Based on true events taken place in 1991, The Appearing looks interesting. The priest conducted his very first demon exorcism; but it proves to be his last. Spotlight Pictures brings us The Appearing and it is now in post production. The Appearing is directed by Daric Gates and stars Dean Cain, Will Wallace, Don Swayze, and Quinton Aaron.
Paranormal Whacktivity is a new horror comedy. Right about now anything could be better than the over hyped A Haunted House. Check out the trailer and poster for this upcoming movie.
Director Kimble Rendall (Bait 3D) is a master of nature running rampant. Check out the sales art and synopsis for yourself.
Speak No Evil is about a single mother who fights hard to keep her daughter from demonically possessed children. Did I mention that the town is also a little crazy? The poster looks good and weird which is always a good mix.
Alex Karpovsky’s Rubberneck will be available for VOD and a limited theater release. Teddy Blanks designed this poster art for the Tribeca Film Festival. VOD starts February 19, 2013 and the theater release will start February 22, 2013.
The Culling is story of college friends who encounter dark forces at a remote farmhouse. Written and directed by Rustam Branaman. Silver Lining Media Group financed the film in conjunction with Gold Star Films and Dro Entertainment.
Guillermo del Toro‘s is one of my favorite directors and I can’t wait to see Pacific Rim. Guillermo pays careful attention to scale and details. Check out the new photos for a little more into the horror sci-fi movie. Pacific Rim will be in theaters this upcoming July 12, 2013.
Brad Anderson’s the Call official one sheet poster is here. Halle Berry does look gripping. Check out The Call in theaters this upcoming March 15, 2013. Starring in The Call is Halle Berry, Michael Eklund, Justina Machado, Abigail Breslin, Tara Platt, Evie Thompson, David Otunga, Michael Imperioli, Morris Chestnut, and Michael Linstr.