In Shock Till You Drop's on-going effort, with The Orchard, to acquire and distribute new horror films, we're happy to announce that we have picked up Anthony Masi's The 50 Best Horror Movies You've Never Seen, a lengthy countdown retrospective featuring genre names like P.J. Soles, Peter Atkins, Paul Solet, Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens, John Gulager, Brea Grant, Paul Clemens, colleagues Jeff Nelson (Scream Factory), Brian Collins (Badass Digest) and Rob Galluzzo (FEARnet) and many more in genre vets in front of and behind the camera.
The 50 Best Horror Movies You've Never Seen focuses on, naturally, 50 lesser-known horror flicks hailed by critics and genre fans as “absolute must-sees” and are given the spotlight with fun, engaging commentary from journalists, directors, actors and critics in a countdown like no other. Stalkers, monsters, slashers, evil dolls, terrorized babysitters, holiday maniacs, mannequins, eerie motels, even giant rats, they’re all featured.
Masi produced and directed 50 Best; he previously produced Halloween: 25 Years of Terror, His Name Was Jason and Still Screaming: The Ultimate Scary Movie Retrospective (which yours truly directed).
Since late-2013, Shock Till You Drop and The Orchard have released Solo, Bela Kiss (Prologue), and Fortune Cookie Prophecies – all currently available on iTunes and various VOD platforms and arriving on DVD/Blu-ray in the near future.
We will keep you posted once a release date for The 50 Best Horror Movies You've Never Seen is locked in!