Bits ‘n Bloody Pieces: Super 8, Arkham Sanitarium, Switch, CDC Addresses Zombies


Secret Circle, From Dusk Till Dawn

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• Paramount has launched a new app to promote the upcoming Super 8. Head to iTunes to download a vintage super 8 camera. Shoot your own footage, add your own FX, check it out!

• The CDC has actually created a blog that will tell you how to prepare for a zombie apocalypse.

• The folks at Survivor Films have begun shooting H.P. Lovecraft’s Arkham Asylum, an anthology horror film. Follow this link to see stills from the first story featured in the film: “The Thing on the Doorstep.”

Arkham Sanitarium is an anthology of three short stories faithfully adapted from the works of H.P. Lovecraft – each of the three stories is set in 1930’s New England (specifically Providence, Rhode Island and the fictional town of Arkham, Massachusetts). The stories are connected by an original ‘wraparound’ story. In this story – set in the 1950’s – Alice Crow investigates the strange stories surrounding the infamous Arkham Sanitarium.

• Shock’s UK-based scribe Melanie Light is off working on various productions. Recently, she hit the States to shoot Escape You’ll find an image below along with her first short, Switch.

SWITCH from Melanie Light on Vimeo.

• I’m still undecided as to whether or not we’ll cover the witch-filled CW series Secret Circle from Kevin Williamson. Check out these clips and maybe you can help us decide.

• Like zombies? Like claymation? Here you go.

• More horror posters! Just what you need, right? Here’s a From Dusk Till Dawn one-sheet from Rhys Cooper. This will be made available at next week. Following that, Werewolves on Wheels from Phantom City Creative. This is going up for sale today at Mondo Tees.

• Jim Mickle’s vampire-filled Stake Land will hit DVD and Blu-Ray on August 2.


Source: Ryan Turek, Managing Editor