6 new releases coming soon to TheHorrorShow.tv in April 2015
Staff Reporter | On 06, Apr 2015
As the Easter Bank Holiday tempts you out of the house for some sunshine, a new month also means a new crop of creepy titles waiting to welcome you back indoors come nightfall.
Hot on the heels of recent releases such as The House of Him, The Ghastly Loves of Johnny X, and The Culling, April sees a new wave of films on TheHorrorShow.tv, taking the indie horror VOD site’s line-up to over 250 titles.
We round up the month’s six new releases coming soon:
House of Dust – Monday 6th April
A.D. Salvo’s flick follows a group of college students exploring an abandoned insane asylum, only to accidentally shatter canisters holding the ‘cremains’ of former mental patients. Inhaling the dusty ash filling the air, they’re soon possessed by the souls once held within them.
Dark Summer – Monday 6th April
Paul Solet’s supernatural horror, written by Mike Le, sees a 17 year old under house arrest, only to become haunted by a presence while stuck indoors.
Homecoming – Monday 6th April
Katie (Jeridan Frye) returns to her home town after the death of her grandmother. But when her friends hold a candlelit reunion in her old house, bad memories come to the surface. Who will survive the night? Todd Kniss’ thriller makes its UK premiere exclusively on TheHorrorShow.TV.
POV – Monday 13th April
Another exclusive UK debut, Richard Anthony Dunford’s POV is an experimental, no-budget indie horror, which presents every second through the eyes of its lead character in real time. After being dumped by his girlfriend, Zack’s loose cannon of a big brother decides to throw him a house party in the abandoned retirement home he’s currently refurbishing. The building has a history. The previous owner believed the residents had become demons that were out to kill him. Guess what happens next.
The Thing on the Doorstep – Monday 13th April
Tom Gliserman’s adaptation of The Thing on the Doorstep joins The Whisperer In Darkness in the streaming site’s growing collection of H.P. Lovecraft adaptations.
To Jennifer – Monday 20th April
James Cullen Bressack’s movie stars Jessica Cameron, Chuck Pappas, Jody Barton and Bressack himself. It follows Joey, who suspects his girlfriend is cheating on him and enlists his cousin, Steven, to create a video diary of his attempt to catch her in the act.
Hooked Up – Monday 27th April
Pablo Larcuen co-writes and directs this film, which was shot entirely on an iPhone. It follows friends Tonio and Peter as they travel from New York to Barcelona hoping to hook up with two young and single Spanish women. After a wild night of partying they venture back to the house of Noemi and Katia – but the girls soon start behaving strangely…