I don't think we've done two stories coming out of Denmark in the same day ever! Okay first the Danes get that totally badass looking Alien Anthology box set, and now Danish filmmakers have released a really nifty trailer featuring the living dead on the loose in a movie called Opstandelsen.
The word wow stopped cutting it around three point five seconds after I saw the packaging for the upcoming Danish release of the Alien Anthology on to Blu-ray. I think I may have even peed a little. Yes, there's a spot. There's a distinct wet spot. Oh my.
Is anybody really still watching J-horror anymore? I don't know about you guys, but we've pretty much had our fill of spooky little girls dressed in white with long black hair. Even our own Andrew Kasch only gets a half a chub when a new Japanese flick comes out, and that's really saying something!
Okay. We're really starting to wonder just when we're going to see a trailer for Wai dor lei ah yut ho (Dream Home) that offers a bit more incentive for slasher fans to tune in. So far we've gotten pretty much nothing, but we're still hoping. Check out the latest trailer, and tell us what you think!
Aliens. Ninjas. Violence. Who could ask for anything more? Well, maybe a quick anal probe, but that really depends on how frisky we're feeling. Get ready to feast your eyes on some good old fashioned chopsockey lunacy!
The title is one we've heard a few times before for various other projects, but even so director Antoine Blossier's debut feature Proie (Prey) sounds promising. It's currently in post-production with an anticipated release date in its home country of France later this year.
Things slithering out of Thailand labeled The Intruder can bring many dirty things to mind, but rest assured we're talking straight up horror here of the fanged variety! There's a new giant snake film on the block, and this scaly bastard is pissed off! Check out the plot crunch and the trailer for The Intruder below. Look for more soon. Synopsis
If the concept trailer for the upcoming Danish film Warren Lich is any indication, the name Shaun Rana is one we'll be hearing a lot more of in the coming weeks and months.
We just got our hands on the new trailer for Mara, a psychological horror-thriller from Sweden that's home to hot babes and supernatural elements. What more could you want?!?
While Indian horror is hardly a new concept (hell, they even remade A Nightmare on Elm Street before Platinum Dunes did), today's news affirms that you Bollywood enthusiasts have plenty of Indian horror to look forward to over the next few years!
The Asian Film Awards turned four years old in 2010, continuing its mission of bringing together the best cinematic talents of Asia. South Korea was the big winner this year with six awards, and Bong Joon-ho's Mother led the pack with three wins of its own.
Move over, Syfy. German television is treading on your nature gone amok territory. Recent years have seen made-for-German-TV movies about killer sharks and birds and tornadoes and other natural disasters. These films have slowly been making their way our way. The latest is Killer Swarm, coming to US DVD in June.
One film that will be making its Stateside debut at this year's Tribeca Film Festival in New York City is the new South Korean horror flick Possessed (The Living Death), and we've got a clip and the trailer for you. Well, what else did you expect? That's what the headlines says doesn't it. Wow. I think I just broke the fourth wall, man.
More Mexican horror is coming our way (and we're totally cool with that considering how much domestic horror has been on the lackluster side of the fence lately) in the form of a cannibal tale called We Are What We Are (or Somos Lo Que Hay). Hungry for some stills? Dig in!
Die a Violent Death. Now that's what we call a great film title! But will this new Thai anthology film live up to its promise of gore and mayhem? We've got a look at the English subtitled trailer to whet the old whistle!