This micro budget, indie, horror anthology from Nebraska is a great example of what is right in the world of indie cinema. The folks at Dead Lantern took their time, over 4 years, an extremely limited budget and made the absolute most of it. Utilizing their talented cast, make up, location, and simple effects to create ten short films which successfully draw the audience into their world and keep them captivated through their stylistically diverse film. Continue reading →
Our heroes: Cole (the troubled leader), Kyle (pretty sure his special power is his foul language), Aaron (ninja extraordinaire), and Alex (with all new super mind powers), have continued the fight against evil. Now, in the face of their greatest foes, they must team up with former villain, Eric, and his brother Randall (who, if you recall, was the magician in the first film that created our favorite Ninjas). Together, they must battle the Old Ones, the original immortal monsters from which all others descended.
The Ninjas are back! Well, they never actually went away, they have continued to fight the forces of evil incognito. When the Ninjas rescue Aaron and Alex, and things don’t quite go as planned, they quickly realize that the only solution is to join forces against the vampires. Continue reading →
Hall Baltimore, a novelist, goes to a book signing in a small town and finds himself drawn into a murder mystery by the local sheriff. That night, he dreams of a beautiful young girl. Every night, the dreams progress, each step closer to solving the murder, and closer to finding the end of his new book. Continue reading →
Detective Raymond Pope discovers his wife is missing. As he learns where she went and tries to discover what happened, he meets the mysterious and seductive Elizabeth Kane. Pope soon finds himself drawn into something deeply sinister and his own questionable morals being used against him. Continue reading →
A is for Apocalypse… F is for Fart… W is for WTF? This anthology film has 26 different tales from 26 different directors each assigned a letter of the alphabet on which to base their shorts. All of which have one thing in common: a way to die. Continue reading →