Festivals: Sitges

Sitges 2022 Review: BRIAN AND CHARLES, Bridges Over Troubled Waters

It's a cliché to say that people need people, but it is a cliché because it's true (at least for most of us). Humans are social creatures and built for community and love, be that friendship or romantic. And while...

LA NUEVA Trailer: A New Short Film From MR. DENTONN's Ivan Villamel And VIEJOS' Raúl Cerezo

Maria is the new teacher who arrives at an old religious school. On her first day, she will have to teach a group of rebellious teens who are part of a punishment class. An unexpected event will turn the classroom into a real hell.

Sitges 2022 Highlights Mike Flanagan, Quentin Dupieux, and Masaaki Yuasa in Latest Announcement

In 18 days, I will be in Spain. In 21 days, the great Sitges festival begins, and the amazing announcements just keep coming. Dario Argento will receive the new Golden Honorary Award, while Quentin Dupieux, Ti West and Masaaki Yuasa...

Sitges 2022: KIDS VS. ALIENS, SATAN'S SLAVES 2, Doc About The [REC] Phenomena And More Join Fest

More news from our friends at Sitges. Very, exciting news.    The festival has announced that the new films from Jason Eisener and Joe Begos will be coming. They're dipping into influences past, Eisener with his 80s kids in peril...

Jaume Balagueró's VENUS to Open Sitges Festival

Spanish director Jauma Balagueró might not be quite as well-known as other directors of his country, at least outside of it, but he's a cornerstone of the horror renaissance that swept the country in recent decades. From the [REC] series...

Sitges 2022 Second Wave Announces Edgar Wright, VESPER, and more

Sitges remains the cornerstone of fantastic genre film in Europe, and we're thrilled to be returning to the festival in person this year to cover their tremendous offerings. Besides the previously announced Tron theme, there's announcements on awards, several films...

Sitges 2022: TRON's 40th Anniversary Inspires This Year's Festival Poster

Time to start gearing up that Sitges promotion machine! The Sitges - International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia has unveiled this year's poster design, inspired by the 1982 cyber action classic, Tron. The poster appears to come in the three...

WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND: SCARS Trailer Suggests a Harrowing Horror is Coming

I'm already queasy after watching this first trailer for the upcoming horror slasher movie What the Waters Left Behind: Scars, the sequel to Nicolas Onetti's first flick.    Not that I'm adverse to horror flicks but I have a really...

WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND: SCARS Exclusive: Your First Look at The Poster And Key Stills

We have your first look at the poster and key stills from Nicolas Onetti's sequel to his 2017 horror flick

THE PASSENGER (La pasajera) Red Band Trailer

Darkstar Pictures and Bloody Disgusting are releasing Raúl Cerez and Fernando González Gómez's ride share horror The Passenger (La pasajera) in cinemas on June 3rd and On Demand and Digital on June 28th.    A group of strangers sharing a...

Sitges 2022: International Genre Festival Now Open For Feature Film Submissions

Hold on to your butts, the Sitges Film Festival has just opened its feature film submission period. One of the most renowned genre festivals in World, a spot at Sitges is highly sought after. Thems some great laurels to have...

THE PASSENGER (LA PASAJERA) is Coming to Cinemas in Spain Next Week

A shared van in which a man and three women are traveling hits a tourist who is walking in the dark on a secondary road. After getting her into the vehicle to take her to the nearest hospital, the occupants...

Sitges 2021 Review: BIENVENIDOS AL INFIERNO

Lucia lives with her mute grandmother, her abuela, at their remote home in the forest. Lucia has left a dangerous relationship with Monk, the lead singer of a satanic death metal band. Further to this toxic relationship is that she...

Sitges 2021: Carlos Saura Honored, Audience Awards Announced

Sitges drew to a close yesterday and while we still have a trio of reviews still in the works the audience chimed in with their own thoughts.    Camille Griffin's debut the comedy horror Silent Night won the Audience Award...

Sitges 2021 Méliès d'Or Awards: Prano Bailey-Bond's CENSOR Wins Best European Film

To European filmmakers few awards are as important in the genre community as the Méliès d’Or Awards. Tonight, Sitges hosted the Méliès d'Or awards ceremony and rewarded Prano Bailey-Bond's Censor the Best European Feature Film award, the Méliès d'Or . ...

Sitges 2021: LAMB, AFTER BLUE And Justin Kurzel Among Top Honors

It's awards time at Sitges as the festival nears its end. The Méliès d'Or awards are just a half hour away and the festival has handed out its awards last night.    Valdimar Johánnsson's Lamb has won for best feature...

Sitges 2021 Review: BELLE

At this stage of his career, I think it's pretty safe to say that Mamoru Hosoda has firmly established himself as one of the best contemporary Japanese animation directors. And he's also no stranger at Sitges, where he has won...

EL PÁRAMO (The Beast) Teaser: Flatlands Horror in David Casademunt's Debut

Lucia and her son live far from society in a flat area where there is almost no life. The small family unit formed by mother and son receives hardly any visitors, and their goal is to develop a peaceful existence....

THE BLAZING WORLD: Dermot Mulroney Has a Fire Inside in Exclusive Clip

Decades after the accidental drowning of her twin sister, a self-destructive young woman (Carlson Young) returns to her family home, finding herself drawn to an alternate dimension where her sister may still be alive. Through an epic journey down the...

THE PASSENGER (La pasajera): Level K Hitches a Ride For Sales Rights

“The Passenger” follows a group of strangers on a road trip who get abruptly interrupted when their van accidentally hits a female hiker in the middle of the night. They decide to take her to the hospital but soon understand...