Just heard from director Tim Sullivan regarding the premiere of his latest film 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams. Apparently the good folks of Glasgow will be getting the first look at this tale of hellbilly inspired mayhem and carnage!
It seems like lately the more retro something is, the cooler it is. Maybe that's because things are really rough nowadays and hearkening back to what we perceive to be a simpler time brings us a few much needed smiles. Or maybe it's that at the very least movie posters were so much cooler back in the day before the era of floating heads.
About an hour ago we got an e-mail in our inbox from DC reader Gary Luchessi, who attended the last screening of Frozen at Sundance. Gary had two reasons for writing: one, to let us know that our Frozen review (read it here) was on the money, and two, to let us know that someone fainted in the bathroom during last night's screening. Interesting.
Adam Green's Frozen (review here) is just around the corner, and much to our delight we've seen some TV spots kicking around across the various networks.
I can remember interviewing Adam Green this time last year one late night for an article about Grace, Paul Solet’s film that had premiered during the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, which Green helped champion and produce.
Fans looking forward to the theatrical release of Adam Green's Frozen (review here) won't have to wait much longer to sink their mitts into the chilly goodness as it's slated to hit select theatres on February 5th.
We've been talking about writer/director Adam Green's new film Frozen for a while now, and finally, in conjunction with its debut at the Sundance Film Festival, we're able to post our review of the film.
The release of Adam Green's Frozen is approaching rapidly, and a new clip with a very familiar face has surfaced for your viewing pleasure!
Some info about two projects we've been watching closely spilled out today via Twitter: The official website for Adam Green's Frozen has some new additions, and Rob Zombie posted the promo artwork for his "CSI: Miami" episode.
There are very few directors who would be ballsy enough these days to put three young actors alone, stranded on a ski lift, and think that would work as an entertaining horror movie. This is what makes the upcoming Frozen and its director, Adam Green, that much more remarkable in terms of producing original genre films.
Adam Green's Frozen is right around the corner, and the promo materials are beginning to come in hot (or should we say "cold") and heavy. Next up a clip that shows the set-up for what's likely to be a really brutal night!
Big news here, folks! Dark Sky Films, a subsidiary of leading independent producer and distributor MPI Media Group, today announced it has taken on the highly anticipated Hatchet 2, and will help transform the property into a multi-release franchise.
Well the fun has officially begun on Hatchet 2 and Adam Green has been keeping fans way in the loop over on his official Twitter page. So what's the latest? Glad you asked!
And just like the unstoppable freight train of violence that Victor Crowley proved to be in the first film, cameras have officially begun rolling on the Hatchet sequel, and there ain't no stopping until every set is painted with the red stuff.