Official Artwork Unveiled for Cannibal Diner's Uncut DVD Release

We've been talking about Cannibal Diner, directed by Frank Montag from a screenplay by Mario von Czapiewski, for quite some time; and now that the flick is closing in on a DVD release, we finally have a look at the official artwork.

Uncut Cannibal Diner Heading to North American DVD this October

If you've been following the progress of Cannibal Diner, directed by Frank Montag from a screenplay by Mario von Czapiewski, then you'll be happy to hear the film has finally landed North American distro. Read on for the details.

New Cannibal Diner Trailer Added to Your Horror Menu

It's been almost half a year since we've heard anything out of the Cannibal Diner camp, but with patience comes reward, and we now have a look at the English subtitled menu for you hungry cats. Dig in!

Exclusive Early Look at the New Cannibal Diner Teaser Featuring Shock Rocker Demon Boy

A new teaser video has arrived for German director Frank W. Montag's Cannibal Diner, and this one has something special as it's introduced by American shock rocker Demon Boy and includes a bit of the song his band contributed to the film's soundtrack.

New Trailer That's as Hot as Hell

The official trailer for the indie flick Hell, produced by Roland Emmerich, is here and it's a scorcher. What better way could there be to get you through hump day than by engaging in some post-apocalyptic shenanigans?

Roland Emmerich Unleashes Hell this August

If you're like us, you're somewhat curious to see what Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, 2012, The Day After Tomorrow) can do as a small-scale producer. We'll be finding out soon enough as his low-budget apocalyptic tale Hell (Bright) is coming at us this summer.

Motion Picture Purgatory: The Burning Moon

Ah, Thursday! The day Trembles sends over his Motion Picture Purgatory reviews is always filled with mystery. What will he come up with next? Well, this week it's German gorehound director Olaf Ittenbach's The Burning Moon from 1997.

Matthias Olof Eich Returns with Cerusit

Indie director Matthias Olof Eich, who brought us Break in 2009, plans on a grand return next year with the release of his upcoming Cerusit, on which filming is currently under way.

CONTEST CLOSED! UK Readers: Go Deeper to Win an Urban Explorers Blu-ray!

When will people ever learn that heading off into creepy, abandoned locations unprepared for the worst never ends in anything but unmitigated terror? Thankfully for us, the answer would appear to be “never”!

International Teaser Arrives for Cannibal Diner

Just the other day we got the first word on Cannibal Diner from German director Frank W. Montag, and now already there's an international teaser available for viewing. Check it out right here!

Stop and Have a Bite at the Cannibal Diner

We never know what's going to land in our inbox here at DC. Case in point: info on Cannibal Diner from German director Frank W. Montag, which is currently in the editing stage. Check out the film's trailer, poster, and a few stills.

Arc Entertainment Goes to Hell with Roland Emmerich

Curious to see what Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, 2012, The Day After Tomorrow) can do small scale? Well then, you'll be happy to hear that his low-budget apocalyptic tale Hell has been acquired for U.S. release through Arc Entertainment later this year.

Screamfest LA 2011: Filmmaker Andy Fetscher Talks Urban Explorer Premiere

With Screamfest LA running Friday, October 14th, through Saturday, the 22nd, at Manns Chinese 6 in Hollywood, CA (at Hollywood & Highland, buy tickets here), we chatted with Urban Explorer filmmaker Andy Fetscher regarding his tense gore-fest, which is set for its West Coast premiere on Tuesday, October 18th at 10pm. Read on for his comments as well as exclusive stills.

Urban Explorer (2011)

Starring Nathalie Kelley, Nick Eversman, Klaus Stiglmeier, Max Riemelt Directed by Andy Fetscher

Trailer for Tim Fehlbaum's Hell Now Has Subtitles

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.