Fleshrot: Tales from the Dead
Book OneA review of "Deadtime Stories" featuring Misty Graves
Written by John Pearson & Daniel LynchIllustrated by Dave CookISBN 0-9741229-0-4Year Published: 2003Published By Frightworld Studioswww.fleshrot.comReview by: Mark
Written by: John Overbey
Produced by: Robb Vankike, Darla Enlow, and Marc Page
Directed by: Darla Enlow
Cinematography and Editing by: Darla Enlow
Featuring: Dru Callis, Alicia Jenkins, Judy Charles, Darla Enlow, Marc Page, Andrew Lombardo, Danielle Britton, Larry Scott, Scott Killman, Robert Snow, Deseree Cook, Ryan Cole, Erin McCormick
Next Monkey Productions
In a world where horror and film are both dominated by men, there stand three women who defy this backwards way of imagining horror films. In a city filled with pretentious and ridiculous filmmakers who continually put out crap starring Julia Roberts and Hilary Duff and make us want to vomit, there stand three cool chicks who give us what we want; days on end of new, terrifying, frightening, and fun horror films...
Denise Gossett: The Los Angeles Horror/Science Fiction Film Festival & Screenplay Competition
Written and Directed by Takashi Shimizu
Featuring Sarah Michelle Gellar, Bill Pullman, Clea DuVall, Kadee Strickland, Ted Raimi and Takako Fuji
Produced by Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert Sony PicturesReview by Andrew Shearer
Like most longtime fans of Japanese horror films, I was bothered by the news that they were remaking the classic RINGU back in 2002 for American audiences. After all, the original was certainly scary enough to jolt anyone from anywhere in the world. Everybody is afraid of ghosts, no matter what language you speak, right? Right. But I gave in and checked out Gore Verbinski's THE RING, and I actually liked it more. It retained the creepiness of the Japanese version, but added the extra big boost, loudness and tight editing that my MTV-generation ass responds to the most. That, and Naomi Watts is the shit...
Alexandre Aja (Director & Writer) and Gregory Levasseur (Writer) talk about their startlingly violent film, (called Switchblade Romance in Britain, High Tension in the united States, and Haute Tension in its native France). At the same time it's a slasher film, a brutal thriller, and deeply moving tragedy. Of course, it packs a mean punch and has a violent twist like any good modern horror film. Cecile de France stars in the film and presents a very different image of women in horror.
While Amber Benson has some very impressive film credits under her belt “ making her debut in Stephen Soderberg's KING OF THE HILL, and moving on to appear inTHE PRIME GIG alongside Ed Harris, the notorious
lost film' DON'S PLUM with Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire, TABOO with Nick Stahl and most recently,
completing EL INTERMEDIO with Edward Furlong “ she is best known for her role as