Full Lineup Announced for the 2018 Cinedelphia Film Festival
Written by Chris Savage, March 14, 2018
Are any of you guys looking to venture out to the Cinedelphia Film Festival in Philadelphia, PA this year? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that the full lineup has been unleashed, and it is jammed to the rafters with all types of films including Jenn Wexler’s The Ranger. The festival runs from April 12-30, and

‘Pyewacket’ Makes its European Premiere at Glasgow’s Frightfest This March
Written by Chris Savage, February 22, 2018
We have just learned that Adam MacDonald’s (Backcountry) brooding supernatural thriller, Pyewacket, will be making its European premiere at Glasgow’s Frightfest this March 3rd, 2018, as well as hitting home video in the UK this April. Read on for the details and let us know if you’ll be keeping an eye out for this one? The film

The Third Annual Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival is Calling for Submissions
Written by Chris Savage, February 6, 2018
Filmmakers! Do you have a micro-short, short or feature film ready to go? If so, the third annual Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival is calling for submissions, and through to February 28th, entry fees for submissions will be at a special low-rate, there after submissions will commence at standard rates until June 15th. Below we have all

AFI Fest 2017 Preview and Recommendations
Written by Jason McDonald, November 6, 2017
The annual American Film Institute Festival kicks off this week on November 9th here in Los Angeles, California and if you’re in the area there are definitely a few interesting selections for us horror fans.  From premieres to conversations, here are a few recommendations to keep your eye on. Of course the main thing people

LA’s ‘Beyond Fest’ Will be Beyond Awesome!
Written by Chris Savage, September 7, 2017
Okay, those of you who can make it to this are some of the luckiest guys and gals around. This years’ Beyond Fest looks to absolutely awesome! Not only will they be showcasing S.Craig Zahler’s latest flick, Brawl in Cell Block 99, they will be unleashing some of the most beloved genre films such as Predator,

First Wave Lineup Announced for the Screamfest Film Festival
Written by Chris Savage, August 30, 2017
Are any of you guys planning on heading out to this years Screamfest Horror Film Festival in Hollywood beginning this October 10th? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that the first wave lineup of films have been announced and we have the goods below, have a peek below. From the Press Release: America’s largest

The All-Female Horror Anthology ‘XX’ to Make its Premiere at Sundance
Written by Chris Savage, December 6, 2016
It has been quite a while since we had an update for you in regards to the all-female anthology flick, XX, but we can reveal that not only has the film completed production, but XX will be making its premiere at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival in 2017 as part of the Midnight line-up. The

The Optical Theatre Festival is Now Open for Submissions
Written by Chris Savage, December 4, 2016
Marking its third year is Domiziano Cristopharo, Antony Coia, and Barbara Torretti’s film festival, The Optical Theatre Film Festival, which is now a Wikipedia and IMDB credited festival after just two annual editions, which is pretty freakin’ huge! So, if you have a trailer, short or feature film, the festival is now open and taking submissions with

‘Bed of the Dead’ and ‘The Unseen’ Have Their World Premieres at the Fantasia Film Festival
Written by Chris Savage, July 13, 2016
I’m pretty sure a few of you will be making your way to the Fantasia International Film Festival, right? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that we have a couple of world premieres to announce. The first is Geoff Redknap’s feature debut The Unseen and the second is Jeff Maher’s Bed of the Dead, both films look set

‘Harvest Lake’ Announces Its European Premiere & More
Written by Chris Savage, May 5, 2016
What’s that? Scott Schirmer’s (Found) latest flick Harvest Lake stars Ellie Church? Sign me the hell up! This girl is the future and we’re so happy just to tag along for the ride, but first, check out Harvest Lake, it sounds awesome, plus it stars none other than Tristan Risk! Yep, what more could you

Submit Your Film for the First LeglessCorpse Film Festival for Potential Distribution
Written by Chris Savage, February 11, 2016
Our friends over at LeglessCorpse Films have just announced that they’re getting into the film festival game as they have launched the annual LeglessCorpse Film Festival, and for all you filmmakers out there, they want you to submit your feature film or short to be in with the chance of winning $500 and the option

[Horror Short] ‘Hellraiser: Origins’ Screens at the HollyShorts Film Festival
Written by Chris Savage, October 29, 2015
Several years ago we ushered in the trailer for the short horror film Hellraiser: Origins from Mike Le Han and Paul Gerrard, a short which was a pitch for the reboot of the Hellraiser franchise, but for whatever reason Dimension Films either didn’t take notice or they passed on the pitch. Either way, we got a

‘Jezebeth 2: Hour of the Gun’ to Premiere at the RIP Horror Film Festival
Written by Chris Savage, October 5, 2015
Earlier in the year we gave you guys the early word in regards to the world premiere of Damien Dante’s Jezebeth 2: Hour of the Gun, at the RIP Horror Film Festival, and with that event taking place this October 30th, we have scored some more details and a friendly reminder just to ensure that date is

Filmmakers – The Horror-On-Sea Film Festival Are Accepting Feature Film Submissions Now
Written by Chris Savage, July 11, 2015
It’s that time of year again, friends. The Horror-On-Sea Film Festival is once again accepting feature film submissions for their upcoming festival this January 2016. And want to know what’s even better? They will not charge a fee for viewing you film or a fee if your film is selected, check out all the details

The Dark Below Makes its World Premiere at the Fantasia International Film Festival This August
Written by Chris Savage, June 15, 2015
A couple of months ago we ushered in the first details and a slew of photos for Douglas Schulze’s (Mimesis: Night of the Living Dead) highly intriguing, and original film The Dark Below, but since then it has been a little silent but it has become very clear now, they have been extremely busy. You see,

El Gigante Grapples with Fantasia’s Frontières Festival
Written by Chris Savage, June 10, 2015
The second wave of projects has just been announced for this years Fantasia International Film Festival as a part of Frontières, and usually I would just announce that the second wave has hit, but something truly awesome has happened. A few months ago I got to witness Gigi Saul Guerrero’s horror short El Gigante, a film that had

Horror at this Years Dances With Films Festival
Written by Jason McDonald, May 28, 2015
After 18 years of operation the Dances with Films Festival is finally old enough to play the lottery.  And old enough to be drafted! It’s truly a magical time in a young film festival’s life. This years Dances With Films features a wide swath of film genres that’ll surely satisfy all kinds of movie enthusiasts.  But

Cooties (2014) Review – Stanley Film Festival
Written by Flay Otters, May 16, 2015
There aren’t a lot of films that tackle the ‘killer-kid/killing kids’ sub-genre because, mainly, this is taboo territory. Films like Max Kalmanowicz’ The Children (1980) or the beautiful 1976 Spanish film, Who Can Kill A Child? or even the original Children Of The Corn, the Belgian Film Welp/Cub or Cronenberg’s The Brood (1979) are near the

The Invitation Movie Review ( SXSW 2015 )
Written by Flay Otters, April 20, 2015
The slow starting, rumbling dread and unease of Karyn Kusama’s The Invitation is borne out in a lot of different ways. From painfully uncomfortable social interactions to suspicions of ulterior motives to unequal emotional outpourings – all of which play right into the wheelhouse of those squigged out by those type of things. This opens

Unfriended Movie Review SXSW 2015
Written by Flay Otters, April 18, 2015
Technology is a fleeting thing – the right now thing that is intertwined in most everyone’s day-to-day life becomes the butt of a joke the next day and near forgotten soon thereafter. It is the nature of the ever-changing, ever-charging technological world we find ourselves in. So it is natural for a film like Unfriended