A blog about horror movies that take place during Halloween or fall season and where to watch them. With posts containing movie news, trailers, official posters, fan art, poster collections, stills/screen captures, reviews, video mixtapes, short films, and vhs, dvd, blu-ray, 4K uhd covers.

Friday, July 28, 2017

HELL NIGHT (1981) Poster, Trailer, Screencaps, Review

Animated Gifs/Screencaps (spoilers below):

iMDb.com SYNOPSIS: Four college pledges are forced to spend the night in a deserted old mansion where they get killed off one by one by the monstrous surviving members of a family massacre years earlier for trespassing on their living grounds.

Hell Night is an early 80's teen slasher that takes place in a Gothic mansion & creepy tunnels beneath the house, has an eerie killer and delivers suspense instead of the usual nudity and gore (that is not over the top) seen in later slasher films. A fun little 1981 horror flick from one of the producers of Halloween (1978) and starring Linda Blair. Though Halloween is never mentioned, everyone is dressed up in costumes so I like to think the film takes place on All Hallows Eve.


Hell Night (1981) Review&Brew by YouTuber diyhomebrewguy:

Hell Night (1981) movie memorabilia by YouTube user hysteria1969. Including the UK quad, Japanese programme and flyer, Mexican lobby cards, the Pakistani poster plus more:

Check out Hell Night (1981) VHS and DVD
covers that I posted here last year.

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WHERE TO WATCH Hell Night (1981):

Trade Ad:

UK Quad Poster:

Pakistan Poster:

Japanese Posters:

Spanish Poster:

Orange and Black Poster:

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

CineFix presents HALLOWEEN (1978) in 8-Bit Cinema

Get ready for Halloween with a digital dose of Michael Myers in glorious 8-bit arcade form. Who would have thought that all of the killing in the classic 1978 horror film "Halloween" could be interpreted as "Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!" Directed by Norwood Cheek, animation by Raz Mergian, music and titles by Norwood Cheek.

8 Bit is the third generation of video gaming started in 1983 with the Japanese release of the Nintendo Family Computer and Sega. Youtuber Cinefix's 8-bit Cinema videos "gamifies" your favorite Hollywood Blockbusters into 80's arcade and NES inspired action! Watch more 8-bit Cinema here.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

DEL PLAYA (2015) Official Trailer, Posters and Stillls

From the official press release:
Terror Films is set to release the indie thriller DEL PLAYA across multiple digital platforms in North America on Friday, July 21st. More info about the film after the synopsis and trailer below.

IMDb.com SYNOPSIS: Matthew (Alan Ayala) is routinely abused by his stepfather. He has a crush on Claire (Devon Barnes) during high school. His love for Claire rides a fine line between persistence and obsession. And when, Matthew is jumped by her boyfriend, things turn violent. Five years go by and Claire discovers that her high school stalker has returned for her.


The film has been surrounded by controversy from the moment the filmmakers released a trailer on YouTube in 2015. There were claims made by several people, who saw the trailer, that the movie was based on college student Elliot Rodger. In 2014, Rodger killed six other students and wounded 14 others, in Isla Vista. Then, he killed himself. The controversy became so heated that a petition was created on Change.org by a former UCSB student, garnering approximately 30,000 signatures. The petition was a protest of the film. Meanwhile, major publications such as Variety and The Huffington Post reported on the controversy.

Writer/Director Shaun Hart admits that, while there may be similarities to the actual events that took place in 2013, this story is not based specifically on that incident. “I was completely blindsided by the Elliot Rodger story – another devastating tragedy in a long lineage of mass shootings,” Hart says. “The only difference for me was that I lived on that street where Elliot’s rampage ultimately ended. ”

When asked about his motivations regarding making the film, Hart said: “storytelling is powerful. Being a filmmaker, I began to put the question – why does this keep happening year after year? – into a story because I believe that’s a way that we can learn. We have to come to grips with the fact that – as a society – something is changing. There is a very real darkness descending on our country that is more frightening than any imaginary monster we can manufacture in a horror film. That’s what this film is about.”

As part of his effort to be socially responsible, Hart has decided that a portion of the film’s profits will go to Arts for Humanity! Arts for Humanity! is a non-profit based in Santa Barbara, California. Founded in 1997, this group empowers low income at-risk youth, people with disabilities and the elderly through participatory performing and visual arts programs. They bring opportunities in the creative arts directly to marginalized community members through art programs that are provided to social service agencies through Santa Barbara County.

Terror Films will release the film across multiple digital platforms, in North America. The film will release in the U.S. and Canada. Digital Platforms hosting the release include: iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play/You Tube, Sony PSN, X-Box, Vudu, Steam, Vimeo On Demand, Roku (Free Flix Tonight, 24 Hour Movie Channel, Free Grindhouse Flix Tonight), I Bleed Indie, Tubi TV and many others. Automatic Entertainment, the distributor’s official foreign sales partner, will begin introducing the film to foreign buyers at the AFM this November.

Stills released by Terror Films:

Stills from Del Playa's Facebook page: