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What’s Hot on the Indie and Straight to DVD/VOD Scene?

What’s Hot on the Indie and Straight to DVD/VOD Scene?

Here’s a quick look at what’s hot in the Indie horror and more lesser known horror scene in the coming months, as it is set to erupt with DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD releases for fans.

American Guinea Pig: The Song of Solomon (2018)On August 7th we have already seen the releases of films like the dramatic horror film research paper note card maker go here source site thesis proposal defense guidelines mla title page example buy viagra online uk paypal custom thesis ghostwriters services gb topic for world war 2 research papers go here analysis proofreading websites gb viagra online subscription writing tablet paper english assignment topics live homework help 1 on 1 martin king luther essay prometh with codeine uk follow url research paper writing service reviews cheap generic viagra canada pharamcy high school physical science homework help introduction to essay writing block viagra spam how to write thesis for phd MARROWBONE with Charlie Heaton (Stranger Things), a Bluray release of Dante Tomescelli’s 1999 film DESECRATION, the dramatic fantasy thriller WILDING (starring Liv Tyler), FLORA a thrilling sci-fi film about the discovery of a deadly bacteria, Canada’s own occultist gem PYEWACKET (starring The Walking Dead’s Laurie Holden), a film called DEADSHACK (starring Lauren Holly), and the creepy looking GEHENNA: WHERE DEATH LIVES (featuring both Doug Jones and Lance Henriksen). Finally, yesterday we got the long-anticipated new piece of Stephen Biro’s series of horror films – AMERICAN GUINEA PIG: THE SONG OF SOLOMON – starring the likes of horror alumni such as Jessica Cameron and Jim Van Bebber.



What Still Remains (2018) / Fair use doctrine.WHAT STILL REMAINS ― This dramatic thriller stars Mimi Rogers and Colin O’Donoghue as two people who face a world struck with an epidemic that has ravaged their lives and those they love.


Summer of 84 (2018) / Fair use doctrine.POOL PARTY MASSACRE ― a comedic horror romp about a slasher loose in a swimming complex slicing up socialites.


Summer of 84 (2018) / Fair use doctrine.SUMMER OF 84 ― the story of a teenager who begins to suspect his neighbor (a local cop) is a serial killer. He enlists the help of his pals and the game becomes all the more deadly.


Upgrade (2018) / Fair use doctrine.UPGRADE ― a new sci-fi revenge thriller offering from Horror writer /director Leigh Whannell (Saw, Insidious, Dead Silence), and starring Logan Marshall-Green.


Boarding School (2018) / Fair use doctrine.BOARDING SCHOOL ― a horror film set in a boarding school revolving around a strange boy and the mysterious headmaster and his wife.
Blood Fest (2018) / Fair use doctrine.BLOOD FEST ― a horror comedy about a diabolical rock show where attendees start dying and featuring Tate Donovan and Zachary Levi.


Hell Fest (2018) / Fair use doctrine.HELL FEST ― a horror-themed amusement park becomes a serial killer’s joyous hunting grounds one night, featuring iconic horror actor Tony Todd.


Welcome to Hell (2017) / Fair use doctrine.WELCOME TO HELL ― an anthology horror film about a terrifying coven of tales featuring Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp) and Bill Oberst Jr (the amazing Papa Corn from Circus of the Dead).


Trauma (2017) / Fair use doctrine.TRAUMALucio A. Rojas writes and directs this action horror film about four Chilean friends who are attacked brutally by a father and son duo. The foursome decides to confront their attackers, only to discover their attackers are part of the darkest period in Chilean history.


Overlord (2018) / Fair use doctrine.OVERLORD ― rumored to be a possible piece of the Cloverfield film saga, this movie focuses on two American soldiers on D-Day behind enemy lines. With some impressive looking gore, it’s set to have fans of horror interested. Stars Iain De Caestecker (In Fear), Pilou Asbaek (Ghost in the Shell), and Wyatt Russell (Black Mirror).


American Antichrist (2018) / Fair use doctrine.AMERICAN ANTICHRIST ― the 5th film from Filmmaker Dakota Ray (aka Dakota Bailey) will Feature a post-apocalyptic world inhabited by deviants and plans to take the viewer on a surreal, nihilistic voyage of death, drugs, immorality, and religion.


Stirring (2018) / Fair use doctrine.STIRRING ― (aka MRS. CLAUS ― ). – 10 years after a murder/suicide in a sorority, the younger sister of the girl who was murdered joins the same sorority and during a Christmas party, someone begins killing the party goers. This movie pays homage to the 80s style slasher and gives a plot twist or a few. Be sure to read the HoTS official review of Stirring.


Anna and the Apocalypse (2017) / Fair use doctrine.ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE ― a comedy horror musical (yes, kiddies, MUSICAL) about a zombie attack on the sleepy town of Little Haven — at Christmas!


Klagger (2010) / Fair use doctrine.KLAGGER ― (a feature-length film based on the 2010 short) is directed by Casey Crow and Casey’s brother and producing partner, Gene Crow. The KLAGGER feature will expand the story of Joseph Klagger’s death in 1977 and how his malevolent spirit terrorizes a small demolition crew employed to raze the factory he died in 36 years earlier. Coming to cinemas.
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COMING SOON: The Strangers 2

COMING SOON: The Strangers 2

By : John Roisland

Strangers poster


I'm sure most of you remember the 2008 blockbuster smash The Strangers, and the classic line that came with it: 

"Why are you doing this to us?"

"Because you were home. "

The films opening weekend grossed a nice 21 million, keeping it in theaters for some time.

The film stared Liv Tyler (Armageddon , The Lord of the Rings :1,2,3) and Scott Speedman ( Underworld, Underworld :Evolution) as a young couple in a secluded house for the night after a wedding reception, where in the middle of the night, the two are terrorized from a home invasion by three masked killers.

Well ever since its huge success , talks have been flying about a sequel. Well, talk is cheap and Relative Media is running with it! The exact details of who is starring in the film  at this time are unclear. The film has been written by Bryan Bertino ( Mockingbird) and Ben Ketai ( The Forest , 30 Days of Night: Dark Days) and is to be directed by Marcel Langenegger who brought us Deception in 2008.

The plot it self isn't carved in stone either, but is said to  follow a family of four who have been evicted from their home due to the economy, and are paid a visit by the same three strangers from the first film.

It is not known whether the sequel will follow a theatrical release  or possibly do a straight-to-DVD release.  It has been rumored that Liv Tyler will return as Kristen McKay, for a small part,  while the original three masked villains, Gemma Ward(The Great Gatsby), Kip Weeks (Glory Road, 20 Funerals) and Laura Margolis (The Diabolical) are also set to return. 

I for one, loved this film and thought they did an incredible job with it. So while I have high hopes for the sequel, it has a lot to live up to as well! I don't think the intention was to start a trend, but it did seem like shortly after the release of The Strangers, a vast amount of home invasion films seemed to have popped up all over the place!

Be sure to keep an eye out for this to be released December of 2016!

Keep It Evil

Posted by John Roisland in COMING SOON, HORROR NEWS, SLASHERS AND BAD HUMANS, 1 comment