Word has come across our desks that the new horror comedy Kill Me Now is gearing up for a VOD run on March 21st so make a note of it! You're always looking for something to do, right?
If you've already seen the glory that is Battle Royale, then you know exactly how cool it would be to see it on the big screen in a theatre near you. Now you can make that happen, and if you need any more incentive, check out this amazing new poster from Mondo.
Next Wednesday, December 5th, horror comedy Kill Me Now begins rolling out in theatres via the Tugg platform, and we have three pairs of tickets to give away for the Pasadena, CA, premiere, which will be attended by the film's writer/co-star Michael Swaim.
In December horror comedy Kill Me Now will begin rolling out in theatres via the Tugg platform, and we have info on screenings already scheduled as well as how you can bring the film to your own town.
It's hard to believe it's been 16 years since Scream was released - curious to see how it holds up on the big screen? If so, then keep reading because we have details on several special one-night screenings across the country through Tugg.com to help you celebrate Halloween.
Udo Kier has worked with the likes of Lars Von Trier, Gus Van Sant, and Rob Zombie. He’s portrayed Dracula (and assorted other vamps), Hitler, and Jekyll and is still going strong after over three decades of acting, his latest role being in Nazis-on-the-moon horror-comedy Iron Sky.
The Loved Ones is finally coming home in September, and though we are severely bummed that there's no Blu-ray, at least the flick is coming unrated and ready to find its audience. Don't hesitate a single second about picking this one up!
Evil Nazis have once again reared their heads to take another shot at world domination, but this time they're armed with a hell of a lot more than just the twisted ideas of a moustachioed manchild with a penchant for shouting behind podiums.
The theatrical run of The Loved Ones via Paramount/Tugg continues, and to generate a bit more buzz around the film, on this Friday, June 15th, beginning at 3:00 PM PT/6:00 PM ET, Xavier Samuel, one of the stars, will be live tweeting with the fans.
You have got to love Paramount. They actually listen to fans, and in this day and age that is something that's virtually unheard of. Case in point ... you wanted it, you got it! The theatrical release for the stunning horror flick The Loved Ones has expanded!
In Sean Byrne's Australian darkly comedic horror flick The Loved Ones, we see what kind of hell gets unleashed when a "Daddy's Girl" named Lola doesn't get her way after she asks her fellow schoolmate Brent to the prom and he declines.
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In Sean Byrne's Australian horror import The Loved Ones, Robin McLeavy plays spoiled "daddy's girl" Lola Stone, who isn't used to not getting her way, especially around prom season.
The Loved Ones is playing in select theatres right now, and if you need any more incentive to get your asses in gear to go out and see it, we have a brand new clip ready and waiting to entice you even more! Dig it!
In Sean Byrne's The Loved Ones, up-and-coming Australian actor Xavier Samuel plays Brent, a high schooler suffering from depression who finds his will to live challenged when Lola (Robin McLeavy) doesn't take to kindly to him declining her invitation to the prom.
Time for a nifty exclusive, kids! In anticipation of one of the best damned horror films we've seen in quite some time hitting U.S. shores courtesy of Paramount, we have nailed down another new motion image for you cats. Dig it!