After Dark Films
I know we mentioned this in a previous Horrorfest story, but since this is yet another excuse for you to go check out hot women screaming, it bears repeating: The time has come to start the search for Miss Horrrorfest 2008!
After Dark Film’s third annual Horrorfest has just added another film to its lineup, Phedon Papamichael’s From Within (review). The film is the story of a small town hit with a rash of suicides. One young girl begins to distrust everyone and believes she will be next.
We first spotted the new poster for After Dark's 8 Films to Die For (official site) at this year's SDCC.
A very cool surprise showed up in our inbox a few minutes ago: the first look at Craig Singer’s Perkins' 14, the first film to be made utilizing all the wondrous tools of our interwebs.
This January 2009, the new After Dark Films Horrorfest rolls into theaters with a new selection of films and for the first time ever will feature a horror made specifically for the fest! Nomad was on hand at Comic Con with the new Miss Horrorfest when she did some signings at the After Dark booth, and you can get your first look at the new Horrorfest poster because of it.
Dan Madigan, the mind that brought us the bit of brutality known as See No Evil (review) is not done with the horror genre. Two years after Kane (or 'Fake Desiel' as my wrestling friends still call him) terrorized a hot young cast, the writer has lined up a few intriguing flicks.
Well, things are moving along nicely for Craig (Dark Ride) Singer's next experiment with After Dark Films, the Horrorfest entry Perkins' 14. A recent casting call on Massify, where the film had its origins, has yielded the primary leads for the horror film, which will be a part of the upcoming 8 Films to Die For.
Well, this is a bit unexpected; for the first time since its inception, After Dark Films will be featuring a sequel as one of this year’s 8 Films to Die For. Some may question the validity of said sequel, but there is a good chance of it getting butts in seats.
After Dark Films is shedding its skin as the company prepares to start producing and distributing its own horror films. The first two features to come out of this new development will be Perkins' 14 and Faithless.
Wondering what After Dark Films has planned for this year’s Horrorfest? Amazed, considering the box office returns last year, that they’ll even be another? Yeah, me too, but you can’t help but give ‘em a little respect for not giving up!
We've been telling you about it for months, and the official news has finally rolled in. Xavier Gens' Frontier(s) (official website), which was too extreme to be part of the After Dark film fest, will be having its limited theatrical release on May 9th at the following theatres:
The film that really should have been a part of last year's After Dark's 8 Films to Die For, Frontier(s), is still going to get its chance to shine here in the States with an uncut theatrical run on May 9th and landing on DVD May 13th.
It’s been a while since we heard much from the After Dark camp regarding Frontier(s), the film that was originally going to be one of the 8 Films to Die For until they couldn’t bring in an R rating. Luckily, their silence was due to hard work on their side building promo materials for the film!
Death will find you relaxing in front of the TV if you're not careful come Tuesday, March 18th, 2008...