IFC has bought North American rights to Joe Begos' “Almost Human” following its world premiere in the Midnight Madness section of the Toronto Film Festival. The film, written and directed by Begos…
The 38th Toronto Intl. Film Festival will end Sunday on a robust note with more than two dozen deals completed. Both “Bad Words” and “Can a Song Save Your Life?” (pictured above) sold for $7 million…
Relativity is in final negotiations to partner with Jason Blum's Blumhouse Prods. to buy “Oculus” at the Toronto Film Festival. Deal was announced four days after “Oculus” world premiered in the…
Open Road Films has acquired U.S. rights to Eli Roth's cannibal caper-shocker “The Green Inferno” with plans for a nationwide release. “Green Inferno,” which was produced and financed by Worldview…
The HFPA and InStyle held their annual, always elegant Toronto Film Festival soiree on Sept. 9 in the Windsor Arms, where the steady arrival of leading ladies and gentlemen ensured that the boutique…
IFC Midnight has landed U.S. rights to horror-thriller "The Station," two days after the film's Midnight Madness world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival.
Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson's saga of ill-fated pom-pom girls who return from death to wreak vengeance will amuse if not wow jaded horror fans.
While the rest of the fest generates awards season talk, Toronto's Midnight Madness plays to what's hot at the current box office. With films such as "Mama," "The Conjuring" and "The Purge" beating…
Well Go USA Entertainment has acquired all North American rights to Hong Kong horror film "Rigor Mortis" in a deal with Fortissimo Films. The distributor's move comes shortly before the film's…
Sion Sono trawls sub-Tarantino B-movie-pastiche territory with this tedious, over-the-top gorefest.
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