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In preparation for that glorious week of genre film geek bliss that is Fantastic Fest, we thought we’d offer up this preview of all the horror titles to be featured this year. The subgenres range from ghost stories, to apocalyptic anthologies, to documentaries on various horror subjects. Independent, foreign, and big studio titles are all […]
Ben Wheatley is a filmmaker whose career seems aimed directly north. He wowed audiences with Down Terrance, and then proceeded to shove hot coals into our agape mouths with his followup Kill List. To say we are highly anticipating his next film is like saying a zombie uprising occurring simultaneously with an alien invasion and […]
There ain’t no cure for the Summertime blues like ice cream! And this happens to be the single most disturbing, uncomfortable, creepy ice cream advertisement in the product’s history. Horror filmmakers, take note. This clip for Little Baby’s Ice Cream is more genuinely terrifying than most feature-length horror films. (Source: The Laughing Squid)
Today Fantastic Fest has unleashed it’s third and final wave of movie announcements. To say we’re excited would be a huge understatement. The lineup this year appears to be incredibly solid with lots of US premieres and even an extra special screening of An American Werewolf in London with a guest appearance by Rick Baker […]
Today Fantastic Fest announced the second wave of programming for it’s annual film festival. Of course everyone here at Horrors Not Dead was excited to see the releases and we’ve put together a collection of links to all the trailers we could find for the named films along with the descriptions from the press release.
[Model Home Teaser from Nicholas Brill on Vimeo.] She’s the one in the kitchen.
Hey, guys. Remember me? I used to run a site called HorrorsNotDead.com, but then I got paid to write about movies elsewhere on the Internet and totally abandoned my baby to the wilds. Yeah, I suck. The only benefit of me rarely updating HND is that everything that’s on the main page currently happens to […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips ZOMBIES OF MASS DESTRUCTION – After Dark rolls out a new trailer for their Horrorfest titles. HIDDEN – One of the ADF Horrorfest titles I’ve seen. Not bad, kinda slow. THE REEDS – Chalk up another ADF title. THE FINAL – One more ADF Horrorfest trailer. BURIED – I believe I […]
I’m such a sucker for movies set entirely in one location.
Theatrical Trailers and Clips THE CRAZIES – Second trailer. SOLOMON KANE – A cool clip from the movie, which still lacks distribution in the States but since it is a sold, dark fantasy flick, I’m putting it here out of hope. Studio News and Attachments MIRRORS 2 – The Nick Stahl starring sequel to Alexandre […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips CASE 39 – Two new clips for the long-shelved Renee Zellweger, Bradley Cooper and Ian McShane thriller. DAYBREAKERS – A new teaser spot for the damned fine flick out in January. Review here. Studio News and Attachments ZOMBIELAND 2 – Is official and will be shot in 3D. Woody Harrelson and […]
Look, anyone who reads this site with anything resembling regularity should know that I am always willing to throw down with a movie about a pissed-off, larger-than-life animal. But the trailer for BEAR, which will be on the sales floor of this year’s American Film Market, is taking things to motivational level that even a […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips PARANORMAL ACTIVITY – Trailer SAW VI – TV spot Studio News and Attachments HEREAFTER – Matt Damon will star in Clint Eastwood’s next directorial outing, a supernatural thriller produced by DreamWorks. SILENT HILL 2 – Roger Avary and producer Samuel Hadida will be returning to the franchise. No director or cast […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips ANTICHRIST – New trailer, now you can preview tree-of-human-limb sex in HD! SOLOMON KANE – Trailer for the sweet-ass looking upcoming fantasy film. Weinberg just saw it at TIFF and dug it. PANDORUM – Clip Studio News and Attachments FRANKENWEENIE – Tim Burton’s feature length adaptation of his re-animated dog short […]
Starring Mario Batali as a chef who kills (and presumably cooks) his harshest critic. Yes, that Mario Batali.
Theatrical Trailers and Clips THE DESCENT: PART 2 – I’m just going to assume this is going to end up in theaters. A lot of people are shitting on this trailer, but I dig the idea of having her go back down in the caves, which is surprising considering I still hate that stupid movie. […]
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Did I miss something? When did Switzerland start making badass looking sci-fi films? Step aside, PANDORUM, this is how you get shit done:
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Brace yourselves, what I’m about to show you is a trailer for THE UNBELIEVABLE, “A documentary film of an alternate dimension”. If I understand things correctly, it’s just a feature length compilation of stuff from a television show chronicling maybe-but-probably-not true hauntings and what nots. I actually saw part of the show in my hotel […]
From HorrorSquad: I was trawling around the webs looking for something, anything horror related to write about when I came across this teaser trailer for a title I’d rather not name at the moment. That was fifteen minutes ago. If you were to ask me what took place between then and now I could supply […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips JENNIFER’S BODY – The Green Band trailer. Studio News and Attachments SAW VII – Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton are, of course, writing a seventh SAW movie. A seventh SAW movie!! WORLD WAR Z – J. Michael Straczynski’s screenplay for WORLD WAR Z is getting a rewrite from THE KINGDOM scribe […]
Submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society, I call this HorrorSquad post “CEMETERY MAN with blood suckers instead of brain eaters.”
Now I get why Fantastic Fest this year is reaching back to 1977 to include HAUSU, aka HOUSE. It’s positively batshit insane with a side of bloody wtfux fries.
The kind gentlemen at Twitch have once again gifted the Internet with something it doesn’t deserve. For the sake of convenience I’ve embedded the brilliant arbor horror short film TREEVENGE below, because that’s just how Twitch rolls, but do please click on over to show some appreciation to the champs who share such gems. It’ll […]
I’m no Canadian, eh, so I’m unfamiliar with the slushi brand Sloche, but these short ads for their 10th anniversary flavors are great. There are a dozen more of them, but the only two worth your time are above and below. Let’s go to the mall everybody and get a Sloche made out of clowns!
I didn’t realize a trend of calling Green Band trailers Red Band trailers would catch on this quickly, but here we have the first look at Marcus Dunstan’s directorial debut THE COLLECTOR. The flick so far has been shrouded in mystery, but the trailer finally reveals the twist of a burglar who unknowingly breaks into […]
Shock Till You Drop went live with the “Red Band” Trailer for the Diablo Cody scripted, Karyn Kusama directed, Jason Reitman produced JENNIFER’S BODY. The flick looks fun even with me not being a card carrying member of the Cody fanclub, but I’m a little thrown as to how this qualifies as a Red Band […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips CARRIERS – Studio PG-13 horror that looks Badass? Like woah. Studio News and Attachments RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE – Paul WS Anderson returns to the series he first brought to and subsequently ruined on film on September 17, 2010. AFTER DARK FILMS HORRORFEST 4 – ADF gives it the ole college try […]
I came across the title for TERROR AT BLOOD FART LAKE about two weeks ago, thoroughly enjoying a review for it on Amazon that was no doubt written by the director; “Well, needless to say when I finally got to attend a screening I was as excited as a fat girl on a first date. […]
Fantastic Fest and Horror Squad Present: THE COLLECTOR! July 22nd, Alamo Ritz! Theatrical Trailers and Clips DAYBREAKERS – Great looking studio horror. THE BOX – Richard Kelly looks to be regaining some fans with his spin on Richard Matheson. THE ORPHAN – TV spots. Studio News and Attachments GO MUTANTS! – Universal picks up the […]
First let me say that DAYBREAKERS looks great, leagues better than the Spierig brother’s first film, UNDEAD. In in fact, the portrayal of a vampire-only world looks interesting enough to have inspired several (hypothetical) posts in the days to come. The first of which, turns out, is this simple one. Why are there little to […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips ZOMBIELAND – Naturally a US answer to SHAUN OF THE DEAD would feature a ton of hi-def slo-mo. THE STEPFATHER – From the considerate minds behind PROM NIGHT 2009. 2012 – Ahhh how I love you Roland Emmerich. THIRST – US Red Band trailer. Studio News and Attachments 25/8 – Wes […]
The Internet, many things it may be, is not stingy, so I suppose the rest of you can go ahead and watch this trailer for Park Chan-wook’s vampire film THIRST, but in truth this post is dedicated to Randy the Mountain Man. Randy, who you may know/disagree with as the music reviewer around these parts, […]
Look, over there! It’s a Weinberg! It’s a blog! It’s HorrorSquad.com, a new blog managed by HND friendo and general genre wunderkind Scott Weinberg! Enjoy. Theatrical Trailers and Clips SHUTTER ISLAND – Scorsese’s newest burns so good. Studio News and Attachments TRICK ‘R TREAT – Michael Dougherty tells Fango that the forthcoming DVD will be […]
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Does the name Dwight Cenac mean anything to you? No? Of course not, but it means something to me. Back when I was 19 I set out to write and direct a horror movie. It was a complete piece of shit and even though a 45 minute cut of that supposed movie exists, the world […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips TERMINATOR SALVATION – Sorry, no actual horror clips abound this week. Studio News and Attachments THE APPARITION – Dark Castle films slates up another, this time the ambiguously titled haunted house’r. DON’T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK – Katie Homles is headlining the Guillermo del Toro produced creature feature? JEKYLL – […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips DISTRICT 9 – Trailer for Neil Blomkamp’s alien invasion. Studio News and Attachments THE DARK TOWER – J.J. Abrams tells MTV that as soon as “LOST” finishes they’ll muscle up for the film series. Considering STAR TREK is posed to be a huge success, I have a feeling Abrams will muster […]
I am unclear what number of films is necessary to declare an entire orbit around the sun in the name of a niche, but going on quality, the inhuman ones are posed for a comeback. The stretch is a touch arid between the recent DVD of THE BURROWERS (review) and THE WOLF MAN in November, […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips CASE 39 – This Renee Zelwegger vehicle has been bounced around so many times I’m not positive it’ll ever end up theatrical. H2 – Trailer for Zombie’s HALLOWEEN sequel looks even more unnecessary than his first go at running a treasure into the trailer park mud. Studio News and Attachments BIOSHOCK […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips HALLOWEEN 2 – Clip from Entertainment Tonight. CREEK – Lionsgate has yet to pin a release date for Joel Schumacher’s Nazi experiments flick once titled TOWN CREEK. Studio News and Attachments Fox Atomic Dies – Fox Atomic is, in all likelihood, getting folded back in to 20th Century Fox. How this […]
Either this was a weak week for news or I just missed a ton of crap because I was busy buying a house. Austin here we come! //end brag Theatrical Trailers and Clips THE TORTURED – First trailer. Studio News and Attachments THE BOX – Richard Kelly gives some bullet points on his adaptation of […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips THE HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT – Clip SORORITY ROW – Trailer. Studio News and Attachments SAW VI – Shawnee Smith is in the latest installment? Why the hell not? LOST BOYS 3 – Why the hell not? DAYBREAKERS – Lionsgate bumps the vampire flick down the line to the newly claimed horror […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT – Five clips. THE BOOB – I didn’t want this section to be empty and since this very short short is playing at SXSW… Studio News and Attachments MANDY LANE – Senator is finally going to release ALL THE BOYS LOVE MANDY LANE (review) on […]
I forgot to mention this in last week’s news post, so it gets a spot all its own. That and it’s a great teaser that won’t ruin a thing for anyone still unexposed to either [REC] or QUARANTINE.
Dreadful week for news. Theatrical Trailers and Clips None. Studio News and Attachments FROZEN – Helmed by Adam Green, A Bigger Boat’s first production gets its central triumvirate cast: Kevin Zegers, Shawn Ashmore and Emma Bell. DEAD AT 17 – Vanessa Hudgens wants the lead role in the adaptation of the comic series about a […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips THE DESCENT 2 – Trailer. Gander it quick as it keeps getting yanked from YouTube. Despite severely hating the first one, this looks like like a solid flick. Studio News and Attachments SUBTERRANEAN – Sean Hood has scored writing duties on Marcus Nispel’s next film, as explained by this amusing anecdote […]
Trying out a new format this week. Theatrical Trailers and Clips THE SHORTCUT – Trailer. THE HORSEMAN – 13 second clip. Studio News and Attachments DRAG ME TO HELL – Test screenings are going out for both a PG-13 and R cut of Sam Raimi’s return to horror. Rut roh. MY BLOODY VALENTINE – Exec […]
For those keeping tabs, I’m back home. Don’t expect my rantings about Asian movies to end, though. Theatrical Trailers and Clips FRIDAY THE 13TH – Clips GRACE – Second teaser THE UNINVITED – Six long minutes. Studio News and Attachments Dan Simmons’ Sci-Fi series HYPERION coming to the big screen! At the hands of DAY […]
Also, check out Scott Weinberg’s reviews for Sundance first runners GRACE, THE KILLING ROOM, DEAD SNOW, and MOON. Theatrical Trailers and Clips MUTANT CHRONICLES – Red band trailer for MC’s limited theatrical run in the states in April, even though I saw it in a legal Korean DVD shop yesterday. GRACE – Clip. No pick […]
Note: was anyone else aware that South Korea has a reality show about exorcisms? And that its music is the SAW theme? Also, what billiards game involves a blue pool table with no pockets and only three balls, the goal of which, as far as I can surmise, is to hit both balls after bouncing […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips THE UNBORN – Clip THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT – Trailer AUTOPSY – Trailer THE THAW – Trailer Studio News and Attachments People are incredibly, incredibly, incredibly stupid. As in, complete fucking morons for believing that not only is GHOSTBUSTERS 3 secretly filming, but that they built a giant walking […]
I am not an ardent devotee of Wes Craven’s original THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT. My first viewing of it was a disturbing one, I won’t lie, but I’ve never felt the debt to its shock and awe the previous generation does. I draw no enjoyment from it, just a respect for its contribution […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips EDEN LOG – Trailer Studio News and Attachments Paul W.S. Anderson will not deboard his RESIDENT EVIL life raft. MGM buys THE HOW-TO GUIDE FOR SAVING THE WORLD, which might as well give up. We all know MOM AND DAD SAVE THE WORLD, not some guy with a tutorial. The new […]
Theatrical Trailers and Clips FRIDAY THE 13TH – New Trailer. Purists be damned, I think it looks badass. Plus, was that Willa Ford water skiing topless? Sold! THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL – Four Clips Studio News and Attachments Sigourney Weaver is talking up a theoretical project with Ridley Scott to bring Ripley out […]
A couple of horror game trailers and clips have hit the scene in the last week, here are my thoughts: RESIDENT EVIL – Wii Port First up we have the new trailer for the (so far) Japan only release of the RESIDENT EVIL remake. It shows a trailer, which shows off nothing that we haven’t […]
The first trailer for Splatterhouse has arrived: I must admit, the trailer reminds me of HOSTEL and that does not bode well. Although the graphics sure look uninspired, there isn’t too much to praise or condemn. With no real gameplay or features shown, it is more of a teaser than anything. In the end it’s […]
Directed by David Goyer, the idea man behind DARK CITY, BATMAN BEGINS and THE DARK KNIGHT, featuring Gary Oldman, an Auschwitz ghost possession and a guy in a patient smock doing the always effective upside down body crawl. Does THE UNBORN look great or what?
Twitch is, by far, the best source for cute, completely harmless trailers. The site’s owner, Todd Brown, has a gift of plucking quality from the ether. Case and point, this trailer for Katie’s Journey, directed by Samuel Jorgensen. If google is to be believed, "A little girl must reconcile with her father after a family […]
[coolplayer autoplay="false" loop="false" download="hide"] http://horrorsnotdead.com/vids/30don_trailer_red.flv [/coolplayer] I dig this harder ‘Red Band’ trailer and following scene from the David Slade (Hard Candy) directed adaptation of Steve Niles pitch black graphic novel so much that I actually went out of my lazy way to install a plugin to embed this duo for all equally lazy people […]
When I was doing this past week’s news re-cap I came across a post on Arrow in the Head that was shilling a new STD’er called Gamebox 1.0. My thoughts regarding nerd usage in plots should be obvious by this point. I don’t believe it to be a bad idea, but people drastically need to […]
You don’t need a plot re-cap from me. You don’t need a cast update. All of that is in the teaser. All you need to know is that 1408 is an adaptation of a Stephen King short story and that it looks wild. On a more disheartening note, AICN has an early review of the […]
Trailer mashups and re-cuts are the new Star Wars kid. Ten of them pop up each day, most of them are average at best if you bother to watch them. However, Chris Rule’s Scary Mary is slick enough to deserve your minute. Scary Mary at the Disney Blog.
If you’re 555, then Jim Carrey is 2/3. Or that’s what the attractive trailer for Joel "Let’s cast Ahnud as Mr. Freeze" Schumacher’s latest film would have you believe. I’m a fan of the number, there are a chain of coincedences in my own life that led it to be my favorite early on, but […]
I made mention of it in the below weekly news re-cap, but the US domestic trailer for Tom Tykwer’s latest film is so captivating that it deserves a post in and of itself. Perfume: The Story of a Murderer Domestic Trailer I can’t wait.
Today you’ll see this on nearly every website relating to movies, but what would people hop on if it weren’t for bandwagons? The first intarweb viewable trailer for Grindhouse is up, but it looks like it’s only for Robert Rodriquez’s Planet Terror, zombie outbreaking badassness half. I’m guessing it was captured from last night’s Scream […]
Film geeks are surely already aware of it, but for anyone not paying attention, the Toronto International Film Festival has been going on for the past week or so (if you’re there, I hate you). I’ve gone ahead and sifted through the buzz on the upcoming crop of genre pictures (some I hadn’t even heard […]
I needed a break from writing for the upcoming Chicago International Film Festival (yes, I just plugged myself, I need to constantly convince my ego that I am a decent writer) so I began my usual routine of movie news perusal and much to my delight I found the boys at Bloody-Disgusting had a link […]
I point you towards this trailer for Adrift, another people stuck in the ocean movie, not because it’s all that great of a trailer, but because the concept is so damned simple that it is genuinely terrifying to me. Open Water had some cleverness to it, but really it was an exercise in tedium, because […]
If the poster alone isn’t enough to make you want to see 13 (Tzameti), a hard boiled thriller about Russian roulette insanity, I dare you to watch this trailer and not move closer to the screen when instructed to stare at that judicious light bulb. This is the kind of story I crave these days: […]
Extremmmmeeeeee Zombies!!!!!! I never thought I’d get the chance to sit in a theater with a pair of dorky red and blue glasses on and watch a horror movie in that wacky, extreme-2-the-max, third dimension, but it seems a company you’ve never heard of, Midnight Movies Entertainment, has enough faith in a gimicky Night of […]
I was waiting until I finally watched Tail Sting to throw up the single greatest B-Movie poster ever made. Giant, mutant scorpions. On a submarine! That is sooo Stinger! Check out the trailer here or the official synopsis here. It sounded equally generic as the original, until I read this: [...] discloses the startling secret […]
This is one of those times where I pull the Sci-Fi card out. You may have heard about Heroes, an hour long series NBC picked up for their Fall slate, about people who start to realize they have super powers. If you’re like me, when you heard about it you laughed it off as being […]
I try to keep this blog genre related only, but every now and then I’m compelled to break that rule. Both the teaser and poster for Koldo Serra‘s Spanish lensed The Backwoods are too good not to share. That poster alone is awesome in its ’70s throwback style – especially the tag line. And, let […]
PARSELTOUNGE MUTHAFUCKA, DO YOU SPEAK IT?!?! I’d been waiting for the real trailer to come out just so I could use that line, but, in reality, this trailer TV spot is incredibly boring and entirely undeserving of such enthusiasm. Except for this shot of Samuel L. Jackson holding what looks like an underwater harpoon gun. […]
Here I am to keep with my original promise to let everyone know every little thing that I can find out about the movie with that incendiary poster. The teaser trailer was pretty cool, but now the the full trailer has raised the bar once again. I’m talking to the point where I was actually […]
When not training to be the ultimate fighter, Uwe Boll tries to make movies based off video games that should never have had movies made from them in the first place. You may not recognize the title, but this is his Dungeon Siege movie. Did Dungeon Siege even have a plot past hacking and slashing […]
If you watched the video posted a few weeks back, you’ll have seen some of this footage, but even with any familiarity and the language barrier, it looks like city-wide monster mayhem perfection. The Host‘s native theatrical release is in a few weeks, but if Korea’s DVD habits keep up, I’ll have a copy in […]
Well, that didn’t take long. It was attached to prints of the infallibly mediocre Omen remake as a lure for fans, but of course it’s turned up online today. You can view it in the HD format right now, or you can wait until what appears to be 10pm-4am to watch it in regular ‘ole […]
Yawn. As virtuous as it is for a lot of fans, I actually am pretty indifferent to the 1973 Wicker Man. It has a killer ending, obviously, but there are stretches of the film that, well, stretch. Thus, I didn’t care one way or the other about the announcement of the remake. And after this […]
I had no clue what it was about, but I was sold on Colic months ago. Now KFCC has gotten the heads up on an actual synopsis, as well as a link to the official site, which contains the first teaser trailer for it. Can any moving images ever live up to that poster? It […]
I’ve been reading and checking out pictures of The Host for what seems like months now, but haven’t seen any footage of it until today. And all my hopes have been confirmed. (trailer link at bottom, as always)
I honestly don’t know jack about Ghost Rider, but the trailer for the first film adaptation is out, and some of it looks pretty damned geektastic.Ghost Rider Trailer
A while back I posted the teaser trailer for German director Tom Tykwer’s upcoming chiller Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, which is a film I’ve been interested in for some time now. Well, a few days ago the film’s native site went live, and with it came the full trailer (albeit in German). I […]
Not straight shot of horror, but comeon, this flick looks pretty damned fun. I’ve never been one of the bandwagon Shyamalan haters – I think the man is a great director – and on top of that, Christopher Doyle is doing the cinematography; so I am very interested. Doyle is the most talented cinematographer alive […]
What the genre needs most are more movies about children being swallowed by houses. Thank the gods for Robert Zemeckis and Steven Spielberg, who produced this CGI fest, which is directed by Gil Kenan. All I ask is that it be at least as scary as "Ah! Real Monsters!" Monster House Full Trailer
Lovecraft is a sacred word around these parts, so much so that I'm sure people are tired of hearing me mention it. But the man's influence on fantasy horror is so dominant that I can't think of a single fantasy horror film that doesn't owe its roots to 'ole H.P. So when I hear about […]
The full trailer for the John Moore helmed remake of the 1976′s classic The Omen has hit today. It’s not a bad trailer, but honestly I don’t care about the movie one way or the other. But since the original is such hallowed ground in the horror genre and there really haven’t been any new […]
Hatchet is a film by some guy – and I say some guy because there is no reason to know him – named Adam Green, and while I know very little as to what the film is about, I do know that the flick has been getting a lot of name recognition around horror sites […]
Black Night, a new Asian horror anthology with entries from Japan, Hong Kong and Thailand, looks flat out amazing! Each of the shorts depicts an urban legend, but what seals the deal is that Asian urban legends are apparently psychotic. None of this caller-is-inside-the-house or escaped-mental-patient-with-a-hook-for-a-hand BS. The trailer is for just the Thai section […]
From AICN: UPDATE: According to New Line, the footage linked below is not a trailer, rather an assemblage of clips exclusive to TagWorld. The effects seen in this footage aren’t finished & are works in progress, not reflecting the film’s final effects work. The official teaser trailer should be coming in about a month. Well […]
In the land of internet time, I’m years late on posting this, but this teaser works so well that I should. I had downloaded the trailer when it was first posted on Twitch almost two weeks ago, but then forgot to watch it and just now found it on one of my drives. I don’t […]
Chances are pretty good that unless you’re a geek (or dating a geek), you’ve never heard of The Woods – except maybe that it is the film that forced M. Night to rename The Village as it had attempted to steal the title. Lucky McKee’s followup to his very respectable directorial debut, May, has been […]
Save for Creep, my recent UK experiences have been pretty unrewarding. But Twitch put up a trailer this morning for a no-budget, psycho flick called Broken. The trailer itself is fairly typical of this type of fare, but it does have some moments that slightly catch you off guard. Plus, I haven’t seen a hobbling […]
Todd at Twitch posted today about an upcoming indie zombie flick called, of all things, Automaton Transfusion. You can check out the trailer here and the site as well. The footage looks very nicely shot and obviously the production has some genuine heart behind it, but at the same time there isn’t a single thing, […]
I was spreading around a bootleg cut of this trailer a few months ago, but the glossy one is now up at Apple, so check it out. Pulse I wasn’t the biggest fan of the source of this remake, the 2001 Kiyoshi Kurosawa film Kairo, but I think that is due entirely to me being […]
I only played the first Silent Hill years ago, and not full through, so I’m not sure how much of a screen adaptation this is, but the trailer for Christophe Gans’ (Brotherhood of the Wolf) film is up and it looks like the best video game film yet. Gans’ has done what others have failed […]