Tag: thriller

SHEEP WITHOUT A SHEPHERD: Artsploitation Acquires Thrilling Chinese Crime Drama

Artsploitation Films have announced that they have picked up the great crime drama from Chinea, Sheep Without a Shepherd. They're planning a streaming and DVD release of the film on March 23rd.    This debut feature film from Malaysian director...

THE VIGIL: New Poster Tries to Shine a Light on Hasidic Horror

IFC Midnight is releasing Keith Thomas' debut feature, the supernatural film The Vigil in select cinemas and on digital and VOD on February 26th.    Steeped in ancient Jewish lore and demonology, THE VIGIL is supernatural horror film set over...

A NIGHTMARE WAKES: Shudder Picks up Nora Unkel's Gothic Drama About Frankenstein's Mary Shelley

Shudder announced today that they have picked up the rights for Nora Unkel's gothic drama A Nightmare Wakes for their streaming service. With the announcement a trailer was released which you can watch below.    Shudder will debut the psychological...

SPIRAL: Blu-Ray Giveaway of Kurtis David Harder's Thriller

It's giveaway time again everyone. Our friends at RLJE Films are releasing Kurtis David Harder's thriller Spiral on DVD and Blu-Ray on January 19th. They acquired the rights for Spiral from their AMC counterpart Shudder and we have three (3)...

BLOODY HELL: Choose The Red or Green Band Trailers For This Horror Black Comedy

Alister Grierson's horror and black comedy Bloody Hell will be in select Theaters, Drive-Ins and On Demand January 14, 2021 then on DVD/Blu-Ray on January 19, 2021. Our friends at The Horror Collective are releasing the film and have released...

Shudder in January: HUNTED And THE QUEEN OF BLACK MAGIC Kick Off The New Year

There is light at the end of the tunnel, though it's still a long one. AMC's streaming service Shudder has helped us get through this shit show of a year and it looks like the start of 2021 will be...

Morbido 2020 Review: SIN ORIGEN (ORIGIN UNKNOWN) Mexican Action Horror Flick Fails to Make a Big Screen Impression

Pedro is a drug runner looking to buy his way out of the drug trade. On the eve of his departure tensions and nerves are tight, despite his boasting that his home security system is state of the art. Two...

THE VIGIL: Never, Ever Stay in a Room with a Dead Body

I've always wondered why religion-based horror films have focused almost solely on Christianity (especially Catholicism). Several religiions around the world have stories, rituals, myths, and legends about things that are pretty scary (ancient gods, golems), and horror loves to find...

Friday One Sheet: A Tale Of Two Posters

Consider this column, one of the last before the year-end round up of 2020s key art designs, a lesson on what to do, and what not to do in all things One Sheet. Here, we have two posters for a...

CLIMATE OF THE HUNTER Trailer: Micky Reece's Rural Gothic Vampire Flick is Coming to Cinemas and Digital

Mickey Reece's beguiling vampire flick Climate of the Hunter will be released in cinemas and On Demand through Dark Star Pictures, before and after the new year.    Check out the trailer below and see if this quirky indie vampire...

WANDER: Digital Code Giveaway For Thriller Starring Aaron Eckhart, Tommy Lee Jones and Heather Graham

April Mullen's thriller Wander is set to appear in cinemas, On Demand and Digital on December 4th, 2020. We have four (4) digital codes to give away to our readers in the U.S. If cinemas are not open or you're...

Now on Blu-ray: I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE Gets The Deluxe Treatment from Ronin Flix

I Spit On Your Grave, one of the most notorious films of the '70s exploitation boom, has just been re-released in a deluxe Box Set from indie distributor, RoninFlix, and it's a thing of shocking beauty. Initially released in 1978...

HUNTER HUNTER Trailer: You Wanna Snag a Wolf?

IFC Midnight is bringing Shawn Linden's Hunter Hunter to select cinemas and on digiital and On Demand on December 18th.  A trailer was released earlier today. Check it out below.   HUNTER HUNTER follows a family living in the remote...

Blood in the Snow 2020: COME TRUE Wins Big at The Bloodies

Blood in the Snow has come and gone. The genre film festival with a mandate to highlight the best in Canadian fantastic cinema went digital this year, partnering with Super Channel to broadcast their program nationally.    The festival ends...

Final Girls Chile 2020: DIABLO ROJO PTY, MATAR AL DRAGON y THE RETURNED Headline Free Online Event

This one kind of snuck up on us. Things being what they are we lost track of our friends at Final Girls Chile down in Santiago this year. But they have soldiered on and will be putting on a free...

Horror Comedy BLOODY HELL Acquired by The Horror Collective

Alister Grierson's black comedy horror flick Bloody Hell has been picked up for North American distribution by Entertainment Squad. Through is genre label The Horror Collective they plan to release Bloody Hell in cinemas, Drive-Ins and On Demand in the...

MINOR PREMISE: New Teaser Trailer Promises a Sci-fi Wallop

Eric Schultz’s feature debut, the indie sci fi flick Minor Premise. lands on VOD platforms December 4th. The first teaser has arrived and everything looks great so far. Really great.    From what we can gleam from it it looks...

YUMMY Giveaway: Win a Blu-ray of The Belgian Zombie Hit

As is the beautiful relationship between RLJE Films and Shudder, siblings told to get along under the parental gaze of their parent company AMC, one handles the streaming and the other handles theatrical and physical releases of all their acquisitions....

Celluloid Screams 2020: UK Horror Fest Gets Physical With PSYCHO GOREMAN, RELIC, And THE STYLIST

Our friends at the Celluloid Screams Horror Film Festival in Sheffield, UK, are preparing for their annual weekend of horror delights. They are planning to run a physical edition this year, with reduced capacity and social distancing measures in place....

Now on Blu-ray: Criterion Unleashes BRUTE FORCE and THE NAKED CITY

By the mid-1940s, “Film Noir” was thoroughly established stylistically, though not yet by name. Undeniably, there was a prevailing mentality rooted in postwar societal darkness, and it had permeated Hollywood studio filmmaking. The movies’ inherent propensity for light and shadow...