Grady Hendrix's Novel HORRORSTÖR Getting TV Adaptation

This is great news. Grady Hendrix's latest novel, the haunted furniture retail outlet novel Horrorstör, will be adapted for a television series, according to Deadline. The novel hit bookstore shelves only last month. The adaptation will be produced by The... More »
  

Tokyo 2014: Audience Award Ticket Giveaway!

Tokyo International Film Festival is well underway and excitement is mounting for the announcement of the winning films at the Festival closing on Friday. In addition to the top prize, the prestigious Tokyo Grand Prix, the Audience Award is presented... More »
  

Crowdfund This: SPA NIGHT, A Korean-American Film On Coming Out

One of the major pluses being in the independent film world is having more freedom to examine topics of race, culture and sexuality more intimately and honestly than most studio fare can. Director Andrew Ahn started here with his 2012... More »
  

Anchor Bay And Raven Banner Will LET US PREY In Canada

Anchor Bay and Raven Banner have secured Canadian distribution rights for the UK/Ireland action horror flick Let Us Prey. Brian O'Malley's film just helped close a very successful year at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival last Friday. The film... More »
  

Watch The New International Trailer For Gritty French Crime Thriller DEALER

French helmer Jean Luc Herbulot has turned heads with his gritty, lo fi crime thriller Dealer as it's been making its way around the world on the festival circuit and with the arrival of a new international trailer today we... More »
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Image Entertainment Digs Up U.S. Distro For Adam Green's DIGGING UP THE MARROW

Frozen and Hatchet director Adam Green has been relatively quiet on the feature film front of late. Word has come that his latest feature, the faux-documentary Digging Up The Marrow, has been picked up for U.S. distro by Image Entertainment. When... More »
  

Win A Copy Of Kim Ki-duk's MOEBIUS!

Korean auteur Kim Ki-duk's Moebius is out on DVD and BluRay in the US from RAM Releasing today and they've got five copies to give away! The husband - distracted by an affair with a young woman; the wife -... More »
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Morelia 2014: The Best Of The Festival Goes To Mexico City

From October 29 to November 9, the Morelia International Film Festival will have a selection of its 2014 programming playing at several venues in Mexico City. Titled "The best of Morelia in Mexico City", this brief showing is premiering in... More »
  

Marvel Announces Full Phase 3 Lineup, Including CAPTAIN MARVEL & BLACK PANTHER

Ladies and gentlemen... let the classic DC/Marvel rivalry officially commence on the big screen. Not to be outdone by the recent announcement from DC/WB about their post-Batman v. Superman slate, The House Of Ideas and The House Of Mouse unveiled... More »
  

Check The Mexican Poster And Trailer For THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE 40th Anniversary Re-Release

Terrific news for Mexican fans of great horror and independent cinema: distribution company Cine Caníbal is bringing to the big screen the 40th anniversary digitally remastered version of Tobe Hooper's classic The Texas Chain Saw Massacre! Sure, the American Blu-ray... More »
  

Get Way Behind The Scenes Of Toa Fraser's Maori Language Action Film THE DEAD LANDS

New Zealand's official submission to the Best Foreign Language Film race at the Oscars, Toa Fraser's Maori language action film The Dead Lands is freshly on screens in New Zealand and the release comes with something of a treat for... More »
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Watch Biblical's Giallo Inspired Video For The Quiet Crooks

It was just a couple weeks back that we asked what, exactly, is The Statue Whispers Death? A classic giallo inspired teaser had just turned up with little other information but the visuals were so strong that we could resist... More »
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Benedict Cumberbatch Is DOCTOR STRANGE. What Say You?

So, the news is short and sweet: According to Deadline, Benedict Cumberbatch has emerged victorious from the Doctor Strange sweepstakes and will take the title role in the Scott Derrickson directed film for Marvel Studios. Having never picked up one... More »
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Win A Copy Of Julian Gilbey's PLASTIC On DVD!

Julian Gilbey's heist thriller, Plastic, is coming out on DVD tomorrow, October 28. We have three copies to give away to lucky winners. Another film with Gilbey's input, ABCs of Death 2, is currently popping up on VOD, iTunes and in... More »
  

Hey, Toronto! The Royal Cinema Celebrates Halloween With ROSEMARY'S BABY, NIGHT OF THE CREEPS, THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE And More!

Yep, one for the local crowd here with a quick heads up that Toronto's Royal Cinema has one killer selection of Halloween themed titles screening all week from acknowledged classics like Rosemary's Baby to should-have-been-acknowledged-classics like Fred Dekker's Night Of... More »
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Gorgeous US Trailer For A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT Stalks Dark Streets ...

It was back in early September that we shared the first international trailer for Ana Lily Amirpour's striking Farsi language vampire tale A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night and with the US release launching November 21st with theatrical bookings... More »
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Albert Pyun's INTERROGATION OF CHERYL COOPER Takes Ten Awards At Pollygrind

A movie that almost wasn't has taken a big bag of awards at a festival that almost wasn't. When iconic cult filmmaker Albert Pyun was recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis it appeared to be the end of the filmmaking road... More »
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Juicy Challenges At The Berlin Pornfilmfestival

The idea of a film festival for porn might feel a bit weird to the majority of cinephiles, but those who are staged in Berlin have probably gotten used to it by now. In it's 9th edition the annual... More »
  

Watch Giggle-Filled Keynotes By Tim League And Jill Soloway At Film Independent Forum

This weekend saw the 10th edition of the Film Independent Forum at Los Angeles's Directors Guild of America. Like in past years, indie filmmakers filled the auditoriums to hear speeches and panels from indie heavyweight producer, directors, and industry insiders.... More »
  

First Teaser For Van M Pham's CHUNG CU Is Like A Flashback To The Golden Age Of Asian Horror

Do you remember when it felt like you couldn't turn a corner in any Asian film culture without stumbling across something utterly horrifying? It wasn't that long ago, after all, when directors in Japan, Hong Kong, Korea and Thailand were... More »
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