Tag: ifcmidnight

Now on Blu-ray: PYEWACKET Burns Hot and Cold

IFC Midnight and Scream Factory are releasing a ridiculous amount of films this summer, and one of them is Pyewacket, actor/director Adam MacDonald's second feature after Backcountry. Mom/Mrs. Reyes (Laurie Holden, The Mist, The Walking Dead) and teenage Leah (Nicole Muñoz,...

Now on Blu-ray: LOWLIFE Kicks Ass

Somewhere in L.A., a Mexican wrestler with anger issues, an ex-con with a swastika face tattoo, a motel manager trying to buy a black market organ, and a gangster and his daughter all collide in a series of unfortunate, hilarious,...

Interview: Aislinn Clarke on the Evils of the Catholic Church and THE DEVIL'S DOORWAY

It's insane to type this, but Aislinn Clarke is Northern Ireland's very first female horror director. Her debut feature, The Devil’s Doorway, is being released by IFC Midnight. The trailer is currently terrifying the Internet with its spook-tacular scares. I was...

Review: DEVIL'S GATE, a Likable Mix of Horror, Mystery and Sci-Fi

I confess to a high level of appreciation for low-budget films that defy easy categorization, such as Devil's Gate. The opening sequence resembles that of a backwoods horror experience that will be grungy and nasty, leaving behind a trail of...

Review: KALEIDOSCOPE Is Beautiful and Fragmented

Lots of mentally fragile guys are obsessed with their mothers, especially when it comes to cinematic tropes. Of course, there's Psycho, a giant of a film and a close cousin to Rupert Jones' debut feature, Kaleidoscope. Out today on VOD...

EVOLUTION trailer: Lucile Hadžihalilović's seaside body horror is spine-chillingly creepy

I have chanced upon a new trailer for Lucile Hadžihalilović's latest, Evolution, a blood-curdling horror set in a sleepy seaside town. Here's the synopsis:  The only residents of young Nicholas’s seaside town are women and boys. When he sees a dead...

Exclusive Clip: ANTIBIRTH, A Very, Very Strange, NSFW Visit to a Doctor

Approaching psychedelic levels of strangeness, our exclusive clip from Antibirth makes the case ... well, I don't know what case it makes, but it sure is weird. It's also NSFW (Not Safe For Work), and PNSFPWOTP (Probably Not Safe For...

Trailer: Can Evrenol's BASKIN Looks Into The Eye Of Madness

Back in September of 2015, Turkish director Can Evrenol took the festival circuit by storm when his debut feature Baskin slayed audiences at both TIFF and Fantastic Fest, followed closely in October by scaring the shit out of Catalunyan fright...

Watch The US Trailer For Fantastic Fest Winner THE BABADOOK

Fresh from its near-sweep of the horror categories at Fantastic Fest, IFC Midnight have released the US trailer for Jennifer Kent's Australian horror film The Babadook. A single mother, plagued by the violent death of her husband, battles with her...

Indie Comedy PREMATURE Trailer Arrives Early

If John Hughes were to have made Groundhog Day the results may not be unlike indie comedy Premature, a teen sex comedy revolving around a high school student caught in a time loop bookended by unfortunate orgasms.It's 'American Pie' meets...

Sundance 2014: IFC Midnight Nabs Aussie Horror THE BABADOOK

No doubt a high point for many of us ScreenAnarchistss at Sundance, Jennifer Kent's storybook monster turned real monster tale The Babadook also caught on with much of the Park City audience. Which means it was only going to be...

ERRORS OF THE HUMAN BODY Teases Weird Science With Another Haunting Poster. Updated With Super-Epic Size Art!

I'm absolutely loving the poster campaign for German-Australian sci-fi thriller Errors of the Human Body. The North American and Australian key art so far has been stylish, classy, minimalistic but always evocative and haunting. This latest poster continues the classy, haunting...