With 2015 closing it's doors, so closes the doors to the Christmas and holiday Season. With the new year will come several wonderful new short films and features, as well as the occasional video game, comic book, and so on. Right now we would like
Another 12 months pass and a multitude of entertainment has embraced the airwaves or inter webs. In regards to independent horror, this year saw one of the most popular years in recent memory for horror. The year 2015 has left the horror community with a slew
This is the time of year when family members come together and celebrate the holiday season. For families who cannot travel, they send holiday cards, usually containing a nice picture of the family on vacation, or wearing matching outfits. These pictures might have been fascinating
Deep Dark; a strange tale of failed artistry is by no means a failed attempt as a film. Sporting a sinister grin and an intuitive aura, Michael Medaglia's film is nothing short of scintillating. Recalling shades of the schlocky A Bucket of Blood-- a late
As everyone prepares to bring in the new year this week, The Los Angeles Filmmakers Group continue to impress and create. This time around their latest short tackles an urban legend known as The Man Without A Country. As for the short, The Traveler is directed by FearMaker Jennifer Nangle.
Written, directed, and produced by Dan Berk and Robert Olsen, Body is a late Christmas present launching on VOD December 29, 2015 (TODAY). After a short theatrical run earlier in the month, this fascinating thriller hits online platforms with perfect timing for those still in
Finally after months of trial and tribulations, endless paperwork, never-ending phone calls, and an insurmountable portion of paint, Madison and husband Luke Rhoades will be opening Cross Roads Escape Games. In case this all sounds foreign, please stay tuned as We Are Indie Horror dives into the news.
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This is the time of year where we sit down and reminisce about the time that just passed, and look forward to the upcoming year. As filmmakers, artists, writers, and more, it is important to look ahead at our careers and make sure that we set
January 8th is going to be a great day for films. With The Hateful Eight and The Forrest due to release theatrically, and several VOD films coming out ,it's a wonderful treat for the new year. One of the films releasing will be IFC Midnight's newest film, The Abandoned. Formerly
It seems as if found footage films were on their decline. Just because the popularity may have swayed, the quality is doing quite the opposite. Found footage stories are starting to make sense while utilizing camera men or women as their protagonists and the subjects continue
The first year of We Are Indie Horror has showcased a whirlwind of artists such as several up and comers along with a few who have made incredible strides within the industry. To bring in the New Year we wanted to feature a FearMaker who has secure
Merry Christmas! Hopefully Krampus has not taken you away in the middle of the night nor your stocking full of coal. If you do not celebrate Christmas; enjoy your Chinese and movie today. Just because it is a holiday does not mean We Are Indie Horror sleeps.
One dollar used to go a long way. When we were kids, you could get a king sized candy bar, and still have enough left over for a gumball. Now-a-days it's a miracle if you can get a normal sized Snickers for a dollar. For a
Every other week, Harvest Moon Motion Pictures and Television graces the horror community with a brand new episode of their short film anthology Vimeo On Demand series, Tales of Horror. In each episode host Lilith Death searches her deep endless library of short stories by independent horror filmmakers and presents
In these last frantic days until the gift giving Superbowl that is Christmas is upon us, finding last minute gift can be difficult. If the giftee happens to be for a horror lover, then it just got a little easier. Jack of the Dust in the