When the list of films screening in this year's SXSW Midnighters lineup was announced, Daniel Stamm's 13 Sins was on it, and with its world premiere happening on March 7th during the fest, the official trailer has arrived.
Playing as part of the South by Southwest Film Festival is Late Phases, and in honor of the flick's premiere The Wrap scored two new stills and some artwork. Dig it!
A quick trailer for the next terror tale from Korean filmmaker Hwang In-ho, entitled Monster, is here with English subtitles so we can finally get some clues as to what's actually going on! How's that for a change? Check it out along with the international artwork.
Although that headline may sound like the beginning of some sort of dirty joke, it's actually the title of the next project from the director of The Orphanage, Juan Antonio Bayona. Read on for details.
Some quick casting news has arrived for NBC's "Constantine" series as The Wrap is reporting that Harold Perrineau (“Lost”), Lucy Griffiths (“True Blood”), and Charles Halford (“True Detective”) have joined the graphic novel pilot.
Wanting to be sure that everyone has embraced the madness of "Hannibal," NBC has released a new promo poster as a reminder that the "next course" (i.e., Episode 2.02, "Sakizuki") is arriving on Friday. Check it out, and let us know what you think of the new season so far.
One of the more intriguing films coming out of Sundance this year is without question The Voices, which stars Ryan Reynolds and talking animals. If you've been wondering when you'll be able to see it, we have some good news for ya!
Formerly titled Project Blue Book, Matty Beckerman's found footage alien invasion flick Alien Abduction is set for release from IFC Midnight on April 4th, and right now we have the film's poster and a really effective trailer. Check 'em out!
We're just a couple days away from the start of the 2014 South by Southwest Film Festival, where a slew of new horror films will have their world premieres. One of those movies is Leigh Janiak's Honeymoon, which puts a sinister spin on the idea of wedded bliss.
Like them or not, Kickstarter and Indiegogo have helped countless filmmakers realize visions that would never have been realized without the benefit of crowdsourcing. What's the next step in the future of fan-funded films? It just might be a new service called Tentsquare. Read on for details!
The writing/directing team of Nick Damici and Jim Mickle have impressed us over the years with films like Stake Land and We Are What We Are. As we await the release of their next, Cold in July, we've received word that the duo are heading to the small screen. Read on!
A double dose of 1981 horror flicks will usher us into the summer, courtesy of our friends over at Scream Factory. Read on for full details about both releases, which put Evilspeak and Final Exam on Blu-ray for the very first time!
If we have any complaints about "Teen Wolf" right now, it's that they're trying to cram a bit too much into the storyline and there just hasn't been enough Derek. Only 3 eps are left so check out this preview and sneak peek of Episode 3.22, "De-Void," to see if our issues might be resolved before Season 3B ends.
Oculus is making its US debut at the upcoming 2014 SXSW Film Fest in Austin, Texas, and right now we have a new poster, a set of new stills and the official trailer. Whatcha waiting for?
The trio of stills from Sin City: A Dame to Kill For which originally appeared in Entertainment Weekly have arrived for mass consumption for everyone else, and even though you've seen 'em already, you can now see 'em sans text!