Controversy abounds as the BBFC decide to ban Trinity X’s upcoming release THE BUNNY GAME. The recently formed DVD genre distribution arm of UK-based film distributor Trinity, today described the BBFC’s decision to ban THE BUNNY GAME as “disappointing, worrying and sad”.
Red-hot Brit indie filmmaker Simon Rumley is set to helm Stranger, a thriller chase movie located in the heart of rural China.
Trinity announced today that they have acquired UK rights from sales agency Jinga Films to Adam Rehmeier’s controversial film THE BUNNY GAME and will be releasing it through their new home entertainment label Trinity X in early 2012.
Film4 FrightFest, the UK’s biggest, best and most talked about genre festival, is asking filmmakers from every continent to submit their work for possible inclusion into their main August event.
The Cutting Edge of British Horror April 8th till the 29th The Horror Channel celebrates the best of contemporary British horror with a special season of UK TV premieres which showcases some of the finest home-grown directorial talent around. Kick-starting the season on Friday 8th April is the UK TV premiere of Steven Sheil’s debut […]
Simon Rumley’s controversial psycho-sexual thriller RED WHITE & BLUE is set for a UK theatrical and DVD release courtesy of UK distributor Trinity Filmed Entertainment. One of the hits of last year’s festival circuit – See LoveHorror’s write up on it Here – Rumley’s red-hot, hard-edged drama, starring Amanda Fuller, Noah Taylor, and Marc Senter, […]