‘Wandering’ Will Remind You What It’s Like to Be A Kid

Wandering explores childhood and how it feels to face reality in a way that is so easy to remember, to connect with, that it nearly breaks your heart.

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‘Stitched’ Tackles the Bond Between Sisters

Losing a parent is hard. But for one traumatized woman, opening up to her sister about that loss is even harder—until she gets creative.

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Oral Hygiene Gets Spooky in ‘The Toothbrush’

A slippery box of Chinese noodles, a mysterious package with no return address, and one suspicious, motorized toothbrush make up the bulk of writer-director duo Vance Tucker and Dave Otte’s new short The Toothbrush.

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‘Without Name’ Has a Lot of Creepy Trees

There’s something bizarre and nightmarish waiting in the woods, and its sights are set on Eric, a land surveyor who’s tasked with assessing the woodland area in question just as his marriage is about to crumble.

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‘Dearest Sister’ Opens First Annual Brooklyn Horror Film Fest

A village girl travels to the Lao capital, Vientiane, to care for her rich cousin who has lost her sight and gained the ability to communicate with the dead.

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New Monster Movie ‘Pitchfork’ Acquired by Uncork’d Entertainment

Every generation has its monster; Uncork’d Entertainment is about to introduce you to Pitchfork!

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Davide Melini’s ‘Lion’ Out on Halloween

Soon to be released short Lion has everything you want in a film. A house in the middle of nowhere, creepy children, a deranged alcoholic man in a wife beater, and an incredibly vague trailer.

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‘House of VHS’ Soon to be Released on DVD

House of VHS is already out in Australia and will be released on DVD as Ghosts in the Machine on October 11th in the United States and January 16th in the United Kingdom.

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Swipe Right for ‘Other Halves’, New Tech Horror

Tinder took the dating world by storm when it first launched in 2012. Today, a handful of marriages, thousands of hookups, and millions of right swipes later, there is a new app on the market. Introducing Other Halves, the premier dating app that just might… kill you?

Tracey Birdsall Named Female Action Performer of the Year at AOFF

Tracey Birdsall, the engaging lead in Neil Johnson’s sci-fi epic Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter, has come away from this year’s Action on Film Festival with the coveted title of Female Action Performer of the Year.

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‘The Perfect Husband’ Is All Beauty and No Brains

A married couple decides to spend a weekend in a remote cabin, but the romantic journey takes a turn for the worst when a sneaking suspicion becomes pure madness.

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Hitler’s Stages a Comeback in ‘The Time War’

In an incredible change of pace, Rogue Warrior director Neil Johnson switches from homicidal robots to time-traveling Nazis in his long-awaited sci-fi thriller The Time War.

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Drugs and Depravity Rule in ‘My Master Satan: 3 Tales of Drug Fueled Violence’

Written and directed by Dakota Bailey, an up and coming Denver-based filmmaker, My Master Satan is an anthology of three connected stories about the disturbing situations five corrupt men get into.

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‘Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter’ World Premiere at AOF Festival

Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter, Neil Johnson’s high flying, sci-fi thriller about a rebel trying to stop droids from destroying the human race, has been selected to play at this year’s Action On Film Festival.

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Robots Attack in ‘Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter’ Trailer

This is it, your greatest fear come to life: robots have finally developed their own free will and are planning to use it to kill off the human race.