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Play Around in The Killing Games Image Gallery

As promised in our recent story about The Killing Games getting set to have its world premiere at the Calgary International Film Festival, we now have an overflowing image gallery for the film for your perusal.

The Killing Games Set to Premiere at the Calgary International Film Festival

This past June we got word from Canadian filmmaker Barry J. Gillis that his new film The Killing Games had been deemed "too violent" to screen at the Edmonton International Film Festival, but that's all water under the bridge now that it has been accepted by the Calgary International Film Festival.

The Killing Games Deemed Too Violent for Filmmaker's Hometown Fest

Canadian filmmaker Barry J. Gillis reports to Dread Central that he's extremely disappointed to hear that his film The Killing Games has been tagged as too violent to screen at the Edmonton International Film Festival, an event that basically takes place in the director's own backyard.

Trailer and Poster Revealed for Canadian Serial Killer Flick The Killing Games

As if Canada hasn’t given us enough in Pam Anderson, Jim Carrey and Peter North, north country filmmaker Barry J. Gillis has tapped the true story of alleged Canuck murder suspect Mark Twitchell for the subject matter of his new film The Killing Games.

UK DVD Art and Trailer - 7 Days

Daniel Grou's intense revenge thriller 7 Days, or Les 7 jours du talion for you purists out there, is getting set to make its UK DVD debut on August 23rd (we Yanks are going to have to wait until September 28th), and we've got the artwork and a trailer for you!

Teaser Trailer - The Eternal

With all these teasers and posters floating around today, it was only a matter of time before a vampire themed flick bared its fangs for our perusal.

Five Eternal Teases

Five new teaser posters were released today by the good folks at Unstable Ground for the feature version of their hot property The Eternal, and we've got every single last one for you hot and bloody!

Mister Hollow Nominated for a Genie!

Rodrigo Gudino, former Editor in Chief of Rue Morgue magazine, just sent out word that his latest short film, "The Facts in the Case of Mister Hollow" (review), has been nominated for a Genie Award, Canada’s answer to the Academy Awards.

First Poster for Aftermath!

We just got the first look at a teaser poster for the upcoming post-apocalyptic film Aftermath, which is on its way from Canadian director Laurent Piche. Along with the poster, which you can see below, there's also word that some pretty big names are circling Aftermath right now in terms of studios, so keep your fingers crossed!

Pics & Updated Trailer for Aftermath

Over the weekend the guys behind the upcoming Canuck post-apocalyptic film Aftermath, which we gave you guys the first word on a few days back, updated us with a series of behind-the-scenes stills from the trailer’s shoot, as well as a higher quality version of the trailer itself! Both are featured below so scroll down to check them out, then hit the official Aftermath site to learn more!

Things (1989)

“The blood’s just dripping like maple syrup!” – hockey hairdoed hero

Teaser for Post-Apocalyptic Aftermath

“The world ended on a Tuesday.” While it’s enticing to think of, I hope we can get through one more Halloween before it does. Actually, that’s the last line in the wicked teaser trailer for Aftermath, a new film coming our way from the Great White North, which you can check out below.

Scarce (DVD)

Reviewed by Serena Whitney Starring Thom Webb, John Geddes, Jesse T. Cook, Steve Warren, Gary Fischer Directed by Jesse T. Cook & John Geddes Distributed by Anchor Bay Canada

Frankenhooker Star Returns for The Eternal

We just got a heads-up from the guys behind The Eternal, the feature film version of the kick ass short “Ending the Eternal” that’s in pre-production now, that the first casting decision has been made; and it’s unexpected to say the least!

Canadian 3D Horror Comes Home

Four words you don't often hear together: 3D Canadian horror movie. But such a film exists. It's called The Mask (no relation to a certain Jim Carrey flick), it came out in 1961, and now it's coming to DVD in its original 3D format.