Horror distributor Devilworks is preparing to release the new chiller 100 Candles on DVD and VOD platforms in about a week.
Devilworks is preparing the new thriller Sacrilege for release on DVD and on-demand services later this month.
This December, the citizens of Tinseltown are going into BEAST MODE, thanks to distributor Devilworks.
After a screening at London’s Frightfest last August, North American distributor Devilworks has picked up the supernatural horror film Playhouse for distribution. It’ll be arriving on VOD formats next month.
101 Films has announced it’s bringing the ghost story Widow’s Point to home theater formats early next month.
Movie distributor Devilworks has their hands on another interesting foreign film: Trolls World, a German fantasy they’ve picked up the international rights to.
Covering B-horror means you get handed some really weird ones sometimes. But even the weird ones tend to follow a pattern — they’re usually trying to get a social media reaction by simply existing, like The Velocipastor or that movie about the killer sofa we discussed last month. Then there’s The Special, which distributor Devilworks revealed today. This time, I may be at a loss for words.
Distributor Devilworks is giving us what they call “Phantasmagorical Canadian Supernatural Horror” in the form of Welcome To The Circle, a horror flick from the North to be released Stateside soon.
Devilworks has released the trailer and poster for their upcoming horror film The Young Cannibals. Produced in the UK, the film will be shopped around by Devilworks at Cannes for worldwide distribution deals.
Film distributor Devilworks is reading three new horror films for release sometime in 2019. Today they unveiled the trailers for each. Here’s what’s coming your way, starting with DEMON EYE:
Genre distributor Devilworks has obtained the world rights to an Australian noir thriller with a pretty great title: Burning Kiss.
Gravitas Ventures and Devilworks.are bringing Monochrome to home video formats next month. The film revolves around an ace detective with an “unusual neurological condition” that helps him solve crimes. He finds his ultimate target in an unnamed woman, “a serial killer targeting wealthy land-owners.” BAFTA winner James Cosmo (TV’s Game of Thrones, Braveheart) stars in the feature.