Earlier this week, we brought you the exclusive first look at the poster for Extraterrestrial, the new film from the Vicious Brothers. Now we’d like to share with you the teaser trailer for this IFC release hitting VOD October 17th and select theaters on November 21st.
In the film, a group of college friends travel to a secluded cabin in the woods for a weekend of partying. As the night is winding down, they notice something strange in the sky: A ball of fire descending through the air. They drive out to investigate and find something incredible: The wreckage of a crashed aircraft, along with a pair of ominous footprints that lead out of the ship and into the woods…back towards the cabin.
Universal Pictures is in final negotiations with Alex Kurtzman to direct The Mummy reboot, says The Hollywood Reporter. He is already producing the movie with Chris Morgan. Earlier this month, it was reported that Kurtzman and Morgan will be bringing all the classic Universal monsters together to form a cohesive cinematic universe, an effort that…
The latest entry in the Ju-On series comes with a title that could be considered false advertising. It’s called Ju-On: The Beginning of the End yet it’s not the “beginning” of anything, it’s simply the end. Hell, it’s beyond the end. Here are some alternative titles – Ju-On: Beating a Dead Horse (or dead cat, if you want to stay true to the Ju-On legacy) or Ju-On: The Greatest Hits.
Sadly, an opportunity to reinvigorate a J-horror mainstay has been wasted to regurgitate every Ju-on film we’ve seen to date. Furthermore, it’s disappointing to see writer-director Masayuki Ochiai deliver such a flat-looking film, especially considering he gave us the colorful and textured Infection many years back.
It was only yesterday we were telling you that Eliza Graves was being retitled to Stonehearst Asylum for its October 24th release. Today, we have a trailer along with an updated synopsis.
A recent medical school grad who takes a position at a mental institution soon finds himself taken with one of his colleagues, though he has no initial idea of a recent, horrifying staffing change.
Brad Anderson directs Kate Beckinsale, Jim Sturgess, Michael Caine and Ben Kingsley in this loose adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether.”
Dimension Films announced today that it will release the supernatural thriller Demonic, presented by James Wan (The Conjuring, Insidious), on December 12, 2014. The film is produced by Wan and Lee Clay (Beautiful Boy) and is directed by Will Canon (Brotherhood). The script is based on an original idea of Wan’s.
Golden Globe nominated Maria Bello (A History of Violence) stars as the lead female along with Frank Grillo (The Purge: Anarchy).
The House at the End of Time is one of the most inventive supernatural thrillers to come along in a while – an impressive, confident and creepy debut from Venezuelan writer-director Alejandro Hidalgo. This fresh voice in the genre adopts many of the usual genre tropes, however, he crafts them in a relentless, meticulous manner to serve a story that is full of shocking twists and turns.
The film doesn’t waste any time either. In the first 10 minutes it effectively manages to provide two solid jolts involving leading lady Ruddy Rodriguez (as “Dulce”) who awakens on the floor of her home bleeding and surrounded by shards of a broken mirror. Moments later, we find Dulce being arrested for the murder of her husband and son. Flash forward 30 years later and Dulce is an elderly woman being released from prison but who is under house arrest in the very home she supposedly committed her crimes in.
For the last few weeks, writer-director-rocker Rob Zombie has been building a modicum of mystery for his next feature film effort 31. He has released a few production sketches that got fans speculating and we know “31″ is a reference to October 31st (per Zombie himself). Today, however, details have been revealed.
Zombie launched an official site RZ-31.com and we’re now learning…31 is going to be a crowd-funded effort. My, how times have changed for filmmakers, eh? It’s interesting to see his adopt to this method of financing after previous efforts like Tyrannosaurus Rex and Broadstreet Bullies (his hockey film) fell through.
Here’s the trailer for Black Mountain Side, the Canadian horror production that made its premiere at the Fantasia International Film Festival. You can read my review of it here.
Nick Szostakiwskyj writes and directs this paranoia-driven thriller about a group of archaeologists that uncovers a strange structure in Northern Canada, dating over ten thousand years before the present. The team finds themselves isolated when their communication systems fail and it is not long before they begin to feel the effects of the solitude.