Teaser For THE LOST TOUR, Vietnam's First Zombie Movie

This Halloween, horror lovers in Vietnam will have a chance to enjoy the country's first zombie movie, The Lost Tour (Rừng Xác Sống, litterally translated Zombie Forest). Le Van Kiet (House In The Alley) will serve as scriptwriter, director and producer... More »
By Trung Rwo   
  

First Wave Of Titles Announced For DEDFEST, Hellberta's Horror Festival

Early bird passes are now on sale for Dedfest: Hellberta's Horror Festival in Edmonton, Alberta. And to add some incentive, the festival has announced the first seven titles from this year's lineup. Dedmontonians will get their fill of the return of... More »
  

Spectrefest 2014: THE GUEST To Open And THE BABADOOK To Close

Spectrefest, the genre festival put on by Elijah Wood and his partners at Spectrevision, has announced its program for its second year. In partnership with Cinefamily, the program has been spread out over two months starting next Thursday, September 4, with... More »
  

Review: AS ABOVE/SO BELOW, Found-Footage Garbage In/Garbage Out

If you gain pleasure from beating yourself up for 90 minutes, have I got a movie for you! It's been 15 years since The Blair Witch Project, yet filmmakers still insist upon employing found-footage techniques as though they represent an... More »
  

OPEN WINDOWS: New Poster Stars Elijah Wood And Sasha Grey

Have a look at the new one-sheet for Nacho Vigalondo's thriller Open Windows. His film will be in select theaters on November 7. If you would like to see it earlier, there will be an early VOD release on October... More »
  

Macabro 2014: MEXICO BARBARO Gets An Official Poster, Plus More New Images

Macabro 2014 hosted a very special public conference with seven of the eight directors that are part of the upcoming horror anthology México Bárbaro. It was the first time the project was presented to a wide audience in Mexico City, with... More »
  

Review: THE SUMMER OF FLYING FISH Tries To Tackle A Centuries Old Conflict

The year 2013 was a special one for Chilean cinema, I talked about it in my list of the best Chilean movies of 2013 that I posted here on Twitch. One of the main reasons was the amount of films from... More »
  

Brit Horror ITS WALLS WERE BLOOD Adds Steve Oram, Edward Hogg, And More

The history of a haunted house, from the 19th century to today, will be explored in spooky fashion in the British anthology film Its Walls Were Blood. Steve Oram (Sightseers), Edward Hogg (Anonymous), and Polly McIntosh (White Settlers) have all joined... More »
  

Review: CANOPY, An Interesting Experiment, But Less Than It Could Have Been

It was back in the early 2000's, shortly after the release of O Brother, Where Art Thou, that word began to circulate that the Coen Brothers intended to shoot a film adaptation of James Dickey's novel To The White Sea.... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Charlie Hunnam To Be Crowned In Guy Ritchie's KING ARTHUR Film

Charlie Hunnam will be crowned king in Guy Ritchie's upcoming King Arthur film. The Sons of Anarchy star is in final negotiations to play the titular role in what Warner Bros. is planning to be a six film series, according... More »
  

Review: THE CONGRESS, Ambitious And Mostly Successful

Loosely based on the sci-fi musings of Stanislav Lem, Ari Folman follows up his Oscar-nominated Waltz With Bashir with this ambitious and mostly successful exploration of celebrity, cinema and the subconscious. One of the biggest criticisms of Cinema, and Hollywood... More »
  

The UNDERWORLD Reboot Is On Its Way

There are some reboots you did not know you needed until they are already happening. Lakeshore Enteratinment is rebooting the Underworld franchise, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The first Underworld film dropped in 2003 and three sequels emerged in 2006, 2009,... More »
  

Review: THE NOTEBOOK, A Chilling Tale Of Creepy Twins In WWII Hungary

The idea of viewing wartime through the eyes of children has had its share of cinematic treatments over the years. Based on a prize winning novel of the same name, Hungarian director János Szász adds The Notebook/Le Grand Cahier to that... More »
  

Check Out Simon Pegg In This Animated Poster For KILL ME THREE TIMES

Kriv Stenders' thriller Kill Me Three Times, starring funny man Simon Pegg, is all set to have its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday, September 6, 2014. We have a new animated poster to share with you. Simon... More »
  

Review: KUNDO: AGE OF THE RAMPANT Marches With A Confident Swagger

With big stars and a hefty budget, Kundo: Age Of The Rampant marches into theaters with confidence and tongue planted firmly in cheek. This hybrid period film owes more to spaghetti westerns than the history of its Joseon Era setting... More »
  

Review: THE LAST OF ROBIN HOOD Kills Off Errol Flynn Once And For All

There aren't enough R's in "Errol Flynn" to convey just how R-rated the actor's life truly was. It's said that Flynn, one of the most iconic Hollywood swashbucklers to ever live (his most famous work, 1938's The Adventures of Robin... More »
By Jim Tudor   
  

Utopia: The Tel-Aviv International Festival of Science Fiction and Fantastic Film Announces First Titles

Presenting a marvelous banquet of fantastic titles with their first announcement, Utopia: The Tel-Aviv International Festival of Science Fiction and Fantastic Film has, in the proverbial sense, something for everyone -- as long as you have good taste in genre... More »
  

Amazing One-Sheet For WHY HORROR? Doc Will Blow Your Brains Out

Wow. The one-sheet poster for the upcoming documentary Why Horror?, illustrated by the illustrious Goulish Gary Pullin, is truly awesome. His level of talent sickens me. You have the host and tour guide through the realms of horror, Tal Zimmerman, losing... More »
  

Fantastic Fest Second Wave Of Films Announced, NIGHTCRAWLER To Close

As I will be attending my very first Fantastic Fest in but a few weeks, I now feel, more than ever, that it is my duty to present news on the fest (not that I wasn't willing to before). So,... More »
  

Review: H2OMX, Or, Mexico City Has A Lack Of Water Problem

José Cohen and Lorenzo Hagerman's H2Omx is in the vein of those documentaries that have raising awareness on a current problem as main objective.Its subject might be a local issue, that affects Mexico City and other nearby places, but the... More »
  
 
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