Tag: horror

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...

Review: THE GRACEFIELD INCIDENT, A Collection of Rehashed Material

"Matthew Donovan (played by Mathieu Ratthe, who's also the film's director) embeds an iPhone camera into his prosthetic eye to secretly record a weekend with friends in a luxurious mountain top cabin”, says the official synopsis for the Canadian/American production...

Fantasia 2017 Review: TILT, A Slowburn Thriller About Mental Health And The American Dream

When we first meet Joseph and Joanne, the young couple are returning from a trip to Hawaii.   Joseph is a documentary filmmaker and Joanne studies medicine. When Joanne is out, Joseph works away on a new documentary in his...

Pretty Packaging: Germany's SUSPIRIA Release Is A Bewitching Beauty

Dario Argento's beautifully nightmarish witchcraft thriller Suspiria was released in 1977. That is four decades ago already, and this has spurred German distributor "84 Entertainment" to release a 40th Anniversary Leatherbook Edition. Which is all fun and good, but it's...

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...

Review: A GHOST STORY Offers Top-Tier Existential Horror

A definite highlight of the year, David Lowery's new film grips you completely as it explores fresh ground in how it tackles mourning and losing a loved one.

FrightFest 2017 Announces Frightening Festival Lineup, Starting With CULT OF CHUCKY

Now in its 18th year, Horror Channel FrightFest is one of the signature genre festivals in the world, its lineup capturing the best of recent horror and fantasy titles as well as previewing the films that will cause our future...

First POLAROID Trailer: Death Takes a Snapshot

Once I aspired to own a Polaroid camera. Now it is an antique and the subject of a horror film. I feel old. Judging by its first trailer, Polaroid looks like an old-fashioned story with a new technological twist that...

Blomkamp Enters The FIREBASE With Latest Short Film

District 9 director Neill Blomkamp returns with the second short film from his new Oats Sudio released for free online. And after the alien invasion story of his first Oats effort, Blomkamp this time turns to the past with a...

Popcorn Frights 2017: Second Wave Goes Deep With TERRIFIER, JACKALS, THE BRIDE, THE ENDLESS, More

The second wave of programming for the Popcorn Frights Film Festival in Miami, Florida, has been announced, featuring 40 film premieres from eight countries. The fest will be held August 11-17. As previously announced, Tragedy Girls will be one of...

SATAN'S SLAVES: Watch The Chilling Teaser For Joko Anwar's Indonesian Horror

It seems strange to say that despite a career that has long flirted with a wide variety of genres, Joko Anwar's upcoming remake of classic Indonesian cult title Satan's Slaves (Pengabdi Setan) marks the first time the critically acclaimed director...

Impressive Russian SciFi Short THE PASSENGER Teased

Russian director Egor Abramenko has long been a favorite in these parts - a quick search of our archive will turn up a number of his previous works - but has largely been out of our view in recent days....

Festival Watch: Bloody Mary Film Festival, Open For Submissions, Celebrating Canadian Women Filmmakers in Genre Cinema This November!

Our friends at the Blood Mary Film Festival have announced the dates for their sophomore festival this November. The two day festival celebrating Canadian women in genre cinema runs at the cozy Carlton cinema on November 30th and December 1st. ...

First official trailer of “The Crossbreed” online!

Turkish director, executive producer and script writer Biray Dalkiran’s expected first movie in USA which is the nineth of his career; “The Crossbreed”s first official trailer has been revealed. “The Crossbreed” is an horror thriller movie starring Angela Durazo, Nathan...

Joko Anwar Unveils SATAN'S SLAVES

Indonesian helmer Joko Anwar (The Forbidden Door, Modus Anomali) has recently wrapped production on his sixth feature film and after a long history of embracing the trappings of genre film Anwar is going full bore into horror with this one....

Popcorn Frights 2017: TRAGEDY GIRLS and MAYHEM Lead the First Wave for Miami Fest

The 3rd annual Popcorn Frights Film Festival has announced its first wave of programming, and Miami, Florida is set to have its spine tingled in August! Billing itself as the largest genre film event in the state, the festival will...

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...

MORTO NAO FALA: Check The First Image From Dennison Ramalho's Debut Feature!

For those on with an ear to the ground of the international genre film circuit, Brazilian director Dennison Ramalho has been a bit of a touch point name for years now. The director of acclaimed shorts Love From Mother Only...