Beast: A Monster Among Men (2013): A Macabre Review.

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Earlier in the month I posted some news about Beast: A Monster Among Men regarding it’s released On Demand.  So it was inevitable that I follow up with an actual review and see how it measures up.  There’s certainly not much to measure budget-wise, as it only has an estimated budget of $20,000.  Hearing such low numbers often pique my interest, mainly to see how resourceful those behind the making of the movies can be.  Let’s talk about the story, shall we? Continue reading

Necropolis News: BAD MILO! Now on demand – Check out this alternative poster!

Bad Milo PosterDirected by Jacob Vaughan.  Starring Ken Marino, Gillian Jacobs, Patrick Warburton, Mary Kay Place, Stephen Root and Peter Stormare.

Duncan’s (Ken Marino) life is a real pain in the ass. Tormented by a manipulative, crooked boss (Patrick Warburton), a nagging mother (Mary Kay Place), a deadbeat new age dad (Stephen Root), and a sweet, yet pressuring, wife (Gillian Jacobs), his mounting stress starts to trigger an insufferable gastrointestinal reaction. Continue reading

Necropolis News: Maxim Media International Acquires “Deadly Presence”

Deadly Presence-2What Kills You Makes You Stronger!

Maxim Media International, a worldwide distributor of independent horror films has acquired Deadly Presence for worldwide distribution. Plans are underway to release the film on DVD and Video On Demand with the North America imprint Brain Damage Films. Official artwork and release dates are coming soon! Continue reading

Necropolis News: Acort International Acquires “Quite A Conundrum” For Worldwide Distribution.


Sex, drums, tequila, social networking, a pirate, morning after pills, Jesus and a gun… It’s one hot mess! 

Acort International, one of the top distributors of independent films in the global marketplace, has recently acquired the dark horror/comedy “Quite A Conundrum” for world-wide distribution. Distribution plans are currently in consideration which will include a North American DVD on the indie-horror label Midnight Releasing and cable/satellite/internet VOD run as well as being showcased at this year’s 2013 American Film Market. Continue reading

Darkest Night (2013): A Macabre Review.

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Well, here we are again.  Today I’m reviewing the first found-footage style movie I’ve watched in a little while.  While there are a few FF movies that aren’t so great, I’ve always been a fan of the style overall.  Darkest Night  was just released last month, so I took it upon myself to see how it fares.  With a budget of approximately 125k, and filmed in the Philippines, it sounded like it had potential.  Let’s get to it, shall we? Continue reading

An American Ghost Story (2013): A Macabre Review.

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Greetings once again horror fiends.  Today I’ll be going in a very low-budget direction.  I’ll be looking at “An American Ghost Story,” directed by Derek Cole.  Filmed on a meager budget of approx $10,000, and filmed in Cole’s own house, I was curious to see how effective it was at delivering the scares.  So allow me once again to fill you in on what happens, and what I think about what happens. Continue reading

Necropolis News: Official Artwork and Release Date for Amnesiac!

AmnesiacKeyArt“Amnesiac”will be available via Video On Demand September 1st and DVD November 5th!

About the film:

A blend of supernatural horror and psychological drama, Amnesiac counts the cost of loss, guilt and reckless desperation as we delve into the life of one deeply disturbed young woman and the afterlife of one equally disturbed dead man. Continue reading