Thursday, September 14, 2006

Voodoo Moon : a Horror Movie Starring Charisma Carpenter

(Press Release)
From renowned special effects artist Kevin VanHook (I, Robot, Daredevil) comes a new excursion into the beating heart of evil with the October 3 rd DVD release of Voodoo Moon from IDT Entertainment's Anchor Bay Entertainment. Starring Charisma Carpenter (TV's “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Angel”) and Eric Mabius
(Resident Evil ), Voodoo Moon promises viewers a horrifying journey into the netherworld of satanic rituals and voodoo rites! SRP is $19.98 and pre-book is August 23rd. Distribution pre-book is September 5th.

Twenty years ago, a demonic massacre in a sleepy Southern town left two young siblings as the lone survivors. But for adult Cole (Eric Mabius) and his younger sister Heather (Charisma Carpenter), an obsession with their parents' satanic slaughter has lasted a lifetime. Now through Cole's psychic connection with a group that includes an outlaw biker (John Amos , “The West Wing”, DIE HARD 2: DIE HARDER), a traumatized cop (Jeffrey Combs , RE-ANIMATOR) and a mysterious healer (Dee Wallace , CUJO and THE HOWLING), vengeance is about to take a very unholy turn. Tonight they will all be brought together in a place where depraved secrets are exposed, legions of the damned are unleashed, and the final battle between Good and Evil will be fought beneath the VOODOO MOON…

In addition to his previous visual effects credits, VanHook also wrote and directed the 2005 cult film shocker “The Fallen Ones.”

Viewers will find the following chilling special features on the Voodoo Moon DVD:

* Widescreen Presentation (1.78:1), enhanced for 16x9 TVs
* “You Reap What You Sew” Making-of Documentary
* “Black Magic”: The Stunts, Makeup and Visual Effects of Voodoo Moon featurette
* Deleted Scenes
* Poster and photo gallery
* Trailer

Street Date: October 3, 2006
Pre-Book: August 23, 2006
Catalog #: N2078
UPC: 0-1313-82078-8 3
Run Time: 90 Minutes
Rating: Not Rated
SRP : $19.98

Sunday, September 03, 2006

My Book Reviewed in Calenture

The latest issue of Calenture, A Journal of Studies in Speculative Verse with its review of my book, Unearthly Companion is now online. Read it here.