Category Archives: Horror News
Accidental history—remastering the campy teen horror game Congress famously hated
Night Trap might not seem like a game that would be especially cumbersome to port to modern consoles. Among the first in the oft-forgotten early-’90s trend of “FMV (full motion video) games,” the title was nothing more than a lightly interactive series …
The Untamed review – audacious sci-fi horror
The Spanish title of Amat Escalante’s film, La región salvaje, translates as “the Wild Region”, which may refer to somewhere in space, or the riskier shores of human desire, or this Mexican writer-director’s lawless imagination. His last film, 2013’s …
San Antonio woman witnessed horror in Barcelona
ExpressNews.com. MenuSections. http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/article/San-Antonio-woman-witnessed-horror-in-Barcelona-11944831.php. San Antonio woman witnessed horror in Barcelona. By Zeke MacCormack. Updated 6:36 pm, Saturday, …
A one-man Rocky Horror Show – Rob Kemp: The Elvis Dead, Edinburgh Fringe, review
There’s a scene in the 2001 romcom High Fidelity when Jack Black’s character is struck dumb by a hypothetical question: why on earth would anyone choose not to see Evil Dead II? The film has everything – killer trees, time travel, a hero with a …
Cambrils shoot out ‘ was like a horror movie’
Fitzroy Davies, a judo instructor from Wolverhampton, who had been enjoying a meal in the bar, pulled out his mobile phone and instinctively began filming what he would later describe as a “horror movie”. About a minute earlier and 400 yards away, a …
Finally, A Horror Board Game Where You Are The Monster Killing The Obnoxious Teens
Upcoming horror board game Monster Slaughter taps into the best thing about watching campy horror movies: the order in which teens die. Where it one-ups popcorn and The Blair Witch Project is that, in Monster Slaughter, the player is the beast killing …
Do you remember those nights when you were younger, utterly terrified by what’s on screen but unable to turn away? And then afterwards, having to get into bed, alone and wary of whatever might be lurking in the gloom. Here are our top movie nightmares, films that still creep into our consciousness years later, and more than any others, have stopped us from falling asleep.
LOS ANGELES, CA (August 18th, 2017) Horror genre distributor Terror Films is releasing I Know You’re in There today, August 18th!
I Know You’re in There was written and directed by Robert Lawson Gordon. The film stars: Will Hurst, Grainne McDermott, Mindee de Lacey and Karin Lee. In the story, Tom Redding (Hurst), after his mother’s suicide, discovers that he has a sister named Chloe (McDermott). Chloe is catatonic and completely paralyzed. Later, Tom takes her on a trip to their dead mother’s isolated home partly – in hopes of documenting her rare illness. Their bonding time is disrupted by unexpected twists into madness as a supernatural evil presents itself.
The film has been met with some critical acclaim. Wicked Channel has stated: “…the story is kick-ass and the suspense in the film is ever present.” Peter ‘Witchfinder’ Hopkins of Horrorscreams Videovaultstates: “if you like…a story that keeps you hooked, check out I Know You’re in There.”
In their ongoing effort to bring the best and most diverse indie horror content to the masses, Terror Films will release this film across multiple digital platforms. Platforms include: iTunes, Amazon Instant/Prime, Vudu, Google Play/You Tube, X-Box Live and many others. The release begins with North America and will be followed up by a worldwide digital release on iFlix.
Terror Films has provided the official poster art plus a link to the official trailer, here.
The I Know You’re in There official trailer:
For more information on Terror Films, visit: www.terrorfilms.net
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Horror video start-up Crypt TV is building a scary universe for the smallest screens – Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
Horror video start-up Crypt TV is building a scary universe for the smallest screens
Los Angeles Times
With backers including horror film maker Jason Blum, the company has more than 2.5 million fans on Facebook and averages about 30 million views a month for its bite-sized scares. The idea is to draw a big, loyal audience with serialized, short-form …