A new clip for Ragnarok (now available on iTunes and On Demand) has arrived via Magnolia Pictures/Magnet Releasing, and we have it for you right here. Seems like we've been talking about this one forever, no?
RAM Releasing, the genre shingle of Film Movement, is releasing Korean director Kim Ki-Duk's Moebius in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago throughout August with a nationwide cable and digital VOD rollout on August 29th. Right now we have a NSFW clip and a contest for you.
The Mo Brothers' latest blood-soaked slice of mayhem, Killers, hits UK DVD and Blu-ray on September 1; and to celebrate we have a rather gruesome new NSFW clip to get the fires burning. Seriously – this one brings the pain!
On tap right now we have the official trailer for Nacho Vigalondo's Open Windows, which was picked up for distribution here in the States courtesy of Cinedigm. Read on to check it out.
Ragnarok debuted this past Friday on iTunes, On Demand, and in limited theatres; and Magnolia Pictures/Magnet Releasing want to make sure it stays on your radar so to kick off the work week, we have another clip and a quick promo spot for the flick.
With Ragnarok available TODAY via iTunes, On Demand, and in limited theatres, Magnolia Pictures/Magnet Releasing have unveiled a new clip from the film, in which archeologists unlock the code that leads to one of the biggest secrets in history.
Though Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo's 2011 film Livide (review) hasn't yet been released here in the States, an American remake is nevertheless in some form of development.
We told you a month ago that the hotly anticipated new film from Macabre directing duo Kimo Stamboel and Timo Tjahjanto (aka The Mo Brothers), Killers, had theatrical and DVD/Blu-ray release dates in the UK; and right now we have new stills and a trailer for you to chew on!
On tap right now is the first trailer for The House at the End of Time, aka La Casa Del Fin de Los Tiempos, and if you like your horror more creepy than action-packed, this is bound to be in your wheelhouse.
We don't have a lot of info on this one, but following its premiere earlier this month at South Korea's Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival, some sales art and early details have landed in our inbox for Camera.
Plenty of movies here in the States have of course been inspired by allegedly true paranormal events, from The Amityville Horror to The Conjuring.
You're pregnant with twins, your feet hurt, it looks like you're harboring a medicine ball under your shirt, and pretty soon you're gonna have to try to squeeze a watermelon through a straw. Yep, that sucks, but in the end we hear it's worth it. But sometimes families aren't so lucky.
Monster movies are monster movies in any language. While we wait for an English subtitled version of the trailer for Danny's Dommedag ((Danny's Doomsday), you can now sit back, relax, and check out the first stills and international goodies right here. Yep, we're interested!