Not to be confused with Harpoon: Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre (which incidentally is still the greatest film title ever), China has its own special breed of Harpoon killer looking to slash his way into your hearts via a trident of all things! That's right, kids! A trident! Don't think we've seen that before, but holy shit, does it have us intrigued.
You know, I've never really been a big fan of the Olympics. I respect what they stand for and marvel at the prowess of each country's athletes; yet, I can't help but be bored despite the spectacle of the event. Throw in some flesh-hungry zombies? Okay, now you've gotten my full attention.
Suffer from Coulrophobia? Then do yourself a favor ... step back five feet from your monitor, turn around slowly and carefully, and run screaming from the room never to come back. Go ahead, we'll wait. Still with us? Good! Movierockets Entertainment is now in production on the first English speaking 3D movie out of Hungary, a horror comedy entitled Gingerclown.
If you're a fan of writer/director Sion Sono's work, you know one thing is for sure: He always seems to push the boundaries of storytelling when crafting his cinematic vision.
More eye candy coming out of the One Way Trip 3D camp as yet another new one-sheet, this time more character specific, has made its way online. Dig it! For more check out the official One Way Trip Facebook page! Synopsis
One upcoming foreign flick we've been keeping a close eye on is Swedish horror film Marianne, and thanks to Fantasia 2011, Trembles had a chance to check it out and review it, as only he can, for us. So ... what's the verdict?
Even though there's not a trace of English subtitles to be found anywhere, it's always good to sit back and dig on some cool behind-the-scenes footage from a monster movie. Case in point ... Sector 7.
The full international trailer for the Roland Emmerich produced post-apocalyptic thriller Hell is here, and it's heating up the interwebs. Sorry, no English subtitles, but you'll get the idea.
The latest Argentinian cinéma-vérité zombie flick Incident, or Incidente for you purists out there, has found itself some Stateside distribution via Raven Banner Entertainment. The film is directed by Mariano Cattaneo, and Daniel de la Vega, Ezio Massa, Andres Borghi, Juan Manuel Rodil, Dany Casco and Melisa Fernandez star.
For years Asia, the UK, and of course the States have had spectral happenings pretty much on lock-down on a cinematic level, but you can find haunted places all over the world. Case in point ... Poland. Directed by Pau Masó and starring Ewelina Lukaszewska, Pau Masó and Irene González, Haunted Poland (or
Another exclusive trailer debut has come our way, this time for the latest foreign import One Way Trip 3D, and we have it for you right here complete with subtitles so you'll know what the hell is going on for a change. Dig it! For more check out the official One Way Trip Facebook page!
We know what you're thinking ... "How did I ever live without some good old fashioned Rabbit Horror in 3D in my life?" That's a very good question. One there isn't any answer to. In any event check out the latest on Takashi Shimizu's upcoming terror tale, Rabbit Horror 3D. Rabbit Horror 3D stars Mitsushima Hikari, Teruyuki, Omori Nao, and Ogawa Tamaki.
Ready for a bit of new eye candy for a movie featuring a badass monster and hot Aussie chicks? If you said yes, get ready to take in a brand spanking new trailer for the latest import from the Outback!
Just a day or so after showing you guys the latest domestic one-sheet for Patricio Valladares' Hidden in the Woods, we've nailed down an exclusive never-before-seen still you won't find anywhere else. At least for now. Dig it!
We're convinced that there's not a single place in all of the Far East that isn't haunted. How else would you explain the throng of ghosts stories that come out of this region? What? Huh? Made up?!? This shit is real, man! Ladda Land stars Piyathida Woramusik and Saharat Sangkapreecha and is being directed by Shutter writer Sophon Sakdaphisit. Check out the goods below.