Movies

Middletown Filmed Funhouse Massacre Released on DVD

  Six of the world’s scariest psychopaths escape from a local asylum unleashing a bloodbath on unsuspecting scare seekers at a Halloween Funhouse with rooms and mazes inspired by their notorious killing sprees. That’s the plot of LA-based Petri Entertainment’s The Funhouse Massacre, a horror movie made at the Land of Illusion Haunted Scream Park in Middletown, OH from March-April last y...[Read More]

Germantown Makes Out with Couto Comedy

Local director Henrique Couto, known for Calamity Jane’s Revenge, A Bulldog for Christmas and Depression: The Movie has released his newest feature Making Out. The young director who started his career with low budget horror flicks, directing 13 features, throws his audience a curve ball as loud as his pants (on any given day). Making Out premiered Friday Feb. 5 at the By-Jo Theatre in Germantown ...[Read More]

Old 37 Rides between Teen Drama and Psychological Slasher

Don’t worry, I’m a paramedic.   31 cars and drivers have gone missing over the last 20 years in the Bermuda triangle of back roads with teen drivers counting 29% in the last 30 in Bristol County flashes over the opening credits. Old 37 star horror icons Bill Moseley and Kane Hodder, as tortured sons of the abusing, sadistic patriarch Kenneth Simmons. Haunted by childhood memories of emo...[Read More]

Consumption Of the Heart/The Collective Volume IV Play Englewood Cinema

Friday night September 28th local director Andrew Copp premiered the only Dayton theatrical showing of his new film Consumption Of The Heart. A 10 minute short that will be included in Jason Hoover’s upcoming collection of zombie themed films in The Collective Volume V premiering at the November Days of the Dead convention in Chicago. Filmed in two days Consumption is a living dead love story abou...[Read More]

Consumption of the Heart/Collective Vol 4:Emotion Premiere at Englewood Cinema

On Friday September 28 Englewood Cinema will showcase eleven big independent film experiences. Englewood is known for its yearly show of support to local filmmakers including Horrorama and featuring films that could be considered ‘slightly’ off the mainstream radar and older vintage classics that otherwise would never see the big screen again. First up is local independent visionary, artist and Ho...[Read More]

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