14 items from 2013
The British Horror Film Festival just announced their winners for this year's awards. Steve Stone's Entity starring Dervla Kirwan, Charlotte Riley and Branko Tomovic won the grand prize for Best Feature Film. The Award Ceremony just took place at the glitzy Empire Cinema, Leicester Square in London. Photo by: Mike Radulescu (showing Adelita Rockhill and Branko Tomovic) The full list of nominees and the winner for this year's British Horror Fil… »
The British Horror Film Festival just announced their nominations for this year's awards. Steve Stone's Entity starring Dervla Kirwan, Charlotte Riley and Branko Tomovic picked up nominations in six categories, including Best Feature Film, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Cinematography and British Horror Award. The Award Ceremony will take place Saturday 19th October 2013 at the glitzy Empire Cinema, Leicester Square in London. This… »
The British Horror Film Festival have announced their fantastic line-up for this year’s genre festival. Features include the UK chiller Entity starring Dervla Kirwan, Charlotte Riley and Branko Tomovic directed by Steve Stone, Canadian thriller Fortune Cookie Prophecies starring Emily Alatalo directed by Henry Li and In the House of Flies from director Gabriel Carrer. The British Horror Film Festival is in its fourth year and will take place Friday 18th & Saturday 19th October 2013 at the Empire Cinema, Leicester Square in London.
Here is the full Official Selection:
Fortune Cookie Prophecies, dir. Henry Li Spira, dir. John James Smith Tumbling After, dir. Nicholas Humphries Left Hand Billy In The Second Solution, dir. Gabriele Zuccarini 82, dir. Calum Macdiarmid Honey Moon Suite, dir. Zao Wang The Meeting, dir. Karen Lam Moment Of Clarity, dir. James Fisher In The House Of The Flies, dir. Gabriel Carrer Belly Of The Wolf, dir. Mark Fisher Dia De Los Muertos, »
- Phil Wheat
We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a trailer for Devil in My Ride, an announcement of The British Horror Film Festival lineup, details on Circus of the Dead, an excerpt from Ground Zero, Five Things You Need For the Zombie Apocalypse from Michael Garza, a Q&A with Rachel and Simon Light, and much more:
Devil in My Ride Trailer and Premiere Details: “Red Band Films, the specialty genre label of L.A. based production and finance company Unified Pictures, announced today that its debut feature “Devil in My Ride,” starring Sid Haig (“Kill Bill: Vol. 2,” “Jackie Brown,” “The Devil’s Rejects”), will make its much anticipated World Premiere at the Shriekfest International Film Festival, taking place October 3rd to 6th in Los Angeles.
“Devil in My Ride” is a horror comedy directed by »
- Tamika Jones
The British Horror Film Festival just announced their fantastic line-up for this year's brilliant genre festival! Features include the UK chiller "Entity" starring Dervla Kirwan, Charlotte Riley and Branko Tomovic directed by Steve Stone, Canadian thriller "Fortune Cookie Prophecies" starring Emily Alatalo directed by Henry Li and "In the House of Flies" from director Gabriel Carrer. The British Horror Film Festival is in its fourth year and will… »
Exclusively for HorrorBid, I recently had the chance to talk to Steve Stone who directed the UK supernatural chiller Entity starring Dervla Kirwan ("Ondine"), Charlotte Riley ("Edge of Tomorrow") and Branko Tomovic ("The Bourne Ultimatum") with Michael David Worden who brilliantly plays the terrifying Entity. Here my interview with Michael David who sheds some light on his dark character. How did the part of the Entity come to you? Rob Spera… »
Today's Indie Beat comes in the form of a brand new clip from the upcoming horror film, Entity. Come inside to check out the spooky clip!
Here at Cinelinx we like to talk about all aspects of filmmaking and movie news. To that end, we have Indie Beat where we highlight some of the latest news, trailers, and PR releases from the indie filmmaker scene. So if you're an independent filmmaker and want some coverage on our site, be sure to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The clip shows how the British paranormal TV group along with psychic Ruth and Russian guide Yuri enter that remote and mysterious building in Siberia...
Entity - Clip from Entitythemovie on Vimeo.
1998, a remote part of a Siberian Forest – thirty-four unidentified bodies are found in shallow graves. With no explanation by the Russian authorities, the case was eventually closed. But in »
- email@example.com (Jordan Maison)
In 1998, thirty four unidentified bodies were found in shallow graves in a remote Siberian forest. Despite subsequent police investigations no official explanation was ever offered by the Russian authorities for these deaths. The case was closed three years later. In 2010 a small English TV crew set out for the remote Russian forest. The Darkest Secrets TV programme revisits the sites of unsolved mysteries both ancient and modern. They employ the gifts of a psychic whose extraordinary powers may shed new light on this old secret.. The last communication to their production office in London stated that they were approaching the Siberian region where the bodies were found. Nothing was heard from them again…
And so begins yet another “TV crew goes ghost-hunting” movie. It’s not like we haven’t »
- Phil Wheat
Here comes a new frightening trailer for Entity. Steve Stone directed this supernatural ghost thriller starring Dervla Kirwan, Charlotte Riley and Branko Tomovic. It recently won two awards at the London Independent Film Festival - Best Horror and Best Independent Film. And The British Filmmakers Alliance has just honoured Branko Tomovic as Best International Actor for his role in Entity. Entity is a horror thriller that slides back and for… »
The paranormal thriller Entity was released earlier this month in the United Kingdom. This title was actually shot in Yorkshire, England. And, the film follows several researchers, in search of an old mass grave. Now, Entity has a second trailer available for film fans. In 1998, a thirty four people were murdered and placed in a shallow grave. Their murders were never solved. Twelve years later, an English film crew sets off for the grave site, with a medium in tow. The mystery and power from the grave site shows the film crew horrifying images of the victims and their bloody fates. Some of those images can be seen below, in the latest trailer for Entity. Release Date: 2013. Director/writer: Steve Stone. Cast: Dervla Kirwan, Charlotte Riley, Branko Tomovic, Oliver Jackson, Rupert Hill, and David Worden. The second trailer for Entity is here: The film's homepage: The Entity Official Website | | Advertise Here -. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
We have some amazing things we're about to announce for Cinelinx, and we've been working our tails off in order to get them done. While this is great, it unfortunately means that I haven't kept up with my press releases like I should have been. There's been a few things going on in the Indie world, so I've decided to bring them all together, News Bits style, for your enjoyment. Come inside for casting news on Kickback, a new trailer for Entity, and a North American release date for Silent Cry!
Here at Cinelinx we like to talk about all aspects of filmmaking and movie news. To that end, we have Indie Beat where we highlight some of the latest news, trailers, and PR releases from the indie filmmaker scene. So if you're an independent filmmaker and want some coverage on our site, be sure to drop us a line at jordan@cinelinx. »
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Directed by Steve Stone.
In 2010, a British TV crew headed to a remote Russian location to conduct a paranormal investigation in order to uncover the truth behind the grisly discovery of thirty two bodies, but after venturing into the isolated forest, they were never heard from again...
You get to a point when you realise that bad films aren’t the apparently poorly-made ones, they’re the boring ones. Then you (hopefully) get to a point when you stop being bothered by boring films and simply move on from them. But this doesn’t stop said films boring you while they’re playing (and I use the term very loosely). Entity is one of these painfully stillborn films, which it would be unfair to hate, but it’s impossible to enjoy. There’s simply nothing to recommend it. »
- Flickering Myth
Steve Stone's creepy thriller Entity which stars Dervla Kirwan (Ondine), Charlotte Riley (All You Need Is Kill) and Branko Tomovic (The Mad Scientist) has recently been picked up by Fangoria for distribution and comes up with a new cool poster. Entity hits DVD on June 11th, is ready for pre-order and available on VOD already. They call it "more frightening than all of the Paranormal Activity films put together." Check out the exclusive clip o… »
Some quick distribution news has come our way for the latest chiller out of the UK, the Steve Stone spooker Entity, and it could not have found a better home to begin its haunting. Read on for details.
From the Press Release
Darclight Films has snatched up the international rights for Entity and successfully secured a Us deal with Brainstorm Media and Fangoria. The film made its world premiere to enthusiastic audiences at the Bram Stoker International Film Festival and played to equally dynamic fans at the Celluoid Screams Film Festival.
The new horror thriller stars Charlotte Riley (World Without End, The Town, Wuthering Heights) who is also working alongside Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt and Bill Paxton in action sci-fi All You Need Is Kill scheduled for release in early 2014. Cast also includes;Dervia Kirwan (Ondine), Branko Tomovic (Bourne Ultimatum, Interview with a Hitman).
“We’re honored to be working »
- Uncle Creepy
14 items from 2013
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