With studios having debuted some films early on demand, which films would you be willing to pay to watch at home?
No, not The Food of the Gods. Feed the Gods. It’s a new film from XLrator Media that is hitting VOD November 25th and DVD on January 27th. Today, we have a look at the poster and trailer.
Shawn Roberts of the Resident Evil film series and George A. Romero’s Diary of the Dead stars in the film for writer-director Braden Croft.
The After Dark Films supernatural thriller that was first announced in January 2013, Sanatorium, is making its way to DVD and VOD on December 23rd.
Brant Sersen directed the picture which stars Kate Riley, Megan Neuringer and Don Fanelli.
On New Year’s Eve in 1955, Richard Howell, a patient at the Hillcrest Sanatorium, went on a bloody, child-killing rampage, before he hanged himself.
Fifty-six years later, a team of ghost hunters – from the popular TV series “Ghost Trackers” – prepares to spend the night at the sanatorium.
The Canal hit select theaters and VOD over the weekend and it’s getting a ton of positive buzz, which thrills me as this is Shock’s first theatrical acquisition under our distribution partnership with The Orchard. Today, Shock presents a handful of new preview clips that tease the film in some terrifying ways. You can check them out below.
Written and directed by Ivan Kavanagh, and starring Rupert Evans, the film tells the story of David Williams and his wife, Alice, who move into a beautiful period house by the canal with their small child, Billy.As David begins to suspect that his wife is cheating on him, he also starts to have nightmarish visions of an evil presence he believes inhabits his home. Eventually, brutal 20th-century murders are revealed and present-day horrors consume the protagonists.
The indie slasher film Billy Club is hitting DVD and VOD on November 4th from Uncork’d Entertainment.
Fifteen years after a gruesome triple homicide devastated their Little League baseball team, four friends reunite to commemorate their dead coach and fallen teammates.
A mystery unfolds as the secrets from their past return to haunt them and a vengeful killer, hidden by an antique umpire
History’s serial killers are returning from the grave in The Butchers, coming to DVD and VOD on November 11th from Uncork’d Entertainment. Check out the trailer here.
Directed by Steven Paul Judd, the film concerns a busload of strangers who become stranded in a storm and have no choice but to take shelter in a museum dedicated to serial killers. But hell literally breaks loose when supernatural forces resurrect John Wayne Gacy, Ed Gein, Jeffrey Dahmer, the Zodiac Killer and Jack the Ripper.
What you’re looking at isn’t artwork for a lenticular 3D DVD package or anything of the sort. These are two separate pieces of art that were created for Soulmate, Axelle Carolyn’s directorial feature debut. One is for the VOD release (top), the other is for the DVD release (bottom). The film hits on October 31st.
It gives you a little industry insight as to how film marketing works. Obviously the distributor felt one was better for one mark and the other was best-suited for another.
Black Fawn Distribution has snatched up the Canadian home video rights to the indie horror film The Door, the film by Patrick McBrearty Shock first told you about (with a teaser trailer) back in August. Today, we have release date details along with a clip.
From Switchblade Studios and Good Soldier Films, The Door will be released on DVD in Canada on October 28th. Juice Worldwide will release the film through iTunes and other digital platforms on October 14th.
It’s time to put a hold on this concept… A paranormal team set out for “one big job” or “a new episode of their show” only to encounter a real supernatural threat.
Word of another horror film using that as its foundation, called Hollows Grove, has floated our way. Will it be something different? Hollows Grove, from Mel and Craig Efros, is hitting VOD and iTunes on October 21st.
Lance Henriksen, Mykelti Williamson, Matt Doherty, Sunkrish Bala, Bresha Webb, Val Morrison, and newcomer Matt Carey star.
When IFC revealed its release plans for The Babadook, I was disappointed to see it wouldn’t be arriving for the Halloween season. Jennifer Kent’s film is perfect for the holiday and delivers goosebumps. But I have some good news (sort of).
In the film, Amelia struggles to discipline her out of control 6-year-old Samuel
Details for the release of Mockingbird are officially in. Shock has received the one-sheet you seen here and word that the “found footage”-style thriller is heading to digital HD on October 7th (that’s next week, folks!) and, later, DVD and Blu-ray exclusively at Wal-Mart on October 21st. The film is getting a release through Universal and the Blumhouse Tilt banner.
The project got its start back in 2011 and went into production in 2012 with Bryan Bertino (pictured) at the helm. It was eagerly anticipated based on the success of Bertino’s feature debut The Strangers.