Shouf! Shouf! Let it all ouf! These are the things we can do withouf! Come on! I'm talking to you, so come on. Sorry, got carried away there. No, this new indie flick has nothing to do with the band Tears for Fears although its makers hope to bring you to tears with their funny fears.
And rounding out our extensive news coverage of the Cannes Film Festival, some last minute news has come in regarding the latest serial killer flick, Snowtown. Get your boots on! You may be headed there quicker than you think!
Remember Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park? Well, in case you missed it, the new Korean horror film White is kind of like that only nowhere near as cool. Still, it is home to hot Asian chicks, and you really can't go wrong there.
For over a decade now some of the horror genre's most frightening films have clawed their way to American shores from Asia. Now it looks as if the good folks in the Far East are looking to send some laughs our way, too.
It's no secret. Out in the Far East they're big on getting even. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a movie about one man's quest for revenge for a movie about one man's quest for revenge. Yep, time for more killer acts of mayhem.
A new one-sheet for Image Entertainment's recently acquired Israeli slasher flick, Rabies aka Kalevet, has hit online and we have it for you right here - free of all that nasty foaming at the mouth stuff.
Yeah, man. It's time to like, you know, dig on the ... what? Yeah, that's cool. Especially if you're lookin' to ... huh? Oh yeah, right on! All that red. It's like all swirly and stuff. Can you dig it? The teaser trailer for One Way Trip 3D. Yeah, man, that.
You can't say we didn't warn you there'd be some more distribution news coming out of the Cannes Film Festival. The latest tidbit is that Magnet Releasing (the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures) has picked up US rights and Mongrel Media has acquired Canada from XYZ Pictures to Panos Cosmatos’ sci-fi thriller Beyond the Black Rainbow.
And the foreign horror keeps coming on strong with one of the latest entries from France, Behind the Walls (or Derrière les murs), debuting a new trailer. Of course the film will be in 3D, but for now we won't hold that against it.
Fresh off of its successful run at Tribeca, the Israeli slasher flick Kalevet (aka Rabies) has found itself some distribution at Cannes! Read on for the details, and when you're done, be sure to go and get a rabies shot. Yeah it hurts, but you don't want this kind of thing to spread!
I’ve heard about Koreans eating dogs, but I’ve never heard about Koreans being haunted by cats. That’s about to change thanks to the new South Korean feline spookfest Cat. Daum Movies released the first artwork for Cat, which opens in Korean theaters this summer. Here’s the synopsis.
You want good artwork? You've got good artwork! I am referring of course to the new sliver of sales art that has come our way for Rupert Bryan's latest tale of terror set in the British countryside, The Hike. Please give us this now, thanks!
Some more badass artwork for the new Swedish horror film Marianne has come slicing its path of destruction through the Dread Central offices, and we have every pixel of it right here for you to dig on!
Just days after making the announcement that they would be distributing the film, IFC Midnight has released the official trailer for indie vampire flick We Are the Night. Dig it! We Are the Night will be released theatrically in New York City on May 27th at the prestigious ReRun arthouse theater. The flick will also be available nationwide on video-on-demand beginning May 25th.