We've been talking about the new thriller ATM for a long while around these parts, and now there's some pretty nifty news to report on in terms of when we'll get to withdraw some terror!
There's nothing finer than hearing that a horror film affected folks so strongly that they fainted. It never ceases to amaze and amuse us, and that's just the case concerning the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of The Incident (review here).
With the release of The Human Centipede II just around the corner via IFC Midnight, we sat down recently with star Ashlynn Yennie, who riffed engagingly on the Tom Six-directed flick and its BBFC ban, her experiences attending horror cons, her take on the correlation between cinematic and social violence, and her recent water-fight with I Spit on Your Grave’s Sarah Butler.
We are minutes away from beginning our San Diego Comic-Con coverage, but before we get going, two massively cool clips from IFC Midnight's The Shrine have come our way, and we need to share! Be sure to check out the flick on demand from IFC Midnight via Comcast, Cox, Cablevision, Time Warner, and Bright House!
We've been looking forward to the next film from the director of Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, known as The Shrine, for a long while now, and finally we have a release date and some new eye candy for you! Be sure to check out the flick when it debuts on demand from IFC Midnight via Comcast, Cox, Cablevision, Time Warner, and Bright House starting July 15th!
If you haven't seen the IFC Midnight release of The Silent House, also known as La Casa Muda, you're really missing out. Need a bit more convincing? Then how about three clips to get your ghost? Look for the film in limited theatrical release and on video on demand. Keep it locked here for more. Synopsis
Having seen Gustavo Hernández's single-take horror film La Casa Muda, or The Silent House, we were immediately impressed with his execution of this truly ballsy and unique idea. Lord knows it couldn't have been easy so we decided to catch up with the man himself for a quick Q&A. His answers are presented below in both English and his native tongue.
And again IFC Midnight proves why they're among every genre fan's best friends: The company has picked up U.S. distribution rights to The Shrine, the latest thriller from writer/director Jon Knautz.
Another much talked about horror film is making its way home courtesy of one of the genre's best friends, IFC Midnight, and we have all the details in terms of the whens and the wheres! Dig it! From the Press Release
Even with an American remake already in the can directed by Chris Kentis (Open Water) and starring Elizabeth Olsen, we're still extremely hungry to see Gustavo Hernandez's La Casa Muda or The Silent House. Come this May we'll finally be getting our chance!
One flick we've been anxiously awaiting a release date for is Miguel Angel Vivas' home invasion thriller Kidnapped. The early word is that it's home to an amazing shocker of an ending so we're pretty damned excited to be getting it. Can it live up to the hype? We'll find out on June 15th when IFC releases the film in a limited theatrical capacity.
Hot on the heels of yesterday's news regarding when and where you can see Adrien Brody getting Wrecked, we have four clips from the film to share. Strap in - it looks like it's going to be a bumpy ride!
One name we're always happy to see attached to a genre project is Adrien Brody since it usually means we're in store for one hell of an intense performance. Case in point: IFC Midnight's Wrecked, which will have a limited theatrical release beginning April 1st in New York and April 8th in Los Angeles.