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13 Creepy and Killer Kids

13 October 2014 11:48 AM, PDT | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

Halloween is coming and we thought with all those kids that are out trick or treating, dressing up to be grown ups, that we would give these halfstacks their due, children can be creepy as well. The staff has got together and compiled thirteen films where children are to be feared.

The Children From The Children

Tom Shankland’s film shares themes in common with a couple other “youth gone mad” films of the past, but these kids are terrifying in their own way.  A virus of some sort is turning the children into blodthirsty, malevolent creatures.  They still look sweet, but they’re ready to kill, kill, kill.  The scary imps in Cronenberg’s The Brood are spooky, but nothing freaks me out more than a normal looking child becoming violent.  Kids toys become tools of murder here, and a parent’s worst nightmare is born.  This well directed »

- Andy Triefenbach

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First Poster And More Details For UK Portmanteau Horror Its Walls Were Blood

1 September 2014 11:30 AM, PDT | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

New British portmanteau Its Walls Were Blood, starring Steve Oram and Ed Hogg, was announced last week and starts filming later this year. Entirely set in one English country house, the film follows four connected stories set throughout the house's history, from the 19th century to today, each written and directed by genre favourites Paul Davis (recent Tribeca Film Festival selection and Sitges short winner The Body), Sean Hogan (The Devil's Business), Paul Hyett (The Seasoning House), and Tom Shankland (The Children, W∆Z, Ripper Street).Today we have the film's first teaser poster, as well as some more information on the project from the filmmakers themselves."The initial announcement extrapolated from our synopsis that the film is a haunted house story, when in fact it's no such...

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Brit Horror Its Walls Were Blood Adds Steve Oram, Edward Hogg, And More

28 August 2014 11:30 AM, PDT | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

The history of a haunted house, from the 19th century to today, will be explored in spooky fashion in the British anthology film Its Walls Were Blood. Steve Oram (Sightseers), Edward Hogg (Anonymous), and Polly McIntosh (White Settlers) have all joined the cast, per Screen Daily. Oram (pictured) was exquisitely good in Sightseers, and McIntosh brings beauty, grace, and feral intensity to her roles, so, yes, this is good news for the anthology flick. Individual segments will be directed by Sean Hogan (The Devil's Business), Paul Hyett (The Seasoning House), Tom Shankland (The Children) and Paul Davis (The Body). Of those filmmakers, I'm most familiar with Hogan, who has consistently plowed a fiercely independent, often uncomfortable path in his work, which includes the haunting Lie Still, and a nicely...

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New UK Anthology Its Walls Were Blood - Cast and Crew Fill Out

28 August 2014 11:00 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

A new anthology is on its way from across the pond, and we have the first news and details for it right here for you! Are you ready for Its Walls Were Blood? The name alone has us sold. Read on!

Screen Daily reports that Steve Oram (Sightseers), Edward Hogg (Anonymous). and Pollyanna McIntosh (pictured; The Woman, White Settlers) are among cast attached to UK portmanteau horror Its Walls Were Blood, which is aiming to shoot later this year.

Segment writer-directors include Sean Hogan (The Devil’s Business), Paul Hyett (The Seasoning House), Tom Shankland (The Children), and Paul Davis (The Body).

The film follows four connected stories set throughout a haunted house’s history from the 19th century to today.

Additional cast includes Conner Chapman, Ruth Bradley, Rosie Day, Sam Gittins, Scott Chambers, and Belinda Stewart-Wilson.

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- Steve Barton

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First Details on the UK Anthology Haunted House Film Its Walls Were Blood

28 August 2014 7:08 AM, PDT | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Paul Hyett, Tom Shankland, Paul Davis and Sean Hogan are coming together for not just an anthology horror film, but a haunted house anthology horror film entitled Its Walls Were Blood.

Hyett recently helmed The Seasoning House and is at work on Howl; Shankland directed the terrific and creepy The Children; Paul Davis is best known for his An American Werewolf in London documentary "Beware the Moon"; and Hogan helmed The Devil's Business.

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- Ryan Turek

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Steve Oram, Edward Hogg join UK horror

28 August 2014 4:26 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Cast, directors round on haunted-house horror; Xyz to handle Us rights.

Steve Oram (Sightseers), Edward Hogg (Anonymous) and Pollyanna McIntosh (White Settlers) are among cast attached to UK portmanteau horror Its Walls Were Blood, which is aiming to shoot later this year.

Segment writer-directors include Sean Hogan (The Devil’s Business), Paul Hyett (The Seasoning House), Tom Shankland (The Children) and Paul Davis (The Body).

The film follows four connected stories set throughout a haunted house’s history, from the 19th century to today.

Additional cast includes Conner Chapman, Ruth Bradley, Rosie Day, Sam Gittins, Scott Chambers and Belinda Stewart-Wilson.

Radioman producer Paul Fischer of Ten Cent Adventures produces with Paul Davis on board as an executive producer. Stef Hutchinson has co-written the latter’s segment of the portmanteau.

Xyz represents the film’s North American rights. »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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Trailers for WWII Drama 'Walking with the Enemy' with Ben Kingsley

22 April 2014 4:24 PM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

"I will not be intimidated." Liberty has debuted two new trailers for the indie WWII drama Walking with the Enemy, directed by Mark Schmidt, starring an international cast including Sir Ben Kingsley looking like a fine chap, all right, plus Jonas Armstrong (Book of Blood, Edge of Tomorrow), Hannah Tointon (The Children, The Body, The Lost Future), Burn Gorman (Pacific Rim, The Dark Knight Rises), Mark Wells and William Hope (Captain America, Dark Shadows). The film is set mostly in Hungary, and looks surprisingly powerful and epic, despite the indie feeling to it. Two new trailers join the original trailer a few months ago. This looks like it might be worth seeing, but it doesn't have many good reviews yet. Take a look. Here's the latest trailer (#3) for Mark Schmidt's Walking with the Enemy, in high def from Apple: Here's the other new trailer (#2) for Mark Schmidt's Walking with the Enemy, »

- Alex Billington

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