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Black Fawn Distribution has announced their full guest schedule for this year’s Fan Expo happening this weekend (August 31st – September 3rd) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Appearing throughout the weekend at Black Fawn Distribution’s official booth (#5321 in the North Building) will be “The Queens of Horror” featuring Tianna Nori (The Sublet, The Demolisher, Save […]
The brand new short horror film compilation entitled Bloody Bits – Shorts Compilation, released by Black Fawn Distribution in association with The Blood In The Snow Canadian Film Festival highlights seven of the festival’s best short horror films. Bloody Bits features short films from directors Christopher Giroux (Dead All Night), Darryl Shaw (Greater Than), […]
A nice shout out to some movies from the 80’s such as ‘Escape from New York’ and ‘The Warriors’, the violent and bloody short film ‘Dead All Night’ is a great reminder of those golden years of filmmaking that were bold, action-packed and funny as well. While they’re might not be a lot of new […]
United Front Entertainment, Breakthrough Entertainment & Black Fawn Distribution Join Forces to Unleash a New Breed of Terror from Black Fawn Films
Coming August 2nd, 2016 on Digital / September 6th on DVD/Blu-ray… Breakthrough Entertainment to distribute the visceral body-horror feature Bite. United Front and Breakthrough will also be partnering with Black Fawn Distribution to help bring the sting home to horror fans across Canada. Directed by Chad Archibald (The Drownsman), produced by Black Fawn Films (Antisocial, […]
Black Fawn Distribution was at Ottawa Comic Con recently and had a very well attended and successful panel discussion titled Survival of the Bloodiest: Horror Films in the Digital Age. For those of you that couldn’t attend, the entire event was recorded by Cory Tibbits at End Credits podcast. Here is the link for your […]
Black Fawn Distribution has made Canadian horror fans happy yet again by acquiring the rights to the internationally acclaimed movie Horsehead.
I’ve seen many horror movies over the years and where a lot of them grind to a halt or simply fail is due to lack of direction. Sometimes the director is at fault, but most time the problem lies in the movie not understanding its own identity or where the actual story is going.
Convention tour to kick off at London’s “Shock Stock” festival on Friday, April 11, 2014.