With Lucky McKee’s The Woman brutalising its way into homes across the UK on October 17th, we’ve got just what you need whether you caught it in theatres or not: free copies on Blu-ray! That’s not to mention another extra special, and very limited, little treat for one lucky winner. Read on...
It's UK competition time here at Dread Central once again, and what could be more welcome this close to October 31st than a free fright flick? I'll tell you – nothing, that’s what! The ever so generous guys at Revolver Entertainment have shot us three copies of “found footage” shocker Atrocious to give to YOU! Rest assured that the quality of the flick is nothing like its namesake, so read on...
Celebrating its UK theatrical release today, September 30th, Lucky McKee’s already-controversial The Woman is guaranteed to get all sorts of boats a-rockin’. To mark the occasion, we have an exclusive look at a new UK clip for you! Come see!
As you've no doubt noticed, news from Cannes is coming in fast and furious on a daily (almost hourly) basis so to keep things orderly, we're combining three bits of international distribution news into this one story. Films heading to Italy, the UK and France, and all over the world (excluding the UK, Australia and New Zealand) are Nurse 3D, Snowtown, and Tracey's Slumba Party.
It's been a long while since last we heard anything about Fredrik Hiller's Swedish horror flick, Psalm 21. March 24th, 2009 to be exact. The good news? The film has nailed down distro. The bad? It's not here in the States. The flick will be headed direct to DVD in the UK on May 30th courtesy of Revolver Entertainment. We'll keep our ears open for a Stateside release.
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Directed by Srdjan Spasojevic Starring Srdjan Todorovic, Sergej Trifunovic, Jelena Gavrilovic, Slobodan Bestic
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring Andrew Howard, Tess Panzer, Ian Duncan Directed by Adam Mason Distributed by Revolver Entertainment
In anticipation of the American home video debut on DVD and iTunes this coming Tuesday, July 6th, of Lawrence Gough's different kind of infected film, Salvage, Revolver Entertainment has unleashed a brand new clip.
For many years we here in the States have looked with envy upon our brothers and sisters across the pond who have been fortunate enough to have their own "Horror Channel", even if in 2006 it was rebranded as "Zone Horror". Now, though, it looks like they're reverting to the old name effective next Monday.
In anticipation of the limited UK theatrical run of Lawrence Gough's Salvage beginning on March 19th, followed a few days later (on the 22nd) by a DVD release, Revolver Entertainment has provided an updated trailer for the film. Along with playing in the cinema, Salvage (UK DVD review here) will be available via Sky Box Office, iTunes, FilmFlex, and LOVEFilM on the 19th as well. Hopefully the previously reported July 6th date will hold firm for the US DVD. Synopsis: