After surviving a near fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Mayberry’s hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor – finding a new taste for adventure and earning the coveted coffee mug title of World’s Best Lover.
Making New Friends On The Next The Walking Dead – S8 Ep. 13 Trailer
Last nights TWD was no different then the rest. They fought but had no major resolution. What we did see was Rick and Negan go head to head in a fight and clearly Rick is no longer intimidated by Negan after losing Carl. As a possible new future looms for our survivors AMC releases a fresh look at next week’s episode.
'Maggie Takes a Stand' Sneak Peek Ep. 813 | The Walking Dead - YouTube
Maggie takes a strong stand to defend the Hilltop. Don’t miss the next episode of The Walking Dead, Sunday, March 25 at 9/8c.
Go Ask Alice In New ‘Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block’ Teaser Starring Rutger Hauer
Genre all star actor Rutger Hauer stars in this wekes episode of Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block. It’s been a while since Zoe had her ceremony with Mr. Peach. And now, it’s Alice’s turn. Check out the teaser below.
CHANNEL ZERO: BUTCHER'S BLOCK | Season 3, Episode 5: Go Ask Alice | SYFY - YouTube
BUTCHER’S BLOCK, the third installment of the Channel Zero anthology series introduces us to Alice Woods and her schizophrenic sister Zoe who have moved to a small town to start over. Alice lives in constant fear of inheriting Zoe’s illness. On the outskirts of town lies Butcher’s Block, a hellish neighborhood where junkies roam and lawlessness abounds. It is here the sisters encounter Joseph Peach and his eerily charismatic family. The Peach’s are not your ordinary family; they live above the Butcher’s Block in a dimension that is dark utopia. They offer the sisters a place at their table with promise of a world without worry and without illness. The sisters soon find that the cost of living the good life comes at an unimaginable price and there is a fine line between escaping insanity and embracing true madness.
CHANNEL ZERO: BUTCHER'S BLOCK | Season 3, Episode 5: Making Moves | SYFY - YouTube
The Flatwoods Monster: A Legacy of Fear – Small Town Fears Become A Documentary Film
New documentary about the fabled “Flatwoods Monster” of West Virginia to be released next April.
A new film aims to tell the true story behind what happened in a rural, West Virginia town when a group of terrified locals encountered a monstrous being just moments after seeing strange objects in the sky. The Flatwoods Monster: A Legacy of Fear is a new documentary from director, Seth Breedlove, which will unlock a decades-old mystery that included a government-ordered military examination of a purported alien crash-site, and multiple UFOs seen by countless residents of Braxton County, WV. In the years since their brush with the “Flatwoods Monster”, witnesses have seen their story evolve from a terrifying, true-life event to little more than a fable. Two of the remaining witnesses will set the record straight when the film is released on April 6th.
The Flatwoods Monster: A Legacy of Fear (Teaser Trailer 2018 Horror Paranormal Documentary) - YouTube
The “Flatwoods Monster incident” has become one of the most famous legends in modern memory. However, with the Pentagon now opening up about UFO investigations dating back to the 1940’s, the incident can be seen in a new light. In September of 1952 hundreds of people across the United States witnessed glowing objects streak across the skies over much of the Eastern Seaboard. One of the objects in question was seen to land on a hill near the small community of Flatwoods, West Virginia by a group of children. The children and two adults made a journey to the top of the hill to search for the object but instead found themselves face to face with a thirteen foot tall mechanical monster. Later that same evening a branch of the local National Guard unit would be dispatched by Air Force officials to investigate the site of the encounter.
The film, which was shot over the course of eight months between July of 2017 and January, 2018, will also be part of a crowd-funding campaign launching this Thursday night at 7pm EST. Members of the film crew will be taking part in a Facebook Live Q&A and radio show the same night. The film is being released by the award-winning, Small Town Monsters production company, who are responsible for last Spring’s, “The Mothman of Point Pleasant”; another documentary centered around a well-known West Virginia legend. The film features an original score composed by Brandon Dalo and cinematography by Zachary Palmisano with special FX by Santino Vitale and fully animated sequences by Chris Scalf.
The Flatwoods Monster will be released on DVD and Amazon next April with a wider digital release planned thereafter. Plans are in place to screen the movie prior to it’s release at HorrorHound Cincinnati, being held March 23-25th, 2018 . The official premiere will be held at the Elk Theater in Sutton, WV on April 7th with members of the Small Town Monsters crew taking part in a Q&A following the showing.
Sci-fi/Horror Short Film ‘Be Us’ Infects The Internet – Watch It Spread Here
A man is interrogated after encountering an otherworldly being in the six-minute sci-fi/horror short film Be Us.
Be Us is directed by Alex DiVincenzo, whose previous work includes The Horrors of AutoCorrect (distributed by Eli Roth’s Crypt TV), Cybershock 1999 (distributed by Troma Entertainment), and the 48 Hour Film Project winner Root of All Evil.
BE US - Sci-Fi/Horror Short Film - YouTube
T.J. Frizzi stars in the film, which he co-wrote with DiVincenzo. The simple yet intriguing premise was conceived as a way to showcase the newcomer’s range while telling an original story contained to one room with a single actor.
“Be Us presented an exciting challenge to pull off an engaging, dynamic piece entirely in a monologue,” explains DiVincenzo. “T.J. Frizzi is one of my closest friends, and his performance – on which the entire movie hinges – exceeded my expectations.”
Marvels Avengers: Infinity War Official Final Trailer Is Out Of This World
Nerds and Fanboys are having an awesome Friday because Marvel has just released the new official trailer for Avengers: Infinity War and looks epic.
Marvel Studios' Avengers: Infinity War - Official Trailer - YouTube
Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk and the rest of the Avengers unite to battle their most powerful enemy yet — the evil Thanos. On a mission to collect all six Infinity Stones, Thanos plans to use the artifacts to inflict his twisted will on reality. The fate of the planet and existence itself has never been more uncertain as everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment.
‘Tomb Raider’ Movie Review – Is It Worth The Ticket To Ride?
Film adaptations of video games are typically awful. As an avid gamer and a frequent movie goer I love the idea of seeing these games on the big screen, but they typically end in brutal disappointment. Occasionally we get a solid adaptation like “Silent Hill” but mostly we are just left with movies such as “Alone in the Dark” or “Super Mario Bros”. At times, it almost seems like the writers of these films just glance at the cover art and are completely ignorant of the actual source material. I was relieved when I first saw the promo material for the 2018 “Tomb Raider”. It was obvious to me that it would, at the very least, be respectful to the franchise and the character of Lara Croft. I am happy to say, aside from some slow pacing and very clichéd storytelling, “Tomb Raider” is one of the best videogame adaptations I have seen. The bar was set fairly low, but it was refreshing to see an adaptation of a franchise I love, created by people who obviously love it too. The story is solid, the performances are surprisingly great, and the effects are first-rate.
The story of “Tomb Raider” is heavily inspired by the 2013 reboot of the game. The movie hits a lot of the major beats from the game while changing things up enough to make it feel fresh. Several of the supporting cast from the game were cut out but this was likely an attempt to trim a 15 hour game down to a two hour movie. The film opens in London, and as much as that isn’t the setting I want to see in a Tomb Raider movie, these scenes help to establish Lara’s motivation and status as a novice bad ass. Lara’s father has been missing for seven years and she is struggling to come to terms with the fact that he is most likely dead. She finds a clue to his possible whereabouts and heads to Hong Kong to begin the search.
Surprisingly things really start bogging down in the second act of the movie on the island. There were numerous times where I just felt like nothing was really happening and I kept hoping for things to pick back up. Thankfully the movie ramps up towards the end and has enough satisfying moments to make you forgive the slow pacing.
Alicia Vikander is incredible as Lara Croft. This younger and more vulnerable version of the character was established in the 2013 rebooted game and Alicia nails it. She didn’t quite look the part but she was so bad ass throughout the film that it didn’t bother me. They did a great job of establishing her strengths and abilities before she gets to the island. This movie really focuses on Lara as a steadfast, courageous, ass kicker and Vikander is an amazing action star. Even though the character doesn’t exist in the games, I really liked the addition of Lu Ren (Daniel Wu). He was a strong and occasionally comical character that added another layer to the story. Without his character a lot of moments in the film wouldn’t have felt as impactful. Mathias Vogel (Walton Goggins) was a fantastic villain as anticipated, but they really could have amped up his insanity even further than they did. He is such a great actor that I would have loved to see him completely off the rails. The only casting I disliked was Dominic West as Lara’s father Lord Richard Croft. Something about his character felt really out of place and almost ridiculous at times. Most of the scenes with him felt awkward and unnecessary. He didn’t add much to the story at all aside from some convenient motivation for Lara.
Overall “Tomb Raider” isn’t going to change anyone’s life but it is entertaining and fun, and what else can you ask for from an action-adventure movie. If you are a fan of the game series or adventure films you will find something to enjoy about this movie. If there is a sequel I will gladly pay money to see Lara Croft in action again. I give “Tomb Raider” a 7 out of 10.
MISS MURDERESS, A Podcast, Hosted By Horror Writer/ Actress PANDIE SUICIDE Wants YOU!
To Listen! She wants you to listen. Get your minds out of the gutter and into the horror!
Attention lovers of HORROR and TRUE CRIME, DEATHAUS FILMS presents MISS MURDERESS, a brand new podcast created and hosted by writer, actress and model PANDIE SUICIDEwho wrote and produced the award-winning horror short film BLOOD BATH starring SID WILSON (aka DJ STARSCREAM/ #0 of SLIPKNOT fame), PANDIE SUICIDE with directing from ERIK BOCCIO and score by former-KORN guitarist ROB PATTERSON.
The podcast covers FEMALE KILLERS from history, fiction and somewhere in between and will be released bi-weekly. The artwork (attached above) features the bloodied hostess caught red-handed. Episode number 1 ”BATHED IN BLOOD” is a 21 minute in-depth discussion of ELIZABETH BATHORY, the infamous BLOOD COUNTESS of HUNGARY and is available now on ITUNES/APPLE PODCASTS, STITCHER, PODBEAN and more.
Joshua Coates’ ‘But Deliver Us from Evil’ Reclaims Your Soul On March 20th
Indican Pictures will release Joshua Coates’ But Deliver Us from Evil, this March. The film is a 20/10 Visions Entertainment production. In the film, Lilith returns to the world. After being thrown out of the Garden of Eden, she looks to take revenge on God, by killing his followers. No one is safe in this exciting thriller. But Deliver Us from Evil stars: Eric Roberts (The Expendables), Grant Harvey (Thumper), Alice Rose and many more. A Digital release, for the film, is coming later this month!
The recently released trailer focuses on a female serial killer. Set in Atlanta, the victims are mostly religious leaders. But, this is no ordinary killer. Possibly a demon, this nightstalker hides in the shadows, targeting those in the religious community.
But Deliver Us From Evil [OFFICIAL TRAILER] (2017) - Vimeo
But Deliver Us from Evil will show on several Digital hosting platforms, this March 20th. This supernatural thriller will show on Amazon, on this date. And, But Deliver Us from Evil takes an ancient story and modernizes it for a new audience. Film fans can see this retelling, on the legend of Lilith, in just a few days.
The film’s official synopsis: Lilith, Adam’s first wife according to Jewish mysticism, seeks revenge against all of God’s creation. God expelled Lilith from the Garden of Eden because of her refusal to obey Adam, the man. Scorned, she returns present day with a vengeance against man and his offspring.
Release Date: March 20th, 2018 (Digital).
Director/writer: Joshua Coates.
Cast: Eric Roberts, Pooch Hall, Grant Harvey, Alice Rose, Isaac Keys and Cynthia Rodriguez.
The War Rages On In Sneak Peek Of Next Week’s The Walking Dead Ep. 12 – S8
Everyone seems lost after the passing of Carl Grimes. Rick is driven by anger and Maggie is searching for a plan of attack. Will we see a winner by the end of Season 8? Seems like a lot of lives are hanging in the balance and no clear answer as to who survives. Here’s a sneak peek at next weeks TWD.
'The Key' Next on Ep. 812 | The Walking Dead - YouTube
Simon and Dwight have a lot to catch up on. Don’t miss the next episode of The Walking Dead, Sunday, March 18 at 9/8c.
'They Don't Scare!' Sneak Peek Ep. 812 | The Walking Dead - YouTube
Simon is starting to feel like a guy without a team. Could he be the next to abandon the Savior’s?