Tag: horror

Crowdfund This: FRANK & ZED, Puppet Horror For The Masses

Jesse Blanchard's puppet horror film Frank & Zed, as far as anyone knows, will be the first feature length full classic puppet style film in nearly thirty years. That is, puppets and only puppets dominate the landscape in the film...

Blu-ray Review: Linda Blair in Wes Craven's SUMMER OF FEAR, Gently Unnerving Horror

More than a fascinating curio, Summer of Fear (aka Stranger in Our House) showed that Wes Craven was a talented director and that Linda Blair could more than hold her own at the center of a dramatic film. First broadcast...

AFTER THE LETHARGY: Get A Taste Of Marc Carrete's Upcoming Chiller

Asmodexia director Marc Carrete returned to the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival this year with a little something new for audiences craving high end scares. Presented as part of the Pitchbox program, Carrete shared a proof of concept trailer for...

THE NEW MUTANTS: The X-Men Franchise Goes Full On Horror In First Trailer

If you were among those who arched a skeptical eyebrow when news came out that Fox were planning to push their X-Men franchise in a horror direction with the upcoming spin-off The New Mutants, well, let's just say you weren't...

ATERRADOS (TERRIFIED): Watch The Trailer For Demian Rugna's Paranormal Shocker

Demian Rugna's paranormal shocker Aterrados (Terrified) from Argentina will have its world premiere at Morbido in a couple weeks. Yesterday, Rugna quietly released a trailer the other day without letting us know, shame on him. So here it is now. ...

Fantastic Fest 2017 Review: Sex, Lies and VIDAR THE VAMPIRE

Blood-sucking vampires have been invading cinema screens for nearly a century now so it’s increasingly rare to see something truly original come out of the genre. Enter Vidar. Not only is this unfortunate creature one of the sorriest excuses for...

HOSTILE Trailer: An Apocalyptic Creature Feature with Soul

Xavier Gens' Full Time Films has premiered the first trailer for Mathieu Turi's apocalyptic monster movie, Hostile. The film stars Brittany Ashworth (The Crucifixion) as Juliette, a self-sufficient survivor who gets stranded in the wasteland and must survive the night...

What Are You Watching in October?

Yesterday I finally caught up with Jaume Balagueró's La séptima víctima (2002), a completely nerve-jangling horror picture that I first saw in 2004 during its U.S. theatrical run. Released in a severely shortened version as Darkness, I remember being distinctly...

New York 2017: Dark Corner Launches First VR Horror Platform and New Short NIGHT NIGHT

Anyone who has slipped into a VR headset can attest to the visceral nature of the medium and it doesn't take long to jump to the idea that this is going to be an incredible platform for horror. Leading the...

Shudder: FOUND FOOTAGE 3D and SEOUL STATION Ready to Spook in October

As we near the most, wonderful time of the year - Halloween - we look to our streaming services to fulfill our desires for chills, thrills and outright scares. Look no further that AMC Networks’ Shudder, whose sole purpose is...

MAYHEM: Key Art Revealed For Joe Lynch's Workplace Horror Flick

Yesterday, the key art for Joe Lynch's horror flick Mayhem was released. The flick has a few more stops on the festival circuit here in North American before it will be released in theaters and on VOD and Digital HD...

Blu-ray Review: A DARK SONG Soars

Scream Factory is an awesome imprint and they show no signs of slowing down with their superb releases. To that end, the horror distribution arm of Shout! Factory has recently released the festival hit A Dark Song, which toured the circuit...

Toronto 2017: LES AFFAMES Clip, Because Even Zombie Killers Need a Theme Song

It's a cool, overcast day. A breeze is rippling gently through the air. An anonymous car pulls to a stop. The radio plays a pleasant French-language tune. Then a stranger lurches into view. And then WAM! WAM! WAM! WAM! Beware...

Sitges 2017: WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND, Poster Revealed Ahead of World Premiere at Fest

Luciano and Nicolás Onetti's new film What the Waters Left Behind will have its world premiere at the Sitges Film Festival in Spain in October. To celebrate the announcement the brothers have released the official poster for the film. We...

The End Is Here! Watch The Full APOCALYPSE NOW NOW Short Film Now!

We've been keeping a close eye on South African urban fantasy Apocalypse Now Now here for some time now [perhaps just a tiny bit because I'm one of the producers on it] and now following the release of the trailer...

Screamfest 2017: TRAGEDY GIRLS Leads First Wave of Titles

Okay Angelenos. It is that time of year again. Autumn is approaching and with it the promise of another scary season come October. To help get you into the mood Screamfest is back for its seventeenth year. The festival is...

Toronto 2017: Key Art And Stills From Brian O'Malley's THE LODGERS

Brian O'Malley's upcoming gothic horror flick The Lodgers will have its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 8th, 2017 at Scotiabank 3 at 7:15 PM. Fear not if you cannot get premiere tickets because it will...

SICCIN 4 Trailer Delivers Another Burst Of Turkish Horror Madness

Director Alper Mestci will soon return to Turkish cinema screens with Siccin 4, the latest entry into his popular series of local horror films. And Mestci certainly appears to be familiar with the principal rule of sequels - give them...

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival Offers the Best of Horror & Cool Guests like Dee Wallace

San Diego's small but mighty Horrible Imaginings Film Festival returns to Balboa Park's Museum of Photographic Arts during September 8 - 10. Southern California fans of horror, thrillers, and all things fantastic will enjoy not only the best in international...

NANG: The Best Film Magazine You're Not Reading

The printed word is dead. That’s what we have been told. It’s too expensive, cumbersome and environmentally unfriendly, especially when we have the internet, with its limitless word counts and instantaneous editing functions. Film criticism is dead too. Nobody wants...