This July, all hell will break loose! Mickey Keating’s action-thriller CARNAGE PARK will be released in theaters and on VOD July 1st. Take cover! Full article.
The Mind’s Eye, penned and directed by Joe Begos, lands distribution with RLJ Entertainment.
Gravitate towards theaters and catch it on VOD later on this year.
The film boasts something of an indie-horror all-star cast, one which also includes Noah Segan (Some Kind of Hate), Matt Mercer (the Contracted films), Jeremy Gardner (The Battery), Brian Morvant (Darling, Pod), actor-editor Josh Ethier (Almost Human), actor-director Larry Fessenden (Feast), and John Speredakos (House of the Devil) as the aforementioned madman.
Last night, DARLING opened in NYC’s Village East Cinema, followed by a cast Q&A moderated by Entertainment Weekly’s Clark Collis! Click right here to check out a gallery of pics from the evening.
Entertainment Weekly invites you into the terrifying house from DARLING. Watch this behind-the-scenes clip with comments from writer-director Mickey Keating. Catch Darling in theaters this Friday!
“In the mood for some scare-ification? Then we heartily, bloodily, and spookily recommend you check out the Tales From Beyond The Pale Season 2 box set, which is released today. A series of horror-themed audio plays, TFBTP is the brainchild of terror auteurs Larry Fessenden (Beneath) and Glenn McQuaid (I Sell the Dead) who, according to press release-legend, conceived the idea during “a fog-drenched car ride with nothing beyond the windshield but a horizon-less void.”
Season 2 was recorded live in New York and features the vocal talents of Vincent D’Onofrio, Mark Margolis, James Le Gros, Kate Lyn Sheil, and Fessenden’s Jug Face costar Sean Young, among others. Besides Fessenden and McQuaid, story scribes include Simon Barrett (the mighty You’re Next) and British horror novelist Kim Newman. In addition to the tales themselves, the box set also boasts a DVD chronicling the history of the project and the staging of the shows.
The release of the season 2 box set comes ahead of this weekend’s Stanley Film Festival at the Colorado Hotel, the locale that inspired Stephen King to write The Shining and where the TFBTP team will unleash two tales created just for the event.
But enough of my blather. They say a scream is worth a thousand words — well, at least I do — so please do check out the screech-suffused Tales From Beyond The Pale season 2 trailer below.”
BIRTH OF THE LIVING DEAD is in theaters, on iTunes and VOD now, and it’s coming to New York next week. Here’s a sampling of some of the BOTLD goodness happening on the web and on the streets.
Entertainment Weekly has an exclusive on the release of TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE, SEASON 2 LIVE! including news on how you can hear a double bill of Larry Fessenden’s “Caper” and Glenn McQuaid’s “The Crush” for free.
“Those sick folks over at Tales From Beyond the Pale are celebrating the release of the second season of their frightful-in-a-good-way audio play fables by streaming two new stories, which you can hear for absolutely nothing. The first is the Sean Young-starring The Continue Reading »
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From Clark Collis at Entertainment Weekly:
Director Larry Fessenden’s Glass Eye Pix company has announced that season 2 of the horror-themed Tales from Beyond the Pale audio play series will be released on the suitably spooky date of Friday, Sept. 13. The second batch of terror tales was recorded live in New York and features actors Sean Young, Vincent D’Onofrio, James LeGros (Living in Oblivion, Girls), and Kate Lyn Sheil (Sun Don’t Shine), among others. “Having a Continue Reading »