new drug-fueled indie horror film, Habitual. In the film starring Chris ‘CT’ Tamburello (MTV’s The Challenge) and Thomas Walton (Room 9) after sniffing drugs and going to a rave being held at an abandoned asylum, a group of young adults is stalked by […]

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Sci-Fi Thriller ‘Volition’ Gets A July Release Date

Giant Pictures is set to unleash their recently acquired sci-fi thriller Volition this July, which marks the directorial debut of Tony Dean Smith, who also co-wrote the film with his brother Ryan W. Smith (Next Gen). Adrian Glynn McMorran (The Revenant), Magda Apanowicz (You), John Cassini (The Possession), Frank Cassini (Watchmen), Aleks Paunovic (War for […]

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Rock Meets Horror In The ‘Dark Roads 79’ Trailer

    Rock & Roll meets horror in Chase Smith‘s genre film, Dark Roads 79, the newly acquired film from Terror Films. The fantastic cast includes April Bogenschutz (Penance Lane), Eddie George (“Ballers”), David Flannery (Detroit), Chase Smith, Jessica Sonneborn, and horror icon Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects, 3 From Hell). The film centers on […]

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‘The Deeper You Dig’ The More You Will Uncover In This New Trailer

    This June “love won’t stay buried” in The Deeper You Dig, from the writing and directing duo of Toby Poser and John Adams.   In the film starring John Adams, Toby Poser, and Zelda Adams, “14-year old Echo and mother, Ivy, a tarot card reader, live a quiet life in a rural area.  When […]

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New ‘Greatland’ Trailer Will Leave You Asking “WTF Did I Just Watch?”

  Academy Award-nominee Eric Roberts stars in writer-director Dana Ziyasheva’s (Defenders of Life) timely film Greatland. An acid trip gone wrong meets a neon nightmare in the new trailer, leaving you scratching your head and asking “WTF did I just watch?” An allegory of today’s world, saturated with current political references and shocking imagery, the film’s […]

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Post Apocalyptic Thriller ‘A Knights Tour’ Coming This May

    Indie genre distributor Terror Films has acquired the worldwide rights to Marvin Choi’s feature debut, A Knight’s Tour. In a post-apocalyptic world, J.D. (Darnel Powell) is a young drifter suffering from an injury. Soon, J.D. finds himself at a secluded cabin occupied by Henry (Joseph Price), a detached hermit; here, Henry is living […]

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Felissa Rose Stars In ‘For Jennifer’ – Out Now On Digital

    Tiffani Fest, Felissa Rose, and Dominique Swain star in writer-director Jody Barton’s exceedingly clever horror film For Jennifer, available now On Demand and digital from JB Films. “After a surprise horror themed birthday party, Jennifer gets a scare that leads to an accident. Jennifer is a horror blogger and a huge horror movie […]

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This May Discover The Horror Anthology ‘Evil Little Things’ (Trailer)

      Zach Galligan (Gremlins) won’t be getting much sleep this May when Evil Little Things hits town! From director Matt Green  (Digging Up Graves, Dance of the Dead) and starring Hannah Fierman, Courtney Lakin, and Jonathan Horne, comes a deliciously wicked new horror anthology in the tradition of Creepshow, written by Yasmin Bakhtiari and […]

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 After Six Years ‘The Torment of Laurie Ann Cullom’ Finally Gets A Release Date

    After six years, Terror Films is set to finally release the long-gestating 80’s horror throwback  The Torment of Laurie Ann Cullom.  In the film, a woman who suffers from agoraphobia soon realizes her fear of the outside world is nothing compared to what she finds in her home. Inspired by actual events, director […]

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