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All Cheerleaders Die Directed by Lucky McKee & Chris Sivertson

Horror, Comedy| 89 mn
USA | 2014
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All Cheerleaders Die Synopsis:
A rebel girl signs up a group of cheerleaders to help her take down the captain of their high school football team, but a supernatural turn of events thrusts the girls into a different battle.
Festivals & Awards:
– Toronto International Film Festival, 2013
Midnight Madness
– London International Film Festival, 2013
– Gérardmer International Film Festival, 2014
Out of Competition
– Paris International Fantastic Film Festival, 2013
Competition Section
– London Frighfest, 2014
– Cleveland International Film Festival, 2013
– Horrorant Film Festival, 2014

By the directors of May, The Woman and I Know Who Killed Me
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Quotes & Reviews:

“All Cheerleaders Die is a true crowd pleaser!” TWITCH
“This saga of ill-fated pom-pom girls who return from death to wreak vengeance will amuse if not wow jaded horror fans.” VARIETY
“A smartly bloody horror comedy” SCREEN
“A guilty pleasure” HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

All Cheerleaders Die

Almost Human Directed by Joe Begos

Horror, Sci-Fi | 80 mn
USA | 2013
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Almost Human Synopsis:
Mark Fisher disappeared from his home in a brilliant flash of blue light almost two years ago. His friend Seth Hampton was the last to see him alive. Now a string of grisly, violent murders leads Seth to believe that Mark is back, and something evil is inside of him.
Festivals & Awards:
Toronto International Film Festival, 2013
Midnight Madness
Sitges International Film Festival
Austin Fantastic Fest
Fright Fest
US release:
IFC Films
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Quotes & Reviews:

“Almost Human gleefully merges John Carpenter, James Cameron, and ‘80s Slasher Movies.“ FANTASTIC FEST
“The cast and crew’s competence well exceed what anyone would expect from this breed of B movies.“ LOS ANGELES TIMES

Almost Human

Attack of the Lederhosenzombies Directed by Dominik Hartl

Comedy, Horror | 89 mn
Austria | 2016
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Zombie action in the Alps: a group of young snowboarder is stuck in a remote mountain ski resort, where an all-night aprés-ski party soon turns into a hellish nightmare of zombie mayhem.
Laurie Calvert(Cinderella, The Quiet Ones, Episodes

Quotes & Reviews:

“Just when you thought you’d seen every iteration of a zombie attack movie, this happens …” THE GUARDIAN
“PETA may not be too happy with Hartl’s creations but I certainly am.” TWITCH
“High in production value” WE ARE INDIE HORROR

Beeba Boys Directed by Deepa Mehta

Crime, Comedy, Thriller| 103 mn
Canada | 2015
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Beeba Boys Synopsis:
With the help of his recent recruit, a gang leader takes on an established crime lord in a battle for control over Vancouver’s arms and drug trade.
Festivals & Awards:
Toronto International Film Festival, 2015
Gala Presentations
BFI London International Film Festival, 2015
Stockholm International Film Festival, 2015
Vancouver International Film Festival, 2015
Dubai International Film Festival, 2016
From the Academy Award Nominated director of Water and Midnight’s Children
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Quotes & Reviews:

“The combo of crime drama and comedy inevitably invites comparisons with the masters like Tarantino and Scorsese” HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“Deepa Mehta’s Canadian Sikh gangster comedy is unique change of pace” VARIETY
“Deliriously unserious, highly stylized gangland blowout” VARIETY

Beeba Boys

Cello Directed by Lee Woo-Cheol

Horror, Mystery | 94 mn
South Korea | 2005
Cello Synopsis:
Mi-ju’s day has gone badly: her career as a musician and a teacher are stalled, a former student threatens revenge for a bad grade… That night, a ghost visits her, and everyone in her household.
Festivals & Awards:
Shanghai International Film Festival, 2006
Malaga International Fantastic Film Festival, 2005
Best Actress

Quotes & Reviews:

“The actors are great, especially Seong Hyeon-a playing Mi-ju, and the directing is very slick. I actually have the soundtrack for this movie to that came with the movie and it’s pretty good. The music itself adds a lot of feeling to the movie.” EVILDREAD
“The quality of Cello is to deviate somewhat from the usual shackles to surprise its audience. […] In some ways, Cello is actually more reminiscent of Anglo-Saxon works such as Amityville 2 or Shining.” DEVILDEAD

Chaw Directed by Shin Jung-Won

Comedy, Horror, Thriller | 121 mn
South Korea | 2009
A dynamic movie about the events that are set into motion in a town after a man-eating boar goes on a rampage.
Festivals & Awards:
Sitges International Film Festival, 2009
New York Asian Film Festival, 2010
Leeds International Film Festival (UK), 2009
Dallas Asian Film Festival (USA), 2010
Munich Asia Filmfest (Germany), 2009
– Osaka Asian Film Festival (Japan), 2011
Box Office hit in South Korea:
10,5 Million US $

Quotes & Reviews:

« A solid horror movie with a splash of dark humor and drama.” KOREANFEST.COM
“This smartly scripted nod to B-movie conventions is a tasty crowdpleaser for auds of all stripes, with midnight fest legs and juicy ancillary potential.” VARIETY
“What helps to set Chaw apart is its oddball sense of humour, a mixture of lowbrow and black comedy that works surprisingly well and sits comfortably with the essentially daft premise. Shin is one of the few directors who has proved himself capable of pulling off the tricky balancing act of thrills and laughs.” BEYOND HOLLYWOOD

Cub Directed by Jonas Govaerts

Mystery, Thriller | 85 mn
Belgium | 2014
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CUB Synopsis
Troubled twelve-year-old Sam heads off on a summer camping trip with his Cub Scout troupe. When the highly imaginative boy claims to have seen a creature in the woods, his counsellors naturally assume that their campfire tales of a monster named Kai have gotten to him. But the danger Sam sees is all too real: watching from the darkness is a masked, feral child whose menacing snarl and quick movements go unnoticed by all except for Sam. As the mocking taunts of the other boys isolate Sam further from his pack, he becomes increasingly convinced that a terrible fate awaits them all.
Festivals & Awards:
Toronto International Film Festival, 2014
Midnight Madness
Sitges International Film Festival, 2014
Best Director
Austin Fantastic Film Festival, 2014
BFI London International Film Festival, 2014
Stockholm International Film Festival, 2014
Cinematography by Nicolas Karakatsanis (Bullhead)
Quotes & Reviews:

“Cub will be an enjoyable ride for horror fans. Shot almost entirely outdoors, it looks quite handsome in Nicolas Karakatsanis’ widescreen lensing, and other tech/design factors are expertly turned as well.” VARIETY
“The beauty of Cub is that it is a film made with real reverence and respect for horror cinema. Govaerts is clearly a filmmaker who loves scary movies, imbuing Cub with a gleefully weird, postmodern twist… A loving, gruesome homage to the dark heart of cinema.” EMPIRE
“An impressive debut filled with memorable moments […] a lot of fun that then slaps you with its dark and powerful message. Even those not into horror should see it for Luijten’s fantastic performance that makes you both empathise and fear.” THE HOLLYWOOD NEWS


Face Directed by Yoo Sang-Gon

Horror, Thriller | 92 mn
Korea | 2004
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Face Poster_Affiche_resized Synopsis:
A serial killer is burning away the flesh of his victims with acid, leaving only the bones behind. The police turns to Hyun- min, a former forensic sculptor adept in reconstructing faces by examining and interpreting skulls. With the victim’s bones in his house, Hyun-min’s daughter begins to experience disturbing visions. As he races against time to find the answers and save his daughter, the deadly truth behind these victims reveals a sinister conspiracy that threatens everyone involved.
The Grudge meets The Bone Collector
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Quotes & Reviews:

“The film is well acted, well photographed, a visually appealing smoothly edited production.” THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
“Direction by Yu Sang-gon is thoroughly pro, ladling on the rain, shadows and stygian atmosphere.” VARIETY

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Guard Post (The) Directed by Kong Su-Chang

Action, Horror | 121 mn
South Korea | 2008
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Sergeant Major Noh Seong Gyu is summoned one rainy night to investigate the unexplained massacre of the twenty strong squad stationed there. The slaughter left only one survivor seemingly untouched. Under pressure from his superiors who give him and his team just the one night to solve the mystery before it is covered up, Noh tries desperately to sift through the clues, only to find another man still alive, Lieutenant Yoo Jeong Woo, the son of a high ranking army chief. Strange and disturbing things start to happen, and it becomes clear that Yoo knows far more than he is telling…
Festivals & Awards:
Stockholm International Film Festival, 2008
Munich Asia Filmfest (Germany), 2008
Udine Far East Film Festival (Italy), 2008
By the director of R-Point

Quotes & Reviews:

“Deservedly, the film scored big at the box office, following in the footsteps of R-Point, which was the highest grossing domestic horror hit of 2004, by entering the top ten at the number one spot.” BEYOND HOLLYWOOD
The Guard Post is a film blessed with a fascinating central premise.” TWITCH

Howl Directed by Paul Hyett

Creature, Horror| 98 mn
UK | 2015
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Howl Synopsis:
Joe, a young ticket-collector, is riding the last train out of London on a dark and stormy night along with a meager bunch
of passengers. When the train brakes violently and comes to a sudden halt deep in the middle of a forest, it seems they
have hit something on the line. But when the driver ventures out to investigate he never returns, leaving the passengers
in a state of panic – particularly when Joe sees the driver’s mutilated body outside the carriage.
Ed Speleers (Eragon, A Lonely Place to Die, Downton Abbey)
Elliot Cowan (The Golden Compass, Alexander)
Sean Pertwee (Dog Soldiers)

By the Producers of Hemorrhage, Even Lambs Have Teeth
and Cooties, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

US Distributor:Alchemy


Into The Mirror Directed by Kim Sung-Ho

Horror, Mystery | 113 mn
South Korea | 2003
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Wu Young-min is a disgraced cop who gets a humiliating security-guard job at a haunted department store, in which people’s reflections turn around and attack them, like a nightmare by René Magritte.
Festivals & Awards:
Fantasia International Film Festival, 2004
Gerardmer International Film Festival, 2005
Audience Award
Sitges International Film Festival, 2003
Mar del Plata International Film Festival (Argentina), 2004
Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival, 2004
An American remake, Mirrors, directed by Alexandre Aja came out in 2008

Quotes & Reviews:

“It’s a very clever film about mirrors and mirror images that Lewis Carroll and Jean Cocteau would have loved.” THE GUARDIAN
“Speaking about mirrors, schizophrenia and doppelgangers, this Korean frightener proves never less than intriguing.” THE BBC
“A slick, stylish supernatural chiller.” TOTAL FILM

Killers Directed by Kimo Stamboel, Timo Tjahjanto

Crime, Thriller | 137 mn
Indonesia | 2014
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Killers Synopsis
Nomura, a Tokyo based serial killer, uploads his snuff films onto the web for the global audience to see. One of Nomura’s viewer is an Indonesian journalist, Bayu, whose personal and professional life has spiraled downwards following a piece he wrote about a powerfully corrupt politician. When Bayu accidentally killed two sadistic robbers, he decided to upload their last moments alive onto the Internet, prompting Nomura to make contact with him. Bound by nothing in common but a deadly secret, the lives of these two men unfold and intertwine as they delve deeper and deeper into the dark side.
Festivals & Awards:
Sundance Film Festival, 2014
Midnight Section
Sitges International Film Festival, 2014
Fantasia Film Festival, 2014

Munich International Fantasy Filmfest, 2014
Kazuki Kitamura (Kill Bill 1 & 2, The Raid 2)
Oka Antara (The Raid 2)

By the Mo Brothers, directors of Macabre, V/H/S 2
From the producers of The Raid 1 & 2 and Coldfish
Quotes & Reviews:

“Dark, stylish and brillant. Killers is to the likes of Dexter what Starship Troopers is to Triumph of the Will, a sly and extremely erudite examination. It just may be one of the most interesting, disturbing, and provocative takes on the world of the serial killer ever made.” TWITCH
“An efficient psychological horror-thriller hybrid.” THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“Killers recalls classic John Woo in its operatic twists.” VARIETY


Modus Anomali Directed by Joko Anwar

Thriller, Mystery | 87 mn
Indonesia | 2012
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Modus Anomali Synopsis:
A man is on a holiday in the woods with his wife and two kids when they are surprised by the arrival of an uninvited guest. Suddenly, he experiences a time lapse. Before he understands what’s going on, he finds himself separated from his family. And when he starts finding several alarm clocks that seem to have been planted throughout the woods, he knows he has to race with time if he wants to see his family alive. Meanwhile, another family is in the woods, who may be related to the strange going-on.
Festivals & Awards:
Sitges International Film Festival, 2012
SXSW International Film Festival (USA), 2012
Leeds International Film Festival (UK), 2012
Gérardmer International Film Festival (France), 2012
Paris International Fantastic Film Festival, 2012
Fantasporto International Film Festival (Portugal), 2013
Quotes & Reviews:

“The pic generates solid suspense […] Anwar has plenty of tricks up his sleeve.” VARIETY
Modus Anomali is a confounding, mystifying experience.” TWITCH
“Twelve hours after watching it, Modus Anomali is still resonating nicely in my brain.” TWITCH
“The film leaves us both nervously and intellectually thrilled.” LE MONDE

Modus Anomali

Raze Directed by Josh C. Waller

Action | 96 mn
USA | 2013
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Raze Synopsis:
A young woman is abducted by an elite, secret society and wakes to find herself in the company of fifty other women who
are, just like her, forced to fight for their lives in an unimaginable hell.
Festivals & Awards:
Tribeca Film Festival, 2013
Chicago International Film Festival, 2013
Las Vegas International Film Festival, 2013
Grand Jury Prize
Neuchâtel International Fantasy Film Festival, 2013
Zoë Bell (Django Unchained, Oblivion)
Rachel Nichols (Star Trek, P2, Conan)
Doug Jones (Pan’s Labyrith, Hellboy)
Rebecca Marshall (Saw 3D)
Tara Macken (The Hunger Games)
Quotes & Reviews:

“Josh Waller’s debut feature is professionally packaged” VARIETY
‘“An incredible action film fans would be silly to pass up.” BADASSDIGEST
“She (Zoë Bell) triumphs over the violence perpetrated on her by giving a real star performance, emotionally vulnerable but mean as hell” INDIEWIRE


Rigor Mortis Directed by Juno Mak

Action, Horror | 103 mn
Hong Kong | 2013
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Rigor Mortis Synopsis:
A washed-up actor, desperate and suicidal, moves into a haunted apartment building where supernatural creatures, ghost hunters, taoist exorcists, and the souls of the undead walk among his neighbors
Festivals & Awards:
Toronto International Film Festival, 2013
Midnight Madness
Venice International Film Festival, 2013
Venice Days
Sitges International Film Festival, 2013
Official Fantastic Competition
Austin Fantastic Fest, 2013
Rotterdam International Film Festival, 2014
New York Asian Film Festival, 2014
& many others
From the producer of The Grudge
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Quotes & Reviews:

“A relentlessly creepy film.” NEW YORK TIMES
“Juno Mak’s film is gorgeously-crafted with an array of odd characters and eerie moments » EMPIRE

Rigor Mortis

Stung Directed by Benni Diez

Horror, Comedy | 87 mn
USA/Germany | 2015
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Stung Synopsis:
A fancy garden party turns into upper class prey when a colony of killer wasps mutates into seven foot tall predators.
Festivals & Awards:
Fantaspoa International Fantastic Film Festival, 2015
Best International Film
Tribeca Film Festival, 2015
Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival , 2015
Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival, 2015
L’étrange festival (Paris), 2015
Quotes & Reviews:

“This first feature for Benni Diez and scenarist Adam Aresty is an English-language German production aimed squarely at genre fans, who should enjoy its slick energy.” VARIETY
« Genre fans will love a heavy dose of old-school practical effects, and a supporting turn by fanboy fave Lance Henriksen boosts appeal for midnight and ancillary returns.” HOLLYWOOD REPORTER


The Hoarder Directed by Matt Winn

Thriller, Horror| 84 mn
USA | 2015
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The Hoarder Synopsis:
A young woman enters an underground storage facility, where she soon finds herself trapped and stalked by a killer.
Festivals & Awards:
Glasgow Fright Fest, 2015
Fantasporto International Film Festival, 2015
Mischa Barton (L.A. Slasher, Operator, Newport Beach)
Robert Knepper (Transporter 3, Hitman, Prison Break)
Quotes & Reviews:

“Well acted with interesting characters and provides a couple of plot twists that successfully keep the viewer’s attention. » HORROR NEWS

The Hoarder

The Pack Directed by Nick Robertson

Horror, Thriller | 90 mn
Australia | 2015
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Man’s best friend becomes his worst nightmare when a horde of bloodthirsty wild dogs descends upon a family’s farmhouse in a fang-bearing fight for survival.
Festivals & Awards:
Sitges International Film Festival, 2015
Fantasy Filmfest, 2015
Adelaide Film Festival, 2015
US Distributor : IFC Films:
Anna Lise Phillips (Animal Kingdom, The Boys, Envy)
Jack Campbell (Shane Abbess’ Gabriel)

Excecutive Producer Dale Roberts previously worked on Mister Babadook & Wolf Creek
Creature Designer Steven Boyle previously worked on The Hobbit, Star Wars II, The Matrix Revolutions & Daybreakers

Quotes & Reviews:

“Impressively vicious-looking dogs” HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“It’s an effective thriller that sets out to scare the living daylights out of even the most skeptical viewer.” NEW YORK OBSERVER

Unspoken Directed by Sheldon Wilson

Horror, Thriller | 96 mn
Canada | 2015
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A widowed mother has just moved in an old house with her young son who hasn’t spoken since his father died. They hired Angela to be the nanny. As Angela spends more time with the boy and in the house, she discovers out her mysterious connection to the house.
Jodelle Ferland (The Cabin in the Woods, Silent Hill, The Tall Man)
Neal McDonough (The Guardian, Minority Report, TV shows Suits and Arrow)

From the Producer of Insidious
From the Executive Producer of Paranormal Activity and The Devil Inside

Quotes & Reviews:

“Eerily expert frightener. Terrific performances from Neal McDonough and Jodelle Ferland” SCREEN ANARCHY

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