Digging around in the rural lore of foreign countries rarely ends well in the horror genre, a rule that’s particularly true in Jon Knautz’s The Shrine. Thanks to Arrow Films you, too, can bow down to this monstrous effigy as we have two copies of the film on DVD to give away!
If you happen to be a fan of all things demonic, supernatural, clandestine and vicious – and live in the UK – then we have some very good news for you! Arrow Films are set to unleash Jon Knautz’s rollicking possession creature feature The Shrine on DVD and Blu-ray across the United Kingdom on February 27th.
It isn't often that we mention the Grammys here at Dread Central, but a few genre favorites have landed nominations for the 54th Annual Grammy Awards, which will be presented February 12, 2012, on CBS, and we just wanted to share the news.
We are minutes away from beginning our San Diego Comic-Con coverage, but before we get going, two massively cool clips from IFC Midnight's The Shrine have come our way, and we need to share! Be sure to check out the flick on demand from IFC Midnight via Comcast, Cox, Cablevision, Time Warner, and Bright House!
We've been anxiously awaiting Jon Knautz’s next genre effort ever since having the opportunity to check out his 2008 horror comedy Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer. It seems that the wait is finally over for us as well as legions of other fans as Knautz’s latest, The Shrine, is set to hit VOD platforms tomorrow (July 15).
We've been looking forward to the next film from the director of Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, known as The Shrine, for a long while now, and finally we have a release date and some new eye candy for you! Be sure to check out the flick when it debuts on demand from IFC Midnight via Comcast, Cox, Cablevision, Time Warner, and Bright House starting July 15th!
And again IFC Midnight proves why they're among every genre fan's best friends: The company has picked up U.S. distribution rights to The Shrine, the latest thriller from writer/director Jon Knautz.
As mentioned in another story today that debuted some early images from the horror anthology Little Deaths, the Film 4 FrightFest Weekend as part of the Glasgow Film Festival is upon us, and we've got the full lineup of films our friends in the UK get to feast upon on Friday, Feb. 25th, and Saturday, Feb. 26th.
Just in time for its premiere this Thursday, October 14th, at 7:30 pm at the Mann 6 Theatres, we've gotten our claws into an eye-popping new one-sheet for Jon Knautz's new film, The Shrine.
The final Friday of Fantasia 2010 brought us one of the highlights of this year’s festival: director Christopher (Creep) Smith’s necromancer plague drama Black Death. Playing as the perfect accompaniment to Ken Russell’s The Devils, Black Death is a very subdued and naturalistic take on pestilence and witchcraft.
Reviewed by Pierre-Wolf Starring Cindy Sampson, Aaron Ashmore, Meghan Heffern Directed by Jon Knautz
The Shrine, which is written and directed by Jon (Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer) Knautz and stars Jack Brooks himself, Trevor Matthews, along with Meghan Heffern, Aaron Ashmore, and Cindy Sampson, has a new one sheet and while I'm liking it, I don't really know what it is I'm looking at.
The makers of Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, Jon Knautz and Trevor Matthews, have a new film playing at the Fantasia Film Festival 2010 called The Shrine, and the full trailer for the flick has just made its way online!
The makers of Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, Jon Knautz and Trevor Matthews, have a new film playing at the Fantasia Film Festival 2010 called The Shrine, and we've scored ourselves some stills full of things going horribly awry!