Synopsis: Savageland tackles the very topical subject matter of illegal immigration, wrapped around the mysterious mass murder and disappearance of the entire population of fifty-seven people. The disappearances took place in the off-the-grid border town of Sangre de Cristo, Arizona, just a few miles north of Mexico. The police arrest the lone survivor, an illegal immigrant, Francisco Salazar. He is found covered with the blood of a number of his fellow residents.
Oh, I am so looking forward to this one. Co-written and co-directed by the team of Phil Guidry, Simon Herbert and David Whelan, Savageland will available February 24 on iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play/YouTube, Vudu, Xbox Live, Sony PlayStation, Vimeo on Demand, I Bleed Indie and 3 Roku channels, which include Free Flix Tonight, 24 Hour Movie Channel, and Free Grindhouse Flix Tonight. I’m hoping you’ll check it out as it looks awesome. Check out the trailer and poster ↓. Enjoy.
A young Clint Eastwood makes his first screen appearance as a lab technician. He discusses with Professor Ferguson (John Agar) about an experiment involving a cat and several mice sharing the same cage. He points out that one of the mice in the cage is missing and accuses the cat of eating it, but discovers that the missing mouse was in his lab coat pocket.
Posters! Posters! Get yer Alt-Posters here! Step right up! Don’t crowd, don’t crowd; there’s plenty for all to enjoy!
Re-Animator by Dan Mumford
Spirited Away by Joshua Budich
Star Wars: The Force Awakens by Ise Ananphada
The Mad Hatter (Alice in Wonderland) by Johnny Dombrowski
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou by Coren MacNiven
The Lost Boys by Zakuro Aoyama
The Phantom of the Opera by Timothy Pittides
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by Jeff Proctor
The Truman Show by Matt Ryan Tobin
Westworld by Berkay Daglar
A single mother battles her son’s fear of a monster in the house, but soon discovers a sinister presence all around her.
Written and directed by Jennifer Kent.
Starring Susan Prior, Luke Ikimis-Healey, Trash Vaudeville.
Filmed in Australia.
Ten minutes and forty-three seconds.
If Monster has an air of familiarity to you I can assure you that you are not alone. Directed and written by Jennifer Kent, it would later become the excellent feature film The Babadook. Enjoy.
Synopsis: A deeply atmospheric and terrifying new horror film, The Blackcoat’s Daughter centers on Kat (Kiernan Shipka) and Rose (Lucy Boynton), two girls who are left alone at their prep school Bramford over winter break when their parents mysteriously fail to pick them up. While the girls experience increasingly strange and creepy occurrences at the isolated school, we cross cut to another story—that of Joan (Emma Roberts), a troubled young woman on the road, who, for unknown reasons, is determined to get to Bramford as fast as she can.
As Joan gets closer to the school, Kat becomes plagued by progressively intense and horrifying visions, with Rose doing her best to help her new friend as she slips further and further into the grasp of an unseen evil force. The movie suspensefully builds to the moment when the two stories will finally intersect, setting the stage for a shocking and unforgettable climax.
I’ll be watching The Blackcoat’s Daughter when it comes to DirecTV on February 16 and to theaters March 31, 2017. Oz Perkin’s makes his directorial debut ( I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House was released in 2016; The Blackcoat’s Daughter has a 2015 release date. It’s a weird time warp thing so just take a jump to the left and a step to the right and it’ll be alright) and handles writing chores as well. Check out the trailer and poster ↓ and enjoy.
The Creature’s appearance was based on old seventeenth-century woodcuts of two bizarre creatures called the Sea Monk and the Sea Bishop. The Creature’s final head was based on that of the Sea Monk, but the original discarded head was based on that of the Sea Bishop.
In three days I’ll be celebrating nine years of marital bliss with the sweetest woman I’ve ever known. That has nothing to do with this weeks batch of posters; I’m just happy to have such a wonderful wife. Enjoy.
28 Days Later by Jana Heidersdorf
Blade Runner by Krysztof Domaradzki
Green Room by Oliver Barrett
Kill Bill (Hattori Hanzo) by Rhys Cooper
Lolita by benmadethis
No Country for Old Men by Ken Taylor
Repo Man by Tyler Stout
Schindler’s List by Tom Miatke
Shutter Island by Laurent Durieux
The Aviator by Jonathan Burton