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Magnet Reveals Here Comes the Devil Release Date

Just about a year ago, Adrian Garcia Bogliano brought Here Comes the Devil to Fantastic Fest.  As Shock readies for another year of the festival, Magnet Releasing has announced that the film is going to enter into a limited theatrical run on December 13th.

Barreiro and Caro are parents whose preteen son and daughter inexplicably reappear after being lost overnight on a desolate, cave-riddled mountainside after a casual hike became every parent

Fantastic Fest Capsule Reviews: Frankenweenie, The ABCs of Death, Here Comes the…

As Fantastic Fest winds down in Austin, Texas, it’s time to play a bit of catch up.  

Shock Till You Drop caught quite a few films at the event and while you can find many of my reviews at this spot, I felt it was time to present some capsule reviews of the other films (plus it will just allow me to get ahead of the festival coverage work load, to be frank).

After the jump, I weigh in on Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie, the horror anthology The ABCs of Death and Here Comes the Devil which garnered multiple awards at the fest.

Here Comes the Devil Sweeps Horror Categories at Fantastic Fest

Fantastic Fest has announced this year’s Fantastic Fest Award winners.  And in the horror category, Adrian Garcia Bogliano’s Here Comes the Devil took a range of awards.  

The supernatural thriller from Argentina and the director of Penumbra and Cold Sweat not only landed some kudos, but it was picked up by Magnet Releasing at the fest.

Barreiro and Caro are parents whose preteen son and daughter inexplicably reappear after being lost overnight on a desolate, cave-riddled mountainside after a casual hike became every parent

Magnet Releasing Picks Up Here Comes the Devil

Magnet Releasing has announced that it will distribute Adrian Garcia Boliano’s Here Comes the Devil. You can read the full press release after the jump.

The Wagner/ Cuban Company’s Magnet Releasing announced last night at Fantastic Fest

Exclusive Interview: Penumbra & Here Comes the Devil’s Adrian Garcia…

This is the year of Argentinian filmmaker Adrian Garcia Bogliano.

This week saw the American DVD release of his latest effort Penumbra.  Last January yielded the DVD release of Cold Sweat, further, he’s making headlines here on Shock with his forthcoming film Here Comes the Devil and his contribution to The ABCs of Death (both playing at Fantastic Fest next month).  Not too shabby.

Bogliano is clearly on the rise in horror and Shock Till You Drop had the pleasure of picking his brain.  We discussed the origins of Penumbra, his love for David Mamet, his disdain for Paranormal Activity and his upcoming projects.

TIFF 2012 Photo Preview: More Pics from Here Comes the Devil

Adrian Garcia Bogliano is bringing Here Comes the Devil to the Toront International Film Festival next month.  The film is part of the fest’s Vanguard Selection.

Four new images have floated our way for this Dark Sky Films release.  Head inside for a look.

Bogliano previously helmed the recently released (in the U.S.) Penumbra and Cold Sweat.

On a family vacation, a couple’s son and daughter disappear while exploring a cave-riddled mountainside. The children eventually return home seemingly unharmed, but are withdrawn and devoid of emotion. The parents fear they have fallen prey to something inhuman