Latin Horror: There Will be Sangre!
“There Will be Sangre!
Being Latino myself, I’m a fan of the Latin horror-based website given that there are not many sites like it. Thanks to Edwin Pagan that is no longer the case.
The Latino and Spanish communities have a lot to offer in terms of horror and the macabre and what better place to showcase those various attributes and provide coverage than Latin Horror. I was thrilled to see their new promo that makes me want to just go out there and do some filming! Check out their promo below:
For more info on Latin Horror, check out their website at www.LatinHorror.com
LATIN HORROR (LH) is the first English-language website dedicated to the genre of Latin horror and features the leading Latin/Spanish/International “dark creative expressionists” working in film, theater, music, photography, illustration, graphic novels, “dark art” novelas, comic books, literature, and games—from the seasoned masters—to the up-and-coming Latin horrorphile whose work is grounded in horror, the macabre, and gothic arts.
Independent Short: Annotated
Who can refuse a good, independent horror short? Especially one that is coming from fellow horror bud Joe Lopez of The TerrorScribe Blog and TerrorScribe Mafia Films. To boot, it is shot in black and white and is inspired by horror author H.P. Lovecraft. “Annotated” is an official selection of the 2011 Unnameable Blood Bath Film Festival. View the trailer below:
A rare book dealer receives a strange book with a small note that reads only, “The world must know.” As he attempts to decipher the contents, he finds himself faced with deeper and darker levels of occult knowledge that chips at his sanity.
“Annotated”, a short film of Lovecraftian horror adapted from an original story, is the first film by a dedicated collection of first-time film makers. Calling themselves “the TerrorScribe Mafia,” the group is made up of writer/director Joe Lopez, cinematographer Keith Bates, makeup effects artist Tammy Dupal and producer Stacia Langenheder.
“Annotated” is also an official selection of the 2011 Unnameable Blood Bath Film Festival which will be held August 20th at the historic Texas Theater in Dallas, Texas.
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Man Food – Egg Salad Sandwich
For when you don’t know how to cook and the wife is not around…
Man Food – Mac N’ Cheese!
What do you get when you’re bored and hungry? You get Man Food!
Featured Short: Doppleganger!
DIRECTED BY DREW DAYWALT
doppelganger – dop•pel•gang•er – 1) a ghostly counterpart of a living person, 2) a double 3) a twin or alter ego
Featured Short: Love Hurts
Whoever thought that getting over someone you love could be so creepy?
Cast: Medi Broekman, Nasrdin Dchar, Déna Massque & Sergec Geworkan
Director: Shariff Nasr
Executive producer: Arno van Rossum
Producers: Floor Schroeijers & Robbert Bruijs
DOP: Bas Andries
Gaffer: Martin Roozeboom
Art: Paula Loos
Sound design: Michaël Sauvage
Featured Short: Next
Submitted for the Santa Barbara Minute Film Festival , this Fewdio micro-terror features a young lad in search for what seems to be hot chicks on the internet when he stumbles upon an odd character…
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Featured Short: The Residual
When an unknown virus attacks, 3 friends are forced to choose between survival and loyalty.
Halloween Fan Film: Judith
Being a huge fan of John Carpenter’s Halloween, I have been an avid fan of the fan-made movies that feature the famed (and adorable) Michael (Mikey) Myers. I was also intrigued at how fans like myself have always kept the character alive and kicking, well, killing.
Enter Judith, the latest in the fan-made movies, directed and produced by Josh Hasty, with a twist. In this film, we follow to the moments of Judith Myers up to her death. All those familiar with Judith Myers will remember her in the original film as Michael’s older sister whom he murders 5 minutes into the film as a young boy. A great concept indeed and the filmmaking looks top-notch as far as production value goes being filmed in a recreation of the original Myers house built in North Carolina by Kenny Caperton who also scribed Judith . The film will be premiering at dusk today at MyersHouseNC which will coincide with the DVD release which will be limited to only 100. I am certainly looking forward to this on and will probably pick up the DVD as well if there will be any left, that is.
TRICK-OR-TREAT! It’s Halloween day in the quiet rural community of Haddonfield, Illinois. Judith Myers and her best friend D’arcy Mims are planning a Halloween night campout at The Myers House with their friends. Judith is trying to forget the growing tensions in her family and wants to immerse herself in a carefree celebration, but her reclusive brother’s presence casts an ominous shadow over their cheerful preparations.
This short film breaths life into an often overlooked character from John Carpenter’s HALLOWEEN – Judith Myers may have only had a short appearance in the classic film, but she nevertheless played a crucial role in the forming of the Michael Myers story. Director Josh Hasty (A Mannequin in Static) and writer Kenny Caperton (the creator of The Myers House NC) join forces to reinvent a classic character in an original new story.
• Sarah Stephenson …….. Judith Myers
• Alex Fisher (The Strangers) …….. Michael Myers
• Barbara Weetman (The Notebook) …….. Deborah Myers
• Ana Gilmore (A Mannequin In Static) …….. D’arcy Mims
• Tara Nicole Azarian …….. Jamie Perry
Solo Short! “Who Goes There?”
I completely forgot to post this! Ok, so this was done on a night of SUPER boredom! I had plans for the night but a really bad storm threw them out the window. The following is a result of that night. Shot, directed, written and starring myself with a brief cameo of my wife who had no idea what I was doing while she was on the phone with a friend in the bedroom Enjoy: