April 28, 2015, Huntsville, AL, LeglessCorpse Films Has acquired the found footage horror film Rohl Farms Haunting. Described as “Blair Witch meets The Strangers“. Continue reading
When a family move to a remote estate on the Yorkshire Moors, demonic forces are unleashed in Nick Willing’s spellbinding ghost story The Haunting of Radcliffe House (aka Altar) which has a DVD release on May 11, 2015 thanks to Image Entertainment. Continue reading
March 6, 2015 Huntsville, AL: LeglessCorpse Films has announced the release of the special edition Blu-ray of the micro-budget fan favorite slasher, Sledge.
Directed by Kristian Hanson and John Sovie II, Sledge hits you from the beginning with both humor and originality. Opening with Assly’s True American Horror television program, the action kicks off immediately with skull-crushing deaths from the killer, Adam Lynch. Adam believes e is in a movie and video game that is in his head. Continue reading
Directed by BC Furtney
Greetings, you loveable creatures you. Today I’m taking the opportunity to do my very first review of a werewolf-themed horror movie. Werewolf Rising is a low-budget entry from Ruthless Pictures and Image Entertainment, and I was fortunate enough to have gotten a copy of the movie for reviewing purposes. So let’s get into it and see what you’re in for. Continue reading
Hello everyone. For over a year the Necropolis Macabre has had it’s home here on WordPress. And while things have gone ok here for the most part, I’ve felt like a change was needed. Once upon a time I was part of another review site that was hosted by Blogger, and I seem to recall that site having more options in the way of creativity. Not to mention that while I’ve gotten the hang of most of the basics of WordPress, Blogger is a little simpler in many ways, which is good for a guy like me who is not a grandmaster of all that is the technical aspects of website running.
So with that I decided that it was time for an experiment. I’ve exported all my posts over to Blogger, and once I make the necessary alterations to my posts (the conversion did not keep things exactly as I originally posted them), I will make the site public and things will resume as normal. Once it’s ready to go I will let make it known, and I will post the new link you can go to. This should take less than a week to finish. I appreciate every one of you for reading my reviews and news up to this point, and I hope you will continue to do so after the Necropolis Macabre returns. Until then, rest in peace.
Directed by J. Lee Thompson
Seeing as how my birthday is here, I decided to take it upon myself to review something with a birthday theme. And today I’m talking about a movie that can’t be more aptly named, Happy Birthday To Me. I’ve had originally intended to do a review for this last year, but it just wasn’t in the cards. This year, however, is a different matter. Director J. Lee Thompson doesn’t have a whole lot of horror-related directing under his belt, but he did direct two Planet of the Apes sequels, so I took that as a good sign that things will go well here. Was I correct in that thinking? Well, let’s find out. Continue reading
In the meantime, why not watch the trailer for Honeymoon, starring Game of Thrones’ Rose Leslie, exclusively on Apple Trailers: Continue reading
Check out the teaser poster for Honeymoon, starring Game of Thrones’ Rose Leslie, exclusively on Complex.com:
Directed By Sean Canfield, Scott Dawson, and David Sherbrook
Hello again my freakish followers. Today I’m returning to the world of Brain Damage Films with another anthology entry. Dead On Appraisal shares a similarity with Horror House, another anthology movie I previously reviewed, in that it revolves around a real estate agent trying to sell a house with a rather dark history . But that’s pretty much where the similarities end. Continue reading
STAGE FRIGHT will screen at Cinefamily in Los Angeles on Friday, July 25 with Meatloaf in attendance! Continue reading