Tag: deewallace

Blu-ray Review: RED CHRISTMAS Kills

I first saw Red Christmas at Fantasia in 2016, and then again in September 2017 at the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival. Star Dee Wallace (Cujo, E.T.) was in attendance at both festivals, but it was at HIFF where she gave an impassioned...

First Photos of Tara Reid, Mischa Barton and Dee Wallace in OUIJA HOUSE

Why settle for the board when you can have an entire house?    Production has wrapped on Ben Demaree's indie horror flick Oujia House and now it will head into post. A selection of stills have been made available to...

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival Offers the Best of Horror & Cool Guests like Dee Wallace

San Diego's small but mighty Horrible Imaginings Film Festival returns to Balboa Park's Museum of Photographic Arts during September 8 - 10. Southern California fans of horror, thrillers, and all things fantastic will enjoy not only the best in international...

LIFF 2011: EXIT HUMANITY review

There are some ideas it's hard to see how people could possibly screw up. Take horror (as in the supernatural) in the middle of a war zone. You've got potentially limitless subtext, the nightmares soldiers and civilians go through literally...

Civil War Zombies! EXIT HUMANITY Trailer Premiere!

In November of 2010 I had the chance to visit the set of John Geddes' Exit Humanity. A zombie picture set in the immediate aftermath of the US Civil War, Exit Humanity features Dee Wallace, Bill Mosely, Stephen McHattie and...

Poster Art For Civil War Zombie Picture EXIT HUMANITY

A tip of the hat here to Justin Erickson - whose work is well familiar to regular readers of Rue Morgue Magazine - for his stellar new poster art for Canadian produced zombie picture Exit Humanity. Though produced just outside...

First Look At Dee Wallace, Bill Moseley And Stephen McHattie In John Geddes' EXIT HUMANITY

There's something brewing in Collingwood. The town of twenty thousand to the north west of Toronto was a popular skiing destination as a kid growing up in the area but is not much in the public consciousness beyond that. A...