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SXSW 2012 Exclusive Interview: Juan Carlos Fresnadillo Talks Intruders, Updates on Bioshock, and More

To follow up his successful 2007 sequel 28 Weeks Later, filmmaker Juan Carlos Fresnadillo is introducing genre fans to a new "face" of horror: Hollow Face, the evil force who haunts and terrorizes children (and Clive Owen) in supernatural thriller Intruders.

Intruders (2012)

Starring Clive Owen, Carice Van Houten, Pilar López De Ayala, Daniel Brühl, Kerry Fox, Héctor Alterio Directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo

Five Spooky New Clips from Intruders

On March 30th the new film from Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, Intruders (review here), will be hitting theatres across the U.S., and we've nailed down five clips for you cats.

Hugh Jackman Becomes One of the Prisoners

Hugh Jackman has been locked to take the lead in the upcoming thriller Prisoners, directed by Denis Villeneuve (Incendies) and written by Aaron Guzikowski (Contraband).

Stare Down Hollow Face in this Badass Comic-Style Poster for Intruders

On March 30th the new film from Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, Intruders (review here), will be hitting theatres across the U.S., and to celebrate its arrival, a cool new one-sheet designed by Jacen Burrows has landed at our doors.

Sink Your Teeth into the Trailer for Chiller's Ghoul

The first trailer for the Chiller TV adaptation of Brian Keene's Ghoul has arrived online, and we have it for you right here free of any gristle that could get lodged in between your teeth!

2nd Annual Mass Indie Film Fest Call for Entries Now Open

You may have noticed a lot of short films on the site lately. That's because we love supporting indie filmmakers. If you're one of them and have a project of your own, you might want to submit it to the Massachusetts Independent Film Fest, which has opened its Call for Entries.

Another Downside to that Whole "Movie Theaters Going All Digital" Thing

I love experiencing films in 35mm. While I have a fairly extensive Blu-ray/DVD collection, there's something magical about seeing movies on the big screen projected ON film. It's the reason I still drive to archival theaters to see revivals of old favorites. There's simply nothing like it.

SXSW 2012: New Trailer for Intruders Hollows Out You Fears

Had enough new videos today? No? Well, good! You'll be happy to hear then that we have yet another for you! This one is coming from the fine folks behind Intruders (review here), which will be headed to the SXSW Film Festival and then in select theatres on March 30th!

Exclusive: Theatrical One-Sheet for Intruders

Millennium Entertainment will be releasing Intruders (review here) on March 30th, 2012, and to get you geared up for the flick, we're happy to debut the official theatrical one-sheet. Check it out!

Slamdance 2012 - Chiller's Ghoul Gets a Release Date

Having already premiered at the Slamdance 2012 Film Festival, which is happening opposite Sundance, Chiller TV's next original production, Brian Keene's Ghoul, has landed itself a release date! Read on!

Slamdance 2012 - Chiller's Ghoul Heads to Slamdance

Another horror flick has joined Park City, Utah's other big cinema-driven attraction, Slamdance 2012, beefing up their slim horror category just a bit: Chiller TV's original film Ghoul.

Smoldering New International One-Sheet for Intruders

A pretty bitchin' new one-sheet for Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's latest film, Intruders, has arrived online, and we have every fiery pixel of it right here free on any air pollutants.

Schedule Finalized for Hudson Horror Show IV: A December To Dismember

For those fans in the New York area who are planning on attending this weekend's Hudson Horror Show IV: A December to Dismember on December 3rd, the film schedule has been finalized; and it is packed with classic, old school horror! Check it out.

Hudson Horror Show IV Brings Old School Terror on December 3rd

New Yorkers, we've got a film festival that you're going to love! On December 3rd The Silver Cinema in Poughkeepsie, NY, will play host to a day of classic old school horror blended with some seriously obscure offerings. This is the Hudson Horror Show.