Genre sales specialists Devilworks has inked a series of deals on its slate on TIFF titles.
Craig Anderson’s horror Red Christmas has sold to UK and Ireland (101 Films), Canada (Raven Banner), Germany, Austria and Switzerland (Schröder Media), Australia and New Zealand (Umbrella Entertainment), Korea (Cinema Republic), and Latin America (DMD). Netflix has picked up streaming rights and the title will be on the platform in December. As previously reported, the US went to Artsploitation.
The company has also inked deals on zombie horror Peelers. Following its North American release from Uncork’d Entertainment, rights have now gone for Germany, Austria and Switzerland (Schröder Media), China (Virtual Cinema), Japan (TransWorld), Poland (Kino Swiat), Korea (Korea Screen), Taiwain (Movie Cloud), Scandinavia and Benelux (Take One).
Elsewhere, supernatural horror Some Kind Of Hate has now gone to Japan (Fine Films) and Taiwan (Movie Cloud), while Canadian thriller Population Zero has sold to China (HY Media), Netherlands and Brazil (Waquatike BV), and Korea (Cinema Republic). The film previously sold to UK and Ireland (Icon Frightfest Presents), Canada (Agency 71) and US (Virgil Films).