Film 4 Frightfest
No one hates it when people disturb a film at the theater more than the folks at Film4 Frightfestin London. In fact, they're looking for a filmmakers to create indents to run at the beginning of the fest's films to remind audience members to quiet their phones. Read on!
Pascal Laugier's Martyrs isn't exactly a film you like or dislike. It's more of something you just experience. That being said, this new bit of artwork from artist Gary Pullin designed for FrightFest in the UK... well, this we love!
Making its UK premiere at the Glasgow Film Festival courtesy of Film4 FrightFest is the Indonesian flick The Raid, which is said to be the one of the most violent films of all time. Need some proof? How about a new clip?
For many years we here in the States have looked with envy upon our brothers and sisters across the pond who have been fortunate enough to have their own "Horror Channel", even if in 2006 it was rebranded as "Zone Horror". Now, though, it looks like they're reverting to the old name effective next Monday.
With the It's Alive remake hitting home video on Tuesday, October 6th courtesy of First Look features, all sorts of goodness landed in our mailboxes today to share with you ... our dear and sexy, sexy, readers.
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring William Sadler, Sophie Monk, Tad Hilgenbrink, Janet Montgomery Directed by Dave Parker
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring Lisa Chappell, Terry Camilleri, Robert Taylor, Sam Parsonson Directed by Rupert Glasson
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring Shauna Macdonald, Natalie Jackson Mendoza, Krysten Cummings, Gavan O'Herlihy Directed by Jon Harris
How's that for a title? Seriously, it only seems right written out in caps. KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM! We fuckin' love it! Ever since the better than it had any right to be Wrong Turn 2, we've all been waiting for Joe Lynch to get back into the director's chair. Now he's returning with a vengeance.
The sequel to Neil Marshal's claustrophobic classic, The Descent Part II, played last week at the Film 4 FrightFest in the UK. We'll have our official review for you soon, but first here's a look at the film's new one-sheet!
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring Neve McIntosh, Shaun Dooley, Linzey Cocker Directed by Lawrence Gough
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring Jim Sturgess, Timothy Spall, Clémence Poésy, Eddie Marsan Directed by Philip Ridley
One of the sickest, most disturbing looking films we've seen come along in quite some time, The Human Centipede (stills here), made its debut last week at the Film4 FrightFest, and we've got a review for you that will make your hair stand on end. From the FrightFest website:
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring Edward Furlong, Shannon Elizabeth, Monica Keena, Tiffany Shepis Directed by Adam Gierasch
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring Bijou Philips, Skye Bennett, Raphaël Coleman, Sigal Diamant, Jack Ellis Directed by Josef Rusnak Coming to DVD this October is Josef Rusnak’s unnecessary, yet entertaining, reimagining of Larry Cohen’s 1974 cult classic It’s Alive. Is it worth tracking down, or is the disc better used as a coaster? Read on...