CHANNEL ZERO: NO-END HOUSE: Watch the First Episode Here

SyFy has released the entire first episode of Channel Zero: No-End House, the horror anthology created by Nick Antosca, inspired by the internet's Creepypastas short-form horror phenomenon. I was a pretty big fan of the first season, "Candle Cove", which...

HELLBOY First Look: David Harbour Looks the Part

Neil Marshall's Hellboy has already seen its share of controversies. From its lack of Ron Perlman to its lack of diversity when casting an Asian character, the film has become a target for some onlookers and fans. But here's one thing...

Allan Ungar Back in Action with DECOY

Director Allan Ungar might have found his next big actioner in Decoy, a project with some compelling star power in Frank Grillo (The Purge: Anarchy), Andy Garcia (The Untouchables) and Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf). Written by David Benullo, the story...

LADY BIRD Trailer: Greta Gerwig Goes Autobiographical in Directorial Debut

A24 Films have released the first trailer for Greta Gerwig's directorial debut, Lady Bird. The film, which Gerwig also wrote, stars Saoirse Ronan (Hanna) who plays a girl on the threshold of adult life who yearns to escape her roots...

TRUE DETECTIVE Season 3 Finds Its Director, GREEN ROOM's Jeremy Saulnier

Well, HBO did it - they made me excited for another season of True Detective. The permium cable company announced today that a third season of Nic Pizzolatto's crime anthology True Detective is happening and it's found its director in Green...

Venice 2017: NICO, 1988 Trailer and Poster, The Priestess of Darkness in Her Full Glory

Susana Nicchiarelli's eccentric biopic about the final days of Nico, the equally eccentric former "Factory Girl" and front woman of Lou Reed's Velvet Underground, is being roundly praised following its premiere at the Venice Film Festival today. Nico, 1988 is...

78/52 Trailer Examines PSYCHO's Most Infamous Scene

IFC have released a trailer for the intriguing new Alfred Hitchcock doc, 78/52, which takes a forensic look at Psycho's most infamous scene and how it changed the course of modern filmmaking. The doc is directed by Alexandre O. Philippe...

Watch Vince Vaughn in First BRAWL IN CELL BLOCK 99 Trailer

S. Craig Zahler (Bone Tomahawk) is back in action with his sophomore film, Brawl in Cell Block 99. The first teaser for the film has premiered over on distributor RLJE's YouTube channel and it features a bald, tattooed, Vince Vaughan...

QEDA Trailer: From Denmark, Time Travelling Doppelgängers and a Dying Earth

Max Kestner's upcoming sci-fi thriller QEDA looks to be a stylish and mind-bending film featuring a future world in ecological peril and a time travelling plot that sends two versions of the same person back to 2017, Looper style. In the film, the...

DARK/WEB Episode Banners Showcase Directors' Unique Visions

Felt Films (Circle) have released six pieces of banner art for the standalone episodes of their upcoming anthology series, Dark/Web. Eight episodes in all, the series combines a serialized mystery with anthology segments written and directed by various filmmakers.  As...

BRIGHT Trailer: Netflix's $100 Million Blockbuster Shines

Humans, Orcs, Elves... everybody is just trying to get along in Netflix's $100 million original film Bright, based on the Max Landis script that caused something of a bidding war when it was passed around. The film about "racial" tension...

PACIFIC RIM: UPRISING Teaser Assembles the Jaegers

Legendary has released a short teaser for Pacific Rim: Uprising, the sequel to Guillermo del Toro's 2013 monsters vs. Kaiju epic, Pacific Rim. More of an opportunity to show off some new Jaeger designs and pimp out the film's first...

IT to Open Germany's Fantasy Filmfest

Andrés Muschietti's hotly anticipated adaptation of Stephen King's It will open the Fantasy Filmfest in Munich, Germany. The festival runs September 6 - 16. The festival's 2017 lineup already includes a number of eagerly awaited titles, including Paco Plaza's (REC) Veronica,...

Filmmakers Panos Cosmatos, Abner Pastoll, Joachim Lafosse and Jacques Audiard Win Investment

Belgium's Wallimage has awarded four filmmakers significant project investment in the company's highly competitive 85th year of helping to bolster its local film industry. Two genre films in particular have caught our attention with Wallimage's support becoming a crucial vote...

COLD SKIN Teaser: Xavier Gens' Lovecraftian Horror Comes at Night

French extremist Xavier Gens (The Divide) has been super busy lately. Not only did he take the reigns on Cold Skin, an adaptation of Albert Sanchez Pinol's popular novel of the same name, he recently wrapped the yet-to-be released possession...

AUTOMATA Trailer: Sci-Fi Noir in the Prohibition Era

Van Alan's sci-fi noir series Automata has been a labor of love for the filmmaker. Based on the popular Penny Arcade web-comic characters, Automata follows private detective Sam Regal (Basil Harris from NBC's Grimm) and his automaton partner Carl Swangee...

EDIE Trailer: Sheila Hancock Climbs a Mountain in Scotland

Mutant Chronicles and Lighthouse director Simon Hunter is back after a long hiatus with a new film, this time not a genre piece, but a poignant drama about aging and redemption called Edie. Based on an original idea by Hunter,...

Exclusive Clip from Rodney Ascher's PRIMAL SCREEN

AMC's horror streaming service Shudder has entered the original content game with a series of six planned "Shudder Originals", the first of which is Rodney Ascher's (Room 237) latest, Primal Screen. Primal Screen explores how individuals are simultaneously attracted to...

BIOPUNK: Kristian Nairn (GAME OF THRONES) Stars in Dystopian Proof of Concept Video

Biopunk is a crowd-funded proof of concept short directed by Liam Garvo
 and written by Andrew Harmer (The Fitzroy). It's set in a dystopian London in 2054, where the world has been ravaged by a virus that has killed billions...

SHALLOW WATER: Sandy Collora Returns with Creature Feature

Sandy Collora first made a name for himself when his fan film Batman: Dead End was released way back in 2003. Since then, Collora has worked mostly on his own, self-producing impressive independent genre fare including the sci-fi film Hunter...