If you're a fan of possession flicks and/or foreign horror, read on for more details coming out of Cannes 2013 regarding Emili Pons' just launched Barcelona-based low-cost genre label Ms Entertainment, which announced its first project will be Asmodexia, the feature debut of Marc Carrete.
We're always on the lookout for cool sounding events to share, and today we got word on a new film festival starting up this June in Madrid: Nocturna International Fantastic Film Festival, which will be one of the biggest events related to fantasy, horror, and science fiction cinema in Spain.
The 45th Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia will be held from October 4-14, 2012. We already know that The Body, by debut director Oriol Paulo, is opening the fest, and now word has come as to several of the other films that will be shown. Some may not be pure horror, but we're including everything here so you'll be 100% in the know.
One of these years I swear I'm going to make it to Catalonia for the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival. What other fest would dedicate its image to and center its 2012 theme around such an iconic concept as the end of the world?
It's always nice to kick off your weekend with a little gore. As always we're ready to dole out the goodies! Playing this Saturday at Slamdance 2011 will be Fernando Barreda Luna's found footage film Atrocious, and we have some exclusive crime scene images for you to chew on! Synopsis:
Ever since Paranormal Activity burst onto the scene and earned millions, people have been looking for the next big indie flick to fill its shoes. Could it be Fernando Barreda Luna's Atrocious, premiering at Slamdance 2011 on January 22nd? Check out the film's new trailer, and judge for yourself. Synopsis:
Foreign horror has been kicking ass for a long time now, and we've got the lowdown on the latest slice of spooky that's on the way from the producers of The Orphanage and Pan's Labyrinth entitled Agnosia.
With American horror flipping around like a fish out of water and gasping for air lately, it's good that someone somewhere is getting things right. Sadly original horror films aren't exactly in abundance here anymore. Thank god for the option to import!
Much as we'd like to, we can't always get to EVERY festival that happens. That's why we have friends like Ari Lehman, who travels extensively and who can bring us a blow-by-blow of the events as they happened.