After premiering at Cannes, UK horror flick White Settlers is soon headed into our lives, though no official release date has been set. In the meantime, check out the just released first trailer for the home invasion thriller, which comes equipped with creepy pig masks aplenty!
On tap for you today is another look at the upcoming UK horror flick White Settlers, which premiered at Cannes and stars The Woman's Pollyanna McIntosh. No word yet on a release date, but this gallery of tasty images should tide you over until we learn more. Dig in!
UK thriller White Settlers is heading to Cannes, and Notanumber Productions have unveiled their international sales poster for the film, which will be screened to prospective distributors on May 16th.
UK thriller White Settlers is about to have its debut screening, a Cast & Crew event in Manchester that Grimmfest is offering an exclusive pair of tickets to. We have more details on that plus a look at some new footage.
Currently in production and flying the flag for cream of the crop independent horror is Simeon Halligan's White Settlers, starring genre fave Pollyanna Mcintosh – with whom most of you are more than likely familiar due to her spectacular performance in the titular role in Lucky Mckee's The Woman.
As promised yesterday when announcing the new UK thriller White Settlers from director Simeon Halligan and writer Ian Fenton, the film's lead actor has been selected, and we have all the details right here.
The brains behind GrimmFest - Manchester, England's annual cult and horror film fest - have lined up their second feature film, White Settlers, a suspense thriller starring Pollyanna McIntosh (The Woman) that began shooting this past weekend. Read on for details.
It's been a long road getting this import out of the UK onto Stateside DVD and Blu-ray, but it's well on its way, and we have all the details on what to expect once it's here!
How many times have you seen a quote on a movie poster or DVD box and thought you could do better? If so, then this competition is for you. The folks behind the UK's Grimm Up North film fest are co-sponsors of a contest in which the best quote submitted for Simeon Halligan's Splintered will be featured on international promotional material for the film. Here are the details:
As evidenced by the recent American box office success of The Last Exorcism, horror movies are more popular than ever, but is that popularity limited to the good old US of A? Absolutely not if a recent report by the UK's Sky News is any indication. According to them horror films are increasing in popularity, and some experts claim it is because of the gloomy economic times.
Hot on the heels of our recent report on the details of Simeon Halligan’s Splintered UK premiere on September 3rd, we’ve found ourselves with three copies of the film on DVD (available on general release September 6th) to give away to a trio of
This Friday, September 3rd, Splintered, the debut feature from production company Not A Number and director Simeon Halligan, will be having its UK premiere in the best cinema in London, the Empire Leicester Square, and starting today tickets are on sale for the screening along with an exclusive after party. Here are the details:
Although its originally announced premiere month of July has come and gone, we've received confirmation that Splintered, the debut feature from production company Not A Number and director Simeon Halligan, will indeed be hitting UK cinemas in just a few short weeks - September 3rd to be exact.
It's been ages since we've heard anything about UK horror film Splintered, the debut feature from production company Not A Number and director Simeon Halligan, but today we got an update on its release date and a chance for our UK readers to see some excerpts of the film on the popular prime-time soap opera "Coronation Street".
I do love finding out about potentially cool new movies, especially when they’re about werewolves, after the film is all done and ready to be seen by the masses! Nothing like taking out the pain of anticipation to make a movie that much more appealing.