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Fantastic Fest: The Second Wave of Films Revealed!

Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Fantastic Fest is excited to announce the second wave of events, special guests and film programming.

Fantastic Fest 2014 takes place September 18-25th in Austin, Texas at the newly reopened Alamo South Lamar and Highball.

Fantastic Fest is going all out with celebratory events and special programming, including: Fantastic Debates will pack a serious punch this year. Fantastic Fest’s long-running showcase of verbal/physical combat is being amped up by a call to battle from Matt Mason Chief Content Officer for BitTorrent, Inc. Mason is placing an open call to all fighters to tackle the debate of whether BitTorrent.com is a valuable tool for creative artists or a playground for theft. In addition to the torrent debate, there will be a full undercard settling a range of topics with right hooks and sharp tongues alike.

This Dead Snow 2 Teaser Poster is Full of Zingers, U.S. Release Date Revealed

WellGo has released the teaser poster for Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead which is seeing an October 10th limited theatrical release here in the U.S. I actually liked this film much more than its predecessor (read my review) and this one-sheet gave me a good chuckle.

The “arms” play a part in the plot of the film. And that tagline? Zing!

The Bruce Campbell Horror Film Festival is Coming!

The very first Bruce Campbell Horror Film Festival is being brought to life via a partnership between Philadelphia’s The Awesome Fest and Wizard World Inc.
The event descends on Rosemont, IL August 21st – 24th and will coincide with Wizard World Chicago Comic-Con. Expect the usual array of panels, special guests, movies and, of course, Bruce Campbell himself.

Stanley Film Fest Review: Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead Outdoes the Original In Every Way

Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead is what Dead Snow should have been. It eschews the horror fanboy posturing of the first film – which was rife with nods to other films and didn’t do all that much to stand from the gore-drenched horror-comedy pack – and finds its own wacky voice. I know I’m in the minority when it comes to an assessment of Dead Snow (I’ve spoken to many fans since it’s been released), but I can say that if you disliked the first film, you’ll likely have a blast with Dead Snow 2 and if you liked the first film, you’re going to go nuts for this.

Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead Trailer, Acquisition News

A distributor wasted no time acquiring Tommy Wirkola’s sequel to Dead Snow. The film, entitled Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead, recently premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and, this evening, Well Go USA has picked it up for U.S. distro. Riding this announcement like a pony is a brand new festival trailer. Check it out!

Splat! Goes the Festival Trailer for Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead

Sundance is looming and, this weekend, a trailer for the sequel Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead has landed with the sound of a decapitated head hitting the pavement. The preview is loaded with footage from the first film, Dead Snow, but it’s an amusing glimpse at what’s to come (looks like someone has a “power arm”).

In the sequel, the gruesome Nazi Zombies are back to finish their mission, but our hero is not willing to die. He is gathering his own army to give them a final fight.

Dead Snow 2 Festival Poster Makes Its Debut

Dead Snow 2 – or Dead Snow: Red Vs. Dead – makes its debut at Sundance. The gruesome Nazi Zombies are back to finish their mission, but our hero is not willing to die. He is gathering his own army to give them a final fight. A festival one-sheet hit the web today in anticipation of its premiere next month and you can check it out via the gallery here. Tommy Wirkola, of the first film and this year’s Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, directs.

Even More Images from Sequel Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead

Surprisingly, Tommy Wirkola’s sequel to Dead Snow, Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead, is heading to Sundance. Some official photos have floated in and we have them for you here.

When we spoke to Wirkola about the film over the summer, he told us: “[In Dead Snow] the first half is a classical horror movie, the second half goes nuts. With Dead Snow 2, it starts right where the first film left off and is full throttle from beginning to end. Basically, the Nazi zombies decide to invade Northern Norway again, it