Tag: horror

LA SOLAPA: Exclusive Images From a New Short Film by RELICTO's Laura Sanchez Acosta

Argentine director Laura Sanchez Acosta is set to premier her new short film La Solapa over in Brussels during BIFFF. The director of Relicto A Mesopotamic Story, Sanchez Acosta made her film after she won the short film prize at...

Erik Matti Goes Super Dark In Trailer For New Horror Film KUWARESMA

When it comes to high quality genre fare out of South East Asia, Filipino director Erik Matti continues to lead the way. With a Cannes selection under his belt for hitman thriller On the Job, Matti has long been a...

New Horror Lab Looks to Launch Next Generation of Genre Filmmakers

Sony's Screen Gems has partnered with Scott Glassgold's Ground Control to bring the new Screen Gems' Horror Lab to life. The lab is an ambitious initiative that will develop the next generation of horror films by turning strong proof of...

I TRAPPED THE DEVIL: Watch The Trailer For Josh Lobo's Debut Horror Film

We announced last week that Josh Lobo's debut horror flick I Trapped the Devil is playing at four film festivals down in the States this month before IFC Midnight puts it out in U.S. cinemas and On Demand on April...

Blood Window Pinamar 2019: Second Annual Genre Fest Invades The Small Town in Coastal Argentina

Our friends at Blood Window in Argentina are once again preparing to roll into the coastal town of Pinamar, a little south of Buenos Aires, for the sophomore run of The Fantasy and Horror Film Festival Blood Window Pinamar.   ...

Chicago's 2nd Annual Windy City Horrorama Unveils Its Gruesome Feature Lineup!

Fans of bloody mayhem in Chicago have an event to look forward to! The second annual Windy City Horrorama will take place on the weekend of April 26-28th at the Davis Theater and the lineup is a combination of genre...

Review: Philippine Horror EERIE is Paved with Good Intentions

“The road to hell is paved with good intentions.” I am reminded of these lines when thinking of a throughline for the Mikhail Red-directed horror film Eerie. Storywise, the film delivers commentary on how our institutions and internalized preconceptions can...

SXSW 2019 Review: TONE-DEAF Couldn't Be A More Apt Title For This Topical Thriller

After a pair of incredibly divisive features in Excision and Trash Fire, controversial director Ricky Bates is back with his latest film, and it looks like he's done beating around the bush when it comes to taking on the status...

SXSW 2019 Review: TALES FROM THE LODGE Tells Grown Up Campfire Stories To Uneven Effect

A group of middle-aged pals gather at a lodge in the woods to celebrate the life of a fallen friend in director Abigail Blackmore's debut feature, Tales From the Lodge. While this basic one-liner for the film is nothing...

THE WIND Trailer: Emma Tami's Haunting Folkloric Debut Releases in April

IFC has released a theatrical trailer for Emma Tami's haunting film The Wind before it sees a day and date release in theatres and On Demand April 5, 2019. The Wind explores an unseen evil as it haunts the homestead...

THE WAIT: Watch The Proof Of Concept Trailer For David Fernandes' Horror Series

We've been tracking the work of Canadian director David Fernandes in these pages for some time now and the helmer is back now with a proof of concept trailer for proposed web series The Wait. Pitched as the story of...

CANDYMAN: AQUAMAN's Yahya Abdul-Mateen in Talks to Star as Ghostly Killer

Variety broke news a short while ago that Aquaman`s Yahya Abdul-Mateen is in talks to take the villainous lead in the new Candyman movie, produced by Jordan Peele for MGM films.    The studio is touting the upcoming film as...

HI DEATH: Wild Eye Releasing Picks up Indie Horror Anthology For June Release

Wild Eye Releasing picked up the indie horror anthology Hi Death (Get it? GET IT!?! Hi Death? Hi Def? Clever) and plan on releasing it this June.    They announced this acquisition the other day and sent over the trailer...

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...