Wednesday News Roundup

Wednesday News Roundup

There’s a bunch of cool stuff going on this week. Check it out:

Parasites from Chad Ferrin will be out on VOD on January 24th, released by 108 Media. You’ll be able to find it on iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play, Vudu, and Xbox. I talked about this movie a few weeks ago. You can find the trailer, synopsis, and more here.

Moving on, Tombstone Distribution has released Blackburn on VOD platforms here in the US. You can find it on Amazon now, and it will shortly be on iTunes, Google Play, VuDu, the Playstation Network, and more, with a DVD release to follow. Here’s the trailer and the synopsis:

A forest fire and rock-slide trap five bickering college friends in a small Alaskan ghost town with a horrifying history. When they seek refuge inside the torched ruins of Blackburn Asylum they must fight to survive as the angry inhabitants slaughter the friends one-by-one.



And finally, the people over at Wild Eye Releasing, who are always very busy, are releasing a new movie! Wolf House is currently available only at Walmart, but it’ll be available nationwide on January 17th, looks like on Amazon. It was directed by Matt D. Lord and stars Ken Consentino, Jessica Bell, and Marcus Ganci-Rotella. Trailer and synopsis, in the usual order of things:

Six friends on a camping trip think they have discovered, captured and killed a Sasquatch. But what they have actually unleashed is something more evil, more ancient and more deadly than they could ever imagine – an army of supernatural terrors that will hunt them until none of them remain.
The Wolf House DVD (SRP $19.95) exclusively includes a feature-length commentary with director Matt D. Lord, a behind-the-scenes documentary, a featurette on “Making the Monster,” and trailers.
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I'm a regular contributing writer to this website. I got into horror movies through the sci-fi monster films I watched with my dad as a kid (ex. Aliens) and the extreme amounts of zombie movies I spent a good portion of my college career watching. I absolutely love zombies (obviously), am a sucker for a low budget (or any) monster movie, and adore horror-comedy films. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley is one of my favorite books, and I'm still waiting for an actually decent film adaptation to bring that fantastic novel to life. Outside of my life as a horror fan, I'm a writer and editor with dreams of turning my screenplays into movies and a love of wine and murder mysteries.

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