The First Annual PHRIKE FILM FESTIVAL is accepting submissions from fledgling and professional filmmakers of all ages to bring their own unique horror-themed short films from script to screen in less than 3 days. Read on to learn how you can take part.
Rue Morgue and FanExpo Canada are proud to present NIGHT OF A THOUSAND FACES. It’s our 17th Anniversary Halloween Party. So what have we got planned for this year’s Hallow’s Eve? You’re just going to have to read and find out for yourself, boils and ghouls.
Last week, Montreal played host to The Montreal Comicon, an annual event bringing together freaks and geeks of every stripe under one roof. A big part of this shindig? The Montreal Horrorfest, bringing together vendors and guests from our dark little corner of the fan-sphere.
This year, Rue Morgue decided to check things out – as congoers, not as guests – and we like what we saw.
‘Be Afraid. Be VERY Afraid’ is the third edition of the Viewster Online Film Festival, the largest global online film festival, celebrating the fantastical and the creepy, the horrifying and the amazing, drawing on influences from science fiction, horror/paranormal, fantasy, thrillers…and the outright weird. Joining this year’s jury panel is cult favourite (and Teutonic badass) Udo Kier. Read on for more details.
With the success of its first edition last year, The Scream Queen Filmfest Tokyo is back for its 2nd edition! An event dedicated to showcasing and promoting female filmmakers in the horror genre, the festival will be held from October 25th till the 31st in Shibuya, Tokyo. Read on for your first look at the festival’s line-up.
With the convention season winding down for the year (and the dust finally settling on this year’s Festival of Fear), there’s still one more show that horror fans will want to check out before things go quiet. The Montreal Horrorfest is happening this weekend (September 12 to 14th) at Palais des congrès ( 1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle, Montréal ) as part of this year’s Montreal Comicon