Exclusive Clip: BLOODY KNUCKLES Plays With Fire. On Blu-ray Today!

Today on Blu-ray Artsploitation films is releasing Matt O.'s Bloody Knuckles. Bloody Knuckles is a bit of a left field choice from Artsploitation, who've made their name straddling the line between high-minded art films and genre films. This film, on... More »
By J Hurtado   

Have Your Say: What's Your Incredible Imploding Film?

We've all known this pain: you're in a cinema, and the film you're in the middle of watching is absolutely fantastic, delivering far beyond your expectations. And then... it suddenly doesn't. Something sours it, sending the whole construct crashing down... More »
By Ard Vijn   

Crowdfund This: Keep Brooklyn's Spectacle Theater In The Picture

Please note, the author of this article is Christopher Bell, former contributor to The Playlist and director of feature film The Winds That Scatter -- BUWalking around Brooklyn's biggest punchline of a neighborhood ain't what it used to be. In... More »
By Ben Umstead   

THE SUBLET: Your First Look At The Poster For Canadian Horror Flick

TwitchFilm is pleased to give you the first look at the poster for John Ainslie's upcoming chamber piece, the psychological horror flick The Sublet. The film is about to start its tour on the festival circuit so it is time... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Crowdfund This! Support YOUR MOTHER AND I And You Could Meet The Llama

The Indiegogo campaign for Your Mother And I is already at the half way point, both in days and in money raised. Because this short film involves two things that we love, nachos and llamas, we are making sure everyone... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Take A Deadly SHOPPING TOUR In The Debut Release From Sharp Teeth Films

For many years Terracotta Films in the UK has provided some of the Far East's films fans around the globe. Now, Sharp Teeth films sees Terracotta's head honcho branching out into genre films from other parts of the world for... More »
By J Hurtado   

Edgar Wright And Johnny Depp Board Adaptation Of Gaiman's FORTUNATELY, THE MILK

Holy moly are there four great names attached to this project! You ready? THR is reporting that Edgar Wright will direct Johnny Depp in Bret McKenzie's adaptation of Neil Gaiman's children's book Fortunately, the Milk. Jaw. Dropped. Edgar Wright's Coronetto trilogy is one... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Toronto After Dark 2015 Review: PATCHWORK's Combo Of Laughs And Gore Will Leave You In Stitches

Jennifer, Ellie and Madeleine could not be more different from each other. Jennifer is a professional businesswoman ready to celebrate her birthday and closing a big deal at work. Ellie is a party girl looking for a good time. And... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Kickstart This! Support Indie Survivor Horror Thriller HERE ALONE

From the producer of Crabs! and Diverge, two films from Frontieres@Fantasia which I wrote about, come a new indie flick, Here Alone, and it needs your help to complete production. This will be the debut feature film for Rod Blackhurst,... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Toronto After Dark 2015 Review: THE HEXECUTIONERS, Welcome To The Job From Hell

Sanctioned euthanasia is a full blown industry and Malison is just starting to get her feet wet at her new job. After a rough start she is paired up with seasoned veteran Olivia and together they head out to the... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Blood In The Snow 2015: SHE WHO MUST BURN, BITE And SAVE YOURSELF Lead Canadian Film Festival Lineup

The mandate of the Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival is that it only plays Canadian genre films. Isn't it nice to know that our big country with the tiny population houses so many demented minds that they can... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Have Your Say: Gorgeous, Gorgeouser, Gorgeousest...

(Gorgeous: ˈɡɔːdʒəs/ adjective, meaning: beautiful; very attractive.) Guillermo Del Toro's gothic romance fairy-tale Crimson Peak is currently flailing at box-offices worldwide, despite many people liking it a great deal. In his review, Jason Gorber calls it "...a grand vision...", and... More »
By Ard Vijn   

Raven Banner Bangs Heads With DEATHGASM And I AM THOR

Those plucky lads at Raven Banner Entertainment are at it again. The Toronto based production company have picked up two festival faves, kiwi horror comedy Deathgasm and metal doc I Am Thor, for distribution here in Canada.Raven Banner gets Metal,... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Toronto After Dark 2015 Review: THE HOLLOW ONE Demonstrates More Depth Than Its Title Lets On

Rachel Wade left the family farm two years ago for the big city after a tragic accident took the life of her mother. Now living in downtown Seattle the disappearance of her father compels her to return and face her... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Pretty Packaging: Arrow's VIDEODROME Release Does Not Look Like A Beta

In recent years, UK distributor Arrow has comfortably caught up with special edition superstars Criterion and Eureka Masters of Cinema, with Arrow's releases having grown from "neat" to "nice" to "cool" to "awesome". At the moment I'd be hard-pressed to... More »
By Ard Vijn   

Now on Blu-ray: DER TODESKING And ANGST From Cult Epics

Cult Epics is one of the most under-appreciated cult home video labels haunting video store shelves these days.The label's owner, Nico B., has turned his company an essential source for hard-edged avant garde horror and splatter of yesteryear with releases... More »
By Charlie Hobbs   

Now On Blu-ray: A SNAKE OF JUNE Is Still A Masterpiece

A bit of a spoiler alert up front, A Snake of June is my favorite Tsukamoto Shinya film. While I haven't seen all of them just yet, of the eight or so that I've managed to ingest, A Snake of... More »
By J Hurtado   

SAVE YOURSELF Trailer Promises Chills

Director Ryan M. Andrews has just released his trailer for Save Yourself, a film about a bevy of women on the film festival circuit --- in peril. They leave one film screening to attend the L.A. premiere of their new horror... More »

Scream Queen Filmfest Tokyo: Women Horror Directors In Focus In Japan Fest

As the movement to recognize women horror director continues to grow (and women in film overall), festivals around the World are focusing some and all of their programming to women directors. The Scream Queen Filmfest Tokyo's focus is solely on... More »
By Andrew Mack   

DEDfest 2015: CAMINO, GRIDLOCKED And GOODNIGHT MOMMY Highlight Second Wave

DEDfest kicks off in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada next Tuesday and they have announced the remaining films in their lineup. There are a lot of standouts including Goodnight Mommy and Ugandan action flick Who Killed Captain Alex? You can read all... More »
By Andrew Mack   
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