New To Netflix, Benson & Moorhead’s Award Winning Creature-Feature SPRING

I have been a fan of Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead since they released first low-budget indie horror, Resolution. You just know sometimes that what you’re seeing is pretty unique so I was eagerly awaiting their next feature. I couldn’t help but think when watching Resolution, “what if these dudes Continue Reading

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Deathgasm Review & Moviehooker Exclusive Interview With Writer/Director Jason Lei Howden

Death By Dildos, Chainsaw Sodomy, And The Power Of Heavy Metal   Deathgasm is the directorial début from New Zealander, Jason Lei Howden and it has been rocking out to sold out festivals around the world. Having previously worked as a visual FX artist on The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Continue Reading

Mickey Keating’s New Horror “Darling” To Premiere At Fantasic Festival

Countdown to the World Premiere of DARLING at Fantastic Fest, Festival Poster and Teaser Revealed! Mickey Keating’s DARLING set to World Premiere at Fantastic Fest 2015, festival poster and teaser trailer revealed! Glass Eye Pix and Alexander Groupe are proud to present DARLING, the new film by Mickey Keating, which Continue Reading

First Wave Of Films Announced For Ithaca International Fantastic Film Festival

4th Annual Ithaca International Fantastic Film Festival Ithaca, NY- Thursday, September 21, 2015-  The fourth annual Ithaca International Fantastic Film Festival is excited to announce its first thrilling wave of programming! Our first round of titles includes Anders Thomas Jensen’s new twisted drama MEN & CHICKEN, Antoine Bardou-Jacquet’s fake moon Continue Reading

Larry Fessenden’s Independent Horror Company Glass Eye Pix Is Turning 30

GLASS EYE PIX CELEBRATES THREE DECADES OF FIERCE, AUTEUR-DRIVEN FILMMAKING This October, Revel at 30 Terrifying Years Inside Larry Fessenden’s World of Horror! “Fessenden is a talent to watch. That he is able to see himself with such objectivity is almost frightening.” – Roger Ebert “Fessenden may be producing the Continue Reading

7 Directors, Their First Independent Non-English Feature, And Their English Language Debut

Usually with mainstream Hollywood cinema, it is hit-&-miss and we don’t get a lot of originality. Everything seems to be some sort of remake, revamp, or regurgitation in some shape or form. But some of the directors who are now dishing out some of the best best films started of Continue Reading

New French/Belgian Horror To Look Out For

Here is a list of some awesome French or Belgian horror movies that you may have missed. This list was completed in 2014 so all of these French horror movies have now been released 1: CUB (Welp) Been looking forward to seeing this for quite some time. I’ve seen a Continue Reading