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ELI ROTH PRESENTS THE STRANGER: Raven Banner Acquires The Canadian Rights

Our friends at Raven Banner Entertainment will not leave Berlin empty handed after the EFM shuts down. They have acquired the Canadian rights for Guillermo Amoedo's Chilean English-language flick The Stranger, from this day on known as Eli Roth Presents... More »
By Andrew Mack   

KNOCK KNOCK: Watch The Teaser Trailer For Eli Roth's Sundance Entry

Eli Roth released a Sundance teaser for his upcoming film Knock Knock on his Facebook page last night. Have a look. Evan Webber (Keanu Reeves) is living the dream. Just look at his beautiful, successful wife, his two wonderful kids, and... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Keanu Gets Weird In 6 New Stills From Sundance Midnighter KNOCK KNOCK

Here's what we know about Knock Knock, the upcoming Eli Roth-directed film that will premiere in the Midnight section at January's Sundance Film Fest. Two beautiful young girls walk into a married man's life and turn a wild fantasy into... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

Fantastic Fest 2014 Review: THE STRANGER Delivers A Mixed Bag

Directed by Guillermo Amoedo and executive produced by Eli Roth and Nicolas Lopez (who collaborated on Aftershock, The Green Inferno, and next year's home invasion thriller Knock, Knock with Keanu Reeves), The Stranger is a vampire film that doesn't scream... More »

BLUE RUIN And THE GREEN INFERNO Secure Distribution In Mexico. Watch Both Trailers Now!

Good news for Mexico based fans of revenge and cannibal films! After being part of the Riviera Maya Film Festival back in March, Jeremy Saulnier's revenge thriller Blue Ruin is coming to Mexican cinemas, under the title Cenizas del Pasado (Ashes... More »

THE LOST YEARS: Young Jesus As An Exorcist, From Eli Roth

Jesus cast out demons after he began his public ministry at the age of 30, according to the Bible, but did he spend his younger years as an exorcist? That's the premise of a show under consideration by The History... More »
By Peter Martin   

Sitges 2013 Review: THE GREEN INFERNO Runs Red With Blood

Eli Roth has been an audience favorite here in Sitges for a long time. It's been more than ten years since Cabin Fever left Sitges fans wanting for more, with some claiming Roth to be the new Raimi. Fortunately Hostel... More »
By Guillem Rosset   

Fantastic Fest 2013: Day Four Images - Tim Loses His Shirt. Again. Secret Screening No. One & Nerd Rap Throwdown?

Day four at Fantastic Fest is but a distant memory and our team remains remarkably unscathed in the land of the longhorn (HOOK 'EM HORNS!). Back home we continue the enviable task of documenting their journey for them. You know.... More »
By Andrew Mack   

TIFF 2013 Review: THE SACRAMENT Will Make You Want To Drink The Kool-Aid

Sometimes we are frankly limited by our terminology. What do you call a film that uses in-world video? That is to say, what do you call a film where the camera used to exclusively record the footage is incorporated... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

TIFF Announces 2013 Midnight Madness Slate

It seems kind of fitting that I'm stumbling back to a keyboard well after midnight with thoughts about this year's Midnight Madness slate. In what has to be the most unique release done at the storied festival, programmer Colin Geddes... More »
By Jason Gorber   

Review: AFTERSHOCK Shakes Free Of Disaster Movie Expectations

At the outset, Aftershock appears to be another placid film about how cool it is to go clubbing in Chile. We see wine tours with tourists, eager or not, sipping away at a cabernet, feigning interest in winespeak. We attend... More »
By Jason Gorber   

Review: HEMLOCK GROVE S1E01-13 (Or, Blood, Intestines, and Vomit Instead of Story, Characters, and Horror)

Netflix took a big step forward with House of Cards and now takes two steps backward with Hemlock Grove. Rather than binge viewing, Hemlock Grove inspires binge drinking. As with House of Cards, all 13 episodes of Hemlock Grove debuted... More »
By Peter Martin   

ALL THE BOYS LOVE MANDY LANE Among First Wave of Programming for Inaugural Stanley Film Festival

It's been a long time coming, but Jonathan Levine's All the Boys Love Mandy Lane is finally coming to US theaters later this year -- and ahead of that theatrical release, the film will play the inaugural edition of... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

Eli Roth Shares First Image From GREEN INFERNO!

Eli Roth has dropped a major clue as to how the story ends for the group of New York City students/activists who crash land in the jungle of Peru, only to be taken captive by the very tribe they set... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Here's Your First Look At Ti West's THE SACRAMENT

Run, AJ Bowen, run!... Or well, that appears to be the indie horror mainstay in the above still, the first from the Savannah, Georgia set of Ti West's latest entitled The Sacrament.Produced by Eli Roth, we don't know a whole... More »
By Ben Umstead   

Film4 FrightFest 2013 Glasgow Announces Line-Up

FrightFest returns to Glasgow this February with another weekend of scares, including UK premieres of Neil Jordan's Byzantium, Eli Roth's Aftershock and much talked of anthology The ABCs Of Death. There's also a retrospective screening of a restored edition of... More »
By James Dennis   

Visit Eli Roth's HEMLOCK GROVE With First Trailer

Will Netflix be able to challenge HBO, Showtime and AMC in the original material department? We'll find out soon with a diverse slate including Arrested Development, House Of Cards and the Eli Roth produced horror series Hemlock Grove all on... More »
By Todd Brown   

And Now For Your Christmas Counter-Programming: New DJANGO UNCHAINED And AFTERSHOCK Trailers

Ah, Christmas. A time of peace and love and earthquakes and slavery and bad club music. Yes, while - being male - we spent our weekend wrapping up the last minute shopping a pair of remarkably not-Christmasy trailers arrived online.First,... More »
By Todd Brown