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First Word on UK Suspense Thriller White Settlers

The brains behind GrimmFest - Manchester, England's annual cult and horror film fest - have lined up their second feature film, White Settlers, a suspense thriller starring Pollyanna McIntosh (The Woman) that began shooting this past weekend. Read on for details.

The Brood Multiplies on Blu-ray in the UK

July 8th, 2013. That's the date David Cronenberg's The Brood will be hitting Blu-ray in the UK via Second Sight Films. May 10th, 2013. That's the date we start bitching here in the States that we don't have it on Blu-ray. Sigh.

Telltale's The Walking Dead Makes Its Way To The UK

Telltale Games has announced that fans of the award-winning zombie game, The Walking Dead, can now purchase the game from UK retailers for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. Read on to learn more.

Director Sean Hogan Talks Doing The Devil's Business

This Saturday, May 11th, director Sean Hogan's horror flick The Devil's Business (review) makes its premiere on the UK's Horror Channel (much better than the long rumored American Horror Channel, whom we wish well), and we've got a quick Q&A for ya! Check it out!

Beg for this New Sightseers Clip

With Sightseers (review here) getting released Stateside on May 10th, IFC has released a new clip for the pitch black comedy. Check it out right here!

Exclusive NSFW Clip From The Facility Gets Flashy

Director Ian Clark's medical horror The Facility is out on DVD in the UK now, not to mention that you can win a copy right here -- so to celebrate we've nabbed an exclusive look at this clinical trial gone haywire that's flashy in more way than one. Again, this is NOT SAFE FOR WORK!

Static Hits the UK in July

Second Sight Films announced a DVD release date of July 15th for the next 3D horror flick coming at you from music video director Todd Levin, Static 3D. Read on for details, and look for news on a domestic release soon.

CONTEST CLOSED! UK Readers: Win The Facility on DVD!

Paid clinical trials always seem like a good idea, until you're walking away with a case of Bloaty Head. To celebrate the arrival of the utterly tense, claustrophobic, and overwhelmingly effective chiller The Facility - out on DVD and Download 6th May 2013 through eOne Momentum - we have copies to give away to two lucky winners!

Pacific Rim Friday Bonanza: UK Football Competition Spot and Details; Moments Worth Paying For Trailer

Some new goodies have come in for Pacific Rim to kick off your weekend, and our readers across the pond will want to pay special attention to the "Ultimate Football Experience" contest over on the film's UK Facebook page.

UK Checks Into Refurbished Motel Hell

It takes all kinds of critters to make Farmer Vincent's fritters! Just what some of those critters are is the shockingly comedic story behind cult classic Motel Hell. Now, genre stalwarts Arrow Video are set to check us in for a fully restored worldwide Blu-ray premiere of the Kevin Connor-directed flick on May 13th.

Apartment 1303 UK Estate Agent Revealed

Hot on the heels of our recent news regarding US distribution for Michael Taverna's English language remake of J-Horror Apartment 1303, we can now reveal that the UK keys have been handed over to Koch Media for DVD and Blu-ray 3D release on June 3rd!

A Trailer Arrives to Keep You In Fear

A trailer has arrived for Jeremy Lovering's In Fear thanks to our buddies over at Empire Online, and we have a look at this latest UK import right here for you. Check it out, and put this down on your must watch list.

A Pair of Slasher House Clips to Get the Blood Pumping... and Spraying...

MJ Dixon's Slasher House is getting its UK release shortly while those of us here in the States have to wait until early 2014. To keep the fires of interest burning we have two new clips, which you can check out right here, right now!

UK's Horror Channel to Do The Devil's Business and Get Stiff this May!

Heading into May, the UK's Horror Channel have a number of impressive UK premieres up their sleeves - including Sean Hogan's terrifically chilling The Devil's Business (review here) and Keith Wright's touching and modest Harold's Going Stiff.