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Terror Films will be releasing The Tribe across multiple digital platforms this Friday, February 10th. Here are the official poster, trailer and another exclusive clip for fans titled, “Sisters Divided!”
The film will be available on several VOD platforms. Platforms hosting the release include: iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play/YouTube, Vudu, Xbox Live, Sony PlayStation, Vimeo on Demand, I Bleed Indie and 3 Roku channels (Free Flix Tonight, 24 Hour Movie Channel, Free Grindhouse Flix Tonight).
The company will work on expanding the release in the coming months on platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Cable VOD and DVD. Those dates will be announced once they have secured placement.
The film centers on a family of three young sisters played by Jessica Rothe (Mary + Jane, La La Land), Anne Winters (Tyrant), and Chloe Beth Jones. They live out their days after a pandemic has consumed most of the known world. One day a stranger, played by Michael Nardelli (The Collection, Revenge) suddenly shows up and their world changes in ways they never could have imagined.
“This Camping Trip will be Killer.”
The Vancouver Island shot Dark Cove is being released on August 2nd, 2016, via Video on Demand. This film was completed in 2014. Also in 2014, the film was shown in Victoria, British Columbia. Here, it played to a packed house of cast, crew and indie horror film fans. Now, this title is set for a wide release, on multiple digital platforms. The latest details on the Dark Cove Summer release are hosted here.
The film’s story begins with five friends and a camping trip. Hallucinogenic mushrooms are fun, at first. But, when three Australian surfers enter the picture, this party turns from laughs to screams. Now, these five friends will have to decide how to handle the body.
Dark Cove is a Tall Grass Films production. Developed by Rob Willey, this production house is set to bring one of the best indie horror thrillers, to fans, right now! This title is now available on digital platforms, such as: iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Shaw on Demand, Vimeo, the XBox and many more. Tune in now for what will be one of the most exciting releases this year.
Official synopsis: Five friends go camping on the wild coast of Vancouver Island. After a physical confrontation with two Australian surfers the night quickly spirals into a violent nightmare as the campers are forced to fight against man and nature to survive.
Director/writer: Rob Willey.
Cast: Eliot Bayne, Rob Willey, Cameron Crosby, Montanna McNalley, Rob Abbate, Jules Cotton, Ty Stokoe and James Anderson.
The film can be purchased at iTunes, now (unrated version):
Blackburn is set to release on DVD this August. Tombstone Entertainment will handle the release. A 3Brane Entertainment production, Blackburn involves a group of friends, trapped in an old mining town. From a script by Nastasha Baron and directed by Lauro Chartrand, this title stars: Lochlyn Munro (Poker Night), Jen and Sylvia Soska (“Hellevator”). Emilie Ullerup (A Little Bit Zombie), Sarah Lind (Wolf Cop) and Calum Worthy also star. All of these filmmakers have developed this hard R (restricted) horror feature, which now invites you to take a look at the official DVD artwork.
In the story, a forest fire forces five friends to take a detour. Lost and afraid, they seek shelter in an old mining shaft. But, someone or something lives in these dark depths. Now, this fivesome will have to fight back, against mutated miners and demented psychopaths, if they hope to continue living.
The official DVD artwork reveals more of the film’s story. The Blackburn Asylum, long since closed, still haunts the local woods. Its residents, forced out by its closure, roam inside this broken down building. Promising to “take people” many of the deformed monsters can be seen, in this official artwork. And, more on Blackburn will be revealed this Summer as the film nears its August 2nd, 2016 release date.
The official Synopsis: A forest fire and rock-slide trap five bickering college friends in a small Alaskan ghost town with a horrifying history. When they seek refuge inside the torched ruins of Blackburn Asylum, they must fight to survive as the angry inhabitants slaughter the friends one-by-one.
Mike Flanagan, the director of Oculus, has debuted his second feature film, a new scary movie called Hush. This low-budget film he co-wrote with his wife, Kate Siegel is causing quite a stir in the horror world. The movie stars Siegel as the main character, with Samantha Sloyan from Area 407, John Gallagher Jr. from 10 Cloverfield Lane, and Michael Trucco from Battlestar Galactica.
The movie is about a deaf writer named Maddie, who lives a life of seclusion as she finishes typing her latest novel. She has almost no contact with the outside world aside from the occasional visit from a local girlfriend and talking to friends via text or email.
The movie trailer highlights some of the fear to come by beginning with a mysterious gloved hand stealthily taking a cell phone off an end table. Maddie is typing away on her laptop when she starts receiving creepy messages sent from her cell phone. She begins feeling even more threatened when she receives pictures taken of herself sitting there in her living room. As she begins searching her home, she sees the masked stranger waving her cell phone at her from outside her open front door. She rushes to her door to close and lock it while he darts toward it.
The stalker continues to do what he can to block her from contacting anyone for help. He persistently tries to gain entry into her home against her will. As if home-intrusion and stalking aren’t scary enough, Maddie can’t hear him coming. She must do everything in her power to defend herself against the man in a white mask as he tries to use her hearing deficit against her.
The film premiered at the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas on March 12th and Netflix apparently was impressed. The on-demand movie provider didn’t waste any time making a deal; the movie has just been released on Netflix.
It has been described by many as ‘a future cult classic’ and post –apocalyptic thriller’. The upcoming horror movie-The Survivalist offers a cock-tail of eye-opening lessons about the treachery, human emotions and the intrinsic desire to survive. The Survivalist will be released on February 12, 2016 in the UK and Norway.
The lone survivalist, Martin McCann, is intensely struggling in a post-apocalyptic world to succumbing to starvation. He strives by hook and crook to make the ends meet. The Survivalist lives by his wits in a very in a self-reliant manner and he opts to hide out in a cabin deep in the countryside. He abides carefully to his routines and takes all precaution to be alert always. One day two starving women, a mother and her daughter, approached him begging to have a share for his farm crops.
In the kill-or –be –killed environment where starvation is widespread and strangers motives not always known. One day a starving woman (Olwen Fouere) together with her teenage daughter (Mia Goth) discover refuge deep in the forest, mother and her daughter, approached him begging to have a share for his farm crops. His loneliness blinds him of any suspicion and closes a deal with them in exchange for board and bed. In an attempt to co-exist in the lone wilderness, a hazardous relationship started to take root, however, after some time more hostile guests streamed in disrupting their serene, quiet but uneasy existence.
The survivalist fascinates and shocks at the same time from the beginning to the end. It has been shot exquisitely using highly effective graphic and sound design. It has minimal art and music but it makes a huge cinematic impression which in turn enhances the horror movie experience. It is gruesomely candid in the entire scene with features that will make the viewers to recoil in revulsion on occasions.
The film’s setting of lush and wild countryside is a sharp contrast to the gritty and dark story that is being played out. The sense of isolation that is ongoing on the scene makes it feel real and practical.it has been shot and framed masterfully, there is overriding atmosphere of both mistrust and paranoia that have been enhanced by perfect timing and clever imagery. Spiced up with understated dialogue and skillful subtle acting McCann, Fouere and Goth have proven to equally compelling on the screen.
The only setback of the film is the inadequacy of concrete details of the individual history of the characters which makes their true feelings and intentions occasionally left unclear. Fortunately, lack of their individual information doesn’t lessen the intensity or the depth of their roles, in fact it serves arouse curiosity and interest at times.
For parental guide it features bouts of frightening and intense scenes of activities such as violence, gore, profanity alcohol, smoking and drugs. It also has explicit sex and nudity scenes including one distressful scene of an attempted abortion. The survivalist might not auger very well with everyone, but it is genuinely provoking and will leave you awestruck for horror movie enthusiasts .The film runs for about 104 minutes (1 hr. 44 min).
UK 12 February 2016
Norway 12 February 2016
“Believe What You Hear. Fear What You Believe.”
The film centers on a group of friends led by Nick (Nick Fink – Ghost Squad) and his music studio partner, Duffy (August Roads – Loserville). One night at a party Duffy convinces everyone to go into their home studio and experiment with trace phenomena – a form of EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena). One by one the friends begin dying and they soon realize that they have accidentally opened a door to a horrific realm. It’s a race against time and supernatural forces to sever the transmission in order to save themselves and prevent a powerful demon from entering our world.
Trace opened in a wide DVD release through Redbox on October 27th, with the title being made available at all 40,000 Redbox kiosks. This release was followed by an ancillary release on November 3rd across multiple platforms including iTunes, Vudu and an assortment of Video-On-Demand and satellite platforms including Dish, Cox and Verizon.
Trace stars Nick Fink, August Roads, Jesse Pepe, Maddie McGuire, Samantha Lee, Sam Valentine, Jerod Meagher, Mike Capozzi, Jeremiah Benjamin and Herion Mustafaraj. The film was written and directed by Ryan Brookhart. Brookhart says of the film and its release: “I feel Trace, taken on the merits of what’s usually offered in the low-budget horror genre, defies a lot of convention. And that’s its biggest strength.” As well, the film was produced by Terror Film executives Joe Dain, Jim Klock and Miles Fineburg and it marks the fledgling distribution company’s 2nd release. Their first release, The Chosen, was released as an Event Theatrical and wide ancillary release in July of this year.
Trace invites horror fans into an unsettling journey to hell and back!
ABOUT TERROR FILMS: TERROR FILMS is a distribution company that was formed in October of 2013. This company focuses on the development, finance, production, and distribution of horror, sci-Fi and thriller films targeted for limited theatrical, television and all major ancillary markets, including Redbox, iTunes, Netflix and Cable VOD. Their first release, The Chosen, starring YouTube Sensation Kian Lawley, has remained in the Top 20 of Horror on iTunes for 4 consecutive weeks. Their 2nd film Trace opened in a wide ancillary release on November 3rd, 2015. The company recently wrapped principle photography on their Untitled Horror Anthology, starring Michael Ironside. As well, Terror Films has acquired several films that are set for release in 2016, including the award winning film Hell House LLc and Unearthed &Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary, about the making of the original film which includes never-before-seen footage from the sets.