I Saw the Devil
You would think that after the shit reviews of Oldboy, maybe someone would realize there are just certain foreign films that shouldn't be remade. Still, humanity is doomed to repeat past mistakes because we never learn. Next up on the remake block...
The Mile High Horror Film Festival is taking place October 7th-9th in Denver, Colorado, and the lineup is now complete along with the list of local Colorado artists that specialize in the horror genre who will be special guests of the fest. Read on for the details!
One of the best damned horror movies of the year is getting set to make its home video debut on Blu-ray and DVD courtesy of the wonderful loonies at Magnet, and we've got all the details you need to properly gear up for revenge! From the Press Release
Ring the dinner bell because Dinner For Fiends is back for a jam-packed feature length episode filled with everything from thoughtful to heated discussion.
One of the best damned horror movies this year, I Saw the Devil, is now playing in limited theatrical release via Magnet, and we've gotten our claws into another clip from the psycho revenge tale for you!
I Saw the Devil (Akmareul boatda) is an epic, violent, serial killer film about the price of seeking revenge. At over 2 hours long, the audience is asked to endure extreme emotional and visual content— mutilations, rape, and cannibalism just to name a few. And director Kim Jee-Woon wouldn’t have wanted it any other way.
With I Saw the Devil hitting limited theatres and VOD this Friday courtesy of Magnet, a new clip from the flick has debuted online that's guaranteed to have anyone with a penis squirming.
Ready for some Far East action from the critically acclaimed film I Saw the Devil? Yeah, we figured you might be so, without any further ado, dig on the latest TV spot!
A new red band trailer has arrived for the highly acclaimed film I Saw the Devil and as always you can find it right here!
More eye candy has come our way for the highly acclaimed film I Saw the Devil, and as always we're here to dole out the goodies one pixel at a time.
In the New York City area? Looking to catch up on some big time genre releases early? Then, brothers and sisters, do we have some news for you! From the Press Release
Reviewed by Kalebson Starring Byung-hun Lee, Min-sik Choi, Gook-hwan Jeon Directed by Ji-woon Kim
The 2011 Sundance Film Festival is finally in the can. Of course we were live on the scene to bring you the skinny on everything you missed including a myriad of pictures from the protest of Kevin Smith's Red State, tons of Q&A's, video of a guy flipping out after Lucky McKee's The Woman, and a host of delicious reviews, all of which we have now assembled in one gore-soaked place!
As mentioned in another story today that debuted some early images from the horror anthology Little Deaths, the Film 4 FrightFest Weekend as part of the Glasgow Film Festival is upon us, and we've got the full lineup of films our friends in the UK get to feast upon on Friday, Feb. 25th, and Saturday, Feb. 26th.