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The first ever Israeli horror film, Rabies, is ready to infect U.S. shores, and we have all the details you need to decide whether you'll receive it with open arms or go get one of those nasty multi-needle shots to the stomach!
The Mile High Horror Film Festival is taking place October 7th-9th in Denver, Colorado, and the lineup is now complete along with the list of local Colorado artists that specialize in the horror genre who will be special guests of the fest. Read on for the details!
Screamfest LA, the preeminent horror festival in the country, kicks off its 11th annual event in Los Angeles on October 14 and runs through October 23. Festival founder Rachel Belofsky announced the first wave of this year's entries, and if I were you, I'd do my best to be in LA during those dates!
If you've been on the fence about attending this year's edition of Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, which runs from September 22-29, then the announcement that came today about their final wave of programming should make up your mind. With these additions, just about every film on our radar will be making an appearance at this year's fest! Read on for the details.
That's right, kids! Settle in. We've got tons of Film4 FrightFest coverage coming at you, and it starts right here, right now with a brand new image from the Israeli slasher film Rabies aka Kalevet.
A new one-sheet for Image Entertainment's recently acquired Israeli slasher flick, Rabies aka Kalevet, has hit online and we have it for you right here - free of all that nasty foaming at the mouth stuff.
Fresh off of its successful run at Tribeca, the Israeli slasher flick Kalevet (aka Rabies) has found itself some distribution at Cannes! Read on for the details, and when you're done, be sure to go and get a rabies shot. Yeah it hurts, but you don't want this kind of thing to spread!
The Tribeca Film Festival is upon us, and there's lots of horror to be found oozing out of the big dance. Since we know how much you love stuff that oozes, we have your chance to win a pair of tickets to the premieres of several different films!
Can’t make it to the Tribeca Film Festival? Don't despair. Just like last year, Tribeca 2011 will have an online component, allowing you to watch some of the films from this year's fest in the comfort of your own home. The only catch? Just one of them is a horror film: Rabies (aka Kalevet) directed by Navot Papushado and Aharon Keshales.
One film making its North American debut at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival that we're extremely intrigued by is the Israeli slasher Kalevet (aka Rabies) from co-directors Navot Papushado and Aharon Keshales. Synopsis:
Tribeca, New York City's biggest and brightest film festival, is gearing up to shine its spotlight on this year's crop of killer films, and we've got the heads-up on their genre offerings for you! Dig it! From the Press Release
Israel is officially tossing its hat into the slasher sub-genre arena with the new flick Rabies (would totally have been funnier if they called it Rabbis), and we've got the first look at the movie for ya right here!