Tag: horror

PG PSYCHO GOREMAN: Steve Kostanski's Smash Hit Premiering on Shudder in May

If there is some way, somehow, that you have not seen the amazing PG: Psycho Goreman from Steven Kostanski yet, and you are a subscriber of AMC Networks’ streaming service Shudder then the stars will finally align for you this...

MANBORG: Canadian Genre Classic Coming to VHS One Time Only

We have loved the work of Astron-6 and Steven Kostanski over the years and after a bunch of short films he made the film that would cement his status as one of our country's inevitable stars of cult and genre...

BLOODTHIRSTY Exclusive Clip: Celebrating It's CSA Music Nominations With a Musical Clip

Yesterday the nominees for the Canadian Screen Awards were announced and Amelia Moses' horror flick Bloodthirsty was nominated in a couple categories. Michele Osis and Lowell were nominated for Original Score. The titular song, Bloodthirsty, written by Evan Bogar, Justin Gray and...

Arrow Video Brings Argento's Debut To UHD, Italian Crime Films, MAJOR DUNDEE, THE STYLIST, & Classic Masamura To Blu This June.

Dario Argento's stunning debut, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, flies onto 4K UHD for the first time through Arrow Video, and that's only the beginning! Also coming this summer is an incredible box set of Italian crime films called...

IN THE EARTH Trailer: Ben Wheatley's Eco-Horror, in Cinemas This April, From Neon

Wasting no time since its world premiere at Sundance earlier this year, Neon is preparing to release Ben Wheatley's eco-horror In The Earth in cinemas on April 23rd. They released the trailer today, which you will find below.    As...

SXSW 2021 Review: SOUND OF VIOLENCE

After surviving a horrible childhood tragedy that took the lives of her whole family, Alexis has been chasing down sounds that help her experience the phenomena called Synesthesia. It is usually an involuntary experience in a second sense. Alexis sees...

SXSW 2021 Review: JAKOB'S WIFE, Keeping This Marriage Together Is Going To Be The Death Of Them

As anyone who has ever taken the plunge can attest to, keeping a marriage together is no simple task. The routines that comfort us in the beginning can start to feel like ruts after a while, and it is very...

SXSW 2021: Barbara Crampton And Larry Fessenden's Marriage Faces The Ultimate Test in Trailer For JAKOB'S WIFE

Travis Stevens' new horror flick Jakob's Wife is one of our anticipated titles this week when the digital edition of SXSW gets underway. The festival starts tomorrow and Stevens' flick is part of the midnighter program. The trailer was just...

Review: PHOBIAS, An Anthology Of Fears

Who doesn’t like a good anthology film? It gives directors a chance to try out new things in a short timeframe, and it gives viewers a chance to discover the work of someone they might have otherwise missed out on....

Shudder in April: Halfway to Halloween Month Returns With CREEPSHOW, THE LAST DRIVE IN, PENNINSULA And so Much More

Wow. March is only 4 days old and already we have an announcement about Shudder's lineup for April. We know March is the one year anniversary of (waves hands around) *THIS* here in North America and we're all eager to...

LOBO FEROZ: Spanish Language Adaptation of BIG BAD WOLVES is Finally Underway

Production has finally begun on Lobo Feroz the Spanish language adaptation of the Israeli revenge thriller Big Bad Wolves. We shared the news with you about this adaptation back in May 2019, but you know, plague and pestilence got in...

BLOODTHIRSTY: Amelia Moses' Canadian Werewolf Film Heads to U.S. With Braintstorm

Canadian filmmaker Amelia Moses may have had an unintentionally good year in 2020. She was one of a handful of filmmakers who had two films premiere on the revised festival circuit, Bloodthirsty and Bleed With Me, the former premiering late...

Friday One Sheet: THE AMUSEMENT PARK

This surreal poster from designer Aleksander Walijewski echoes the strange feeling of getting a 'new' George A. Romero film nearly four years after the maestro's passing. The film is, of course, not 'new' in the sense that it was made...

RANDOM ACTS OF VIOLENCE Interview: Jay Baruchel On His Potent Horror Debut

Canada’s Jay Baruchel became known as part of the group of young comedians linked to Judd Apatow. In the romantic comedy Knocked Up, for example, he portrayed one of the friends of the protagonist played by Seth Rogen. He later...

Shudder Renews CREEPSHOW, Orders Black Horror Anthology Series

Two pieces of news from our friends at Shudder, by way of a report over at Deadline. The AMC streaming service has renewed their hit anthology series, Creepshow, for a third season. Season two is set to premiere on April...

COME TRUE: Trailer For Australian Release of Anthony Scott Burns' Sci-fi Horror

I'm sort of glad that I've been delayed in getting this Australian trailer for Anthony Scott Burns' cinematic nightmare Come True until today. We have a chance to compare it to the trailer that American distributor IFC Midnight put out...

RANDOM ACTS OF VIOLENCE Giveaway: Win a Blu-Ray of Jay Baruchel's Slasher Horror Flick

It's been raining giveaways this early part of the new year and the fine folks at RLJE Films and Shudder want to give you another film from their lineup. This time we have Jay Baruchel's terrific and unsettling horror flick,...

LA LLORONA: Jayro Bustamante's Golden Globe Nominated Horror Drama on Digital HD in March

While there was one nominee for Golden Globe Awards for Best Motion Picture, Foreign Language that raised many eyebrows and elicited protests about that decision we can all agree that the inclusion of Jayro Bustamante's award winning horror drama, La...

Sundance 2021 Review: IN THE EARTH, Mother Nature Gets Super Freaky

While everyone was still working on perfecting their sourdough mix or tightening their glutei during the first five or six months of a still ongoing pandemic, writer-director Ben Wheatley (High Rise, A Field in England, The Kill List), no slouch...

SHOOK: New Trailers/Poster For Jennifer Harrington's Social Media Thriller, Coming to Shudder

That's it. I'm officially old. I'm watching the standard and red band versions of the new trailer for Jennifer Harrington's Shook, a story about a social media 'influencer' becoming the target of terror, and I want everyone to die already. ...