Synopsis: The comedy horror Crying Wolf tells the story of strange and weird goings-on in a little English village called Deddington. The gruesome death of local girl Charlotte by a rabid monster causes alarm and revulsion – before desperate reporters, crazy detectives, and revenge-seeking hunters descend on the scene.
This one looks like a howl in the comedy-horror tradition of An American Werewolf in London and (my all-time werewolf fave) The Howling. Plus, it’s got Caroline Munro in it, boys and girls! She may be older but she’s still pretty dang gorgeous! Crying Wolf also stars Joe Egan, Kristofer Dayne, Gabriela Hersham, and Ian Donnelly. It’s directed by Tony Jopia and written by Jopia, Andy Davie and Michael Dale. Look for it on VOD this December 12th and until then enjoy the trailer and poster below.
The sound of a spider being crushed by John Goodman was made by the foley artists crushing a couple of potato chips.
Here’s some alt-postrs to start your week off right. I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving and that all of you have family, friends and loved ones to enjoy it with.
12 Monkeys by Mainger Germain
Rear Window by Kevin Tong
Sin City by Florey
The Punisher by Muti
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by Jason Edmiston
The World’s End by Marie Bergeron
Unholy Rollers by Ric Horejs
V for Vendetta by Mainger Germain
Vanishing Point by Ollie Boyd
Young Frankenstein by Van Orton Designs
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Chris Garofalo
The Relic by David Moscati
An aging scream queen deals with her insignificance.
Written, directed, produced by and starring Karen Gillan.
Nine minutes, four seconds.
To one day be a star and the next day be forgotten, barely a footnote; to an entertainer in any medium that is the most terrifying horror of all. A fine performance by Karen Gillan as well as a fine directorial effort. Watch below and let me know what you think.
Synopsis: Psychologist Peter Bower’s life is thrown into turmoil when he discovers that the patients he has been seeing are ghosts. Risking his own sanity, Peter delves into his past to uncover a terrifying secret which only he can put right.
I have to say that the trailer for Backtrack makes it look pretty darn good! Also, with two accomplished and dependable stars like Adrien Brody (King Kong) and Sam Neill (In the Mouth of Madness) leading the way it makes you wonder how it can even go wrong. Backtrack also stars The Loved Ones resident psycho biotch Robin McLeavy and is written and directed by Michael Petroni, the screenwriter for Possession and The Book Thief and director of Till Human Voices Wake Us. Backtrack has been making its way through the film festival circuit and hopefully will have an official release date in the near future. Until then and as usual enjoy the trailer below.
Robert De Niro’s performance is an impersonation of Martin Scorsese.
I can’t believe this is November Week 3! Where does the time go? You blink and it’s days gone by. I’ve got posters. Enjoy.
Ant-Man by Salvador Anguiano
Blade Runner by Coren MacNiven
Bloodbath by William Dalebout
Dario Argento’s Inferno by Malleus
Inglourious Basterds by Alex Pardee
Moon by craniodsgn
Spring Breakers by doaly
The Evil Dead by Chris Garofalo
The Flash by Muti
The Fly by Drew Millward
Where the Wild Things Are by Dan Matutina
The Nightmare Before Christmas by Simon Delart