While we wait (and wait, and wait) for Anchor Bay to give us some final details on their DVD release of Unholy, the long-anticipated horror flick starring Adrienne Barbeau and Nicholas Brendan, seems it will be finding its way to theaters before it invades you home.
"We won't be silenced. The EXPERIMENT will be revealed... Due to the controversial nature of the material, intimidating tactics have been used, both legal as well as unethical, in order to hinder the distribution of Unholy. They've succeeded. Until now..." We’ve been sitting on this news for a while now because, well, the right people asked us really nicely. Thankfully today we’ve finally gotten the go ahead to let us open our big mouths as a reward.
Just got word from a source close to the production that Unholy, the bizarre sounding indie film starring Adrienne Barbeau and Nicholas Brendan as a mother and son fighting evil in a small Pennsylvania town, will have its world premiere at this year’s Screamfest LA, running October 13th-22nd at the Mann’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood.
I’m not sure what much there is to do in North Carolina, but I do know that residents in or near Durham are going to be in for a treat starting next month when The Carolina Theatre of Durham begins its Femme Fatale Film Series.
Written by Adrienne Barbeau 255 Pages Published by Carrol & Graf
As a horror journalist every now and then I get the pleasure to sit down and chat with some truly remarkable people that I grew up watching on T.V., in theatres, etc. After a while you get kind of used to it. Then it happens. You get to talk with someone that you've idolized growing up. Adrienne Bar
Adrienne Barbeau. What more could be said about one of horror's greatest stars? Over the years she's entertained us in just about every conceivable way. After cutting her teeth writing her memoirs,