Campy Horror from Thailand - 'Night of the Killer Bears' Official Trailer
"This reunion is about to get deadly." 4Digital Media has revealed an official US trailer for a camp B-movie horror film titled Night of the Killer Bears, with the hilarious tagline "Ted meets Terrifier". This is for all the horror fans! A hilarious way to try and sell this. The Thai film originally opened over there last year under the name The World of Killing People, which is a bit too dark & violent for US audiences. It's a story of a group of five friends who go camping after not seeing each other for a long time. But an unthinkable event happens. When a friend disappears and his body is found, their camping trip starts to fall apart. But the killer is still lurking nearby… Starring Sananthachat Thanapatpisal (as Aim), Patchata Jan-Ngern (as Win), Khemanit Jamikorn (as Som), and Chanagun Apornsutinan (as Tony). This looks like it'd make a great double feature with the other campy Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey slasher, though this just looks like a deranged guy in a bear suit, nothing mythical in here. Still looks like a brutal slasher - enjoy.
Teaser Trailer for 'Wolves' - A Disturbing Crime Thriller from Canada
"We ask if anyone in the community has any information to please come forward." Black Mandala Films has revealed an official US trailer for a Canadian indie horror thriller titled Wolves, from filmmaker Danny Dunlop. Described as a "genre-bending murder mystery," this initally premiered at the 2022 Cinequest Film Festival, and also stopped by the Dances with Films, Atlanta Horror, Portland, and Windsor Film Festivals last year. A psychological horror movie inspired by true events. When a young social recluse stumbles onto a series of unsolved cold cases he finds himself pulled deeper into society's dark underside and must face his own demons to learn the truth. The indie thriller stars Mark Nocent, Jake Raymond, Allan Dobrescu, Hugh Wilson, and Rod Keith. There's not much to this first look teaser, just a very nice tease setting up the chilling tone and atmosphere of this film. Genre fans need to keep an eye out for it - watch out for more.
Eerie Auditory Hallucinations in 'The Unheard' Horror Thriller Trailer
"I think something's wrong with the procedure. I'm hearing things…" Shudder has revealed a trailer for an indie horror film titled The Unheard, the latest creation from the director of The Beach House. It will be streaming on Shudder later this month. Lachlan Watson stars as Chloe, who undergoes an experimental procedure to restore her hearing. She begins to suffer from auditory hallucinations related to the mysterious disappearance of her mother. The director adds: "Our cast and crew have delivered a stunning piece of work and I cannot wait for audiences to take our trip into the strange realms between life & death and silence & noise!" From the writers of the Crawl film. The cast includes Michele Hicks, Nick Sandow, Brendan Meyer, Shunori Ramanathan, and Boyana Balta. This looks unsettling, especially with all the sounds.
Official Trailer for Nightmare Horror Film 'Adalynn' About a New Mom
"I saw what I saw, okay?!" Summer Hill Films has revealed an official trailer for an indie horror film titled Adalynn, the latest from filmmaker Jake Byrd. It will be out on VOD in March, skipping theaters entirely. Because yeah this really does look like direct-to-video horror junk, taking an uninteresting idea and turning it into some derivative trash. In order to keep herself and her newborn baby alive, a mother must fight to overcome postpartum depression, grief, inner demons, sinister impulses, and an unseen tormentor until her husband can return home from his business trip. Adalynn trades in a space between horror, fantasy, ghosts, demons, the Satanic occult and dreams. Starring Sydney Carvill as Adalynn, with Wade Baker, Janet Carter, and Rob Shuster. This looks like a tedious psychological thriller made by a first year film student.
Jonás Cuarón's Netflix Family Adventure Movie 'Chupa' Official Trailer
"He'll be our little secret." Netflix has revealed the official trailer for an adventure movie titled Chupa, rated PG even tough it's only going to be streaming on Netflix for its release in April. This is the latest from Mexican director Jonás Cuarón, Alfonso Cuarón's son - his debut feature was Desierto from a few years ago. While visiting his family in Mexico, teenage Alex gains an unlikely companion when he discovers a young chupacabra hiding in his grandpa's shed. In order to save the mythical creature, Alex and his cousins must embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Directed by Jonás, and produced by 26th Street Pictures' Chris Columbus, Michael Barnathan and Mark Radcliffe, Chupa is a nostalgic journey through myth, memory, and the making of one's own personal legend. This stars Evan Whitten as Alex, along with Demián Bichir, Christian Slater, Ashley Ciarra, Nickolas Verdugo, Adriana Paz, Gerardo Taracena, and Julio Cesar Cedillo. It looks a like like a Mexican remake of E.T. for Netflix, even using some of the same shots.
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Review: Radio Silence's Horror Sequel 'Scream VI' is Satisfying Enough
We live in the Franchise Era, and I doubt that anyone would attempt to claim the opposite. Nowadays, if an original film without any intentions of creating a new saga of sequels, prequels, and spin-offs, ends up with the slightest commercial and financial success, it's only a matter of time before rumors of follow-up movies become a reality. The horror franchise Scream rising from the ashes is hardly a surprise, but its return last year (with the entry titled Scream from directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler Gillett) was so well received that many – myself included – consider it the best sequel in the franchise. One year later, does Scream VI live up to expectations or does it fail to capitalize on the wave of enthusiasm that its predecessor created?
Gross Creature Feature 'The Tank' Trailer Starring Luciane Buchanan
"It's knows we're here." Well Go USA has revealed an official trailer for a new monster movie horror thriller titled The Tank, made by a New Zealand filmmaker named Scott Walker (who last directed The Frozen Ground in 2013). This will be arriving in US theaters at the end of April. After mysteriously inheriting an abandoned coastal property, Ben and his family accidentally unleash an ancient, long-dormant creature that terrorized the entire region—including his own ancestors—for generations. The film features a nasty-looking slimy monster that was designed as a practical "creature suit" by the incredible team from Weta Workshop. Starring Luciane Buchanan, Matthew Whelan, Zara Nausbaum, Regina Hegemann, Jack Barry, and Holly Shervey. The crew also features Crawl composer Max Aruj creating the score. With the tease at the beginning about axolotl, the monster seems like a giant mutant salamander - or axolotl. Looks freaky.
Final Trailer for Horror 'Scream VI' - Slashing into Theaters This Week
"Did you miss me…?" Paramount has unveiled one final official trailer for Scream VI, which is opening in theaters nationwide this week. Who's ready?! Do you have your tickets yet?? Following the latest Ghostface killings (in Scream), the four young survivors leave Woodsboro behind and start a fresh chapter. This one brings the mayhem to New York City, as a new killer pops up in this metropolis wreaking havoc and going after these same people. Melissa Barrera, Jasmin Savoy Brown, Mason Gooding, Jenna Ortega, Hayden Panettiere, and Courteney Cox return to their roles in the franchise, with Jack Champion, Henry Czerny, Liana Liberato, Dermot Mulroney, Devyn Nekoda, Tony Revolori, Josh Segarra, and Samara Weaving. Reviews are pretty good so far - especially if you're a fan of this slasher franchise, this sounds like it'll be a blast as it's made for the fans. Tons of critic quotes in this final trailer to hype it up.
Home Invasion Horror 'The Wrath of Becky' Teaser with Lulu Wilson
"I'm supposed to believe that a little girl is doing all of this on her own." An quick trailer has been released for the home invasion revenge horror film The Wrath of Becky, from filmmakers Matt Angel & Suzanne Coote. The film is actually a sequel to the 2020 film Becky (described as a "drive-in sensation"), and actress Lulu Wilson returns to star as the titular character. Two years after she escaped a violent attack on her family, Becky attempts to rebuild her life in the care of an older woman - a kindred spirit named Elena. But when a group known as the "Noble Men" break in, attack them, and take her beloved dog, Diego, Becky must return to her old ways to protect herself and her loved ones. The cast also includes Seann William Scott, Denise Burse, Jill Larson, Courtney Gains, Michael Sirow, Aaron Dalla Villa, Matt Angel, and Kate Siegel. This is premiering in the Midnighters section at the 2023 SXSW Film Festival in a few weeks - with this trailer debuting to build up some buzz, even though it doesn't show much. But it does look gnarly.
One Final US Trailer for Epic Monster Movie 'The Lake' from Thailand
"Monster. Will. Rise." Epic Pictures is about to release the Thai monster movie titled The Lake (เดอะเลค), a horror thriller from director Lee Thongkham, and co-directed by Aqing Xu. This trailer has been out for months already, but we are featuring it now just before the release. The original Thai title is บึงกาฬ or Bueng Kan, which is the real name of a province located in Northern Thailand (see Google Maps). Big things have small beginning. A small country girl finds a mysterious egg in a field and and brings it to her town. Now a giant nine-meters monster rises from the lake causing havoc just to find her egg. The movie stars Sushar Manaying, Vithaya Pansringarm, Lamyai Haithongkham, Wanmai Chatborrirak, and Teerapat Satjakul. The creature is designed by a famous monster designer named Jordu Schell, who has worked on tons of movies including Avatar, The Cabin in the Wood, Hellboy, Dawn of the Dead, and many others. We posted another trailer for this last year, but it's finally about to open in US theaters this week. Check it out.
Official Trailer for 'Malum' - A Demonic Remake of Horror 'Last Shift'
"Your daddy started something very important…" Welcome Villain has unveiled the official trailer for an indie horror film titled Malum, arriving in theaters only at the end of March. This is actually a new remake of the 2014 horror film Last Shift, made by the same filmmaker updating his own film, similar to the way Sam Raimi made Evil Dead 1 & 2. Helmed by director Anthony DiBlasi (Last Shift, Dread, Extremity) and co-written by DiBlasi and Scott Poiley (Last Shift, Missionary, Exhume), Malum re-imagines the original critically-acclaimed horror hit from the festival circuit and expands on the filmmaker's vision of nightmare-inducing terror. A rookie police officer willingly takes the last shift at a newly decommissioned police station in an attempt to uncover the mysterious connection between her police officer father's death and a vicious cult. This updated film stars Jessica Sula as Jessica Loren, with Kevin Wayne, Monroe Cline, Candice Coke, Valerie Loo, Clarke Wolfe, Natalie Victoria. This does look pretty freaky. Let the ritual begin…
Frank Grillo's Cult Thriller 'The Resurrection of Charles Manson' Trailer
"Believe me… my children are comin'." XYZ Films has revealed an official trailer for an indie horror thriller titled The Resurrection of Charles Manson, yet another Charles Manson film to go along with so many others recently. The film stars Frank Grillo as a cult leader, directed by his son Remy Grillo who's making his feature directorial debut. The film follows a young couple hoping to create an audition tape for an up-and-coming Charles Manson film. But when they choose an eclectic desert Airbnb as the perfect backdrop, the dark events of the audition slowly slip into their reality and soon they find themselves intertwined in an occult leader's sinister plot. The cast includes Will Peltz, Sarah Dumont, Jaime King, Sydelle Noel, Katherine Hughes, Alex Fine, Josh Plasse, and Kellen McAlone alongside Grillo. This will be out to watch in a few weeks. Doesn't look like it has anything new to offer, doesn't look so bad either - crazy cults.
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