Robert Kurtzman, who's out promoting his horror film The Rage, will direct "Buried Alive," one of the three films part of Dark Lot Entertainment's The Horror Chronicles. From a screenplay by Art Monterastelli (The Hunted), 'Buried Alive' is a tale of a group of college friends whose weekend getaway at a remote hunting lodge turns terrifying. You can read on for details on the other two stories...
From writer Stephen Susco (writer of The Grudge and The Grudge 2) comes ZERO DARK THIRTY, the story of a U.S. Army solider who returns home from the Middle East -- in body only. Soon, his tranquil small town is gripped by strange and violent events. To be directed by John Stalberg, Jr.
Richard Jeffries (Cold Creek Manor) writes and will direct LIVING HELL, the story of what happens when a terrifying organism is inadvertently released from a secret Army facility.
Robert Kurtzman's 'The Rage' follows a crazed scientist experimenting with a rage virus on innocent victims in a laboratory in the woods. When his monstrous subjects escape and vultures devour their remains, they became mutations seeking to feed on humans. Check out the official website for a special 30-minute making of featurette!