New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Diego. This Saturday Night, Gallery1988 will begin it’s most ambitious, and secretive, project ever, a press release tells Bloody Disgusting.
When I first saw a commercials for Jinn, I thought that Tobe Hooper’s long-shelved film was getting a U.S. release and the “D” was dropped from the title for some reason.
You don’t get more straightforward with movie titles than Alien Abduction. Unless the filmmakers were being cute, you can be fairly certain it’s not going to be about teen vampire romance or polterghouls.
Back in 2005, when Greg McLean delivered is Aussie slasher Wolf Creek to the Sundance Film Festival, horror fans were clamoring for ultra-violent cinema.
Many moons ago, the Weinstein company purchased the rights to the 2006 Thai horror film 13: Game of Death with the intention of making an English-language remake.
While you guys wait for Livide to be pulled from distribution hell, Inside directors Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo quietly made their third horror venture, the 80′s inspired Among the Living, which premiered
Jeepers Creepers director Victor Salva is back with another horror flick, and goddamn he throws A LOT of stuff into this one.
It’s somewhat ironic that Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch’s Starry Eyes, a film that literally singles out ambition as the blackest of human qualities, is the most ambitious film I have seen thus far at SXSW this year.