Rogue Cinema Review

rogue cinema review of horror anthology movieMany thanks to Rogue Cinema for a good review of Horror Anthology Movie Volume One!

I’m giving Horror Anthology Movie Volume One 4 out of 4 cigars, despite the one odd misstep, these are all fantastic shorts and I can’t wait to see if Lyddon puts together a Volume Two!
Read entire review here-

Thank you kind sir, and yes, there could be a volume 2 around the corner..

Six Tales Of Terror

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Featuring original six tales of terror clocking in at about 2 hours, Horror Anthology Movie Volume One is wall to wall horror with no filler!
Here are the stories-
The Cordyceps Principle (Writer/Director Mike T. Lyddon)
A sociopathic photographer dreams of killing his indifferent, domineering wife. One day on a shooting expedition he discovers something deep in the southern swamps which just might do the trick.
Five Miles Straight Ahead (Writer/Director King Jeff)
During World War 2 four soldiers are sent on a scouting mission for a German squadron, but instead find something far more terrifying.
Thing In The Shed (Writer/Director Mike T. Lyddon)
Late one dark and stormy night Stanley gets a late night visit from his old friend Martin, who arrives disheveled and carrying a mysterious black box. Before the night is over they will discover it’s horrifying secret.
Section 49 (Writer/Director Karl DeMolay, Michael Gosack)
A Theater. A Tank. A Technician. A Hooker. A Hustler. That there was a time before, of this there is no doubt. But then IT came.
Blood Of A Saint (Writer/Director Will Frank)
Tormented by feelings of sexual inadequacy, Monty enlists the aid of the nefarious Dr. Benweise. The doctor’s unorthodox method of curing Monty’s affliction leads to a chain of events as absurd as they are horrifying.
Footage Found, Arabi (Writer/Director Mike T. Lyddon, additional script Michael Gosack)
Found footage within footage found. Writer H.P. Lovecraft visits New Orleans in June, 1932 and we discover some of his works of fiction are based upon blood curdling reality.

Horror Anthology Movie Volume One DVD on Sale NOW!

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“…will give your nightmares bad dreamsDale Ashmun (Psychotronic, Spare Parts)

On The Cordyceps Principle-
“..being poisoned with Cordyceps fungus would be a pretty fucked up way to die and the film does a good job of exploring that.” Ground Score
On Blood Of A Saint-
“..plays more for laughs than scares but maintains a dark and disturbing tone..” Ground Score

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The Cordyceps Principle

Straight out of today’s science headlines comes the final segment in Horror Anthology Movie Volume 1 entitled “The Cordyceps Principle,” written and directed by Mike T. Lyddon.
A sociopathic photographer dreams of killing his indifferent, domineering wife, but he doesn’t know how. One day he discovers something in the swamps which will let him get away with the perfect murder..
cordyceps principle fungus horrorJessica Hanson stars in The Cordyceps Principle, a tale of mutated fungi and murder.

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The Cordyceps Principle – You will not be prepared!

Udo Kier In The Theatre Bizarre

The Theatre Bizarre (2011) is a recent horror anthology movie which had the critics and audiences scratching their collective heads, because truly some of the stories in this anthology are “beyond bizarre” to quote the host of that short lived TV series.
Six tales of terror which show plenty of blood, gore and skin and a wrap around “story” starring Udo Kier which doesn’t go anywhere, a few of the highlights include Richard Stanley’s “Mother Of Toads” and Tom Savini’s segment (which he also stars in) called “Wet Dreams.”
This film has shown up on Netflix and is available for download HERE.
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