Anchor Bay Films
Rob Zombie's latest film, The Lords of Salem (review here), has gone before the dreaded Motion Picture Association of America and has come away with a rating. Read on for the skinny on whether or not the MPAA will turn this into weak sauce.
In anticipation of Anchor Bay Films' release of Vamps on Blu-ray and DVD tomorrow, November 13th, we have a casket full of new clips to get you into the spirit of things. And Sigourney Weaver, if you're reading this, feel free to bite us any time!
Vamps is heading to home video on November 13th following its limited theatrical release, and Anchor Bay Films has provided us with three (3) copies of the DVD to give away to some lucky Dread Central readers. Read on for the details.
On November 13th, Anchor Bay Films releases Vamps on Blu-ray and DVD! Director Amy Heckerling (Clueless, Fast Times at Ridgemont High) reunites with Alicia Silverstone for a fang-tastic new comedy about two eternally young party girls navigating the dating world in the Big City.
The sharks in a supermarket flick Bait 3D (review) was met with a fine reception from most fans for a good reason - it was a lot of bloody fun! That being said sequel talk has begun chumming the waters.
Ready for your first good look at Rob Zombie's The Lords of Salem (review here)? Then get ready because finally a teaser trailer for the film was released today.
It would be unfair to judge Amy Heckerling's Vamps just yet as we haven't watched it, but after seeing the new one-sheet and this trailer, yeah, we can tell you that the whole affair looks to be very sex and the shitty.
On the final day of the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, US distribution rights to Rob Zombie's The Lords of Salem (review here) were acquired by Anchor Bay Films.
On September 18th Anchor Bay Films is set to unleash the "sharks gone amok" thriller Bait 3D on DVD, 3D Blu-ray and in a Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack, and we recently had the opportunity to chat with director Kimble Rendall.
Time for another exclusive bit of horror-laden goodness. On tap for you right now is a clip from the best damned shark related movie of the year, Bait 3D. Slap on your waders and get set to hook something monstrous.
Let us put this out there simple and plain for you cats... Bait 3D is a killer shark flick done the right way with chills, thrills, and lots of violence. Lots of sweet, sweet violence. Now you can sink your teeth into a copy on us!
We've chummed the waters and have come up with yet another two clips for the upcoming sharks in a supermarket(!) flick Bait 3D. Yep, we're excited! The world needs another great shark film, and this one looks as if it may just fit the bill!
It was several months ago when we first heard that Anchor Bay would be releasing Amy Heckerling's new horror comedy Vamps, but no details were announced. That's been fixed now as we have info on when and how you'll be able to see it.