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Official Ragnarok Trailer Rampages In

The official trailer for the Norwegian flick Ragnarok has arrived, and we have every fantasy-strewn pixel of it right here for you. Check it out and look for more on this one soon!

Stills Give Us First Look at Calvaire Director's Alleluia

It was just about four years ago that we first told you about Alleluia, the latest film from the man behind the French horror flicks Calvaire and Vinyan. At long last, some stills have finally surfaced, leading us to believe that it won't be long before this one enters our lives. Check 'em out!

International One-Sheet Spied Through Open Windows

After its world premiere at SXSW, Nacho Vigalondo's Open Windows was picked up for distribution here in the States, courtesy of Cinedigm. Read on to check out a bit of International artwork for the flick courtesy of El Séptimo Arte.

Check out New Posters and the First Five Minutes of Witching and Bitching

This Friday marks IFC Midnight's theatrical and VOD release of Alex de la Iglesia's Witching and Bitching (review), which promises to be one of the most batshit crazy experiences any of us have ever witnessed.

Demons Emerge From New Rigor Mortis Clip

Well Go USA has released another clip from Juno Mak's Hong Kong vampire flick Rigor Mortis, and right now we have it for you complete with a suicide attempt and other ghastly happenings. Check it out!

New Rigor Mortis Clip Reveals a Horror Filled Hallway

Another clip from Juno Mak's Hong Kong vampire flick Rigor Mortis has come our way courtesy of Well Go USA, and it cries out for a clean-up crew wearing the most protective gear that they possibly could. Somebody made one hell of a mess!

Top 5 Foreign Vampire Films

We love our vampires. There is no denying that. And whether they be the frilly shirt wearing kind or the pointy toothed Alaskan invaders, whatever form they come in, we eat them right up (pun definitely intended). In celebration of the VOD and limited theatrical release of the Hong Kong vampire flick Rigor Mortis, we bring you the Top 5 Foreign Vampire Films.

CONTEST CLOSED! Win a Chance to Play Hide and Seek on DVD!

The South Korean thriller Hide and Seek became the seventh local film to reach the 5 million admissions mark last year in its homeland. Now it's on its way to US home video, and we've got your chance to score a copy on us!

Exclusive Rigor Mortis Clip Is Pretty Grim

On tap right now we have an exclusive clip from Juno Mak's Hong Kong vampire flick Rigor Mortis courtesy of Well Go USA, and it's bound to bring a great dosage of grim to your otherwise happy weekend. Check it out!

A Foreign Aura Lights Up Your Screen

On tap right now is your first look at Zsolt Bernáth's foreign flick Aura, starring Szénási Bálint, Szénási Kristóf, and Kapócs Panka. Once you're done trying to figure out how to sound out those names, check out the trailer, stills, and artwork.

Faceless Internation Trailer for Damned Love (Maldito Amor)

Another trailer is here for the Chilean slasher flick Damned Love (Maldito Amor) and we are super stoked to unwrap this latest sliver of eye candy for the romantic comedy meets 70's Italian Giallo flick with a dash of 80's American slasher!

Dead Shadows (Blu-ray / DVD)

Starring Amber Sajben, B On The Rocks, Rachael Blackwood, Jake Brown, Kat Anderson Directed by Daniel Armstrong

CONTEST CLOSED! Win a House in the Alley DVD from Scream Factory

On May 27th, perennial fan pleaser Scream Factory releases in the US the first horror film from Vietnam, titled House in the Alley. To celebrate, Scream Factory is sponsoring another giveaway contest. This time a total of three House in the Alley DVDs will be given to a trio of winners.

New Images Arrive to Lead Me Astray

A new Australian feature film written and directed by indie filmmaker Tom Danger is on its way and we have a look at the first set of stills for you cats. The film, entitled Lead Me Astray, was produced on a budget of less than $10,000. Nifty! Check 'em out!

Murder Drome (UK DVD)

Starring Amber Sajben, B On The Rocks, Rachael Blackwood, Jake Brown, Kat Anderson Directed by Daniel Armstrong