Well, no one can accuse IFC Films of being unwilling to promote controversial properties. This morning the company announced it is picking up Lars von Trier's Antichrist, which has without a doubt been the most talked about movie at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
The oddest zombie movie you'll ever see, Pontypool, has nabbed itself a snazzy new one-sheet to go along with its theatrical release. Just keep your mouths shut about it. Ya never know what harm your words can do!
IFC Films' latest acquisition, the Slamdance award winning zombie opus I Sell the Dead, just nailed itself some new artwork to go along with its limited release on August 14th, and we've got it served up for you fresh and cold!
And the news just keeps rolling in! So what if it's well after 3:00 am here in California! You East Coasters need your morning updates, damnit! Next up on the old reporting block: the DVD art and date for IFC Films' DVD release of Pontypool (review here).
IFC Films has seriously beefed up its horror canon, and with the addition of Slamdance award winner I Sell the Dead, 2009 is looking delightfully dark for them!
Who doesn't love Nazi Zombie movies? These cretins were so evil and so foul it's almost poetic that they be given the chance to die gruesomely not once but twice! Well, come June you'll be able to experience the bloodshed in theatres first-hand.
In the mood for a look at some killer upcoming indie horror films? You know that you are! The good folks at IFC Films hit us off with several new trailers from their genre catalogue, some of which are available for your viewing pleasure right now On Demand!
One of the more interesting films to cross my path thus far this year is Daniel Myrick's The Objective, which pits a group of Special Ops soldiers led by a CIA operative against a sort of "Bermuda Triangle of ancient evil" in the Afghan desert.
IFC Films has released the final poster and trailer for The Objective (review), the new film from Blair Witch co-director Daniel Myrick. IFC will have the film in theaters starting February 4, 2009, with expansion planned starting in March. Check out the poster, trailer, and a batch of stills below!
On October 24th IFC Films will release the animated horror sensation Fear(s) of the Dark (review) in select theaters across the country. It will be, if nothing else, a very unique way to spend the Friday before Halloween, so I hope for your sake it’s playing near you.
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