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Official Poster for ‘What the Waters Left Behind’ Has Emerged
Written by Chris Savage, August 31, 2017
We’ve been keeping a close eye on Luciano and Nicolás Onetti’s latest flick, What the Waters Left Behind, for a while now, and we’re pretty stoked to check this one out. If you’re, too and you able to make your way to the upcoming SITGES film festival this October, you’ll be able to catch the

The Official Trailer Has Arrived for’ What the Waters Left Behind’
Written by Chris Savage, May 27, 2017
Luciano and Nicolás Onetti have put their Italian giallo influences to one side as they venture into something quite different with their upcoming slasher/road horror movie What the Waters Left Behind, and below we have for you the first official trailer which made its debut in Cannes on May 20th. Check out the goods below

‘Iron Sky: The Coming Race’ Releases its Insane Official Teaser Trailer
Written by Chris Savage, May 17, 2017
I loved, loved, loved Timo Vuorensola’s Iron Sky, it was just an epic feast for the eyes and ears that was totally insane, but it worked. However, it left me wondering just how are they ever going to top it? Well, the sequel, Iron Sky: The Coming Race recently dropped its teaser trailer and it features

The Official Trailer Has Arrived for the Dark Superhero Movie ‘Rendel’
Written by Chris Savage, May 15, 2017
Several years ago we learned that Jesse Haaja was set to adapt his comic book character Rendel, into a feature film, and while we have had little teases since then, not much has really been revealed. But that all changes today my friends. The first official trailer for Rendel, a Finnish superhero movie has arrived, and

A Finnish Troll Looks to Eat Your Soul in ‘Backwood Madness’
Written by Chris Savage, April 18, 2017
Trolls are back, and goblins, too, and we have some delicious treats just for you! From Ari Savonen comes Backwood Madness, a story about a conflict between man and creatures of the forest during World War II, and below we have your first look at some of the creatures featured in the movie and they look absolutely hideous, in

In a Lonely Place [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, March 6, 2017
I’m sure Davide Montecchi’s In a Lonely Place will divide a few of you, and as I’m writing this I’m still trying to process my head around this one. In a Lonely Place is without question a beautifully shot film, it has this sort of melancholy enchantment about it and it simply draws you in. It’s

These Mermaids Are Out for Flesh in Agnieszka Smoczynska’s ‘The Lure’
Written by Chris Savage, January 7, 2017
We’re always on the look out for something a little bizarre and verging on the weird and we believe we have found that for you in the form of Agnieszka Smoczynska’s The Lure (Córki Dancingu).  It’s a film which features flesh-hungry mermaids who find their way to shore, in doing so they find fame at a

Hong – Jin Na’s ‘The Wailing’ Hits UK DVD This January
Written by Chris Savage, December 16, 2016
Hong – Jin Na’s (The Yellow Sea, Chaser) The Wailing has been on our radar for quite some time now, and perhaps some of you in the UK have had a chance to witness this one when it hit limited cinemas and On Demand this past November 25th? If not, no need to fret as

First Look at ‘What the Waters Left Behind’
Written by Chris Savage, December 14, 2016
From Luciano and Nicolás Onetti (Francesca) comes their latest horror flick What the Waters Left Behind (Los Olvidados) and it has us absolutely intrigued. So, we thought we’d share it with you. Below you can find the early details as well as the first photos from the set, let us know if you’ll be keeping an

‘Meatball Machine’ Gets a Sequel with ‘Kodoku: Meatball Machine’
Written by Chris Savage, December 7, 2016
The long-awaited sequel to Yudai Yamaguchi and Jun’ichi Yamamoto’s Meatball Machine is on the horizon with Yoshihiro Nishimura’s Kodoku: Meatball Machine. And the powers that have just dropped an official NSFW trailer, and it is balls-to-the-wall insanity! Just like the original, this one looks like a flat-out gore-fest, with some pretty epic action scenes. If you like the bizarre, head

‘Train to Busan’ Hits Blu-ray & DVD in the U.S.
Written by Chris Savage, November 17, 2016
Chances are that many of you missed Train to Busan [REVIEW] during its limited theatrical run, which is a shame, as the film has been highly praised with many hailing it as the best zombie movie for the past few years. So, thankfully the film will soon be hitting Blu-ray, DVD and digital, and we have all

New Official Clip & Fun Illustrated Poster for ‘Train to Busan’
Written by Chris Savage, October 26, 2016
Yeon Sang-ho’s Train to Busan [REVIEW], will be making its way into UK cinemas this Friday, October 28th, and with that date looming just around the corner, we have been provided with a new clip to satisfy that zombie craving, for now. And, as it’s almost Halloween, we’ve also scored a fun, quirky illustrated poster for

[Trailer] South Korea’s ‘The Wailing’ Hits the UK This November
Written by Chris Savage, October 21, 2016
You guys know that South Korea have been delivering on the horror front for years now, just look at A Tale of Two Sisters or the epic revenge thriller I Saw the Devil, If you ever need convincing. And now, it appears as if Hong – Jin Na (The Yellow Sea, Chaser) is returning with his latest

New UK Quad Poster, Trailer & Clip for ‘Train to Busan’
Written by Chris Savage, October 20, 2016
Well, what can we say that hasn’t already been said about Yeon Sang-ho’s Train to Busan? I mean, the film has slayed film festivals the world over, and if you need convincing, just check out Simon Rother’s review of the film HERE, he loved it! So, for our friends over in the UK, we have some very

‘The Similars’ Find a Home on VOD This November 15th
Written by Chris Savage, October 12, 2016
Isaac Ezban’s The Similars (Los Parecidos), is anything but similar, as this looks utterly original and unique, and as such, we’re pretty damn stoked for this sucker. So, head on down below for the official trailer and poster artwork, and when you’re done with that, be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Artsploitation Films Unleashes ‘Killbillies’ Onto DVD & VOD
Written by Chris Savage, October 10, 2016
Tomaž Gorkič’s Killbillies (aka: Idyll, Idila) [Review] is making its way Stateside this October 25th, as the fine, twisted folks over at Artsploitation Films have announced that the film will be released on DVD and VOD. Check out the details and trailer below. If you like films such as Wrong Turn and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, keep

Killbillies [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, October 8, 2016
We’ve had a slew of backwoods horror films and the like, most notably The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and The Hills Have Eyes. And for what ever reason, we just can’t get enough of them. Just look at the Wrong Turn series for example, how many sequels are there now? Anyway, I think we have

Synergetic Distribution Unleashes ‘True Love Ways’ This October
Written by Chris Savage, September 24, 2016
Now this. This right here looks freakin’ cool. Mathieu Selier’s latest flick True Love Ways looks almost like an art-house slasher flick, if that’s even a thing? If not, then bravo on creating such a sub-genre. The film is shot in crisp black and white and it looks stunning, hopefully we’ll have a review for you

Artsploitation Films Unleashes Their ‘Meat’ Onto the World
Written by Chris Savage, September 18, 2016
Maartje Seyferth and Victor Nieuwenhuijs’ Meat has been living in limbo for the past six years just waiting to be unleashed upon the world. Thankfully the awesome folks over at Artsploitaion Films have acquired the unique and unpredictable film for a release on DVD and VOD this September 20th. CHeck out the NSFW trailer and

Der Bunker [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, July 13, 2016
Just when you think you’ve seen it all, along comes this little gem which slaps you around the face, pulls your twisted carcass in, and then spews you out more deranged than before. Der Bunker is brilliant, fascinating and utterly bizarre, yet it has this strange warming charm about it. Anyway, the German-language movie is Nikias Chryssos’ feature debut and