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ASTONISHING TALES OF TERROR: ROCKTAPUSSY! Black Fawn Acquire Home Video Rights For Canadian Action Horror

Here's a cheeky one for you. Our friends at Black Fawn Distribution have announced that they have acquired the Canadian home video rights for the horror-adventure-comedy Astonishing Tales of Terror: Rocktapussy!   Produced by the husband-and-wife team of Brigitte Kingsley...

MISTER LIMBO Trailer Premiere: Existential Dramady on Digital This September

Two strangers wake up in the middle of the desert with no memory of anything - including their names. Are they dead? Or did they just party too hard? A warm buddy film at heart - but hopefully also a...

GenreBlast 2022: WORST LAID PLANS Headlines Indie Genre Fest Lineup

GenreBlast, the genre festival happening at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Winchester, Virginia, is gearing up to hold its four day event.    Over the course of the long weekend the festival's lineup promises fourteen independant films, some world premieres,...

Sanfic-Morbido Lab 2022: Six New Projects Presented at This Year's Showcase

Last week the six projects participating in this year's Sanfic Morbido Lab, Sanfic’s genre/fantastic film showcase, were announced over at Variety. The showcase is in it's third year and takes place during Sanfic, Santiago Festival Internacional de Cine, during the...

Fantasia 2022 Review: OUT IN THE RING, The History & Future Of Pro Wrestling From A Queer Perspective

A compelling documentary about the history of LGBTQIA+ wrestlers prowling the squared circle, Ry Levey’s Out in the Ring is solid enough to engage even those unfamiliar or even uninterested in professional wrestling. For over one hundred years, professional wrestling...

Cinedigm Acquires U.S. & Canadian Rights For HISTORY OF THE OCCULT

This is cool news. Variety reported early today that Cinedigm have acquired the U.S. and Canadian rights for Cristian Ponce's horror flick, History of the Occult. They acquired the rights to the Argentine horror flick from our friends at Filmsharks...

WHAT JOSIAH SAW Clip: "She Says You're Going to Die"

One week from today you will get to watch the lauded southern gothic horror flick, What Josiah Saw. In the meantime a clip was released today, check it out below.    In the clip, Nick Stahl's character, Eli, is having...

HOUSE OF DARKNESS Trailer: Starring Justin Long And Kate Bosworth

Justin Long and Kate Bosworth star in this seductive thriller from director Neil LaBute (The Wicker Man). Driving home to her secluded estate after meeting at a local bar, a player out to score thinks his beautiful, mysterious date will...

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...

WITCH GAME (JUEGO DE BRUJAS): New Fantasy Horror Film From LEGIONS' Fabian Forte Heads Into Post

Fabian Forte's recent film Legions played at Fantasia this past weekend and was just picked up by XYZ Films for distribution. But enough about that film, we've got news on his next one as it's heading into post.    The new...

Celludroid 2022: Final Days to Submit to South African Sci-Fi, Animation and Fantasy Film Festival

Was I this many years old when I found out that our friends at South African Horrorfest had a sister festival called Celludroid, and that it focuses on Sci-Fi, Animation and Fantasy subjects? For shame.   Our friends have long...

MOTELX 2022: Argento's DARK GLASSES And Cervera's HUESERA Among First Titles

Our friends at MOTELX, Lisbon International Horror Film Festival, in Portugal are gearing up for this year's edition of their tremendous event.    Today's announcement includes some of the titles playing at this year's festival, a book launch about Portuguese...

Exclusive Debut: HE'S WATCHING Alt Poster - Creeper with Texts by Smudge & JAE

I don't usually say this, much less write it, but please take a moment and read the texts in the alternate poster created by artists Smudge & JAE for Jacob Aaron Estes' unsettling new thriller, He's Watching. The messages are...

Exclusive Debut: HE'S WATCHING Alt Poster - Purple Demon Face by Jay Martin & JAE

Created by Jay Martin & JAE for Jacob Aaron Estes' unsettling new thriller, He's Watching, today's alternate poster -- titled "Purple Demon Face" -- certainly communicates a definitely scary vibe. This is the fourth of five alternate posters that we've...

Popcorn Frights 2022: Second Wave Includes Cannibalism, Hallucinogenic Worms, Martial Arts Rock Bands And More

There's no better way for genre fans in the southeast U.S. to bid adieu to Summer than to go to Popcorn Frights Film Festival in August.  The festival will boast twenty world premieres this year, including Do Not Disturb, from...

Exclusive Debut: HE'S WATCHING Alt Poster - Paper Mache Man by Nicole Lobart

Play is play. But in the alternate poster by Nicole Lobart, created for Jacob Aaron Estes' unsettling new film, He's Watching, no one is playing. "When happy-go-lucky siblings Iris and Lucas are left alone while their parents recover from an...

WHEN I CONSUME YOU: New Trailer And Poster For Perry Blackshear's Horror Hit

The trailer and poster have been released for Perry Blackshear’s horror hit When I Consume You. 1091 Pictures is putting it out on VOD Available in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand on August 16th.    A...

GLORIOUS Teaser: Fifteen Seconds of Cosmic Chaos And Glory

Well, this looks like Rebekah MeKendry's Glorious is going to dance all over our eyeballs and brain, don't it?   Glorious will have its world premiere tomorrow at Fantasia before it is whisked away to Shudder next month. A short...

Exclusive Debut: HE'S WATCHING Alt Poster - Bloody Doll by Valentina Fariello

Today's exclusive debut, an alternate poster by artist Valentina Fariello for Jacob Aaron Estes' He's Watching, puts the emphasis on the red stuff. What does that have to do with two young people left alone by their parents? The official...

Criterion in October 2022: CURE and Other Classics

Kurosawa Kiyoshi's Cure is one of the very few movies that made me stop breathing. I was in the middle of a full house for a screening at Asian Film Festival of Dallas. My blood ran cold. I started breathing...