One woman fighting the odds. One womanizer on a winning ticket. One magic mirror to turn it all around.
Filmed on a real sunken ship at Isola D’Elba, Dark Blue challenges destiny, presenting a captivating story and unusual shots for the indie market.
Redwood breathes new life into well-worn mythology, creating an edge-of-your-seat horror movie that will shred your nerves and have you thinking twice about going camping again.
The striking qualities of Tabloid Vivant are yours to see ON DEMAND! The lovely, eye-catching nature of Tabloid Vivant will surely not go unnoticed this fall. It goes into full swing about a starving artist who is blatantly determined to die for his artwork, along with an art critic whose passions exceed human capability at times.
Uncork’d Entertainment has released The Shelter in theaters on November 4th and will release it digitally on January 3rd.
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.
Writer/Director Neil Johnson tells a story in which the rise of artificial intelligence ultimately leads to the demise of humanity. Our heroine, Sienna (Tracey Birdsall), is the one rebel who takes on the droid empire.
Indie Horror Studio, Suspiric Noir, has just released a new trailer for their film Feed the Black, which looks like a Marilyn Manson music video and Robert Egger’s The Witch had a baby. A really messed up, really evil baby.
Osiris Entertainment has picked up Betrothed, the new horror film from director Jim Lane, for a July 2016 release.
He’s the dark shadow of Santa Claus, bringing pain and retribution to all the naughty people out there.
The producers of Lake Runs Red, an independent Minnesota-based horror film, have released the third of their character centric trailers. This one focuses on Lauren as played by Kaci Wegleitner.
“Deep Dark” portends many great things—the trailer alone indicating a “Barton Fink” kind of feel.
“Redwood Massacre” endeavors to be a new age slasher classic. In an era of diminishing gore, and films that rely solely on jump scare tactics to inflict fear on viewers, “Redwood Massacre” offers slasher lovers what they love the most.
“JeruZalem” promises to bring a new apocalyptic vision of the ancient city. “JeruZalem,” which is entirely from the perspective of one character’s digital glasses, promises to set the audience in the innovative horror.
Pernicious is headed to theaters May 29 and VOD June 19