A new clip from the Agnieszka Vosloo's psychological thriller After.Life has found its way online and as always we've got the goodies for you. Dig it!
Curious to see the official theatrical one-sheet for Anchor Bay's After.Life? Of course you are! And we're happy to debut this bad boy for you free of floating heads!
A new clip for Anchor Bay's After.Life has hit online, and if we do say so ourselves, it is pretty damned unsettling. That's a very good thing!
Finally the trailer for Anchor Bay's After.Life has hit online -- your inevitable disappointment? It's not a red band that showcases a nude Ricci playing dead! Hey, gotta save something for the limited theatrical and DVD release, right?
Who needs a cool poster when you can have one showcasing floating heads in varying degrees of pensive fright? Yep, Anchor Bay's After.Life is the latest victim in the endless line of the artistic fad of the head fetish.
Earlier in the month Anchor Bay announced that they'd acquired the Agnieszka Wotowicz-Vosloo helmed thriller After.Life, and today they've announced that it will head out into theatres in a limited release on April 9th.
Following up on the news story of a couple of days ago regarding Anchor Bay acquiring the rights to Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo's After.Life, it appears that the good folks at AB are looking to give this unnerving little flick a bit of a theatrical run!
Remember that scene in The Serpent and the Rainbow when the main character was poisoned and appeared medically dead? That's a pretty horrifying notion. Imagine that being the whole film, and there you have Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo's After.Life.
And here I was getting ready to write this one off as DOA. It’s been a long time since any movement’s taken place on After.Life, the feature debut of Agnieszka Wotowicz-Vosloo (try saying that three times fast) about a woman caught between life and death. Today Variety announced that not only is it not dead, it’s more alive then ever thanks to some great casting!
Death is never a fun thing to have to think about in any real terms (we talk about it in unreal terms all day, however, and it’s great fun), but imagine what it must be like when you’re no longer alive but not fully dead either.