Also going under the name of Asylum Blackout, The Incident was directed by Alexandre Courtès and written by S. Craig Zahler. It stars Rupert Evans, Dave Legeno, Anna Skellern, Richard Brake, Kenny Doughty and Joseph Kennedy.
Released in the same year as The Facility (in North America at least), an average ‘medical research gone wrong’ horror, After Effect walks a nearly similar path to that movie.
Directed by David Cholewa and starring Fabian Wolfrom, Blandine Papillon and John Fallon, Dead Shadows is an odd amalgamation of different horror ideas that does a lot right and a lot wrong.
Directed by Scott W. McKinlay and written by Jim Bartoo, Creep Van is one of those nice low-budget/indie horror surprises. Where you go in not expecting much but come out satisfied and entertained.
Bland in name, bland in nature. Entity is a supernatural horror movie that plays it incredibly safe to the point of boredom. The few things it does right can’t make-up for all the things it does wrong.
Written by Mike C. Hartman who also directed it with Frank J. Levanduski. Blood Orgy at Beaver Lake is a horror-comedy that face-plants in some style.
Directed by Darren Lynn Bousman and drawing from Aesop’s Fables. The Devil’s Carnival is on to a winner straight away, being a musical horror movie.
A boring story, bland characters, below average acting and bad effects. Hold Your Breath when passing this movie.