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Megalomaniac Trailer and Release Info

Martha and FΓ©lix are the children of the Butcher of Mons, a notorious Belgian serial killer from the 1990s. Unstable and riddled with insecurities, Martha lives vicariously through social media. Her brother, crushed by the family legacy, takes over their father's killings. Harassed and violently assaulted at work, the docile Martha falls into madness and goes through the looking glass into the strange and terrifying world inhabited by her brother. Screening in select theaters NYC, LA, Columbus (OH) and Rochester (MN) On Digital Sept. 26

THIRST Hits Digital on Spet 5th

  Directed by Eric Owen  Written by Eric Owen  Starring Brian Villalobos, Lori Kovacevich  Insomnia spreads in a small town, causing fear and panic. As the situation becomes dire, two couples find salvation on an abandoned ranch until nefarious characters descend upon the land, claiming it as their own, and chaos ensues. On Digital on September 5

ON FIRE Trailer and Release Info

Starring : Peter Facinelli, Fiona Dourif, Asher Angel, Lance Henriksen, Glenn Morshower, Ross McCall Directed By : Nick Lyon, Peter Facinelli Inspired by true and harrowing events, On Fire tells the story of an ordinary man (Peter Facinelli) that finds his world suddenly torn apart as devastating wildfires rip through the surrounding countryside. With precious moments ticking by, he must flee with his son (Asher Angel) and pregnant wife (Fiona Dourif) if they have any hope of surviving the rapid forces of mother nature. In theaters September 29th


The world of cinema is often a place where innovation and creativity collide, giving birth to unique and captivating films that challenge conventions and redefine genres. One such film has emerged from the shadows, capturing the hearts of audiences and critics alike. The neo-giallo horror musical sensation, BIG EASY QUEENS, is a film that has not only premiered to resounding applause but has also claimed the coveted Audience Award for Feature Film at Popcorn Frights. Somewhere in the Venn diagram of horror, music, and glamour lies BIG EASY QUEENS.Set against the sultry backdrop of Florida, this fan-favorite feature film appears to weave together elements of neo-giallo horror with classic musicals.  The story follows Minnie Bouvèé, the fierce Mob Queen of the Quarter, as she faces the repercussions of a ruthless act that leaves her adversaries' crew in ruins. While she anticipates the retaliation, a chilling presence emerges—cloaked in mystery and masked in terror. The anonymous sta

Following Films Podcast: Marc Bernardin on SPLINTER

Today we are joined by Marc Bernardin to discuss his directorial debut, the short film SPLINTER.  Marc is a journalist, public speaker, TV and comic book writer, podcaster, and now filmmaker. He has served as film editor for the Los Angeles Times and senior editor for The Hollywood Reporter and Entertainment Weekly. He has written for GQ, Wired, Details, Vulture, Playboy, and Empire. He has been a staff writer for Castle Rock, Treadstone and Carnival Row, and is a supervising producer on Star Trek: Picard. SPLINTER is focused on Benjamin, a boy who has spent most of his ten years on an airplane that almost never lands, because when his feet touch the ground, rage spreads like a virus. But when a mid-air collision forces the plane to land, it falls to his caretaker and her associate to deal with the explosive fallout. SPLINTER just screened at this year's HollyShorts festival and will be playing genre festivals throughout the rest of the year.

Astrakan Trailer and Release Information

When Samuel, a young orphan, is sent to live with foster parents Marie and Clement, he is gradually forced to face the demons he's holding on to internally, as well as those that exist within his new family. Swept up in the motions of coming of age for the very first time — falling in love with the girl next door, exploring hobbies and indulging in childhood passions — he also begins to learn of the secrets his foster family are keeping, leading him to question everything around him. As these questions emerge, Samuel is pushed in and out of crippling anguish, bridging a harsh gap between dense realism and feverish fantasy which leads to a stunning and transcendent final act.  Lensed in gorgeous 16mm by Simon Beaufils (Knife+Heart), David Depesseville's debut narrative (an official selection of New Directors/New Films) offers a "gripping, impressionist rendering of the raw precariousness of youth" (The Film Stage). Opening September 1st at Laemmle Theaters in L.A., Mor

Teaser Trailer for V/H/S/85

Directors: David Bruckner, Scott Derrickson, Gigi Saul Guerrero, Natasha Kermani, Mike Nelson An ominous mixtape blends never before seen snuff footage with nightmarish newscasts and disturbing home video to create a surreal, analog mashup of the forgotten 80s. Premiering On Shudder October 6th That's is a muderers' row of directors!!! Can't wait to check this one out!!! I don't need the trailer, I'm in, but if you need some convincing, I've included it below.