We thought THE OATMEAL MAN was the title of the day, but this one has it beat—and it’s written, directed and produced by identical twins! Take a look at the trailer below!
No, this isn’t a biopic about Wilford Brimley, but rather Sean Gordon’s horror comedy about a high-fiber killer. Seriously.
New York City’s Tribeca Film Festival just got underway, and it’s offering up an intriguing range of international genre fare. In conjunction with the fest, Fango is offering free tickets to four of those movies this weekend.
After Dark Films gave Fango a sneak peek at the poster for THE TASK, one of the eight films in its lineup of After Dark Originals co-productions with Lionsgate and Syfy. The company has also released international one-sheets for PROWL and RE-KILL and the overall series, and you can see ‘em all below.
The creators of the long-running SAW franchise and its foremost sequel director are both cutting in with new projects. And one of them, perhaps inevitably, will be in 3-D.
What do actress Marisa Tomei, actor Samuel L. Jackson and filmmakers Matt Stone and Trey Parker all have in common? They all got their start in films released by Troma, which over the course of 35 years has carved a name for itself as a purveyor of twisted independent cinema. And tonight, the company celebrates that legacy in LA.
To some, hearing all these NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET remake updates is like listening to nails across a chalkboard. If that’s the case, you might want to check out this new motion poster…
Adam Gierasch’s NIGHT OF THE DEMONS remake doesn’t have a release date yet, but cinematographer Yaron Levy has posted footage from the film online. Sorry, no lipstick scene. However, the clip does have plenty of blood, babes and a bloated Edward Furlong.
Here's promo poster #5 for HBO’s TRUE BLOOD Season Three. Read on to check it out!
Canada’s Digger Films has announced that it will premiere UNDER THE SCARES, its long-in-the-works documentary about the independent horror filmmaking scene, May 29 in New York City. The movie’s creators also gave Fango the first look at the full poster, which you can see below the jump.
Truthfully, DEVIL (Dark Horse) doesn’t begin on a high note. In fact, the premise and first couple of pages of issue one come across as something we’ve all seen before. You’ll get the sense that while it’s done well and doesn’t shy away from splatter, it’s really nothing spectacular. Then it goes a little bit crazy, and even though it never ends up “amazing,” it settles nicely right under “intriguing and worth checking out.”
As the vampires-and-gangsters thriller DEAD CERT gets ready to head to Cannes, producer Jonathan Sothcott gave Fango the first look at the cool final poster art. Check it out after the jump!
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