The Killing Games
It's been several months since last we heard anything about Barry J. Gillis' disturbing feature film The Killing Games, but now word has arrived that Typhoon Films is releasing it worldwide on VOD in just a few days.
As promised in our recent story about The Killing Games getting set to have its world premiere at the Calgary International Film Festival, we now have an overflowing image gallery for the film for your perusal.
This past June we got word from Canadian filmmaker Barry J. Gillis that his new film The Killing Games had been deemed "too violent" to screen at the Edmonton International Film Festival, but that's all water under the bridge now that it has been accepted by the Calgary International Film Festival.
Canadian filmmaker Barry J. Gillis reports to Dread Central that he's extremely disappointed to hear that his film The Killing Games has been tagged as too violent to screen at the Edmonton International Film Festival, an event that basically takes place in the director's own backyard.
As if Canada hasn’t given us enough in Pam Anderson, Jim Carrey and Peter North, north country filmmaker Barry J. Gillis has tapped the true story of alleged Canuck murder suspect Mark Twitchell for the subject matter of his new film The Killing Games.