David Keating’s bizarre CHERRY TREE gets the SHOCK review. When David Keatings CHERRY TREE began slinking around the festival circuit, […]
Dark Sky Films has picked up The Well, the feature directorial debut of Tom Hammock. No release date has been set, but a theatrical/VOD release is eyed for 2015.
At the edge of an expansive barren valley, all that remains of The Wallace Farm for Wayward Youth is a few hollowed-out husks of buildings. Seventeen-year-old Kendal (Haley Lu Richardson) can barely recall when the Oregon valley was still lush. It’s been a decade since the last rainfall, and society at large has dried up and blown away.
Dark Sky Films has released a domestic trailer for The House at the End of Time. You can read our review of the November 11th DVD release right here.
Thirty years ago, young mother Dulce (Ruddy Rodriguez) was accused of murdering her husband and two children in their home. Despite her pleas that a malevolent force in the house was responsible for the killings, Dulce was sentenced to the maximum penalty of imprisonment.
Dark Sky Films announced today that The House at the End of Time is coming to DVD on November 11th. This is the film Shock caught at the Fantasia Film Festival and really liked; read our review here.
Thirty years ago, young mother Dulce (Ruddy Rodriguez, The Living Daylights) was accused of murdering her husband and two children in their home. Despite her pleas that a malevolent force in the house was responsible for the killings, Dulce was sentenced to the maximum penalty of imprisonment.
One film I easily consider one of the best horror films of the year, Starry Eyes, is making its way to select theaters and VOD on November 14th from Dark Sky Films. I caught the film at SXSW, you can read my full review here.
Today, we have the official poster and a handful of new images to share. Check ’em out in the gallery below.
Starry Eyes tells the story of Sarah Walker, a determined and desperate actor who would do anything to land her first big role. Unfortunately, this leaves her prey to a satanic cult who has been operating as Hollywood
Dark Sky Films announced today that Summer of Blood is making its way to VOD on October 17th. Onur Tukul writes, directs and stars in the film which also features Alex Karpovsky, Anna Margaret Hollywman, Dakota Goldhor, Dustin Guy Defa and Keith Poulson.
Tukul plays the monumentally lazy, socially oblivious and commitment-shy Erik Sparrow, who is dumped by his career-woman girlfriend (Anna Margaret Hollyman, White Reindeer) when he rejects her rather charitable marriage proposal.
This is a big year for The Texas Chain Saw Massacre with it being the 40th anniversary and all. I’m curious as to what they’ll do 10 years from now for the 50th anniversary? The film is going to look the best it has ever looked, thanks to the 4k restoration.
That print is now making its way to DVD and Blu-ray, courtesy of Dark Sky Films, on September 16th. In addition to the usual special edition releases on the two formats, a special Limited Deluxe “Black Maria” Collector’s Edition is going to be made available. That’s what you’re looking at above.
A week ago, Shock was the first to bring you more details about Cherry Tree, the latest production from Dark Sky Films. Written by Brendan McCarthy, we revealed the film was a tale of witchcraft. That’s your first look at the film you see here. Anna Walton (Hellboy II, Soulmate), Naomi Battrick and Sam Hazeldine (Resurrection) star. Wake Wood’s David Keating directs.
In the fall of 2012, MPI’s Dark Sky Films pacted with Ireland’s Fantastic Films for two productions. One was the amusing killer clown film Stitches, which we’ve seen released, the other was Cherry Tree, a film that saw Wake Wood’s David Keating back in the director’s seat.
Things have been quiet regarding Cherry Tree, however, Shock Till You Drop has learned…