It was way back in May when IFC Midnight acquired writer/director Antoine Blossier's debut feature Proie (Prey), and finally, come December we'll be able to watch it either On Demand (starting on the 1st) or in selected theatres (as of the 3rd).
This bit of news is nothing to scoff at - especially for those among you constantly bemoaning the lack of original horror films on the big screen. IFC is looking to give us fans something to look forward to in early 2011.
A couple of weeks ago we reported that the must-see UK zombie series "Dead Set" would be airing on five consecutive nights on IFC from Monday, October 25th through Friday, October 29th, 2010, but now word has come that you can take that dose of mayhem str
Following sold-out screenings of Simon Rumley's Red, White & Blue (review here) at Fantastic Fest, IFC Midnight is bringing the film to several additional cities over the next few weeks. If you are not in any of these cities, you can currently find the film on demand via Comcast, Cablevision, Time Warner, Bright House, and Cox!
The original The Human Centipede (First Sequence) is back on VOD in celebration of Fantastic Fest along with Philip Ridley’s sublime psychological thriller Heartless (starring Jim Sturgess); Simon Rumley’s hardcore Red, White & Blue; Josh Reed’s neo-Ozploitation horror film Primal; and Abel Ferry’s gripping scarefest High Lane.
A new trailer for Simon Rumley's Red, White & Blue (review here) has found its way online in celebration of the film's screening at this year's Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, and as always we have it for you right here!
As mentioned earlier, a bit of Fantastic Fest is coming home thanks to IFC Midnight, and to celebrate, the trailer debut for High Lane (or Vertige for you purists out there) has come online.
Some pretty great news has come in for those of us who don't have the funds or the time off from work to attend this year's Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas: IFC Midnight, the new genre label of IFC Films, has announced that four brand new IFC Midnight acquisitions screening at Fantastic Fest (Sept. 23-30) will simultaneously be available nationwide via the movies-on-demand platform.
If you've never seen the UK zombie splatter-fest known as "Dead Set", brother (or should we say "Big Brother"?), you are in for a real treat!
Ever since we got word that Tom Six's The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (review here) is coming to DVD and Blu-ray on October 5th from IFC Films and MPI Media Group, we've been anxiously awaiting the full list of extra features that will be included. Today that wait is officially over. The DVD and Blu-ray will both be available as bonus-filled, unrated versions that include: * Deleted scenes * Behind-the-scenes footage * An interview with Tom Six * Casting
In cinema it is oftentimes the simplest of concepts that yields the most rewarding results. While the splashy - and usually braindead - antics of filmmakers such as Michael Bay or Jerry Bruckheimer may garner a lion’s share of the media’s admittedly short attention span, there are dozens of other more quiet and intelligent films that are also deserving of our collective interest.
One film that has made quite a stir this year is Tom Six's The Human Centipede (First Sequence) (review here). If you missed it on VOD and in theatres, you're not gonna want to miss it when it hits home video!
Our friends at IFC dropped us a line to let us know about some of their recent genre acquisitions, and they've definitely got some good ones on their hands. Hot off the heels of The Human Centipede, come on in and see what's waiting in the wings at IFC (Hint: it's Tetsuo II & III).
One film we've been looking forward to for a while now around these parts is Stuart Hazeldine's Exam (review here). And while all the print news in the world can serve to whet your whistle, there's just nothing like diggin' on a trailer. Speaking of which ...
IFC's new horror label, IFC Midnight, has scored another flick to fill out its ever growing library of genre titles -- Antoine Blossier's debut feature Proie (Prey).