• First Clip, Release Details: Intimate Festival Hit, “HONEYMOON”

    Touted as the Midnighter to watch at this past March’s SXSW, HONEYMOON, the feature debut from director Leigh Janiak, is now on its way to release. The intimate, marriage-based horror story is largely a two-person show tapping into the all-too-easy spread of mistrust and self-doubt, and its unsettling atmosphere is rooted in just how quickly that can set in. Take for instance the span of the film—which takes place over just a few sunny days at a rural cabin—and know the below clip is really just night three, or so.

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  • TV Spot: Chiller’s Upcoming Anthology Explores “5 STATES OF FEAR”

    This July, Chiller TV is following up its first CHILLING VISIONS anthology with a sequel. Whereas the first focused on the five senses, the latest will explore five debilitating states and mindsets (and actual states!). Contributions come from Glass Eye Pix filmmakers Glenn McQuaid and Graham Reznick, as well as Brett Simmons (HUSK), John Poliquin (GRAVE ENCOUNTERS 2) and Zao Wang, and you can see snippets of their stylized horror stories in a new TV spot featuring actual footage from the film. 

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  • First Trailer: WWE Revamps “LEPRECHAUN”

    Bypassing theatrical release, and hitting VOD and DVD this August is WWE’s curious “reboot” of LEPRECHAUN, starring Dylan “Hornswoggle” Postl in the title role. Of course, last year’s CURSE OF CHUCKY had a similar release pattern and, like LEPRECHAUN: ORIGINS, with its more serious intent, hit the spot for many fans and admirers of that series. Will ORIGINS have as much success?

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    EXCL Clip: A Ritual from “RIGOR MORTIS”

    Out today from Well Go USA is Juno Mak’s RIGOR MORTIS. Regularly known as a pop star, the singer’s feature debut is an artful homage to Hong Kong vampire cinema produced by one of Japanese horror’s biggest names, Takashi Shimizu. Short on the intent to scare, FANGORIA instead presents an exclusive, entrancing clip that details an elaborate and beautifully composed burial ritual within the film.

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