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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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, 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 »
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 »
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 »
Wasting no time after its theatrical release this coming Friday, August 22, Anchor Bay Films is releasing David Jung's The Possession of Michael King on VOD, iTunes and on Bluray and DVD on Tuesday, August 26. We are going to set... More »
Julian Gilbey, director of A Lonely Place to Die and a segment in ABCs of Death 2, has a new thriller coming out next month. Plastic opens in cinemas on September 12, and we have the key art and a gallery... More »
The documentary Take Me To The River opens nationwide on September 12. Martin Shore's film celebrates the history of incredible Memphis music, following the creative process of multiple generations of musicians as they come together to create a historic new... More »
Eureka Entertainment unveiled its slate of upcoming titles for the fourth quarter of 2014 earlier today, and it's a magnificent selection of additions to their Masters of Cinema series, as well as a fang-tastic blaxploitation boxset to join their growing... More »
Image Entertainment has taken the North American rights for the upcoming horror flick The Houses October Built. The film is the debut feature from Bobby Roe. He also stars in his own flick along with Brandy Schaefer, Zack Andrews, Mikey Roe... More »
The Editor, by members of famed group Astron-6, and the final entry announced for this year's Midnight Madness program at the Toronto International Film Festival, has a pretty new poster! This new poster was illustrated by London, UK based artist... More »
Oh my. Single tear. Prepare thy selves, for ye art about to embark on a quest fraught with moral peril and dangers! J R Salls' film adaptation of the Chick Tract Dark Dungeons will premiere today to a sold out crowd... More »
The dark comic drama It Was You Charlie is opening in Toronto at the Bell Lightbox Cinema on Friday, August 15, and we've got tickets to give away! (Note: the giveaway is over.) First, though, you'll want to watch the... More »
The Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival announced the first four titles of this year's lineup for our festival. Formerly the Dark Bridges Film Festival, we announced these four titles the other night during a screening of Bong Joon-ho's Snowpiercer at our home... More »
In this week's video, I discuss Liam Neeson doing his usual shtick in A Walk Among The Tombstones, a lovely film about an aging couple (Love Is Strange), and Ron Mann's helpful take on the work of Altman.Please watch the video, embedded below. ...
My time as an attendee of the Toronto International Film Festival has nicely overlapped the transition from Festival Then to Festival Now, which I'd argue has taken place over just about exactly the last fifteen years, the same period for which I've been a regular festival-goer. Oh sure, I got...
Another Toronto International Film Festival wraps up, and we look at some of the award winning films, such as The Imitation Game and Felix & Meira, and talk about the remarkable documentary The Look Of SilenceVideo embedded below...
Welcome to a new edition of our column on Latin American cinema! Why is Chile's Valdivia Film Festival considered to be "the best in South America"? What makes Secreto Matusita such an intriguing found-footage thriller, especially for those in Peru? What connection is there between Mexico and Nordic Cinema? And what thrills...
This week sees the release of Michaël Roskam's The Drop, known once upon a time as Animal Rescue. However, it will in all probability also be known as "The Last Movie With James Gandolfini In It", as the late beloved actor (who died more than a year ago already -...