Genre studio Welcome Villain has announced their acquisition of the festival horror hit Invoking Yell, serving as the studio’s first Spanish language film. Co-written and directed by Patricio Valladares, with co-writer Barry Keating, this found footage film premiered at the Unnamed Footage Festival.
During its theatrical run, The Outwaters set off heart monitors, made viewers uncomfortably nauseous, and caused in-theater anxiety. Now fans can experience the found footage cosmic horror hit from the comfort of their own home.
“We all die in the dark.”
A throwback to the early days of the found footage genre, The Outwaters will open in select North American theaters beginning 9th February from Cinedigm and Bloody Disgusting.
“We all die in the dark.”
He’s Watching is a terrifying supernatural horror from Jacob Estes, the director of Blumhouse’s Don’t Let Go, and a gripping, original take on the found-footage horror genre.
“He’s Hiding. He’s Waiting. He’s Watching”
Shudder, AMC Networks’ premium streaming service for horror, thrillers and the supernatural, is thrilled to release the trailer for the Shudder Original Deadstream ahead of the film’s debut on the platform (US, CA, UKI, and ANZ) on 6th October.
“He’s dying for followers.”
After a year in cyber captivity, the Unnamed Footage Festival is returning to the theaters of San Francisco for four days of found footage horror, faux documentary, and first-person POV programming.
“Found footage horror, faux documentary, POV cinema.”
Considered to be the first found footage movie, Dean Alioto’s The McPherson Tape (1989) wasn’t legitimately released at the time due to a warehouse fire, while Jungle Trap (1990) and Run Coyote Run (1987) are two lost horror projects from director James Bryan and producer-writer-star Renee Harmon.
“You are in for a hell of a shock!”
The Portsmouth based Trash Arts is becoming a prolific producer of low-budget, yet high quality films of the supernatural and horror genres. Low-key, intense and relying on skilled acting and filmmaking techniques rather than jump scares, the team of Sam Mason-Bell and Jessica Hunt give us subtle movies which true horror fans will cherish.
“As I got more into horror, I started to get more interested in films that could push social boundaries and truly disturb an audience…”
A low key, documentary/found footage horror film from Portsmouth, England based Trash Arts, The Truth Will Out, is a skillfully made movie worth checking out. Although it doesn’t break new ground as far as the genre goes, and while it isn’t full of action and cheap scares, the film thrives on its great acting and photography. A hit reality show, Hard Streets UK, hosted by the completely obnoxious and degenerate Thomas Laboss, is on its way to interview the Braussau family, Gypsies who claim to be true Wiccans. Along for the ride are Thomas’s sound and recording engineers, Stanley and Darren.
“That, ladies and gentlemen, is a petrified penis apparently.”
Halloween is drawing near, but don’t worry! Fright-Rags has you covered with new apparel from Elvira: Mistress of the Dark, Hammer, and The Houses October Built.
Broke Horror Fan and Witter Entertainment presents Candy Corn and The Houses October Built on official VHS, next Friday, 2nd October at 12PM EST / 9AM PST!
“This year there’s a new Halloween tradition.”
Shudder recently announced their September line up and among the titles listed were two films from indie genre distributor Terror Films. The two films included: the highly anticipated Hell House LLC III: Lake of Fire, plus a fan and critic favorite that seemed to have all but disappeared from digital platforms – Adam Robitel’s award-winning feature debut, The Taking of Deborah Logan. The Taking of Deborah Logan will be released on Shudder beginning September 30, 2019. The official release date for the wider platform release is expected to be announced soon.