Sitges 2010: Trailer For First Person Horror ATROCIOUS

After the global success of the [REC] franchise it is, frankly, surprising that there hasn't been a flood of Spanish language first person horror projects looking to repeat that success. The first that I'm aware of - and one... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Sitges 2010: BURIED Wins Prestigious Melies D'Or

Every year the European Federation of Fantastic Film Festivals gives a pair of awards - the Golden Melies - to the best European Fantastic Films of the year with one prize going to a feature and the other to... More »
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Getting an Orgasm from Integral Calculus: Trailer for RITES OF LOVE AND MATH

Three subjects that are more linked than one might expect, love, passion and mathematics, The Rites of Love and Math is what happens when you combine a Berkeley Math and Physics professor and a French filmmaker (Edward Frenkel and Reine... More »
  

Stellar UK Trailer For Fantastic Fest Winner WE ARE WHAT WE ARE

Right on the heels of winning the prestigious Next Wave Awards for Best Film and Best Script at Fantastic Fest - and immediately before its imminent arrival at the Sitges festival in Spain - a new trailer for Jorge... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Sitges Announces Noves Visions Program

The 2010 edition of the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival has just announced their complete Noves Visions program. The program where the festival places the young, edgy material, this is the big discovery program of the festival. Here's the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Complete 2010 Sitges Lineup Announced!

Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to Sitges 2010:EXORCISMS, VAMPIRES, ZOMBIES, MARTIAL ARTS AND LITERS OF BLOOD AT SITGES 2010The 43rd SITGES - International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia, that will take place from 7 to 17 October, presents its... More »
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Sitges 2010: Paco Cabeza's NEON FLESH Proves Aptly Titled In First Teaser

Soon to premiere at the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival, Paco Cabeza's Neon Flesh (Carne De Neon) looks to establish Cabeza as a sort of Spanish language answer to Guy Ritchie with its stylized tale of violence. The prospect... More »
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John Carpenter's THE WARD Anchors The Next Wave Of Sitges Programming

The 2010 edition of the Sitges International Film Festival has just announced their next wave of programming, a wave anchored by a number of big names - none of them bigger than John Carpenter. Here's the full announcement.SITGES 2010 -... More »
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Fresh Trailer For African-Set Zombie Flick THE DEAD

About to premiere at the Film4 Fright Fest in London before moving on to appearances at Fantastic Fest and Sitges, the Ford Brothers' upcoming zombie picture has been winning a load of advance admiration and excitement based on the early... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Early Look at First Poster for PRIMAL!

Here's a movie I've been hearing about for ages now, and looks like it's finally gearing up for release -- after getting selected for a whole bunch of genre film festivals around the globe, including the first wave of films... More »
  

Sitges 2010 Announces First Wave Of Programming

It's been called the Cannes of genre cinema an the first wave of programming has been announced for Sitges 2010, a lineup featuring the best in genre film of all types from all around the globe. Here's the full announcement!The... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Sitges 2010 Announces JULIA'S EYES And LET ME IN As Opening Films!

Festival season is gearing up in earnest for the genre film world and the Sitges Festival - the largest and most important genre event in Europe - have just dropped their opening titles.Leading off opening night on October 7th will... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

CROPSEY Gets Theatrical Release, New Teaser

The fascinatingly creepy documentary Cropsey is hitting the road for series of theatrical dates after a successful festival run in 2009. The film's theatrical run kicks off on June 4th, 2010 with a screening on the grounds of Willowbrook Mental... More »
  

First Footage Arrives From Philip Ridley´s HEARTLESS!

Philip Ridley won himself a lot of love many years back with a little vampire film titled The Reflecting Skin - a picture that stars a young Viggo Mortensen and an exploding frog - and has asked for a lot... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Sitges 09: Duncan Jones' MOON Dominates The Sitges Awards

The awards ceremony for the 42nd edition of the Sitges Festival ran last night and the big winner was, without a doubt, Duncan Jones' UK scifi picture Moon.  The film took home three major awards, including Best Script, Best Actor... More »
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Sitges 09: Pascal Laugier's MARTYRS Wins Prestigious Melies D'Or

It's arguably the highest award given to genre film in the world and Pascal Laugier's controversial horror picture Martyrs has just taken it.  It is the prestigious Melies D'Or, the annual award granted by the European Federation of Fantastic Film... More »
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'Creature Clip' From SPLICE

Coming hot on the heels of its Sitges premiere, aggregate site Rotten Tomatoes has the first footage available of the film for us not in Spain.    The scene involves young geneticists Elsa (Sarah Polley) and Clive (Adrian Brody) and... More »
  

Sitges 2009: Death Has A Taste In The Teaser For AMER

Of all the films screening in the Sitges Festival - now up and running thought the lady-friend and I won't arrive and gear up coverage until later in the week - the one I am personally most looking forward to... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Sitges 09: Stellar Poster For Neo-Giallo AMER

Set to premiere at the upcoming Sitges Festival in Spain, details are beginning to trickle out about upcoming French-Belgian neo-giallo picture Amer.  Sales company Coach 14 describes the picture this way:Three key moments, all of them sensual, define Ana's life.... More »
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Vincenzo Natali's SPLICE To Premiere In Sitges!

Some good news indeed for fans of high end science fiction anxious to hear what's happening with Vincenzo Natali's Splice.  While distribution politics have kept the film out of the big North American festivals, the Spanish genre fest in Sitges... More »
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