If you thought Belgian Waffles were tasty, wait until you sink your teeth into the latest horror comedy on its way courtesy of IFC Midnight called Vampires. Sugar coating and syrup are completely optional. Dig it!
Human Centipede II: Full Sequence has garnered an impressive amount of press of late. At the start of June we told you that the BBFC (British Board of Film Classification) had declared it "unclassifiable," and now we've got some pretty interesting words from the film's UK distributor, Eureka.
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Well now. It sounds as if director Tom Six's claim that The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence would make the first one "look like My Little Pony" is holding A LOT of water in the UK where it has been officially rejected by the BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), thereby banning it from being released there.
You know how we always say that our friends in the UK have all the fun? Well, sometimes they get the shit end of the stick like we do. Case in point - Tom Six's The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence.
Hungry for a little Friday night vampire action? Well then, listen up, kids! We've gotten our teeth into, count 'em, three new clips from the latest indie vamp flick We Are the Night that are riddled with bite-happy hot chicks. Dig 'em!
Yesterday IFC took its fair share of lumps from film enthusiasts for putting out an English dubbed trailer for their latest home invasion themed thriller, Kidnapped. Thankfully that trailer has been banished, and the subtitled version is finally here along with the official one-sheet.
And rounding out our extensive news coverage of the Cannes Film Festival, some last minute news has come in regarding the latest serial killer flick, Snowtown. Get your boots on! You may be headed there quicker than you think!
Just days after making the announcement that they would be distributing the film, IFC Midnight has released the official trailer for indie vampire flick We Are the Night. Dig it! We Are the Night will be released theatrically in New York City on May 27th at the prestigious ReRun arthouse theater. The flick will also be available nationwide on video-on-demand beginning May 25th.
One vampire-themed flick we've been looking forward to for quite some time now is Dennis Gansel's We Are the Night, which is being heralded as "a sexy and suspenseful thriller about a young woman initiated into a trio of beautiful female vampires." Thanks to our good friends at IFC we'll be getting to see just how sexy and suspenseful things really get!
We'll take just about any kind of vampires over the sparkling brooding kind any day, and thanks to the latest acquisition from IFC Films, we'll soon be getting to know a new breed of vampires -- the bored kind!
Saint or Sint, the new action/horror hybrid slasher flick from Dutch director Dick Maas, had its North American premiere earlier this week at the Tribeca Film Fest.
Slasher movies are awesome. And while I find that the vast majority of new ones leave a lot to be desired when compared to their superior 80s counterparts, I'm always glad to see someone take a, ahem, stab at creating something new. From the Press Release
More distro news headed our way, this time concerning horror's best friend of late, IFC. A deserted apartment is about to become home for horror in this latest film coming our way from across the pond.