|release date||November 25 1933|
|director||T. Hayes Hunter|
|starring||Boris Karloff, Cedric Hardwicke, Ernest Thesiger, Dorothy Hyson, Anthony Bushell|
Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill! and Someone’s Knocking at the Door director Chad Ferrin’s 2003 film The Ghouls – described by Variety as a “no-budget horror opus” – is now streaming for free on YouTube! The film is about a freelance videographer (Timothy Muskatell) who specializes in capturing the seamier side of Los Angeles, and uncovers a gang of flesheaters who dwell in the city’s darkest corners. Click here to view the film. Also check out B-D’s reviews of both Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill! and Someone’s Knocking at the Door. (more…) READ MORE
Now filming in the Los Angeles area is the indie horror flick Chop, the directorial debut of genre veteran Trent Haaga (writer of Deadgirl and long time Troma actor/writer). Chop, which stars Tanishaa Mukherji, Billy Bakshi, Malaya Manson, Trent Haaga and Timothy Muskatell, centers on a seemingly innocent young couple, forced by a psychotic stranger to confront their duplicitous past. It’s a revenge thriller with a comedic edge in the tradition of Fargo and Oldboy. Bloody Disgusting’s Chris Eggertsen took a trip down to the set to spend a day watching filming., You can read about his escapades beyond the break! (more…) READ MORE
Freshman screenwriter Sam Esmail has been hired to adapt the long delayed children’s comic The Ghouly Boys for Mandate Pictures, who picked up the rights back in 2006. The spooky and comical graphic-novel series is about a quartet of young monster outcasts and their efforts to fit in. Written and drawn by the single-named artist Christopher (Higginson), “Ghouly” was published in 2004 by Slave Labor Graphics. Esmail’s script will follow two friends — a young boy looking to contact his dead father and a young zombie seeking a way to come back to life — who set off on an adventure.
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