Nature Run Amok
Dig it, dearest reader! Something new to be thankful for! The first ever clip from the movie that seems to be on every horror fan's lips this season, Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (review here)!
If science and movies have taught us one thing, it's that gene-splicing and playing God is never a good thing. Man isn't meant to have the power to create new life forms, and even if we can, it doesn't mean that we should. No good could possibly come from doing so. But luckily for us a whole lot of horror can!
It’s true: He knows if you’ve been naughty – and he’ll spank you into oblivion if you have! To celebrate the upcoming release of the soon-to-be Christmas classic Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale, for one day only – this Thursday, 25th November to be exact – London’s Carnaby Street will play host to the display of a real life Lapland Santa!
According to The Foywonder, if there's one flick that should be on your radar this holiday season, it's Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (review here)! To celebrate the flick in all of its creepy weirdness, we've got some new stills and a gorgeous bit of poster art for you to dig on!
Rare Exports is one of the strangest and most fun films we've seen in a long time. Think A Christmas Story meets The Thing. Now, if you're in the New York City area, you and a friend can see the flick on November 30th on us!
It's not even Thanksgiving yet, but after seeing Jalmari Helander's Rare Exports, we can't get the bizarre Christmas tale out of our heads. If you happen to live in the UK, you'll have a chance to see what we mean when it debuts in cinemas across the country on Friday 3rd December 2010. Synopsis:
Day Two of our throng of AFM coverage begins with a slight adjustment regarding the latest giant arachnid run amok flick, Spiders 3D. Apparently this eight-legged freak won't be going solo! That's right, kids. Directed by Tibor Takacs, the movie formerly known as Spider 3D is now Spiders 3D. Plural. Dig on the updated artwork below.
One of the stranger films we've seen all year, Jalmari Helander's Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale, will both delight and confound you in the best of ways possible! A new trailer and teaser art made their way online today for the flick, which plays like a maniacal cross between The Thing and A Christmas Story, and we have them here for you.
If you haven't experienced the epic that is Birdemic: Shock and Terror (review here), then you need to hit the Internet and find out where and when this ... this ... this film(?) is playing by you immediately!
A new official trailer for Andrew (Black Water) Traucki’s Australian killer shark flick, The Reef, swam its way to the shores of our Dread Central offices, and it'll give you even more encouragement to STAY OUT OF THE WATER! Synopsis:
Triassic Attack: A sacred Indian ceremony brings fossilized dinosaurs back to life to terrorize a college campus. Who could possibly come up with an idea this boneheaded? Syfy, of course! Who else but Syfy would make a movie about T-Rex and pteradon skeletons running amok killing people?
Around fifty, that's right, fifty new behind-the-scenes images from Corey Brandenstein's latest nature-run-amok flick The Compound have popped up online today and we have your hot ticket to dig on every one of them!
The world needs more killer bear movies. Not only is this a fact but it may be the only way to stifle Stephen Colbert's Keep Fear Alive Rally (Rally to Restore Sanity for the win).
Wanna get a better look at the creature from the Korean nature-run-amok terror-fest known here in the States as Chawz? Of course you do! Why else would you be here? Our boyish charm?