THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE…
While at Wizard World Chicago 2017, Shallow Graves had the pleasure of interviewing Nicholas Valaskatgis (Director) and Corey Wells (Arthur) after the screening of their 21 minute short ‘UNCANNY HARBOR’
Global Digital Releasing recently announced the worldwide digital and VOD release date of the award winning film THE PASSING. Leading up to its official release on Tuesday, June 13th, the distributor is now debuting the official trailer, poster and newest clip, “The Visitor.”
‘Crepitus’ is giving away 4 spots to have your image appear in Bill’s film!
There’s a dark and twisted family album within the film and they want your photo to be among the photos inside.
An ex-con sets out in search of his missing sister through the underworld of a small Louisiana town while being pursued by the local crime boss. Continue reading
Los Angeles, California – Director Lauro Chartrand and Writer Nastasha Baron’s Blackburn has already released within the United Kingdom, this past September. The film also saw Canadian markets in December, via Raven Banner Entertainment. Now, the film is available in the United States, with Tombstone Distribution, a subdivision of Archstone. Blackburn has just released on various Video-on-demand platforms, this past January 9th. A preview of the film’s US launch is available here.
Los Angeles, CA, Tuesday, September 9th, 2016 – As the THE HOUSE ON PINE STREET quickly approaches its September 30th release date, TERROR FILMS shares yet another clip from the award winning haunted house thriller, titled “Skeletons in the Closet.”
Los Angeles, California – August 22nd, 2016: TERROR FILMS starts to unleash its slate of 2016 titles, beginning with the award winning and critically acclaimed film, THE HOUSE ON PINE STREET.
What you can expect to find when watching Found Footage 3D…
This past weekend, I was given the opportunity to view an indie film titled “Found Footage 3D”. As most indie films go, appealing to a large audience may pose a challenge without a big name studio and well known actors backing this type of genre of movie. When it comes to Found Footage 3D, however, finding a target audience should be a walk in the park (hopefully not alone). It seems that coming up with a good idea for a horror film that is original and easy to grasp is much harder these days as everything feels overdone and repetitive. With that in mind, I went into this with no criteria other than it was an indie horror film, and was unaware of what to expect.