Ahead of its March 24th release on the streaming service Shudder, Alice Lowe's dark comedy horror film Prevenge is teased in an official clip and trailer.
For his latest film, co-writer/director Ben Wheatley is taking audiences back to 1978 where a gun deal goes awry, and the banter and bullets fly in Free Fire. While at the SXSW press day for the film, Daily Dead had the chance to speak with Wheatley, as well as two of the key players from his highly talented ensemble, Sharlto Copley and Armie Hammer. The trio discussed the inspiration behind Free Fire, how the script continuously evolved throughout production, and the secret to creating a great one-liner.
Ahead of its April 30th premiere on STARZ, a new trailer for American Gods (an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's novel of the same name) has been unleashed during the SXSW Film Festival, and you can watch it online right now.
While Madre may only be his second feature film to date, writer/director Aaron Burns is no stranger to the world of horror, or indie filmmaking for that matter.
I am absolutely in love with Tragedy Girls, as it completely defied my expectations at every single turn. A brilliant send-up of the slasher sub-genre that's relentlessly funny, heartfelt, and clever, Tragedy Girls is one of the most “fun” festival movies I’ve seen since Deathgasm, proving that no one can ever come between two best friends, especially when they've got murder on their minds and an online legacy to build.
A brutal and harrowing abduction story, Ben Young’s Hounds of Love premiered over the weekend at the 2017 SXSW Film Festival. While in Austin, Daily Dead had the opportunity to have a great chat with one of the film’s co-stars, Ashleigh Cummings, who stars in the project as Vicki, a teenage girl abducted by an unhinged couple living in her mom’s neighborhood, who observes the couple’s disturbing behavior from the confines of her new prison, and she realizes that destroying their bond is her only means of escape.
One of the more provocative and powerful Midnighters to play during the 2017 SXSW Film Festival is writer/director Michael O’Shea’s The Transfiguration, a powerful story of a troubled young man named Milo (Eric Ruffin), whose obsession with vampires manifests in a rather deadly fashion.
Using vampirism for allegorical purposes, Michael O’Shea’s The Transfiguration is a truly stunning and heartbreaking effort from a first-time director who demonstrates an appreciation for horror, showing how the genre can be a vessel for exploring stories with deeper meanings without getting too preachy or heavy-handed.
One of my favorite Midnighters from this year’s SXSW Film Festival lineup is co-writer/director Tyler MacIntyre’s Tragedy Girls, a horror comedy/slasher send-up that filled my genre-loving soul with thousands of heart emojis.
The most that any of us can hope for is just surviving. Isn’t it time we started living? Us and Them squarely takes on economic pressures that are building in the UK (and frankly, issues that are affecting nearly every other country on the map these days), as Danny (Jack Roth), a member of the lower class who recently lost his father to suicide, decides to take his frustrations out on a wealthy banker and his family to inspire others in his predicament to start fighting back against the elite. But when his plan goes south, that’s when all hell breaks loose, and we see just how much of a motivator money can be, especially when it comes to murder.
Ahead of its world premiere on March 13th at the SXSW Film Festival, Joe Lynch's office-set horror action movie, Mayhem, is teased in a new poster featuring Steven Yeun.
A few friends looking to kill some time with a board game may end up killing each other when they discover that the game has life-or-death stakes in the trailer for Rockzeline and Blackpills' Game of Death, premiering this week at the SXSW Film Festival.
A new teaser trailer for Aaron Burns' Madre, which recently made its world premiere at SXSW, warns that for one mother with a baby on the way, the terror is not only close to home, but inside it.
Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz director Edgar Wright is back behind the wheel with his new film, Baby Driver, and following the movie's world premiere at SXSW, the official trailer has been unleashed, teasing intense the intense action to come, as well as a hilarious Michael Myers Halloween mask joke.
Tonight, New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. unleashed some brand new footage at SXSW from two of their highly anticipated horror movies—IT by Andrés Muschietti (Mama) and Annabelle 2 from David F. Sandberg (Lights Out)—and while I really try to go into movies knowing as little as I possibly can, I could not pass up the opportunity to see what both films have cooked up for fans.