Not to be confused with the filmmaking troupe of the same name, some new stills, a trailer, and artwork have arrived for Radio Silence (formerly On Air); and as always we have everything you need right here.
A couple of days ago we told you about Henry Rollins' new project, He Never Died, and now through the power of internet wizardry, we have some artwork and the official plot details for ya!
This year's American Film Market is crawling across the finish line, and the news is still coming in. Next up is word that Don Thacker's flick Motivational Growth (review) has been nabbed by Indiecan Entertainment for Canadian distro. Read on for details.
Of all the sights and sounds of AFM, the one bit of artwork that has stayed with us is from Raven Banner Entertainment's acquisition of Doghouse Pictures' Beautiful People. Now we have a much better look at said artwork for you!
Yesterday we told you that LevelFILM picked up U.S. rights to zombie thriller The Returned from Spanish genre hub Filmax and director Manuel Carballo (Exorcismus). Today we have a trio of new stills.
A couple of weeks ago we showed you some less than flattering artwork for The Invoking that was never meant to get out there. To say it was a bit too similar to The Conjuring is an understatement, but thankfully that wrong has been righted.
On tap right now we have your first look at Charlize Theron as she appears in the upcoming film Dark Places. The flick has been selling very well at AFM. Read on for details.
LevelFILM has picked up US rights to zombie thriller The Returned from Spanish genre hub Filmax and director Manuel Carballo (Exorcismus). A US theatrical and day-and-date VOD release is set for February 14, 2014.
It seems appropriate now that we're nearing the tail end of this year's AFM that a movie called These Final Hours would find distribution. Screen Daily reports that Roadshow Films has picked up US and UK rights to the apocalyptic thriller from Celluloid Nightmares.
The throng of distribution news continues at a nice steady pace from the American Film Market as Raven Banner Entertainment has acquired worldwide rights to Doghouse Pictures' Beautiful People.
More AFM news is coming in via Variety, who reports that Pantelion Films, a joint venture of Lionsgate and Mexican media corp Televisa, will now distribute English-language horror film Summer Camp in North America.
Two new flicks have found themselves a new home with eOne Entertainment - the zombie comedy April Apocalypse and Josh Stewart's (The Collector, The Collection) new film entitled The Hunted. Read on for details.
Around these parts we're big big fans of writers Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, and any time some news surfaces concerning horror's golden duo, we get really excited. We're especially excited to hear about their Neighbor.
The sliver of sasquatchploitation from Bobcat Goldthwait, Willow Creek (review), has scored itself some domestic distribution via Dark Sky Films, and we have the details for you right here to dig on!
No matter where you live in the world, you're pretty much guaranteed a chance to enter some Dark Places as the film that stars Charlize Theron has just been sold in a slew of deals that even include airline and ship rights for you travelers out there.