-- At long last, American audiences will get a chance to see John Carpenter's 'The Ward.' The maverick filmmaker's first feature since 2001 has been acquired for US distribution by ARC Entertainment and XLRator Media according to THR's Heat Vision blog. The film, which is set in the 1960s, features Amber Heard as a young woman who's admitted to a psychiatric ward. She teams up with her fellow patients in order to survive when a malevolent force starts stalking the halls. No release details have been officially announced

-- More sad news for exploitation fans: David F. Friedman has passed away. The producer, best known for working alongside H.G. Lewis on 'Blood Feast' and serving as a producer on 'Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS' died earlier today. Friedman suffered heart failure and was 87 years old. This sad news comes on the heels of last week's passing of Tura Satana – meaning 2011 is off to a pretty awful start.
Red State
Based on 9 critics

An unhinged preacher and his flock summarily execute homosexuals and lusty teenagers. Read More

I Saw the Devil
Not Yet Rated2010
In Theaters on March 4th, 2011

The line between good and evil blurs when an agent tracks down his fiancee's killer. Read More

In Theaters on November 11th, 2011

Unholy forces attack an American author (Timothy Gibbs) visiting his estranged brother in Spain. Read More

Don't Be Afraid of the Dark
Based on 35 critics

A child unwittingly unleashes malevolent creatures in the old mansion her family is renovating. Read More