21- Skinny Puppy – Worlock
22- The Horrors – Sheena Is A Parasite
Chris Morrisseyâ€™s campy supernatural thriller Trick of the Witch will kick off its theatrical release with preview Midnight screenings at the Laemmle Sunset 5 Theatres in West Hollywood on March 4th and 5th — Followed by an expanded release on March 25, 2011 at the historic Vine Theater in Hollywood. New York and other cities will follow.
Fresh off of two â€śstanding room onlyâ€ť sold out screenings as the opening and closing … Continue reading
The Indy Horror Film Festival returned from the dead in 2010 with hopes of swallowing mortals whole and filling their souls with a thirst for blood and horror. In 2011 we return with more gore for your starving hearts! The Indy Horror Film Festival screens films from all over the world and brings the best of blood, gore and horror to the Egyptian Theatreâ€™s big screen for you to enjoy.
This festival is about more … Continue reading
After 4 hugely successful years in the US, AFTER DARK: HORRORFEST comes to EMPIRE CINEMAS with the AFTER DARK ORIGINALS; a horror festival weekend around the UK through UK distributor G2 PICTURES â€“ famous for providing cutting edge genre films.
Starting Friday 4th March through to Sunday 6th March horror fans in key cities in the UK and Ireland will get 7 brand new original horror films and enjoy the opportunity to get dressed … Continue reading
Exhumed Films Presents: A NIGHT OF MENACING MONSTERS AND MAYHEM!
Friday, March 25, 2011
Doors: 7:30 PM
Show: 8 PM
(35mm / 1972 / US / Bill L. Norton / Approx 74m)
Many people fondly remember the horror TV movies from the ’70s such as Duel, Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark and Bad Ronald, but with its creepy creatures (done by a young Stan Winston), Gargoyles ranks … Continue reading
This year we are excited to announce
THE SECOND ANNUAL WOMEN IN HORROR MONTH CELEBRATION
At DarkÂ Delicacies In Burbank, CA
February 12th, 2011
This year Dai Green and Reyna Young, in partnership with Dark Delicacies in Burbank, CA, will be hosting an event for WOMEN IN HORROR MONTH.
WOMEN IN HORROR MONTH was founded last year by writer Hannah Neurotica (Ax Wound Magazine) as a way to get women in the horror industry … Continue reading
There are a few stories that come out of our community that make my little Grinch hear swell three times the size and this is one of them.
Comic Book Divas have come out with a few awesome ways to give back this season.
Aid For Aiden is a campaign for a little boy who has been affected by lukemia and has used his love of horror characters to help pay for his medical bills. … Continue reading
The Black Saint is bloodied & bruise but still kicking ass & taking names here at the end of the 9th annual NYC Horror Film Festival! It’s been a brutal 4 days & 43 (!) films, both features & shorts, that we sat through. In between films we all would run to the bar & imbibe mightily for an hour or so & then go right back to the theatre to watch some more kick … Continue reading
It’s the second night of the NYC Horror Film Festival & Your favorite deity is a bit bloody but unbowed from last night. The Black Saint has strapped on his gloves again & is ready for another round in the ring with some more Horror films to tell you about. I’m doing all of the dirty work so you won’t have to unless you want to. But I have to say that Festival Director Michael … Continue reading
Exhumed Films Presents:
A Family Friendly Evening of Mischievous Monsters
Friday, Dec 17th, 2010
Doors: 7:30 PM
Show: 8 PM
Advance Tickets are Available Now for $11 Each
Troll 2 (35mm / 1990 / Italy / Claudio Fragasso / Approx 95m)
NILBOG!!! For those of you that come to the 24 hour fest every year, you know that there is always one film that … Continue reading
ITâ€™S TIME FOR THE FRIGHT OF YOUR LIFEÂ
HALLOWEEN AND HORROR THEMED PROPS AND COSTUMES UP FOR BID ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 IN EL SEGUNDO, CAÂ
SPONSORED BY PREMIERE PROPS, BEBO, FANGORIA ENTERTAINMENT, SCREAMFEST, AFTER DARK FILMS AND SHOCKTILLYOUDROP.COMÂ Â
EL SEGUNDO (OCTOBER 7, 2010) â€“ Premiere Props announced today they will be showcasing over 500 never-before-seen Halloween and horror props with Fangoria Entertainment as part of Fangoriaâ€™s Annual Horror Movie Prop and Costume Live Auction … Continue reading
On Sunday October 31st at 2:00p.m. Dark Delicacies will hold a signing for award-winning Illustrator Bill Plympton.
Bill will be speaking along with signing posters for his new film Idiots and Angels.
Dark Delicacies is located at 3512 West Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, CA 91505 and can be reached for more information at (818) 556-6660 or via the website at http://www.darkdel.com
Walesâ€™ National Horror Festival, Abertoir has announced its 2010 line up.
The festival which runs between Wednesday 10 â€“ Sunday 14 November at Aberystwyth Arts Centre will show more than twenty films, including UK premieres, cult screenings and classics from around the world, as well as a whole host of special guests, talks, masterclasses, live music and theatre events. Enthusiastic fans will flock to the seaside town for a programme that is guaranteed to be … Continue reading
Horror Realm Presents Second Independent Grindhouse Program on November 6
Featuring two indie horror feature films, a short, trailers & giveaways
Pittsburgh, PA â€“ October 24, 2010 â€“ In response to rave reviews from its first Independent Grindhouse program in the spring of 2010, Horror Realm and Bastards of Horror are once again teaming up to present an evening of independent horror. Independent Grindhouse 2 is slated for November 6, 2010 at 10 PM at … Continue reading
BRITISH HORROR FILM FESTIVAL â€“ Announces Horror Nominations
The British Horror Film Festival has a number of films up for awards!
Bournemouth Pier Theatre is preparing for the first British Horror Film Festival on Saturday 30th October and the official list of nominations has now been announced! Festival Director Stuart Brennan has said that choosing the films up for awards was very difficult: â€śWeâ€źve had some incredible entries this year and some … Continue reading
New York Cityâ€™s residents arenâ€™t exactly known for being conservative in their fashion sense. However, even in the city that never sleeps, it was easy to tell as I walked the streets of Manhattan that I was getting closer to the site of the 2010 New York Comic Convention.Â As I approached, I spotted fans dressed as comic book icons with intensifying frequency. Avatar, The Incredible Hulk, The Predator — they were all present on … Continue reading