If you look on Lauro Chartrand's IMDb page, you will see only two directing credits but well over 200 films listed under the stunts category. A longtime stunt performer/coordinator, Chartrand has only recently begun delving into directing, and his second feature film is set to be of the thriller variety.
Some quick distribution news has come our way for the latest chiller out of the UK, the Steve Stone spooker Entity, and it could not have found a better home to begin its haunting. Read on for details.
If you watched Bait 3D, then you know that director Kimble Rendall knows how to take advantage of nature running amok. In fact during that sharkfest there was a scene featuring hundreds of scurrying spiders. Get ready for that moment times ten in his latest flick, The Nest 3D.
Some good news landed in our inbox this week for those anxious to check out UK horror-comedy Inbred in the form of a new sales agent for the flick and a big batch of new stills. Read on for the details!
More eye candy has come our way, this time non-AFM related, so we're feeling pretty good about bringing it to you! What we have for you here are two new images from the new film from John Penney, who has worked on such classic films as The Kindred, The Power, Return of the Living Dead, and Return of the Living Dead III, entitled Shadows.
Longtime fans of the genre should be familiar with the name John Penney, who has worked on such classic films as The Kindred, The Power, and Return of the Living Dead and Return of the Living Dead III. The man is back, this time in the director's chair, with a new feature film entitled Shadows, and we've got your very first look!
In the tradition of The Running Man, Battle Royale, $lasher$, Gamer and the upcoming Hunger Games from Lionsgate comes yet another tale of games gone wrong. Really wrong.
Darclight Films is pumping out the sales art for Cannes today, and the next bit of eye candy out of the gate is in promotion of the great Joe Dante's next effort, Monster Love. Yeah, I know. We're still waiting for his last film, The Hole, to be released here, but that doesn't mean we can't plan ahead.
We just dug our blood stained mitts into the ominous in its simplicity Cannes sales art for Darclight Films' new feature, Harvest, and we figured that we'd invite you, yes YOU, dearest reader to share in its spookiness. Tony Tilse will be directed the film from a screenplay by Leon Ford. Dig it! Synopsis