More sales art coming out for AFM from Lightning Media. Next on tap is the new thriller from Eric Wostenberg entitled Bloodwork. Read on for the plot crunch and eye candy.
The votes are in, and we couldn't be happier to report that Darin Scott's Dark House is the winner of the Fangoria FrightFest film competition and will receive a theatrical release!
If you haven't done so already, you need to make your voice heard as there are eight indie filmmakers out there who are depending on you to allow them to give you the goods! It only takes a second, people. We need to spread the red as much as possible.
With voting officially starting today, the cover art for all eight films entered into the Fangoria FrightFest film competition has landed with a splat in our mailboxes, and we've gotta say some of them are real winners. Ready for a little art-based terror?
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.
I'm really pulling for Fangoria Magazine these days. Chalk it up to childhood nostalgia if you want, but some of my earliest genre memories were peeling through the pages of Fango and being absolutely mesmerized by what I saw.
One film we've been keeping tabs on with regard to distribution -- Will it go theatrical? Will it be TV & DVD only? -- is Clive Barker's Book of Blood. Today we learned that Lightning Media has acquired US rights to the film and plans to release it theatrically in late 2009/early 2010.
Man, it's like Trailer-Tuesday or something. The next bit of visual goodness for your eyes to feast upon is for a little movie called Skeleton Crew.