Take a little bit of Slither and add a heaping helping of silly slapstick humor that makes you wonder if the people of Thailand revere Jim Varney the way the French worship at the altar of Jerry Lewis and you get the slimey monster comedy Cool Gel Attacks.
More horror goodness coming out of the land of love and fine wine (which sort of makes up for the chicks who don't use deordorant or shave under their arms). Know your boundaries and get ready for your first look at Territories. The film is directed by Olivier Abbou and produced by the same loonies who brought us The Horde. Check out the images and the plot crunch below.
One flick that has the proverbial halls buzzing at AFM is Olli Saarel's uber-creepy looking Priest of Evil. We've got the goods on it for you including the plot crunch, a new trailer, and artwork! Dig it! Look for more on this one we're sure very soon! Synopsis
Yep, there's nothing like paintball related horror, is there not? I mean what could possibly be more terrifying then real life violence erupting during a splattery good paint flying extravaganza? Okay, so we can think of a lot of things, but hey, dig on these new stills.
J-Horror, for better or worse, is still alive and kicking, and if anyone has a chance to breathe some life into the films coming out of the Far East, it's legendary director Hideo Nakata.
Holy shit! Believe your eyes, people! It's a news story that doesn't have ANYTHING to do with AFM! Amazing, right? The official Japanese one-sheet for the first international Paranormal Activity sequel, dubbed Paranormal Activity: Tokyo Night, is here for you to dig on!
There's no doubt about it; Andre Ovreda's Troll Hunter looks all kinds of "Holy shit"! And while we wait patiently for Magnet to release the original film here in the States, there are already whispers of a remake floating around tinsel town.
After about a year on the festival circuit, which included quite the ruckus at Cannes, Franck Richard's debut feature The Pack (La Meute) has at last secured domestic distribution. Indomina Releasing has acquired the film, but as of yet no release plans have been announced. Stay tuned for the wheres and the whens.
We live in a world in which Catholics, Muslims, Jews, etc., are constantly at odds, leading one to wonder why we can't just have one universal belief, say ... Cthulhuism! The elder god has enough arms to hold everyone tightly in his cradle of fear and love, does he not?
IFC continues to flex its genre muscle with the IFC Midnight series of films, its most recent acquisition being Pang Ho-cheung's splattery good flick Dream Home. Look for more on when you can expect to see it soon. In the interim how about some EXTREMELY not safe for work stills? Synopsis:
On the hunt for more news about the feral Santa flick Rare Exports? We've got a striking new image and a list of premiere dates for the flick that'll separate the naughty from the nice! That's right, kids! Break out the eggnog and pack heavy on the weapons because fans in the following areas will be getting a chance to see this quirky new flick theatrically in the following cities:
With Los Angeles’ venerated Screamfest L.A. running this October 8-17 at the Mann’s 6 in Hollywood, CA, we thought it time to catch up with some of the filmmakers whose horrific entries will be screening at Rachel Belofsky’s tenth annual film festival of all things horrific.
Magnet Releasing, genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, announced today that it has acquired world rights (excluding Europe) to writer/director André Ovredal’s docu-style horror flick.
Tired of waiting for Gorgo to return? The British aren't, not in Waiting for Gorgo, a 15-minute short film that pays tribute to the 1961 British Godzilla knock-off while using the conventional trappings of a giant monster movie to satirize the bureaucracy of the British Civil Service.
Another terrifying horror import has hit VOD courtesy of IFC Midnight and we've got the plot crunch and trailer for Federico Zampaglione's Shadow! Dig it!