Howdy everyone! I spent most of my weekend catching up on new releases with free passes scored from winning James Bond trivia at an opening night Spectre screening. Yes, I watch other types of movies too. But, back in the world of horror, here's what's been going down.
But The Rent is Great.
Here's the trailer for Breakthrough Entertainment's newest, The Sublet.
I see a couple of familiar faces in this. If anything, It'll be cool to see Tianna Nori dust off her crazy chops, last seen in Tricia Lee's Clean Break. The Sublet should see a release in 2016.
Reap The Harvest.
Scott Schirmer, the director of Found, one of my fave indie horrors of recent years, is back with a new project called Harvest Lake. It's got Tristan Risk, Ellie Church, and... tentacles? Seriously, what more do you need?
Check out the website to pre-order the limited edition Blu-ray here.
R.I.P. Gunnar Hansen 1947-2015.
I have to end on a sad note, as it has been reported that actor Gunnar Hansen has died this weekend at the age of 68.
|Gunnar Hansen 1947-2015|
The Icelandic-born actor was best known for his iconic role in Tobe Hooper's 1974 juggernaut The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but he appeared in over thirty films over the course of his fourty-year career. I was fortunate to see him in person on a few occasions, and he was larger-than-life and always seemed humbled to be a part of one of horror's true classics.
Man, this year has just been rife with losses. Time to go try and cheer myself up. Stay safe, kiddies.