Another horror import has raised its hopefully frightening head today, this time coming all the way from the Netherlands. Get ready for the new thriller Two Eyes Staring, or Zwart Water for you purists out there who don't mind being worldly!
Further filling out its horror library, IFC's new genre label, IFC Midnight, has just acquired the rights to bring Mexican cannibals into our homes! Take THAT, Arizona!
IFC's new horror label, IFC Midnight, has scored another flick to fill out its ever growing library of genre titles -- Antoine Blossier's debut feature Proie (Prey).
The US had its Dawn. The UK had Shaun. Now Cuba has ... Juan? Yes, you read that right, kids! The hottest import coming out of Cuba next to cigars will be a little zombie flick called Juan of the Dead, and we've got a few details for you!
One flick causing quite a stir at this year's Cannes Film Festival is Franck Richard's debut feature The Pack (La Meute). Looks as if the public is going to have to wait a while longer for their first glimpse of monster-filled goodness!
IFC Films has just announced its slate for this summer's IFC Midnight, and as expected, it's packing quite a punch for fans looking for some badass off-the-grid type horror!
We've been talking about Franck Richard's The Pack, or La Meute for you purists out there, for a couple of years now; and finally, FINALLY, the first footage has hit this crazy thing called the Interwebs!
Got an email from tipster Avery about a new French TV killer bee movie called Panique!, and after viewing the trailer, I still don't quite know what to make of it.
Finally the trailer has come for the latest cannibal flick out of Mexico, We Are What We Are. Pull up a chair, tuck in your bib, and get set to ingest your meat super rare!
With Nazi zombies being everyone's go to villain nowadays, it's only fair that the country that spawned the master evil race take its own crack at delivering some undead mayhem! Board up the windows! It's time for Rammbock!
If you listened to the last Foycast, you heard me do a dramatic reading of pages from the book Crabs on the Rampage. While the world still awaits a feature film version, we can enjoy plenty of rampaging stop-motion crab action in the six-minute tongue-in-cheek French short film "King Crab Attack".
If there's one thing I know for sure, it's that the Japanese love their biomechanical women! Subway Cinema (creator of the NY Asian Film Festival) is also aware of this fact and strives to bring these borderline psychotic movies to the States in the spirit of cultural exchange. To that end, May 18th sees the coming of RoboGeisha!
Ah, Italy! Where have your horror films gone? You used to be one of our chief exporters of all things insane, but lately all we get is a trickle of blood here, a slice of flesh there ... Hopefully, things are about to get back on track.
With American horror flipping around like a fish out of water and gasping for air lately, it's good that someone somewhere is getting things right. Sadly original horror films aren't exactly in abundance here anymore. Thank god for the option to import!