From Shock Till You Drop:

After Dark Films announced today that Brian Pulido’s The Graves is the first acquisition for the fourth Horrorfest.

“Brian’s background and knowledge of the horror world has served him incredibly well. He has directed a film that audiences are going to find both scary and immensely entertaining. The Graves is simply great edgy fun and we’re excited to have it as part of our line up,” says After Dark Partner/CEO Courtney Solomon.

The films stars

Clare Grant, Jillian Murray, Bill Moseley, Lamb of God singer D. Randall Blythe and Tony Todd. Grant and Murray play two inseparable sisters, Megan and Abby Graves, are taking one last wild road trip before Megan has to start a new job. The journey includes a trip through remote Arizona in search of a kitschy roadside attraction. Instead, Megan and Abby happen on Skull City Mine, a weather-beaten, abandoned mine town converted into a self-guided tour. What seems like a fun day in the sun turns into a mind-bending fight for survival against menaces both human and supernatural.

After Dark Horrorfest 4 runs for one week in theatres across the United States from January 29 – February 5. Another major acquisition on After Dark’s behalf is rumored to be announced at the San Diego Comic-Con later this week.

This one actually looks pretty damn interesting!  Check out the trailer below!


Posted on 22nd November 2008 by aaron in Indie Horror News,News - Tags: , ,

Source: Bloody-Disgusting.com

Check out this kickass post art for the upcoming PERKINS’ 14:

Robert Perkins builds an army of 14 people brainwashed through cult-like methods to protect him from his parents’ killers. When Perkins is imprisoned, the police unwittingly unleash his followers on a small town and they’ve only got one thing on their mind: “Kill for Mr. Perkins.”

Perkins 14 is the winner of the After Dark Films and Massify.com venture dubbed “Ghosts in the Machine.” It’s the first feature film developed entirely via the internet and gave the massify.com community the tools to create, submit and choose the idea for a unique motion picture. The winning pitch and audience selection was Perkins’ 14.

Sounds like a winner!