In advance of The Killer Inside Me's June 18th theatrical release in New York (with a national expansion beginning June 25th), IFC Films has provided us with the official US trailer and one-sheet artwork.
We are pretty damned sure that you have heard all about the ruckus Michael Winterbottom's The Killer Inside Me caused overseas at the European Film Market due to its brutality, so to say our eyes are very focused on this flick is an understatement. Like the first clip from the film, the first official trailer is pretty tame as well.
IFC is further building out its horror/thriller brand with the latest film from director Carolyn Miller that gives us yet another reason to never pick up strangers.
Another new bit of clip related goodness and a brand new website for the Xavier Gens-produced flick by Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher, The Horde, appeared online today; and as always we've got the goods for you to dig on.
As we've done in years past, we're going to be spotlighting the horror offerings at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival, which runs from April 21st through May 2nd in New York City. First up is the uber violent and controversial The Killer Inside Me.
Starting right now you can run out and get your hands on a shiny new copy of a flick we're absolutely nuts over -- I Sell the Dead. That's right, dear readers, take your asses to the store post-haste (or order one below), and score yourself a copy of either the DVD or Blu-ray! Need more enticing? Check out our review and exclusive interviews below!
By now we've all heard the stories about the ruckus Michael Winterbottom's The Killer Inside Me caused overseas at the European Film Market due to its brutality, so to say our eyes are very focused on this flick is an understatement. The first clip from the film has come online today showing some of the calm before the storm. Sorry, bloodhounds, you're gonna have to wait for your viscera.
“Yorkshire Noir. Dickens on bad acid.” -- Tony Grisoni on Red Riding. Tony Grisoni did it. Wrote the whole lot. All 278 minutes of the Red Riding Trilogy, which was adapted from David Peace’s noir epics. Dread Central recently sat down with him to get the scoop on the details, the process, Poe, and even Terry Gilliam.
Reviewed by Heather Buckley Starring Andrew Garfield, Rebecca Hall, Robert Sheehan, Paddy Considine, Maxine Peake, David Morrissey, Warren Clark Directed by Julian Jarrold (1974), James Marsh (1980), Anand Tucker (1983) Here comes Lil' Red Riding Hood...
In anticipation of IFC Films' roll-out of director Anders Anderson's Stolen, starring Jon Hamm and Josh Lucas, via On Demand on March 3rd and in limited theatres on March 12th, they've released the film's artwork and trailer.
Finally we have gotten our claws into the artwork and details for the Slamdance award-winning zombie opus I Sell the Dead (review here).
Now that IFC is all set to release David Morlet's French horror flick Mutants on Direct OnDemand February 10th, we have gotten ahold of their new trailer for the flick, and it is indeed a tasty one at that.
Star power doesn't necessarily equate to a good film, but considering its cast includes the likes of Jon Hamm and Josh Lucas, director Anders Anderson's Stolen certainly is in the running to provide a good time to viewers, which is probably why IFC Films snapped up the North American rights to the mystery thriller.