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Redwood Massacre: Annihilation

Redwood Massacre: Annihilation is the highly anticipated horror flick due for release later this month.

Horror icon Danielle Harris (Halloween, Camp Cold Brook, Once Upon A Time… in Hollywood) comes up against the axe-wielding maniac of Redwood in writer/director David Ryan Keith’s highly-anticipated sequel to The Redwood Massacre!

With the release only a few weeks away, a new trailer has surfaced which is sure to excite horror fans everywhere.

Check it out here

Synopsis

A stranger obsessed with the unsolved Redwood murders, convinces a group of bereaved family members to venture into the wilderness in hope of proving the existence of the infamous killer. Their quest for truth sees a sinister turn of events, as the hunters become the hunted. A blood-soaked fight for survival ensues when they find that the tales of the axe-wielding maniac are very real.

Redwood Massacre: Annihilation is available On Demand and DVD October 20, 2020

Fans of the original are definitely in for a treat with this one. Check out our review here

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Noise in the middle

Terror Films has acquired the worldwide digital rights to Marcus McCollum’s feature film debut, “NOISE IN THE MIDDLE”.

Synopsis

After the sudden death of his wife Sara, Richard, a grieving and emotionally ill-equipped father, is left on his own to care for his severely, non-verbal autistic daughter Emmie. Before her death Sara had arranged for Emmy to partake in an experimental therapy and rented a house near the facility where the treatments would take place. Little does Richard know the house has a haunted history.

While Richard struggles with his wife’s death he soon realizes he has no patience, skills, or even any empathy to deal with Emmie’s condition and begins to find solace in drinking and drugs.  As the spirits in the house grow restless,  so does the noise in Emmie’s head, awakening her psychic abilities along with Richard’s personal demons. When visions of his dead wife begin to appear, Richard is convinced she has returned to help him. But is the spirit really his wife or something more sinister sent to take them both?

Written by McCollum and Glen Kannon, the film stars John Mese  Tara Buck and Tom Konkle. Juliette Jeffers and Jim Holmes also star, as well as Faye Hostetter as Emmie. The film was produced by McCollum and Mark Conley under their Whiskey Tango Films production shingle.

Noise in the middle

The film makes its exclusive, worldwide premiere on the premium AVOD Horror Channel, Kings of Horror Thursday, October 29th. It will include a live stream chat with the filmmakers and several cast members. It will remain on the platform exclusively for 6 weeks before launching onto multiple digital platforms beginning Friday, December 11th.

The distributor is giving horror fans a sneak peek by releasing the Official Trailer, Poster and several stills in advance!

About Terror Films

Terror Films officially launched in 2016 with a mere 7 films in its catalogue and has since amassed a diverse library of films available in over 60 countries across 20 platforms (and growing). Their films have been acquired by Shudder, Netflix, Pantaya, Screambox and many others. The indie label has quickly grown into one of the most respected and recognizable digital distributors in the genre space. 
To learn more, visit:

Official Website
Official Facebook Page

About Kings of Horror

Founded in 2015, Kings of Horror quickly became the most visited and subscribed channel for full-length horror movies on YouTube with over 1 million subscribers and growing.

To learn more, visit:
Official Facebook Page
Official Channel

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To coincide with our competition giving away a free SIGNED copy of Her Infernal Name & Other Nightmares, we interviewed Robert P. Ottone to find out about his writing influences, motivations and more!

Check it out.

How did your interest in writing start? 

I’ve always been writing something in SOME form. I started as a little kid with comic books on sketchbooks of paper my mom used to make for me at her job, then in school, I wrote short stories, children’s books, etc.

What made you choose horror?

Horror, I find, is the most therapeutic of all genres. I think it’s really healthy to put one’s worries or fears or whatever on “paper” and work through them over the course of a narrative.

Her Infernal Name and Other Nightmares contains an array of themes and topics. Where do you draw your inspiration?

This particular collection came out of the everyday fears I harbor, some of which I continue to have, others, through writing, have been expelled into the world. I’ve always been interested in that weird intersection of ancient demonology, modern sensibility and the outcome of that, so, I played with ancient themes in a modern context for some of the stories in there.

What’s next on your agenda? Another anthology or a novel next?

I recently started the second draft of a YA science fiction-horror novel, which is the possible first in a trilogy. After that, I’m going to be starting my first full-length horror novel. I also have a bunch of stories coming out in some really exciting collections this year and next.

As a published author, what advice would you give to those just starting out?

Don’t be afraid to ask established authors questions. For example, I reached out to a bunch of writers I respect and admire, and they were incredibly gracious with their time and words so don’t think that because someone is a “big deal” that they are also unreasonable or whatever. The horror community, especially, I’ve found, is quite wonderful and diverse.

When you’re not writing what are you generally doing?

Usually thinking about writing. Spending time with my girlfriend. Smoking cigars with friends. Teaching, too. But I’m usually thinking about writing.

If you were to set a goal for your future what would it be?

I would like to get more reading in. I’ve been slowly making my way through two wonderful books, one a collection, the other, a modern ghost story, and I’m loving them both, but with all of my commitments, it’s proving remarkably difficult.

And finally, who is your favourite horror icon?

That’s a fun question! I’m going to cheat and answer this three ways.

  1. Movie Character Horror Icon: Michael Myers
  2. Movie Filmmaker Horror Icon: William Friedkin
  3. Horror Author Icon: Brian Evenson

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