A new film about cannibals is heading our way from Dance On Productions entitled Serving Up Richard, and if you live in NYC or LA, you'll be able to see it before the rest of us. Curious? We have the trailer, a few photos, screening info, and more right here.
Some new details have surfaced for Eli Roth's directorial follow-up to the Hostel franchise, The Green Inferno, and it sounds like we're in for a tale featuring some good old fashioned jungle cannibal induced mayhem!
Francis Xavier's new film Poe now has an official release date, and in a new turn of events, a sequel has already been announced. This film, whose synopsis reminds us of The Silence of the Lambs, will become available on May 8 via Maverick Entertainment Group.
Another new trailer for Francis Xavier's maniacal tale of madness, Poe, has hit online, and we have it right here along with a placemat, a fork and a knife for you! Dig in! Poe stars Greg Travis, Sal Landi, Felissa Rose, Gene Silvers and Maray Ayres. For more visit the official Poe website.
We Are What We Are depicts to what extent people will go to survive in the decaying, violent slums of Mexico. Director Jorge Michel Grau knows of this struggle first hand, having grown up in the nation's dark recesses: streets filled with gang violence, drug wars, and inconceivable poverty.
To go along with yesterday's incredible one-sheet debut, the official trailer for IFC Midnight's We Are What We Are, or Somos Lo Que Hay, has slipped online and into our clutches. Dig it!
Yet another great bit of artwork has surfaced online for IFC Midnight's We Are What We Are, or Somos Lo Que Hay, and we gotta say the folks behind the promotion of this flick are certainly going for the gold in terms of triple A designs!
Ah, the prospect of Mexi-cannibals. How we love thee. IFC Midnight's We Are What We Are, or Somos Lo Que Hay, is getting set to premiere in a couple of weeks, and we've got the details on where and when for you lucky East Coasters!
Now this is some artwork we can really get behind. No pensive faced floating heads. No overdone clichés. Just total badassdom. Get ready to dig on the new one-sheet for IFC Midnight's We Are What We Are, or Somos Lo Que Hay. We Are What We Are is opening in the US on February 18th via VOD. Look for more soon. Synopsis
It's no secret we live in a world riddled with germs. Just about everything is contagious in one form or another (especially stupidity), but we do our best to shield ourselves and our loved ones. But what if we couldn't? What if the thing that is spreading, this new disease, is cannibalism?
Hey, even cannibals have got to eat! Yeah it's too bad we're on the menu, but I know of quite a few people I'd like to throw to the flesh hungry before it comes down to me.
Ah, viral marketing! How we love you! It's always interesting to see what kind of strange and wondrous goodies come out of studios looking to promote their films, and this time we have something glorious cooked up by the Mexi-cannibals of We Are What We Are, or Somos Lo Que Hay for you purists out there.
During this month of ghosts, werewolves, vampires, and zombies, it is important to remember that there are other sub-genres of horror films that still make essential viewing. Unbeknownst to a lot of horror fans, there was once a style of film made mostly in Italy during the Seventies and Eighties known as The Third World Cannibal Film, or simply The Cannibal Film genre.
A new trailer for the Mexican cannibal fiesta known as Jorge Michel Grau's We Are What We Are has just debuted online, and we've got the goods right here waiting for you!