Before Magnet Releasing unleashes I Saw the Devil on home video and in theatres, the flick is making a stop at the Sundance Film Festival; and to celebrate the occasion, we've got some nifty stills for you!
Reviewed by Serena Whitney Starring Kelly McGillis, Danielle Harris, Michael Cerveris, Connor Paolo, Bonnie Dennison Directed by Jim Mickle
With TIFF 2010 now at a close, it's time for a quick awards round-up for you guys. Pertaining to our beloved genre, we're happy to announce that Jim Mickle’s Stake Land took home the Midnight Madness Audience Award at the show, beating out some pretty tough competition in The Vanishing on 7th Street, Insidious and more. Congrats to Mickle and company!
Things are still cooking over at the Toronto International Film Festival as yet another movie we've been looking forward to for a while now has gotten itself some distro - Adam Wingard's A Horrible Way to Die!
One of the most heartbreaking things about the Toronto International Film Festival was that legendary director John Carpenter ended up missing the premiere of his own film, The Ward, because he was summoned to jury duty here in the States.
Thank the gods for the Toronto International Film Festival! Finally some domestic distribution news has come our way for the upcoming film from acclaimed director Kim Jee-woon starring Oldboy himself, I Saw the Devil.
Everyone at the Toronto International Film Festival has been buzzing about James Wan's Insidious (look for a review soon), and distro has swooped in faster than a pissed off Grim Reaper in Peter Jackson's The Frighteners!
Reviewed by Serena Whitney Starring Rainn Wilson, Ellen Page, Liv Tyler, Kevin Bacon Directed by James Gunn
The Toronto International Film Festival is chugging along quite nicely, and we've got a clip from one of the biggest horror flicks playing at it - James Wan's Insidious.
Reviewed by Serena Whitney Starring Isild Le Besco, Nahuel Perez Biscayart, Jerome Kircher Directed by Benoit Jacquot
One look at the outstanding trailer for Rare Exports and you know right away that this is either going to be a very unique and special movie or one that cannot possibly live up to its potential. I'm seriously crossing my fingers for latter because the idea of hunting for feral Santas in the snowy wilds of Finland is a genius level of insanity.
In anticipation of Jim Mickle's Stake Land premiering on September 17th at the Toronto International Film Festival, a new still has made its way online, this time featuring the return of Kelly McGillis to the big screen after a nearly decade-long absence.
With it's Toronto International Film Festival premiere right around the corner we've gotten our hands on some tasty new stills and some sales art for the latest Spanish terror tale from producer Guillermo del Toro, Julia's Eyes (Los ojos de Julia). Dig it!