Friday the 13th is one of those horror franchises that is so beloved by fans and so bafflingly mismanaged by studios that we haven't seen a lot of "new" in the saga of Jason Voorhees. Add to that the legal battles surrounding the property and it will likely be years still before we see another official return to camp. That's why the surprise 2017 fan film Never Hike Alone was such an incredible relief to those who love the films and characters connected to it. WompStomp Films
LOS ANGELES, CA October 26th - Together Magic Films and Reel Nightmare Films are delivering a bloodbath of sexy studs to gay audiences worldwide with their brand new homo-horror slasher feature film Alpha Delta Zatan, now playing on Amazon Video US/UK and in over 100 countries on Vimeo On Demand. A playful Halloween choice for gay viewers and fans of horror, the official synopsis of Alpha Delta Zatan reads: “In a frat house where no one can be trusted, a new brother becomes t
Never have I seen a movie that so perfectly lived up to its title like WTF! and I’ve seen my fair share of slasher movies over the years. I’ve watched all the classics and I’ve dug down into the dregs and I can safely say that, despite the overwhelming popularity of the genre, it’s very hard to make a timeless classic about a crazed killer. But there are always exceptions. Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Halloween, and Friday the 13th set the bar for fans and filmmakers while others
I’ve been seeing a lot of articles online lately about an unreleased director’s cut of 1993’s Jason Goes to Hell suggesting that the already gruesome ninth installment was meant to be more violent and terrifying than what was originally released. For those of you unfamiliar with this particular episode in the franchise, this was one of a few films in the series intended to be the “Final Friday” and featured some of the more campy and strange elements of horror that have added
Let’s be honest, public service announcements rarely strike terror into anyone. Not to say that it’s never happened; there was, a few years ago, an anti-drinking ad that featured a mutated, Tim Burton-esq bunny that still gives me the chills. However, South Africa has picked up the baton, revved the engine and taken this PSA to a new level of horror. The Western Cape department of Transportation and Public Works has released a road safety campaign titled “The first Kiss.” '
In October of 1978 a movie was released that kicked off a new cycle of Horror. The Cycle became known as the slasher and the movie was John Carpenter’s Halloween. However, before anyone saw the picture, audiences were given a taste of what was to come by the poster. The poster was painted by artist Robert Gleason and has become part of the iconic imagery of Michael Myers and the night he came home. This original painting is now up for sale by Heritage Auctions. http://moviep