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Exclusive clip from Karyn Kusama's The Invitation with Logan Marshall-Green

This Friday, Drafthouse Films will finally unleash Karyn Kusama's THE INVITATION after the indie thriller generated a ton of good buzz as it traveled the festival circuit. Today we're happy to bring you a creepy exclusive clip from the film, which features Logan Marshall-Green witnessing... well, see for yourself. This is one of those movies where the less revealed, the better. In...
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04.04.2016
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Review: Drafthouse Films Presents Dangerous Men

PLOT: When a young couple is attacked by bikers on the beach, all hell breaks lose. The woman finds herself desperate to take a little revenge which leads to her own murderous journey. Eh, who the f*ck am I kidding, there really there is no plot… this is just an absolute mess. REVIEW: Let’s face it, DANGEROUS MEN is beyond bad. We are talking THE ROOM, TROLL 2 and PLAN 9 FROM...
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10.28.2015
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Brit Marling turns her back in new poster for The Keeping Room

After 8 months of quietude on the western front of THE KEEPING ROOM - a revenge thriller starring Brit Marling - a fresh one-sheet for the flick has been unrolled. Also starring Sam Worthington and Hailee Steinfeld, the flick debuted at TIFF last year, and now looks to hit the public on September 25th, courtesy of Drafthouse Films. Get a gander at the new poster underneath (via...
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08.12.2015
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Karyn Kusama's The Invitation invited in by Drafthouse Films

Drafthouse Films has acquired worldwide rights to Karyn Kusama’s thriller THE INVITATION , which had its world premiere at this year’s SXSW Midnight section. No release date has been announced just yet, but it's likely the film will see a limited theatrical release as well as a VOD launch. The film's synopsis: Will and Eden were once a loving couple. After a tragedy took their...
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04.06.2015
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Insane trailer for Roar, the movie starring 150 untrained wild animals

Drafthouse Films is gifting us with another wild re-release, after successfully blowing our minds (well, my mind) with such titles as MIAMI CONNECTION and THE VISITOR. This one is ROAR , a 1981 bit of insanity written and directed by EXORCIST producer Noel Marshall. What makes this movie so special? How about the fact that Marshall and family (including wife Tippi Hedren and step-daughter...
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03.10.2015
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Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead's Spring set for March release

Back in September the much buzzed about SPRING —from directing tandem Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead—was snatched up by Drafthouse Films, and now they’ve just announced that the film will be heading our way in theaters and VOD this March 20th; get excited. Benson and Moorhead's claustrophobic psychological haunter, RESOLUTION, is a stunner (one that you should...
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01.27.2015
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Elijah Wood's SpectreVision & Drafthouse Films team on The Greasy Strangler

Elijah Wood's production company SpectreVision and Drafthouse Films have announced today they will join forces with Rook Films and Timpson Films to produce the marvelously-titled THE GREASY STRANGLER , which will be directed by Jim Hosking (ABC's Of Death 2: G is for Grandad). Shooting is slated to begin shooting in Los Angeles this spring; no cast has been revealed just yet. The...
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01.21.2015
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Drafthouse acquires Daniel Barber's The Keeping Room, starring Brit Marling

Sometimes the fine line between a western thriller and outright horror is not as evident as it seems, although the western setting can certainly deliver brutal and dangerous situations. Look at films like DEAD BIRDS or THE BURROWERS, which utilized the western settings to create creepy and unsettling terror. But even without a supernatural or monstrous nemesis a well done western...
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12.16.2014
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Insane red-band trailer for Sion Sono's Why Don't You Play in Hell?

Whoa, boy...this one looks like a bloody good time! On tap for ya today we have the insane red-band trailer for Sion Sono's WHY DON'T YOU PLAY IN HELL?, which arrives in select theaters this Friday, November 7. This latest trailer follows the batch of stills we recently brought you, and from everything we've seen so far from this energetic-looking flick, I'd say...
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11.05.2014
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Sion Sono's Why Don't You Play in Hell? releases bloody new stills

Sion Sono has directed some "out there" flicks before - I'm thinking of SUICIDE CLUB and COLD FISH in particular - but his latest might be his most bonkers yet. WHY DON'T YOU PLAY IN HELL? is an ode to 35mm filmmaking, yakuza movies, bloodshed and all things outrageous, and we've got a handful of new stills from it to share with you; check them out below....
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10.24.2014
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Exclusive! Pic from ABCs of Death 2 segment X is for Xylophone!

The ABCs OF DEATH are back! As you likely know, Magnet Releasing and Drafthouse Films are dishing out ABCs OF DEATH 2 on VOD today, ahead of the anthology's theatrical release on October 31st. To get you pumped for the demented 26-part feature, we have an exclusive still to share from one of the segments! The segment in question is "X is for Xylophone," from...
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10.02.2014
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U.S. poster debut for Sion Sono's Why Don't You Play in Hell?

Last year we learned that Drafthouse Films had picked up COLD FISH and SUICIDE CLUB director Sion Sono's latest bloodbath, WHY DON'T YOU PLAY IN HELL? Today we have the U.S. poster debut to share with you as well as word that the film will finally see a release, hitting theaters on November 7. The insane-looking flick, which stars Jun Kunimura, Fumi Nikaidô, and...
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09.30.2014
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