Already available in the States, and soon to hit the UK, Steven C. Miller's The Aggression Scale is violent, mean and a hell of a good movie. I reviewed the US release not so long ago, and you can read that here, and now Steven was kind enough to answer a few questions I threw his way, about The Aggression Scale, Under the Bed, the upcoming Silent Night and more!
August 25, 2012
Great news for genre fans in the UK, and that is that the quite wonderful Some Guys Who Kills People, which is directed by Jack Perez, will be hitting theaters on October 5th. It will then hit Blu-ray, DVD, Download and VOD on October 8th. Rocking good news!
News in that Troma have will be distributing Marc Rohnstock's gory delight Necronos: Tower of Doom in the US over the coming months. More news as I get it, with regards to exact dates.
Darren Lynn Bousman's latest film, The Barrens, will be hitting Blu, DVD and VOD on October 9th from Anchor Bay Films. You will also be able to demand the film at theaters thorugh the TUGG program. Full details, stills and trailer below.
Check after the break for the new alternative poster for Solomon Kane. The film just hit VOD on the 24th and will hit theaters on September 28th. For more details check out my previous post here. Review coming very soon!
Jaume Balaguero's Sleep Tight will be hitting VOD and theaters from October 26th from MPI and Dark Sky Films. Jaume Balaguero is probably best known as one half of the writing/directing team behind the [REC] series of films. More details below.
Magnet Releasing have picked up the worldwide rights to Don Coscarelli's eagerly awaited John Dies at the End. They will debut the film on their Ultra VOD program later this year, with a full VOD release in December and a theatrical release in early 2013.
[REC]3, which premiered in the UK at Fright Fest last night, has a new Red Band trailer to coincide with its UK release. The film will open in select theaters in the UK on August 31st, with a Blu-ray and DVD release on September 3rd through eOne. You can check out the Official [REC]3 UK Facebook page here. Expect a review at the Lair very soon.
The new horror flick, Sinister, from Momentum Pictures, which stars Ethan Hawke will be premiering at this years Fright Fest in London tomorrow night (Aug 26th) and I have the new trailer to share with you. Described as 8mm meets The Shining, Sinister is from the producer of Insidious and Paranormal Activity and is directed by Scott Derrickson.
On October 8th MVM will be releasing the Thai thriller My Ex to DVD in the UK. The film is directed by Piyapan Choopetch, and below you can check out the full synopsis, as well as a ton of bloody stills!
August 21, 2012
With the UK DVD and Blu-ray release of Steven C. Miller's The Aggression Scale fast approaching (September 3rd), I have a new clip to show you. The clip is entitled "It's a trap" and I will tell you now that this film is well worth your time. Highly recommended!
Posted by Lord of Filth at 11:49
Love it or loathe it, Adam Rehmeier's The Bunny Game has punched viewers square in the face over recent weeks, you can check out my thoughts on the movie here. Recently, Adam was kind enough to find the time in what has proved to be a hectic couple of weeks to answer a few question I put forward to him, about The Bunny Game and more!
It has been a long time coming, but Michael J. Bassett's Soloman Kane will finally see its US release this Friday (August 24th) on VOD. This will be followed up by a theatrical release on September 28th. The film stars James Purefoy, Max Von Sydow, Mackenzie Crook and Philip Winchester, and below I have some stills and the trailer to share with you.
August 20, 2012
As is so often the case with the social media sites, you read "news" and you aren't sure whether it's true or not. Last night I, along with many others, read the news that director Tony Scott had taken his own life. It couldn't be true, could it? Alas, it is and the world has lost a director of wonderfully entertaining movies; a Brit, who along with his brother Ridley, had become a mainstay in the Hollywood system. Whilst no one likes to deal in rumors, especially not in a situation like this, it has come to light that Tony apparently had inoperable brain cancer. A tragic end to the life and career of a terrific director.
August 19, 2012
Review by Jude Felton
Creator of blockbusters aplenty, some better than others, Roland Emmerich is the Executive Producer of this fine German movie, although whether or not that is a good selling point is completely open to debate though. What is for sure though is that Hell is a very worthy addition to the post-apocalyptic film genre.