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MPI's Dark Sky Films acquires Antonio Tublen's sci-fi flick LFO

We’ve got some acquisition news to pass along to you folks regarding Antonio Tublen’s LFO as MPI Media Group today announced it has acquired all U.S. distribution and international sales rights to the film, a new science fiction thriller from Sweden. A fall 2014 theatrical release is anticipated for the film, which will be released under MPI's Dark Sky Films banner....

Stills and poster for Peter Engert's Aftermath starring Edward Furlong

Get ready to experience the horror of AFTERMATH from director Peter Engert as it will hit theaters as well as VOD platforms on July 18th through RLJ/Image Entertainment. The apocalypse and hordes of man-hungry zombies go together like a fat kid and cake, which is exactly the case with AFTERMATH as it sees Edward Furlong go up against zombie-like refugees in the apocalyptic horror...

Cool concept art for Robert Rodriguez's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Comic book artist Frank Miller shared a nice little treat today with some very cool concept art for the Robert Rodriguez-directed SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR , and we’ve got them right here for you folks to take a peek at. The concept art looks like it was pulled straight out of a comic book as it features Miller's particular style with black and white panels that display...

Set pics show off Franck Khalfoun's new Amityville house

Franck Khalfoun is currently hard at work on his upcoming take on AMITYVILLE which stars Jennifer Jason Leigh, McKenna Grace, Bella Throne, Cameron Monaghan as well as the previously announced Thomas Mann and Taylor Spreitler. Today, Twitter graced us with the very first look at the film with some set photos featuring the one and only AMITYVILLE horror house! It looks exactly...

Gareth Edwards' Godzilla crashes into a new one-sheet

Much like the last poster we saw for Gareth Edwards’ upcoming GODZILLA , this latest one-sheet celebrates the franchise’s roots as it places the King of Monsters inside the Japanese flag. It took me a second to notice this, but if you look at GODZILLA’s spine you’ll see his name spelled out along his back. It’s a pretty cool and subtle touch to the...

Horror Movie Hotties: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning (2006)

Hope you're all in the mood for a meaty treat, because today we'll be taking a gander at the lovely Diora Baird in the not-so-lovely THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE: THE BEGINNING (2006). This remake/prequel/sequel wasn't exactly praised upon by fans of the original, but at least they had the decency to include a scene with Diora stripping down to her underwear. This moment itself was worth...

Samuel L. Jackson-starring Kite acquired by Anchor Bay

Anchor Bay has taken U.S. and Canadian rights to KITE , the live-action adaptation of Yasuomi Umetsu's popular Japanese anime. Samuel L. Jackson,, India Eisley and Callan McAuliffe star in the Ralph Ziman-directed film, which the distributor will release later this year. KITE takes place in a ...a grim dystopia in which a crooked security force profits from the sexual...

The Quiet Ones will be quiet no more in latest trailer

Yep, Lionsgate has released yet another trailer for their upcoming gothic horror number THE QUIET ONES , although this one uses the old "nursery rhyme" angle that adds an extra bit of creepiness. Still, I feel like I've seen this movie about three times over already. Too see all of our QUIET ONES videos, and lord knows we have more than a few, head over HERE . A...

Ryan Gosling's directorial debut Lost River releases weird image

Ryan Gosling's directorial debut LOST RIVER is heading to the Cannes Film Festival next month, so it's about time we started seeing some goods from it. Formerly titled HOW TO CATCH A MONSTER , it stars Christina Hendricks, Ben Mendohlson, Matt Smith, Barbara Steele, Ian De Caestecker and Eva Mendes and weaves elements of fantasy noir, and suspense into a modern day fairytale....

Cool Horror Videos: David Cronenberg's novel Consumed gets a NSFW trailer

I'm ashamed to admit I had no idea David Cronenberg was publishing a novel later this year. Titled CONSUMED , it's described as the story of two journalists whose entanglement in a French philosopher's death becomes a surreal journey into global conspiracy. But, as this is Cronenberg after all, there is much more going on... CONSUMED deals with, among other things, cannibalism, varieties...

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