This November, warm up the eggnog, slap on a silly jumper and gather around the TV for the enchantingly frightening tale of an ancient elf doll that comes to life and terrorizes an unsuspecting family in Uncork’d Entertainment’s The Elf!
If Pennywise warmed the cockles of your heart, and if you feel Chucky is the gift that keeps on giving, reward yourself with some quality time with The Elf!
The Elf Synopsis:
Nick is haunted by night terrors stemming from a tragic murder he saw when he was young. After inheriting an old toy shop, he discovers a cursed elf doll sealed inside an ancient chest with a naughty list of his family’s names written on it. He soon discovers that the elf was an evil conduit meant to unleash a supernatural killing spree during the Christmas Holidays by whoever set it free.
Natassia Halabi – Victoria Gabriel Miller – Nick Lassiter Holmes – John Lisa May – Tiffany Viviana Ozuna – Lauri Joseph Daniel Ellis – Jeremiah
A group of young film students run into real-life zombies while filming a horror movie of their own.
Todd Schroeder – Brody Laura de Carteret – Bree Amy Lalonde – Tracy Thurman Martin Roach – Stranger Joshua Close – Jason Creed Joe Dinicol – Eliot Stone Michelle Morgan – Debra Moynihan Shawn Roberts – Tony Ravello
By no means one of my favorite Of The Dead movies but still better than most zombie flicks.
The film starts off with a bunch of students and their professor from the University of Pittsburgh filming a horror movie in the forest. They hear a news report on the TV about the dead coming back to life and walking. They aren’t sure at first if the report is real or fake but two of the students decide to leave and head for saftey. Jason, the one filming the horror movie decides to head to the dormitory to find his girlfriend Debra.
After Jason find Debra she repeatedly tries to contact her family with no luck. The group of students and the professor head to the town of Scranton to check on Debrah’s family. On the way there Mary sees a car wreck and ends up running over a cop and three zombies trying to escape the scene. After driving for awhile the thought of the 3 people/zombies Mary ran over really start to get to her, she starts to question if they were alive or dead. Mary finally stops the van and gets out and tells everyone she needs air and to clear her head. While she is away from the group she ends up pulling a gun out and shoots herself. Her friends rush her to the nearest hospital were they quickly realize the dead are up and walking around. The group realize they will have to fight to survive to get to Debra’s parent’s house.
Will the group make it? Will they even survive the night? This is a must watch zombie film for any Romero fan.
From High Octane Pictures, the studio that brought you Clowntergeist and The Answer, comes another workout for your goosebumps, Sightings out 11/7.
When former Sheriff and skeptic of the paranormal, Tom Mayfield (Boo Arnold), encounters three dead bodies on his TX ranch, he must enlist the help of his conspiracy-theorist brother-in-law (Rawn Erickson II), a local surveillance expert (Dante Basco), and a renowned cryptozoologist (Stephanie Drapeau), in order to uncover who or what is behind these mysterious events.
While being pursued by the local detective (Kevin Sizemore) as a lead suspect for these deaths, Tom is forced to reconsider his preconceived ideas of what lies beyond our planet.
Ultimately, he must mend the estranged relationship with his daughter (Tahlia Morgan) and come to grips with the truth of his missing wife (Tiffany Heath), as he discovers the importance of community in survival and the belief in the unseen.
Dante Basco – Akiro Nagi Kevin Sizemore – Detective Brendan Pitney Boo Arnold – Tom Mayfield Tahlia Morgan – Hannah Mayfield Rawn Erickson – Rickey Haggard Jason J. Lewis – Deputy Brian LeMoine Stephanie Drapeau – Rebecca Otis Tiffany Heath – Lillian Haggard Mayfield