Tag: horror

Review: HAPPY DEATH DAY 2U Cheerfully Subverts Mainstream Expectations

Jessica Rothe returns, as director Christopher Landon masterminds a sequel filled with clever riffs on familiar themes.

THE CLEANER Exclusive: New Concept Art Emerges Ahead of EFM

Back in 2017 one of my favorite pitches from the Frontieres coproduction market was for Jan van Gorkum's horror comedy The Cleaner.    In the Dutch production The Cleaner, a dark comedy and horror flick, the central character Barry, a...

Big Game Spots: Tracking All The Spots, AVENGERS ENDGAME, CAPTAIN MARVEL And More...

If you would rather be anywhere than in front of the television watching the Big Game tonight but you still want to see all those famous 'Spots' that have become synonmous with the event then check in here. Some of...

SOLDIER OF WAR: New Trailer And Poster Ahead of March Release

This a is public service announcment.   To those of you who say to yourselves every morning when you wake up, "Self. You know what you need? Another Nazi horror flick".    The folks at Uncork'd Entertainment are distributing producer...

The Holidays Will Get Bloody In DEATHCEMBER!

Hey, kids! Have you all survived the holidays? Well, you may not next year, because that's when indie horror anthology Deathcember should be rolling around. Yep, you got it ... it's 24 holiday themed horror shorts from 24 international directors...

VELVET BUZZSAW Trailer: Art Eats the Beholder in Dan Gilroy's Latest

Velvet Buzzsaw looks insane. It's a supernatural horror film centered around the cutthroat world of art collecting, buying and selling, where the art literally starts eating its critics and greedy sellers. I'm so in! The film stars Jake Gyllenhaal and...

Exclusive: Kimo Stamboel's DREADOUT Gets an English-Friendly Trailer

While Timo Tjahjanto has been wowing audiences with his one-two punch of action epic The Night Comes For Us and supernatural shocker May the Devil Take You, his fellow Indonesian Mo Brother collaborator Kimo Stamboel has been hard at work...

ALL THE CREATURES WERE STIRRING Interview: Directors Rebekah and David McKendry Talk Christmas Horror Movies and Anthologies

Although Christmas is, on paper, a time of peace, love and celebration, the horror genre has been attached to this holiday since long time ago. For writers and directors Rebekah and David McKendry, setting a horror movie precisely during Christmas...

BEHIND THE WALLS: Find The Supernatural Horror Flick in Redbox Today!

Haunted houses are bastards. All they do it just sit around, sometimes for years and years, waiting for the perfect opportunity to break up a decent family simply looking for a place to call home.    Our friends at Ammo...

Blood In The Snow 2018 Review: ALIVE Dies at The End

A severely injured man wakes up on a hospital gurney, heavily bandaged in blood soaked bandages. He has no memory of what happened to him or how he got there. He panics, pulling tubes from his body and drags himself...

THE SONATA: Watch The Striking Teaser For Andrew Desmond's Chilling Debut

Andrew Desmond is a director we've been keeping a close eye on in these pages for some time now. His short film work has been striking and we were pleased to share the first images from his debut feature, The...

Watch The Haunting Trailer For Yam Laranas' AURORA

It would appear that Anne Curtis is having herself a year. Still fresh from her leading role in Erik Matti's high octane action picture Buybust, the Filipino star will next appear on the big screen in Yam Laranas' ghost story...

VIOLATOR Director Dodo Dayao Launches Production On As-Yet-Untitled Sophomore Feature

Filipino writer-director Dodo Dayao arrived in the public consciousness back in 2014 when his debut feature, Violator, won that year's Cinema One Originals festival Best Film before moving on to selections in Karlovy Vary, Mumbai and other high profile festivals...

Friday One Sheet: Floating Heads, The Horror, The Horror

It is the week of Halloween, and horror movie posters abound. But the real horror is the poster-trend that never seems to die: the infamous floating heads. This trend came to prominence in the age of Walmart DVD shelves. Getting...

Blu-ray Review: Scream Factory's CREEPSHOW is a Halloween Treat

Creepshow, written by Stephen King and directed by George Romero, is seminal release in the horror anthology lexicon. While it was low budget, it was high concept in terms of story, well-directed, and had an awesome cast, which included Adrienne...

Dark Corner Announces All New VR Horror Just in Time for Halloween

It's that creepy time of year again and while the world of VR narratives are still struggling to gain a foothold outside of the festival world, the horror slice of the VR narrative pie is looking pretty encouraging. Leading the...

Blood In The Snow 2018: Canadian Genre Festival Announces First Wave

I want to start by saying I really wish I could give more of my time to BITS, the Blood in the Snow Film Festival, here in Toronto at the end of November each year. I have been so impressed...

Phenomena 2018: New Genre Fest Debuts in São Paulo And Paraty, Brazil

We have some new friends in the City of Drizzle, São Paulo, Brazil. We were introduced to the fine folks from Cine Phenomena, a monthly film club in the city, and this wwek they are about to launch their brand...

Now On Blu-ray: Giddy Gut Munchers & Ancient Boogeymen From Severin Films

The connoisseurs of all things sleazy at Severin Films have blessed genre film fans with a duo of Blu-ray releases sure to satisfy the most discerning gorehounds this Fall. A double feature of gut-munching, ultra gore masterpieces by Italian legend...

Friday One Sheet: THE FOG

It's Halloween season, and while the masses are all set to flock to David Gordon Green's 're-write the canon' sequel/remake/whatever in their local multiplexes, Rialto Pictures is quietly re-releasing a 4K remaster of the feature film John Carpenter made right...