Children these days are so selfish. While I can't really speak to the experience of being pregnant myself, I've vicariously lived through dozens of friends who have become mothers over the years, and the one thing I learned from all of them is that for nine months (technically ten), you have barely any control over what's going on with your own body, and for some women, that can be an intensely terrifying experience. It's those horrors, as well as the pain of grief, that Alice Lowe explores in Prevenge, in which the only way her character can cope with the loss of her boyfriend is to destroy those responsible for his untimely demise, all while being prodded on by the voice of her unborn child.
This weekend, co-writer/director Karen Skloss celebrates the world premiere of her latest project, The Honor Farm, which will play during the 2017 SXSW Film Festival as part of the Midnighters slate. Daily Dead caught up with the Austin native, who has worked extensively in the world of documentary projects and has a lot of editing experience under her belt, to discss making the leap in the realm of narrative filmmaking, how rewarding it felt to have The Honor Farm chosen to be a part of the prestigious fest, finding her core cast members, and more.
New Line Cinema is looking to give SXSW Film Festival attendees nightmares on Saturday with their Face Your Fears panel featuring never-before-seen footage from the new IT movie and Annabelle 2, as well as discussions with the films' respective directors, Andrés Muschietti and David F. Sandberg.
AMC wasted no time getting the prophetic party started at the SXSW Film Festival, as the network announced that Preacher Season 2—the TV adaptation of Garth Ennis and the late Steve Dillon's seminal comic book series—will premiere on Monday, June 19th.
Ahead of its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival, Atomic Blonde (the new film from John Wick co-director David Leitch) is teased in a new red band trailer.
Two fame-seeking best friends look to make their mark as serial killers in Tragedy Girls, and ahead of the film's screenings at SXSW, a new clip has been released.
"Whatever it is you're doing, there's someone doing a whole lot worse." Ahead of it SXSW screenings later this month, the vampiric horror film The Transfiguration (which might call to mind films like George A. Romero's Martin) is teased in a new trailer from Strand Releasing.
A trip to the dentist turns into a surreal stroll through a dreamworld in the new clip for Karen Skloss' The Honor Farm, making its premiere later this month at the SXSW Film Festival.
Attendees of this year's SXSW Film Festival should have no trouble getting their hands on some damn fine coffee, pie, and doughnuts. Ahead of the return of David Lynch's seminal series, Showtime will have an immersive Twin Peaks experience in Austin this March, and Special Agent Dale Cooper himself, Kyle MacLachlan, will be making a special appearance.
Starring Ryan Reynolds, Rebecca Ferguson, and Jake Gyllenhaal, Daniel Espinosa's Life will make its world premiere as the closing night film at this year's South by Southwest Film Festival.
Last month it was announced that Ridley Scott's horror classic Alien will be screening at this year's SXSW Film Festival in Austin, and now it's been revealed that the screening will include special guests Scott, Michael Fassbender, and Danny McBride, as well as a sneak peek of Scott's new film, Alien: Covenant.
For years, horror author Bryan Smith has been writing some of the genre's most consistently entertaining, wildly unpredictable, and thought-provoking (and blood-splattered) novels, one of which, 68 Kill, will raise hell on the big screen this March at the SXSW Film Festival in Trent Haaga's anticipated adaptation. Ahead of its world premiere, new images from 68 Kill offer a look at the upcoming thriller.
Following the recent announcement of the first wave of features for the 2017 South by Southwest Film Festival, the anticipated Midnighters lineup has now been revealed, including Yoshihiro Nishimura's Meatball Machine Kodoku, Joe Lynch's Mayhem (starring Steven Yeun), Trent Haaga's adaptation of Bryan Smith's 68 Kill, and a tenth anniversary 35mm screening of Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon.
Although we just wrapped our live Sundance coverage, Daily Dead will be back on the festival circuit in just a matter of weeks when the South by Southwest Film Festival kicks off on March 10th in Austin, Texas. While the Midnighters section has not yet been announced, the festival today revealed a large number of movies that will play at the cinematic celebration, including Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire, Edgar Wright's Baby Driver, and Ridley Scott's horror classic, Alien (1979).