*I never thought I would do this but I figure I should stay on the safe side and declare this post as NSFW. I’d rather do that than have anyone lose their job because I didn’t warn them. People who lose their jobs tend to get pissed off and stop following your blog.
Synopsis: A group of friends are going on a camping trip to celebrate graduating college. But once they enter the woods, the proverbial shit starts to hit the fan!
You know that when a movie has a title like Don’t Fuck in the Woods that it’s not going to be an art house Oscar contender that will be talked about among high-brow movie critics and fans for years to come. It will, however, probably be talked about among horror, creature-feature and gore fans for years to come. Why? Because a movie with a title like Don’t Fuck in the Woods deserves to be talked about. It’s telling us what every set-in-the-woods slasher film has been trying to tell us since the dawn of the genre: Don’t Fuck in the Woods.
Starring Ayse Howard, Hannah Herdt, Brian Cornell, Brandy Mason, Brittany Blanton, Nadia White, and Scott Gillespie, Don’t Fuck in the Woods is written and directed by Shawn Burkett and is now available on Blu-ray, DVD and a big box VHS version. Hurry over to their official Facebook page if you want a VHS copy. I hear they’re going fast.
John Ritter was originally supposed to appear as a security guard at the Good Guy Doll Factory in a sequence where some kids sneak into the factory and discuss the Chucky myth. Ritter later appeared in Bride of Chucky (1998) in a supporting role.
November is coming to a close and the Holiday shopping season has begun. Here’s hoping you will all take a little time out of trying to find that perfect Christmas gift to check out these ten alt-posters I have for you this week. Enjoy.
A Clockwork Orange by Tibor Lovas
Constantine by doaly
Doctor Strange by doaly
Dracula by Laurent Durieux
King Kong by Nicolas Delort
Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence by Laurent Durieux
Re-Animator by Joey Potargent
The Island of Doctor Moreau by Vincent Roche
The Loved Ones by Ken Taylor
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by doaly
There are Scream Queens who have appeared in countless horror films throughout their careers, Danielle Harris being a perfect example. Then there are those, like our December Scream Queen, Kristen Bell, who only have a few genre credits to their name.
Born Kristen Anne Bell on July 18, 1980 in Huntington Woods, Michigan, she made her debut in an uncredited role in Polish Wedding in 1998. Her credits within the horror genre include a role in Pulse (2006), a remake of Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s 2001 J-Horror film Kairo; and in Wes Craven’s Scream 4 in 2011. Add a voice credit in 2016 for an episode of the zom-com iZombie and you pretty much have her entire screaming resume. Does it really matter how many fright flicks she’s done, though? She’s hot and we know it and that is why she is the Written in Blood Scream Queen of the Month for December, 2016.
An angry teen conducts an ancient ritual to seek revenge on the classmates she believes have wronged her.
Directed by Paul Gandersman.
Written by Peter Hall.
Starring Nell Kessler, Sharmita Bhattacharya, Caiti Ward and Jessica Perrin.
Filmed in the United States.
Eleven minutes and five seconds.
Here’s a nifty (yes, I said “nifty”) little horror film from Arcanum Pictures that could fall under the ‘be careful what you wish for’ category. It’s got a cast of young, talented actresses and a nostalgic feel to it that works quite well. Plus, I learned something new: I learned what a Bechdel test is. Does anyone else know? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller? Okay, a Bechdel test, or Bechdel rule is a test of female characterisation in movies. Passing the Bechdel test requires that: the movie [media] has at least two women characters; who talk to each other; about something other than a man. One last thing: Givertaker is subtitled as “A Dead Kids Club Story” and if I am correct is the first in a planned series. If I’m wrong about that I’m sure someone will let me know; all I ask is that you do it nicely. Enjoy.
Synopsis: A homeless war-veteran with a chequered past must rely on a side of himself once thought buried when he and his companions are targeted on Christmas Day by three vicious psychopaths in Santa suits.
I’m dreaming of a white Christmas but if I don’t get that then I’ll settle for a blood-red one. Director Stuart Bedford and his co-writers Giovani Gentile and Stu Jopia are of the opinion that there are not enough Christmas slasher flicks and are setting about remedying that with Good Tidings. Starring Alexander Mounsey, Colin Murtaugh and Stu Jopia, Good Tidings ho-ho-horrors it’s way to VOD on December 6th. Until then I don’t care if you’re sleeping and I don’t care if you’re awake; you better watch the trailer and check out the poster ↓ for goodness sake!
Chucky appeared in a tuxedo at the 1990 Horror Hall of Fame Awards to advertise the theatrical release of the film. He was introduced by Robert Englund (Freddy Krueger from “A Nightmare on Elm Street”).