Category: News

US release date set for Spring (in Spring, funnily enough)

Posted on 01/28/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey It was one of the most talked-about titles on the 2014 horror festival circuit, Keri named it her favourite film of the year – and now it’s creeping out there for all to see. It’s been announced that Drafthouse Films will be releasing Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead’s Spring to US theatres […]

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Cameron Romero’s Origins is coming to get us, Barbara

Posted on 01/27/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey I’ve already said my piece on Cameron Romero’s Origins, and my feelings haven’t changed. I don’t like the idea of a Night of the Living Dead prequel; I don’t think a literal explanation of the zombie outbreak will add anything to the mythos of Romero Sr.’s original, and in fact runs contrary […]

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Tristan Risk and Laurence Harvey join Andy Stewart’s next short, Redacted

Posted on 01/26/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey Already one of the most attention-grabbing short filmmakers to come out of the British Isles of late, Andy Stewart of Shining Example Films is in preparation for another short slice of the cinematic – and this time he’s got a couple of bona fide name actors on board, as Tristan Risk (AKA […]

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Line-up announced for Glasgow FrightFest 2015

Posted on 01/21/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey It’s a little over a month until those fine FrightFest fellows take up their annual residence at the Glasgow Film Festival for a long-weekender of horror delights – and they’ve just revealed their rather tasty-looking line-up for the 2015 programme. Read on for the specifics direct from the press release… THURS 26 […]

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Play Video Nasties Trumps with Gods and Monsters!

Posted on 01/21/15 by Keri
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By Keri O’Shea Here’s some exciting news for aficionados of quality collectibles which cater for horror, sleaze and exploitation cinema, lesser-known musical gems and fans of all manner of left-field pop culture (and that’s pretty much all of you, at a guess): UK-based Gods and Monsters are gearing up to provide us all with their […]

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Sex isn’t safe – new It Follows trailer

Posted on 01/21/15 by Ben

New Poster for indie anthology horror Volumes of Blood

Posted on 01/19/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey Bit of a weird time for horror anthology movies right now, eh? I mean, a bunch of filmmakers get together with the best intentions of making an engrossing genre picture for consenting adults, then all of a sudden an unqualified substitute teacher in Ohio decides it’ll be suitable filler for dead lesson […]

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A ‘German Angst’ Trailer Will At Last Premiere At Rotterdam

Posted on 01/19/15 by Keri
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By Nia Edwards-Behi A new anthology film project, German Angst, by some of Germany’s best-known horror directors, Jörg Buttgereit (Nekromantik), Michal Kosakowski (Zero Killed) and Andreas Marschall (Masks), will be premiering at the International Film Festival, Rotterdam, and will be coming into German cinemas later in the year. I’ve been keeping an eye on this […]

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Full-length trailer for Italian anthology horror Phantasmagoria

Posted on 01/14/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey We’ve been following developments with the upcoming Italian portmanteau Phantasmagoria for some time now. We first got wind of the project last April, then caught the first teaser trailer in May;  now here’s the first proper trailer, ahead of its screening at New York’s Horror Show Film Fest this coming Saturday. From […]

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Trailer for South American chiller Out of the Dark feels a bit Del Toro-ish

Posted on 01/14/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey Is it necessarily bad if a new trailer immediately makes you think, “oh, it’s Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark and/or Mama all over again?” That was pretty much my thought process on seeing the video below, in promotion of the upcoming Vertical Entertainment theatrical release Out of the Dark, which is […]

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Unfriended trailer suggests (gasp) a fresh take on found footage horror

Posted on 01/13/15 by Ben

RIP Brian Clemens

Posted on 01/12/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey And so, another legend leaves us. Brian Clemens, one of the most distinctive voices in British screenwriting in his day, is reported to have died at the age of 83. With a CV that reads like the contents of many a misspent youth’s daydreams, Clemens created and/or contributed to some of the […]

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BAH Reader Offer: Grab some free horror at The Movies & Music Network

Posted on 01/11/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey Hopefully by now regular BAH readers are familiar with the Movies and Music Network, the online streaming service whose gloriously trash-heavy catalogue includes the likes of Ilsa the Wicked Warden and Bikini Bloodbath Christmas, both of which have been reviewed here then offered up free for your viewing pleasure. Well, how’s this […]

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The Ozpocalypse approaches – Wyrmwood coming to VOD, here’s the poster & trailer

Posted on 01/09/15 by Ben

Ryan Reynolds talks to animals & gets homicidal in The Voices trailer

Posted on 01/08/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey Seeing a movie with the names Ryan Reynolds, Anna Kendrick and Gemma Arterton (mmm) before the title, then also seeing that it’s only getting a limited theatrical release and going direct to VOD, the kneejerk reaction is to assume something must be wrong with the movie. In this instance, though, I look […]

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Check out the trailer for Three Tears on Bloodstained Flesh

Posted on 01/07/15 by Keri

First trailer for giallo The Transparent Woman

Posted on 01/07/15 by Ben
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By Ben Bussey Ahead of its unveiling at the EFM in Germany next month, here’s our first look at new giallo The Transparent Woman, from Italian director Domiziano Cristopharo starring adult film actress Roberta Gemma. Hard to gauge too much from the little we’re shown in the teaser below, but fans of old-school Italian horror […]

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