Swimming up from the depths, the Syfy-style Shock Attack is set to take a bite out of the American Film Market this weekend. In preparation, we've got the electrifying sales trailer and key art for ya today. Dive in for all the fishy details!
It's that wonderful time of year again! AFM is open and bustling, and you know what that means, right? A throng of movie news is here for projects that will mostly never happen or never see the light of day! First up...
The adaptation of Eric S. Brown's Bigfoot War series is currently stomping around the American Film Market, and we have the first bit of sales art for this furry affair right here. Dig it!
Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II, III, IV; Repo! The Genetic Opera; The Devil's Carnival) is looking to get his truly intense tale Abattoir to the big screen, and we're all hoping he'll be able to do so at this year's AFM.
No, it's not some strange quasi-remake of stoner favorite cartoon "Josie and the Pussycats!" What we have here are three bits of sales art for the new flick The Apostles featuring Dream Home star Josie Hoi. Dig 'em!
With the American Film Market bearing down on us, expect to hear a lot about the horror projects heading to the event. Right now we have the first look at Academy Award-nominated Salma Hayek in director Joe Lynch's action thriller Everly.
Picture that, right? A body of water vs. an anaconda! It could be as exciting as watching two invisible men fight in Hollow Man 2. Lord knows that was a treat. Seriously though...
More casting news for the latest Stephen King adaptation, CELL, has arrived in the form of the always entertaining Samuel L. Jackson. Read on for all the latest details that have just jumped out of the gate.
Patricio Valladares' remake of his own film Hidden in the Woods is headed to this year's American Film Market, and right now we have a new sales trailer for you cats to dig on. Check it out!
We told you about the new flick featuring Kane Hodder, Alice D, back in September; and right now we have the first official trailer for you. Check it out, and look for more on this one as soon as we get it!
Our Mr. Dark got an early look at Matthan Harris' The Inflicted (review here) at the 2012 Texas Frighmare Weekend, and now the film's making a run at this year's American Film Market with some updated sales art and a new trailer.
Just in time for this year's AFM (get used to hearing that a lot this month), we have the first word and sales trailer for the new indie flick Morning Star from Luca Boni and Marco Ristori. Check it out along with a bit of artwork.
Another film heading to next week's American Film Market is Jennifer Blanc-Biehn's sophomore directorial effort, The Girl, and today we have a look at its first teaser video. Take a peek, and expect more soon!
More pre-American Film Market news has hit our desks, and we're making sure it's not getting lost in the Halloween shuffle which is steadily mounting. Read on for your first news pertaining to The Diabolical.
Another supernatural thriller is headed to this year's American Film Market, which kicks off next week. Get ready for a boatload of horror news when it goes down, but for now... Read on for the skinny!