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Ti West’s The Sacrament Gets Spring Release From Magnet Releasing

The Sacrament

The Ti West and Eli Roth collaboration “The Sacrament” was picked up by Magnet Releasing soon after its Toronto Film Festival premiere, and now we know when North America will get a look at the cult thriller. “The Sacrament” will arrive on VOD starting May 1, 2014 before hitting theaters on June 6, 2014. THE

The ABCs of Death Green Band Trailer

THE ABCs OF DEATH is out on VOD January 31, 2013 and also receives a theatrical release March 8, 2013. Magnet Releasing, Drafthouse Films and Ant Timpson are in the education business, aiming to relearn you your alphabet via 26 of the globe’s brightest genre talents. Each director, be it KILL LIST’s Ben Wheatley, MACABRE’s

Don Coscarelli’s John Dies at the End Has a New Awesome Retro Poster

Don Coscarelli’s John Dies at the End is coming at the end of December, and we all know that Don Coscarelli has a nice track record with Phantasm and Bubba Ho-tep. Since we still have a while to wait for the actual movie, check out the awesome new retro-style poster for the film. In John

Apartment 143 Trailer

Magnet Releasing is releasing Apartment 143 on June 1st and it looks like it has potential. Apartment 143 (Emergo) stars Kai Lennox, Michael O’Keefee, Gia Mantegna, Rick Gonzalez, Fionna Glascott and Francesc Garrido. Synopsis: “A team of parapsychologists sets out to investigate a series of anomalous phenomena taking place in a newly occupied apartment. Telephone

Ti West’s The Innkeepers Movie Trailer

I am eagerly awaiting Ti West’s latest film, The Innkeepers. While I am not the biggest fan of his, I do consider him to be a talent worth keeping an eye on. Check out the trailer for The Innkeepers below. Synopsis: The last remaining employees of a famed haunted hotel prepare to close it down

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil Nabs Distribution

About time I say. The highly acclaimed Tucker & Dale vs. Evil has been getting rave reviews for a while now, but the movie continued to languish without distribution… until now that is. Magnet Releasing, the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, who has been responsible for a banner year so far with Black Death, I