COMING SOON & CROWDFUNDING
I was recently sent a copy of horror short Web Of Deceit, directed by Michael Lyne and starring Bianca Allaine Barnett. I’ve just this second watched it – great stuff, guys!
A snappily-edited 6ish-minutes with a stunning female lead (fishnets… Continue reading
Paranormal suspense thriller, The Rectory, an original feature film from writer/director Jonathan Chance and producer Calvin Vanderbeek is crowdfunding pre-production funds on IndieGoGo.
The film, set in 1937, follows paranormal investigator Harry Price (Belfrage) as he leases the old… Continue reading
The Alterna Comics psychological horror title, THE CHAIR, is currently being adapted as a feature film and has taken to Kickstarter to raise awareness and a budget. Hoping to reach a target goal of $300K on … Continue reading
Ladies & Gents, please may I introduce a new extremely cool friend of ours from across the pond. Takia Matthew is the brainchild behind UNRESTRICTED SWAG! A t-shirt line with a lot of swag basically. Takia kindly spoke to the… Continue reading
Red Right Hand – The Horror of an Urban Legend
In a dark forest, on a lonely road, something is waiting…
Catherine is driving down from the city to visit her parents in the country, after years away from home.… Continue reading
Travis Love (Shumpert the Bowman on the Walking Dead) has been added to the cast of the upcoming horror/thriller, THE CHAIR.
Love will play the Commanding Officer in a flashback scene that features Jimmy (played by Jacob Banser)… Continue reading
The Slaughtered Bird are extremely proud to announce an up coming movie from the multi talented, innovative director Leonel Ortega-Valdez. ‘Arkham’ is a mysterious piece that grabbed our attention instantly with it’s eye-catching concept and artwork.
‘Leonel Ortega-Valdez is an… Continue reading
I came across the Divided Kingdom team via their fundraising campaign on Kick-starter. Straight from the off I knew that this was something special in the making. I browse around comic stores all the time, looking for something to pop… Continue reading