Available right now on DVD is director Sion Sono's Cold Fish (review here), and to celebrate the flick's arrival, we've scored you an exclusive interview clip with the man himself! Dig it!
Oh, Japan. We love your resiliency in the face of tragedy. We love your strange fascination with tentacles, and most of all we love your nothing short of outrageous films. Yet another monster-filled tale is on its way from the Far East, and we've got your first look at Kaibutsu-Kun right here!
We saw the full international for the Roland Emmerich produced post-apocalyptic thriller Hell a few weeks ago, but now a version with English subtitles has hit YouTube. Check it out, and let us know what you think now that you can better tell what's going on.
Indomina has released some brand new imagery from Franck Richard's The Pack (La Meute), which will be hitting U.S. shores on September 27th, and we've got the goods for you right here!
Time to add a bit of international flavor to your Tuesday with the trailer debut of Game of Werewolves. Sadly, however, if you don't habla español, you're kind of out of luck and will have to settle for looking at all the pretty pictures.
Thus far we've seen many a cool one-sheet for One Way Trip 3D, and now a couple of new stills have emerged that showcase some action. We like action. Action is good. For more check out the official One Way Trip Facebook page! Synopsis
Asian horror has been delivering the goosebumps Stateside for quite some time now, and just when we think we're about sick of it, along comes a trailer for a new film that leaves us hungry for more.
To make a good monster nowadays, you have to do one of two things ... either show the audience something it hasn't seen before or throw a guy in a rubber suit and have him stomp a city. Sector 7 opts to bring us a new creature that looks kind of like what you'd get if Leviathan starting mating with lobsters.
The official website for Gothic Productions International's Darkest Night is now open, and along with that news the filmmakers forwarded to us the trailer, a quartet of new stills, and another poster for the flick.
Sion Sono's Cold Fish recently screened during the 2011 Fantasia Film Festival, and our own Rick Trembles was on the scene and has reported back with a review as only he can!
Zombie movies are still alive and kicking in Asia, and if you need any evidence of this fact, look no further than the badass new trailer for Zombie 108. Oh, and if anyone has any clue what happened to Zombies 1 through 107, please give us a heads-up. Thanks.
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.