Tag "horror"

Watch Shimizu's Complete NIGHTCRY Short And Support The Video Game!

It was about three weeks ago that we first wrote about NightCry, a new video game project from Clock Tower creator Kono Hifumi with The Grudge director Shimizu Takashi on board as a creative producer while also directing a short... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Kasey Lansdale Has POSTPARTUM, Watch The Teaser Now

For those arching an eyebrow at the name, yes. Kasey Lansdale is indeed the daughter of acclaimed author Joe R Lansdale and she takes a starring in role in Postpartum - the fourth short film directed by Izzy Lee in... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Thai Villagers Battle The BLACK DEATH In Period Horror

Zombies are coming to Thailand! Or, rather, they've already been there and rather a long time ago according to the premise of upcoming Thai horror Black Death. A period set affair in which a strange plague besets a remote village... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: LA ENTIDAD Is A Small Step Forward For Peruvian Horror

La Entidad marks the latest foray from a genre-untested director into horror movies. Eduardo Schuldt, previously known for working in children's animation (see the likes of The Dolphin: Story of a Dreamer or Freedom Force) proves himself surprisingly adept at... More »
  

Can Evrenol Wraps BASKIN, Check The First Images Now!

Turkish director Can Evrenol has long been a favorite in these pages, his often horrific short films winning fans around the globe on the short film circuit. His most recent short effort - Baskin - is unquestionably his strongest, which... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Passes Now On Sale For Stanley Film Fest 2015

If you followed our coverage of Stanley 2014 then you know that this weekend getaway fest nestled in the Rocky Mountains is one of the coolest things happening in the US festival world. And if you're into scary movies, well... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   
  

Enter Malaysia's Most Haunted House With VILLA NABILA

While the format may be overly familiar there's something undeniably effective going on in the trailer for director Syafiq Yusof's Villa Nabila. Presented as a documentary purporting to explore the true stories behind a notorious haunted house in Johor, Malaysia... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Coffin Joe Returns In Brazilian Splatter Anthology THE BLACK FABLES

One of world horror's true icons makes a welcome return to screens with word that Coffin Joe (Jose Mojica Marins) is on board as one of the four directors of the upcoming Brazilian splatter anthology The Black Fables (As Fabulas... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Hey Australia! Win WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS And Signed Poster!

How's this for a great competition to kick the year off! One of the funniest comedies of the year and a Twitch favorite, What We Do In The Shadows is a gut-busting, hilarious mockumentary and a unique take on... More »
  

Masacre En Xoco 2014 Review: MÉXICO BÁRBARO, A Horror Anthology That Could Have Been More Brutal

Mexico is barbaric, both historically and due to the violent present. Rather than making a clear reference to its main concept of exploring Mexican legends and traditions, horror anthology México Bárbaro kicks off as a straight exhibition of the violent... More »
  

PARASYTE 2 Teaser Hints At More Mutant Action

The first part of Yamazaki Takashi's adaptation of Iwaaki Hitoshi's scifi-horror manga Parasyte has been racking up huge business at the Japanese box office and now production house Toho are looking to build on that success with a teaser for... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

It's a Christmas Miracle! Take A Sneak Peek At PHANTASM: RAVAGER

Being a huge Phantasm fan I was beyond excited to hear that a new sequel to the series had been shooting in secret and was in the process of post-production. Earlier this year we got a teaser trailer which looked... More »
By Swarez   
  

Fresh Scares In Second Trailer For Vietnam's CHUNG CU

With its release edging closer a second full trailer has been released for Vietnamese horror tale Chung Cu. This new effort is clearly intended to be a more story oriented effort, which means a good deal more dialogue in the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Latin Beat: Trailer For Peruvian Horror LA ENTITAD, Plus Top 10 Highest-Grossing Mexican Movies

This week we hear from our correspondents in Mexico and Peru. First, Ernesto Zelaya Miñano follows up on a previous report on Peruvian horror movie La Entitad with a trailer that gives a much better idea of what the filmmakers... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Watch Horror Comedy Short BUNDLE OF NERVES

For two small town cops who tackle paranormal activities on an everyday basis, it's the looming threat of fatherhood that really gets their stomachs in knotted. That's the basic setup for Ryan Spindell's short film Bundle Of Nerves. Spindell, director... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Cineteca Nacional's Masacre En Xoco Reveals 2014 Lineup

UPDATED WITH FULL SCHEDULE The massacre of Xoco is about to begin again at Cineteca Nacional! As usual, curators José Luis Ortega and Mauricio Matamoros Durán have put together a fine selection of horror films for Masacre en Xoco, Mexico City's annual... More »
  

Review: THE BABADOOK Plays Havoc With The Ideals Of Family Life

Australian writer-director Jennifer Kent makes a promising debut with The Babadook, a dramatic horror film that plays havoc with the ideals of family life and the love of a mother for her child. Amelia has not had it easy. Once... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Shot Entirely On An iPhone, Check Out The Trailer For Indie Horror JENNIFER HELP US

Whenever I come across a project like indie horror Jennifer Help Us from writer / director Juan Ortiz I am reminded of an interview I read once with U2 guitar player The Edge. The interviewer asked about what sort of... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Descend Into Horror With Trailer For Aja Produced THE PYRAMID

A long time collaborator with Alexandre Aja - for whom he wrote Haute Tension, The Hills Have Eyes and Mirrors while also producing Piranha 3D - Gregory Levasseur steps into the director's chair for his feature debut The Pyramid, with... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Brazil's Urban Legends Come To Life With THE FOSTERING (O DIABO MORA AQUI)

We first came across Brazilian directing duo Dante Vescio and Rodrigo Gasparini in these parts when the talented pair submitted their short M Is For Mailbox as part of the ABCs Of Death 2 26th director contest. And now there... More »
By Todd Brown   
  
 
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