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Let’s be honest, we all hate them. We hear that knock on the door or the doorbell rings and we get that feeling in our gut and think, “Oh great, solicitors”. The recent film from director/writer John Callas, titled No Solicitors is a bit extreme for what I would do to them, but hey, to each their own.
Available now on DVD and VOD, No Solicitors has all the necessary ingredients for the genre: nudity, cussing, gore. Add to that a damn good-looking cast with veteran names like Eric Roberts, Beverly Randolph, and Felissa Rose. This was a crazy ride, the actors are all very likable even if they are batshit crazy. You really can’t stop watching because you have to see how it is going to end.
Let me give you an idea of what you are getting into, meet the Cutterman family. The father, Lewis Cutterman (portrayed by Roberts) is the country’s top brain surgeon. Rachel Cutterman (portrayed by Randolph, known for her pivotal role as Tina in Return of the Living Dead) plays dear old Mom. Rounding out the family is their beautiful daughter Nicole (Kim Poirier of the 2007 Dawn of the Dead remake) and handsome, All-American son Scott (Jason Maxim from Jurassic City) who take being part of the family business very seriously. That business happens to be harvesting organs to sell on the black market. They see it as doing a great justice to society since one person could save many peoples’ lives… And the extra meat is theirs to keep. Wait, did I mention they are cannibals, too?!

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Living in a beautiful home with a very prominent NO SOLICITORS sign by the door, they wait for them to come and ring the bell. Their latest victim is a lovely but bit insufferable realtor named Mindy (Lucy Walsh), who gets more than she bargains for when she stays for dinner to discuss selling their home. The cops snoop around, as always, along with a nosy neighbor. By the end though, you actually start to feel sorry for the damn solicitors, and just when you think it’s about to be over, a twist. I love twists.
House of Tortured Souls: I was able to interview some of the cast, they were all wonderful. My first question to all of them was do you have any funny true stories about an encounter you had with a solicitor?
Director/writer John Callas: In truth, I have chased a few away with a baseball bat – One guy said to me, “You’re crazy,” to which I replied, “Tell all your workers.” He never returned, nor was he eaten! – LOL
Beverly Randolph: I have stories every day with phone solicitors but they aren’t funny! Kidding.
Jason Maxim: It’s hard enough for UPS & FedEx to deliver packages to my apartment when I order from Amazon so I don’t really deal with unwanted solicitors. However, when I first moved to California, I delivered pizzas and a girl answered the door in lingerie. I’m pretty sure she did it on purpose. Does that count?

HoTS: As I delved deeper into the nuances of this film, I asked John how he came up with this idea.
JC: I was having lunch with a friend from Warner Bros., and he asked why I seemed upset. I explained that over my doorbell is a sign “No Soliciting”, but they keep on ringing my doorbell. They read the sign but chose to ignore the warning. He sits back and then says, “Why not write a story and kill them?” I liked that idea and took it from there.
HoTS: Upon talking with Beverly, I found out her favorite on-set moment, behind the scenes that is.
BR: The bedroom scene when Eric and I are in bed…. (NO, not the end of the sentence, haha!) and John Callas, the director, sees the bottom of my feet through the camera. He has someone get washing towels and washes the bottom of my feet! He could have told me that the bottom of my feet were dirty, and I would have gone and washed them. I am sure it was to save time but what chivalry. P.S. My feet were dirty because it was a bedroom scene, and I was running around without shoes on that day.

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HoTS: I was also curious as to how she reacted to the script. Beverly is the most down-to-earth, sweetest lady and hard to picture as a cannibal.
BR: Loved the script. I was more focused on the dialogue and the story not the gore so much. The dialogue and story were intelligent, well thought out. When I saw the gore, that was different! Oh boy…lots of nervous giggling at that point. (Gotta love Beverly giggles, they are adorable.)
HoTS: I also got some time with Jason Maxim, the onset stud of the movie. I was wondering what it was like going from a movie such as Jurassic City to No Solicitors.
JM: Well, unfortunately, dinosaurs are extinct, so I went from shooting CGI bad guys to playing a bad guy, but I don’t think Scott is bad. I think, if anything, the scope and energy changed. I had a much larger role in No Solicitors and *spoiler alert* I don’t die in this movie. I really enjoy the science fiction genre because I’m kind of a nerd and I also really enjoy playing a soldier, so working on Jurassic City was a blast! [No Solicitors] felt like I took the energy home at times. I also swear one of our filming locations was haunted – that’s where I filmed the scene with Lucy and had to chop up body parts.
HoTS: Though he has never considered himself a model since he is under six feet tall, he was scouted when he was younger in both Boston and NYC. While he enjoys fashion and shooting print campaigns, like the one for Indian Motorcycles, he was always drawn to film. Perhaps his coolest gig though, he said, was to do pre-lighting for Matt Damon on the most recent Bourne installment..
JM: That job was a lot of fun because I got to pretend I was Jason Bourne and do these cool action poses on a treadmill etc.. If I was Matt Damon I would be worried, Jason definitely has him beat in the looks department.
HoTS: When I asked Felissa her thoughts on working on this film.
FR: With No Solicitors, I thought the script was a wild ride! Very unique in nature, and the cast is fantastic! I loved my character since playing victim can be awesomely delicious and fun to play that emotion. Since I was the producer on this I welcomed the time that I got to lie down! Lol! Most days I was running around like crazy!!!
HoTS: Also, she talked about how the crew and cast were all good friends. All the moments on set were really enjoyable.
Again, you can tell that the crew had a great time. This comes through in each scene. Check this film out and have some fun, just maybe don’t eat dinner while watching. Also, the book is available on Amazon as well. It has grittier details than the movie.
House of Tortured Souls would like to join Felissa and the rest of crew in dedicating this movie and review to Blake Heron. He played the intruder/rapist but many will remember him as Marty Preston from the 1996 kids film, Shiloh. Blake passed away in September of 2017. He was a beautiful person and an amazing actor. He will be missed.

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WiHM9 Blood Drive, PSA #20 – Blood Bride

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Today’s PSA comes to us from Michelle Romano.

Obligatory disclaimer (not that we need it, right Souls?):

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Without further ado, behold the wicked twentieth Blood Drive PSA of Women in Horror Month:

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Originally from Boston Massachusetts, Michelle Romano is an award winning Actress and Producer. Making her Directorial debut with this year’s Massive Blood Drive Campaign, “BLOOD BRIDE” stars Jennifer Jostyn (“House of 1000 Corpses”), Robert Catrini (“Jack Reacher: Never Go Back”), Heather Grace Hancock (“Wicked City”), Sarah French (“The Night Watchmen”), Renee Dorian (“The Funhouse Massacre”), Alice Ko (“Exposed”), and Corey Tourigny (“My Uncle John is a Zombie”). In the past, Romano joined forces with Patricia Chica in producing two of her PSA blood drive segments. She is thrilled to have this opportunity to direct her own this year!
Romano and Tourigny (writer of “BLOOD BRIDE”) produced this film in Los Angeles. “I am beyond humbled and thankful to all of the people who donated their time to this project, and to everyone who trusted me to direct them in this film. This whole process has been a dream come true for me, and I hope that there will be many more to come!”
Romano serves as an honorary board member for several Women Empowerment campaigns and strives to motivate and empower women in any way that she can. Her annual Roman Media Hollywood event (February), champions Women in Film and Diversity in Entertainment.
Romano is currently in pre-production on several feature film projects with her company, Roman Media.

ARTIST’S STATEMENT:

It is an absolute honor to be a part of the Women in Horror Massive Blood Drive Campaign. We are raising awareness for such an important cause, and what better way to spread this message, than by doing it while making horror movies!?” In the words of Jen and Sylvia Soska, “If we can inspire even a few people to start donating, what a difference that would make in the World.

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WiHM: Celebrating Women In Horror Month with Katt Shea

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Her first acting job on screen was as Rita in the TV movie The Asphalt Cowboy in 1980, and from then on, she acted in films like My Tutor, Scarface, Preppies, and Psycho III.

Buy Diazepam Online Uk 2013In 1987, Shea then stepped behind the camera and became the writer (alongside Andy Reuben) and director on her first film Stripped To Kill (which got a sequel two years later with Stripped To Kill 2: Live Girls). Stripped To Kill was a dramatic crime horror focused on the investigation of the death of a girl in a strip club and one detective’s need to go undercover as a stripper to solve the crime. It has an oddly beautiful mix of stripping and crime solving for the fans of 80s films.

She continued her directing career with another film about the world of strippers with the vampiric romp, Dance of the Damned and Streets (a film about runaways in Venice being hunted by a psychotic cop).

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Poison Ivy was so popular with audiences, it spawned three sequels with heavy female influences on either the script or direction each time.

Following the success of Poison Ivy, Shea’s next project was co-writing and directing the low budget Roger Corman produced made-for-television film Last Exit To Earth. This was a film, amidst their formidable friendship and filmmaking career and Corman has even stated in the past when interviewed regarding Shea:

She is a talented director. She’s particularly good with actors, having been an actress herself. She’s taught herself about the camera and has gotten better with each picture.

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Shea directed this enjoyable teen follow up to De Palma’s 1976 adaptation of Stephen King’s Carrie. The film even starred Amy Irving, who returned as Sue Snell for the second time and introduced the impressive Emily Bergl in her first film role.

Though Carrie 2: The Rage received mixed reviews, personally (as a fan of adaptations of King’s books) I can appreciate this film more than the 2002 remake with Angela Bettis.

Since beginning her career, Shea has always impressed others with her kindness and care. This has led to her career as an acting coach and has made a lucrative career as such by helping prepare new as well as established actors for roles within the industry. She has continued to sometimes make and act in films over the years and never regrets a moment of it.

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I like every single film I’ve ever made , I really do. Other people call them exploitation films, but to me what I was doing was never exploitative. I always had a strong point of view about my intention; it was never just to make money or to titillate or to horrify. I always had my purpose and I made those movies myself. I can’t imagine sitting around and trying to piece together elements that I think other people want to see. That would be so boring!
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WiHM9 Blood Drive, PSA #19 – The Red Death

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Today’s PSA comes to us from Mary Rangel.

Obligatory disclaimer (not that we need it, right Souls?):

DISCLAIMER: This IS Horror, boys and grrls, so SOME of these do have VERY naughty content. Blood. Gore. EXTREME gore. Disturbing situations. Nudity. Sexual situations. Violence. Language.
If you are SENSITIVE to this kind of content, be a mature human being and just don’t watch. No need to spoil the fun for us fellow weirdos. We’re not hurting anyone. It just REALLY looks like we are 😉

Without further ado, behold the wicked nineteenth Blood Drive PSA of Women in Horror Month:

The Red Death

By Mary Rangel

MINI BIO:

Mary Rangel is a young filmmaker from Southern California whose passion for the Horror genre spans throughout her work in the Haunt and Film industries. Alongside her team of amazing friends and boyfriend who share the same passion for the genre and to bring scary stories to life, she has written and directed a total of five short Horror films, including the latest, The Red Death, for WIHM Blood Drive PSA’s 2018. She is involved in many Horror/Sci-Fi projects in many roles including Hellevator Seasons 1 & 2, John Carpenter’s Utopian Façade Music Video, Into The Black short film, Mystic Cosmic Patrol, amongst many others.
The Red Death is a short horror film inspired by The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe. This is Mary’s favorite Poe tale and The Red Death is one of her favorite symbols in the genre. With that, it seems a perfect match to UNLEASH a tale of The Red Death imbued with witchcraft, cults, an Elizabeth Bathory inspired villain named Theda played by Sara Raftery and Rachael Tucker, terror, Love for the Horror genre and with the message to encourage people to donate blood. It is truly a wonderfully Sanguine Nightmare. The main team of production for the project consists of Mary Rangel (Writer/Director), Timothy Dennison (Producer), Natalie Molina (Script Supervisor/1st AD), Jenn Langley (Key Makeup/SPFX Artist), and Christopher Blake Hannan (Melodies of the Macabre Composer).
With an amazing cast including but not limited to Olivia Grace Morales as the lead/protagonist Pamela and Daisy Hydar as The Red Death, together they conquer the evil that is Theda. Hope you enjoy the story this team created together with the passion for the genre, have a wonderfully spooky time. Thank you and be sure to donate blood this month and save lives.

ARTIST’S STATEMENT:

There’s a certain magic that binds us Horror Fans together. Women in Horror Month is not only the time to appreciate the Scream Queens, Monster Makers, Haunters, and Filmmakers who contribute so much to our favorite Films, TV shows, Haunts, and much more within our favorite Genre. They do it with Passion, Skill, and Love for Horror and for the Things that Go Bump in the Night. Also, during Women In Horror Month, is the time we band together to bring light in our dark world the way we know best… by creating art within the Horror genre.
That is why my team and I am proud, excited and beyond grateful to be apart of The Twisted Twins’ Women in Horror Month Blood Drive PSAs as a Director for 2018. Blood is NECESSARY for us to live. Hospitals are always in need for blood, ESPECIALLY, during time of crisis. I was taught growing up, that donating blood is important to help others in need and save lives. With that, I have always loved the Saw Franchise’s campaign for blood donations in the past; Horror is such a perfect platform to encourage people to donate. There are SO MANY creative ways to do so. The Soskas have their amazing annual Blood Drive PSAs, bringing the Horror Community together, inspiring people to save lives by donating blood. Every year, they are always wonderfully sanguine and spooky.
This year we join the Soskas for the WIHM Blood Drive PSAs by creating The Red Death, which is inspired by The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe, the film by Roger Corman, and Lon Chaney’s portrayal of Erik as The Red Death in Phantom of the Opera. We give the tale a sanguine and wicked twist by bringing The Red Death plague to our time period and the story revolves around how people react and the choices they make with the pressure of death looming all around them. With the theme of, “Be a Hero”, for this year’s PSAs, even though there is ‘darkness and decay’ surrounding the characters… one can still rise above the evil that is festering out of desperation. I am beyond happy for you to watch our interpretation of the story and having The Red Death to be apart of the message to encourage Horror fans and viewers to donate blood. To have the amazing opportunity to create this PSA with friends who share the love and passion for the genre made the experience even better. It would not exist without the hard work and talent of the amazing people of the cast and crew. Be sure to Donate Blood TODAY, because Sara Raftery as Theda informs us in the PSA, ‘blood will save us all.’ Thank you for reading and watching. And have a wonderfully spooky day.

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WiHM9 Blood Drive, PSA #18 – Saviour

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Today’s PSA comes to us from Paddy Murphy.

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DISCLAIMER: This IS Horror, boys and grrls, so SOME of these do have VERY naughty content. Blood. Gore. EXTREME gore. Disturbing situations. Nudity. Sexual situations. Violence. Language.
If you are SENSITIVE to this kind of content, be a mature human being and just don’t watch. No need to spoil the fun for us fellow weirdos. We’re not hurting anyone. It just REALLY looks like we are 😉

Without further ado, behold the killer eighteenth Blood Drive PSA of Women in Horror Month:

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By Paddy Murphy

MINI BIO:

Paddy Murphy is an Irish film-maker known for his short films Cuppa, Retribution and The Sad Ones as well as the feature film, The Three Don’ts. Paddy comes to film with a background in video game development having spent years as the CEO of Ireland’s largest independent indigenous development company, Open Emotion Studios. Paddy is currently developing shorts for a variety of anthology feature films including Hex Media’s For We Are Many anthology, as well as starting work on his second feature film. Paddy co founded Celtic Badger Media with Barry Fahy, Aaron Walsh and Brian Clancy in 2016 and has been developing projects there ever since.

ARTIST’S STATEMENT:

When I required surgery in 2010 for the removal of an anomaly in my body, one of my biggest concerns was that my blood type was rare… AB Positive to be precise. So if anything happened to me, there may not be sufficient blood available. Due to this, I made a commitment to give blood whenever I could, to ensure that others with my blood type would never be stuck for a bit of plasma. Whether your blood type is rare or normal, please donate regularly to ensure that people will always have a fighting chance of surviving the worst. Thank you. And massive thanks to the Soska Sisters for this fantastic movement, which encourages the bloodletting in a fun, artistic way!
The other reason this event is so important is that it supports and empowers women in horror. This movement is super important, especially in the wake of the numerous assaults against women in the industry continue to come to light.
Highlighting powerful female directors, actors and crew is essential in making the environment more tolerant and less toxic and is the only way this industry can progress forward.

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Writer/Director: Paddy Murphy
Producers: Paddy Murphy, Barry Fahy.
Editor & DOP: Barry Fahy.
Music: Evan Murphy.
Production Designer: Kathy Murphy
Assistant Director & Casting: Courtney Mckeon.
BTS Stills: Stephen Tubridy.
BTS Video & DIT: Aaron Walsh.
SFX Makeup & Creature Design: Bekki Tubridy.
SFX Assistant: Shona McMahon.
Sound Op: Luke O Doherty.
Sound Mix: Paddy Murphy.
Assistant Camera: Andrew Moore.
Colour Grade: Barry Fahy

Starring:
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Special Thanks: Jen and Sylvia Soska

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WiHM9 Blood Drive, PSA #17 – Blood Hero

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Today’s PSA comes to us from Gata Muerta, Jena Jaworski, and Stitch Mays.

Obligatory disclaimer (not that we need it, right Souls?):

DISCLAIMER: This IS Horror, boys and grrls, so SOME of these do have VERY naughty content. Blood. Gore. EXTREME gore. Disturbing situations. Nudity. Sexual situations. Violence. Language.
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By Gata Muerta, Jena Jaworski, & Stitch Mays

MINI BIO, TWINNABLEZILLA PRODUCTIONS:

After having met through the Soska sisters’ fandom and
inseparable ever since, Stitch Mays and Jena Jaworski joined together to form Twinnablezilla Productions. Later they welcomed Gata Muerta to their team. With a mutual love and appreciation for the genre, Twinnablezilla Productions aims to make a scream and create horror to bring people together.
At the heart of Twinnablezilla Productions is Stitch, born May 20th, 2000 and a resident of Greenville, Texas, and Jena, born August 30th, 1988, and a resident of Buffalo, NY. Inspired to break the molds and explore horror in his own way, Stitch tributes his inspiration to be a filmmaker to the Soska Sisters and their films.
The first recruit Stitch and Jena brought to Twinnablezilla Productions was Gata, born August 13, 1967, and a resident of California. Gata has a long-lived history of writing and playing music,started when she was fifteen years old.
From Nowich,Connecticut, Lauren Pearce was born March 16, 1999. It’s a mixture between cinematography and paranormal investigations she is trying to make a career out of.

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Editor: Lauren Pearce
Directors: Gata Muerta, Jena Jaworski, and Stitch Mays
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Writers: Jena Jaworski and Stitch Mays

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WiHM9 Blood Drive, PSA #16 – Inner Turmoil

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This PSA comes to us from Vicky Tori Ella and Jasmine Martinez.

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DISCLAIMER: This IS Horror, boys and grrls, so SOME of these do have VERY naughty content. Blood. Gore. EXTREME gore. Disturbing situations. Nudity. Sexual situations. Violence. Language.
If you are SENSITIVE to this kind of content, be a mature human being and just don’t watch. No need to spoil the fun for us fellow weirdos. We’re not hurting anyone. It just REALLY looks like we are 😉

And without further ado, behold the wicked sixteenth Blood Drive PSA of Women in Horror Month:

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By Vicky Tori Ella & Jasmine Martinez

MINI BIO, VICKY TORI ELLA:

Vicky has been a writer since the age of 5, she watched her first horror movie at 6 and fell in love with Freddy Krueger. She had her mid-life crisis at 18, she doesn’t have any children and she’s not married. She believes that deep down we are all writers, as we are all storytellers. We’re all currently writing our own stories, adding to those blank pages.
Together with her film partner, Jasmine Martinez, she runs the production company Rare Deviant Productions.

MINI BIO, JASMINE MARTINEZ:

Jasmine is a crazy Puerto Rican Swedish girl straight out of New Jersey who loves all things horror. She has a soft spot for Splatter and occult movies. She is the co-host of Bitches of Horror and also the proof reader for the independent underground gore magazine, “Goregasmic”. Also a huge fan of games, music and movies in general.

ARTIST’S STATEMENT, VICKY TORI ELLA:

Helping others has always been a priority of mine, even if that forces me to go out of my comfort zone. For example, I’m terrified of needles, but when you know you could help save a life by donating your blood, the outcome is so much greater than your fears.
Here’s the thing, you get what you put out, therefore it’s important to just be a decent fucking human being, which sounds easy enough, yet the world lacks kindness. It lacks people who put out good energy. And by doing good to others, you automatically bring out the best in yourself. Never unscrew other people’s lightbulbs in order for you to shine. Always pay it forward. You may not be thanked with words, but regardless, you will feel it in your heart. However you decide to make a change in this world, whatever your passion may be and wherever on our planet you leave your footprints, do so with kindness and pride and your head held high.

ARTIST’S STATEMENT, JASMINE MARTINEZ:

I’ve been terrible at donating blood because of my phobia for needles. But when I was pregnant I learned not only that my blood-type was super important to people but I learned how to stand up to my fear and take those goddamn needles anyways. Now is the time that I and everyone else who’s had some sort of bad excuse stand up and go Donate blood.

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Movie Review: Red Krokodil

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In Domiziano Cristopharo’s film Red Krokodil, the viewer observes a man (played by Brock Madson) wrestle with an addiction to the incredibly detrimental drug krokodil. Now, krokodil is a desomorphine and is made through a process similar to the process to make meth and is made up of codeine, hydrochloric acid, and red phosphorus to name a few. It received the name krokodil for the effects that it has upon the user, particularly at the injection sites where one’s skin turns green and takes on a scaly hue. Add to that an effect similar to necrotizing of the flesh and severe internal damage, and krokodil is one of the more lethal drugs in the world.

With these facts in mind, I shall dive into the beautiful and haunting world of Red Krokodil. Set in a post-nuclear city in Russia, the viewer is introduced to Madson’s character from the outset and the first impression of him is rather tragic because you find him with his hands, elbows, and knees wrapped in bandages and he is dressed in some rather ratty underwear. Long unkempt hair and what is certainly rather questionable hygiene and we are introduced to someone in the brutal throes of drug addiction. As the film progresses, we get to experience this man’s hallucinations and at points his personal self-loathing. The entire film undergoes a constant narration with Madson’s voice talking about why he does what he does, even though he even comments at one point that he wishes that he would stop with the injections of krokodil.

Order Valium Online AustraliaOne thing to take note of in this film is Domiziano Cristopharo’s phenomenal direction and cinematography in showing both the visual damage that krokodil has done to this man and in how through the cinematography, Cristopharo shows the internal damage that this drug exacts upon the mind. From hallucinations to even a lucid scene where Madson has a very intimate interaction with himself whilst in bed, we see his mind deteriorate at a pace that is both equal and even worse than his physical deterioration. The physical damage that krokodil did to the body is shown in an unflinchingly fearless manner. As the film progresses and this deterioration becomes more and more obvious, the man unwraps the bandages from his body and picks away at the flesh as it just falls off. Even skin peels away as if it was just an extra layer of clothing.

Ordering Valium From OverseasJust like those layers of skin and flesh, this is a very full-bodied film with a multiplicity of layers that demand one give the film multiple viewings. I am still processing everything I saw in the film and I am doing my best to avoid spoilers so that readers might go and see the film without knowing how the story unfolds. I can happily say that I will rewatch this film again and again. Gratefully, I’ve had the pleasure to converse with Domiziano Cristopharo directly concerning Red Krokodil and how it came to be! Discussing the film directly with Cristopharo he informed me that at the time, he was not happy in life and decided to quit filmmaking. Instead, he harnessed those feelings and began a trilogy signifying a journey from light to sadness and solitude. Red Krokodil is the purgatory aspect of his trilogy with Dark Waves being the paradise and Doll Syndrome being the hell. In addition, he informed me of how instead of quitting filming, he just needed a change in how he made films. For 8 months, Cristopharo couldn’t find an actor until Brock Madson came along, who after one sees the film can recognize is the perfect choice for the role.

In addition, it turned out that Madson had wrestled with drug addiction in the form of meth. So for them both, along with this being a journey, as Cristopharo put it, it was a way for them to exorcise their demons. Overall, I highly recommend this film, and give it 5 out of 5 stars!

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MOVIE REVIEW: Hellraiser: Judgment (2018) [SPOILERS]

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Writer/Director: Gary J. Tunnicliffe; Stars: Damon Carney, Randy Wayne, Alexandra Harris, Heather Langenkamp, Paul T. Taylor, Gary J. Tunnicliffe; Rating: N/A; Run Time: 81 min; Genre: Horror; Country: USA; Language: English; Year: 2018

Buy Genuine Valium Online UkWhen I first heard rumors of Hellraiser: Judgment, I was excited. Then I learned that Doug Bradley wouldn’t be in it. Again. My expectations dropped. While better than the ninth installment, it still falls short of what Hellraiser fans want and doesn’t even come close to capturing the feel of the first three. That said, it might have been a decent movie had it not tried to shoehorn itself into the Hellraiser universe.

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Buy Valium MastercardThe one aspect that is interesting is the depiction of Hell, God, and the afterlife, but these do not necessarily align with the actual Hellraiser universe. In this movie, we learn that God is “in on it” in that He allows evil to exist for without it, man cannot know true evil. This has long been speculated regarding both the Christian God as well as other “creators”, but the Hell of the Hellraiser universe is widely accepted as being an extra dimension rather than the biblical Hell, making this something outside of the mythology. While it is an admirable attempt to expand the universe, it ultimately doesn’t work because it goes too far astray from Clive Barker’s original universe. I would like to see this in an original, non-Hellraiser film, but such a film would definitely be compared to the Hellraiser series without radical changes.

Buy Generic Valium 10MgThe effects in Hellraiser: Judgment are solid, which is to be expected from someone who worked as closely with Hellraiser as Gary Tunnicliffe did, but effects alone do not make a good movie. Moreover, they tried far too hard to cram in the Hellraiser universe, even going so far as to repeat lines and duplicate items from previous Hellraiser movies. This, more than anything, felt forced rather than natural. The acting is competent but not spectacular, and Pinhead has little to do with the movie beyond tying it to the franchise. All in all, Hellraiser: Judgment is not a bad movie, but it’s also not a good movie. To be fair, Barker set the bar pretty high, and I applaud the attempt to bring something new to the mythology, but I wish Tunnicliffe had stayed closer to the source material and brought back the original (and only) Pinhead – Doug Bradley.

Final verdict: 4/10 claw marks, worth a watch but, as Mom used to say, nothing to write home about

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WiHM9 Blood Drive, PSA #15 – TWINPOOL

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Greetings and happy Valentine’s Day, Souls! It’s the fifteenth PSA of Women in Horror Month, and House of Tortured Souls is proud to present the next entry in this year’s Women in Horror Month Blood Drive.

Thiss PSA comes to us from Lauro Chartrand and The Soska Sisters.

Obligatory disclaimer (not that we need it, right Souls?):

DISCLAIMER: This IS Horror, boys and grrls, so SOME of these do have VERY naughty content. Blood. Gore. EXTREME gore. Disturbing situations. Nudity. Sexual situations. Violence. Language.
If you are SENSITIVE to this kind of content, be a mature human being and just don’t watch. No need to spoil the fun for us fellow weirdos. We’re not hurting anyone. It just REALLY looks like we are 😉
ALSO this IS A PARODY. For CHARITY. No spoilers. Watch this yourself like a billion fucking times. You’re welcome.

And without further ado, behold the incredible fifteenth Blood Drive PSA of Women in Horror Month:

TWINPOOL

By Lauro Chartrand & The Soska Sisters

MINI BIO, LAURO CHARTRAND:

Lauro has close to three decades of experience in the film industry. Starting his career as a stunt performer and coordinator and then 2nd unit Directing. He has worked with some of Hollywood’s biggest action stars, including Tom Cruise, Mel Gibson, Jackie Chan, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis and Chuck Norris. Influenced by directors such as Tony Scott, Guy Ritchie, and Luc Besson.
Capitalizing on this strong foundation in the action genre, Lauro steadily moved his way up to directing TV and feature films. Most recently he completed his 4th film as director, the dramatic MOW thriller for Lifetime, “One Small Indiscretion”. Currently, Lauro is immersed in his next film venture, which he wrote, is producing and directing – the Western Thriller entitled “Crimson Creek”. The Genre in which I wish to work in: Action/Adventure/Horror – Features & TV
My Last 3 credits: One Small Indiscretion, Blackburn Asylum, and Born To Raise Hell. TV – 3 episodes of True Justice

MINI BIO, THE SOSKA SISTERS:

The Soska Sisters are Canadian twin badasses who didn’t like what they saw in the entertainment industry and took it upon themselves to fix it. After initially setting out to be actresses and finding themselves auditioning for too many stereotypical roles, they decided to create their own film with empowered female characters, a film that would change the indie scene forever, DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK. Content with being outsiders, they followed up their grindhouse hit with the stylized, body modification tale, AMERICAN MARY, which cemented their place as a pair to be watched. Always ones to break new ground and keep audiences guessing, they went on to become the first female directors hired by the WWE and resurrected the SEE NO EVIL 2 franchise with WWE Superstar Kane and followed it up with VENDETTA which turned heart throb Dean Cain into a vengeful cop turned convict hellbent on bringing down WWE’s The Big Show. Huge personalities on and off camera, this dynamic duo captured the attention of Blumhouse and followed in the hostessing footsteps of their heroine Elvira to host their survival horror game show, Hellevator. And while the two seek to create better and more diversified roles for women in entertainment, their strong and vocal support for causes of gender equality and LGBTQ rights is just one facet of their filmmaking careers.

ARTIST’S STATEMENT:

For the love of God go donate some fucking blood, please and thank you. People are dying without it and you’ll probably need some some day or someone you love will so go be a hero. Save some lives. Do good. After all, it’s in you to give.

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WiHM9 Blood Drive, PSA #14 – Donor

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Greetings and happy fourteenth PSA of Women in Horror Month, Souls! House of Tortured Souls is proud to present the next entry in this year’s Women in Horror Month Blood Drive.

Today’s PSA comes to us from Atropa Films.

Once again, here’s the obligatory disclaimer (not that we need it, right Souls?):

DISCLAIMER: This IS Horror, boys and grrls, so SOME of these do have VERY naughty content. Blood. Gore. EXTREME gore. Disturbing situations. Nudity. Sexual situations. Violence. Language.
If you are SENSITIVE to this kind of content, be a mature human being and just don’t watch. No need to spoil the fun for us fellow weirdos. We’re not hurting anyone. It just REALLY looks like we are 😉

And without further ado, behold the awesome fourteenth Blood Drive PSA of Women in Horror Month:

Donor

By Atropa Films

MINI BIO:


Atropa Films is a an Edmonton-based independent filmmaking collective putting a queer gaze on genre films. With a shared lifelong love of horror movies and backgrounds in various artistic disciplines, our team brings queer visibility, narratives, and representation to all of our films both on and off screen. We aim to bring a voice and narrative focus that has been glaringly absent from many subgenres of horror, blending what we love about genre cinema with queer perspectives and storytelling.

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ARTIST’S STATEMENT:

We are so excited to be involved in this year’s blood drive because horror and blood donation are two things we are very passionate about – a number of our crew members are actually students of or currently working in health sciences. Some of us can’t donate blood at this time due to various restrictions and ineligibilities, so we hope that taking part in this project will help bring awareness to those who can. We also want to use this platform as an opportunity to remind everyone that Canada still has incredibly archaic laws around blood donation that prevent many people we love from donating. Men, as well as trans women, who have sex with men are not allowed to donate blood without first meeting strict requirements that are not feasible for many. During the last Canadian federal election campaign, Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party stated that they “will bring an end to the discriminatory ban” as “this policy ignores scientific evidence.”* Please get in touch with your MP and encourage them to push for an end to the stigmatizing blood donation ban so that more of our friends and community members can be heroes as well.

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WiHM9 Blood Drive, PSA #13 –  Haemo Eradication Services

WiHM9 Blood Drive, PSA #13 – Haemo Eradication Services

Salutations and happy thirteenth PSA of Women in Horror Month, Souls! House of Tortured Souls is proud to present the next entry in this year’s Women in Horror Month Blood Drive.

Today’s PSA comes to us from Angela Nolan & Martyn Fleetwood.

As always, here’s the obligatory disclaimer (not that we need it, right Souls?):

DISCLAIMER: This IS Horror, boys and grrls, so SOME of these do have VERY naughty content. Blood. Gore. EXTREME gore. Disturbing situations. Nudity. Sexual situations. Violence. Language.
If you are SENSITIVE to this kind of content, be a mature human being and just don’t watch. No need to spoil the fun for us fellow weirdos. We’re not hurting anyone. It just REALLY looks like we are 😉

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By Angela Nolan & Martyn Fleetwood

MINI BIOs:


HOWACEY Productions was created by Martyn Fleetwood and Angela Nolan in England in 2017. To date they’ve made a horror-themed quiz show, an American Mary swede, and an entry for the 2018 Massive Blood Drive PSA. There are other shorts in the planning stages, all in the horror genre, and plans to release table-top game play videos so they can use their YouTube channel to combine their passions for both horror films and board games.
Martyn is an IT nerd and Angela is an English nut who lives to correct Martyn’s typos. They both enjoy cosplay at Comic-Con and film festivals although it’s still undecided who pulled off Harley Quinn the best.

ARTIST’S STATEMENT:

The Blood Drive PSA is particularly important to Angela as she can no longer donate blood for
medical reasons so she was happy to have the opportunity to encourage others to donate.

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Atroz: A Look Inside One of the Most Disturbed Films in History [SPOILERS]

Atroz: A Look Inside One of the Most Disturbed Films in History [SPOILERS]

Translated into English, atroz means atrocious, and that is exactly what we get out of Lex Ortega’s film Atroz. Set in Mexico and beginning with the police arresting two men who while driving drunk ran over a girl and killed her, one of the officers finds a camcorder. The film switches to found footage of the two men stalking a transvestite prostitute. It needs to be noted here that this film pulls no punches whatsoever. You quickly find out watching the footage these two deviants created that they are both incredibly hateful. Once they can get her alone, they knock her out and take her to a storage unit where they begin to torture her.

Atroz (2015)This is where I began to realize that this film wasn’t joking with its title being Atrocious. First, the men brutally beat this woman to the point that her face is just an unrecognizable mess of blood and gore. Whilst plenty of films have brutal beatings, Ortega takes it to a much more personal level by strapping the camera to the wrist of the man beating the prostitute. It will certainly make your stomach curl some when you see and hear the impact of the punches. Pausing at points, the men make sure to wipe the blood off the camera so that they can continue clearly filming every punch.

Atroz (2015)The sadism of these two deviants takes another turn when one of them takes out a pocket knife and slashes open one of the transvestite’s breasts pulling what seems to be silicone out of it. Certainly a nice toe-curler and, one might say, unique. Of course their depravity knows no bounds and to further torment the woman, one man unzips his pants and urinates over the open gash where her breast once was. While part of me wishes that I could say that this is the most extreme and fucked up that this film gets, I would be completely wrong.

Before continuing on, I must say that I found the approach that Ortega used to tell his story rather refreshing. After the camcorder is found, the film switches between the footage that the police continue to find throughout their investigation back to the present to show us how the police are handling the two deviants in question. Apparently, after the first tape, the police decided to treat these individuals like they had treated their victim, and the police begin to torture the two criminals.

Atroz (2015)Fast forward a bit and we hit the point that I think raises it to be one of the most extreme films to date. Finding another videotape, we watch as a father assaults his teenage son for being a homosexual. This quickly escalates to the father throwing his son down on the bed and anally raping him in front of his wife and daughter. At this point, after a few minutes of this act of sodomy, the footage skips to another point where the son has recovered and to say he’s angry would be an understatement. Beating his father and holding him at gunpoint, the son forces his mother to wear a strap-on dildo that is wrapped in barbed wire. The cinematography gets interesting at this point as we get to experience this boy force his mother to sodomize his father to death. The reason that I say it gets interesting is the point of view is switched to the strap-on as it begins to tear through the father’s anal and rectal cavities.

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There are certainly other atrocities to be seen in Atroz, but for me to reveal all of them to you, the reader, would be an injustice if you ever do decide to take the plunge and watch this film. As a fan of the extreme, I must say that Atroz shocked, disgusted, and even outraged me at points. The brutality alone certainly earns it the adage of being the goriest film in Mexico. Due to all of the things I mentioned, I would probably be remiss if I did not warn anyone who desires to view Atroz that it is not a film that you will quickly forget. In fact, it will ingrain itself upon your mind and soul. All of that having been said though, IF you have the stomach for it, watch it and let me know what you think. I’ll certainly be viewing it again!

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WiHM: The Women of Martyrs (2008) [SPOILERS]

WiHM: The Women of Martyrs (2008) [SPOILERS]

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I wanted to write a piece on the women of Martyrs for Women in Horror Month. It’s my favorite movie, and I thought it would be really easy to write about but as it turns out, it wasn’t, because although I feel all the women deserve recognition there is one who is far more important to me than the others.

I’d like to point out a couple of quick things before we proceed, first of all this is intended for those who have already watched the film so if you haven’t yet (my god! Why the hell not? Please stop what you’re doing and watch it this instant!), this will definitely spoil it for you. Second, this is about Pascal Laugier’s 2008 version not the American abomination that came out in 2016. Last, I’m choosing to focus more on one character, but that is not to say that they all weren’t well acted and worthy of praise. Now, with that out of the way, let us continue.

Martyrs (2008)There are four main women of importance in this film, each with a different story to tell. All their stories are flawlessly woven together and one cannot exist without the other. Where the tendrils of each story latch onto the next, they also snuff out the previous story in succession. As Lucie’s (Mylène Jampanoï) story intersects with Anna’s (Morjana Alaoui), it ultimately leads to the untimely death of Anna. When Anna meets Sarah (Emilie Miskdjian), emaciated with metal bolted into her body, nothing more than a shell, her death too is imminent and it prompts the introduction of the Mademoiselle (Catherine Béginand the death of both Sarah and Anna. Finally, the death of Anna leads to the death of Mademoiselle. A perfect clockwork orange. Though each woman has a role, Mademoiselle is arguably the most important character and the bow that neatly ties it all together. Without her, we have nothing more than the polished Hollywood turd that is the American version. A bland, watered-down, meaningless piece of cinema intended to placate the plebs.

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Catherine Bégin as Mademoiselle in Martyrs (2008)Mademoiselle is the key to everything, without her you have a torture porn, with her, the suffering you just endured alongside Anna is given meaning. Her character leaves you questioning your entire existence and makes all the violence beautiful and poignant. Mademoiselle was pivotal to Anna’s transcendence into martyrdom and was privy to whatever it was that Anna whispered. Of course, you should hate Mademoiselle, but I’ll go on record to say that she is my favorite fictional character to ever grace the silver screen. No movie death was more traumatic or terrifying than hers. It was so final, and then we’re left in the dark wondering… what did she say? No monster or serial killer has stripped my life of its values and kept me awake at night wondering why.

So thank you, Catherine Begin, for your portrayal of Mademoiselle. Simply Brilliant. I humbly salute you for your contribution to horror.

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WiHM9 Blood Drive, PSA #12 – Bitch

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Good Sunday evening and happy twelvth PSA of Women in Horror Month, Souls! House of Tortured Souls is proud to present the next entry in this year’s Women in Horror Month Blood Drive.

Today’s PSA comes to us from Stephanie Dugan of Cleveland, OH.

As always, here’s the obligatory disclaimer (not that we need it, right Souls?):

DISCLAIMER: This IS Horror, boys and grrls, so SOME of these do have VERY naughty content. Blood. Gore. EXTREME gore. Disturbing situations. Nudity. Sexual situations. Violence. Language.
If you are SENSITIVE to this kind of content, be a mature human being and just don’t watch. No need to spoil the fun for us fellow weirdos. We’re not hurting anyone. It just REALLY looks like we are 😉
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By Stephanie Dugan

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Cast:

Elena Sanchez – THE BITCH
Eric S. Grow – THE CREEP

Crew:

Tom Stumpf – GEAR GUY – he brought the lights and sound equipment
Kristine Gallagher – BLOOD GIRL – she brought the blood and made the heart

ABOUT THE CAST & CREW:

The crew and I met at Cleveland State University while we were working towards our degree in film. We had so much fun in class, running around the city meeting new people, flashing our student IDs to shoot anywhere we wanted and making movies. Elena and I know each other from high school and she has always believed in my ideas and dreams. I met Eric during the annual 48 Hour Film Shootout, which I wrote and ran camera for.

MINI BIO, STEPHANIE DUGAN:

I am born, bred, surviving and thriving in Cleveland, OH. I graduated from Cleveland State University with a bachelor’s in Film, however I’ve been writing and shooting spooky movies since I was 9. My ultimate goal is to travel the world garnering inspiration from abandoned places where there was once a bit of humanity. I love all kinds of horror but am particular to all things satanic, depraved or full of classic monster tropes/allegory. I am constantly writing screenplays and dreaming up degenerate ways to scare an audience. I am currently in the pre-production phase of a film surrounding a cult and I’m trying to put together the necessary people and tools on a non-existent budget. I am also in the treatment phase of a werewolf film. I LOVE werewolves and they are completely under appreciated, in my opinion. I am someone who is intimately involved in every part of the film making process, even one of my favorite parts, everyone’s favorite part-craft services. I feel as a women, living at the cusp of the poverty line, you have to be, 110% closely involved, in order to be taken seriously and to make sure that your vision is fully realized and properly executed. I own and run Late October Productions which is a Cleveland-based film and photography studio. My lifestyle is horror, always has, always will be.

ARTIST’S STATEMENT:

Blood donating is important to me because I’m aware of just how important it is for those who need last minute saving. The only incentive there is to donate, is the desire to help a stranger in need. You can be giving your blood to a child, an old lady, a mother, a teacher, a priest, a janitor, an artist anyone. Blood is humanity’s bonding lifeline, we all have it and we all can give it to save others. There are some people out there whose life depends on blood donations. A great way to make an impact is to donate blood and truly save someone’s life. Who knows you can always end up on the receiving end some day.

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MOVIE REVIEW: What We Do in the Shadows (2014)

MOVIE REVIEW: What We Do in the Shadows (2014)

Directors: Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi; Writers: Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi; Stars: Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi, Jonny Brugh, Cori Gonzalez-Macuer, Ben Fransham; Rating: R; Run Time: 86 min; Genre: Comedy, Horror; Country: New Zealand; Language: English; Year: 2014

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What We Do in the Shadows is probably the most original horror-comedy released in the last decade and is definitely my favorite. Presented as a documentary, What We Do in the Shadows follows the lives of four vampires who share a flat in Wellington, New Zealand, in the months leading up to the yearly celebration of undead known as The Unholy Masquerade. If you haven’t seen it, you should do so as soon as you finish reading. You won’t regret it.

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In perfect mockumentary form, the film begins with a title card from the “New Zealand Documentary Board” and an explanation of the nature of the “documentary” before moving into the action. Viago (Taika Waititi), the 379-year-old defacto leader of the group, is the first vampire introduced as he wakes to his dusk alarm. As Viago wakes his flatmates, we are introduced to Deacon (Jonny Brugh) – the 183-year-old bad boy of the group, Vladislav (Jemaine Clement) – an 862-year-old former tyrant known as “Vladislav the Poker, and Petyr (Ben Fransham) – an 8,000-year-old Nosferatuesque vampire who spends most of his time alone or in his stone crypt in the basement. We are then treated to a vampire flat meeting to discuss chores, a scene that both establishes the personalities of the vampires and dynamics of the group, as well as the type of humor that viewers can expect throughout the rest of the film.

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What We Do in the Shadows plays on traditional vampire tropes – the fear and danger of sunlight, shapeshifting, hypnosis, the lack of reflection in mirrors, and the need for human blood – but combines them with traditional roommate issues in a wholly unique and hilarious manner. We follow them as they go out on the town, acquire another flatmate (thanks to Petyr), make friends with a human, interact with werewolves, learn of technological advances that can benefit them, deal with vampire hunters, and, finally, attend The Unholy Masquerade.

Viago wakes Petyr in What We Do in the Shadows (2014)

Viago wakes Petyr

With What We Do in the Shadows, Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi have created a unique horror comedy that becomes funnier with each viewing. The attention to detail, direction, music, cinematography, and acting are all top notch. Following its success, Clement and Waititi have announced a sequel that will focus on werewolves living in Wellington, New Zealand, and will be called We’re Wolves (formerly titled What We Do in the Moonlight). IMDb lists this project as in development, and I can’t wait to see what they produce. In addition, late 2016 brought news of a New Zealand TV spin-off project called Paranormal Event Response Unit (or Paranormal Unit) and late 2017 brought news of an American TV spin-off called Wellington Paranormal. Both will be X-Files type comedies following Officers Minogue (Mike Minogue) and O’Leary (Karen O’Leary) as they investigate supernatural happenings in the town of Wellington, New Zealand. Fans of What We Do in the Shadows will recognize Minogue and O’Leary as the officers who investigate a disturbance at the vampires’ flat. Not too shabby for a horror comedy mockumentary.

What We Do in the Shadows is available now on Amazon Prime, so catch it now if you get the chance. Check back with House of Tortured Souls for more information on We’re Wolves as we get it.

Vladislav has a succubus orgy in What We Do in the Shadows (2014)

Vladislav’s succubus orgy

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Will You Venture Into The Woods Once You See The RItual (2017)?

Will You Venture Into The Woods Once You See The RItual (2017)?

The Ritual (2017)New to Netflix and only seen prior at its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, comes The Ritual.

Cast of The RItual (2017) at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival / Image: Ian Goring for TIFF Midnight Madness

Cast of The RItual (2017) at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival / Image: Ian Goring for TIFF Midnight Madnesss

Within its modest 94 minute run time, David Bruckner has directed a mesmerizing forest freak show within his film The Ritual.

The script is superbly written by Joe Barton and guides us as we dive into this unfamiliar, and at times downright bizarre, cinematic adaptation of British writer Adam Nevill’s novel.

A group of four men – Luke, Hutch, Phil, and Dom – suffer the loss of their fifth group member Rob.

Luke and Rob experience a store robbery gone wrong and it is clear early on following these events that Luke is wrestling with the choices he made.

Feeling guilty for not trying to step in and disarm Rob’s killers, Luke relives the moment throughout the film in strange, twisted nightmares.

Rafe Spall (Shaun of the Dead, Green Street Hooligans, Prometheus, Dracula (2006)), son of Timothy Spall, leads the film as Luke. We feel his hurt and pangs of guilt so sorrowfully that we empathize with his plight from the start.

Luke’s friend Dom is played by Sam Troughton (AVP, Spirit Trap), grandson of Patrick Troughton. Troughton flicks brilliantly from helpless to heartless throughout the film. At times we sympathize, like when he is injured, but at others, we see him as uncaring and cold.

The Ritual (2017)Phil is played by Arsher Ali (Wallander, The Missing, Doctor Who) and at times, Phil just goes with the flow or reluctantly accepts the role of leader of the group, yet at others, he amazingly shows us a confused fear that is unmissable.

Last is Hutch, played by Rob James-Collier (Downton Abbey, Shameless, Coronation Street). Hutch is the most understanding of Luke’s plight. He is forgiving and caring and naturally tries to lead his friends to safety.

As the four men travel to Sweden and hold a private memorial for Rob on a breathtaking hillside, it is following this beautiful ceremony that things take an ugly turn.

One by one the guys become confused. Lost in each own’s horrifying nightmares and flittering between the forest and an isolated cabin, like a strange Blair Witch-like rollercoaster, the foursome dwindle in numbers as a small odd community begin their Nordic ritual for the Jotunn.

Will they all escape? Who will come out of the woods today?

Sam Troughton, Rafe Spall, Robert James-Collier, and Arsher Ali in The Ritual (2017)

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WiHM9 Blood Drive, PSA #11 – Sammy

WiHM9 Blood Drive, PSA #11 – Sammy

Good evening, Souls, and happy eleventh PSA of Women in Horror Month! House of Tortured Souls is proud to present the next entry in this year’s Women in Horror Month Blood Drive.

Today’s PSA comes to us from returning Canadian writer, director, editor, producer, and actor Aleah Anseth.

As always, here’s the obligatory disclaimer (not that we need it, right Souls?):

DISCLAIMER: This IS Horror, boys and grrls, so SOME of these do have VERY naughty content. Blood. Gore. EXTREME gore. Disturbing situations. Nudity. Sexual situations. Violence. Language.
If you are SENSITIVE to this kind of content, be a mature human being and just don’t watch. No need to spoil the fun for us fellow weirdos. We’re not hurting anyone. It just REALLY looks like we are 😉

And without further ado, behold the amazing eleventh Blood Drive PSA of Women in Horror Month:

Sammy

By Aleah Anseth

MINI BIO:

Aleah Anseth is a filmmaker residing in Saskatchewan, Canada. She studied her craft in Vancouver, British Columbia where she produced, directed, and wrote multiple independent projects. Currently, Aleah has her own media company FRAGMENT MEDIA where her and her fiance use their skills as photographers and video professionals. Aleah continues to write and create independent film projects and hopes to run her own production company one day.
https://www.fragmentmedia.ca/

ARTIST’S STATEMENT:

When Jen and Sylvia asked to me to partake in their WHIM project again I was extremely humbled, nervous, but excited. It’s such a great way to test out my resources and creativity while bringing attention to such an important cause. As blood donations decline, I really hope having a month dedicated to bringing attention to this issue, we will see some brave people rolling up their sleeves, being a hero and saving lives.

Remember, Souls, there’ll be a new PSA every day up to and including 1 March 2018, and please check out the Valium Where To Buy for more on Women in Horror Month.

Check out the other PSAs:

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MOVIE REVIEW: The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) [SPOILERS]

MOVIE REVIEW: The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) [SPOILERS]

Cloverfield Space Station in The Cloverfield Paradox (2018)Director: Justin Onah; Writers: Oren Uziel, Doug Jung (Story by); Stars: Gugu Mbatha Raw, Chris O’Dowd, David Oyelowo, Daniel Bruhl, Ziyi Zhang, Roger Davies, Elizabeth Debicki; Rating: TV-MA; Run Time: 102 min; Genre: Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi; Country: USA; Language: English; Year: 2018

Netflix blew all our nerd minds when they announced The Cloverfield Paradox would drop right after the Super Bowl. Everybody was excited to see where the series would go and if, indeed, it would be a more direct sequel than the brilliant but not very connected 10 Cloverfield Lane. The Cloverfield Paradox is set in the near future where energy is scarce and a ragtag group of astronauts tries desperately to resolve the problem but, of course, only makes things worse. What audiences get is a mixed bag. On the one crawling hand, you have an enjoyable eye candy sci-fi flick but it really doesn’t do justice in terms of the Cloverfield franchise (such as it is).

The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) conspiracy theoristAt times, The Cloverfield Paradox is awkward and falls back on contrived space clichés, and the exposition is a bit clunky. The plot literally is summed up by a character at the beginning of the film. It can get a bit heavy-handed and uses the paradox/multiverse to “explain” away some pretty big leaps of logic even for a sci-fi film. What saved the film was that it fully embraced its own plot for better or worse and also injected some much-needed levity to keep things from getting too depressing. Chris O’Dowd seems to exist solely for comedic moments which is just fine by me. The somewhat disjointed plot is also anchored by some great performances.

Aksel Hennie as Voilkov in The Cloverfield ParadoxAs a middle-of-the-road fun sci-fi film, its good. You know the kind – it’s enjoyable to watch on a lazy Sunday while you’re still hung over. And forgive me if I might sound like a screaming fanboy, but as a Cloverfield movie, it just doesn’t cut it. Rumor has it the film was not meant to be a part of the franchise but was rather repacked with the infamous monster added in after the fact. After watching it, that seems plausible. My problem – and I think what other fans took issue with this – is that the Cloverfield element felt tacked on rather than an integral part of the film that would give the audience a true sequel to the modern classic monster film. At the end of the day, The Cloverfield Paradox is a flawed but very watchable movie despite its writing problems, but as a third entry in the canon, it sadly doesn’t live up to what audiences wanted or expected.

Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Ava Hamilton in The Cloverfield Paradox (2018)

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WiHM9 Blood Drive, PSA #10 – My Father, My Hero

WiHM9 Blood Drive, PSA #10 – My Father, My Hero

Greetings and salutations! Happy tenth PSA of Women in Horror Month, Souls! House of Tortured Souls is proud to present the next entry in this year’s Women in Horror Month Blood Drive.

Today’s PSA comes to us from Andrew Hass and Kynda Laufmann.

As always, here’s the obligatory disclaimer (not that we need it, right Souls?):

DISCLAIMER: This IS Horror, boys and grrls, so SOME of these do have VERY naughty content. Blood. Gore. EXTREME gore. Disturbing situations. Nudity. Sexual situations. Violence. Language.
If you are SENSITIVE to this kind of content, be a mature human being and just don’t watch. No need to spoil the fun for us fellow weirdos. We’re not hurting anyone. It just REALLY looks like we are 😉

And without further ado, behold the incredible tenth Blood Drive PSA of Women in Horror Month:

My Father, My Hero

By Andrew Hass & Kynda Laufmann

A Lost in the Woods Production

Cast & Crew:

Written, Directed, and Edited – Andrew Hass and Kynda Laufmann
Kiah Owen – The Husband and Hero
Mikayla Daniels – The Happy Housewife
Faythe Lloyd – The Darling Daughter
Liam and Warren Daniels – The Terrifying Twins
Stephen Lloyd – The Meat
Carnilux V.O. – Andrew Hass
Director of Photography – Seneca Smith
Makeup Effects – Cassandra Carpenter
Carnilux Advert Design – Travis Legge
Props – Jessica Smith
Boom – Ouen Smith

MINI BIO, ANDREW HASS:

Andrew Hass was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. He moved away from Los Angeles in his late teens and has spent most of his time since in the PNW. He is married to his partner in both life and art, Kynda Laufmann, with whom he has two sons. Andrew’s close family has been involved in filmmaking since the 1930’s, when his great grandfather first worked as a stuntman. Most of his immediate family has worked in the film industry, since. Andrew had never worked in film until, in 2014, an opportunity to provide sound work for an independent feature horror film was brought to him and sparked an interest that has led to writing and directing. In the four years since he has worked on both feature and short films, working as director of photography, editor, sound department, writer, and director. Andrew’s passion and focus lies in making independent horror films.

MINI BIO, KYNDA LAUFMANN:

Kynda Laufmann grew up in Colorado and moved to Washington for school. She graduated with a degree in Psychology and loves her day job working as a Clinical Supervisor helping kids with developmental disabilities. Kynda caught Andrew staring in 2009, and hasn’t let him go. Andrew has since piqued Kynda’s interest in film production and they decided to team up on their own projects, leading to the creation of Lost in the Woods Productions. Kynda enjoys being on set and contributing to the creative process, and likes to think her perfectionistic tendencies lend themselves to a better film.

ARTIST’S STATEMENT:

Someone, at some point, donated the blood that was used to save my life. I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at 27, and during the ensuing hospital stay I needed blood to save my life. Additionally, since 2011 I have undergone multiple major surgeries that required blood transfusions. Blood donations are a direct part of why I am alive, today. There’s not a hospital in the world that isn’t in need of blood and there are never enough people donating.
I’m participating in the annual PSA Blood Drive for Women in Horror Month because life can change at any moment; you never know when you’ll need a little help from a strange. If you can, please give blood at your local donation center or spread the word!

Remember, Souls, there’ll be a new PSA every day up to and including 1 March 2018, and please check out the Valium Where To Buy for more on Women in Horror Month.

Check out the other PSAs:

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