Candy Corn Director Josh Hasty joined The Dude Abides Podcast this week. Listen in as we talk about his cult classic in the making film. Josh and I talk about the following: Horror Genre Influences The Filmmaking Process of Candy Corn Casting the Film The Importance of the Horror Community
The Strings had its world premiere at Salem Horror Fest. I had the chance to watch it and have given it the good old audio review treatment below. It is so great to see so many films pushing the envelope by featuring queer and people of all races in front
12 HOUR SHIFT is a powerhouse of a film from Brea Grant. The film stars Angela Bettis, Chloe Farnworth, Nikea Gamby-Turner, Kit Williamson, and David Arquette. I’ve spent more time in hospitals and doctors’ offices in my life so I can say with confidence that nurses are truly the lifeblood
Fantastic Fest is often able to pull of some amazing tricks. Among them are the famed secret screenings which always prove to be well worth whatever effort was put in to finagle a ticket and usually end up in the front row early. Fantastic Fest 2010 will always go
Nicholas McCarthy’s horror film HOME makes it’s debut at SXSW 2014 & stars Catalina Sandino Moreno, Ashley Rickards & Naya Rivera.
Going into Insidious I didn’t have the highest of hopes. I avoided the film in the theater, I guess the concept just didn’t appeal to me the way it was marketed. This was my mistake, and one that I’ve made more than once. The film frightened me. I covered my
Horror films are not always meant to be terrifying or in your face. As a fan of the genre as a whole, oftentimes I find myself struggling to explain to part-time fans or specific sub-genre fans what makes a film like The Burrowers worth watching. Just because a film is
26 letters of the alphabet. 26 different ways to die. A fairly simple premise, but it’s the sheer absurdity and audacity of some of the shorts that make The ABCs of Death a surprisingly fun watch. Rather than go through all 26 shorts and break them them down, let’s just dwell
Here is the official trailer for Steven C. Miller’s Silent Night. The film is a loose remake of Silent Night, Deadly Night. Anchor Bay films is releasing the film on November 30th in select theaters. It arrives on Blu-ray™/DVD combo and DVD in time for the holidays on December 4th. We also have a poster and stills to check out.
I discovered Behind The Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon while perusing one of Austin’s best attractions for any filmophile, I Luv Video. It is a shrine to films bizarre and forgotten, as well as to old school movie rental stores that were pushed out by the Blockbusters and Hollywood Videos that have now succumbed to the digital age of streaming movies and television.
Attending the Silent Hill: Revelation 3D LA premiere seems like the perfect way to gear up for Halloween. But how do non-Hollywood stars get in to that? Well, we here at Screen Invasion are very excited to offer 2 pairs of tickets to the exclusive LA Premiere at the Arclight
Its my own fault, I only have myself to blame! Curiosity, much like “Toby” the demon can be a thing of unearthly persistance. Despite not enjoying or being frightened by the first two, macabre intrigue persuaded me to check out the third Paranormal Activity film. Directorial duties for the third installment are handled by
Here are some photos from the upcoming horror film, RAGE: MIDSUMMER’S EVE. The production takes place and was shot on location in the beautiful country of Finland. We have the Press Release as well below for everyone who loves a good horror movie. The film is set to be released