Just days after laying the official DVD and Blu-ray specs down for you guys, we now have the cover art for Adam Green's chilling entry into the survival horror sub-genre, Frozen.
With its August 3rd release date just around the corner, we got our claws into a brand new clip from Anchor Bay's forthcoming release of After.Life. Dig it!
That's right, folks. Steven R. Monroe's remake of the exploitation classic I Spit on Your Grave has had its premiere at the 2010 Fantasia Film Festival, and of course Dread Central was on the scene to get you the scoop on how everything played out.
A new asset has hit online today for Steven R. Monroe's remake of the exploitation classic I Spit on Your Grave, and we have a look at its finer points for you!
As reported earlier this week, Adam Green's survival horror flick Frozen (review here) is hitting the home video market via Anchor Bay on September 28th, and this morning we learned what special features we can expect on the DVD and Blu-ray discs. It's an avalanche!
Finally we can complete our high definition trilogy! That's right, kids, the film that started it all -- Sam Raimi's debut feature The Evil Dead -- is clawing its way onto Blu-ray, and we've got every bit of the details for you! Join us!
Finally some news has come as to when we'll be able to see Adam Green's survival horror flick Frozen (review here) on DVD and Blu-ray.
And finally rounded out all of the news surrounding the UK's biggest horror event the Film4 FrightFest, we've gotten ourselves at look at a new still from director Steven R. Monroe's remake of I Spit on Your Grave.
Finally after what seems like too long, Adam Green's popular slasher flick Hatchet is making the jump to Blu-ray high definition, and we've got the lowdown on everything that you need to know!
Christina Ricci. Naked. Now those are selling points, my friends, and you'll get them along with a whole lot of spooky when Anchor Bay releases its latest thriller After.Life onto Blu-ray and DVD this coming August 3rd. To get you geared up, we got our hands on the official home video trailer for you to dig on!
Exclusive: Director Steven R. Monroe Spills - I Spit On Your Grave to Receive Unrated Theatrical Release!
This writer caught up with director Steven R. Monroe last week, and while the bulk of that juicy interview is just around the corner, we’d be remiss in not immediately bringing you word on Anchor Bay’s release plans for the director’s 2010 CineTel/Anchor Bay Entertainment remake of the infamous 1978 exploitation classic I Spit On Your Grave – a remake which is at this moment slated for an unrated(!) theatrical release.
Wonder when you're going to be able to feast your eyes upon the very naked Christina Ricci in Anchor Bay's new thriller After.Life (review here)? You friggin' pervert! Though who can blame you?
If you were a fan of the WWE during the “Attitude Era,” there was one man that clearly embodied this new direction in sports entertainment: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. Austin, who worked steadily in the wrestling industry from 1991 up through last year, wasn’t satisfied after almost two decades in the business with just electrifying wrestling audiences. He was ready to take his shot in Hollywood.
Just a quick follow-up to last week's story - Anchor Bay has officially announced its acquisition of the monster in the sky flick Altitude so we figured we'd do our duty and bring you the word as it has come down.
Some news coming out of this weekend's Creation Weekend of Horrors concerning Steven R. Munroe's remake of I Spit on Your Grave. Fans in attendance were treated to a couple of pretty damned gruesome clips as well as a unique look at some of the film's crazy-ass gore effects. What went down? We've got the skinny for you.