Leland Orser has joined the cast of the Snoot Entertainment pic “The Guest” starring “Downton Abbey” thesp Dan Stevens. Pic also stars Sheila Kelley and Brendan Meyer. Adam Wingard will direct from a…
Sheila Kelley has rounded out the cast of Snoot Entertainment’s “The Guest,” starring Dan Stevens. Adam Wingard will direct from a script by Simon Barrett, while Keith Calder and Jessica Wu will…
While fans may have been sad to see Dan Stevens leave “Downton Abbey” this past season, the young British thesp continues to build up his busy slate as he will now star in the indie “The Guest.” Adam…
The creative team behind upcoming horror "You're Next" is set to reunite for action thriller "The Guest."
After seeing strong results with the anthology horror pic "V/H/S," Magnolia Pictures is nearing a deal to acquire standalone sequel "S-VHS," sources tell Variety.
Less turns out to be much more for "S-VHS," a sequel to last year's uneven indie horror omnibus "V/H/S"; this one is shorter and has fewer segments, but also earns a much higher batting average.
A documentary about a fetish website and a speculative re-creation of gay S&M footage cut from the 1980 film "Cruising," both featuring the involvement of James Franco, are among the edgier offerings…
An appallingly bad concoction of disgusting shorts that run through the alphabet but really should've stopped at "A."
Lacking the requisite scares, and blood, that entice gorehounds, this handsome, femme-driven Irish-Brit co-production is likely to fall between mainstream and arthouse categories among the several…
Omnibus feature brings energy and diverse story ideas to the found-footage horror subgenre, but overstays its welcome at nearly two hours.
Toronto buzz horror pic "You're Next" has been sold to a raft of key territories, including Icon for Blighty and Splendid for Germany.
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