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Screamfest: ‘Tigers Are Not Afraid’ Takes Home 5 Awards Including Best Picture at Closing Night Ceremony

Screamfest 2017, which ran from October 10 to 19 at the TCL Chinese Theaters, is now over. Apart from announcing winners at the festival’s Closing Night Ceremony the film festival honored the late horror director George A. Romero with a triple-feature that included Night of the Living Dead (free screening), Day of the Dead, and Creepshow. The 17th annual film festival has introduced many up and co...[Read More]

Screamfest Review: ‘1922’ A Stunning Take on Stephen King Novella

By: J. Carlos Menjivar Considering the recent success of It and the TV adaptation of The Mist, Stephen King is currently going through a boom (also look at Gerald’s Game and The Dark Tower) as the cultural zeitgeist is bent on reintroducing his work to a newer generation. This will hopefully lead back to a desire of discovering classic King adaptations and the plethora of King stories out there. F...[Read More]

Screamfest Gets Underway With ‘Dead Ant’ World Premiere; Tom Arnold, Selma Blair in Attendance

Screamfest is back! On October 10, 2017 the female run film festival made its return (in its 17th edition) to the heart of Hollywood, California at the TCL Chinese Theater. The World Premiere of Dead Ant, a drug-infused schlocky, B-movie-esque, creature feature that follows the glam rock Sonic Grave bent on making a huge comeback, was met with a positive reaction from those in attendance. The star...[Read More]

‘Chupacabra Territory’ Out Now on VOD & Bluray

You’ve probably seen it all and you’ve probably seen just as many found footage films, but have you seen one about the famed Chupacabra? In Chupacabra Territory a group of curious friends set out to document the elusive crypto deep in Pinewood Forest. Armed with GoPro cameras the ragtag group sets out to uncover if the legendary creature is real or not and solve the mystery of the previous group t...[Read More]

Review: ‘The Amulet of Fear’ – Another Entertaining Short from Auteur Andrea Ricca

Here on We are Indie Horror we’ve talked a lot about filmmaker Andrea Ricca– he’s the one man show who’s crafted films entirely on his own taking on multiple pre/post and production roles. In his newest short film The Amulet of Fear, Ricca serves as director, writer, director of photography, editor, 3D modeling & animation, compositing, and post-production. Take a look at our reviews for two o...[Read More]

10 Things You Might Have Missed From Last Year’s ScareLA

Last year ScareLA was a massive celebration of Halloween and horror. While this year’s Holloween convention is still a few months away, we thought it would be fun to revisit last year and show off some cool offerings you might have missed. 10 The Rope Experience There were a ton of mini haunts and experiences to choose from, but this one, in particular, was a special treat. Hidden in a corner of t...[Read More]

We Are Indie Horror, PROco, and Action On Film Festival Announce Contests For First Time Filmmaker

We are excited to announce that we have joined forces with PROco PROduction coMPANY and the Action on Film Festival to give one first time filmmaker a waived fee to enter into the festival, taking place in Las Vegas this August. “We Are Indie Horror and The Action on Film Fest were our firstsupporters.” Says Joseph Davis of PROco “They gave us the opportunity to show our work to an audience on the...[Read More]

Join The Jester While The Queen’s Away At The Fool’s Festival This April.

If you happen to live in the Southern California area between Los Angeles and San Diego, then you just might be lucky enough to celebrate Halloween for all twelve months out of the year. In March alone, we’ve already had Reign of Terror Haunted House open their doors to 95 rooms of sheer terror, and just last weel Halloween Club held their annual Spookshow. In just a couple weeks, terror will reig...[Read More]

Review: “Child Eater” – A Solid 80’s Homage

Directed by Erlingur Thoroddsen, and based his 2012 short film of the same name, Child Eater is an homage to ‘80s horror. Soon to be released by MVD Entertainment Group for Boulderlight Pictures, it’s one of those movies which gets so perfectly summed up in one sentence, one can’t help but be hooked. “A simple night of babysitting takes a horrifying turn when Helen realizes the boogeyman really is...[Read More]

Halloween Anthology Feature ’10/31/16′ Locks In 5 Directors

Red Letter Entertainment’s newest, and upcoming, film 10/31/16 has just locked its directors for the Halloween themed anthology feature. The list of talented filmmakers includes a pair of Volumes of Blood alumni (10/31/16 is executive produced by VOB creator P.J. Starks) Justin M. Seaman The Barn) and John William Holt The Dooms Chapel Horror). In the lineup are also Zane Hershberger Devilution), ...[Read More]

Award Winning ‘Savageland’ Releases New Clip. Available Everywhere 2/24

Terror Films will be releasing the award-winning feature film Savageland this coming Friday. The film is a documentary-style telling of a brutal string of murders in a small town. Savageland tackles the very topical subject matter of illegal immigration, wrapped around the mysterious mass murder and disappearance of the entire population of fifty-seven people. The disappearances took place in the ...[Read More]

Help ‘The Forsaken’ Short Film Get Made! Find Out How You Can Help

If there is one thing we strive to do here at We Are Indie Horror, it’s helping out up and coming filmmakers get their dream projects off the ground. There is something special about seeing a budding filmmaker gearing up for their first project. Maybe it’s because we remember our first few films, but nostalgia aside we are excited and to share Kerry Norton’s new short film announcement for The For...[Read More]