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NIGHTMARE SYMPHONY: New Poster For Homage to Fulci's NIGHTMARE CONCERT

TetroVideo is releasing Nightmare Symphony, a new film from Italian filmmaker Domiziano Cristopharo and homage to Lucio Fulci's 1990 film Nightmare Concert/A Cat in the Brain. They recently released a new poster for the film, which you can see to...

FIREBALL: VISITORS FROM DARKER WORLDS, Science and Sense of Awe: Werner Herzog and Clive Oppenheimer Interview

"I wouldn't have made a single film without a sense of awe. I wouldn't have made a single story without sense of deep excitement. That's culture - a collective agitation of mind. It's the core of what culture is. A cow in the field doesn't have that. And we have it."

Shudder in December: New CREEPSHOW Special, New LAST DRIVE-IN Special Cap Off The Year

Well, it's been a year, hasn't it? How we celebrate the holidays this year may change with the current climate but one thing is always certain, we will all need a distraction or time away from it all at some...

CONFESSIONS OF A NECROPHILE GIRL: Exclusive Images From Upcoming TetroVideo Release

For fans of the extreme we have two exclusive images from TetroVideo's upcoming release Confessions of a Necrophile Girl, directed by Domiziano Cristopharo (Ill Contagium, A Taste of Phobia, Phantasmagoria). We've written about Cristopharo's brand of horror in the past...

Blood Window 2020: Official Screenings & Spotlight on International Projects Announced

Prior to the weekend Variety first announced the official selection of screenings that will take place during Blood Window at the end of the month.    Under normal circumstances these films would be screened throughout the duration of the festival....

Review: PROXIMA: The Call of the Stars, the Pull of the Earth

Sarah (Eva Green) has dreamed of going into space for her whole life. She became an engineer, works at the European Space Agency, and has kept in physical and mental shape. And now, her time has come: she is selected...

Busan 2020 Review: COALESCE Shows Cambodia as a Land Compromised by Opportunity

Three young men look to forge their own paths in the fast-developing Kingdom of Cambodia in French filmmaker Jessé Miceli’s keenly observed debut feature. Employing non-professional actors and an entirely Cambodian cast, what follows is a coherent and engaging story...

Lund Fantastic 2020 Review: JUMBO, We So Seldom Look on Love

How do we know when we love? How do we know what we love? How do we make the decision (and it is a decision) that we will love what we love, for as long as we are allowed? And...

Review: Galician Fire in Oliver Laxe's FIRE WILL COME

Laxe observes his beloved Galician region and its people simply and quietly. The old way of living is rapidly disappearing. The notion of time is more visible in these parts of the world because they are close to nature.

Horror Comedy BLOODY HELL Acquired by The Horror Collective

Alister Grierson's black comedy horror flick Bloody Hell has been picked up for North American distribution by Entertainment Squad. Through is genre label The Horror Collective they plan to release Bloody Hell in cinemas, Drive-Ins and On Demand in the...

Montreal Nouveau 2020 Review: THE BOOK OF VISION, Visual Beauty Hides A Flimsy Narrative

The study and treatment of ailments of the human body is certainly one of the most fascinating of histories; the way look back in shock on how illnesses were once treated (leeches, blood-letting), people of the future might one day...

TetroVideo Announces DVD Releases of Extreme Flicks DELIRIO And CARCINOMA

TetroVideo is relatively new outfit over in the UK hell bent on distributing extreme and challenging horror cinema. Releasing independant horror cinema in limited releases of 100 copies on all-region DVD they're bound to have something for all you extreme...

Warsaw 2020 Review: PREPARATIONS TO BE TOGETHER FOR AN UNKNOWN PERIOD OF TIME, Low-Key Love and Madness

Lili Horvát´s sophomore feature offers an introverted take on l´amour fou in slow-burning psychological melodrama about a romance that could have been.

Montreal Nouveau 2020 Review: RED MOON TIDE, We Are Left to the Witches and Monsters

In Galicia, where forests meat a rugged and dangerous coastline, Rubio has gone missing. The local village's resident diver, he would search for the bodies of those lost to the rough seas, or possible eaten by the monster that lurks...

Busan 2020 Review: THE PREDATORS, Stylish Italian Dark Comedy Debut

Twenty-eight year old newcomer Pietro Castellitto debuts with this assured, sharply scripted black comedy about class, wildly different families and the individuals that comprise them. It was frankly shocking to learn the Director of this film is so young, as...

Montreal Nouveau 2020 Review: KILL IT AND LEAVE THIS TOWN, An Animated and Discordant Purgatory

In one scene in Mariusz Wilczyński’s Kill It and Leave This Town, characters are taking a long train ride, telling stories in fits and starts, as the vehicle crosses what seems like an endless parallel universe populated by bird people...

Now Streaming: ILS (THEM), Terror That Jangles the Nerves

Olivia Bonamy and Michaël Cohen star in a disturbing French horror thriller, directed by David Moreau and Xavier Palud, and now streaming on Shudder.

Blu-ray Review: THE HIT, a Funny, Reflective Crime Story

The 1984 film The Hit is out today on Criterion Collection --- and they're having a 50% off flash sale right now, so if you've been waiting to score some awesome box sets, get to it ASAP. (For those of...

Review: SLEEP TIGHT (MIENTRAS DUERMES), Completely Unsettling

Luis Tosar and Marta Etura star in a superb, nerve-twisting thriller by director Jaume Balaguero, now streaming on Shudder.

Coming Soon on Criterion: MINDING THE GAP, Dylan By Scorsese, Soviet ASCENT

Plus: The final 3 films by Luis Bunuel in a new Blu-ray set.