VICIOUS Is an Award Winning Horror Short That’s Scary as Hell

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I've got a great horror short for you to check out today called "Vicious," and it's pretty damn terrifying. The story revolves around a young woman who is in the process of dealing with the death of her sister. One night she comes home to find her front door unlocked. It turns out that she might not be alone, and things take a very spooky turn.

The film was written and directed by Oliver Park, and not only did I enjoy the story, but the way it was shot definitely enhanced the fear factor. The imagery was wonderfully eerie. I especially loved how he uses imagination to enhance the fear. For example, when I was a kid and there was a pile of clothes thrown onto a chair, when it was dark and I was in bed, those clothes looked like a monster lurking in my room. The creeks and cracks in the old house I grew up in didn't help either! They use those kinds of tricks to tell this horror story, and it's executed perfectly.

If you scare easily, this horror short is definitely going to get you! It does have some jump scares that are handled extremely well. The movie tells a slow burn kind of story that leads to a great finale! Make sure to watch it in the dark with the sound up! 

VICIOUS Is an Award Winning Horror Short That’s Scary as Hell

vicious-is-an-award-winning-horror-short-thats-scary-as-hell-social.jpg

I've got a great horror short for you to check out today called "Vicious," and it's pretty damn terrifying. The story revolves around a young woman who is in the process of dealing with the death of her sister. One night she comes home to find her front door unlocked. It turns out that she might not be alone, and things take a very spooky turn.

The film was written and directed by Oliver Park, and not only did I enjoy the story, but the way it was shot definitely enhanced the fear factor. The imagery was wonderfully eerie. I especially loved how he uses imagination to enhance the fear. For example, when I was a kid and there was a pile of clothes thrown onto a chair, when it was dark and I was in bed, those clothes looked like a monster lurking in my room. The creeks and cracks in the old house I grew up in didn't help either! They use those kinds of tricks to tell this horror story, and it's executed perfectly.

If you scare easily, this horror short is definitely going to get you! It does have some jump scares that are handled extremely well. The movie tells a slow burn kind of story that leads to a great finale! Make sure to watch it in the dark with the sound up! 

New Story Details Revealed for Marvel’s IRON FIST Series

Over the weekend the first trailer for Marvel's Iron Fist was released. I thought it looked awesome, and I think it's going to have some of the coolest fight sequences we've seen yet in the Marvel series. I'm a huge fan of martial arts, and I'm excited to see that utilized to the extreme in this series. 

Today we've got some additional information on the story for the series. Up to this point all we've really had was the following synopsis:

Fifteen years after being presumed dead in a plane crash, Danny Rand (Finn Jones) mysteriously returns to New York City determined to reclaim his birthright and family company. However, when a long-destined enemy rises in New York, this living weapon is forced to choose between his family’s legacy and his duties as the Iron Fist.

During a recent interview with Comingsoon, Executive Producer Jeph Loeb shared some additional info that reveals what the story will be about. He said:

"It’s very grounded. What we were really interested, from the very beginning, was exploring who is Danny Rand. This is a character who’s a little younger than some of the other heroes that we’ve seen so far.
"We open with a very simple premise, which is, at the age of 10, Danny vanished off the face of the Earth. The world believes that the son of a billionaire is gone. When he reappears at the beginning of the show, and he’s 25 years old. He announces, 'I’m here.' Has no proof, has no identity, has no DNA.
"One of the things that’s fantastic about the show is, it’s very much a mystery. It’s very much a, 'how do you go about proving who you are when there’s no way to do that.' That’s not just the story, that’s also the theme of it, which is, 'how do you go about proving who you are when no one knows,' including yourself, 'what’s happened to you.'" 

So not only are we going to get to see some badass fight sequences, but we are going to get a solid story that revolves around an interesting character. Finn Jones, that actor who plays Danny Rand, expanded on what Loeb said: 

"It’s fantastic, it’s so great. The best thing about Danny Rand is that he has these huge massive contradictions. One half of him is this super centered, trying to be a super centered martial artist and warrior, and the other half of him is a live-wire, suffering from trauma, riddling with PTSD. You’ve got those two contradictions that are constantly battling each other, and the other contradiction is that he’s spent some time in the East, but then he’s from a westernized family.
"Bringing those two together, especially when he comes back to New York and starts getting involved with Rand, there’s a lot of corporate questions, corporate ethics quite a lot because he sees through things, and he’s not, he’s innocent and he’s pure. He hasn’t been brought up in this very materialist, dog-eat-dog world, which then suddenly he finds himself in. There’s lots of contradictions to play with, and it’s a lot of fun as an actor to kind of get into that."

The series also stars Jessica Henwick, David Wenham, Jessica Stroup, Tom Pelphrey, and Carrie-Anne Moss. Marvel's Iron Fist will hit Netflix on March 17th, 2017. 

New Story Details Revealed for Marvel’s IRON FIST Series

Over the weekend the first trailer for Marvel's Iron Fist was released. I thought it looked awesome, and I think it's going to have some of the coolest fight sequences we've seen yet in the Marvel series. I'm a huge fan of martial arts, and I'm excited to see that utilized to the extreme in this series. 

Today we've got some additional information on the story for the series. Up to this point all we've really had was the following synopsis:

Fifteen years after being presumed dead in a plane crash, Danny Rand (Finn Jones) mysteriously returns to New York City determined to reclaim his birthright and family company. However, when a long-destined enemy rises in New York, this living weapon is forced to choose between his family’s legacy and his duties as the Iron Fist.

During a recent interview with Comingsoon, Executive Producer Jeph Loeb shared some additional info that reveals what the story will be about. He said:

"It’s very grounded. What we were really interested, from the very beginning, was exploring who is Danny Rand. This is a character who’s a little younger than some of the other heroes that we’ve seen so far.
"We open with a very simple premise, which is, at the age of 10, Danny vanished off the face of the Earth. The world believes that the son of a billionaire is gone. When he reappears at the beginning of the show, and he’s 25 years old. He announces, 'I’m here.' Has no proof, has no identity, has no DNA.
"One of the things that’s fantastic about the show is, it’s very much a mystery. It’s very much a, 'how do you go about proving who you are when there’s no way to do that.' That’s not just the story, that’s also the theme of it, which is, 'how do you go about proving who you are when no one knows,' including yourself, 'what’s happened to you.'" 

So not only are we going to get to see some badass fight sequences, but we are going to get a solid story that revolves around an interesting character. Finn Jones, that actor who plays Danny Rand, expanded on what Loeb said: 

"It’s fantastic, it’s so great. The best thing about Danny Rand is that he has these huge massive contradictions. One half of him is this super centered, trying to be a super centered martial artist and warrior, and the other half of him is a live-wire, suffering from trauma, riddling with PTSD. You’ve got those two contradictions that are constantly battling each other, and the other contradiction is that he’s spent some time in the East, but then he’s from a westernized family.
"Bringing those two together, especially when he comes back to New York and starts getting involved with Rand, there’s a lot of corporate questions, corporate ethics quite a lot because he sees through things, and he’s not, he’s innocent and he’s pure. He hasn’t been brought up in this very materialist, dog-eat-dog world, which then suddenly he finds himself in. There’s lots of contradictions to play with, and it’s a lot of fun as an actor to kind of get into that."

The series also stars Jessica Henwick, David Wenham, Jessica Stroup, Tom Pelphrey, and Carrie-Anne Moss. Marvel's Iron Fist will hit Netflix on March 17th, 2017. 

Face Your Fears in Latest Great Trailer for A MONSTER CALLS

A new trailer was recently released for the stunningly great looking film A Monster Calls. It was released in conjunction with National Face Your Fears Day. I've heard nothing but praise for this film that was directed by J.A. Bayona (The Orphanage, The Impossible). I haven't seen it myself yet, but apparently, it's a bittersweet film with the power to leave you in tears. 

The movie is based on a children’s fantasy novel, which follows a 12-year-old boy named Conor (Lewis MacDougall) "as he attempts to deal with his mother’s (Felicity Jones) illness and the bullying of his classmates by escaping into a fantastical world of monsters and fairy tales that explore courage, loss, and faith."

The movie also stars Toby Kebbell, Sigourney Weaver, Liam Neeson, and Geraldine Chaplin. It's set to be released in theaters on October 21st. 

Face Your Fears in Latest Great Trailer for A MONSTER CALLS

A new trailer was recently released for the stunningly great looking film A Monster Calls. It was released in conjunction with National Face Your Fears Day. I've heard nothing but praise for this film that was directed by J.A. Bayona (The Orphanage, The Impossible). I haven't seen it myself yet, but apparently, it's a bittersweet film with the power to leave you in tears. 

The movie is based on a children’s fantasy novel, which follows a 12-year-old boy named Conor (Lewis MacDougall) "as he attempts to deal with his mother’s (Felicity Jones) illness and the bullying of his classmates by escaping into a fantastical world of monsters and fairy tales that explore courage, loss, and faith."

The movie also stars Toby Kebbell, Sigourney Weaver, Liam Neeson, and Geraldine Chaplin. It's set to be released in theaters on October 21st. 

Intense Clip From THE WALKING DEAD Season 7 and Multiple Deaths Confirmed for Season Premiere

AMC recently released a clip from the premiere of The Walking Dead Season 7 that features Rick threatening to kill Negan after Negan kills one of his friends. It's not revealed who dies, but Rick is beyond pissed yet at the same time completely defeated. It's pretty intense.

Jeffery Dean Morgan also confirmed a previous report that Negan will kill multiple people in the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead. Fans of the series were all left wondering who Negan brutally killed in the Season 6 finale using his baseball bat, Lucille. Well there will at least be one other person who meets their demise. When talking to Den of Geek, Morgan said:

“Negan’s not just going to kill one person in [the premiere]. He’s not afraid of bashing in skulls.”

There could possibly be more than two people who die. One thing is for sure, and that's that Negan is going to be on the warpath, and he doesn't hesitate to kill anyone. I have no doubt that over the course of the upcoming season, he's going to kill a ridiculous amount of people. No one is safe! Morgan when on to talk about how fun it is playing the villain:

“As soon as the cameras are rolling and I get Lucille in my hand, it kind of just transforms me. This character in particular has been such a joy to play for me. Put the dark stuff aside and the horrible things that Negan does… As an actor, it’s just been so much fun. We’re kind of midway through filming season seven, so I feel like I’m pretty locked in.”

Morgan is truly perfect casting for the role, and I can't wait to see him grow and explode in the role. You can watch the clip below, and then below that I'm going to go into some rumors I've heard about who dies in the season premiere. If you want to stay safe from that, then don't read below the video.

I've read a few things on various websites and from a couple other people that have access to certain knowledge. I have no idea if this is true or not, so take it with a grain of salt, but there's a chance that one of the two characters that dies early on is Glenn, which makes sense because he dies in the comics, so it wouldn't surprise me. The other death that's been reported is Abraham, which if is true will piss me off because I love the character!

Intense Clip From THE WALKING DEAD Season 7 and Multiple Deaths Confirmed for Season Premiere

AMC recently released a clip from the premiere of The Walking Dead Season 7 that features Rick threatening to kill Negan after Negan kills one of his friends. It's not revealed who dies, but Rick is beyond pissed yet at the same time completely defeated. It's pretty intense.

Jeffery Dean Morgan also confirmed a previous report that Negan will kill multiple people in the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead. Fans of the series were all left wondering who Negan brutally killed in the Season 6 finale using his baseball bat, Lucille. Well there will at least be one other person who meets their demise. When talking to Den of Geek, Morgan said:

“Negan’s not just going to kill one person in [the premiere]. He’s not afraid of bashing in skulls.”

There could possibly be more than two people who die. One thing is for sure, and that's that Negan is going to be on the warpath, and he doesn't hesitate to kill anyone. I have no doubt that over the course of the upcoming season, he's going to kill a ridiculous amount of people. No one is safe! Morgan when on to talk about how fun it is playing the villain:

“As soon as the cameras are rolling and I get Lucille in my hand, it kind of just transforms me. This character in particular has been such a joy to play for me. Put the dark stuff aside and the horrible things that Negan does… As an actor, it’s just been so much fun. We’re kind of midway through filming season seven, so I feel like I’m pretty locked in.”

Morgan is truly perfect casting for the role, and I can't wait to see him grow and explode in the role. You can watch the clip below, and then below that I'm going to go into some rumors I've heard about who dies in the season premiere. If you want to stay safe from that, then don't read below the video.

I've read a few things on various websites and from a couple other people that have access to certain knowledge. I have no idea if this is true or not, so take it with a grain of salt, but there's a chance that one of the two characters that dies early on is Glenn, which makes sense because he dies in the comics, so it wouldn't surprise me. The other death that's been reported is Abraham, which if is true will piss me off because I love the character!

STAR TREK BEYOND Makeup Designer Shows You How To Become Jaylah For Halloween

We're less than three weeks away from Halloween, so now's the time to start thinking about and planning out the details of your costume if you're going to dress up this year. And if you're looking to mimic one of the year's most easily-identifiable characters, you could do much worse than going as Sofia Boutella's kickass character Jaylah from Star Trek Beyond (read about how she got her name here).

There are tons of makeup tutorials on YouTube, but how often do we see ones from Hollywood pros who've actually worked on huge budget blockbusters? Paramount has released a video of Star Trek Beyond Makeup Designer Joel Harlow and Lead Makeup Artist Richie Alonzo showing us how to look like a simplified version of Jaylah. Check it out and make sure to come back and drop us a finished photo of yourself in the comments if you plan on using this tutorial this year!

Star Trek Beyond hits Blu-ray on November 1st.