Horror Noire, an anthology follow-up to the critically acclaimed 2019 documentary Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror, launches 28 October on Shudder. Showcasing stories of Black horror from Black directors and screenwriters, Horror Noire features six stories presented together as a two-hour film.
Shudder, AMC Networks’ premium streaming service for horror, thriller and the supernatural, has acquired worldwide rights to the black comedy creature feature The Seed. Written and directed by Sam Walker, The Seed will be released in North America, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand in 2022.
“Sam Walker’s stunning feature debut blends sci-fi, body horror and pitch-black comedy into one stylish and scary package.”
After last year’s ‘Virtual Edition’ of The Dead of Night Film Festival, we finally got a traditional DoNFF in 2021, returning with a weird and wonderful selection of horror films.
“6 horrific feature films, 18 terrifying short movies, 2 insightful Q&As.”
In search of excitement, five rich, spoiled Asian twenty-somethings form the “Circle,” a group where they take turns designing a unique, extravagant experience for the others. But things go wrong when the privileged urbanites awaken after a night out, to find they have developed vampire fangs…
Waxwork Records is proud to release Prisoners of the Ghostland Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by critically-acclaimed composer Joseph Trapanese. The album features score music written by Trapanese for the Nicolas Cage starring Western directed by Sion Sono.
“This is the Ghostland. A land of no escape.” PRESS PLAY ►
Fin is a criminal on the run, wanted for the murder of his boss and the accidental shooting of an officer. He breaks into the home of a high-class escort, only to discover that you get more than you bargain for with Val, short for ‘Valefar’ – a demon who offers to make all Fin’s problems disappear if he agrees to follow her rules.
But in Val’s world there are no accidents, and as Fin meets her other “customers”, he learns that she was expecting him all along, and it isn’t easy to escape Val’s dungeon.
“You don’t stand a chance in hell with her.”
Waxwork Records and WaterTower Music are proud to present Malignant Original Motion Picture Score by Joseph Bishara. Malignant is the latest creation from The Conjuring universe architect James Wan.
“A new vision of terror.”
As Nia DeCosta breathes new life into Candyman, the horror icon has received a buzz-worthy line of t-shirts from Fright-Rags. The apparel company also branches out beyond horror with designs from The ‘Burbs, Highlander, and Back to the Future.
“Dare to say his name.”
Ladies and gentlemen start your engines and prepare to burn rubber for contemporary comedy-horror Spree. Honk, Honk! Spree stars Joe Keery as Kurt Kunkle, an obsessed boy who wishes to be a popular social media influencer like his idols Bobby Basecamp and Jesse Adams. The only problem is he has a limited audience watching his channel as he is an excruciatingly dull person. He has tried everything to get noticed on YouTube, like playing video games, promoting shoes, and doing tutorials. But none of those are helping him in getting his foot through the social media door.
“Murder is trending…”
On Halloween night in New Salem, Radio DJ Chilly Billy tells a twisted anthology of horrifying local myths.
“Welcome back kids to the Psychotronic FM Halloween Show! Station 66.6.”
Directed by Scott B. Hansen and Desiree Connell, Bad Candy stars Zach Galligan, Derek Russo, and Slipknot’s Corey Taylor.
Bad Candy is available in select theatres 10th September, on demand 14th September, and Blu-ray 12th October from Epic Pictures and DREAD.
“Trick or Treat, You’re Dead!”
Special effects in the style of 1990s TV series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are what attracted me to PG: Psycho Goreman. Within the first few minutes, and throughout PG, I had spotted several tributes to Power Rangers, from the soundtrack to the concept of a villain trapped underground, freed unwittingly, to the Planetary Alliance. That’s not to say PG wasn’t an original film, as Mimi’s family, and Mimi in general, are unusual characters.
Mimi is a spoilt brat who obtains a gemstone that can control the ultimate intergalactic supervillain, Psycho Goreman.
“I do not care for hunky boys. Or do I?”
John Carpenter’s score to the second installment of the new Halloween trilogy, Halloween Kills, stays true to the spirit of what made the 1978 original great while bringing it firmly into the present.