Dark Sky Films
We all love parties, and what could be more fun than one thrown by a group of vampires? We'll all find out come November 17th when Dark Sky Films releases the French horror/comedy Vampire Party (Les dents de la nuit) onto DVD. The film was co-directed by first-timers (according to IMDB) Stephen Cafiero and Vincent Lobelle, who also co-wrote the script with Jean-Patrick Benes and Allan Mauduit.
If you've never seen Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, then you're missing out on one of the single greatest and most disturbing true crime movies to date. In just a few weeks acquainted fans with the tech will be able to dig on his special breed of mayhem in 1080p!
More DVD news comes today, this time from Dark Sky Films as they bless us with a crazy piece of artwork and the specs from their upcoming DVD release of Deadgirl (review here).
Dark Sky Films is set to unleash festival favorite Deadgirl in a series of midnight runs at theatres across the country. Even better, at some showings audiences will even get to hear from the film's cast and crew! We've got all the details on these events for you as this is something you just may not want to miss!
The trailer for Dark Sky Films' latest acquisition Deadgirl just leaked online, but we're willing to bet it won't be up for very long!
Starting on July 24th, Dark Sky Films will be hosting special midnight screenings of Deadgirl, the coming of age horror film that made a lot of noise on the festival circuit. Wanna know where you can see it? We thought you would!
Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Josslyn DeCrosta, Erica Rhodes, David Lombard, Lindsay Goranson, James Warke Directed by David Gregory
The folks at Dark Sky Films just dropped us the first details on the DVD release of Plague Town, one of the films selected to play this year’s Boston Underground Film Festival! On your right you can see the DVD art. The disc will street on May 12th, 2009, and will come with the following features:
Larry Fessenden, the man behind Glass Eye Pix and thusly every single cool genre project out there right now, got chatting with the mutants at STYD recently and dropped some intel on a trio of projects that fans are patiently waiting for.
Dark Sky Films just announced the release of a movie I honestly never expected to see in the United States. Not because it’s overly violent or bizarre, but just because it’s so damn obscure.