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Dain Said’s Supernatural Thriller ‘Interchange’ Coming To VOD And Digital

Terror Film’s sister company Global Digital Releasing is gearing up for the digital release of Dain Said’s supernatural thriller Interchange The film is slated for a Tuesday, February 20th launch on digital platforms. In the film, a photographer suffers from strange hallucinations, after witnessing a bizarre murder. He requests help from a detective only to be drawn into a deeper […]

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‘Train To Busan’ Director Unveils Trailer For New Film, ‘Psychokinesis’

  2016’s zombie film Train to Busan took both critics and genre fans by surprise. Now, director Sang-ho Yeon is back with his next feature, Psychokinesis and the new trailer does not disappoint. In the film, starring Yu-mi Jung, Eun-kyung Shim, and Seung-ryong Ryu, an ordinary man who accidentally obtains superpowers and uses them to help […]

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Taiwan’s Highest Grossing Horror Film ‘The Tag-Along 2’ Will Haunt The U.S. This February

  A new supernatural film is coming from across the ocean, Taiwan’s highest grossing horror film, The Tag-Along 2, will arrive in the U.S. this February.  The follow-up to 2015’s hit horror film centers on a social worker who discovers a video of her missing, pregnant teenage daughter being led away by a “little girl […]

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Sink Your Teeth Into A First Look At The Horror-Comedy Vidar The Vampire

Sink your teeth into a first look and the first trailer for the horror-comedy Vidar The Vampire, or VampyrVidar as known in its Norwegian home.     Written and directed by Thomas Aske Berg and Fredrik Waldeland, the film stars Henrik Rafaelsen, Kim Sønderholm, and Thomas Aske Berg.   From the Press Release: Vidar the Vampire is a Norwegian ultra low budget […]

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Danish Zombie Flick ‘Escaping the Dead’ Unleashes Its Trailer

  From writers-directors-producers Martin Sonntag and Bastain Brinch Pedersen comes, Escaping the Dead, a film inspired by a series of articles about the deathdrug “Krokodil” that was published about the same period of time when Ronald Poppo had his face eaten by a naked man hooked on bathsalt in Miami.,   Escaping the Dead begins on […]

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Sink Your Teeth Into The Foreign Vampire Film ‘Children Of The Night’

Many of the vampire genre’s most recent hits come from the international stage, such as New Zealand’s ‘What We Do in the Shadows‘, Iran’s ‘A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night‘, and Sweden’s ‘Let the Right One In’, just to name a few . Now Argentina is looking to sink it’s teeth into the horror genre with […]

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