The Violent Kind
With Image Entertainment's Blu-ray and DVD release of The Violent Kind just a few weeks away (it hits store shelves on May 10th), the good folks at Image have released a new trailer for the flick, and of course we have it for you here! Synopsis:
Image Entertainment will be dropping The Butcher Brothers' splatterific The Violent Kind onto Blu-ray and DVD on May 10th, and we've got the goods on what to expect! Extras will include deleted scenes, a making-of featurette, and the trailer. Synopsis:
We told you a couple of weeks ago that Image Entertainment nailed down the distro rights for The Butcher Brothers' (Mitchell Altieri, Phil Flores) latest foray into lunacy, The Violent Kind, and today a new one-sheet has made its way online!
Image Entertainment has nailed down the distro rights for The Butcher Brothers' (Mitchell Altieri, Phil Flores) latest foray into lunacy, The Violent Kind, and we've scored an insane two-minute clip to celebrate!
For the second time in as many months, London’s Leicester Square is the place to be for UK horror fans as the GoreZone International Film Festival returns to the Prince Charles Cinema on October 2nd and 3rd. Featuring not only bevy of blood-soaked movies and guests but also GoreZone Magazine’s first ever awards ceremony, can you afford to miss it? Check out the full press release:
Playing at this year's Fantastic Fest in September you'll find a recut version of The Butcher Brothers' The Violent Kind. We don't know exactly what's been recut, but judging by this image, the red stuff is still VERY MUCH there!
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 Evil Andy Starring Cory Knauf, Taylor Cole, Bret Roberts, Christina Prousalis, Tiffany Shepis Directed by The Butcher Brothers
If you were among the hundreds of people who were shut out of screenings of the film Rubber at the Fantasia film fest (or the thousands of us who didn't even make it up to Canada in the first place), then quite possibly a trip to Austin, Texas, is in your future as the flick has just shown up on the first wave of programming for the sixth edition of Fantastic Fest, happening September 23rd-30th.
Their latest effort, The Violent Kind, is poised to debut at Sundance '10 this Monday, January 25th, and already Mitchell Altieri and Phil Flores (aka the Butcher Bros.) are looking ahead to their next project, a psychological horror feature entitled Black Sunset.
Are you ready for three new clips today from The Butcher Brothers' latest trip into genre land? That's right, kids, their new film The Violent Kind is just days away from making its debut at Sundance 2010, so that means it's time for a little bit of enticement!
The official artwork for The Butcher Brothers' latest foray into the horror genre, The Violent Kind, has just made its way online, and we have every blood-speckled pixel right here for your perusal.
The Butcher Brothers are truly living up to their namesakes with these several new stills from their upcoming Sundance entry The Violent Kind. Check 'em on out and bring protection!
The Butcher Brothers have a bit of a spotty track record with genre fans. From pleasing the majority of us with The Hamiltons to savaging some good memories of ours with their insipid April Fool's Day remake, you just have to take their films with a grain of salt.
One of the best and most prestigious film festivals of our time has just announced its midnight movie line-up, and it's looking like one of the best to come along in quite some time.