A Lonely Place to Die
Oh happy day! IFC Midnight is gearing up to release the stellar A Lonely Place to Die (which showed up on a few of our year-end "Best of 2011" lists) on both DVD and Blu-ray on March 20th, 2012, and though no specs are available, we do have the official artwork right here waiting for you. Dig it!
We recently had the chance to check out Julian Gilbey's A Lonely Place to Die On Demand thanks to IFC Films, and let us tell you right now that it's one of the best, most suspenseful horror thrillers of the year. Don't believe us? Check out this new clip from the film.
The Toronto After Dark Film Festival ran this past October 20-27, 2011, and what with the Halloween holiday and all the AFM news we've been pumping out, the results of the fest got a little bit lost in the shuffle. But we're remedying that right now with the rundown on who took home what from the 6th annual festival of new horror, sci-fi, action and cult movies.
Ever wish you lived in Canada? And we're not talking about politics or health care here. We talking about movies! Once you take a look at the final lineup for the 2011 Toronto After Dark film fest, you'll be packing your bags for the Great White North for sure!
Just a day after debuting the official UK quad one-sheet for the UK's A Lonely Place to Die, we now have the official trailer on tap for you horror hounds looking for a little action!
Horror fans in the UK will soon be treated to Julian Gibney’s British adventure thriller A Lonely Place To Die from Genesis Film Sales, and to get our friends across the pond geared up for the flick, a new one-sheet has come to pass.
If you live in the UK, we've got something very special for you. If you live in the US, well, you are going to have to envy our friends across the pond, because this is one of those times we're going to be playing catch-up. We are still going to wet your whistle for some very awesome shorts coming down the pipe.
Film4 FrightFest 2011: Image Round-Up: Saint, Kill List, The Devil's Business, A Lonely Place to Die, and More!
And finally to round out our insane amount of coverage from the Film4FrightFest, we have even more imagery for you to dig on from some of the smaller (but just as kick-ass) films playing at the event. Dig on them all below.
It's times like this when we here in the States couldn't be more jealous of our friends across the pond. One of the best damned horror film festivals in the world, The Film4 FrightFest, has announced its full slate of films, and all we can say is ... wow.
If ever there were a reason we've wished we were based in the UK, it's so that our entire staff could enjoy the maniacal goodness that is the annual Film4 FrighFest. The event is nothing short of genius, and there's not a day that goes by that we don't envy our friends across the pond.
One of the best damned horror film festivals in the world, the UK's Film4 FrightFest, is gearing up to bring more terror across the pond; and we have the first details on what you 2011 lucky attendees can expect. Dig it! From the Press Release:
Horror fans in the UK should be pleased with this latest distribution news to cross our desk: Kaleidoscope Entertainment has picked up all UK rights to Julian Gibney’s British adventure thriller A Lonely Place To Die from Genesis Film Sales.
And Friday kicks off with a trailer debut for a flick we've had our eye on for a while now, Julian Gilbey's A Lonely Place to Die. We've got to say things are looking good and we're not just talking about star Melissa George.
A new and pretty cool behind-the-scenes video for the latest Melissa George vehicle, A Lonely Place to Die, has just made its way online giving interested viewers a peek at the proceedings. And honestly? We'll take all the peeks of Melissa George that we can get!