Fango got the scoop from DVD outfit Synapse Films that it has picked up THE DORM THAT DRIPPED BLOOD, the 1982 slasher feature that marked the film debut of actress Daphne Zuniga.
Fango heard from Gene Mazza, the DecayNY FX artist who’s about to get started on special makeup for the fright feature JOB. He’ll be working alongside veteran artist John Carl Buechler on the Graymatter Films production, to be directed by John Gray.
Is Italian horror cinema really dead? Directors Lamberto Bava, Sergio Stivaletti and Ruggero Deodato have been struggling to make a fright anthology since 2008; genre legend Dario Argento can’t even get his latest picture GIALLO properly released; and in the last 15 years, only singer/director Federico Zampaglione’s SHADOWS has shown a clear personal vision and interesting take on the genre. And Jonathan Zarantonello, director of the new chiller THE BUTTERFLY ROOM, had to leave his homeland in order to make his movie, from which you can see a few exclusive behind-the-scenes photos after the jump.
We first broke the news yesterday about the impending DVD release of a biker-horror opus called HARD RIDE TO HELL, and now we’ve got some exclusive and grisly photos from it to share. See them, along with the cover art, after the jump!
Yes, you read that right. And this is even funnier than Nicolas Cage karate-kicking Leelee Sobieski in the WICKER remake. Click past the jump to get the link!
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