Stranger in the Dark is based on the story arc of a young girl who moves to a small town.
The horror starts when she wakes up one morning to find herself scared as she confronts her greatest fear, the Stranger in the Dark.
PROM NIGHT MEETS DEATH Becomes her!
No Teen is safe in Dark Oak, Ca. No one is who they seem to be! Vampires, Werewolves, Sorceresses, Hybrids, Fairies and Fashion! Slasher Jason Style meets the Supernatural! Learn more here!
This collection of nonfiction essays edited by award winning anthologist Vince Liaguno explores the archetype of the slasher film and traces its evolution from formula to franchise. From the inventive kills to the clever taglines, BUTCHER KNIVES AND BODY COUNTS celebrates the enduring formula, frights, and fun of slasher movies. Learn more about this book here, www.DarkScribePress.com and its author here, www.VinceLiaguno.com Thriller, Horror, Suspense
Year after year, there are many people who do not come out of the woods alive. And if they happen to make it out alive, they will have a story to tell. Some run, but not fast enough. Some hide, but not good enough. Grace (Lisa Johnston) and her boyfriend Rodney (Chad Waites) are destined to fall under the Booby Trapper’s blade, but rogue cop Mike Hawk (Robert Collins) is patrolling these woods as well – seeking out the reason behind these brutal slaughters. The closer the Mike Hawk gets to catching the person responsible for these serial killings, the closer he gets to un-covering his own mysterious past.
Directed by Richard Stephenson, this film looks super low budget, super gritty, and super fun. You can call Stephenson grew up on slasher movies like the rest of us and is putting his love for the genre to work. While a little cheesy in spots, and a little too many day-time shots, based on the trailer below I\\\'d say this one is one to watch out for.