CRUEL ANGELS PAST SUNDOWN: "New Mexico Territory, 1882: She comes to the Klein ranch at sunset, a strange naked pregnant woman dragging a cavalry saber. Annette Klein and her husband have built peace between their marriage and secret relations beyond, but their serenity dies in bloodshed tonight through a cannibalistic demon and a mad preacher.

Annette barely escapes the bloodbath to the nearby town of Low’ s Bend, where she might find safety with a shotgun-toting barkeep, two no-nonsense boarding room ladies, and the gunslinging bounty hunter who’ s captured Annette’ s heart.

But hell is at her heels. If she’ s going to survive until dawn, she’ ll have to forget everything she knows about peace and mercy, and face a hollow malevolence more ancient and ruthless than she’ s ever imagined."

Written by Hailey Piper, Cruel Angels Past Sundown will be available on July 25th from Death’s Head Press! To pre-order, visit the links below:

Cover art by Justin Coons


THE BLACKENING Arrives July 7 on Premium Video on Demand: "Fresh off its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, The Blackening arrives on Premium Video on Demand on July 7 from Lionsgate. The film features four friends who reunite for a weekend getaway and find themselves at the hands of a twisted killer who wants to play a game for their survival. Directed by Tim Story (Ride AlongThink Like a Man, Barbershop) and screenplay and screen story by Tracy Oliver (Girls Trip, TV’s “Harlem”) and Dewayne Perkins (TV’s “The Amber Ruffin Show,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”), and stars Grace Byers (TV’s “Empire”), Jermaine Fowler (Coming 2 America), Melvin Gregg  (House Party), X Mayo (TV’s “American Auto”), Dewayne Perkins (TV’s “The Upshaws”), Antoinette Robertson (TV’s “Dear White People”), Sinqua Walls (TV’s “White Men Can’t Jump”), with Jay Pharoah (TV’s “Saturday Night Live”) and Yvonne Orji (TV’s “Insecure”).

The Blackening follows a group of Black friends reunited for a Juneteenth weekend getaway only to find themselves trapped in a remote cabin with a masked killer who forces them to play a twisted board game by his rules, which they soon realize ain’t no motherf****** game. The Blackening skewers genre tropes and poses the sardonic question: If the entire cast of a horror movie is Black, who dies first?

Lionsgate and MRC present, a Story Company / Tracy Yvonne / Artists First / CatchLight Studios production."


THE CIGUAPA: Writer, directed, and produced by Blaine Morris, “The Ciguapa” is a horror film "following a Queer Latine couple that goes to a cabin for their anniversary, but a mysterious woman in the woods threatens to break them apart." Blaine Morris co-created the story with Alexander Flores. Alexander plays Manny and produced the film along with Blaine.

The Ciguapa will premiere at Outfest this month and you can learn more at: