Hitting DVD on March 5th is the new movie from filmmaker Barry Levinson, The Bay, and to get you excited for its release we have an exclusive clip from the film's supplemental material for you to chew on. Dig it!
From the Oscar-winning director of Rain Man comes… a found footage ecological horror movie about mutant aquatic parasites? Who saw that one coming? If you didn’t see it on VOD or during its limited theatrical run last month, you’ll get another chance to swim in Barry Levinson’s The Bay this coming spring.
Oscar winning director Barry Levinson's horrifying The Bay (review here) recently made its debut in the US On Demand, but fear fans on UK shores will be delighted to know that come March 1, 2013, they'll be able to experience the eco-terror freakout on the big screen courtesy of Momentum Pictures.
At long, long, long, long, long, long, long last… Dinner for Fiends has returned with a two-hour epic-sized edition with a lot of ground to cover jam-packed with spoiler-riffic discussions of the last three months of horror movie and television and all the sniping and snarking you love or hate or love to hate.
If the horror offerings that came out before Halloween didn't live up to your expectations, then take note that The Bay (review) hits VOD and limited theatres staring today, November 2nd, and in honor of the occasion we had a chance to speak with one of the film's stars, Kether Donohue.
Most of us who've seen The Bay (review) found it pretty terrifying on several levels. You'll have your chance to get skeeved out by the nasty creatures depicted in the film on November 2nd, when it hits VOD and limited theatres. Actually, not so limited... check out the first group of cinemas who'll be showing it starting this weekend.
With The Bay (review) hitting theatres and VOD this weekend we sat down with director Barry Levinson to talk horror, found footage, Isopods, and more!
Around these parts we're pretty stoked for you cats to see the upcoming flick The Bay (review). Why? Because it's hands down one of the most frightening flicks of the year.
Having recently seen The Bay (review), I can assure you of one thing... the film is brilliant and absolutely terrifying! Seriously, I'm still kind of reeling from the flick. Best found footage movie in years!
The first footage from three upcoming horror flicks was shown at the currently kicking ass New York Comic Con, and our own Paul Nomad and Heather Buckley were there typing away like loonies. Read on for what was shown from The Bay, Beautiful Creatures, and The Conjuring.
A new clip from The Bay (review) has washed ashore, and we don't know if you should watch it or run from its germ-spreading terrors immediately. Either way, keep some hand sanitizer handy!
Finally we have something other than stills to look at for The Bay. Look for the flick to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival as part of its Midnight Madness Series! That being said... get ready to get itchy!
DC reader Avery G. pointed us in the direction of two new stills from The Bay, and now that we're thoroughly itchy and have broken out into a bleeding rash, we're happy to share them with you. Look for the flick to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival as part of its Midnight Madness Series!
Roadside Attractions has announced a November 2nd release for Barry Levinson’s eco-horror The Bay, which will world premiere in September in the Toronto International Film Festival’s Midnight Madness section. The found footage flick was originally to be released via Lionsgate.