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Magnet Will Let the Right One In

Magnet, the new genre arm of Magnolia, sure is serious about nabbing new horror before anyone else can. Let the Right One In, the Swedish vampire film we first told you about here, has been scooped up by Magnet for North American release, they reported today.

Let the Right One In Poster, Trailer

Here I am, reporting on yet another vampire film that actually looks somewhat interesting. Either something is wrong with the world or too many drugs have skewed my perception. Or maybe Let the Right One In is genuinely worth keeping an eye on...

Magnet Gets a Splinter

Toby Wilkins’ name is all over the place as of late, thanks to his being the first director to be attached to a Grudge film who’s name doesn’t start with Takashi and end with Shimizu, and now he’s getting even more attention thanks to Magnet nabbing is first film, Splinter, for distribution in the US.

AFM: Magnet Attached to Eden Log

I can’t believe Variety referred to us as "geeks". We’re the ones who make the films successful, could they at least refer to us as "fans"? Sheesh.

Eden Log Poster, Site

Eden Log is one of those films that we’ll randomly hear more info about and every time I am reminded of what a cool looking flick it is. I mean seriously, this thing’s got some style to spare.

Pics, Details on Wilkins' Splinter

** Editor's Note: Pics were removed by request of the filmmakers** While Toby Wilkins preps to get behind the camera to direct the incredibly unwelcome sequel, The Grudge 3, the folks over at Upcoming Horror Movies managed to find out more about his feature debut, Splinter, which we’ve not heard of in months ("Wilkins Gets a Splinter" – May 2007).

Wilkins Gets A Splinter

The horror movie industry is the best starting place for young filmmakers. Getting a cheap horror flick out on DVD is easy, and it could get you noticed pretty quick. The grand number of film festivals focused on our genre also aids in getting talent noticed, such as Toby Wilkins.

Lynch, Jennifer (Hisss, Surveillance)

Even though director Jennifer Lynch has been out of the game for a while now, putting her family and her health first, that doesn’t mean that the director has lost any of her foc

Vigalondo, Nacho (TimeCrimes)

Recently we had the pleasure of sitting down briefly with Nacho Vigalondo, the director of the time travel film everyone's talking