Gorecast #62 - Buses, Demons and Dope
Hello Gorecaster! Johnny Deadly and The Giz are going to be back tomorrow night on www.facebook.com/TheGoreCast 23:00gmt/19:00est with some new delectable cinematic treats in store for you this week.
First, in the lineup, we have House on Elm Lake. Directed by James Klass House On Elm Lake tells the story of A couple and their young daughter move into a lake house that remained unsold due to the brutal, ritualistic murder of a family years ago. Soon, they realize that a dormant evil has awakened, a possessive force that has preyed on unsuspecting families like theirs for centuries. In the tradition of The Conjuring, The House on Elm Lake is a dark and twisted supernatural tale that terrifies while delivering mind-bending visuals and exceptional performances House On Elm Lake is premiering 4/10 on VOD.
After that we have little bit hearted horror as Richard Hochman, star of the TV series “Tide Waters” and “Everyone Wants Theirs”, is the star of the highly-anticipated BUS PARTY TO HELL (releasing in theatres/VOD in April). When a party bus on its way to Burning Man filled with a bunch of sexy young adults breaks down in the desert and in the middle of a group of Satanic worshippers, all hell literally breaks loose. A massacre leaves seven survivors trapped on the bus, fighting for their lives while wondering if someone or someones are not what they seem.
Finally, as you might have seen on the featured page here on horror amino recently there was a really unique press screening opportunity arranged by Demented Pictures of watching the 4/20 massacre with its Director Dylan Reynolds. I have to say this was a really cool experience to sit down with a movies creator and pick their brain while watching their creation and I have to thank Demented Pictures and Dylan for including The Gorecast in such a cool event.
What can I say about the 4/20 Massacre other than it was one hell of an entertaining ride. The characters were very enjoyable and relatable and their dialogue around the camp fire was very natural and progressed the character development nicely. You really care about the main cast and when one of the core group dies you feel it #RememberDonna. 4/20 massacre plays true to the slasher genre while tastefully bringing a 21st feel to it. The kills were great in my opinion and the use of practical effects worked great and is still blissfully refreshing in this world filled with cgi Everything was tied beautifully together with a soundtrack and score that really complimented the entire movie. I have to say one of my most notable points I should mention was the killer, this guy was a slow lumbering power house that trundling through the woods trying to catch his prey. This guy is a proficient, terrifying tactical nightmare whose motivation was believable and enjoyable to watch. 4/20 massacre won me over add an overall package and will be getting played at least once a year in GORECAST HQ for many years to come.
So that’s it guys join tomorrow night www.facebook.com/TheGoreCast where Johnny Deadly & The Giz will get a little deeper into everything 23:00gmt/19:00est