Distributor October Coast will be bringing The Ice Cream Truck to a neighborhood near you later this month, thanks to the efforts of writer-director Megan Freels Johnston.
The bad news is, Mary’s husband has to relocate because of his job. The good news is, his employer is coincidentally moving them to the neighborhood where Mary grew up! (We’ll get to the really bad news in a second.) Her family settles affairs in their old house while Mary travels on ahead to get their new abode ready.
But Mary can’t help but feel there’s something unsettling now about the place she grew up in. The neighbors she just met seem to be disappearing one by one. And what’s up with that ice cream truck that patrols down her block every day? I mean, something about this cone just looks off…
Can Mary stop the pattern of murders or is she destined to become the Ice Cream Man’s next victim? The Ice Cream Truck serves up cold chills August 18 in selected theaters and on VOD platforms. Until then, this trailer will have to satisfy you…
World War Z is coming back…kind of. It’s largely the same game, but it’s headed to a new platform (Nintendo Switch) with the Deluxe Edition that will contain all the content previously released on PS4 and XBox One. So finally, Switch can stand equally with its contemporaries, right? I hope
We’re close enough to October that Spirit Halloweens are taking over all our vacant big box locations again, and that also means Fathom Events is readying the return of some classic horror flicks to the big screen. The odd thing about the 2021 lineup is that, since it overlaps with
Despite being a tabletop franchise first, Vampire The Masquerade is no stranger to the world of video games. Now another one is on the way, but it’s a bit different from the two Bloodlines games that came out in recent years. Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodhunt will be free to play,
Not only did the concept of battle royale originate in Japan with an international hit movie, they also have their own version of the ouija board called the Kokkuri. Why not combine both those things and see what happens? Tokyo Bay Films had that idea and came up with Ouija