07th Aug2020

Interview: Lucky McKee talks ‘The Woman’

by Stuart Wright

In his latest interview/podcast, host and screenwriter Stuart Wright talks with Lucky McKee about writing and directing The Woman, collaborating with novelist Jack Ketchum (RIP) and the power of collaboration to making a movie. The Woman (2011) stars Pollyanna Mackintosh, Sean Bridgers, Angela Bettis and Lauren Ashley Carter. The Woman (Pollyanna McIntosh, The Walking Dead) […]

28th Aug2019

Frightfest 2019: ‘Kindred Spirits’ Review

by Matthew Turner

Stars: Thora Birch, Caitlin Stasey, Macon Blair, Sasha Frolova, Shonagh Smith, Isai Torres | Written by Chris Sivertson | Directed by Lucky McKee Directed by Lucky McKee (The Woman) and co-written by Chris Sivertson, Kindred Spirits is an enjoyable throwback to the sort of Fill-in-the-blank From Hell thrillers that were all the rage in the […]

19th Jul2019

Poster & Teaser for horror anthology ‘Deathcember’

by Phil Wheat

Epic Pictures have acquired the worldwide sales rights for the upcoming Christmas horror anthology Deathcember, which features rising and celebrated directors and talent from around the world in an impressive advent calendar of terror and to accompany the announcement have also released the first teaser trailer and poster! The anthology was created by Dominic Saxl, […]

18th Jun2019

Grimmfest announce first film and guest for 2019 festival

by Phil Wheat

Grimmfest have announced the festival will return on 3rd October 2019 for four days of horror, cult and fantastic films at the Odeon Great Northern, Manchester, UK. As full festival passes go on sale, Grimmfest have revealed their first movie premiere and special guest. Darlin’, the much anticipated follow up to Lucky McKee’s modern horror […]

06th Nov2017

Filming set to start on Lucky McKee produced ‘Don’t Look There’

by Phil Wheat

Produced by Lucky McKee (May, The Woman, All Cheerleaders Die), director Richard Zelniker’s new thriller Don’t Look There is set to begin filming this winter. A mystery/thriller about a clinical psychologist (Emmanuelle Vaugier) who’s on a downward spiral as she treats a new patient (Kenny Johnson) that suffers from premonitions. As their sessions deepen, a […]

10th Oct2015

‘Tales of Halloween’ Review

by Paul Metcalf

Stars: Greg Grunberg, Lin Shayne, Sam Witwer, Barbara Crampton, Pollyanna McIntosh, Clare Kramer, John Landis | Directed by Adam Gierasch, Andrew Kasch, Axelle Carolyn, Darren Lynn Bousman, Dave Parker, John Skipp, Lucky Mckee, Mike Mendez, Neil Marshall, Paul Solet, Ryan Schifrin For many horror fans October is like Christmas come early, a chance to celebrate […]

25th Jun2015

Frightfest announces 2015 opening and closing films

by Phil Wheat

The 16th edition of Film4 FrightFest kicks off in skin-crawling fashion with the European premiere of David Keating’s blood-freezing rural nightmare Cherry Tree, starring Anna Walton (Hellboy 2, Soulmate) and rising star Naomi Battrick (Down Dog, Waterloo Road) Keating, who directed the acclaimed Wake Wood for the revamped Hammer label, offers another provocative and compelling […]

24th Oct2014

Competition: Win ‘All Cheerleaders Die’ on DVD

by Phil Wheat

To celebrate the release of All Cheerleaders Die on DVD and Download on Monday 27th October we have a DVD copy to give away! Mean Girls meets Scream by way of Spring Breakers in this all new feature from Lucky McKee. Smart, sassy, fun – a new wave of exciting terror comes to life in […]

23rd Aug2014

Frightfest 2014: ‘All Cheerleaders Die’ Review

by Chris Cummings

Stars: Caitlin Stasey, Sianoa Smit-McPhee, Brooke Butler, Tom Williamson | Written and Directed by Lucky McKee, Chris Sivertson Lucky McKee is a director I have been familiar with since I saw his 2002 film, May, starring horror mainstay Angela Bettis. McKee went on to direct an excellent episode of the short-lived Masters of Horror television […]

18th Sep2013

TIFF 2013 Review: ‘All Cheerleaders Die’

by Guest

Stars: Caitlin Stasey, Sianoa Smit-McPhee, Brooke Butler, Tom Williamson | Written and Directed by Lucky McKee, Chris Sivertson Review by Scott Clark of Cinehouse Lucky Mckee has always had a bizarre sense of style I’ve never quite come to terms with. Some of his films are cult crackers (May) and others are more laid back […]