In the run-up to E1 Entertainment's October 18th UK DVD release of The Tortured (review here ), we've been given a new viral video that gives a look at just what type of bodily abuse you can look forward to witnessing! Synopsis:
Now that Los Angeles’ film festival laureate Screamfest LA is off and running from October 8-17 at the Mann’s 6 in Hollywood, CA, we're wrapping up our interview series with directors who have films in the fest. Our last installment: Andrew Shortell and Psych: 9.
On October 2nd the third annual GoreZone International Film Festival got under way at Leicester Square’s Prince Charles Cinema; and for the first time ever, Dread was on the scene to check it out. Our report follows along with condensed reviews of six of the films shown over the weekend.
While I personally thought that director Christopher Smith’s impeccable filmmaking run took a stumble with Triangle, he came right back on form with Sean Bean in his newest release, Black Death, which lands on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK in a scant couple of weeks courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Read on for the pack shots and trailer!
Along with finalizing the festival programme (click here for that), the Grimm Up North team have added six more fantastic horror/fantasy movies to their already full to bursting festival line-up! Read on for the details.
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring James Kyson-Lee, George Stults, Tiffany, Penny Drake Directed by Jason Robert Stephens
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Directed by Robert Lieberman Starring Erika Christensen, Jesse Metcalfe, Bill Moseley
If you were a fan of Nimród Antal’s newest entry into the legendary Predator franchise, then get your wrist blades, heat vision and bloodied spinal columns ready as we’ve got the skinny on what to expect when the flick hits home in the UK on November 1st. Unfortunately, if you haven’t yet made the climb to high-def, you might feel a little shafted...
In case you haven’t made the leap to high definition and availed yourself of Arrow Video’s excellent UK Blu-ray releases of George A. Romero’s flesh-eating classics Dawn of the Dead and Day of the Dead, fear not as this week sees Dawn following hot on the heels of last week’s Day in an amazing four-disc DVD edition.
Our friends across the pond once again shoot and score! Yep, another film we're dying for here in the States is hitting Blu-ray and DVD in the UK, and all that we can do is drool. Well, that and import!
After careful consideration and a lot of hard work, the Grimm Up North team have announced their full festival lineup for 2010. Festival passes are still available for only £75, and individual tickets for all the main screenings will be on sale starting October 1st.