Chalk another one up for homegrown Texas horror. The big news comes out today from Fangoria.com (story no longer available), that Houston-based director Mel House has scored a deal with Lionsgate to distribute his latest film, “Walking Distance”.
‘Tis the season. The Halloween season of course when good little TerrorScribes like me are busy little bees reviewing horror movies, visiting haunted houses, deciding on costumes and just enjoying the general spookiness of the season. As you might have… Continue Reading →
I guess file this one under “As above, so below.” “2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams” makes no bones about being raw and raunchy, lewd, crude and socially unacceptable. As such, it made perfect sense to director Tim Sullivan that the… Continue Reading →
There’s no rest for the wicked and apparently, none also for Mel House – make whatever value judgment on that you like. Having just recently premiered his latest film, “Walking Distance” at the DIFF last month, we find his next… Continue Reading →