FACELESS AFTER DARK: "Following her breakout success as the star of a killer clown horror flick, Bowie now finds herself struggling to capitalize on its success. But when she is suddenly held hostage by an unhinged fan posing as that same killer clown, horror becomes her reality as she fights to survive the night and escape before he completes his sinister plan to recreate the film’s fatal plot. Jenna Kanell from the TERRIFIER franchise gives a tour-de-force performance in this wild, gory ride."

  • Written by: Jenna Kanell and Todd Jacobs
  • Directed by: Raymond Wood
  • Produced by: Raymond Wood
  • Cast: Jenna Kanell (Terrifier franchise, Renfield, Bad Boys: Ride or Die), Danny Kang (Insatiable, NCIS Hawai'i), Danielle Lyn (Mayfair Witches, Single Drunk Female), Max Calder (Stranger Things,Jungle Cruise), Michael Aaron Milligan (TV's Outer Banks, TV's The Purge), Kathrine Barnes (Average Joe, Queer as Folk), Jason MacDonald (The Vampire Diaries, NCIS), Israel Vaughn (The Righteous Gemstones)
  • Distributor: Dark Sky Films
  • Genre: Thriller, Horror, Independent
  • Run Time: 83 Minutes


TRIM SEASON Trailer: "Directed by award-winning filmmaker and production designer Ariel Vida, TRIM SEASON stars Bethlehem Million (Sick, "And Just Like That...") as Emma, an adrift, jobless, 20-something seeking purpose. Along with a group of young people from Los Angeles, she drives up the coast to make quick cash trimming marijuana on a secluded farm in Northern California. Cut off from the rest of the world, they soon realize that Mona (Jane Badler) - the seemingly amiable owner of the estate - is harboring secrets darker than any of them could imagine. It becomes a race against time for Emma and her friends to escape the dense woods with their lives.

Alongside Million the film also stars Jane Badler (“V”, Ricky StanickyBex Taylor-Klaus (“Scream”), Alex Essoe (Starry Eyes, “Midnight Mass”), Ally Ioannides (Synchronic) and Cory Hart (“Fear the Walking Dead”)."

TRIM SEASON will open in theaters and on demand from Blue Harbor Entertainment on June 7, 2024.


Iconic Events Releasing Announces Theatrical Release of Steamboat Willie Horror Film SCREAMBOAT: "The production teams behind theatrical hits Terrifier 2 and The Mean One have announced today that they’ve selected Iconic Events Releasing as the theatrical distributor for their new horror-comedy SCREAMBOAT, set for release in 2025.

“Iconic Events couldn’t be more excited to get in on the ground floor of what is going to be a fun and terror-filled ride,” said Steven Menkin, President and Co-Founder of Iconic Events. “Allowing filmmakers like Steven LaMorte the opportunity to showcase their films in movie theaters nationwide and bring horror fans together to experience this unique story is what Iconic is all about. We are more than excited to partner together on Screamboat.”

LaMorte’s previously-untitled horror parody of Steamboat Willie will begin production this Spring, with the filmmaker and his producers promising buckets of blood and unhinged chaos as their miniature mouse attacks a group of ferry commuters against the unmistakable backdrop of New York City’s iconic skyline.

 “I’m thrilled to partner with Iconic Events Releasing to bring Screamboat to theaters across the country,” says director LaMorte. “We’re collaborating with incredible artists both in front of the camera and behind the scenes to bring a very unhinged horror comedy to life in the way it’s meant to be seen - on the big screen. We can’t wait for audiences to meet our mischievous, murderous mouse!”

Screamboat will feature a mix of practical creature effects, miniatures, and cutting edge virtual production to showcase its very mischievous monster slashing his way through a ferry of fear.

A number of spectacular artists have joined the project, eager to bring LaMorte’s twisted version of Steamboat Willie to life. Christian Beckman‘s Quantum Creation FX, Inc. (The Last Voyage of the Demeter, The Book of Boba Fett) is creating the creature from designs by concept artist Christian Cordella (Avatar: The Way of Water, Spider-Man: No Way Home). The film’s murderous version of Steamboat Willie will be brought to horrific life by a mix of classic practical puppets and traditional prosthetic makeup.

Produced by Amy Schumacher, Martine Melloul, and Steven LaMorte (the team behind The Mean One) in collaboration with horror heavyweights Steven Della Salla and Michael Leavy (Terrifier 2, and upcoming Terrifer 3 and Stream), the film promises a hilariously horrific twist on Disney’s beloved mascot. Production is set to begin in Spring of 2024, casting a sinister shadow over the bright lights of The Big Apple."

Logline: "A mischievous mouse stalks a group of New Yorkers on a late night ferry ride, unleashing murderous mayhem on a relaxing commute. Can the ship’s motley crew of travelers find a way to stop a killer creature who has developed a taste for tourists?"