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Undoubtedly, writer/director Ti West is making quite a name for himself within the horror community in just a very short time. It’s hard to believe his directorial debut The Roost was about only 6 years ago, but here we are now celebrating the recent South by Southwest premiere of The Innkeepers, West’s fifth feature horror film to date.
You knew it was coming. More bloodshed was inevitable. It's with great pleasure that we announce that the body count is about to continue. Steady yourself ... Hatchet 3 is a GO! From the Press Release
Our coverage of SXSW 2011 continues with a review for acclaimed director Ti West's latest horror film, The Innkeepers for Glass Eye Pix and Dark Sky Films! Dig it! The movie stars Sara Paxton, Pat Healy, Kelly McGillis, and George Riddle. Look for more really soon! Synopsis
Another wicked piece of artwork has come our way for Ti West's latest film, The Innkeepers, in celebration of its premiere at South by Southwest 2011 Festival, and again - though minimalist - it's pretty friggin' awesome! The movie stars Sara Paxton, Pat Healy, Kelly McGillis, and George Riddle. Look for more really soon!
Screw you floating heads! Up yours, pensive teens! Take a powder, dude just standing there! With its debut at the South by Southwest 2011 Festival right around the corner, the first one-sheet for Ti West's latest film, The Innkeepers, is here; and it has been knocked out of the park!
Fans have been waiting on some firm release plans for Jim Mickle’s post-apocalyptic vampire tale Stake Land (review here) for a while now, and while we're all excited for its limited theatrical release on April 22nd, the fact of the matter remains, a very limited amount of people would be getting to see it.
Danielle Harris is someone most genre fans know and know well. Smart, funny, and beautiful, since bursting onto the horror scene as a young child in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, she has grown to become a horror icon.
Oh happy incredible day! Great news coming pre-EFM! After our hopes for Worst Case Scenario went up in flames, we were really worried about the future of Army of Frankenstein. We worry no more. From the Press Release
Yet another new image has come our way in promotion of Jim Mickle's highly acclaimed Stake Land, which you'll be able to dig on in theatres April 22nd! Check it out!
Following last evening’s raucous Cinefamily LA premiere of director Henry Saine’s wickedly funny horror-comedy The Last Lovecraft: The Relic of Cthulhu, the director, along with the feature film’s screenwriter, producer and actor Devin McGinn and cast members Kyle Davis, Barak Hardley and Gregg Lawrence, among others, assembled for an audience Q&A to chat about the film.
If you're a regular on the film festival circuit, then odds are good you caught Jim Mickle's highly acclaimed Stake Land at a fest or two over the past year. For the rest of us who've been wondering when we might be able to see it, today comes news from Dark Sky Films that we should mark our calendars for April 22nd!
When we last spoke, Adam Green (the writer/director of the Hatchet series and Frozen, co-director of Spiral, and producer of Grace) talked a little bit about his past, his love of films, and some of the challenges he faced as an indie filmmaker.
First and foremost, it should be noted that writer/producer/ director Adam Green is a film fan. It’s evident in his feature films. It’s evident in his short films. It’s readily apparent when you talk to him.
Kane Hodder is man known for his ability to kill. After playing the unstoppable Jason Voorhees for four films in the legendary Friday the 13th series, Hodder has moved on to star in a number of successful and influential genre and non-genre films. Back in 2006 he returned to the woods to become the maniacal Victor Crowley in Adam Green’s homage to the slasher film, Hatchet.