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New ‘Lowlife’ Trailer Has A Serious Tarantino Vibe

  This April IFC Midnight will introduce to audiences to Lowlife, hot off its festival tour that included Fantasia, Frightfest, and Cinepocalypse. The new trailer is here and it has a serious Tarantino vibe.   “What happens when you throw together a fallen Mexican wrestler with serious rage issues, a just-out-of-prison ex-con with a regrettable […]

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A Forbidden Love Awakens Dark Spirits In The Trailer For ‘The Housemaid’

  A forbidden love awakens dark spirits in the trailer for Derek Nguyen’s The Housemaid, starring Kate Nhung, Jean-Michel Richaud, Kim Xuan, Svitlana Kovalenko, and Rosie Fellner. In the film, “A forbidden passion awakens vengeful spirits within a haunted mansion in this bloodcurdling, erotic tour-de-force. Vietnam, 1953: Linh (Nhung Kate), a poor, orphaned young woman, finds […]

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Scream Factory Is Ready To Sing You ‘A Dark Song’ This September

  Scream Factory and IFC Midnight are ready to sing you A Dark Song this September on Blu-ray and DVD. Writer-director Liam Gavin’s award-winning, supernatural thriller, A Dark Song, follows a young woman, seeking the help of a damaged occultist to perform a dark ritual. The two set out to prepare in a remote house over the course […]

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Witness The First Images Of ‘The Axe Murders of Villisca’ From IFC Midnight

  The psychological thriller ‘The Axe Murders of Villisca’ has been acquired by Film Mode Entertainment after it’s success at this year’s LA Film Festival. IFC Midnight has picked the North American rights. The film, from writer-director Tony E. Valenzuela, was co-written by Owen Egerton, based on the story by Kevin Abrams and Valenzuela, Bloody-Disguting […]

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IFC Midnight Unveils New Poster For ‘Evolution’

  IFC Midnight has released a new poster for Lucile Hadzihalilovic’s festival hit ‘Evolution’, starring Max Brebant, Julie-Marie Parmentier, Roxanne Duran, and Mathieu Goldfeld.     The film centers on ten-year-old Nicolas (Brebant) who lives in a remote seaside village populated only by young boys and and adult women. When Nicolas discovers a dead boy […]

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