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Not limited to being just a genre label, Artsploitation Films presents intriguing, unsettling, unpredictable and provocative films to an audience long numbed by filmic predictability.

Artsploitation Films has done an amazing job on their promise to bring genre films from around the world to your home video system, delivering one adjective-defying film after another from countries that I’m sure most of us didn’t even know had a motion picture industryRedDirtReport

“Artsploitation Films is a distribution company bent on releasing the absolute strangest and most compelling films the world has to offer.” –  WeAreIndieHorror

“In this reviewer’s humble opinion, Artsploitation Films is one of the most exciting film distribution companies about.” – The Lair of Filth

“North America’s most confrontational distributor of contemporary world cinema.” Twitch Film

“Artsploitation, the ne plus ultra of transgressive world cinema and modern horror” – spoilerfreemoviesleuth.com

“I am a fan of the Artsploitation label. They have such a flair for the cutting edge in world cinema. They have a balance of art house and odd aggressive. This is a label that have had more movies in critics top ten than most major movie studios.” – James DePaolo, www.wickedchannel.com

“I am so thankful the fine folks at Artsploitation Films have high standards of quality for their films. They are one of the few film companies that seem to continually release good movies on a regular basis.” – Matthew Scott Baker, Shattered Ravings

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SAN DIEGO – Aug. 17, 2017 – PRLog — Horrible Imaginings Film Festival is honored and privileged to announce the presentation of a Lifetime Achievement Award to the celebrated actor Dee Wallace on Sunday, September 10th at The Museum of Photographic Arts as part of the regular festival’s closing night. […]

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The New York Times article, Growing Pains: Horror Directors on Their Creepy Childhood Memories Craig Anderson, Director of Red Christmas “Growing up in suburban Australia, my grandmother had a ventriloquist doll in her dark, musky lounge. She had inherited it from her mother and told me that it spoke. What scared […]

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  Dee Wallace Gathers Us All Around The Tree For Red Christmas by Matt Boiselle She’s been the mother of both a rabid dog and a homesick alien, as well as a she-wolf, and literally hundreds of other roles that film fans have sunk their teeth into – she’s Dee […]

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