We know it's short notice, but if you've been thinking about checking out David Guy Levy's Would You Rather, starring Brittany Snow, Sasha Grey, Jeffrey Combs, and John Heard, we've got your hookup right here!
Some people like to be enveloped in tentacles and suffocated. Who are we to judge? In any event a second trailer for the drunken sensation that is Grabbers (review here) has arrived. IFC Films will be releasing the monster comedy in theaters and VOD later this year.
Our friends over at Empire Online just scored themselves a look at the UK quad one-sheet for Rodney Ascher's experimental documentary about Stanley Kubrick's The Shining called Room 237, and we have it for you here!
Exclusive time! Right now on tap for you we have the official poster premiere for IFC Midnight's latest terror tale, Crowsnest, on IFC Midnight VOD + Digital Outlets (iTunes, Amazon Streaming, PS3, XBOX, SundanceNOW) September 7th, with select midnight theatrical engagements starting at the IFC Center in NYC.
Rodney Ascher's experimental documentary Room 237, which explores numerous theories about the real meaning of Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, is getting set to play the Toronto International Film Festival and we have some new stills. Well, sort of.
The first trailer for the drunken sensation that is Grabbers (review here) has arrived. IFC Films will be releasing the monster comedy in theaters and VOD later this year (it’s dated for August 10th in the UK – still looking into the US release).
Great news for those of you out there ready to get punch drunk and fend off creatures! IFC Films has taken the U.S. distribution rights to the sensation that is Grabbers (review here) and will be releasing the flick via VOD, in theatres, and on DVD later this year! Drink up!
A brand new trailer and sort of new poster have made their way online in support of Evan Kelly's Canadian horror flick The Corridor. Check it out, and look for the flick on March 30th via IFC Midnight.
Unfortunately, one Sundance 2012 film that we didn't get a chance to see and review was Rodney Ascher's experimental documentary Room 237, which explores numerous theories about the real meaning of Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, but thankfully IFC Films is about to make up for it.
Oh happy day! IFC Midnight is gearing up to release the stellar A Lonely Place to Die (which showed up on a few of our year-end "Best of 2011" lists) on both DVD and Blu-ray on March 20th, 2012, and though no specs are available, we do have the official artwork right here waiting for you. Dig it!
We recently had the chance to check out Julian Gilbey's A Lonely Place to Die On Demand thanks to IFC Films, and let us tell you right now that it's one of the best, most suspenseful horror thrillers of the year. Don't believe us? Check out this new clip from the film.
Good news for those of you out there looking forward to Evan Kelly's Canadian horror flick The Corridor... IFC Films has nabbed the distro rights so you'll be digging on this spacey little creepfest before ya know it!
Talk about starting the year off with a bang! That's exactly what's going to happen as IFC is poised to bring the stellar new flick The Kill List to to pre-theatrical VOD on January 4th, 2012. The film will also kick off the Film Society Lincoln Center's Scary Movies Festival, playing at the Walter Reade Theater Thursday, October 27th, at 9:15 pm.