Beyond the Grave is a unique and versatile movie, it incorporates action, crime, magic, zombies and so much more! The acting is superb, the plot is well made and movie is well filmed. Beyond the Grave is a must watch.
Check out the below trailer:
In a devastated post-apocalyptic world where the rules of reality are transformed by magic and
madness, a vengeful police officer searches for a possessed serial killer. He finds in his way
groups of survivors. Some violent, some struggling to get by in this new place full of mystical
dangers where humanity seems on the brink of extinction.
Shooter and Nina, a couple of teenagers, are the first living souls to cross paths with the
Officer on his quest for the Dark Rider, a mystical man who has cost the life of several. The
Officer and the Teenage Couple bond and go forward in this empty world. Always following the
Returners, the living dead, who travels toward the places where The Rider has been, they find
themselves at the risk of slaughter.
The first signs of humanity they encounter are Franco, Adriene and Ashley, a trio that managed
to survive in a school far from any civilization. The Officer, Shooter and Nina take place among
the new survivors for a few days, until conflict arises between Ashley and the Officer and they
decide to continue their quest for the Dark Rider.
They find the Dark Rider in a Psycho Ward. The battle that ensues is the re-encounter of two
old enemies, The Officer and the Rider, settling old debts older than time. In a final duel, they
fight a battle of the not-so-good versus absolute evil.
Get ready for the HOLLYWOOD HORRORFEST 2014 – 28/29 March 2014, NEW BEVERLY CINEMA, 7165 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036, USA.
A festival like no other! Everything you’ve always wanted to know about Indie Genre filmmaking but were afraid to ask… and much more!
Indie movies are becoming more and more intriguing, and “Holy Ghost People” trailer is one interesting to watch for, pushing hard on the “lunatic cults” pedal. Together with “The Sacrament”, I feel these both will indulge us visually and story-wise on the taste of journeys into the mad zealot societies.
If you liked “Winter’s Bone” and “Red State” – I guess you wouldn’t want to miss this one.
“Holy Ghost People” is a Southern Gothic thriller about a teenager searching for her lost sister in the Appalachian Mountains, where she encounters a snake-handling religious cult and eventually learns the truth about her sister’s fate.
“Holy Ghost People” is a 2014 horror movie. Coming on FEB 2014 (VOD, DVD & Theatres)
The Horror Thriller LOCKED IN A ROOM will soon be headed for an international release to Spanish speaking countries. At Risk Entertainment is working with Colombia based Ana Henao Management to bring the film to release in Countries like Colombia, Brazil, Mexico, and other territories in the region.
“With the decline of dramas being produced, and the elimination of many indie film divisions at the studios, At Risk Entertainment looks to be a pioneer in bringing independent movies to Spanish speaking countries and the world, and we are excited to be working with Ana Henao”, says Larry Simmons, CEO of At Risk Entertainment.
If you love Horror Shorts then check out the below horror movie series.
CINEPHRENIA: CHAPTER ONE
Weekly mini-convention returns to The End in Las Vegas
LAS VEGAS – Jan. 28, 2014 For fans across the city, the return of WALKING DEAD on AMC means the return of weekly parties where they can dress up as their favorite zombie or zombie hunter, meet with friends and fellow fans, and enjoy one of the highest rated cable television shows with a room full of like-minded people. These parties are designed with the television show and its fans in mind. A variety of WALKING DEAD and zombie-related merchandise – much of it hard-to-find items – is available for purchase, zombie-themed food and delicious beverages are readily available, and there are the added elements of entertainment like rounds of WALKING DEAD trivia during commercial breaks, an ongoing raffle, costume contests, and karaoke. It is a mini-convention – and it happens every Sunday night that a new WALKING DEAD episode is on television.
Hosted by EVIL DEAD THE MUSICAL, the event has grown in size with each new season, with the first half of Season 4 getting so large it filled Hi-Scores Bar-Arcade in Henderson, where it was being held, to near-overflowing capacity. To combat the problem, the party is moving to THE END, a zombie apocalypse themed bar located in the heart of Las Vegas.
“If you are a fan of WALKING DEAD or zombies, this is the best party in town for you every Sunday night,” said Sirc Michaels, producer and director of EVIL DEAD THE MUSICAL. “There is so much to see and do, it’s going to be awesome. And here at THE END, these guys really understand the zombie thing. Their entire business is built around the theme, which makes it the perfect place for these parties.”
With all the people and activities, it would be easy to image that hearing and seeing the show itself would be a challenge. But according to Michaels, that couldn’t be further from the truth. “There is a great amount of noise and activity from 8pm to 9pm, which is the warm-up before the episode itself. Once 9pm hits, WALKING DEAD will be shown on a large screen that encompasses one end of the venue. It is so large there isn’t a bad seat in the house. Once the episode starts, everyone quiets down to watch as the sound plays over the entire system. There is something special about being with that many fans gasping and cheering in a public space for the show. It turns it into a big, fun experience akin to seeing an exciting movie in a theater.”
During commercial breaks, the gang from EVIL DEAD THE MUSICAL will present trivia questions and give out prizes ranging from original artwork to WALKING DEAD merchandise to comic books to packs of tickets to EVIL DEAD. Throughout the evening raffle tickets will also be available for raffle prizes. Once the episode is over, the party continues with karaoke, photo opportunities, and shopping.
“The WALKING DEAD episode is the heart of the event,” says Michaels, “But it’s not the entirety of it. There is stuff to do before and after the show, and we try to make it as fun as possible for everyone who comes out.”
Doors to The Walking Dead viewing parties at THE END open at 8 p.m. every Sunday beginning Feb. 9 and the party runs until midnight. For details about Evil Dead: The Musical, visit www.evildeadvegas.com.
WALKING DEAD Viewing Parties
Hosted by EVIL DEAD
Featuring the new WALKING DEAD episode, rounds of trivia, raffles, costume contests, prizes, exclusive merchandise
4821 Spring Mountain Rd., Suite G
Las Vegas, Nevada 89102
Every Sunday 2-9 – 3/30
8pm – ?
Evil Dead: The Musical is a unique production that combines multimedia, live performance, audience participation and 4D elements to take audience members into its world. From undead ushers to blood spraying out into the audience, this musical comedy is bringing a new type of entertainment to the Vegas Strip, and the people behind it are determined to make a lasting impression. Performances can be seen at the V Theater inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino every Friday at 10 p.m. and Saturday at 11:30 p.m.
Papa Legba is recently gaining notoriety from American Horror Story – Coven!
Papa is akin to Exu, Eshu, Legbara and countless other spirits. Clever Anansi, New Orleans La-Bas. Coyote, Loki, he is a trickster of a thousands forms. He is everywhere at once, so they know him in New Orleans, Africa, Haiti, South America, everywhere. But even though he has countless faces and names, Legba remains the same spirit of the crossroads.
Papa Legba can take many forms, including that of an old man, a black man with a cane, he may also appear as a dog.
Some see him as their guardian, their protector, but beware, some others that have seen him, also saw terror and say that it’s not worth dealing with him like this experience from Nemma, at this video:
You may have heard that back on January 3rd, Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones made its debut. This caused quite a bit of excitement online, but it’s not really exclusive. Paranormal activity has been around for as long as humans have been talking with each other. We’re going to go over some specific examples of paranormal activity throughout history so that you can make your own decision about whether you believe or not and be able to do some investigating on your own.
Finding Genuine Paranormal Activity
Here’s a look at some specific examples of paranormal activity throughout history – as well as ways you can use this knowledge to do your own research.
- Feelings – One of the most common types of paranormal activity is a feeling of being watched or thinking that someone is in the same room – someone from beyond the grave. This can also result in “goose bumps” on the back of the neck or the arms.
- Strange Orbs – Another typical type of paranormal activity is strange orbs of light. These aren’t always seen with the naked eye, but cameras – video and photos – can capture them. Sometimes it’s nature or a glare on the lense, but other times it’s not explainable and considered genuine paranormal activity.
- Odd Voices – This is another case of where the human ear may not be able to pick up on something. With sensitive recording equipment, however, it’s possible to catch other worldly voices. Some are more clear than others, but there’s no denying that this is a type of paranormal activity that has been captured before.
- Ghost Hunting Equipment – Speaking of capturing paranormal activities, if you’re going to be doing your own ghost hunting, it’s important to have the right equipment. You don’t need to be set up like the guys in the Ghost Busters movie, but there’s actually a lot of equipment that will help you detect and record paranormal activity.
- Put a Team Together – You may be thinking about hunting for paranormal activities on your own, but this isn’t really recommended – for a lot of reasons. For one, you want to make sure you have someone around if something does happen. Additionally, it’s always good to have witnesses by your side to back up what you see, hear or feel.
Even if you haven’t seen Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, there’s still a lot of research you can do online. Investigating the strange and unknown has been made a little easier thanks to the Internet, but you still have to get out there in the real world. While movies are great entertainment, sometimes it’s all about going out and doing your own investigations. If you’ve had your own brush with paranormal activity, leave a comment below.
Written by: Jenny Jones.
Photo credits: 826 PARANORMAL.