After a family tragedy in the city, Chris and Maggie Conley, in a last-ditch effort to save their dying marriage, purchase an isolated home in the deepest woods, to which they quickly discover evil has a key...
The official trailer to Scorpio Film Releasing's newest feature MURDER UNIVERSITY. A series of brutal, cult-like murders are taking place at a New England college. Josh Greene, a shy freshman, is the lone survivor of a series of murders that are reminiscent of a similar string of killings some twenty years prior. As he seeks to uncover the secret behind the attacks, he is joined by Detective Forrester, who was instrumental in halting the bloodshed before, and his daughter Meg, who had barely escaped being a victim previously.
The Booby Trapper (2010) Is circulating the film festivals world wide and has stirred up a lot of controversy based on its high violence, gore, and strong sexual torture. A must see for any horror fan!
This is the trailer for our 2005 Underground Smash hit The Graveyard of Death, with Part 2 out later this year.
Teaser Trailer #1 Episode Two Adventures of Louanna Lee "Dont Count Her Out" with special guest Stars Dick Dyszel(Count Gore DeVol) and Will Haza.
Official trailer for THE HORROR VAULT, available on DVD on april 15 from www.thehorrorvault.net
Award winning, pitch-black comedy and a condemning view of how documentary filmmaking can easily turn into ghoulish exploitation; Chris Power and Nathan Hynes\'s Long Pigs is a cheerfully grotesque provocation that might challenge your stomach as well as your mind. ¶ Anthony McAlistar (Anthony Alviano) is a jovial fellow who just happens to give Hannibal Lecter a run for his money in the cannibal serial-killer territory. Introduced preparing his own unsavory type of meal, Anthony regales the camera with philosophical anecdotes, aware that, as the subject of a documentary being shot by a pair of young filmmakers, he\'s the star of the program. ¶ The satire grows more pungent as the story progresses and the line between comedy and horror becomes thinner, calling into question not just Anthony\'s horrific actions but the role the camera plays in them. When does the media\'s fascination with watching become dangerous? And, when it comes to human lives, where is the line drawn between documentary and subject?