Since we've had just about every time of day for the dead, it's about time those damned flesh-eaters have their own season. First up ... a chilling new tale of undead horror called Winter of the Dead, aka Meteletsa, from (where else?) Russia. Nikolai Pigarev directs. Michael Borzenkov, Tatiana Jevnova, Julia Yudintseva, Sergei Shirochen, and Dimitri Kozhuro star.
Yet more goodies from the Swedish terror tale Gone have graced our offices, so of course it's time to share. Why? Because we dig you cats. Feast your eyes, kids!
Get ready for your first look at Sergio Luca Loreni's R.O.A.C.H.. Make sure you stick to the whole puff puff pass rule too. The last ti... Huh? Not that kind of roach? Well, hell ... you mean the bugs? No? Okay we give. What the hell is this all about? Read on for the details.
Serial killer story Snowtown, which we provided a trailer and some artwork for earlier this month, has officially joined the Critics Week (la Semaine de la Critique) lineup at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
We're still not sure if Panos Cosmatos' Beyond the Black Rainbow is more sci-fi or horror, but its description certainly seems tailored toward the genre crowd so we're happy to point our readers - especially those attending this year's Tribeca Film Festival - in its direction. Perhaps the two new stills provided to us today will shed a bit more light on the situation.
You want stills from a new flick? How does having access to thousands of them sound to you? We're talking the mother lode. Tons of eye candy. Millions of pixels to sift though. Don't have time for that? We've got a few choice ones for you right here!
Much to the delight of DC co-founder KW Low, Malaysian horror seems to be exploding all over the place lately. In fact it's as if we're coming across a new one almost every week. Next up, more cinéma vérité style chills in Seru.
You see, us? We have no plans to ever even dream of going to the Finnish Arctic Circle. It's just too friggin' cold, man. Still, what better place to send chills of another kind down the old spine? Get on your warmest clothes, folks! Dying from exposure will be the easy way out!
After stomping around at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival, Magnet plans to release the incredible Troll Hunter (review here) on the helpless masses who will no doubt fall immediately in love with the flick.
I've been saying it forever. Screw living in the woods. Screw visiting the woods. Screw walking by the woods. Screw camping. Oh, and screw everyone who even insinuates that we should head out into the woods for a weekend getaway. Bad things happen in the woods. Bad, bad things.
As we mentioned yesterday, with the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival starting on April 20th, over the next couple of days we'll be providing updated info and screening dates/times for all the genre films playing at the fest. On tap for today we have two new stills and the schedule for the Dutch film Sint (or Saint). Synopsis:
While his debut creepshow, Shadow, may have been seriously lacking in the story department, it most definitely had visual chops on par with some of Italy’s finest horror filmmakers. Now director Federico Zampaglione steps up to the plate once more with the newly announced Tulpa!
We're just a few days away from the April 20th start date of the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival so over the next week we'll be highlighting this year's genre fare and posting the screening schedules. First up is Beyond the Black Rainbow, written and directed by Panos Cosmatos, a Reagan-era fever dream inspired by hazy childhood memories of midnight movies and Saturday morning cartoons.
Finally the news has come for not only when you'll be able to see the badass new zombie flick Rammbock but also WHERE! Will the dead be shambling to a theatre near you? Read on for details.
A few weeks ago we told you about Juan Martínez Moreno's hairy new horror comedy Party of Wolves (or Lobos de Arga for you purists out there). And now today we kick off your weekend with more. Lots more. Carlos Areces, Mabel Rivera, and Secun de la Rosa all star. Check out four behind-the-scenes making-of videos (sorry not in English) below along with some new concept art!