TRIPLE FEATURE HORROR EXTRAVAGANZA from the prolific Jessica Cameron

TRIPLE FEATURE HORROR EXTRAVAGANZA from the prolific Jessica Cameron

Jessica Cameron and Jonathan Scott Higgins (Truth or Dare) are preparing for their triple feature cross-country horror project with the feature film MANIA and the documentary Kill the Production Assistant. They are pleased to announce their collaboration with filmmaker Ryan M. Andrews (Save Yourself, S.I.C.K) with his feature film, Desolation. MANIA was written by Higgins … Continue reading

Lizzie Borden’s Revenge (2013)

Lizzie Borden’s Revenge (2013)

A quick experiment: go and turn on all the lights in your house. I would lay good money on the fact that, as you walk round, everything is pretty brightly lit. Sadly, if you lived in the sorority house in “Lizzie Borden’s Revenge”, everywhere in the house that’s not your living room would be engulfed … Continue reading

Renegade: Opening credits, in appreciation of

Renegade: Opening credits, in appreciation of

Opening credits are special. The art of the opening credits has expanded exponentially since the standard of simple title cards with an orchestral accompaniment in the formative days of cinema. A major change with the advent of developing technologies and heightened creativity was the addition of imagery behind or interspersed with the text to give … Continue reading

Reel Baseball – Deadball (2011)

Reel Baseball – Deadball (2011)

Japan seems to enjoy making sport movies unlike any other country on earth. Not for them the drama and warm-hearted redemption stories of American sport movies (although that might be just the ones they decide to export). Thanks to Sushi Typhoon Films, we get to watch lunacy like this. Right away, you’re plunged into the … Continue reading

Beyond Sherwood Forest (2009)

Beyond Sherwood Forest (2009)

I live about 25 miles from Sherwood Forest, and have visited the mythical “Major Oak” plenty of times. The only real benefit to me is being able to identify when they’re filming in some Eastern European fern-filled wood rather than Sherwood itself; but it’s fun to see what is, to me, a local legend, being … Continue reading