Saturday, November 23, 2013

Aeon: The Last Vampyre On Earth would be Murnau's favorite Vampire Film says the Austin Chronicle...

Aeon: The Last Vampyre On Earth would be Murnau's favorite Vampire Film says the Austin Chronicle...

Kiss of the Damned
Aeon: Last Vampyre On Earth

A surprising gem of the bloodsucking canon has emerged from the scalding pit that is Chemical Burn. Aeon: The Last Vampyre on Earth is a sealed bottle drama, bleak and merciless. In a name that gives a nod to the original cinematic vampire, Catherine Murnau (April Basile) is the last surviving human on Earth: A strange apocalypse is taking place outside of the collapsing cellar, and she is surrounded by death and rotting corpses. But she is not alone. Instead, her company is another who is the last of their kind: Aeon, the final vampire (played by director Daniel Falicki). Turns out, if there's nothing left to prey on, the predators die too.

This is amateur horror, and the threads occasionally show. But Falicki embraces the Gothic. When Aeon first appears, he is a silhouette against a blood red background, a scavenger king in a world of ruins. He runs at the role with raw fury, his body collapsing, leaking, vomiting, bleeding, corrupting in front of Catherine. It's genuinely creepy.

While Jordan and directors of his ilk constantly harp on about the agonies of immortal life, Falicki turns that whole idea on its head. This is a vampire facing the end of days. He's a virus with no host. It's I Am Legend taken to its logical conclusion, and that alone wins points.

Warren Croyle and Ryan Lieske's script culminates in a lengthy quasi-theological debate about the nature of the human soul, which is intended to bring the plot to a resolution. Throughout their encounter, Aeon teases Catherine with the idea that death will be absolute: But at least, if she sacrifices herself to him, there will still be a trace of her left. That one idea provides so much dramatic tension, giving Catherine real pause. However (and Jordan could probably learn from this, if he decides to recount stories within stories again), why should she trust a putrefying monster? The first few times he tried to eat her implies he may not be trustworthy.

Crawl past the restrictions of a super-low-budget production and this is a real surprise. Of these three recent creations, it's arguably the one that would give Murnau most pleasure.
Nosferatu (Kino Lorber), Kiss of the Damned (Magnet) and Byzantium (IFC) are available on DVD now. Aeon: The Last Vampire on Earth (Chemical Burn) is available via

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

New Films From Chemical Burn

Five New Bad Ass Horror Movies From Chemical Burn
Announcing five amazing new horror films from Chemical Burn Entertainment with everything from vampires to Nazis, slashers to killer clowns.

With 21st Century Serial Killer the whole genre of slasher film is turned completely on its head in this stylistic, almost Tarantino style film.

In The Last Vampyre we find an apocalyptic world about to get even more apocalyptic with intense and extremely clever dialogue, action and horror.

In Dead Walkers: Rise of the 4th Reich we enter a world of British spies coming face to face with a Nazi zombie machine with lots of action and strangeness thrown in.

In Slasherhouse we have a film that brings art and style to the slasher genre with lots of blood, gore and screams thrown in.

All The Devil’s Aliens is a taught and shocking thriller, superbly acted and directed.

All these films are worthy of praise and show Hollywood how real gritty horror should be made. Please show your support for these amazing filmmakers and spread the word. Links to the trailers below.

All The Devil’s Aliens
21st Century Serial Killer
The Last Vampyre on Earth
All the Devil’s Aliens

For review copies of these films please email Brian Johnson at

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Tuesday, September 03, 2013


The Zombies Are Coming

It seems zombies are invading every part of the globe and it’s not just on the TV.

Every time we turn on the television these days there’s another commercial advertising the latest zombie flick. Around the world there are zombie conventions, walks, talks and whole cities come to a standstill as thousands of zombies walk the streets. The evil dead are everywhere.

But it’s not just big budget films that are claiming the minds of humans everywhere. In fact the big budget films are simply cashing in on an underground phenomenon that has been bubbling like boiling blood for many years. The real zombie die hards go for the indie flick where gore and mutilation is more gritty and where imagination sometimes works harder than the blockbusters predictability.

One such company making and distributing zombie genre films is Chemical Burn Entertainment. Along with horror, slasher and exploitation films, Chemical Burn Entertainment have a whole host of zombie inspired films and now they’ve put several together in one special Zombie Horror Fright Fest.

If you have the stomach for it, there’s six hours of zombie hell and some of these are amazing award winning films such as The Defiled, which is a kind of silent black and white zombie noir.

Of course you can get all the films separately from Chemical Burn but overall the value is much better in one set.

Zombie Horror Fright Fest includes not one, not two, but FOUR Gut Munching Zombie flicks straight from the depths of HELL! But be warned! These four award-winning Zombie Masterpieces contain Explicit Gore and will give you nightmares for years to come!


BONUS FEATURES include two Zombie shorts "Rise of the Living Corpse" and "Fitness Class Zombie."


Monday, September 02, 2013


Calling ALL Filmmakers
You’ve made a film. Brought it all together, script, locations, actors, effects, editing. Now what? Spend even more money and go to festivals and hope to get spotted?

There are a lot of distribution companies out there so how do you know which one to choose? And will they take you on board and help you all the way? Reality Films and Chemical Burn Entertainment are just part of one of the fastest growing film companies around. Covering everything from feature films to documentaries in every genre. With a host of award winning films and a catalogue of hundreds of movies and documentaries from all over the world, it’s the ideal partner.

So before you spend that money at a film festival, why not get in touch with us and give your movie or documentary what it deserves – exposure to a wide audience. Video on demand, streaming, DVD, iTunes, amazon, Netflix, in stores and on cable, in fact we have one of the widest distribution networks around and we take all the hassle away so you can get on with making more films in your new partnership!

Come and join the family. Email me, Brian Johnson at or check out just two of our many websites and

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Dark Watchers

Dark Watchers: The Women in Black
More and more UFO sightings occur every day. Across the globe people are losing time, friends and loved ones disappear, while the Men in Black are perpetually lurking in the background. In a sleepy seaside village, three women search the skies for a sighting of a UFO that is repeatedly haunting the area. Every day they venture out until one day they return having completely lost 4 hours from their lives. Their need to understand the UFO’s and why they are here opens a world they could never have imagined and takes them into the heart of a dark and secretive universe populated by the Men in Black. Coming face to face with the unknown, they begin to realize that they have been profoundly affected by their encounter. To make matters worse, they begin to evolve into something amazing, yet horrifying – something beyond their worst nightmares. Beware the Dark Watchers.

More here!

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Horror, Gore and More

Horror, Gore and More Sex, Blood and Carnage Than You Can Shake a Stick at

Calling all horror lovers. Do you run a website, magazine or horror blog? Wanna run reviews?

Chemical Burn Entertainment are one of the fastest growing horror film companies in America right now and they’re on the look out for you to review their films.

With tons of films across the horror spectrum there’s something for every sick mind to enjoy. Slasher, gore and sexploitation meet everyday horror and even some rad comedy.

What Chemical Burn Entertainment want now is even more horror lovers who run magazines, websites, blogs and popular facebook pages to get in touch for review copies. Just go to and choose what you would like to review and email Brian Johnson ( with your website or mag name and your address.

There’s some really cool new films out now such as Anna: Scream Queen Killer (award for best actress) and Aeon: The Last Vampyre on Earth. Plus some great old stuff for the classic b-movie lovers such as Death by VHS and Lesbian Vampires.

And there’s some great opportunities for the indie filmmaker too, because Chemical Burn are on the hunt for new talent. So if you've made a film that fits the genre then get in touch and you could see your film distributed across distribution platforms all over the place.

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Loch Ness Monster Discovery

Startling New Loch Ness Discovery

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, a new discovery is made and this time it’s more bizarre than ever.

Early in 2013, US company, Reality Films, were contacted by a scientist who had new evidence about the Loch Ness Monster. At first nobody quite believed what they were being told until the man’s credentials were checked out. Either a top scientist had been taking too many drugs, or there was something very sinister going on at that remote Loch.

Taking the lead, Reality’s award-winning film Director, Philip Gardiner, went to investigate. Now after months of work behind the scenes Reality Films are ready to reveal the new evidence in a new film.

“Don’t expect a floating log or a seal. This is totally different to everything that’s gone before.” Said Reality contact, Brian Johnson.

For the past hundred years or more Loch Ness has often made headline news with grainy pictures or strange footage. Speculation as to just what the beast is has brought all kinds of ideas. From dinosaurs to floating tyres and everything in between. But for some years now the sightings have dwindled and some say the monster has died. This new revelation explains exactly what happened to the monster in a remarkable new way.

There’s a small trailer here

For those who are interested. Otherwise check out where release of the new film will be announced soon. Media and distribution enquiries to Brian at

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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Film Used in Ritual

Erotic Vampire Film Shown to Initiates Before Secret Rituals

An erotically charged twisted vampire film, Lady of the Dark (Melanie Denholme), is being shown to initiates before they undertake their joining ritual.

The film shot in the UK and starring award-winning actress, Melanie Denholme, is the tale of a young woman bitten by a snake and who then slowly turns into a kind of ancient succubus. She devours her husband as the evil seed within her grows too powerful.

Throughout the film we see Denholme turn from innocent, soft focussed beauty to raging, blood sucking, meat eating crazy bitch.

Now in a twist of reality it turns out Thelema Ophite, a secretive snake worshipping cult in California, are actually insisting their initiates watch the film before proceeding to offer their lives and souls to the great serpent gods.

Although no real names are give, the Grand Mistress said, “The film offers an insight into the realm of original serpent worship older than Christianity itself and the way the actress goes through the process is something we believe initiates need to see. Some of our rituals can be very difficult for those who are not prepared and this film we were surprised to discover, actually touches on many.”

One can only guess at just what those rituals may involve, when in the film we see a lot of rabid gore, sex and violence. There’s a healthy lecture given by the, now turned Denholme, about mankind and it’s ability to rape mother earth before she destroys her man. Let’s hope Thelema Ophite don’t have too many secrets locked away in their red and black closets.

Lady of the Dark: Genesis of the Serpent Vampire is a Chemical Burn Entertainment picture, written and Directed by Philip Gardiner and starring Melanie Denholme.

It is available from and

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Sell Your Soul to Satan

Filmmakers Discover How Far Wannabes Will Go

Californian filmmakers push the boundaries of acceptability in a crazy new film that sees wannabes sell their souls to Satan.

Hollywood is full of hopefuls. Packed with waiters and waitresses who all think they have what it takes. Thousands of truly talented people never get that one break they have read so much about. But what is there was a way to rise above the rest?

Well, filmmakers in California have actually created a bizarre competition. Thousands of hopefuls lined up around the block to be selected to strike a deal with non other than Satan himself. The prize? To attain stardom.

Dedicated actors, skilled musicians, doctors, lawyers, you name it, they all turned up ready and willing to sign their soul over to Satan for stardom. Eventually one man was chosen, Kai Blackwood, an aspiring rock star. Blackwood proceeds to embark on a nefarious path of real-life occult practices taken directly from Le Grand Grimmoire and sells his soul to Satan.

In a ground breaking documentary film, Chemical Burn Entertainment presents the most shocking sights of human humiliation you will ever see. Packed with insanity and occult practices, I Sold My Soul To Satan is a film for our times.

The film is available now from or

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Alien Autopsy

Secrets of the Alien Autopsy Revealed

A few years ago the whole world was amazed by footage of an alien autopsy carried out in Area 51. But then scandal hit as it was revealed to be a hoax. But was that the whole truth?

In 1995 Ray Santilli released his now infamous footage of the alien autopsy. Every newspaper on the planet and every media outlet went crazy. Santilli claimed it showed the autopsy of a dead alien recovered from a crashed flying saucer found near Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. The body was then moved to Hanger 18 at the famous Area 51. Then just as suddenly the world was shocked to discover the whole thing had been hoaxed.

For over 15 years the creators of the footage have been silent, until now. Reality Films film Director and author, Philip Gardiner, got exclusive access to Ray Santilli and Gary Shoefield with startling results. Amazing tales of sinister Men in Black invading their lives and stories of how Chinese secret service agents knew all about the real original footage that Ray and Gary recreated. For the first time the entire alien autopsy footage is released on the DVD of this incredible story.

Stunning cgi recreations and in-depth investigation into the whole story reveal a much bigger story than any Warner Brothers blockbuster showed. Amazingly, a lot of the “movie” starring Britian’s Ant and Dec were based on very real events, including the sinister secret services.

The new film, Alien From Area 51: The Alien Autopsy Revealed, is available now from or

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