Category Archives: Movies and Film Reviews

Sean Brown And Luke Gosling’s Brit Bloodfest “Blood Myth” Spooks Digital And Disc This November

From High Octane Pictures a frightening rural spookfest in the vein of Midsommar. A journalist desperately tries to find his missing fiancée and finally uncover the truth behind a sinister folklore, leading him down a dangerous road of discovery.

Jonathan McClean, Anna Dawson, and Hannah Chalmers star in Blood Myth, available 11/5 from Galen Christy’s High Octane Pictures.


Killer-Thriller “The Dark Place” Gets Theatrical Release In New York And Los Angeles

Acclaimed psychological thriller “The Dark Place,” directed by Jody Wheeler, will hit the big screen in New York (Oct. 18-24) and L.A (Nov 9).

Starring Blaise Godbe Lipman, Timo Descamps, Sean Paul Lockhart, and Eddy Rioseco, the strikingly-shot, edge-of-the-seat thriler film tells of a young man who returns to California’s wine valley to make peace with his estranged family, and finds a mystery that endangers the lives of the people he love.

The Unimaginable Horror Stories Of “One Night In October” Drop October 15!

The Purge meets Creepshow in Wild Eye Releasing’s “One Night in October,” coming to DVD and Digital October 15.

On a single night in October, three stories interweave as three different groups face unimaginable horror.

Jessica Morgan, Casey Norman, and Rachel Netherton star in a Christopher M.Carter film.

The Wildest, Sexiest Foreign Film Of The Year “Just Sex, Nothing Personal” Hits US theaters October 23!

Ukrainian romantic comedy “Just Sex, Nothing Personal” comes to North America this October.
From director Olga Ryashina, and starring Roman Lutskiy, Angelika Nikolaeva, Natalya Mazur, Sergey Pritula, and Andrey Danilko, the Artist Rights Distribution release makes out with L.A theater screens 10/23.
When a sweet, unassuming gentleman proposes marriage to his girlfriend and she responds by telling him that he’s not good enough in bed, his world almost falls apart. Broken-hearted, Serhiy makes a bold decision to Prague to spend New Year’s Eve with his wild friend, Vasyl, to learn from the best. After a night of failures in a strip club he accidentally meets a sympathetic stripper who promises to help him to become a superhero in the bedroom. However, his ex-girlfriend stands in the path to his new life.

The US premiere will be on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 7:30pm at Cinemark 18 & XD — 6081 Center Dr, Los Angeles, CA, United States, 90045

“Animal Among Us” Gets North American Release This November!

This November, Christian Oliver (“Sense8”, House of Good & Evil) and Larisa Oleynik (“Mad Men”, 10 Things I Hate About You) come face to face with hirsute terror in John Woodruff’s highly-anticipated horror throwback, Animal Among Us.

Fifteen years ago, two teenage girls were murdered at Merrymaker Campgrounds. The case was filed as an animal attack, the camp was condemned, and the killer never found. But something horrific still waits in those woods, ready to kill again.
Don Frye, Christine Donlon, Jonathan Murphy, Erin Daniels, Heather Tom, Jasmine Dustin, and Whitney Davis star in a film by John Woodruff. Written by Jonathan Murphy. Produced by Murphy, Woodruff and Cara Kidwell.

Friday the 13th meets Dog Soldiers in Animal Among Us, available on VOD and DVD November 19 from Uncork’d Entertainment.

“The Dwelling” Arrives On Digital And DVD November 26

A frightening futon rears its springs this November in Black Fawn Films’ The Dwelling, on Digital and DVD November 26 from Uncork’d Entertainment.

Four people find themselves stuck on a haunted antique bed where leaving means suffering a gruesome death. Plagued with frightening hallucinations, they must figure out the bed’s secrets before they are ultimately picked off one by one.

Directed by Jeff Maher, and written by Maher and Cody Calahan, The Dwelling features a hot young cast including Slasher’s Alysa King and Gwenlyn Cumyn (“Barbelle”).

Continue Initiative Announces Winners Screenplay “Subject” Will Be A Feature Film

SUBJECT, written by Los Angeles native Vincent Befi, will be the next film from award-winning Australian filmmaker Tristan Barr.

Barr’s most recent film Watch This Sunset, which he co-directed with Michael Gosden and shot in just one take, is one of the most celebrated Australian films of the decade.

Barr and David Gim will produce SUBJECT under their Continuance Pictures label.

The complex, frightening story of a prison inmate chosen to participate in a secretive government study, SUBJECT was originally submitted to Continuance Pictures for a short film initiative they were running called ‘Continue’. Producers Barr and Gim saw something even greater than a short within the high-concept screenplay and approached Befi about a feature version.

Australian actor Stephen Phillips (TV’s “The Leftovers”, “Winners & Losers”) will headline the film, with Gabriel Seow, Cecilia Low and Barr co-starring.

“Stephen is the perfect fit. He’s exceedingly talented and yet to really break out, which is what you want in actors for a found footage project like this,” says Barr.

SUBJECT will be shot in Melbourne, Australia later this year and is expected for a 2020 release date.

Continuance Pictures selected the following screenplays to be the winners of the first Continue Short Film Initiative:

Take-Off by Joel Fleming – This fun caper follows Jules, a young Aboriginal juvenile carrying out community service at an aged care facility run by the authoritarian Ms. Martz. Jules befriends an ex-pole-vaulter resident, and they plan a daring escape.

A Mind Alike by Caitlin Milne – A leading tech company create a micro-device for the human mind, capturing and storing memory upwards of 20 years. While the product is revered, we find that not all is as it seems when battling amnesia, a young female struggles to piece together her fragmented memory, only to discover that it may not be her own.

Continuance Pictures will work with these budding filmmakers to shoot their short and to promote it around the world. The winning shorts are scheduled to be shot later in 2019 and 2020.

“Our aim was to establish a platform for Australian talent and provide opportunities for emerging filmmakers everywhere,” Continuance co-founder David Gim says. “These filmmakers can gain so much from this experience. We can’t wait to start shooting.”

Continuance Pictures is a leading film production company based in Melbourne and Brisbane, Australia. Continuance strives to support emerging filmmakers in their pursuit of innovative, creative and humbly bold films that matter.