There's not a day that goes by that we're not grateful that the MPAA has removed the stick that was lodged firmly up its ass in the Eighties and parts of the Nineties regarding horror movies. Those of you too young to remember missed some seriously dark days. Throat slashings with no blood. Chainsaw massacres without violence. It really sucked. In any event, let's put all that behind us in the interest of playing nice, shall we?
The official one-sheet for After Dark Horrorfest 4's Australian import Lake Mungo made itself a fine little splash today and we've got a quick look at it for you!
With January 29, 2010, right around the corner, the After Dark Horrorfest 4 draws closer and closer. Today they announced their seventh film to die for -- The Reeds.
Yesterday we showed you the official Horrorfest 4 poster for The Final, and today we got a peek at the one-sheet for the "political zombedy" known as ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction.
As the January 29, 2010, start date of After Dark's Horrorfest 4 draws near, we're starting to get more info in regarding some of the lesser known films such as The Final, a revenge thriller laced with blood and balls. Today comes the flick's official Horrorfest poster.
One of the bright spots of next year's After Dark Horrorfest (or should we say dark spots?) will no doubt be Anthony DiBlasi's big screen adaptation of Clive Barker's Dread (review here). Three new images from the flick surfaced tonight showing off some eye candy, and of course we got the goods for ya.
After weeks and weeks of teaser posters, a final one-sheet has surfaced for Brian Pulido's addition to the upcoming After Dark Horrorfest 4, The Graves.
The new American poster for the 2010 After Dark Horrorfest's Norwegian entry, Pål Øie's Hidden (or Skjult), was released today; and we have it for your perusal.
A new international trailer debuted online today for Anthony DiBlasi's big screen adaptation of Clive Barker's Dread and we've got it right here for you brimming with darkness and suffering.
Another one of After Dark's Eight Films to Die For made its presence known today. The news dropped over on the official Facebook Page for The Final, a revenge thriller laced with blood and balls.
Two new posters and stills for the 2010 After Dark Horrorfest's Norwegian entry, Pål Øie's Hidden (or Skjult), were released today; and we have them for you cold and spooky.
The first film to join After Dark's Horrorfest 4 lineup was writer/director Brian Pulido's The Graves, and today its new fest tie-in poster was revealed.
Just as we suspected upon first learning that ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction had been acquired by After Dark Films, it was confirmed today that the "political zombedy" is the fifth film scheduled for Horrorfest 4, After Dark's one-week nationwide film festival (aka 8 Films to Die For) that's running from January 29nd to February 4th in 2010.
Not only has ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction gotten a rating by the MPAA, but this news also yielded another interesting tidbit of info -- it seems that the self-professed political zombedy was acquired by After Dark Films. Does this mean that it will be one of the "8 Films to Die For" in this coming January's After Dark Horrorfest IV? Probably, but let's wait for the official announcement, shall we?
Two new stills for the 2010 After Dark Horrorfest's Norwegian entry, Pål Øie's Hidden (or Skjult), were released today and we have them for you cold and spooky.