The creators of Abandoned Mine got creative with the title. It is a movie about
Jessie (Mischa Barton), a school psychologist tries to help Eli (Jonathan Michael Trautmann) who believes his dead brother is coming back from the grave to avenge his death. Naturally, bedlam ensues.
Devon Sawa has continued to work in genre fare, somewhat regularly, since his breakout roles in Idle Hands and Final Destination. He was a familiar and welcome face in A Resurrection. Sawa turned in a good performance, as Travis. And Mischa Barton successfully broke the mold of the roles we
Dan and Mindy are trekking home for the holidays. They immediately encounter some minor setbacks, but nothing can prepare them for the hell that is in store for them. A very pregnant Mindy and husband Dan are about to become the mice in a sadistic game of cat and mouse.
The concept is vaguely reminiscent of The Hitcher. But, in no way does Roadside try to impersonate The Hitcher. The script delivers plenty of scares and sees the film
Holliston follows Adam and Joe, struggling horror filmmakers and best friends in the Massachusetts town of Holliston. The pair work for a local cable channel, making terrible commercials. Adam is struggling to get over his college girlfriend, years after their breakup.
I watched Holliston during its original run of FEARnet and a second time to refresh my memory for the review. I was surprised to find that I actually liked it more the second time. FEARnet has done well with their first original series.
Holliston is clever. Most of the dialogue is great (“We met at a charity function that she was heading up for children with bad cancer.”).
Shock got in touch with The Tall Man’s Jodelle Ferland to chat about her turn as Jenny in Pascal (Martyrs) Laugier’s latest film.
In the interview you’ll find inside, Ferland gives us the details on her character, working with Laugier, trying to put a label on the film and becoming a genre film veteran.
The Tall Man is the story of an isolated, slowly dying mining town where children are vanishing without a trace
Shock caught up with Kerry Prior to talk about his new film, The Revenant, opening in limited release this Friday.
Prior previously worked on the effects side of the film business having contributed to the Phantasm franchise and Bubba Ho-Tep.
His directorial feature effort stars David Anders (The Vampire Diaries) and Chris Wylde (Descent).
The Revenant is the story of Bart (Anders) a fallen soldier who comes back from the dead as a revenant. Bart calls on his friend Joey (Wylde) to help him commandeer human blood to stave off decomposition.
After the jump, Prior dishes on the inspiration for the original concept, on-set antics and the rave reviews the film has received on the festival circuit.
A strange new girl named Ernessa arrives at school. She begins to come between best friends Lucie and Rebecca. People start to die. Sinister forces appear to be afoot.
There’s a lot of unnecessary and bizarre foreshadowing and symbolism. A single drop of blood red colored fingernail polish dramatically falls, etc
The latest in the battle between AMC and Dish Network has AMC sending zombies to the streets of New York. AMC, believing that they offer superior programming, has opted to increase the rates they charge cable companies for their channel.
Dish Network’s decision to drop AMC from their lineup has resulted in a PR war. Recently, AMC launched a viral video exploring whether zombies can live among us, now that The Walking Dead no longer airs on Dish. You can see the viral video of the undead surprising the unsuspecting citizens of New York, after the jump.
Shock sat down with director Charles de Lauzirika at Comic-Con 2012, to talk about his new film.
Crave is the story of a man struggling to cope with life’s annoyances and romances, while trying to distinguish between fantasy and reality.
Lauzirika wrote, directed and produced the film. He has long worked in the world of video documentaries and DVD special features; regularly working as Ridley Scott
A.J. Bowen is a long time regular in genre film. His credits include fan favorites, The House of the Devil and The Signal. Shock chatted with Bowen about his new film Rites of Spring, which opens tomorrow. Bowen filled us in on working with director Padraig Reynolds in his directorial debut, shooting on location in Mississippi, and gives us an update on Silent Night of the Living Dead.
At San Diego Comic-Con, Shock sat down for a group interview with three of the guys behind the upcoming slow-burn horror thriller, Coldwater.
Shock got the inside story on the film from Dave Parker, (writer/director/co-executive producer), Ivan Djurovic, (actor/writer/co-executive producer) and James Duval, (actor/co-producer). This is Parker’s return to the director’s seat after The Hills Run Red.
The guys spoke with us about why you should watch the film more than once, shooting on location, the on set camaraderie, and more. We will keep you updated as distribution details become available.