SXSW 2014: Have A Creepy Look At Nicholas McCarthy's HOME

Hot on the heels of a trio of images from Nicholas McCarthy's upcoming horror flick Home, comes our first look at his sophomore effort. In this scene Ashley Rickards plays the mysterious girl who goes to a young couple's house... More »

SXSW 2014: HONEYMOON Teaser Creeps With The Terror Of Being Newlywed

Leigh Janiak's romantic horror Honeymoon is set to have its world premiere this Friday, March 7th, down in dear ol' Austin, TX. So with that we have today a nice little tease of the film.Young newlyweds Paul (Harry Treadaway) and... More »

Gilliam's ZERO THEOREM Finds A US Home

Fans of Terry Gilliam rejoice, for word has just arrived that his latest effort - the Christoph Waltz starring oddity The Zero Theorem - has found a US home with Amplify and WellGo USA teaming up to release the film... More »
By Todd Brown   

BLUE RUIN: Jeremy Saulnier's Brilliant Revenge Thriller Gets Equally Brilliant New UK Trailer

Full marks to the marketing team at the UK's Picturehouse Entertainment. They've got one hell of a film on their hands with Jeremy Saulnier's Blue Ruin, they clearly know it, and they've just gone and released what may very well... More »
By Todd Brown   

Watch The Trailer For Fantastic Fest Award Winner AFFLICTED

Writer-director-stars Derek Lee and Clif Prowse walked away from Fantastic Fest 2013 as big winners, their debut feature Afflicted taking away honors as Best Picture, Best Screenplay and Best Director in the horror section of the festival. And now general... More »
By Todd Brown   

Greatness. STAGE FRIGHT Trailer Mixes Music, Mirth, And Bloody Madness

Nothing in life is guaranteed, but from the first trailer for Jerome Sable's Stage Fright, I am willing to predict that he has absolutely nailed a great horror-comedy musical. Sable made the short The Legend of Beaver Dam several years... More »

SXSW 2014: Watch The Teaser For Midnighter STARRY EYES

All set to have its world premiere in less than a week at SXSW, midnighter horror film Starry Eyes is looking to wow audiences next Saturday in Austin. In anticipation of its debut, a teaser trailer has dropped to give... More »

Exclusive OTHER MONTHS Clip: The Rabbit in the Basement

Set to make its world premiere at SXSW this coming weekend, Nick Singer's Other Months tackles a familiar subject, but promises to shake things up a bit. Here's the description by the festival: Nash spends a year drawing into himself,... More »

Watch An Exclusive Trailer For Josh Zeman's KILLER LEGENDS

Back in 2009 director Josh Zeman created something of a stir with his dark and disturbing documentary Cropsey, a deconstruction and exploration of the real life basis of an urban legend from his home town. And Zeman is back now... More »
By Todd Brown   

Exclusive Clip From THE VISITOR: You'll Need Seat Belts to Watch It, Says Lance Henriksen

Available today on Blu-ray and DVD, The Visitor is one of the most delightfully weird movies I've ever seen. And, in an exclusive clip, the great Lance Henriksen confirms one of my suspicions. In my review, I commented: "I wonder... More »

AMISS: Check The Trailer For A Different Sort Of Korean Indie

Created on a tiny budget over the past two years, dark thriller Amiss is a different sort of Korean indie. Directed by Raoul Dyssell & William Sonbuchner the film is creation of a group of expats and local Koreans working... More »
By Todd Brown   

Crowdfund This! ZOMBOOBIES Need Your Money!

The Zomboobies are coming to Kickstarter, they've got a brand new (and much extended) trailer, and they want your money! Yes, kids, the cult hit mock-trailer that hit the interwebs back in 2012 is looking to make the jump to... More »
By Todd Brown   

Twitchvision: Jason Gorber Talks OSCARS 2014!

Lots of Oscar talk for 2014, with several live hits recording during the ceremony, including my predictions about eventual winners (not too shabby) and a summation of the night's entertainment.2013 was a hell of a year, and as I say... More »

THE HUSBAND Thinks Cars Are Hard

With Bruce McDonald's ultra dark comedy The Husband gearing up for the start of its theatrical run at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto on March 14th the latest in a series of brief teasers have arrived online. And, yes,... More »
By Todd Brown   

THE LAST HALLOWEEN Teaser Goes Down A Treat

Yes, Halloween is still a while off but it never hurts to prepare yourself early. Because you never know which Halloween may be your last.Toronto based director Marc Roussel is putting the final buff and polish on his latest short... More »
By Todd Brown   

THE SACRAMENT Trailer Unsettles As It Reaches For The Light

A new green-band trailer for Ti West's The Sacrament reinforces the impression that this is a mighty unsettling film. From the official synopsis: The Sacrament follows two Vice Media correspondents as they set out to document their friend's journey to... More »

Video Premiere: No One Is Safe From The NIGHT GIANT

After a great festival run that included Fantasia, Toronto After Dark, Vancouver, and Raindance, Aaron Beckum has is making his enjoyable black and white noir/comedy short Night Giant available for all to watch and we've got the exclusive debut for... More »

Twitchvision: Jason Gorber Talks POMPEII, 3 DAYS TO KILL, TIM'S VERMEER And THE WIND RISES

Kind of a dreary week, with the Pompeii failing to erupt and 3 Days To Kill a different kind of disaster. The Wind Rises hits theatres more widely, and while some adore this (last?) film by Myazaki I found it... More »

Watch The Red Band Trailer For Ti West's THE SACRAMENT

House of the Devil and The Innkeepers director Ti West broadens his palette with his latest effort, The Sacrament, a dark tale of starkly realistic religious fanaticism. Here's the how the Toronto International Film Festival described the film at its... More »
By Todd Brown   

Review: Tamil Terror PIZZA Deserves A Slice Of The Action

It's not the easiest thing in the world for general film audiences to adjust to the tropes and accepted suspension of disbelief that many Indian popular films demand. As a result, I find myself handing out more caveats than accolades.... More »
By J Hurtado   
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