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Independent horror movie The Eve has released an all new scene online. A shower scene featuring Maria DiDomenico that pays homage to Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. The movie pays homage to a number of classic horror movies, including Jaws and Friday the 13th. The Eve is currently available on VOD though iTunes, VUDU, Playstation, and Xbox. The independent horror movie was produced by eBass Entertainment and distributed by Indie Rights Movies and Cinedigm.

Description: Friends head off to the remote island of Martha’s Vineyard to celebrate New Year’s Eve and reconnect. As tensions rise, an unforeseen presence halts celebrations and instead turns their holiday into a fight to live through to the new year. The movie stars Al Thompson (The Cleveland Show, A Walk to Remember), Evan Bass (We Need Girlfriends), María DiDomenico (Game Time), and Miranda Wilson (As the World Turns).

Will you be checking out The Eve? What is your favorite classic horror movie?

The Eve A group of friends heads off to the remote island of Martha’s Vineyard to celebrate New Year’s Eve and reconnect. As tensions rise, an unforeseen presence halts celebrations and instead turns their holiday into a fight to live through to the new year.

Starring Al Thompson (The Cleveland Show, A Walk to Remember), Evan Bass (We Need Girlfriends), María DiDomenico (Game Time), and Miranda Wilson (As the World Turns). Learn more at TheEveMovie.com.

Posted on January 3rd, 2015 by ThePit | Leave a Comment (3)
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Leopold Keber from LOOM sent me this trailer for their independent film, Tartarus, and it blew me away. The teaser is visually interesting and completely engaging. I can’t wait to see more. The film itself is an alien invasion mystery/thriller that is based in 18th century Imperial Austria.

To check out a second trailer to the film and watch a few production diaries, head over to the group’s YouTube page (note: the videos are in German).

Inside Report

Our friends over at Inside Report sent us this press release about the relaunch of their site and webseries. The show focuses on indie filmmakers and helps promote shorts and features from unknowns. We highly recommend checking out the show.

Inside Report, the ‘net’s #1 indie film show is back and better than ever!

Featuring a new, refined format and more in depth interviews – Inside Report is back in action over at www.insidereport.co.uk

The first edition of the new series features an exclusive interview with filmmaker Howard Warmsley. Host/Producer Sky Wilson will be chatting to him about his latest film, The Visitors – about his history with filmmaking and about the benefit the internet can play for the indie filmmaker.

With the new format comes a new website too. It’s more feature rich than ever before with more of a focus towards letting people know what’s out there and where they can see it. We’ve also added a new section listing upcoming festivals and events so that you can keep your film calendar up to date! We’ve even added an archive of previous shows too!

DON’T FORGET – WE NEED YOU

If you want to promote your film or appear on the show (or if you know anyone who might), get in touch with us info@insidereport.co.uk

For all these features and more, head over to www.insidereport.co.uk

Created way back in 2004 by producer Sky Wilson and director Vin Kelly, Inside Report has always focused on giving the talent behind the best short films the recognition they deserve. Every edition has featured interviews with some of the best up and coming talent from around the world.

Filmmakers such as Sandy Collora (Batman: Dead End), Marty Martin (Got Milk?: The Movie, Dance With The Devil), and Shane Felux (Revelations, Trenches) have all appeared in previous shows, and we are aiming to find the next generation of talent in 2009 and beyond.

Regards
Sky Wilson

Film & Video Budgets by Deke Simon (with Michael Wiese) is an excellent book for anyone who is looking to budget an independent film. I bought and read it last year (the 4th edition of the book), and it was not only informative and easy to use, but I was able to use its guidelines and templates to complete a feature film budget for a script that I have been raising funds for. Read on for more details about the book.

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