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Huge Patrol Men Update: New Trailer, Posters, and Photos!

One film we've been following the progress of for a while now is the "zero budget" indie film Patrol Men, and today we've got a look at its new trailer and posters that were used at Cannes along with two new stills and an update from David Campion (co-director with Ben Simpson).

Trailer and Full Synopsis for Jaume Balaguero's Fragile

We previously told you about Fangoria's FrightFest, a partnership with Lightning Media to distribute independent horror films via DVD, Video on Demand, and Digital Download; and now we've got some additional details and a trailer for one of the films, Jaume Balaguero's Fragile.

Hanukkah Horrors on the Way!

For decades Christmas has been hoggin' the spotlight when it comes to holiday themed horror movies. Filmmaker Eben McGarr (House of the Wolf Man, Sick Girl) is out to change all of that with his new flick Hanukkah. Hold on tight to your Torahs! Synopsis

First Artwork, Stills, and Trailer: JarRing

Another indie feature that's readying itself for its premiere is Ivo Raza's JarRing, and we've got the info and a myriad of other goodies from the flick for you!

The Halloween Mythos Continues with Last Supper: The Russellville Hacksaw Murders

Fans have been known to digest every single bit of information about their favorite films. For budding filmmaker William Sanders, John Carpenter's Halloween is the film that he lives and dies by. Even going so far as to take a few lines of dialogue and turn them into a ninety-minute indie feature that we must admit ... sounds like a bitchin' idea. Are you ready for Last Supper: The Russellville Hacksaw Murders?

Germany Issues a Crocodile Alert!

How do you say "I can't believe it's not a Syfy original movie" in German? The Germans certainly love their nature run amok movies, and the latest Deutschland creature feature is the horror-comedy Crocodile Alert. As you may have already guessed, the movie is about a killer crocodile being hunted by a trio of zany Germans. Something tells me a "crocodile alert" won't be as memorable as the "shark alarm".

Emerging Past Premiere Info, Trailer, and Music Video

Writer/director Thomas Churchill describes his indie horror film Emerging Past as being in the tradition of The Exorcist and The Omen, and if you're planning on attending the Famous Monsters Convention in Indianapolis this July, you'll be able to see for yourself if it's an apt description since the flick will be having its world premiere during the event.

An Early Look at Brandon Brooks' The Sickness

SaintSinner Entertainment is having a busy spring. In addition to celebrating the premiere of The Quiet Ones on June 6th at the Hoboken Film Fest, the company is currently filming The Sickness throughout Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey.

The Quiet Ones: Poster, Trailer, Exclusive Still, and Fest News

Indie psychological thriller The Quiet Ones will be premiering on the film festival circuit next weekend, June 6th at 8pm to be exact, at the Hoboken International Film Festival. We've got a look at the trailer, poster, and some screengrabs along with an exclusive production still.

New Stills from Taylor Chien's Cornered

It was last November when we first heard about the new indie film Cornered from Busted Knuckle Productions, and now that it's nearing its July, 2010 completion date, we've received a new batch of stills and an update on the flick.

New Stills: Fashion Models Experience The Trick of the Witch

Oh, how we love films about witches. The only problem? They are few and far between, and the good ones are even more scarce. Still, we're always willing to give the worshippers of the devil their due, and that's exactly why we're pretty optimistic regarding indie filmmaker Chris Morrissey's latest film, Trick of the Witch.

First Images from Mirages

The first few images from filmmaker Talal Selhami's new film, Mirages, have made their way online, and we promise that if you click this story, you'll see them. They're for real. Really!

The Lost's Chris Sivertson and Marc Senter Reteam to Kick Ass

With The Lost director Chris Sivertson established himself as a genre director to be watched. Part of what made the film so damned good was actor Marc Senter's chilling performance. The good news? The duo are reteaming to do another film. The bad?

More Carnage Fills the Air as The Dead Walk the Earth

More new stills have shambled forth from the new African zombie flick The Dead from co-directors Howard J. Ford and Jonathan Ford, which is now making the rounds at Cannes, and we are convinced that all we want for Christmas is this movie here. Now. Somewhere Lucio Fulci is smiling from ear-to-ear!

Magnet Wears a Rubber for US Release

A couple of weeks ago we told you about what looks to be one of the strangest movies we've ever seen, Rubber. So strange in fact we knew that it wouldn't be long before someone picked this baby up for distro!