We're one week away from the theatrical release of Alex van Warmerdam's highly intriguing looking flick Borgman (review), which Drafthouse Films unloads on June 6th. In the meantime, check out a highly disturbing new clip from the film, which takes body disposal to a whole new level!
Words alone cannot fully convey the joy writing that headline has brought me. I wish I could squeeze an uncircumcised penis reference into every story. If only for the sheer absurdity of it all. Now, where were we... oh yeah! Attack of the Devil!
Hey, man, everyone's gotta get laid sooner or later. Preferably sooner... From the makers of the stellar WNUF Halloween Special comes Call Girl of Cthulhu and we have your first look right here.
Around these parts there's nothing we enjoy more than seeing the indie filmmaker do good. Case in point: the partially funded through IndieGoGo flick from MonsterBuster Entertainment, Invasion of the Undead. Check out the trailer, badass art, and more!
We've been talking about Andrew Traucki’s (The Reef, Black Water) next tale of terror, The Jungle, since 2012 and now we finally have some distro news for you cats! Look for it on DVD via Entertainment One on June 24th.
Entertainment Weekly scored quite the badass artwork and video for the upcoming sliver of sasquatchploitation from Bobcat Goldthwait, Willow Creek (review). Check them out right here right now before its body is stripped clean by strange woodland creatures.
Released in limited theaters and on VOD outlets a few months back, Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego's Open Grave (review) is now getting ready to head home, courtesy of Cinedigm. We've dug up all the release details for ya today, so read on!
Described as the horror version of The Expendables, "Dukes of Hazzard" star John Schneider's Smothered is noteworthy for boasting the largest number of horror icons ever to grace the screen at the same time, which is a claim that certainly grabs hold of our attention.
We told you about a month ago that Dread Central teamed with Jesse Baget's Ruthless Pictures for the anthology Zombieworld, comprised of short films made by YOU, the readers and fans. The response has been tremendous and it will only get better!
Indie horror filmmakers, listen up! One of the best genre festivals out there, the New York City Horror Film Festival (NYCHFF), is now accepting entries for its 2014 event, which will be held this upcoming November.
Los Angeles-based filmmaker Ryan Spindell is a huge fan of 80s horror, particularly the practical effects and lifelike monsters that slashed up screens both big and small during that oh, so glorious decade.
"Mind-Blowing Psychopaths!" are on their way to Hoboken, New Jersey, as Scavenger Killers has been named Closing Night Film at the 2014 Hoboken International Film Festival.
Lawrie Brewster has been scaring the ever loving shit out of people with his macabre creation "The Owlman" from his film Lord of Tears (review), and right now we have yet another prank video for you guys to dig on! Do yourself a favor! Get a copy of this flick NOW!
So Mine Games was originally titled Mine Games before it was retitled The Evil Within, but now it's back to Mine Games. Ya follow? Good. That being said... here's the artwork for the newly retitled to the old title Mine Games.
Indie horror's favorite duo, Caesar and Otto, are back, and now that they've tackled Summer Camp and Christmas, they're turning their attention to Halloween!