Some artwork slipped online today for Stuart Hazeldine's thriller Exam, which will be arriving in UK cinemas on January 8th.
Ray Winstone has gone from hunting CGI monsters while hiding the salami Austin Powers-style to heading off in pursuit of a psycho who digs on hunting chicks in Stuart St. Paul's flying-under-the-radar slasher/thriller Red Snow.
Horror fans across the UK, rejoice! A brand new release of Dario Argento’s classic supernatural masterpiece Suspiria will be hitting shelves across the pond on DVD and Blu-ray this January, courtesy of the folks at Nouveaux Pictures/Cine-Excess.
British writer/director Stuart Hazeldine's Exam premieres in theatres just after Christmas in the UK, and the film's trailer was recently released online. Luke Mably stars in Exam, which some are saying could be the thriller of the new year. Check out the trailer, and see if you agree.
A new piece of promo art and a new "shorter" synopsis have slipped online for Menhaj Huda's psycho-laden flick, Comedown, which tells of the dangers of taking to the airwaves illegally.
One of the many cool things about Paranormal Activity's success is that the supernatural subgenre is roaring back in a big way. I’m sure every major studio in Hollywood is looking through their scripts to find comparable material. Overseas the doors are opening as well with one such flick, The Possession of David O'Reilly, well under way!
A short while back we told you about a promising slasher flick coming out of the U.K., Comedown. Today we have some good news for the fledgling production, which is taking shape nicely.
Come October 21st you'll be able to dig on the latest UK horror import, Jon Wright's Tormented (review here), via IFC's Festival Direct Service. Who would have thought IFC would be such a huge supporter of thrills and chills! We're loving it!
Fantastic Fest '09 was incredible on so many levels. Even art-wise. Need some proof? Check out this exclusive one-sheet for Lars Von Trier's Antichrist which was fashioned exclusively for the festival.
Manchester, England's "Grimm Up North" has set its goals high.
A new trailer clawed its way online today for Lars von Trier's critically acclaimed and controversial new film Antichrist, and we have it for you hot, steamy, and chock full of spooky!
So, the August bank holiday has passed for another year and that means one thing – The Film4 Frightfest in London has just finished. This year held a special meaning to the festival though, with it greeting its 10th year in existence having moved, during that time, from humble beginnings in the Prince Charles Cinema, to the grander Odeon Leicester Square and finally, for the first time this year, to the Empire Cinema (also in Leicester Square).
Tired of seeing nothing but images of Charlotte Gainsbourg and Willem Dafoe in the throes of passion and/or pain in connection with Lars von Trier's divisive new film Antichrist? If so, then you should be happy to view the UK poster for the flick, which plays up the controversy the film has engendered.
The UK's Gorezone Magazine is rolling out the names of the films they'll be screening during this autumn's Weekend of Horror a few at a time. Promising "14 Premieres in 2 Days", they've announced the first 6 with more to come soon.
Had enough of zombies yet? No? Well then, you're going to be all about this update from our horror fiends across the pond! If you're living in the United Kingdom or feel like booking a flight to Herefordshire, bust out the zombie make-up and let the games begin!