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ARTIK: New Trailer And Fresh Keyart Released For Indie Horror

Tom Botchii's feature film debut, Artik, will have its world premieres at Popcorn Frights Film Fest in Florida this week. Then Artik will be released in US cinemas on September 6th, and on VOD/Blu-ray on September 10th.    Yesterday, Epic...

Natasha Kermani on Crafting IMITATION GIRL

One of the more unique films I've seen lately is Natasha Kermani's Imitation Girl, a sci-fi indie drama that's made a splash on the festival circuit. The film stars Lauren Ashley Carter (Premium Rush, Darling, Jug Face) in dual roles --- one as...

Review: DARLING, A Particular Brand Of Horror

In the last few years, writer-director-producer Mickey Keating has established himself as a prolific genre filmmaker, and his film Pod was released just a few months ago. Darling, his latest work, is a low-key psychological thriller that draws from a...

Fantastic Fest 2015: DARLING Poster and Trailer Are Old School

Oh hey there, Glass Eye Pix, nice to see you again! The poster and trailer for their latest production, Darling, is here. Now that I've seen both, I'm really looking forward to the film's promised descent into insanity. The world premiere...

Celluloid Screams 2013: Lineup Includes Claymation, Zombies, Vampires And Revenge, Israeli Style!

You've just found out you are going to be in Sheffield, UK, the weekend before Halloween! This is not entirely a bad thing because Celluloid Screams, the Sheffield Horror Film Festival runs from Friday October 25th through to Sunday October...

Review: JUG FACE, Atmospheric Horror, Not Fully Baked

The Deep South can be a very strange place for outsiders. Mired in traditions and rituals that may now seem foolish or outdated, it is still a ripe place to cull old legends anew, projecting them up on the silver...

Watch The Theatrical Trailer For Chad Crawford Kinkle's JUG FACE

After a successful launch at Slamdance, Chad Crawford Kinkle's backwoods indie horror Jug Face hits theaters on August 9th and a new theatrical trailer has arrived on the scene.Jug Face tells the story of a pregnant teen trying to escape...

Slamdance 2013 Review: Atmospheric JUG FACE Is Ultimately Half-Baked Horror

The Deep South can be a very strange place for outsiders. Mired in traditions and rituals which may now seem foolish or outdated, it is still a ripe place to cull old legends anew, projecting them up on the silver...

The Pit Wants What It Wants And It Wants A Trailer For JUG FACE

Chad Crawford Kinkle takes us into a backwoods cult with his upcoming Slamdance selection Jug Face. The story of a small community that worships a pit that brings them health in exchange for blood sacrifice, genre faves Larry Fessenden, Sean...

First Images From Chad Crawford Kinkle's JUG FACE

A late addition to the upcoming Slamdance Film Festival, Chad Crawford Kinkle's Jug Face is an example of the festival's focus on developing upcoming talent. The debut feature from the writer-director Jug Face won the Slamdance Writing Competition Grand Prize...

THE WOMAN Blu-ray Review

Almost a year to the day after The Woman's notorious premiere at Sundance in 2011, Bloody Disgusting Selects brings us Lucky McKee's latest on Blu-ray. I have already reviewed this film once following a special presentation at Texas Frightmare Weekend...

Toronto After Dark 2011: THE WOMAN Review

After watching a movie that takes place in such a strange headspace such as Lucky McKee's The Woman, it is probably best to let the thing percolate a bit before even attempting to articulate a reaction.  The prime example...

Grimm Up North 2011: THE WOMAN review

What you get out of Lucky McKee's The Woman, a piece of ultraviolent drama that's brilliant and infuriating by turns, is probably dependent on how serious you think the director and his writing partner, novelist Jack Ketchum are being. The...

THE WOMAN Review

[Lucky McKee's The Woman opens in limited release in the US today and so we take this opportunity to revisit Mr. Hurtado's earlier review. A list of theaters can be found at the link below]Lucky McKee's The Woman starts off...

Watch Two Clips From Lucky McKee's Controversial THE WOMAN

Still riding a wave of controversy that started with its premiere at Sundance earlier this year, Lucky McKee's The Woman has proven to be the most polarizing horror film of the year. And tomorrow fans will get the chance to...

New Theatrical Trailer For Lucky McKee's THE WOMAN

It's been riding a wave of controversy since its debut at Sundance and on October 14th fans will be able to see what the buzz has been about when Lucky McKee's adaptation of Jack Ketchum's The Woman hits screens in...

See THE WOMAN in Sydney Australia WEDNESDAY (10/08) night with special Q&A!

Lucky McKee's challenging and intelligent horror The Woman will be playing Wednesday night at the Chauvel Cinema in Paddington Sydney! Starts 8pm. Special guests Director Lucky McKee (May) and actress Pollyanna McIntosh (the woman) will also be there for Q&A!...

Brand New Trailer For Controversial Horror Film THE WOMAN Is Here!

Here's the brand new trailer for Lucky McKee's THE WOMAN, which many of you would no doubt want to check out. But be warned: THE WOMAN is controversial and challenging; harrowing and horrific; disturbing and disgusting; and according to at...

Lucky McKee's THE WOMAN Picked Up By Bloody Disgusting Selects, Headed For Theaters

In very welcome news, Variety is reporting that Lucky McKee's controversial shocker, The Woman, has been acquired by Bloody Disgusting Selects for theatrical and home video release in the US.  The Woman premiered at Sundance with a particularly lively first...

More Clips From French Animated Superhero Film THE PRODIGIES

[UPDATE: Added another clip and a music video]The official Warner Bros France Youtube channel has been updated with a clip to Antoine Charreyron's sci-fi animated film The Prodigies (aka La Nuit des enfants rois) that expand on the beginning...