Trailers Drop for #FromJennifer & 13 Demons

Here’s a couple fun looking films coming at us from Alchemy. The first is #FromJennifer. This is part of a loose franchise that started in 2003 with To Jennifer, written and directed by none other than Anything Horror favorite James Cullen Bressack, and continued in 2 Jennifer. This entry is written and directed by Frank Merle and stars Derek … Continue reading

Bethany (2017) … Bressack’s Swan Song?

BETHANY is writer-director James Cullen Bressack’s eighth feature horror movie (not including the many horror shorts and anthology segments he’s directed), and I watched this film with heavy heart. Bressack announced that Bethany would be his last horror film for a very long time. Why is my heart heavy? Because Bressack, as a filmmaker, has gotten … Continue reading

Bethany Hitting Theaters & On Demand This April

One of my favorite indie horror directors and all around filmmakers, James Cullen Bressack, is back with another horror offering … and man, does this one sound creepy!! BETHANY will be hitting theaters and various digital platforms this April, 2017. Bethany is directed by Bressack, is written by Bressack and Zack Ward, and stars Stefanie Estes, Zack Ward, Tom Green, Shannen Doherty, Anna … Continue reading

Anything Horror Scott’s 15 Best Horror Films of 2015

I have been so excited to write my Best Horror Films of 2015 list this year!! I usually struggle to find eight films that I love (my lists are usually ten items long), but this year I increased my list to fifteen because I saw so many great ones in 2015. Due to a pesky, intruding personal … Continue reading

Bethany Wraps Principle Photography, Drops Behind the Scenes Footage

The hardest working filmmaker on the indie horror scene, James Cullen Bressack, has just wrapped up principle photography on his latest film, BETHANY. BETHANY is directed by Bressack, is written by Bressack and Zack Ward, and stars Stefanie Estes, Tom Green, Zack Ward, Shannen Doherty, Leon Russom, Kevin Porter, Felissa Rose, and Anna Harr. Check out the plot crunch: Claire and her husband find themselves … Continue reading