What is it with the people who go to Sundance? Every year at least one movie renders at least one viewer unconscious. The latest knock-out artist? Bloody Disgusting Selects' entry V/H/S. Read on for the details.
Speak Spanish? Good, then you can fully enjoy this latest look at Buried director Rodrigo Cortes' new flick Red Lights while the rest of us stare inquisitively at all the pretty pictures.
Buried director Rodrigo Cortes' new flick Red Lights has been met with mixed reviews at Sundance (look for ours soon), but that hasn't stopped it from nailing down distro.
The long awaited flick from Buried director Rodrigo Cortes, Red Lights, has been flashing its wares all over the Sundance Film Festival, and we've got a clip of the goods for you right here. Look for a review soon!
Monster movies. You can never have enough of them, and we've been excited about Grabbers, starring Richard Coyle (Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time), Ruth Bradley (Flyboys), and Russell Tovey ("Being Human" UK), since we first mentioned it many months ago. The first clip has slithered online, and as always we have it for you here.
And another Sundance deal has been made with LD Distribution nabbing North American distro rights for director/co-star Katie Aselton's Black Rock, which was written by her husband, Mark Duplass (Baghead).
Last night Nicholas McCarthy's The Pact made its debut at the Sundance Film Festival (review coming soon), and today we sunk our claws into a teaser for the flick! Check out the spookery!
Man, what's happened to Jan De Bont? Speed was great, Twister was fun (if only for the flying cow), and as for The Haunting ... well ... WHAT DO YOU THINK THIS IS?!?! SOME TYPE OF GAME?!? Hopefully with his latest flick he can rebound.
One flick we're DYING to see at this year's Sundance Film Festival is the Bloody Disgusting Selects entry V/H/S. Everything about it sounds badass. Speaking of badass, check out these viral posters found all around Park City, Utah in promotion of the flick!
Reality is always stranger than fiction, but when we're talking about the West Memphis Three, it continues to grow stranger still. Today there's more information pertaining to the upcoming West of Memphis documentary, which indicates a new direction for the case that could finally lead to the real killer.
It's like the rest of the world is finally waking up and realizing that horror is a hot and legit commodity. Oh, who are we kidding? No matter what we do or how much cash we generate at the box office, we'll always be considered the red-headed stepchild of the biz.
Good news coming in for those of you really interested in the new horror label created by former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash, dubbed Slasher Films... The first feature, Nothing to Fear, has landed distro.
With Sundance 2012 right around the corner, the first official one-sheet and powerful new trailer for the Peter Jackson produced documentary West of Memphis have debuted, and we have them both for you right here. Check 'em out.