Beyond Fest Is Back!

Oh, how they grow up so fast. Just last year Beyond Fest was merely a new born suckling at the crusty teet of its six-headed mother from Mars (they need moms). And now, it's walking and talking and throwing shrunken... More »
  

Toronto 2014: First Trailer for SPRING Is Monstrously Creepy

On the eve of its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, we have a trailer for Spring. The sophomore film from Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (Resolution) was shot last year, mainly on the southwest coast of Italy,... More »
  

Folklore Of The Blues: 5 Questions With MEMPHIS Director Tim Sutton

There is magic in Memphis. Magic and soul, fear and frustration. Music, passion and a heavenly voice that tilts from the throat of a modern monk on a quest for the divine amongst the derelict.When I first got word of... More »
  

Review: MEMPHIS, A Mesmerizing Meditation On The American South

Dusk. A blue summer day ending on a worn and warm boulevard. The pin prick glow of street lamps dazzle in the distance. A figure lumbers down the block. A hat tipped to one side, he is lost in thought.... More »
  

Toronto 2014: First BACKCOUNTRY Clip Confirms You're In Bear Country

See, now, this is why I'm hesitant about visiting Canada and heading into some beautiful woods there, because I'm afraid something like the events depicted in Backcountry will happen to me. Set to enjoy its world premiere at the Toronto... More »
  

MOTIVATIONAL GROWTH: New Trailers To Mark Release Of Don Thacker's Indie

New trailers have been cut for Don Thacker's indie flick Motivational Growth, one each for the Canadian and U.S. releases at the end of September and beginning of October. You will find both of them, for their respected distributors, below. The film... More »
  

Texas Frightmare Weekend 2015 Grabs SCREAM's Neve Campbell For Her First Con Appearance Ever!

From their meager beginnings in a community center in Grapevine, Texas ten years ago to selling out a major convention center in Dallas every year, Texas Frightmare Weekend has become the top horror convention in the Southwest over the last... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Full Disclosure 2014 The Directors Cut: Alfred Hitchcock

This month, the Master of Suspense himself, Alfred Hitchcock would have been celebrating his 115th birthday. But while he shuffled off his mortal coil back in 1980, his legacy remains as healthy as ever thanks to a hugely innovative, influential,... 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 »
  

Trailer For Eduardo Sánchez's EXISTS Ramps Up The Sasquatch Legend

Eduardo Sánchez has returned to the woods with his new film Exists and once again something is hunting a gaggle of young people in this new trailer. Thankfully they are all armed with cameras to document their impending demise for... More »
  

Jorge Michael Grau Heads To Louisiana To CURSE THE DARKNESS

Jorge Michael Grau, director of the Mexican cannibal film We Are What We Are, is heading to Louisiana to direct a new zombie film, Curse The Darkness. The film will be produced by Elijah Wood's production banner Spectrevision, along with partners Daniel... More »
  

DVD Review: THE GRAND SEDUCTION Flirts Lightly

Based on its bold title, you would be forgiven for thinking The Grand Seduction, a new comedy starring stalwart actor Brendan Gleeson, is an epic and complex drama comedy. It is in fact quite the opposite; a simmering small-town affair,... More »
  

CHOPPER Director To Pen Justin Lin's SHAOLIN TEMPLE Remake

Andrew Dominik, the New Zealand writer-director of Chopper, Killing Them Softly and the criminally under-seen western The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford will next write the screenplay for Shaolin Temple, the big-budget remake of the 1982... More »
  

Pretty Packaging: Take A Look At HERZOG - THE COLLECTION Blu-ray Boxset

For Werner Herzog fans with a Blu-ray player, 2014 has turned into a remarkable year, as boxsets of his work are being released on both sides of the Atlantic. In the UK, the BFI released an 18-film boxset, while distributor... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Review: JERSEY SHORE MASSACRE, A Really Dumb Slasher Flick Saved By Good Gore

Teresa and her girlfriends head to the Jersey Shore for a weekend of drunken debauchery. When there is a mix-up with their booking and they have nowhere else to go, Teresa suggests they stay at her Uncle Vito's in the Pine... More »
  

The Many Faces Of Stacy Keach

Looking at this week's releases, one actor pops up in the two biggest films: Stacy Keach! He plays Chloë Grace Moretz' avuncular grandfather in If I Stay, and the pinnacle of human corruption in Sin City: A Dame To Kill... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Review: THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING, It's Not Real Until You Try It On Yourself

Michael King does not believe in God. Michael King does not believe in the Devil. Michael has taken it upon himself to prove that any spiritualism is wrong and when he does that, humanity can move on with their lives... More »
  

Exclusive Interview: Twitch Talks THE F WORD/WHAT IF With Michael Dowse

When I called Michael Dowse for our interview, I tried hard not to sound like a crazy person. I admit that I've been a bit vocal about his films on Twitter, and believe (without any sarcasm or irony) that... More »
  

Canadian Cult Horror Flick THE EDITOR To Open Mayhem Film Festival

The Editor UK Domination Tour, with members of Astron-6 in attendance, will continue this Fall with a stopover at the Mayhem Film Festival in Nottingham, England. This will be the second festival stopover for their film on the island nation.... More »
  
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