Director Jason Horton and Gas Money Pictures Release the Ultimate Version of Monsters in the Woods (Director’s Cut)!

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Los Angeles, California: Director Jason Horton is set to re-release his indie feature Monsters in the Woods. Originally released in 2012, the film is slated for a showing on Amazon Instant in a Director’s Cut version. The new title is A Director’s Cut: Monsters in the Woods and this latest version has more never-before-seen footage! As well, the film has been re-edited, to show Horton’s truest vision of the film. It will be available in the first week of October.

The film’s story involves a film production crew. They are shooting a new, no-budget horror film, when attacked in the woods. They are forced to band together, to fight these creatures. But, they are woefully underprepared for this menace. Now, this shoot is way over budget!

This is director Jason Horton’s true vision of the film. He says of this final edit: “it’ll never be 100% the movie I set out to make, but this is the closest to that we’ll ever see.” Indie horror fans will be able to see his authentic version on October 4th. View it on Amazon Prime, for the Halloween season!

Release Date: October 4th (Amazon Instant) and 2017 (DVD, Blu-ray).

Director/writer: Jason Horton.

Cast: Glenn Plummer, Lee Perkins, Curt Mega and Linda Bella.

Official Synopsis: A low-budget film crew treks deep into the wilderness to shoot horror sequences for their unsellable indie-drama. They soon find themselves in the midst of their own horror show as they are hunted down real monsters.

A new trailer for the film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOWMScKLCsE

A Director’s Cut: Monsters in the Woods fan page: https://www.facebook.com/MonstersintheWoods/

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Reichsfuhrer SS is now available on Amazon!!!

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http://www.amazon.com/Reichsfuhrer-SS-David-Stewart-III/dp/B01EKCXIGG

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The Reichsfuhrer-SS Heinrich Himmler, Adolf Hitler’s most loyal henchman meets Erebus, the gatekeeper of Hell!

Review from (Gross Movie Reviews):

Reichsfuhrer SS (DVD/Vimeo) – The same independent filmmaker that gave us “Operation: Nazi Zombies” a few years back is back at again with another Nazi film that involves Heinrich Himmler on about a $25,000 budget. The film is about how Himmler became a murdering Nazi bastard and meets the gatekeeper of hell after his suicide in 1945. While with the gatekeeper of hell Himmler goes through his past of what started him on his incredible murderous path. The crew does an amazing job with costumes, use of locations, décor, and even the gatekeeper of hell. If I didn’t tell you the budget of this flick most viewers would guess that the budget would be more like $200, 000 or $300,000 because of how authentic things look. The crew, the actors, and filmmaker go all out in this bad ass entertaining film about Himmler getting what he deserved in the end. I love watching independent movies that pay attention to detail when it comes to pictures, flags, etc. when movies are set in a certain time period and they should be proud of this project. I give this flick 3 out of 4 stars and more about this new release can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/RFSSMovie?fref=ts .

Check out the independent feature “Croaker” now on Amazon!

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Croaker is a throwback to the drive-in movies of the 60’s and 70’s. Campy characters, humor and a monster reminiscent of a time when scary movies were just plain fun! Florian Sirko and his one-time love, Macy Patterson face a problem. A curse was cast spawning a mythological creature, the Vodnik. This curse now plagues the Sirko family and the citizens of his town are paying with their souls.

http://www.amazon.com/Croaker-Fred-Terling/dp/B00U124TFE/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1424953149&sr=8-8&keywords=Croaker

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“The Fall of Tomorrow” book is simply BRILLIANT!

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“The Fall of Tomorrow” book is simply BRILLIANT!

 

Review by Tim Gross

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I don’t get to read too many books because my eyes are usually locked on the latest independent film for review or I am searching through my piles of movies looking for the next zombie flick to watch. But when I do read I like to make sure the book is going to be interesting, something that draws me back to the book since if I’m not watching a shitload of horror movies I am like most people working our fingers to the bone for a paycheck. The book has to be a little different, something off, maybe even a little random and David J. Fairhead’s “The Fall of Tomorrow” has all of that and then some. It’s a little Lovecraft, a little Steve King’s “The Cell” and “The Mist”, and a little of just plain good versus evil!

 

The book is structured in a unique way of people telling their stories of where they came from and how they are going to find this place of light somewhere in Ohio. But the story begins with the earth opening up and literally creatures of unimaginable proportions devouring the population and eventually blackening out the sun till there is maybe two hours of daylight left since they hunt during the night. The book’s main character named Kyle describes the beginnings of what becomes known among the survivors as “The Fall”. Kyle, a man who like all is trying to survive this purge of humanity by demon-like insects that come in all shapes and sizes and have planned this attack for many years. Kyle is able to find a place where the light keeps the demons at bay and is a safe place for survivors. He puts out a radio show, distress call, whatever you want to call it out across the radio airwaves to tell people about the place of “light” and that it is getting bigger. But also he wants the survivors to document and leave notes for others about themselves and their struggles or discoveries of the beasts they are trying survive along the way. Like I said the book is uniquely structure since Kyle is the main character but is only in a couple chapters as each chapter usually follows a different person or group of persons as they document their travel to Ohio.

 

I just love the book because for me it is structured kinda like an anthology and I could visualize the book as a movie as I read every word. But also the descriptions, names, and variety of demons or creatures that are in the book are amazing, frightening, and just plain bad ass! “The Fall of Tomorrow” to me is like David J. Fairhead reached deep into our childhood dreams and memories and brought our nightmares of monsters and demons to life in this absolutely brilliant, bleak, apocalyptic world of survival! And Mr. Fairhead I am thankful for this wonderful book as I give it 4 out of 4 stars. The book can be purchased at www.amazon.com .

http://www.amazon.com/Fall-Tomorrow-David-J-Fairhead/dp/061599038X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1407689892&sr=1-1&keywords=the+fall+of+tomorrow

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