The work of a first time director can be promising or dreadfully misguided. Sometimes, a director’s first film represents a good start to a promising career and other times, we are left scratching our heads and wondering how he or she will ever work again? Every once in a while, though, a first time director blows us out of the water with something totally original, bold, and completely brilliant.
One of my personal favorite horror films of 2012 was Richard Bates Jr.'s debut feature 'Excision.' Back then, I was able to interview the writer/director over on Icons Of Fright to get a bit more insight into this strangely unique and wonderful odd film. I was pleasantly surprised to learn that the story initially started out as a short film before becoming a feature.
There are a handful of horror films over the years that started small before they got to the chance to grow bigger... here's a look at ten of those cinematic success stories.
Today we shine the spotlight on a handful of horror titles that may have passed you by... but are most certainly worth your time.
Regardless of what department they work in, everyone at FEARnet loves scary movies. So we asked the entire company to help us pick the best fright flicks of the year.
Anchor Bay announced the coming-of-age gorefest will be hitting shelves October 16 on Blu-Ray and DVD for your viewing pleasure along with new cover art and stomach-turning stills.