Here’s what’s going on today:
New movies! William Kaufman’s post-apocalyptic thriller Daylight’s End has finished its festival tour and will be in theaters in 20 cities starting tomorrow. It stars Lance Henriksen (Bishop, for Alien franchise fans like myself), actor/composer Johnny Strong, Louis Mandylor, Gary Cairns, and more. Here’s the trailer:
Hopefully, this will also do a nationwide theater run, but that aside, you’ll be able to see it on digital platforms like iTunes starting tomorrow as well. Here’s the synopsis:
Years after a mysterious plague has devastated the planet and turned most of humanity into blood-hungry creatures, a rogue drifter on a vengeful hunt stumbles across a band of survivors in an abandoned police station and reluctantly agrees to try to help them defend themselves and escape to the sanctuary they so desperately need.
We can ALWAYS use more zombies. Take a look at their Facebook page to find out where it’s playing (hopefully near you).
And while you’re looking for things to watch, be sure to check out horror soap opera Hell Town, which is out on cable VOD and Digital HD. Here’s more:
And finally, the latest from Terror Films! This one’s called The House on Pine Street, and it’ll be available September 30th on the following digital platforms: iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play, Vudu, Xbox and PlayStation. Hopefully, it’ll expand to other platforms soon. It’ll also be in theaters in two cities, but which two has yet to be decided.
Here’s more from the press release:
The story revolves around Jennifer (Emily Goss). She is seven months pregnant and reluctantly returning to her hometown in Kansas, after an unexpected mental breakdown. Coping with her fears of motherhood, a strained relationship with her husband, Luke (Taylor Bottles), and the overbearing presence of her own mother, Meredith (Cathy Barnett), Jennifer struggles to regain control of her life. But when strange things start happening in their new rental home, Jennifer begins to fear that it may be haunted. Alone in her convictions, Jennifer is forced to question her sanity as she attempts to find out what, if anything, is plaguing the house.
The House On Pine Street was directed by Aaron and Austin Keeling. The directors co-wrote the film along with: Natalie Jones. All three of them produced the film along with: Monique Thomas. The film was an official selection at 14 domestic and international film festivals including – the New Orleans Horror Film Festival. Here, it won the Best Feature award, Nocturna Madrid International Fantastic Film Festival, Molins Horror Film Festival, and the Kansas International Film Festival.
Check out the trailer:
Terror Films is planning on releasing a clip of the film every week. Here’s the first one. It’s called “It’s just a house, Jennifer”: