If you like nasty surprises, you'll want to check out the new clip provided to us for Road Kill, one of the eight films entered into the Fangoria FrightFest competition. We've also got a couple of new stills for the Aussie thriller.
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've all been there, man. Just driving along with a few friends, having a good time, chilling out ... then all of a sudden a psychopath is driving straight up our butts and comes close to killing everyone including himself! Such are the events in the film Road Kill, which is one of the eight films entered into the Fangoria FrightFest competition, and we have an exclusive clip for you to dig on that showcases some of the mayhem to come!
The latest Aussie thriller from Prodigy Movies, Road Train aka Road Kill, has been picked up for distribution here in the States via Lightning Entertainment to be part of the Fangoria FrightFest, and we've got a still and the trailer to scare up some interest.
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.