‘Toxin’ to be released in Canada on February 25th!

Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada and IndustryWorks Pictures Present TOXIN On DVD February 25, 2014 Toronto, ON – Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada and IndustryWorks Pictures present the zombie-infection horror film Toxin on DVD in Canada February 25. Set on a remote island amongst the backdrop of a government conspiracy, this film delivers action and gore! Lieutenant John Paxton (Douglas Chapman of Inception, 300, Watchmen)  makes his way back to the forbidden island that once served as a secret government testing facility where biological and chemical weapons were devised to create the ultimate killing machine super-soldiers. Paxton’s plan of hijacking a small island hopper plane goes horribly wrong when it crashes, leaving the survivors to await rescue on the deserted island. As the action ramps up, group dynamics amongst the cast of characters stranded becomes as big a threat to them as the infected denizens of the island Paxton struggles to fulfill his mission of revenge against the very government that abandoned and betrayed him, leaving him to die after a secret biological warfare experiment went horribly wrong. Directed by the highly accomplished film and digital media artist Tom Raycove (VFX for ‘XFiles,’ ‘Outer Limits,” X-Men, Executive Producer for American Mary) Toxin also features Krya Zagorsky (The ABCs of Death, ‘Helix’), Philip Granger (Tucker & Dale vs. Evil, ‘The Killing’), and Patrick Sabongui (Godzilla, The Cabin In The Woods). Disrupted Logic Interactive on behalf of IndustryWorks Pictures created a first-person shooter video game Toxin: Zombie Annihilation in conjunction with the film, developed with Tom Raycove’s experience as a senior editor and visual effects artist at Electronic Arts Inc. In this fast action and intense game, the toxin has the deadly power of turning ordinary...

Dread Central Reviews ‘Nightmare Box’

You can sum up Jon Keeyes’ UK indie, Nightmare Box, in one word…unique. However, I’ll elaborate a bit more for those demanding readers that want more out of their movie reviews. The entire film takes place in one surreal room which our unnamed heroine (let’s call her Jane Doe) finds herself trapped. She wakes in this room, which is adorned with everything from giant skulls to Barbie dolls dressed in S&M attire set up in sexual position and can’t remember who she is or how she got there. And that’s the mystery of Nightmare Box. Figure out just what the hell is going on. Now Jane is not alone in this room. That wouldn’t make for much of a movie, would it? She is constantly visited by an eclectic group of characters that can somehow come and go from the room while she remains trapped. There is a young girl, an eyeless girl, a kindly older gentleman, a bible-thumping Puritan and a man with his lips sewn together who keeps silently offering Jane a gun. And then there are the antagonists, a man and woman who come and go and do all sorts of cruel things to poor Jane. But as you watch the film, the scenes jump quickly. One moment you’ll be watching Jane interacting with the eyeless girl and things will be getting heated, then suddenly she wakes up and she’s back in her bed again. Or she’ll be getting abused by the man and woman, then suddenly she wakes up and she’s in the bed again. And this goes on and on for the first 35 or 40...

Twitch Posts New Images For ‘BB’!

Director CJ Wallis is now in post production on his psycho-sexual thriller BB and has been good enough to pass along the first images from the film. BB is the provocative story of a girl named Leah who, under the name “Candy Cummings”, performs strip shows online from her apartment for thousands of strangers every day, never fully knowing the extent of evils that could be watching on the other side of the screen. Jennifer Mae plays the lead, take a look at her as Candy below. Taken From:...