After a successful Indiegogo campaign, filming will begin in January with director Haynze Whitmore at the helm. That’s still quite a ways off, so keep an eye on their Facebook page for more updates in the meantime.
Synopsis: Seventeen year old Elizabeth and her younger brother, Julian are thrust into circumstances more terrifying than life with their abusive, drunken mother when they are forced to move into their deceased Grandfather’s house. Continue reading Bill Moseley Is “CREPITUS”→
As a fan of the Resident Evil games I just have one thing to say… “Thank god this is the last movie in the series!!!” The movies parallel the games in a sense that they need to stop making them. With that being said, here’s my thoughts on the trailer.
What do I think of the suicide squad movie? I think it was fantastic and probably DC’s best movie in a long time. Although the movie was pretty good I do believe there were some problems with it. Two problems come to mind and aren’t too big but could be touched upon in future installments, if we are that lucky. Continue reading Jake’s Take: Suicide Squad Review→
Is the “Suicide Squad” Insane Enough?…You Decide!!!
Let me start off by saying I do not understand what some critics are complaining about. Could there have been some more to it? Of course. Should they have gone a little more into backgrounds? A thousand times yes. At the end of the day though the film was overall a great flick, and is one of DC’s first attempts of a film that was targeted more towards the fans than at the general public. Sure I have some complaints, but I very much enjoyed the film and would definitely see it again. Now, on to the actual review.
In October of 2015, genre distributor Terror Films announced that principal photography had begun on an Untitled Horror Anthology, now titled PATIENT SEVEN. The structure of the anthology includes a wrap-around, written by Barry Jay Stitch (The Chosen) and directed by horror veteran Danny Draven (Ghost Month, Reel Evil), whichintertwines 7 award winning, short films by filmmakers from around the globe. The filmmakers include: Nicholas Peterson, Paul Davis, Ómar Örn Hauksson, Dean Hewison, Erlingur Ottar Thoroddsen, Joel Morgan, Johannes Persson and Rasmus Wassberg.
Chad Lindberg is a hard man to keep up with, so you can imagine what it was like when Shallow Graves Magazines own Yvette D’Agostino finally had a chance to sit down for a chat with Dr. Badass himself, we learned there was nothing off limits…