Manuel Carballo brought us a decent little flick about demonic possession in Exorcismus and now he's looking to dole out even more spooky goodness via the living dead.
Some fresh eye candy with a touch of international flavor has surfaced for Filmax International's release of Miguel Angel Vivas' home invasion thriller Kidnapped, and we have it for you right here with a side of jalapeno!
Filmax's Exorcismus is available now countrywide on VOD, and to prime you to watch the devil do his thing, we've got three new clips for you to dig on!
Exorcismus: The Possession of Emma Evans is available right now on VOD, and to celebrate the film's debut, a naughty little clip has surfaced online! Special theatrical engagements will take place: 1/14 @ the Grandview - Columbus, OH 1/21 @ the Burton - Detroit, MI 2/4 @ the Sunset 5 in LA + the Music Box in Chicago
This month the devil will make her do it On Demand (man, that sounds all kinds of dirty) when Filmax's The Possession of Emma Evans aka Exorcismus debuts on VOD courtesy of IFC Midnight. To usher in the movie's arrival we have an exclusive trailer debut that's riddled with never before seen footage!
The holidays are just a couple of days away, and what better way to be thankful for the birth of Christ (you know, that overlooked detail of the season) than with clips of a chick being tortured by demons?
I think we've actually lost count regarding just how many one-sheets have already appeared for Exorcismus or, as it's also known, The Possession of Emma Evans. Well, screw it! Here's another! Look for more on the film directed by Manuel Carballo and starring Tommy Bastow, Sophie Vavasseur, Richard Felix, Douglas Bradley, and Stephen Billington soon. Synopsis
Opening this December in Spain is the long talked about flick Exorcismus, aka The Possession of Emma Evans, and we've got some new artwork and even some crazy ass exorcism stills! Consider yourselves compelled! Look for more on the film directed by Manuel Carballo and starring Tommy Bastow, Sophie Vavasseur, Richard Felix, Douglas Bradley, and Stephen Billington soon.
With Lionsgate's The Last Exorcism getting all the devil's due this weekend, Filmax International took the time to release the trailer for its own possession based flick, Exorcismus, aka The Possession of Emma Evans. Carpe diem!
A new international one-sheet and trailer have crept online today for Filmax International's latest bit of cinéma-vérité style terror, The Possession of Emma Evans (formerly known as Exorcismus), and we've got the goods for you!
Some good old fashioned home invasion inspired terror is coming our way courtesy of Miguel Ángel Vivas' newest movie for Filmax called Kidnapped, and to celebrate the carnage to come, the first stills from the movie have found their way online.
With Cannes approaching fast, all sorts of goodies have begun trickling their way in! First out of the gate is some snazzy new sales art for Exorcismus, which has been compelled by the dullard devil to be retitled to The Possession of Emma Evans.
Filmax International announced today that they have retitled the next film from Jaume Balagueró (the [REC] franchise) from Flatmate to something a bit more ominous sounding -- Sleep Tight. Luís Tosar ( Cell 211 and dozens of other Spanish films) top-lines the flick. Check out the synopsis and early artwork below, and look for more soon!
With American horror flipping around like a fish out of water and gasping for air lately, it's good that someone somewhere is getting things right. Sadly original horror films aren't exactly in abundance here anymore. Thank god for the option to import!