Sunday, August 28, 2016

Upcoming horror movie: Blood is Blood sneak peak

Check out these trailers for the upcoming horror release Blood is Blood from Multicom Entertainment Group. The movie is scheduled to be released on Digital HD and VOD on September 1, 2016. The film is directed and written by Stuart Sauvarin and produced by Noah C. Haeussner. The movie stars Fiona Dourif (True Blood, Curse of Chucky, Dirk Gently).

SYNOPSIS:When the visions of her murderous brother begin to blur the lines between hallucination and reality, Brie (Fiona Dourif) is trapped in a struggle not just for her sanity, but for her life. Learn more about Blood is Blood here:

Check out these two trailers

A peek into the twisted world and characters of Blood Is Blood.

Here's the full trailer.

INSIDE The Strain Season 3 | FIRST LOOK | FX

Humanity is losing. No one is safe. Can the strigoi be contained? Get a FIRST LOOK at The Strain Season 3 with the cast. Premieres 8/28 on FX.

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Don't Breathe headed to $22 million opening

UPDATE 08/27/16 Variety: Don't Breathe opens to $26.1 million.

The horror genre proves to be frighteningly reliable this season as “Don’t Breathe” is the latest scary flick to have an impressive box office showing. The film, from Sony and Screen Gems, earned $10 million on Friday at 3,051 locations, and is eyeing a $22 million opening weekend.

This strong opening for “Don’t Breathe” is especially successful considering its price tag of less than $10 million. The film was produced by Steve Bersh’s Stage Six Films and distributed and marketed by Screen Gems. It debuted at SXSW and screened at Comic-Con, and currently has an 87% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

“Don’t Breathe” is about three robbers in Detroit who target a man who they think is blind and helpless, but turns out to be anything but. It is directed by Fede Alvarez and stars Jane Levy, Dylan Minnette, Daniel Zovatto and Stephen Lang.

Horror projects have shown an uncanny ability to draw crowds this year — New Line’s “The Conjuring 2” has earned over $100 million domestically and $320 million worldwide, while the same studio’s “Lights Out” has brought in a global sum of $111 million. Universal’s “The Purge: Election Year” also broke the $100 million milestone worldwide.


Sunday, August 21, 2016

Lights Out to get sequel

New Line Cinema has quickly flipped the switch on a sequel to Lights Out, the $4.9 million-budget genre film that already has grossed $27 million ($64 million now on 08/21/2106) domestically and $35 million worldwide after opening Friday. David F. Sandberg confirms he will return for an encore of his feature directorial debut. The genesis of the film was a no-budget short Sandberg made with his wife Lotta Losten back home in Sweden, and their sudden rise is an empowering tale to any aspiring filmmaker looking for evidence that miracles can happen.

Read more: New Line Sets Sequel To Fright Sensation ‘Lights Out’

Sunday, August 14, 2016

New Horror Project: Black Eyed Kids

Here at Horror Notes we are always looking for new and exciting horror projects to promote. Here is one that is on Indiegogo right now has a very interesting premise, Black Eyed Kids. Check out the synopsis and trailer below.

It's a frightening and unexplained phenomenon that causing fear across the nation. Black Eyed Kids combines the chilling true encounters with real life events to bring you a fascinating and shocking tale of corruption and survival. Part mystery, thriller, suspense & horror, Black Eyed Kids will keep you on the edge of your seat guessing to the end. Based on true events; "Cash for Kids" scandal & "Black Eyed Kids" sightings and urban legend, you will come away both terrified and alarmed.

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Help make Black Eyed Kids a reality, donate here