Posts Tagged ‘News’

THE BLOODSPRAYER PODCAST

THE BLOODSPRAYER PODCAST

Tweet Dear loving Blood Sprayer fans, Wes and Matt G. have been in talks to reinvigorate a Blood Sprayer podcast. Frankly, we love listening to ourselves talk. So perchance this comes to fruition, what would you like to see us tackle? Nothing is too taboo, and let’s face it, we see our fair share of […]




Official Trailer: Madison County

Official Trailer: Madison County

Tweet We’ve heard a lot of talk lately, about a film by the title of “Madison County”, but details have been scarce. Other than a general plot synopsis, and a teaser poster we haven’t been given much information. Finally, the official trailer has been released. View this trailer, the official plot synopsis, and the teaser […]




Is Netflix Launching An Assault Against Fans Of Physical Media?

Is Netflix Launching An Assault Against Fans Of Physical Media?

Tweet Streaming media is becoming embedded into our lives more and more as technology advances. People with Xbox 360 gaming consoles have had the ability to purchase and download digital copies of movies to store on their hard drive for a decent amount of time. When Netflix decided to team up with Microsoft to provide […]




Fright Flick And Let Me Die Quietly Hits DVD This January Via Breaking Glass/Vicious Circle

Fright Flick And Let Me Die Quietly Hits DVD This January Via Breaking Glass/Vicious Circle

Breaking Glass Pictures, and Vicious Circle Films have become one of the turn-to distribution labels when it comes to independent horror. Having such titles under their belt as Ryan Nicholson’s “Hanger”, Chad Ferrin’s “Someone’s Knocking At The Door”, and “Easter Bunny Kill Kill”, as well as the spectacular little Hitchcockian thriller “Sympathy”, the label continues this trend of bringing obscure gems to the masses, into the new year of 2011. Breaking Glass is set to release two new horror flicks, “Fright Flick”, and “Let Me Die Quietly”, fresh from the festival circuit onto DVD on January 4th, and January 25th, respectively.