Don't all great things happen at High Noon? Can you name me one big time, Old West shoot-out that happened at a quarter to four? No way, cowboy, High Noon was the only time for big happenings then and the Fantasia International Film Festival is running with this tradition for a big announcement on July 25.
Interesting news coming out of this year's Fantasia International Film Festival. Despite taking decades for the pseudo-sequel for the 1973 classic The Wicker Man to get here, a third one will be arriving in a fraction of the time.
Another indie flick which is making its way to the Fantasia International Film Festival is David Bryant's follow-up to Dead Wood entitled Victims, and through the magic of stills and a trailer, we have a look at what to expect!
Knots. Nipples. Branches. Fires. General weirdness. We could only be referring to the new image gallery for Robin Hardy's 38 years in the making sequel to the cult classic The Wicker Man entitled The Wicker Tree!
Get ready for a boatload of goodies from the new flick getting ready to make its debut at the Fantasia International Film Festival 2011, Morituris! Tread carefully, though ... there's some full frontal lurking about so this stuff is NOT SAFE FOR WORK. Unless of course you work here where we like the naughty bits!
The trailer for yet another film playing at this year's Fantasia International Film Festival entitled Aversion has made its way online, and we have every second of it right here waiting for you!
A creepy new still showing off one of the beasties to be found in Troy Nixey's Guillermo del Toro produced remake of Don't Be Afraid of the Dark is here, and we've got every evil pixel of it waiting for ya!
Strap in for some more stills ... well, actually just get comfy. There's not a whole lot of action going on in this latest batch of eye candy so the strap is completely optional. Below you'll find the first stills from Carl Tibbetts' feature film debut for Sony Pictures Worldwide, Retreat, starring Cillian Murphy, Thandie Newton and Jamie Bell.
This year's Fantasia Film Festival is home to one of the longest lists of feature films we've seen in all our years of reporting on the fest. In addition they'll be screening several short films. Info on one of them, Axelle Carolyn's The Last Post, just landed in our inbox; and of course we have to share!
The website for the 2011 Fantasia International Film Festival is going live today, and along with that news the festival's promoters dropped over a half dozen press releases on us outlining the films that will be shown this year, the guests who will be attending, and more.