Good news for those of you looking forward to getting a heaping dosage of The Little Deaths: The flick is coming home from the good folks over at Image Entertainment, and we've got the 411.
The SXSW Film Festival is in full swing down in Austin, Texas, and of course we have it fully staffed and will be bringing you some stellar coverage beginning with some reviews! First up - The latest UK anthology flick, Little Deaths.
Three new images have surfaced online today for the SXSW premiere of Little Deaths, and we've got a peek at the goods for you. Dig it! Little Deaths features tales of terror from Simon Rumley (Red White & Blue, Living and the Dead), Andrew Parkinson (I, Zombie, Venus Drowning) and Sean Hogan (Isle of Dogs, Summer's Blood).
The new import anthology Little Deaths is screening at midnight during the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, TX, and to celebrate the flick's premiere, two new images have debuted, and one is filled with a bunch of true bitches!
This year's SXFantastic lineup (a group of five films selected by the folks behind Fantastic Fest that screen at midnight during the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, TX) includes Little Deaths, a psycho-sexual horror anthology comprised of three separate stories dealing with the twin themes of sex and death. Today its trailer debuted online, and of course we have it for you here.
As mentioned earlier, a bit of Fantastic Fest is coming home thanks to IFC Midnight, and to celebrate, the trailer debut for High Lane (or Vertige for you purists out there) has come online.
Some pretty great news has come in for those of us who don't have the funds or the time off from work to attend this year's Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas: IFC Midnight, the new genre label of IFC Films, has announced that four brand new IFC Midnight acquisitions screening at Fantastic Fest (Sept. 23-30) will simultaneously be available nationwide via the movies-on-demand platform.
You wanna talk about a truly stellar horror film line-up? Look no further than the Austin, Texas, film extravaganza Fantastic Fest 2009 as it's sporting a line-up that's simply to die for!