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…
Recently I had the pleasure of catching up with my old friend Michelle Romano who I 1st met in 2009 when Shallow Graves Magazine was on set of the movie “BEG” in Rockland, MA. Michelle has accomplished a lot over the last 5 years both in front of and behind the camera, with one of her most recent projects “MALUS” due to begin production in early 2015. Continue reading Michelle Romano Talks About Her Latest Project “MALUS”→
They’re heeeeeeeeeerrrrreeeeee! If you are a horror movie fan you have heard and I am sure quoted that line from “Poltergeist” a million times. The Scream Queen is back and in the Spirit of Halloween I can’t help but wonder whatever happened to all of the classic horror film icons. Why don’t we have any Michaels or Jasons or Leatherfaces? Where are all of the Karloffs, Chaneys, and Lugosis of today? Continue reading Rants From A Scream Queen: Horror Icons…Where Are They Now?→
A few weeks ago after covering Chicago Comic Con I posted an article about meeting and speaking with my idol Karl Urban (Dredd) and before I knew it that conversation not only went viral but took on a life of its own which got me thinking about 5 storylines I would love to see made into movies based on the Judge Dredd comic books besides the one mentioned in my previous post.