Another indie feature that's readying itself for its premiere is Ivo Raza's JarRing, and we've got the info and a myriad of other goodies from the flick for you!
One of our favorite scenes from Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza's slice of cinema badassery known as [REC] 2 has found its way online as a clip, and if you were wondering just how nuts this movie is, this short sliver of mayhem will give you a pretty good indication of the lunacy to come.
Jamie Thraves' The Cry of the Owl hits DVD next Tuesday, June 8th, and to celebrate the flick's home video release, we have three clips for you to sink your claws into.
Period pieces when done right can offer a lot of bang for the viewer's buck in terms of setting the tone, but how about a period piece starring a French super-model turned actor in 3D? Bang for your buck or bang from the muzzle of the gun you had placed at your temple?
Thus far we have approved of the casting for Frank Darabont's small screen adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead, but the living aren't the only thing Darabont and company are getting right as today AMC provided excited hungry fans with their first look at the show's shamblers!
When it comes to reporting on web series, we really try to cherry pick because, let's face it, everybody has one. We've had our eyes on John Herman and Bryan White's "How to Survive the Strange" for a while now, and the first two episodes are finally here!
It's always wonderful to see one of our own make good, or for that matter - great, and that's exactly the case here!
Summit Entertainment knows a lot of about crazy women thanks to the success of the Twilight franchise, but now it seems that they're looking to set their sights on a flick featuring a good old fashioned murderous crazy chick instead of a weeping blathering cougar or a tweener who gets her kicks throwing sparkles at pale guys.
The final "Drop of True Blood" has hit the Net via Minisode #6, which features a tormented Jason Stackhouse dealing with the aftermath of another character's death at the end of Season Two.
The "True Blood" Ultimate Fan Experience, a 50-city, one-night-only event featuring a live simulcast Q&A with creator Alan Ball and a majority of the cast members happened last night, and we've got it available on video along with the extended Season Three trailer.
There are not many movies opening in theaters this summer that I find myself anticipating. I feel the same way about the DVD market. On the other hand, as a lifelong fan of old school Japanese giant monster movies, the July 27th DVD release of Tomoo Haraguchi's Death Kappa can't come fast enough for me.
About a month ago we brought you a not safe for work viral video starring Jerry O'Connell and a throng of topless women. Today Part Two of said video has reared its head, but sadly it's nowhere near as titillating.
On June 22nd First Look Studios will be bringing Thirst, the nightmarish story of what can happen when several folks become stranded in the hot, desolate California desert, to home video.
Movie titles switch around faster than anything else in this industry. Take for example Melissa George's new film The Grave at Angel's Peak that we reported on last month. Here we are just a few weeks later, and the flick has gotten itself a brand new Facebook page and a new title - the equally as somber A Lonely Place to Die. Yep, they are certainly bringing the fun with this one!
Are you an aspiring artist, hoping to learn the tricks of the trade from those who have made it? Or maybe you're an outsider, dying to learn the secrets of those who have been blessed with the gift of creation? No matter your position, fear not! Class is now in session! Terrance Zdunich, the mastermind behind Repo! The Genetic Opera, wants to teach YOU how to paint! From the Press Release: