Toronto 2014: First BACKCOUNTRY Clip Confirms You're In Bear Country

See, now, this is why I'm hesitant about visiting Canada and heading into some beautiful woods there, because I'm afraid something like the events depicted in Backcountry will happen to me. Set to enjoy its world premiere at the Toronto... More »
  

Dream Trip Turns Bad In Vietnamese Horror THE LOST TOUR

Sure, there are a lot of reasons to suggest that we're beyond the point of viewer fatigue with found footage horror at this point, that people are just plain tired of the format. There's certainly a vocal segment of the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch The Trailer For Dark Crime Thriller WASTE LAND

Belgian director Pieter Van Hees is a slippery one. He made his feature debut with The Left Bank, a dark supernaturally charged thriller before moving on to clever action-comedy Dirty Mind. The tonal shift between the films was dramatic -... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Exclusive Trailer Premiere For Toronto Selection MARGARITA, WITH A STRAW

Soon to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, Shonali Bose's Margarita, With A Straw promises to offer a little something different than we normally see from Indian film - even within the blossoming indie scene. A realistic, female focused... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Park Chan-wook's Next Will Be Korean Adaptation Of English Novel FINGERSMITH

After making a foray into English language features with Stoker, Oldboy director Park Chan-wook is headed back to Korea for his next feature though he's bringing a little bit of England with him.Producers have confirmed that Park's next film will... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Delectably Dark And Drily Hilarious Trailer For Roy Andersson's A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

Confession time: I have never seen a film by Roy Andersson. And clearly this needs to change because if his work is anything at all like the drily hysterical trailer for his Venice and Toronto selection A Pigeon Sat On... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: BUT ALWAYS Urges Chinese Emigrants To Come Home Or Die

Nicholas Tse proves he is better-suited to tough guy roles than romantic leads, but his inert performance here opposite Gao Yuanyuan is far from the only problem with Snow Zou's shockingly cliched and unaware tragi-romance.When a film opens in New... More »
  

Watch The Trailer For Edgy South African Thriller IMPUNITY

We've been saying for quite some time now to keep an eye on South Africa, where there seems to be no end to interesting young talent bubbling beneath the surface, and Jyoti Mistry's Impunity provides another case in point.Sharing a... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

The Animated Pig Returns! Check Out The Trailer For MCDULL: ME & MY MOM!

McDull - the little animated pig who has been a HUGE hit with audiences in his native Hong Kong - is back! And this is a very good thing because while not all of his big screen outings have been... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

MOTIVATIONAL GROWTH: New Trailers To Mark Release Of Don Thacker's Indie

New trailers have been cut for Don Thacker's indie flick Motivational Growth, one each for the Canadian and U.S. releases at the end of September and beginning of October. You will find both of them, for their respected distributors, below. The film... More »
  

Texas Frightmare Weekend 2015 Grabs SCREAM's Neve Campbell For Her First Con Appearance Ever!

From their meager beginnings in a community center in Grapevine, Texas ten years ago to selling out a major convention center in Dallas every year, Texas Frightmare Weekend has become the top horror convention in the Southwest over the last... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Von Trier Returns To Television With THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT

Lars Von Trier is returning to television.Though the Danish director has spent the vast majority of his career working in feature film his horror series The Kingdom - sadly never to be finished due to the passing of key actors... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

First Poster And More Details For UK Portmanteau Horror ITS WALLS WERE BLOOD

New British portmanteau Its Walls Were Blood, starring Steve Oram and Ed Hogg, was announced last week and starts filming later this year. Entirely set in one English country house, the film follows four connected stories set throughout the house's... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch The Exclusive Trailer For LA CASA MUDA Director's LOCAL GOD

Uruguyan director Gustavo Hernandez created quite a stir with his debut feature, the single take horror La Casa Muda (The Silent House). An astounding piece of technical filmmaking that proved Hernandez had an uncommon knack for building tension, La Casa... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Enter The WETLANDS With New 'Pink-Band' Trailer

David Wnendt's Wetlands has been turning heads and arching brows around the world for the past while now thanks to its frank, explicit and super stylish take on female sexuality. Adapted from the cult novel by Charlotte Roche this is... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch A New Teaser For Israeli Action / SciFi ANOTHER WORLD

Eitan Reuven's Israeli scifi / action film Another World is off to a strong start on its international festival run, picking up the Best Picture prize at the Flickers Rhode Island International Film Festival and with the film gearing up... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Feratum 2014: Official Selection Includes TIME LAPSE, DISCOPATH, PHANTASMAGORIA, And More

The Feratum film festival surprisingly revealed the official selection for its upcoming third edition last Saturday. This announcement comes one month before the festival kicks off in the town of Tlalpujahua, Mexico, as Feratum will take place from October 2... More »
  

The Director Of Turkish Horror MUSALLAT Returns With SICCIN And Things Are Getting Grisly

Though Turkey is a country with a long history of genre film that history is precisely that: History. And largely in the past. Here in the present things are a bit different with just a small group of directors working... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Macabro 2014: DARKNESS BY DAY Wins Best Film Award

The closing ceremony of Macabro 2014 was held on Saturday, August 30 at Mexico City's Cineteca Nacional. The festival's director Edna Campos conducted the event prior to the start of the closing film, Asmodexia. Macabro awarded only one feature length film and... More »
  

Full Disclosure 2014 The Directors Cut: Alfred Hitchcock

This month, the Master of Suspense himself, Alfred Hitchcock would have been celebrating his 115th birthday. But while he shuffled off his mortal coil back in 1980, his legacy remains as healthy as ever thanks to a hugely innovative, influential,... More »
  
 
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