One film that's very worthy of every single little bit of hype that it has gotten is without question Andre Ovredal's Troll Hunter. It's hard to find a single thing wrong with it. Need more proof? Check out our exclusive TV Spot debut. Ovredal's highly anticipated film will be arriving on VOD May 6, 2011, with a limited theatrical run beginning on June 10. Locations are listed below.
Director Panos Cosmatos definitley has balls. His first feature, Beyond The Black Rainbow, is one of the most psychedelic offerings in quite some time, and the film reaches beyond the abstract into territory few films dare to explore. The question is, does Cosmatos have the vision and the talent to match his confidence? Decide for yourself when you see the film!
Know what the best part about Troll Hunter is? The monsters. All those glorious friggin' beasts that are bound to capture your imagination and heart. Two new clips have surfaced that are bound to get you even more excited for the flick if that's even possible. Dig it!
Just in time for its limited theatrical run via Magnet, a new trailer for the incredible Troll Hunter (review here) has crashed online and we have every giant sized second of it for you right here!
The Tribeca Film Festival is upon us, and there's lots of horror to be found oozing out of the big dance. Since we know how much you love stuff that oozes, we have your chance to win a pair of tickets to the premieres of several different films!
Around a month ago (almost to the day), we brought you the trailer premiere of Philip Gelatt's The Bleeding House, which will be released nationwide via video-on-demand under the “Tribeca Film” banner simultaneously with the start of the Festival on April 20th, and now folks, we've got a pretty cool retro poster for you to dig on.
We're still not sure if Panos Cosmatos' Beyond the Black Rainbow is more sci-fi or horror, but its description certainly seems tailored toward the genre crowd so we're happy to point our readers - especially those attending this year's Tribeca Film Festival - in its direction. Perhaps the two new stills provided to us today will shed a bit more light on the situation.
After stomping around at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival, Magnet plans to release the incredible Troll Hunter (review here) on the helpless masses who will no doubt fall immediately in love with the flick.
As we mentioned yesterday, with the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival starting on April 20th, over the next couple of days we'll be providing updated info and screening dates/times for all the genre films playing at the fest. On tap for today we have two new stills and the schedule for the Dutch film Sint (or Saint). Synopsis:
We're just a few days away from the April 20th start date of the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival so over the next week we'll be highlighting this year's genre fare and posting the screening schedules. First up is Beyond the Black Rainbow, written and directed by Panos Cosmatos, a Reagan-era fever dream inspired by hazy childhood memories of midnight movies and Saturday morning cartoons.
More good news for folks unable to head to New York for the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival: Philip Gelatt's The Bleeding House will be released nationwide via video-on-demand under the “Tribeca Film” banner simultaneously with the start of the Festival on April 20.
And the genre-themed pool at this year's Tribeca Film Festival has expanded by one with the US premiere of writer/director Gerardo Herrero's short film Picnic, which is described as "psychological" in nature.
Info on another genre related entry in the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival, a short film entitled Year Zero, landed in our inbox today, so of course we are passing it on to you guys. Read on for the flick's very brief synopsis, some stills, the trailer, and even a clip.