Bold, beautiful and utterly bonkers, Ben Wheatley's A Field in England is a mind-bending monochrome masterpiece likely to alienate as many as it seduces with its surreal visuals and delightfu
Abel Ferrara is exactly what you want in a grindhouse director. He is opinionated and brash yet respectful, with a thick Bronx accent that reeks of 42nd Street. In other words, he was a delight to chat with about Drafthouse Films’s upcoming rerelease of his 1981 rape/revenge flick Ms. 45.
Abel Ferrara and writer Nicholas St. John’s first film, The Driller Killer, subverted the sexism found in most slasher flicks by offering a madman who targets derelicts rather than busty teens.
The lost gem has been restored by Drafthouse Films, who will be releasing the uncut version into theaters later this month - marking the very first time the complete movie has EVER been released theatrically in the United States.
The extreme horror anthology “The ABCs of Death” was inspired by children's books... so now the film's creators pay tribute to that inspiration by releasing a Dr. Seuss-style companion book to the film!
Surreal terrors haunt the new trailer for the historical horror film from "Kill List" director Ben Wheatley. Check it out here!
If Battle Royale taught us anything, it’s that kids battling to the death totally plays. I Declare War is a different take on that theme. This time the weapons are imagined, but the consequences are brutally realistic.
Boobs, blood, crossbows, kung fu, electrocution, and flying lizard men -- all of these things make up the “walking, crawling nightmares from the pits of hell” and they’re coming to you thanks to Drafthouse films and the American Genre Film Archive’s Trailer War.