[ad_1] “Ghost Girl” is an upcoming psychological horror film that Maura Lindsey, senior in digital cinema, is producing herself. The film is set as the Halloween season approaches. Currently, casting is underway for the live action film. A former convent opposite Cabra Hall is one of the locations being secured.Read More →

[ad_1] In addition to lead actress McCoy, a theater graduate from USM, the film also features Raylen Ladner, a Mississippi native, a supporting actress; Christopher Boler, USM film graduate and sound engineer; Adrienne Newell, Hattiesburg resident and background actress; and Joe Hodgin, composer. Several USM theater students were also backgroundRead More →

[ad_1] By LAUREL THRAILKILL, American from Hattiesburg HATTIESBURG, Mississippi (AP) – Shot entirely on the Mississippi coast, school principal Sean Riley’s second film, “Royal Jelly,” used local talent to create a bee horror film. Now available on major streaming platforms including Amazon, iTunes and YouTube, the horror feature sees protagonistRead More →

[ad_1] “Bonkers.” “Disturbs.” “Spectacular, shameless, crazy.” Few recent horror films have drawn such wacky raves as this year’s “Malignant”, the brazenly gory comeback of “Conjuring” director James Wan’s giallo. He earned instant cult status among horror fans with his daring twists, memorable moments, and memorable movie monster – a long-hairedRead More →

[ad_1] “Bonkers.” “Disturbs.” “Spectacularly, shameless, crazy.” Few recent horror films have drawn such wacky raves as this year’s “Malignant”, the brazenly gory comeback of “Conjuring” director James Wan’s giallo. He earned instant cult status among horror fans with his daring twists, memorable moments, and memorable movie monster – a long-hairedRead More →

[ad_1] ESTES PARK – The ‘launch’ of the Stanley Film Center project was accepted by the State Economic Development Commission at its meeting last week. The commission’s designation means the project can move forward under an $ 86 million tax increase funding program with the Colorado Office of Economic DevelopmentRead More →

[ad_1] Candy (2021) Kirk sanderson October 26, 2021 The sequel to horror Candy will be released to the general public in November by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment with a never-before-seen alternate ending and over an hour of bonus content, including a panel discussion on the impact of dark horror. TheRead More →

[ad_1] Brooklyn’s sixth annual horror film festival has brought the bogeyman to the beloved neighborhood. With events at fan favorite venues, the Williamsburg Theater, Stuart Theater, and the recently reopened Nitehawk Theater, BHFF has offered something for everyone. From the sold-out closing night of the premiere on the east coastRead More →

[ad_1] Keri Russell plays Julia Meadows.Courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures Plan your screen time with the weekly What to Watch newsletter. Register now today. Drink Realized by Scott Cooper Written by Scott Cooper, Henry Chaisson and Nick Antosca Featuring Keri Russell, Jesse Plemons and Jeremy T. Thomas Classification R; 99Read More →

[ad_1] This is a scene that stays with you long after watching the classic 1976 horror film “Carrie”: There is a graduation party in a gymnasium. There’s Sissy Spacek who is crowned prom queen. There is a lot of blood. Then there’s Spacek’s eponymous character, Carrie White, who unleashes herRead More →

[ad_1] A movie can’t change anything, except when it does. It would be nice if every well-meaning movie about injustice, prejudice, or one of the myriad other terrible things in this world eliminated the problem, but it never happened. However, a truly inspiring film can certainly spur an individual intoRead More →

[ad_1] NEW WILMINGTON, Pa .– This fall, broadcasting students at Westminster College got hands-on filmmaking experience as they participated in the annual Pittsburgh 48-Hour Horror Film Project that challenges crews to research, shoot and mount a short film in one weekend. Students in Kandice HartnerThe single-camera video production course splitRead More →

[ad_1] Have you ever wondered what happens after death? These are the reflections of Aishah, 15, the protagonist of the first feature film by the theater company Anomalist Production titled Mentega Terbang. Shot during the pandemic in July of last year (when lockdown restrictions were relaxed), the film grapples withRead More →

[ad_1] It is a common trend to release exciting films at festivals in theaters, when attendance is generally expected to be high. This trend has also been picked up by digital platforms, especially after the OTT saw an increase in subscriptions due to the pandemic. Last year at Diwali, theRead More →

[ad_1] Wexford Youth Film will host its first theatrical filmmaking workshop since February 2020 at St. Michael’s Theater in New Ross at the end of the month. This is a free four-day workshop offered to teens in County Wexford. It will start on Monday, October 25 and will run untilRead More →

[ad_1] Trailer Through Tom stockman | October 11, 2021 “A hilarious and heartfelt riff on Judgment Night that’s loaded with crazy combat action” – Film school rejections Gritty cinema becomes a fight to the death in Night shootersIndie Film Team Clash With Murderous Gang – Available in Digital HD andRead More →

[ad_1] Talented actor, Hero Siddharth returns with ‘Mahasamudram’ alongside Sharwanand in the direction of Ajay Bhupathi produced by Anil Sunkara. Here are excerpts from his interaction with the media about the film. Here is Q&A with Shiva Kumar B Tell us about your makeover? – The reason for my makeoverRead More →

[ad_1] The fantastic close to the horror “Lamb”, which leaves Friday in theaters demonstration of professionalism, that an experience. It’s only about twenty minutes of its 1.5-hour run time that sparks interest, thanks to a last-minute twist of industrial intelligence. The narrative trickery that sets up the story – andRead More →

[ad_1] A short film produced at Ava premiered at the Upstate NY Horror Film Festival, which took place October 1-2 in Rochester. Adam Jackson, Adirondack High School Class of 2013, was delighted to hear that his film, “Overgrown”, was screened at the festival. “I was shocked, absolutely,” Jackson said. “AndRead More →

[ad_1] INDIE FILM DRAMA “SKIPPING STONES” CO-STARS QUARTET DES FAVORITES DE SCI-FI / HORROR – Chase Masterson, Michael Ironside, Daniel Hugh Kelly and Patricia Charbonneau (WINDHAM resident) support emerging newcomers Nathaniel Ansbach and Gabrielle Kalomiris – HUDSON – The upcoming independent Skipping Stones isn’t a sci-fi film, but it featuresRead More →

[ad_1] Hilmir Snær Guðnason and Noomi Rapace in a scene from Lamb. Courtesy of A24 Plan your screen time with the weekly What to Watch newsletter. Register now today. Lamb Realized by Valdimar johannsson Written by Valdimar Johannsson and Sjon Featuring Noomi Rapace, Hilmir Snær Guðnason and a lamb ClassificationRead More →

[ad_1] Events Before, During, and After a High School Basketball Game is a mumblecore, dialogue-rich movie about nerds and weirdos that viewers could likely choose from their own high school yearbooks. Kino Sum Productions Plan your screen time with the weekly What to Watch newsletter. Register now today. Events thatRead More →

[ad_1] The Yiddish word naches conveys the idea of ​​pride, specifically connoting the unique joy a parent feels over the accomplishments of their offspring. As in “I ran into Maurice and Doris Micklin at the market!” They said their daughter, the director, had just finished her first film. It’s aRead More →

[ad_1] When you prepare to interview the director of a movie called “Coronavirus Conspiracy”, I have to be honest, you are preparing for the worst. Thankfully, director and Maine native James Sunshine’s movie (now available to rent or purchase on your favorite streaming service) isn’t the kook-fest I imagined. Instead,Read More →

[ad_1] Joe Dante, who directed “Gremlins” and its sequel, is known to uplift schlock horror. One of his very first hits was the 1978 B-movie “Piranha” that was very intentionally an imitation of Steven Spielberg’s “Jaws”. In a world full of “Jaws” imitations, “Piranha” broke the mold by being reallyRead More →

[ad_1] There’s a bit of comedy, romance, and a seemingly passionate outcry against business that denies its overall impact. There are a few promising moments in Vineeth Varaprasad’s debut film, Elevator. The first is the beginning. We see a close-up of a radio set, which reads the weather forecast. InRead More →