Around these parts we're big fans of JT Petty (Soft for Digging, The Burrowers) so we've been anxious to see his latest, horror comedy Hellbenders; and now, thanks to Lionsgate, we'll be able to do exactly that!
Day 2 of the 2012 American Film Market is winding down, and we have some artwork to share from four upcoming projects: Daniel Stamm's psychological thriller The Darkness, Troma's Return to Nuke "Em High, found footage sci-fi tale Project Blue Book, and survival thriller Satanic.
You may have thought we were done for the day with distro news, but one more announcement just slipped in under the wire. Grindstone/Lionsgate Home Entertainment have acquired North American rights to Dark Feed, and Recreation Media has taken on international rights for the film, which is currently screening at AFM.
We have some more quick distribution news to share from AFM: Strand Releasing has acquired all North American rights to Roberto Busó-García’s The Condemend (Los Condenados) and is in negotiations to license the U.S. TV rights to the film to HBO.
Following up on all the cool sales art we posted earlier today, some distribution news has come out of the currently running AFM 2012, and we have all the details you need on XLrator Media's pick up of Steven C. Miller's Under the Bed (review here).
Get ready, kiddies. Michael Myers has a treat for you just in time for Halloween! This evening Tyler Mane (Rob Zombie's Halloween 1 & 2, X-Men) dropped us a line to let us know that he just posted the first trailer for his upcoming indie horror flick Compound Fracture.
AFM 2012: Sales Art Blowout Part 3 - The Sequels: The Last Exorcism 2, Bait 2, and The Woman in Black: Angel of Death
Well, this is interesting. Along with our first look at The Last Exorcism 2 and The Woman in Black: Angel of Death at AFM today, some early word on Bait 2 came our way. Talk about a Halloween gift!
Ready for Part 2 of our Day 1 coverage of AFM happening in Santa Monica, California? Up now we have early looks at Prisoners, Pompeii, and (one I personally can't wait for) The Quiet Ones from Hammer.
The American Film Market (AFM) kicked off today, and if you've been reading this site for a while, you know a LOT of info comes out of it. We'll be bringing you the horror highlights, starting with sales art for three films we've mentioned previously: Kill Your Friends, Jessabelle, and Backmask.
It's been a long time since last we spoke about the vampire film The Eternal. Around two years in fact. But hey, even the most toothy of buns need some extra time in the oven on occasion. Read on for the latest.
Good news for those of you out there excited for the latest film coming from director Ti West, called The Sacrament. The flick is currently shooting in Georgia, and we've got some more details for you right here, including casting news.
More goodness coming our way from the soon to be starting and inundating you American Film Market. On tap for you cats right now is your first look at Homecoming which looks to prove that some memories can come back to get you.
Genre sales label WTF will be bringing its latest horror offering, Evil Feed, to this year's American Film Market, and we have a few stills and some artwork for you. Check it out. Scratch your head and ask yourself, really, WTF?
In this health-crazed world of ours, it's no surprise that cannibalism has stayed on the menu for horror fans for decades. Another flesh-eating flick is on its way that's guaranteed to be more fun that having an Asian chef serve you his genitals.
Here's the thing about AFM... hundreds of films are shopped and announced there, and who knows whether or not we'll ever get to see them. That being said, we're pretty sure given the talent involved, at least one of the following will definitely happen.