Finally – a press release that sums things up succinctly and accurately, ‘After her philandering husband and unruly kids break her psyche, Jill upends the family dynamic by assuming the persona of a vicious dog.’
Bitch will be in theaters and on VOD November 10th.
Dark Sky Films will open campus sexual assault film M.F.A. in theaters, VOD and HD Digital on October 13th.
Written by Leah McKendrick (Bad Moms) and directed by Naltalia Leite (Bare), M.F. A. stars Francesca Eastwood as Noelle, an art student struggling to find her voice, who is sexually assaulted by a fellow classmate. Attempting to cope with her trauma, she impulsively confronts her attacker.
Noelle (Franceska Eastwood), an art student struggling to find her voice, is sexually assaulted by a fellow classmate, she attempts to cope with her trauma by impulsively confronts her attacker.
M.F.A. – directed by Naltalia Leite and written by Leah McKendrick – tackles the subject of campus sexual assault from a female perspective. It will be in theaters (a list of theaters follows) and on VOD and HD Digital on October 13th.
Kept under wraps for two years, Victor Crowley, the new film in the Hatchet franchise – held a surprise premiere last night at Hollywood’s ArcLight Cinema – shocking attendeeswho gathered to celebrate at an event coined as a “Hatchet 10th Anniversary Celebration.”
Set a decade after the events of the series’ first three films, VICTOR CROWLEY reunites Hatchet mainstays Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th 7 –X‘s Jason Voorhees) and Parry Shen (Better Luck Tomorrow) for an all-new, horrifying journey into the haunted, blood-drenched bayou.
VICTOR CROWLEY will hit select U.S. theaters in October 2017 as part of Dark Sky Films’ Victor Crowley Road Show.
Can a zombie apocalypse facilitate romance – or is t a big buzz kill?
Deb, nerdy and endearingly awkward, wakes up in the apartment of Ryan, the hottest guy in Portland, Maine. Neither can remember how that happened, but when he attempts to get her home, they face a zombie apocalypse. Timing…
Night of the Living Deb is a ‘zomromcom’ that looks to fit in cozily next to Shaun of the Dead and Warm Bodies as one of those oddball B-movie bursts of inspiration that pop up from time to time and combine classic horror tropes with weird romance. Plus, Ray Wise.
Night of the Living Deb also comes from Dark Sky Films, so chances are it’s as gloriously goofy fun as the trailer suggests. MPI is releasing Night of the Living Dead on Digital, Blu-ray and DVD on September 6th. Check out the aforementioned trailer after the break.
Tuesdays are special for fans of New York radio talk show host Steve Bricks. That’s the night he asks his fans about the worst things they’ve ever done – and they tell him!
After Ron Welz calls in with his story, he starts getting body parts sent to him. Ron quickly becomes paranoid – who’s doing this to him? It could be anyone who listens to Bricks – and that’s a lot of suspects.
Applesauce, from writer/director Onur Tukel, premiered at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival and will be available on VOD, DVD and blu-ray on November 24th. Check out the quietly bizarre trailer following the jump.
LFO – a high-quality, low-fi science fiction black comedy (Eclipse gave it an A following its appearance at the Calgary International Film Festival) – works just as well on a small screen as it did in the theater because for all that it successfully achieves its ambitions, it is an intimate study on one man’s descent into madness.
The last thing you expect when you move into a retirement community is that supernaturally bad things will happen.
Late Phases sets up just such a situation when blind war veteran Ambrose McKinley (Nick Damici) is forced to movie into the Crescent Bay community by his son, Will (Ethan Embry). Next thing you know, the blind vet is asking about silver shotgun ammo.
Late Phases will be in select theaters on November 21st. Check out the trailer after the jump.