Grimm Up North, Manchester's home of horror and cult films, is continuing its monthly movie nights in the new year, and we have all the info you need on the upcoming Mon Ami/Chop, The Tall Man/Martyrs, and Citadel/Sleep Tight screenings.
Joining our exclusive clip from earlier in the week, we now have ready and waiting for you two more looks at Chop, the comedy horror sensation from Bloody Disgusting Selects! Check 'em out or lose a finger. The choice is yours.
The horror-comedy. Perhaps the most difficult sub-genre of film to perfect. Most attempts at horror-comedy don't come off well. Either they're too scary without enough comedy or (more frequently) mostly humor with not enough horror. A lot of times they just come across as trying too hard and cheesy. But every once in a while a movie gets it just right. And when that happens, audiences embrace and celebrate the brilliant and elusive successful horror-comedy.
The next installment from the Bloody Disgusting Selects series, the horror comedy Chop, is heading to DVD, Video on Demand, and Digital Download on December 27th, and to get everyone geared up for it, we have an exclusive clip hot, ready, and served up on a platter!
The next installment from the Bloody Disgusting Selects series, the horror comedy Chop, is heading to DVD, Video on Demand, and Digital Download on December 27th, and to get everyone geared up for it, we have three stills from the film to share.
Some fresh art, info, and even a trailer for the next flick in the Bloody Disgusting Selects line has come our way, and we've got all the goodies you need to get yourself geared up for Chop!
The 2011 Fantasia Film Festival is in full swing up in Montreal, Canada, and of course Trembles is on the scene. One of the fest's devilish delights, Trent Haaga's feature-length directorial debut Chop, is the subject of this week's Motion Picture Purgatory. Read on for the full review!
And Bloody Disgusting Selects snags itself yet another distro deal for some quality indie horror, this time coming from Trent Haaga and his latest horror comedy, Chop!
Some more goodies have come to light regarding indie maven Trent Haaga's (writer of the acclaimed flick Deadgirl) latest slice of blood soaked carnage, Chop! Yes, dear reader, it is time for some production stills and the one-sheet!
Trent Haaga, writer of recent cult film success Deadgirl, just announced his directorial debut with the independent thriller Chop. Chop, a revenge thriller with a comedic edge in the tradition of Fargo and Oldboy, centers on a seemingly innocent young couple forced by a psychotic stranger to confront their duplicitous past.