A new trailer for IFC's disturbing little film The Snowtown Murders (formerly Snowtown) has come across our desks, and we have it all bundled up and warm for you right here. Dig it!
Buckle up, kids. You're gonna be here for a while. The entire list of genre films playing at the 36th annual Toronto International Film Festival, running September 8th-18th, has been unveiled, and we have the skinny to supplement what we've already posted along with a boatload of never before seen imagery and a few new trailers!
One of the best damned film festivals on the entire planet, Fantastic Fest, has announced the first wave of films for their 2011 event running from September 22nd to the 29th, and if you've never been, do yourself a favor ... do whatever you have to do to get there and experience the madness first-hand!
And rounding out our extensive news coverage of the Cannes Film Festival, some last minute news has come in regarding the latest serial killer flick, Snowtown. Get your boots on! You may be headed there quicker than you think!
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.
Serial killer story Snowtown, which we provided a trailer and some artwork for earlier this month, has officially joined the Critics Week (la Semaine de la Critique) lineup at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
Okay, so this has nothing at all to do with the Roddy Piper cult flick of yesteryear, but this new title left us feeling all sentimental (mainly just mental). Ready for some more hard core Aussie frights? We knew you would be.
There is almost nothing I like more in this world than sitting down with a slice of Aussie horror. There’s something about these films - even the bad ones - that keeps me enthralled like few others. And that’s why today’s news has me thrilled. There’s more ‘Down Under’ horror en route! YAY!