An official sales synopsis is here for The Last Exorcism 2, and we have all the details that you need to prep for your second tango with Nell and her pesky demon friends. Read on for the skinny, and look for more soon!
Just when we thought we were done with the 2012 American Film Market, some more distribution news has come in: The Weinstein Company has picked up English-language rights to the thriller Snow Piercer from South Korea’s CJ Entertainment.
A bit more sales art and the first images from the set of David Hayter's now shooting Wolves came our way during the just concluded 2012 American Film Market. Check 'em out, and look for more soon!
With the 2012 American Film Market now officially over, we have a few odds and ends of sales art and other information to share, and first up is an early look at true-crime tale Devil's Knot along with clarification of details regarding the film.
Another nugget of news has come our way out of AFM concerning the flick The Sibling, which is now known as movie number 167,223,129 bearing the title of Resurrection. Check out a new trailer and sales art right here.
It almost seems fitting for me after being laid up in a medical coma for a week to have my first story back be about a film that's been in a coma since 2007. That's right, kids! At this year's AFM word has come pertaining to the long talked about flick 3:30 A.M.
The 2012 American Film Market is winding down (tomorrow, November 7th, is the final day), and we have a look at some new artwork and stills from a film we've been talking about for a while now, Frost from Icelandic director Reynir Lyngdal.
Word on two more new projects we'll hopefully get to see someday has come out of the 2012 American Film Market: Danny Mulheron's horror comedy Freash Meat, and Spanish-language thriller The Crack from Alfonso Acosta.
AFM 2012: Distro Deals for Home and Stung; New Titles Announced Include Witch Tale Blood Shed and Dracula: The Dark Prince
More news from the 2012 AFM: distro deals for Nicholas McCarthy's Home and Benni Diez's killer bee thriller Stung plus early info on new witch tale Blood Shed and new vamp flick Dracula: The Dark Prince.
Along with the horror comedy Bristled:The Howl Chronicles announced earlier in the week, Fleur De Lis Film Studios has unveiled yet another film on its growing production slate - horror thriller Beautiful Evil - and we have some casting news as well as the film's artwork.
AFM 2012: XLrator Media Acquires US Rights to Horror Comedy Inbred; Amber Heard to Star in Toby Wilkins' Dead Sand Creature Feature
Since these appear to be the last two stories from Day 3 of AFM, we're combining them into one. We have US distro news on Alex Chandon's Inbred and word of a new creature feature from Toby Wilkins.
Word of another new project we may or may not ever see is coming out of the American Film Market, this one being The Witch of New-Canaan Woode, a horror film set in 17th century New England, where a farming family is tormented by an evil witch.
M. Blash's The Wait, starring Chloe Sevigny and Jena Malone, is now in post-production, and Ryan Kampe’s Visit Films has acquired world sales rights for the film at the currently running American Film Market.
Word has come out of the 2012 American Film Market that Fleur De Lis Film Studios announced Bristled: The Howl Chronicles, written by Clint Morris and directed by Asif Akbar. Read on for the first details.
The tagline on the artwork The Asylum is using to promote its newest movie at the American Film Market simply states, “Enough Said!” When your movie is a disaster flick meets nature gone amok flick called Sharknado, what more needs to be said?