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  • Writer's pictureAdam Williams

Three New Horrors From VIPCO and BayView Entertainment

Updated: Apr 9

Can't beat a good indie horror, and we're always on the look out for them here at Hooked On Horror. And VIPCO & BayView Entertainment have just released another three via digital and VOD platforms worldwide (AVOD platforms from 28th May).


The three new horrors from VIPCO and BayView Entertainment feature a slasher, found footage and some good old paranormal horror. Check out the details and trailers below.

Dismal

Dismal poster

Dismal, written by Bo Buckley and directed by Gary King, has been described as a horror for fans of Hatchet, The Hills Have Eyes and Wrong Turn. The film, starring Bill Oberst Jr., Lydia Chandler and Tim Morris, follows the story of failing student Dana.

Dana is failing Biology. To pass she must attend an extra credit assignment with several classmates that will lead them into a remote region of the Great Dismal Swamp, a place teeming with life... and death. While the group keeps one eye out for hungry bear, deadly snakes and lurking gators, they are unaware of the real danger. For the top of the food chain lives in a dingy cabin not too far from their campsite, and he has an appetite for human flesh.

Moth

Moth poster

The Mothman legend originating from West Virginia folklore dates back to 1966, In the nearly 60 years since a local claimed to see a man-sized bird creature, the tale has taken on a life of its own and is just as much a subject for compelling speculation as other cryptozoological creatures such as Bigfoot, El Chupacabra, and The Loch Ness Monster.


The found footage horror, starring Lídia Szabó, József Gallai and Rob Oldfield, features a University Professor (and Mothman fan) journey to Europe in search of the creature only for things to go horribly wrong. The film was written by József Gallai & Lídia Szabó and directed by Gergő Elekes, József Gallai,

Thora, a university professor, decides to travel to Central Europe to investigate one of her favourite legends, thanks to a growing number of recent sightings. She is joined by her student, the rather odd and reclusive Adam, with whom she videos the places where the creature is said to have appeared, but as night falls, it is no longer just a question of whether they can get to the bottom of the Mothman legend, but also whether they will survive the adventure.

The Whispering Man

The Whispering Man poster

This paranormal horror, written by Bálint Szántó and directed by József Gallai, is inspired by the folklore legend El Silbón known throughout Columbia and Venezuela. The film stars Dávid Fecske, András Korcsmáros and Ágota Dunai.

After inheriting an ominous painting, a family soon becomes disturbed by a demonic presence known as The Whispering Man.

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