This is our 13th film and we want to celebrate with another gore filled creature feature called MONSTERS OF CARNAGE!
MONSTERS OF CARNAGE
20 years ago, on a routine hunting trip, Jake Dallas and two friends were savagely attacked by a ferocious creature living in the northern woods. Battered and torn and left for dead, Jake was the sole survivor. After his recovery, Jake has spent every waking moment hunting the elusive monster that scarred him for life. Now a team of Cryptozoologists on a weekend trip, find themselves teaming up with a trio of treasure hunters in the northern woods. After a bizarre run in with Jake, the group soon realizes they are being hunted by the enormous creature that stalks these dark woods. One by one they are viciously murdered by the creature. Now Jake must face his final destiny! Can he save those who remain and finally destroy the beast that haunts his very soul?
"The Production Company"
Here at SkullHouse, we are hard at work creating a new series of violent, sexy, and gore filled creature features cheerfully dubbed “The Carnage Series”! Once again the creative team behind the monsters, madness, and mayhem of Mr. Jingles, Born of Earth, Biker Zombies, Little Red Devil, They must Eat!, and Evil Offspring are kicking off the Carnage Series with a gigantic blood soaked tale of revenge and terror called MONSTERS OF CARNAGE!
OUR TEAM: imdb credits
John R. Fisher
OUR FILM LIBRARY
Here you can check out some of our trailers below.
1st - BIKER ZOMBIES FROM DETROIT (released by R Squared)
2nd - LURKING TERROR (released by R Squared)
3rd - MR. JINGLES (released by Lions Gate)
4th - WRITER'S BLOCK (released by R Squared)
5th - THE REMAKE (released by R Squared)
6th - THEY MUST EAT (released by R Squared)
7th - EVIL OFFSPRING (released by R Squared)
8th - LITTLE RED DEVIL (released by R Squared)
9th - BORN OF EARTH (released by Entertainment One)
10th - JINGLES THE CLOWN (released by R Squared)
11th - EXIT 33 (released by Broken Glass/Vicious Circle)
12th - SLAB
Well first off we make horror movies because we have an unquenchable thirst for monsters. We love it through and through. Some people would say some of our movies cross over to comedies. We love our creatures. There is another reason why horror. In other countries the same things scare everyone. Pornography and Horror are basically the same all over the world. But humor and drama are different depending on the culture. So in short they sell across the board.
It is the best of times, it is the worst of times. We have so much spark when we are working on a script or setting a scene or even planning a special FX gag. It is better than ice cream. But with that passion comes our hard heads. Each of us thinks we are right and we fight until we decide what is best for the project not our egos (yes they do come into play). We do at times just need to walk away and chill out. But all in all we could not have accomplished so much without each other.