Thursday 23 May 2013

Curandero : Dawn of the Demon - UK DVD review

Mexican horror film “Curandero : Dawn of the Demon” is released to UK DVD this week and was fortunate enough to get an advanced look at the disc.
Set in Mexico, Carlos (Carlos  Gallardo, a regular in Robert Rodriguez films) is the son of a spiritual medium, known as a Curandero, who many people seem to think also has his fathers “powers”. But Carlos is in fact a sceptic, who doesn’t buy into any of this spiritual nonsense and spends most of his time debunking local superstitions.
A young detective, Magdelana Garcia, comes to visit him, looking for his father saying she needs his help to spiritually purify the police station. A brutal drug lord, Castenada (Gabriel Pingarron) who’s heavily into black magic, escaped from there days earlier and the police are scared to go back inside until it’s been cleansed.
Though he thinks they’re being superstitious fools, he agrees to go through the motions just so he can get them back to work. However, when a rather demonic looking Castenada, who only he can see, pays him a visit in the police station he is forced to reconsider his sceptical position.
Seems Castenada wants Detective Garcia for some reason and only Carlos is able to prevent him from getting his hands on her and so the scene is set for a bizarre showdown of sorts of evil spirits vs good. Scripted by Robert Rodriguez (From Dusk till Dawn, Sin City), this one was originally filmed back in 2005 and was produced by Mirimax films, but got stuck in post-production hell whilst the studios were in turmoil. But has thankfully seen light of day thanks to Lionsgate films.
Filmed by Eduardo Rodriguez (no relation to Robert), the film blends elements of Mexican superstition and witchcraft against a backdrop of Mexicos drug problems and police corruption, which produces some interesting results (think “Constantine” crossed with “Miami Vice”, but set in Mexico). There’s some good gore and some interesting demonic imagery, but the film’s lows budget and odd pacing do count against it. It is however an interesting new take on various themes that have featured before, and fans of Robert Rodriguez other movies will undoubtedly want to check it out, so my verdict is give it a go!
The film can be viewed either in its original Spanish language with optional English subs, or in dubbed English. An audio commentary track with director Eduardo Rodriguez and Director of Photography Jaime Reynoso (in English) is also included on the disc.
The film is out on UK DVD now from Lionsgate.
View the trailer on YouTube
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Simon Pegg and Nick Frost at "The World's End".

Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright have unveiled the new poster for their upcoming horror/sci-fi comedy film "The Worlds End" (think, "Shaun of the Dead" crossed with "Invasion of the Body Snatchers").
The film is due in UK cinemas 19th July.
View the trailer on YouTube.

This June on The Horror Channel (UK).

Ryan Andrews’ tasty horror thriller ELFIE HOPKINS, starring Jaime & Ray Winstone (on screen for the first time together), makes its TV debut on Sat June 27, 22:55, courtesy of Horror Channel.
A twisted tale of cannibalism set in a British rural hunting village, ELFIE HOPKINS  stars Jaime Winstone as wannabe detective Elfie Hopkins, whose life changes when a mysterious family moves into her sleepy neighbourhood.
Elfie’s appetite for gumshoe excitement is soon matched by the strange and exotic appetites of the sinister Gammons. But will anyone other than best friend Dylan Parker (ANEURIN BARNARD) and local butcher (RAY WINSTONE) believe her before their homeland turns into a cannibal holocaust!
Plus, there are UK TV premieres of three films that are part of the Friday night double-bills that make up the GRINDHOUSE SEASON.(June 7 – June 28) - DEAR GOD NO!, (billed with THE EXTERMINATOR); BARE BEHIND BARS (billed with BAD BIOLOGY and MONSTRO! (billed with 99 WOMEN) The fourth double-bill is NUDE NUNS WITH BIG GUNS, paired with channel favourite THE BEYOND. Welcome to B-Movie heaven – and hell…
June also sees the network premieres of three not-to-be-missed zombie films, George Romero’s classic DAY OF THE DEAD (June 29), the third in his seminal zombie trilogy, Adam Gierasch’s sexy crowd-pleaser NIGHT OF THE DEMONS (June 9) and the all-out Dutch zombie gore-comedy KILL ZOMBIE! (June 16).
TV: Sky 319 / Virgin 149 / Freesat 138

Sunday 19 May 2013

Apartment 1303 comes to UK disc this June.

Koch Media got in touch to tell us about their new horror movie "Apartment 1303", which comes to UK DVD and Blu-Ray this June.

Having grown up under the controlling grip of her fame-hungry mother, played by the excellent Rebecca De Mornay, Janet Slate (Julianne Michelle) takes the opportunity to move into what looks to be a great high-rise apartment in downtown Detroit.
Despite the strange neighbours and the depraved building superintendent, Janet unpacks her things and celebrates her new freedom, only to wake in the morning with strange bruises on her neck. Determined not to return to her mother’s home, Janet stays in the apartment in spite of a series of inexplicable chilling encounters, until one night her boyfriend Mark finds her in the middle of the street, fallen from the balcony thirteen stories above.

Refusing to accept the investigators conclusion of suicide, Janet’s sister Lara (Mischa Barton) becomes determined to reveal the truth behind her death. On learning the tragic story of the first tenants, Janet soon discovers the terrible reality of what happens in Apartment 1303...
Based on the Japanese horror film of the same name, "Apartment 1303" is being released through Koch Media and will be available from 3rd June on 3D/2D Blu-ray, DVD and VOD. No news on what extras will be included on the discs (if any).

View the trailer on YouTube

Buy the UK DVD at (2D)

Buy the UK BD at (2D & 3D)





Saturday 18 May 2013

Texas Chainsaw - UK DVD/BD review

Texas Chainsaw, the latest in the ever disjointed saga of Texas Chainsaw Massacre films, comes to UK disc May 21st and Lionsgate were nice enough to send me over a copy to take a look at.
Flashing back to the events of the 1974 original, showing the escape of Sally Hardesty from the Sawyer household, the Sheriff goes to confront the Sawyer clan, who have enlisted the help of their extended family (which features a few familiar faces in different roles) to defend the property. But just as it looks like they're about to give themselves up, an angry vigilante mob descends on the place and burns it to the ground.
Flashing forward to the present day and young Heather Miller (Alexandra Daddario), has just discovered she had a Grandmother she never knew about and that she's just inherited her rather large estate. Heading out to the property with her boyfriend Ryan (played by singer Trey Songz) and a few friends, they settle down for weekend of partying, not realising that the house, and indeed her family history, is harbouring a very dark secret.
Yes, there's an unexpected guest in the house, who's been hiding there for a number of years, and there's no prizes for guessing what happens next, as Leatherface makes an appearance and pretty soon, teens are getting sliced and diced all over the place in graphic detail.
Whilst the film does take a few liberties with the time elapsed between the original and this, If you enjoy watching madmen with chainsaws carving up teenagers, then you can't really go wrong and it was kind of interesting seeing a number of familiar faces in different roles (or even the same roles in some cases). It was also fun to see the film taking a few shots at the SAW franchise as well.
Originally released to cinemas in 3D, Lionsgate are releasing the film on 3D Blu-Ray as well as on 2D Blu-Ray and DVD for those who have yet to invest in a 3D TV. I was sent the standard DVD to review, but to be honest the film doesn't really lose anything from not being in 3D.
Extras on the disc are exactly the same for each release, which includes
-Audio commentary with Director John Luessenhop and actor Dan Yeager
-Audio commentary with Producer Carl Mazzocone and Filmaker Tobe Hooper
-Audio commentary with original Chainsaw stars Bill Mosely, Gunnar Hansen, Marilyn Burns and John Dugan
-Texas Chainsaw Legacy - Cast and crew members old and new discuss the original 74 film
-Ressurecting the saw - making of feature
-The old Homestead - a look at how they recreated the original house for the film
-Casting Terror - Behind the scenes interviews with the cast of the film
-Leatherface 2013 - Interview with Dan Yeager, the new Leatherface.
-Lights Camera Massacre - The crew discuss how they shot the film in 3D
-It's in the Meat - Special effects feature looking at how they did the gore
-5 Minute Massacres - Behind the scenes footage of how they shot all the death scenes
-Alternate opening - A slightly different take on the scene where the Sheriff confronts the Sawyers
A nice selection of extras, was slightly dissapointed that they didn't include a theatrical trailer though, as I always enjoy those.
Anyway, the film hits UK video shelves 27th May courtesy of Lionsgate films
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The Horror Show - Video on Demand service launches (UK)

THE HORROR SHOW, launching on 14th June, is the only UK video on demand destination created for, and curated by horror fans. It’s the primary destination for horror fans to stream and/or download horror films, from the latest releases to classic and cult titles.
Current titles include the critically-acclaimed cult film EXCISION, THE TALL MAN starring Jessica Biel and the HUMAN CENTIPEDE films, as well as restored classics like WHO CAN KILL A CHILD? and NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD and cult favourites such as DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK, and a world exclusive- the award-winning supernatural horror THE CASEBOOK OF EDDIE BREWER available exclusively through THE HORROR SHOW.
In addition, THE HORROR SHOW has the exclusive ‘SHORT STACK’ – a package 10 short horror  films – including the award-winning HIM INDOORS, starring The League of Gentleman’s Reece Shearsmith – available for 99p, less than 10p per film!
More films are being added weekly and all films are compatible with the most popular browsers and smartphones.
THE HORROR SHOW will officially launch in the UK on Friday June 14th, following a launch event at the Prince Charles Cinema in London on Thursday June 13th.
For more info visit

The Dead 2 : Cannes Trailer

The Ford Brothers, who were the duo behind 2011's African zombie film "The Dead" have put togethor a trailer for thier new film "The Dead 2 : India" for screening at the Cannes Film Festival.
"The Dead 2" is the first-ever International production of a zombie film shot in India and follows the story of American engineer Nicholas Burton (JOSEPH MILLSON) in a race against time to reach his pregnant girlfriend Ishani Sharma (MEENU). Burton enlists the help of an orphan street kid Javed (ANAND GOYAL) and together they make a perilous 300 mile journey across deadly landscapes as a zombie apocalypse threatens to engulf the entire nation
The film is currently in post production and will hopefully be released later this year. Checkout the trailer on YouTube below...

Sunday 12 May 2013

Black Sabbath – UK BD/DVD review

OK, got another disc to review from Arrow films, this time its Mario Bava’s “Black Sabbath” which is being released on a BD/DVD deluxe edition combo pack.
Slightly different in style from his other works, Black Sabbath, or “The Three Faces of Fear” to give it it’s original Italian title, is a three part anthology film not unlike those Amicus horror films from the same era.
Presented by Boris Karloff, the first tale (in the English language version anyway) “The Drop of Water” is a classic supernatural tale about a nurse, who steals a ring from the finger of a deceased lady, only to find the rings former owner isn’t quite ready to part with it yet.
The second story, “The Telephone”, sees a young woman being terrorised by threatening phone calls by an abusive ex-partner that she thought was dead. Calling on an old friend to come over to keep her company, the two soon discover that her former partner may not be as dead as they thought.
And lastly “The Wurdalak”, in which Karloff also stars. Which is a period piece, set in rural Russia in which a family are eagerly awaiting the return of their grandfather, only to discover he is now a walking corpse with a thirst for human blood.
Now, there are 2 versions of the film on the discs. The original Italian language version of the film, and the English language export version. The US version (reviewed here) was heavily re-edited, used completely different introductions by Boris Karloff, showed the stories in a different order and utilised a completely different soundtrack.
Indeed, the Italian language version is almost like watching a completely different film, relying more heavily on background effects to provide atmosphere, which gives it a more gothic feel, whereas the US version relies more heavily on the new musical score, which gives it a more “campy” feel.
Now, the case contains the  Blu-Ray and 2x DVDs. The Blu-Ray contains both versions of the film, whereas the DVDs contain one version of the film on each. Plus one of the DVDs contains several additional extras not on the Blu-Ray.
Extras are listed as follows…
US and Italian versions of the film
Audio commentary with Bava biographer Tim Lucas (Italian version)
Twice the Fear feature. Side by side comparisons of the differences between the US and Italian releases
US version of the film
Twice the Fear feature (as above)
Italian version of the film
Audio commentary with Bava biographer Tim Lucas
Introduction by genre critic Alan Jones
Interview with star Mark Damon
3x theatrical trailer
TV spot
Radio spot
A superb set of extras, plus I’m pretty sure this is the only release of the film to contain the old US version as well as the original Italian version, so if you were thinking of adding this movie to your collection, then this Arrow release is definitely the only way to go.

The film is released to UK stores May 13.
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Saturday 11 May 2013

RIPD - Poster Artwork revealed...

Checkout the new poster artwork for RIPD, starring Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds.

The film hits UK cinemas Aug 30.

Checkout the trailer on YouTube

Static comes to UK DVD

Milo Ventimiglia and Sara Paxton star in the critically acclaimed creepy horror Static which makes its debut on DVD thanks to Second Sight Films.
A young writer (Ventimiglia – Heroes, Rocky Balboa) and his wife (Sarah Shahi – Life) are struggling with the loss of their child but just as they are trying to get their lives back on track a hysterical young woman (Paxton – The Innkeepers, Last House on the Left), turns up at their secluded house in the middle of the night, claiming she is being chased by mysterious masked men.
Letting her stay the night the couple are soon drawn into the horror when the unknown force starts to stalk them, a terrifying game of cat and mouse ensues, resulting in a shocking conclusion and one of the most chilling film finales of recent years.
Static is written and directed by Todd Levin in his first feature and will be premiering in the UK on DVD on 15 July 2013.
No news on what special features will be included on the disc, if any.
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Motel Hell - UK BD/DVD review.

YES, cult classic “Motel Hell” finally gets the special edition treatment courtesy of Arrow films and I managed to blag myself a review copy to take a look at.
The story for this takes place just outside of a small rural town in the American Deep South, where Farmer Vincent makes his speciality smoked meats. But, there’s a reason his particular brand of food tastes so special.
Vincent also happens to run a motel, and for many an unfortunate soul, once they check in they don’t check out. Plus, it seems one of the nearby roads can be a very hazardous place for unwary travellers at night, particularly when farmer Vincent has spike strips and various traps spread over the highway.
The local sheriff seems to be blissfully unawhere of all the missing travellers that have passed through his town, but begins to suspect something is amiss when the health inspector goes missing after investigating Vincent’s smokehouse.
Plus it seems Vincent may have bitten off more than he can chew when he falls in love with one of his young victims and decides to spare her from the smokehouse, who goes on to discover what the main ingredient of what his products is…
Crossing elements of Psycho and Texas Chainsaw, but with a huge dose of campy humour thrown in, the film boasts an interesting cast, which includes western Veteran Rory Calhoun (Night of the Lepus), along with Nancy Parsons (who fans of cult 80s film “Porkys” will remember from her role as Miss Ballbreaker), Paul Linke, who plays the Sheriff (who also starred as a police officer in the cult 80s show “CHiPs” with Eric Estrada) along with American DJ Wolfman Jack (American Graffiti), who has a brief role as an evangelical preacher.
The film has garnered a huge cult following over the years and has been crying out for a special edition release as it has so far only been available on various bare bones releases. Fortunately, Arrow films have come to the rescue and given it the special edition treatment it so richly deserves.
The film is being released in a Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack, which contain the same extras on. Which comprise of…
Audio commentary track with director Kevin Connor, moderated by horror journalist Callum Waddel.
Interview with co-star Paul Link, who plays the Sheriff
Interview with co-star Rosanne Katon
“Ida be thy Name” feature, which is a look at Nancy Pasron’s role as Ida, and various other women in horror, presented by critic Shelagh Rowan-Legg and featuring horror reviewer Staci Layne Wilson and Scream Queens Ellisa Dowling and Chantelle Albers
“Back to the Backwoods” feature, with fellow director Dave Parker (The Hills Run Red)  who discusses his love for the film.
And lastly there’s the original theatrical trailer.
The case also contains an exclusive booklet with linear notes on the film by critic Kim Newman, and the case sleeve contains reversible cover art.
If you're fan of the film, or you wish to check this out, then this Arrow release is definitely a must. The review copy I was sent was a Blu-Ray disc, but the accompanying DVD apparently has the same extras on, so no need to double-dip if you want both HD and SD versions of the film.
The film is released to UK shelves May 13th.
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Tuesday 7 May 2013

Adjust Your Tracking!

Dan Kinem got in touch recently to tell us about his new documentary "Adjust Your Tracking: The Untold Story of the VHS Collector".

Shedding light on the underground culture of VHS collectors and the modern day VHS resurgence. The documentary is all about the people who still love and collect VHS and features interviews with Lloyd Kaufman, Sam Sherman, Fred Vogel, Tony Timpone, and many others.

Checkout the trailer below...

The film recently played the Texas Frightmare festival to critical acclaim. For more information on the film, screenings, and how to book the movie please visit

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Hands of the Ripper comes to US Blu-Ray and DVD.

Synapse Films present another landmark title in the Hammer Films Collection! Peter Sasdy's HANDS OF THE RIPPER, which is being released to US disc in a BD/DVD combo pack!
An infant girl watches in horror as her father, the infamous “Jack the Ripper,” brutally murders her mother. Years later, the damaged young Anna (Angharad Rees) is now under the care of a fake psychic and has been forced into a career of prostitution.  At the end of a séance one evening, a woman is mysteriously killed.
Dr. John Pritchard (Eric Porter) suspects Anna is the murderer but cannot understand how she could perform this unspeakable act.  Using new Freudian psychoanalysis techniques, Pritchard experiments on Anna and discovers a shocking secret: the spirit of the “Ripper” is alive and well, and might well be possessing his own daughter!  Can this evil be stopped before it’s too late?
Completely restored in high-definition and released uncut for the first time on Blu-ray in the U.S., HANDS OF THE RIPPER is a film widely recognized as one of the most gruesome Hammer horror films ever made.

 Special Features:
• U.S. Television Introduction
• Original Theatrical Trailer and TV Spots
• HANDS OF THE RIPPER Motion Still Gallery
• Isolated Music & Effects Audio Track

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Ray Harryhausen - RIP

We're sad to report that legendary visual effects master Ray Harryhausen, has died aged 92.
Harryhausen made some of the fantasy genre's best-known movies, among them Mighty Joe Young, One Million Years B.C. and a series of films based on the adventures of Sinbad the sailor.
He is perhaps best remembered for animating the seven skeletons who come to life in Jason and the Argonauts, a sequence which took him three months to film, and for the Medusa who turned men to stone in Titans.
Harryhausen inspired a generation of film directors, from Steven Spielberg and James Cameron to Peter Jackson of the Lord of the Rings fame.
George Lucas has hailed Harryhausen in the past, calling him an “inspiration” to everyone in the special effects industry, and adding without him “there would likely have been no Star Wars”.
Peter Jackson has also said that without Harryhausen’s influence, Lord of the Rings “would never have been made. Not by me at least.”
Harryhausen, who was also a writer and producer, won a string of awards for his work, which included a special Oscar and Bafta. Originally from Los Angeles, he had lived in London since 1960 until his death.
RIP Ray and thanks for all the films!

Treasure Chest of Horrors 3

Checkout the trailer for "Treasure Chest of Horrors 3" from Psykik Junkie pictures...

The film was recently picked up for Distribution by Wild Eye Releasing and should be out on DVD by the end of the year/ early next year.

You're Next - In UK cinemas this August

"You’re Next" – a chilling warning scrawled in blood on a neighbour’s wall, starts an evening of bloody mayhem for the Davison family.
A lively reunion is abruptly brought to an end when a gang of mysterious killers, disguised in animal masks, wage an all-out assault on the Davison’s secluded home. Using a series of sophisticated traps, axes, crossbows and machetes, the family are slaughtered one by one until nowhere is safe.
But neither the attackers, nor their victims, have counted on Erin (Sharni Vinson, STEP UP 3D); an innocent girlfriend who has the killer instinct to fight back…
Director Adam Wingard and writer Simon Barrett (A Horrible Way to Die, V/H/S, V/H/S/2) are the talents behind what is already an acclaimed new horror. "You’re Next" stormed audiences at both Toronto Film Festival and SXSW
Lionsgate UK will release You’re Next in cinemas across the UK from August 23, 2013 LIONSGATE UK.
Checkout the trailer on YouTube.

Fantasm - trailer

Filmmaker Kyle Kuchta is proud to present the official trailer for his horror convention documentary FANTASM (check it out below).

Fantasm analyzes the tight-knit community that attends horror conventions in an exploration of how the genre brings fans together. "Fantasm was filmed over six conventions, and I felt myself growing closer and closer to the genre that we all love so much," says Kuchta. "It means a lot to be able to share that love with people, and that's what Fantasm is all about."

In addition to a variety of devoted fans, Fantasm features insight from popular horror actors and filmmakers, including Heather Langenkamp (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Tom Atkins (Escape from New York), Joe Lynch (Wrong Turn 2), Amanda Wyss (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Lloyd Kaufman (The Toxic Avenger) and more.

With production complete, Kuchta is currently focused on editing Fantasm. The documentary will be submitted to film festivals in the fall, with an official premiere to be announced.

Learn more about Fantasm on Facebook and Twitter.

Thursday 2 May 2013


On Sunday May 26th Horror Channel celebrates 100 years of the birth of one of the country’s most beloved actors - Peter Cushing (OBE).
PETER CUSHING CENTENARY DAY will be devoted to some of the legendary actor’s finest work, picked from a film & TV career which spanned 50 years and over 80 films.
Born on 26 May 1913, Cushing’s career took off in the 50s and he is probably best known for his roles for Hammer Films – in particular the sinister scientist Baron Frankenstein and the vampire hunter Dr. Van Helsing.

But to younger generations he is also fondly remembered for his portrayal of Grand Moff Tarkin in Star Wars and for his many appearances as Sherlock Holmes.

The line-up:
Hammer Horror’s Frankenstein Created Woman sees Cushing in one of his most famous roles, that of Baron Frankenstein. Here the sinister scientist embarks upon his most ambitious work - bringing a young maiden back to life using the twisted soul of an executed man. Directed by Terence Fisher, this is the fourth film in Hammer's Frankenstein series and seen as the most ambitious dealing, not with the physical aspects of the Baron's work, but with questions of the soul, and its relationship to the body.
Relishing his role as a Victorian super-sleuth, Peter Cushing stars as Inspector Quennell, a Scotland Yard detective sent to a small town in the English countryside to investigate a series of suspicious deaths. Clues led him to renowned entomology professor Dr. Carl Mallinger (Robert Flemying). Through his beautiful daughter Clare, Mallinger has created a ‘were-moth’, a she-creature capable of transforming into a murderous Death Head moth.

13:30  I, MONSTER (1971)
In this loose adaption of the Dr. Jekyll, Mr Hyde story, Cushing teams up with horror-thesp regular Christopher Lee. Lee plays Charles Marlowe, a psychologist who invents a drug which will release his patients' inhibitions. But when Marlowe tests it on himself he becomes the cruel, murderous Edward Blake. It’s up to Marlowe's lawyer, Utterson (Cushing), to discover the truth. The film was intended to be in 3-D, but that was aborted mid-production.
15:00 THE BEAST MUST DIE (1974)
In this ‘beastly’ whodunit, Cushing shines as archaeologist and lycanthropy enthusiast Dr. Lundgre – one of a number of invited guests of wealthy sportsman (Calvin Lockhart) to a big-game hunt. He's sure that one of them is a werewolf and he intends to stalk and kill it. Near the conclusion, the audience have a 30-second interlude during which they can decide, who the hunted beast is. Due to the small production budget, the "werewolf" was played by a German shepherd dog
16:50  HAMMER HOUSE OF HORROR: ‘The Silent Scream’ (1980)
Cushing gives a finely-tuned performance of benign menace as Martin Blueck, a seemingly kindly pet shopkeeper who befriends a released convict, Chuck Spillers, (Brian Cox) As the trust between them grows, Blueck asks Spillers to look after the shop whilst he goes away. But Spillers and his wife find that they are trapped by the deviant mind of an ex-Nazi doctor and Blueck’s experiments live on. Directed by Alan Gibson, this episode from the first series was considered the best.

Hate Crime - Available Online!

Psykik Junky Pictures wants to let everyone know that they've just dropped a sick new trailer for James Cullen Bressack's latest release, HATE CRIME. 
HATE CRIME is a violent, realistic portrayal of one of our worst nightmares, being attacked in our home. The movie has been extremely well received by over 80+ reviewers, including some of the biggest reviewers in the horror film community. It has already won best picture and best director at multiple film festivals around the world and made may horror sites top 10 lists of 2012.

For just $6.66 you can stream the FULL MOVIE anywhere in the world from but make sure you head over there ASAP as the film will only be available for 1 month before it gets taken down in anticipation for its Blu-ray/DVD release in August from Unearthed Films

Hudson Horror Show 7 (US) - June 3rd, Poughkeepie, New York.

Attention US horror fans, particularly those in the New York State area. The indestructible classic, Hudson Horror Show returns for lucky show number seven on June 8th, 2013 at the Silver Cinemas in Poughkeepsie, NY. Show starts at noon and runs until midnight with five full length features (all off rare 35mm film prints), prizes, giveaways and a vendor’s room packed with horror merchandise!
The lineup includes the chop socky monster fu classic of INFRA-MAN!  Presented by the B Movie Film Vault, this kaiju karate film must be seen to be believed. 
Thanks to the folks at Grindhouse Releasing, we are thrilled to present the Hudson Valley premiere of GONE WITH THE POPE.  Duke Mitchell’s follow up to Massacre Mafia Style has never played this area before and it’s cause for celebration.  We’ll have official movie rosary beads that are FREE to the first 50 people through the door for Hudson Horror 7! 
Our double headliners are two classics which need very little introduction.  Tobe Hooper’s gore soaked black comedy TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE PART 2 will precede our 20th Anniversary screening of Bruce Campbell’s finest, the final chapter of the Evil Dead trilogy, ARMY OF DARKNESS!
 We’ll also have a 5th FULL LENGTH MYSTERY MOVIE!  Want to know what it is?  Could it be a slasher?  A psychedelic drug flick?  Kung Fu?  The suspense is killing you, ain’t it?  Be there and find out!
Tickets are still just $26.00 in advance via PayPal at and going quick!  Advance ticket holders will be let in first; if any tickets remain they will be at the door, day of show, for $30 bucks, cash only. 
You will want to have some extra cash on you though because we will have our vendors room completely packed with horror t shirts, DVD’s, toys, comics and so much more.  Can’t come to a 12 hour movie fest?  Then at come on down and at least check out our sweet vendor’s area!  We’ll also launch our first ever limited edition movie poster series!  Trust me, you’ll want to get one of these limited prints, they will sell out instantly.
Buy your tickets now at as they won’t last long.  Advance ticket sales will END at 11:59PM on Monday, June 3rd, 2013.