FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE TRAILER PARK: PITCHFORK

Synopsis: Having recently shared a life-changing secret with his family, Hunter recruits his friends to come with him from New York to the farm where he grew up as he faces his parents for the first time. As the college students enjoy the fresh air of Michigan farm country, an older, more dangerous secret slowly emerges. While Hunter navigates a new place within his conservative family, a vicious creature from their past descends on the farm, putting the unsuspecting city kids in mortal danger.

This one looks pretty cool although I can’t really say if the villain in the film will become the next icon of horror the same way Freddy, Jason, Michael, to name a few, have done; however, time will tell. Pitchfork stars Daniel Wilkinson, in the title role, with Lindsey Nicole, Brian Raetz, Ryan Moore, Celina Beach, Keith Webb, Sheila Leason, Nicole Dambro, Vibhu Raghave, Rachel Carter, Andrew Dawe-Collins, Carol Ludwick, Derek Reynolds, Addisyn Wallace and Anisbel Lopez. Pitchfork is directed and created by Glenn Douglas Packard who shares a writing credit with Darryl F. Gariglio. Pitchfork appears in theaters and On Demand on January 13, 2017. Check out the trailer and poster below and as always let me know what you think.

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FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE TRAILER PARK: NIGHTWORLD

Synopsis: When Former LAPD Office, Brett Irlam takes a job as head of security at an old apartment building in Bulgaria’s capital, Sofia, he soon begins to experience a series of bizarre and terrifying events. Once he begins to delve deep into the building’s sinister history, and investigate it’s shadowy owners and past employees, Brett soon uncovers a malevolent force nestled deep in the bowels of the building in basement that will do anything to be set free into our world.

Freddy’s back! Well no, he’s not really back. However the man who immortalized him, Robert Englund certainly is in this new film from director Patricio Valladares. Nightworld also stars Jason London, Gianni Capaldi, Lorina Kamburova,  Diana Lyubenova, Atanas Srebrev, Nikolay Valentinov Lukanov, Yuri Angelov, Julieta Koleva, Stefan Shterev, and Todor Dotsev. From a story and script by Loris Curci and a screenplay by Barry Keating and Milan Konjevic, Nightworld is looking at worldwide release this June. Until then here’s a poster and trailer for your viewing enjoyment.

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SHORT FILM SATURDAY: EXIT (2012)

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At a country manor in Edwardian England, a parlour trick becomes a bewitching – and one of the guests gets his dark desire. 

Written and directed by Daniel Zimbler.

Based on the short story by Harry Farjeon.

Starring Julian Glover, Ed Coleman, Christopher Brandon, Helena Johnson, Keith Hill, Maggie Robson and Edward McNamee.

Filmed in the UK

12 minutes, 54 seconds.

No Jason, no Freddy, no gore and no jump scares; just fine acting, writing and direction and a most unnerving tale. Enjoy and, as always, tell me what you think.

ALT-POSTR-MONDAY: A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET

Craven. Krueger. ‘Nuff said. Enjoy.

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FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE TRAILER PARK: A TRAILER PARK TRIBUTE TO THE FILMS OF WES CRAVEN

What can I say about the death of Wes Craven that hasn’t been said already? That he was a master of horror; which he was. That he created a character in Freddy Krueger that is as iconic and memorable as Frankenstein’s monster or Count Dracula; which he did. Was all of his movies absolute perfection in every way? No. Bad or good, though, the one thing they could never be called is boring. From Krug in The Last House on the Left to Ghostface in the Scream series of films Craven gave us characters that will not be forgotten and for that reason we will not forget him.

As tribute to Wes Craven I present to you the trailers from his many genre films. If I couldn’t find the trailer then I present to you the film in its entirety; if I couldn’t find either then I humbly apologize. Here, in chronological order, is a Friday Night at the Trailer Park tribute to the films of Wes Craven.

THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT (1972)

THE HILLS HAVE EYES (1977)

STRANGER IN OUR HOUSE (TV MOVIE-1978-CLIP)

DEADLY BLESSING (1981)

SWAMP THING (1982)

INVITATION TO HELL (1984-FULL)

THE HILLS HAVE EYES PART 2 (1984)

A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (1984)

CHILLER (TV MOVIE-1985-CLIP)

DEADLY FRIEND (1986)

THE SERPENT AND THE RAINBOW (1988)

SHOCKER (1989)

THE PEOPLE UNDER THE STAIRS (1991)

WES CRAVEN’S NEW NIGHTMARE (1994)

VAMPIRE IN BROOKLYN (1995)

SCREAM (1996)

SCREAM 2 (1997)

SCREAM 3 (2000)

CURSED (2005)

RED EYE (2005)

MY SOUL TO TAKE (2010)

SCREAM 4 (2011)

I couldn’t find a trailer or clip for the TV movie Night Visions (1990). For that, I apologize.

Rest in peace, Wes Craven; take comfort in knowing that we will not forget you.

 

 

TO CHANGE OR NOT TO CHANGE: A POLL

Short and sweet: I’ve been thinking about changing the look of my blog. It’s been the same for about 2 years now and I’m getting itchy about changing it. That is where you come in. Should I change the theme entirely? Should I keep the same theme and make a few cosmetic changes? Should I leave it just the way it is?

I’ll run this for one week. Give me your input, please. Peace out…I mean-take care…and stay scared.

THE SEMI-DAILY HORROR MOVIE QUOTE OF THE DAY-APRIL 13, 2014

From A Nightmare on Elm Street:

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One, two, Freddy’s coming for you. Three, four, better lock your door. Five, six, grab your crucifix. Seven, eight, gonna stay up late. Nine, ten, never sleep again.