A slight change has occurred to the lineup of the UK's popular horror film festival Film4 FrightFest due to the withdrawal of Kaboom by its director Gregg Araki. But no worries; Plan B is now in effect, and writer/director Brett Anstey's Damned by Dawn will be screening in its place.
If you were among the hundreds of people who were shut out of screenings of the film Rubber at the Fantasia film fest (or the thousands of us who didn't even make it up to Canada in the first place), then quite possibly a trip to Austin, Texas, is in your future as the flick has just shown up on the first wave of programming for the sixth edition of Fantastic Fest, happening September 23rd-30th.
The New York Asian Film Festival came and went in a flash this year (July 15-24), and shortly after I was buried in the San Diego Comic-Con planning avalanche. Now I get to take a two-minute break and give you a rundown of the films I caught from the show, most of which will be released by Sushi Typhoon and Media Blasters ...
The makers of Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, Jon Knautz and Trevor Matthews, have a new film playing at the Fantasia Film Festival 2010 called The Shrine, and the full trailer for the flick has just made its way online!
Weeeee’re baaaack. The fourteenth year of Fantasia, and our seventh year covering it for you twisted lot who for whatever reason STILL haven’t come to Montreal for what Quentin Tarantino calls the most important and prestigious genre film festival on the continent. Sure he was pimping Basterds at the time, but I’m sure he really meant it!
One film that's been kicking around for a while now will soon be gracing the big screens at the Fantasia Film Festival 2010 and we've got two one-sheets for it that are absolutely Heartless!
More goodies rolling in in support of the Fantasia Film Festival 2010! Time to get the goods on another film making its world premiere - the experimental shocker Théorie de la Religion.
The makers of Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, Jon Knautz and Trevor Matthews, have a new film playing at the Fantasia Film Festival 2010 called The Shrine, and we've scored ourselves some stills full of things going horribly awry!
The UK's most amazing horror film festival Film4 FrightFest has released what could very well be another one of the best horror line-ups we've seen ever for its latest show taking place from Thursday the 26th of August to Monday the 30th of August, brimming with films we've been salivating over Stateside!
The line-up for the sixth annual Fantastic Fest (September 23-30) in Austin, Texas, is still coming together, but the powers-that-be have provided a few highlights of the exciting things to come in this year's program, and we already can't wait for the fall season!
The New York Asian Film Festival is set to light the tiny island of Manhattan aflame with a hefty selection of mind blowing Asian films you won’t see anywhere else this June 25th to July 8th, and we've got the skinny on what to expect!
Indie psychological thriller The Quiet Ones will be premiering on the film festival circuit next weekend, June 6th at 8pm to be exact, at the Hoboken International Film Festival. We've got a look at the trailer, poster, and some screengrabs along with an exclusive production still.
With Year 2 of Manchester, England's premier horror film festival, Grimm Up North, officially confirmed for Halloween weekend, they are now open for film submissions and, in addition, have announced a new location for the 2010 event.
In Dread Central's effort to promote independent horror, have we got the goods on a great horror film festival in Las Vegas! From May 12-16th Sci-Fi Center at 2520 State Street, Las Vegas, NV 89109, will be hosting The Polly Staffle Grindhouse Fest (aka PollyGrind), which includes 30 different films with five world premieres, seven Las Vegas premieres, and one U.S. premiere. There will also be a ton of music videos and trailers and more horror-related goods for you to feast your eyes on.
The Horror Society has announced another Women of Horror Film Festival will be held this coming May 1st in Chicago, and their goal for this festival is to show the female side of the horror genre in a way that most horror fans may not be familiar with. Read on for more details!